Minister Seeks Expressions Of Interest For New Greyhound Racing Victoria Board
Written By Kevin Pitstock, Editor Australian Racing Greyhound Friday 13th July 2012
Dr Napthine said the decision last month to reconstitute the Board was prompted by a report by the Victorian Ombudsman which called for major improvements within the administration of Victoria.
â€śEarlier this week, I announced the make-up of a transitional board, led by the incumbent Chairman Mr Peter Caillard, to continue to oversee GRV and, importantly, progress implementation of the Ombudsmanâ€™s recommendations,â€ť Dr Napthine said.
â€śThis transitional board will be in place for three months while expressions of interest are sought for a permanent board.
â€śIndividuals with experience and interest in theindustry, along with those that have a business or marketing background, are invited to apply.
â€śIt is vital that a strong and experienced board is appointed to ensure the future success of the Victorianindustry.
â€śis an important part of Victoriaâ€™s economy, contributing more than $200 million in economic benefits and providing more than 1,600 jobs.
â€śWhile I recognise the significant growth in the industry over the recent years, Iâ€™m also determined GRV adheres to the highest standards of governance, integrity and probity,â€ť Dr Napthine said.
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