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Montague questions NSWMA contracts

Published: Friday February 24, 2012 | 11:42 am Comments 0
Opposition Senator Robert Montague - File.
Opposition Senator Robert Montague - File.

Erica Virtue, Senior Gleaner Writer

Opposition Senator Robert Montague has tabled routine questions to the Leader of Government Business in the Senate, seeking answers regarding the National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) an entity for which he once held responsibility.

Montague, wishes to get answers regarding the number of individuals who have been rotated or dismissed from the entity since January 2012, and the cost of redundancy or termination packages.

He is also seeking answers on the number of contracts that have been issued since January 2012, the number of roving teams, and the value of those contracts.

Montague, the former minister of agriculture, wants to find out how many contracts, issued since January were above $4M.

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