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Section 2 : Resources for 2006-07

  • 2.1 Appropriations and other resources1
  • 2.2 2006-07 Budget measures
  • 2.3 Other receipts available to be used
  • 2.4 Movement of administered funds between years
  • 2.5 Special Appropriations
  • 2.6 Special Accounts
  • 2.7 Administered capital and departmental equity injections and loans
  • 2.1 Appropriations and other resources1

    Total appropriation and other receipts to be received by the Department in 2006-07 is $4 637.3m, comprising $4 301.8m for administered appropriation, $215.3m for departmental appropriation, $10.6m for administered revenue from independent sources, $5.5m for departmental revenue from independent sources, $101.2m for administered capital and $2.9m for departmental capital. Details of these appropriations are provided at Table 2.1.

    The Department's administered and departmental appropriations and other revenue in 2006-07 has decreased by $1 887.5m from the estimated actual for 2005-06, primarily as a result of measures announced in, and preceding, the 2006-07 Budget, the movement of appropriations between years for administered programmes, and general changes in the funding profile of several administered programmes.

    The Department's appropriation for 2006-07 for each portfolio outcome, and the allocation between departmental and administered, is reflected in the following charts.

    Chart 2.1: Departmental appropriation by outcome, 2006-07

    Chart 2.1: Departmental appropriation by outcome, 2006-07

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    Chart 2.2: Administered appropriation by outcome, 2006-07

    Chart 2.2: Administered appropriation by outcome, 2006-07

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    Table 2.1: Appropriations and other resources 2006-07(a)

    Notes:

    1. This table corresponds with Budget Paper No.4 'Agency Resourcing'. It includes (where appropriate) departmental and administered receipts from other sources.
    2. Under the appropriation structure, Bill No.2 includes Specific Purpose Payments (SPPs), New Agency Outcomes (NAOs), administered capital and departmental capital via departmental injections and loans.
    3. Estimated expenses from individual Special Appropriations are shown at Section 2, Table 2.5.
    4. Receipts from other sources (that is, other than appropriation amounts) that are available to be used.
    5. Percentage figures indicate the percentage contribution of resources from government (departmental appropriations) to the total price of outputs, by outcome, and the percentage contribution of receipts from other sources (departmental) to the total price of outputs, by outcome.

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    2.2 2006-07 Budget measures

    Budget measures relating to the Department as explained in Budget Paper No.2 are summarised in Table 2.2.

    Table 2.2: DOTARS measures

    Notes:

    1. The figures for expense measures reflect the impact on the underlying cash balance and may differ from the actual resources to be received by the Department due to the treatment of accrual adjustments, such as depreciation.

    Further details of the measures listed are published in Budget Paper No.2.

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    2.3 Other receipts available to be used

    Table 2.3 provides details of receipts obtained by the Department for the provision of goods and services. These resources are approved for use by the Department and are included in Table 2.1.

    These estimates include receipts from cost recovery arrangements within the Department.

    Table 2.3: Other receipts available to be used2

    2.4 Movement of administered funds between years

    Table 2.4: Movement of administered funds between years

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    2.5 Special Appropriations

    Table 2.5: Estimates of expenses from special appropriations

    Notes:

    1. Total estimated expenses differ from the total resources shown at Table 2.1 as one reflects accrued expenses and the other cash appropriations.

    Estimated expenses for 2005-06 to 2009-10 for each programme are provided at Section 3, Table 3.2.1 for Outcome 1 and Table 3.2.2 for Outcome 2.

    The Department also has responsibility for a range of special appropriations which are current but have no funds appropriated or payments made. These special appropriations are:

    • Section 27 (4) of the Sydney Airport Demand Management Act 1997
    • Section 23 (2) of the Air Passenger Ticket Levy (Collection) Act 2001, and
    • Section 67 AH (4) of the Australian National Railways Commission Sale Act 1997.

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    2.6 Special Accounts

    Table 2.6: Estimates of special account flows and balances

    Notes:

    1. The opening balance for 2006-07 is the same as the closing balance for 2005-06.
    2. Receipts relate to funds provided from Special Appropriations.
    3. Receipts relate to independent sources only.

    Act glossary:

    FMA Act = Financial Management and Accountability Act, 1997
    IRT Act = Interstate Road Transport Act, 1985
    Telstra Act 1999 = Telstra (Further Dilution of Public Ownership) Act, 1999

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    2.7 Administered capital and departmental equity injections and loans

    Administered capital

    The total appropriation for administered capital to be received by the Department in 2006-07 is $104.9m3. The capital relates to:

    • Indian Ocean Territories capital works programme ($2.1m) - note that these funds were appropriated in previous years
    • Natural Disaster Relief Loans ($100.0m), and
    • Sydney West Airports - land acquisition and works ($2.8m) - note that these funds were appropriated in previous years.

    Departmental equity injections

    The total appropriation for departmental equity injections to be received by the Department in 2006 07 is $2.9m. The equity injections relate to funding for:

    • information technology associated with the following measures disclosed in the 2004 05 Budget:
      • Regional Partnerships programme ($1.4m)
      • OASIS aviation occurrence ($0.7m).
    • Leasehold improvements associated with the national security - strengthening air cargo security arrangements measure ($0.3m) disclosed in the 2006-07 Budget:
    • Information technology associated with the national security - strengthening air and maritime security arrangements measure ($0.5m) disclosed in the 2006-07 Budget:

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    1Data within the statements for the Department excludes decisions taken but not announced at the time the PBS were prepared.

    2The amounts in this table may differ from the amounts shown as revenue from other sources at Table 3.1.1 and 3.1.2, which reports accrued revenues, as opposed to Table 2.3, which reports cash receipts.

    3This amount differs from the $101.2m capital appropriation shown at Section 2, Table 2.1 due to the difference in timing between appropriation and drawdown.

    Budget 2006-07

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