Abused children face social experiment

30 Dec 2009 3:26 PMJann StuckeyChild Safety Portfolio

Plans to broaden the entry qualifications for child safety officers came under fire from the State Opposition and experts alike when the Child Safety Minister revealed her key to improving frontline staff retention.Labelling the Minister as completely out of touch and lacking understanding of the need for properly qualified staff, LNP Shadow Child Safety Minister Jann Stuckey said this latest...

Currumbin Not Receiving Desal Water …But Paying the Price!

24 Dec 2009 2:09 PMJann Stuckey

24 December 2009

Jann Stuckey, Member for Currumbin, has accused the State Government of ongoing secrecy and cover-ups over the Tugun Desalination Plant with the discovery that homes through the Currumbin electorate are not receiving any desalinated water. 

“A reply to a question requesting the percentage of desalinated water and dam water as well as any other additives for desalination...

Costs double as new Health payroll falters

22 Dec 2009 3:34 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

22 December 2009

MILLIONS of dollars overpaid to Queensland Health employees could have been avoided if a proposed HR system had been delivered on time.

Shadow Minister for Public Works and Information and Communication Technology Jann Stuckey said QH pay debacle was yet another example of the Bligh Labor government’s inability to deliver projects on-time and on-budget.

“This Labor...

Confusion reigns supreme in IT contract debacle

21 Dec 2009 4:02 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

21 December 2009The Bligh Labor government’s constant dithering over a proposed whole-of-government human resources ICT system is an ongoing disaster for potential tenderers.Shadow Minister for Public Works and Information and Communication Technology Jann Stuckey said the Bligh government’s confused tender process posed serious questions about the impact it was having on the delivery of important...

IT failures a sign of things to come

18 Dec 2009 4:11 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

18 December 2009

No pay for public servants, medical records unable to be accessed, property title transfers stalled and fines paid but not recorded.

These are just some of the things Queenslanders can expect under Robert Schwarten’s bungled whole-of-government IT reform, the Opposition said today.

LNP Public Works and Information and Communication Technology spokeswoman Jann Stuckey...

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