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ATI Bill passes second reading

This article was published on 13 November 2012

The ATI Bill passed its second reading in Parliament on 8 November, incorporating changes recommended by the Select Committee.

These include greater emphasis on collaboration, a requirement for the Minister to consult with the ATI Board when appointing an advisory panel, and exclusion from a limiting provision in the Crown Entities Act, so that the ATI can retain its surpluses.

The bill is on track to be read a third and final time before Parliament rises for the Christmas/New Year break.

Details are available on the Parliament website, including the Hansard record of the second reading.