Civil Aviation Safety Authority
Section 2: Revisions to agency outcomes and planned performance
The Australian Government requires agencies to measure their intended and actual performance in terms of outcomes. Government outcomes are the results, impacts or consequences of actions by the Government on the Australian community. Agencies are required to identify the programs which demonstrate their contribution to Government outcomes over the Budget and forward years.
CASAs current outcome and program structure remains unchanged from that published in the 2009-10 Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS).
|Outcome 1: Maximise aviation safety through a regulatory regime, detailed technical material on safety standards, comprehensive aviation industry oversight, risk analysis, industry consultation, education and training.|
Outcome 1 Strategy
The strategy for Outcome 1 is unchanged from that published in the 2009-10 PBS.
Outcome 1 budgeted expenses and resources
Table 2.1 provides an overview of the total expenses for Outcome 1, by program.
Contributions to Outcome 1
|Program 1.1: Civil Aviation Safety Authority|
The objective, key performance indicators and deliverables for Program 1.1 are unchanged from that published in the 2009-10 PBS.
|Program 1.1 Expenses
The increase in CASAs program expenses is primarily due to forecast changes in the aviation industry in the forward years.
|Annual departmental expenses|
|Ordinary Annual Services
(Appropriation Bills No. 1 and No. 3)
|43 952||50 125||42 772||42 743||42 760|
|Aviation Fuel Revenues (Special
Appropriation) Act 1988 - s4
|78 367||77 947||82 602||87 552||92 811|
|Expenses not requiring appropriation in
the Budget year
|23 873||25 319||23 709||24 525||24 990|
|Total program expenses||146 192||153 391||149 083||154 820||160 561|