Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

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

  Notes Estimated
actual
2013–14
$'000
Budget
estimate
2014–15
$'000
Forward
estimate
2015–16
$'000
Forward
estimate
2016–17
$'000
Forward
estimate
2017–18
$'000
EXPENSES    
Employee benefits 3 139,587 148,534 147,887 144,530 140,133
Suppliers 4 103,578 124,307 116,268 95,314 84,228
Grants 560 500 500 500 500
Depreciation and amortisation 5 10,930 11,454 11,526 11,096 8,378
Total expenses 254,655 284,795 276,181 251,440 233,239
LESS:    
OWN-SOURCE INCOME    
Own-source revenue    
Sale of goods and rendering of services   4,665 3,259 3,276 3,293 3,311
Other revenue 1,224 300 300 300 300
Total own-source revenue 6 5,889 3,559 3,576 3,593 3,611
Gains    
Other 6,700 5,595 5,979 6,507 621
Total gains 6,700 5,595 5,979 6,507 621
Total own-source income 12,589 9,154 9,555 10,100 4,232
Net cost of (contribution by) services 242,066 275,641 266,626 241,340 229,007
Revenue from Government 231,136 264,187 255,100 230,244 220,629
Surplus (Deficit) attributable to the Australian Government (10,930) (11,454) (11,526) (11,096) (8,378)
Total comprehensive income (loss) attributable to the Australian Government (10,930) (11,454) (11,526) (11,096) (8,378)
Note: Impact of Net Cash
Appropriation Arrangements
2013–14
$'000
2014–15
$'000
2015–16
$'000
2016–17
$'000
2017–18
$'000
Total comprehensive income (loss) less depreciation/amortisation expenses previously funded through revenue appropriations   - - - - -
plus depreciation/amortisation expenses previously funded through revenue appropriations1   10,930 11,454 11,526 11,096 8,378
Total comprehensive income (loss)—as per Statement of Comprehensive Income (10,930) (11,454) (11,526) (11,096) (8,378)

Prepared on Australian Accounting Standards basis.

Notes:

  1. From 2010–11, the Australian 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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