Legislative Assembly Committee on Community Services

The Committee on Community Services is a current standing committee of the Legislative Assembly, established 22 June 2011, re-established 28 May 2015.

The Committee has the following portfolio responsibilities: Aboriginal Affairs; Ageing; Disability Services; Early Childhood Education; Education; Family and Community Services; Health; Medical Research; Mental Health; Multiculturalism; Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault; Social Housing; and Women.

The Committee can scrutinise laws and look at the financial performance and annual reports of government departments.

Inquiries (click to show)

During the current parliament, no inquiries have been undertaken by the committee.

Records of earlier inquiries undertaken by the committee appear below:

ReferredInquiry Name
22/02/2012   Outsourcing Community Service Delivery (Completed)

Submissions invited (click to show)

The committee is not actively receiving submissions at present. Past submissions may be available under the relevant inquiry.

Reports and government responses (click to show)

The committee has not published any reports during the current parliament.

Records of earlier reports published by the committee appear below:

Report DateName of the report
19/11/2013   Outsourcing Community Service Delivery - Final Report
13/08/2013   Outsourcing Community Service Delivery - Interim Report

Members (click to show)

Chair: Mr Adam MARSHALL (Nat, LA Member).
Deputy Chair: Mr Glenn BROOKES (Lib, LA Member).
Members:The Hon. Linda BURNEY (ALP, LA Member)
 Mr Kevin CONOLLY (Lib, LA Member)
 Mr Alex GREENWICH (Ind, LA Member)
 Mr David HARRIS (ALP, LA Member)
 Mr Bruce NOTLEY-SMITH (Lib, LA Member)

Contact (click to show)

Main contactDora Oravecz(02) 9230 3054 communityservices@parliament.nsw.gov.au

Postal address (click to show)

Legislative Assembly Committee on Community Services
Parliament House
Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Terms of Reference establishing Committee (click to show)

Resolution passed in the Legislative Assembly on 28 May 2015, Votes and Proceedings No 9, item 2.

Legislative Assembly 28 May 2015 Votes and proceedings No 9 item 2.pdfLegislative Assembly 28 May 2015 Votes and proceedings No 9 item 2.pdf