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Executive Remuneration

During the reporting period ended 30 June 2019, the National Capital Authority had seven executives who meet the definition of key management personnel. Their names and the length of term as Key Management Personnel (KMP) are summarised below:

Table 19: NCA Key Management Personnel

Name

Position title

Term as KMP

Terence Weber

Authority Chair

Full year

Christine Faulks

Member

Full year

Glenn Keys

Member

Full year

Dennis Richardson

Member

Full year

Sally Barnes

Chief Executive

Full year

Andrew Smith

Chief Planner

Full year

Lachlan Wood

Chief Operating Officer

Full year

Table 20: NCA Key Management Personnel - Remuneration

Short-term benefits

Post - employment Benefits

Other long-term benefits

Termination benefits

Total Remunerat-tion

Name

Position title

Base salary

Bonuses

Other benefits and allowances

super-annuation contribution

Long service leave

Other long term benefits

Terrence Weber

Authority Chair

59,589

-

-

5,664

-

-

-

65,250

Christine Faulks

Member

23,844

-

-

2,265

-

-

-

26,108

Glenn Keys

Member

23,844

-

-

-

-

-

26,108

Dennis Richard-son

Member

23,844

-

-

3,621

-

-

-

27,465

Sally Barnes

Chief Executive

329,447

-

6,313

50,845

7,251

-

-

393,856

Andrew Smith

Chief Planner

201,669

-

26,249

36,977

5,184

-

-

270,079

Lachlan Wood

Chief Operating Officer

177,718

-

26,249

28,589

3,326

-

-

235,881

TOTAL

839,954

58,810

130,223

15,761

1,044,748

Policies and Practices

The total remuneration of the KMPs were determined as follows:

Chief Executive - the total remuneration is in accordance with the Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full-time Public Office) Determination 2018 which specifies an annual salary of $326,020 with an additional fixed loading of $55,380. No portion of the remuneration is ‘at risk’.

Chief Planner and Chief Operating Officer - their total remuneration was determined in accordance with Section 24(1) of the Public Service Act 1999 which provides that ‘An Agency Head may from time to time determine in writing the terms and conditions of emplyment applying to an APS employee or APS employees in the Agency.

Chair of the Authority - the total remuneration is in accordance with the Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Part-time Public Office) Determination 2018 which specifies a fixed annual salary of $59,780. No portion of the remuneration is ‘at risk’.

Members of the Authority - the total remuneration for three members are in accordance with the Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Part-time Public Office)

Determination 2018 which specifies a fixed annual salary of $23,920. No portion of the remuneration is ‘at risk’.