National Capital Authority
Section 1: Agency Overview and Resources; Variations and Measures
The role of the National Capital Authority (NCA) remains unchanged from that specified in the 2006-07 PBS.
Total appropriation and other receipts to be received by the NCA in 2006-07 are $32.1m, comprising $10.1m for administered appropriations, $17.4m for departmental appropriations, $1.6m for departmental receipts from independent sources and $3.0m for administered capital. Details of these appropriations are provided at Tables 1.2 to 1.4.
The NCA's administered and departmental appropriations and other receipts in 2006-07 have increased by $1.5m since Budget due to measures announced since the 2006-07 Budget. Details of these measures are provided at Table 1.1.
Table 1.2: Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2006-07
The NCA is not seeking additional appropriation from Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2006-07.
Table 1.3: Appropriation Bill (No. 4) 2006-07
Table 1.4: Variations to Appropriations
Table 1.5 provides details of other receipts available to be used and include FMA Act s.31 receipts and resources received free of charge. These estimates are exclusive of GST.
These estimates include receipts from cost recovery arrangements.
Table 1.5: Other receipts available to be used1
Table 1.6: Estimates of expenses from special appropriations
The NCA does not receive special appropriations.
Table 1.7: Estimates of special account flows
The total appropriation for administered capital to be received by the NCA in 2006-07 is $3.0m. The capital relates to works for visitors to the central areas of the National Capital, including the Parliamentary Zone ($1.5m) and to upgrade the York Park oak plantation in Barton, ACT, to an urban park standard ($1.5m).
Departmental equity injections
The NCA did not receive departmental equity injections in 2006-07.