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Table 3.2.1: Comprehensive income statement (showing net cost of services) (for the period ended 30 June)

  Notes Estimated
actual
2012–13
$'000
Budget
estimate
2013–14
$'000
Forward
estimate
2014–15
$'000
Forward
estimate
2015–16
$'000
Forward
estimate
2016–17
$'000
EXPENSES    
Employee benefits 3 118,171 120,967 123,515 126,833 130,372
Suppliers 4 76,591 80,254 71,404 77,293 61,369
Grants 500 500 500 500 500
Depreciation and amortisation 5 11,525 10,728 10,300 9,923 7,863
Total expenses 206,787 212,449 205,719 214,549 200,104
LESS:    
OWN-SOURCE INCOME    
Own-source revenue    
Sale of goods and rendering of services   6,852 9,928 7,485 10,843 7,534
Rental income 2,610 3,247 3,305 3,364 3,426
Total own-source revenue 6 9,462 13,175 10,790 14,207 10,960
Gains    
Other 5,111 1,786 1,798 2,159 2,673
Total gains 5,111 1,786 1,798 2,159 2,673
Total own-source income 14,573 14,961 12,588 16,366 13,633
Net cost of (contribution by) services 192,214 197,488 193,131 198,183 186,471
Revenue from Government 180,689 186,760 182,831 188,260 178,608
Surplus (Deficit) attributable to the Australian Government (11,525) (10,728) (10,300) (9,923) (7,863)
Total comprehensive income (loss) attributable to the Australian Government (11,525) (10,728) (10,300) (9,923) (7,863)
Note: Impact of Net Cash Appropriation Arrangements 2012-13
$'000
2013-14
$'000
2014-15
$'000
2015-16
$'000
2016-17
$'000
Total comprehensive income (loss) less depreciation/amortisation expenses previously funded through revenue appropriations   - - - - -
plus depreciation/amortisation expenses previously funded through revenue appropriations1   11,525 10,728 10,300 9,923 7,863
Total comprehensive income (loss)—as per Statement of Comprehensive Income (11,525) (10,728) (10,300) (9,923) (7,863)

Prepared on Australian Accounting Standards basis.

Notes:

  1. From 2010–11, the Government introduced net cash appropriation arrangements where Bill 1 revenue appropriations for the depreciation/amortisation expenses of FMA Act agencies were replaced with a separate capital budget (the Departmental Capital Budget, or DCB) provided through Bill 1 equity appropriations.  For information regarding DCB’s, please refer to Table 3.2.5 Departmental Capital Budget Statement.

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