The state is moving to address loopholes found concerning the contracts entered into by students who benefit from the Government Assistance of Tuition Expenses Programme or GATE.
Acting Attorney General, Stuart Young, raised the matter during the weekly post cabinet media briefing held at the Office of the Prime Minister, St Clair this afternoon.
Minister Young added that challenges with the enforcement must be tackled to ensure that state gets value for money, avoid wastage and prevent corruption.
Mr. Young also responded to criticism from the Opposition concerning the latest adjustments announced this week on GATE.
Minister Young defended the government’s approach in treating with recommendations put forward by the Task Force that was set up to focus on GATE.