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Department of Infrastructure,Transport, Regional Development and Local Government

Table 1.4: Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2009-10

  2008-09
available(a)
$'000
2009-10
Budget
$'000
2009-10
revised
$'000
Aditional
estimates
$'000
Reduced
estimates
$'000
ADMINISTERED ITEMS  
Outcome 1  
Improved infrastructure across Australia
through investment in and coordination
of transport and other infrastructure
102 218 99 900 99 979 79 0
Outcome 2  
An efficient, sustainable, competitive,
safe and secure transport system for
all transport users through regulation,
financial assistance and safety
investigations
183 935 196 213 199 526 3 313 0
Outcome 3  
Coordinated community infrastructure
and services in rural, regional and local
government areas through financial
assistance
157 370 341 015 161 859 0 179 156
Total 443 523 637 128 461 364 3 392 179 156
DEPARTMENTAL PROGRAMS(b)  
Outcome 1  
Improved infrastructure across Australia
through investment in and coordination
of transport and other infrastructure
28 543 31 764 31 909 145 0
Outcome 2  
An efficient, sustainable, competitive,
safe and secure transport system for
all transport users through regulation,
financial assistance and safety
investigations
171 060 132 298 133 379 1 081 0
Outcome 3  
Coordinated community infrastructure
and services in rural, regional and local
government areas through financial
assistance
42 918 46 148 42 283 0 3 865
Total 242 521 210 210 207 571 1 226 3 865
Total administered and departmental 686 044 847 338 668 935 4 618 183 021

Notes:
(a) 2008-09 available appropriation is included to allow a comparison of this year's appropriation with what was made available for use in the previous year. Available appropriation is the amount available to be drawn down, and is equal to: Budget Appropriation + Additional Estimates Appropriation + AFM - Savings Movement of Funds - Other Reductions +/- Section 32 transfers.
(b) No appropriation is provided in Appropriation Bill (No. 3) for the Department where the total funding change across outcomes for departmental programs is negative.

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