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Civil Aviation Safety Authority

Table 1.1:  Agency resource statement - Budget estimates for 2009-10 as at Budget May 2009

  Estimate of
prior year
amounts
available in
2009-10
$'000
+ Proposed at
Budget


2009-10
$'000
= Total
estimate


2009-10
$'000
Actual
available
appropriation

2008-09
$'000
Opening Balance/Reserves at Bank(a)  52 222   0  52 222  49 021
REVENUE FROM GOVERNMENT  
Ordinary Annual Services(b)  
Outcome 1  46 364  46 364  45 881
Total ordinary annual services   46 364  46 364  45 881
Other services(c)  
Non-Operating   100   100   0
Total other services    100   100   0
Total Annual Appropriations  46 464  46 464  45 881
Special Appropriations  
Aviation Fuel Revenues (Special
Appropriation) Act 1988 - s4
 81 351  81 351  78 112
Total Special Appropriations  81 351  81 351  78 112
Payments from related entities  
Department of Infrastructure, Transport,
Regional Development and Local
Government
 1 700  1 700  2 296
Total  1 700  1 700  2 296
Funds from industry sources  
Regulatory service fees  15 000  15 000  13 276
Total  15 000  15 000  13 276
Funds from other sources  
Interest  1 757  1 757  3 059
Sale of goods and services(d)  5 802  5 802  4 278
Other   800   800  1 060
Total  8 359  8 359  8 397
Total net resourcing  152 874  205 096  196 983

All figures are GST exclusive.

CASA is not directly appropriated as it is a CAC Act body.  Appropriations are made to the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government which are then paid to CASA and are considered 'departmental' for all purposes.

Notes:

  1. Comprises investments held in term deposit, cash at bank and cash on hand.
  2. Appropriation Bill (No.1).
  3. Appropriation Bill (No.2).
  4. Includes revenue from cost recovery arrangements (Airservices Australia) and revenue from issuing ASICs/AVIDs cards.

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