The Supplementary Estimates outline the additional expenses and capital expenditure required for the financial year about to end. The Supporting Information is organised on the same basis as the Information Supporting the Estimates and provides reasons for the changes to appropriations during the year and certain additional performance information for new appropriations.
The Public Finance Act 1989 requires that the Supplementary Estimates be laid before the House of Representatives on the introduction of any Appropriation Bill proposing changes to appropriations for a financial year. These Supplementary Estimates accompany the Appropriation (2012/13 Supplementary Estimates) Bill, which is the second Appropriation Bill relating to the 2012/13 financial year.
The Supplementary Estimates provide Members of Parliament with details about changes to:
- appropriations for each Vote;
- purpose of appropriations;
- Crown revenue and receipts for each Vote.
Votes that do not require any changes to their Estimates of Appropriations have not been included in this document. However, their appropriation details are provided in the summary tables.
Chapters of the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information 2012/13 are available in Adobe PDF. An HTML version will be published here in due course.Using PDF Files
- Purpose of the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information
- Purpose and Nature of Appropriations
- Types of Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts
- Types of Movements in Departmental Net Asset Balances
- Guide to Reading the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information
- Terms and Definitions
- Useful Links
- Summary of Trends
- Appropriations for Output Expenses
- Appropriations for Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses
- Appropriations for Borrowing Expenses
- Appropriations for Other Expenses
- Appropriations for Capital Expenditure
- Appropriations for Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
- Total Appropriations for Each Vote
- Current Year Revenue-Dependent Appropriations
- Multi-Year Appropriations by Vote, Appropriation Type and Period
- Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts
- Balances of Net Assets of Departments
Purpose of the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information
The Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information (the Supplementary Estimates) provides members of Parliament with details of the terms of changes to existing appropriations and of new appropriations proposed since the Estimates for 2012/13 were finalised. The Supplementary Estimates also shows proposed changes to departmental net asset balances.
While many of the appropriation and net asset balance changes will have already been given effect through the advance authority of Imprest Supply, they must still be specified in an Appropriation Act for the current financial year.
The Supplementary Estimates is presented to the House of Representatives at the same time as the Government introduces a second or subsequent Appropriation Bill for the current financial year.
Purpose and Nature of Appropriations
An appropriation is a statutory authority from Parliament allowing the Crown or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses or capital expenditure.
Neither the Crown nor an Office of Parliament can legally incur any expense or capital expenditure - as those terms are defined in the Public Finance Act 1989 (PFA) - unless it is expressly authorised by or under an Act of Parliament.
Limits Created by Appropriations
Each appropriation is allocated to, and managed as, one of six types of appropriation.
Each appropriation also has a defined scope that limits the uses or activities for which the expenses or capital expenditure can be incurred. The scope should be sufficient on its own to establish the nature and extent of the authority to incur expenses or capital expenditure. The wording of the appropriation scope should achieve the balance between being sufficiently precise to act as an effective constraint against non-authorised activities and not so specific that it inadvertently limits activity intended to be authorised.
In most cases an appropriation also limits the amount of expenses or capital expenditure that can be incurred, and the time period within which those expenses or capital expenditure can be incurred.
Aside from the very limited exclusions provided for in the PFA, the amount of expense or capital expenditure authorised by an appropriation is measured in accordance with generally accepted accounting practice.
Responsibility for Appropriations
Each appropriation is the responsibility of a designated Minister, who controls the right to use that appropriation within the limits authorised by Parliament. A department is also assigned to administer that appropriation in accordance with the Minister's wishes concerning its use.
A Vote is a group of appropriations (and can be a single appropriation) administered by a single department. Different appropriations within a Vote may be the responsibility of different Ministers.
Types of Appropriation
The PFA provides for six types of appropriation. Four appropriation types authorise the incurring of expenses; one type authorises the incurring of capital expenditure; the remaining type authorises both.
These appropriation types can be further differentiated by whether the expenses or capital expenditure are departmental or non-departmental transactions.
|Appropriation Type||Transaction Status||Description|
|Output Expenses||Departmental||Authorises expenses to be incurred by a department or an Office of Parliament in supplying a specified category of outputs (goods and services).|
|Non-Departmental||Authorises expenses to be incurred by the Crown (excluding departments) in purchasing a specified category of outputs (goods and services) from Crown entities or other third parties.|
|Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses||Non-Departmental||
Authorises expenses to be incurred by the Crown (excluding departments) in transferring resources (generally to individuals for their personal benefit) for which the Crown receives nothing directly in return.
Examples include the Unemployment Benefit, student allowances and various scholarships and awards.
Authorises the incurring of interest or other financing expenses for loans made to a department or an Office of Parliament, or public securities (undertakings that represent part of the public debt) issued by a department or an Office of Parliament.
In practice, limitations on the rights of departments to borrow or issue securities mean that these are likely to be incurred only by Offices of Parliament.
Authorises the incurring of interest or other financing expenses for loans made to the Crown (excluding departments), or public securities (undertakings that represent part of the public debt) issued by the Crown.
Crown debt management is centralised, which means that most debt-servicing expenses appear in Vote Finance.
Authorises expenses to be incurred by a department or an Office of Parliament that are not either output expenses or borrowing expenses.
Other expenses should be used only for events that cannot be related back to output production, such as redundancy costs arising from a government decision to cease purchasing certain types of outputs, or a loss on sale of assets made surplus by departmental restructuring.
Authorises expenses to be incurred by the Crown (excluding departments) that are not structured or managed as output expenses, benefits and other unrequited expenses, or borrowing expenses.
Other expenses is the residual appropriation type, which should not be used where an appropriation could be better classified or managed as one of the other appropriation types (eg, as output expenses).
Examples include disposal of an asset for less than market value, grants to community organisations, subscriptions for membership of international bodies and remuneration of independent statutory officers.
|Capital expenditure||Departmental||Authorises capital expenditure to be incurred by a department or an Office of Parliament to acquire or develop assets for the use of the department.|
|Non-Departmental||Authorises capital expenditure to be incurred by the Crown (excluding departments) to acquire or develop Crown assets, including the purchase of equity, or making a loan to a person or organisation that is not a department.|
|Expenses or Capital Expenditure Incurred by an Intelligence and Security Department||Departmental||Authorises both expenses and capital expenditure to be incurred by the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service or the Government Communications Security Bureau.|
Types of Output Expense Appropriations
A number of variations are possible for output expense appropriations. In particular, the constraint on the amount of expense that can be incurred is not always a fixed sum; and an output expense appropriation can cover more than one class of outputs.
|Output Expense Appropriation Type and Authority||Description, Constraints on Form and Typical Application|
Standard Output Expense Appropriation
(section 7(1)(a), Public Finance Act 1989)
Departmental or non-departmental: Authorises a department or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses in supplying a specified class of outputs (goods and services), or the Crown (excluding departments) to incur expenses to purchase a specified class of outputs.
Annual or multi-year: The authority lapses at the end of the financial year or multi-year period specified.
Single output class only: The scope is limited to a single class of outputs (defined as a grouping of similar outputs).
Amount limited by Appropriation Act: The amount of a standard output expense appropriation is limited to a set amount of New Zealand dollars specified in an Appropriation Act.
Typical application: The normal or default form for an output expense appropriation, used for a wide range of outputs for which the flexibility offered by the other types of output expense appropriation is not required.
Multi-Class Output Expense Appropriation (MCOA)
(section 7(3)(b), Public Finance Act 1989)
Departmental or non-departmental: Authorises a department or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses in supplying more than one specified class of outputs (goods and services), or the Crown (excluding departments) to incur expenses to purchase more than one specified class of outputs.
A proposed MCOA must be approved by the Minister of Finance before it is presented in the Estimates. The information supporting the Estimates must explain why the Minister has allowed those classes of outputs to be grouped in one appropriation.
Annual or multi-year: The authority lapses at the end of the financial year or multi-year period specified.
Multiple output classes: The scope of an MCOA is determined by the combined scope of each of the output classes included in that appropriation.
Amount limited by Appropriation Act: The amount of an MCOA is limited to a set amount of New Zealand dollars specified in an Appropriation Act. The amount of expense that can be incurred in relation to each component output class is flexible within the total amount of the MCOA, although expenses must be separately forecast and reported for each individual class in the Estimates, Information Supporting the Estimates and the department's annual report.
Typical application: An MCOA is used where it is appropriate to give the responsible Minister or department ongoing discretion over the output mix across two or more classes of outputs. Such discretion will most commonly be sought where the output classes contribute to a common outcome, or use a common or closely related set of inputs or processes, and the circumstances that determine the appropriate output choice or mix are likely to vary during the appropriation period.
Revenue-Dependent Appropriations (RDA)
(section 21(1), Public Finance Act 1989)
Departmental only: Authorises a department or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses in supplying a specified class of outputs (goods and services) that are not paid for directly by the Crown.
A proposed RDA must be approved by the Minister of Finance, before it is presented in the Estimates. Each class of outputs for which an RDA is approved is listed in an Appropriation Act for the relevant financial year.
Annual only: The authority lapses at the end of the financial year specified.
Single output class only: The scope of an RDA is limited to a single class of outputs (defined as a grouping of similar outputs).
Amount limited by amount of revenue earned: The amount of an RDA is limited tothe amount of revenue earned by a department or an Office of Parliament from other departments or from parties other than the Crown during a financial year. The Minister of Finance can further direct a department to incur expenses to a level lower than the amount of revenue earned, though such directions are rare.
Typical application: An RDA provides flexibility to respond to unanticipated changes in the level of external demand for a class of outputs, where the full cost of the outputs is met by external parties and not the Crown.
Department-to-Department Appropriations (DDA)
(section 20(2), Public Finance Act 1989)
Departmental only: Authorises a department or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses in supplying specified outputs (goods and services) paid for by another department.
Creation of a DDA requires an agreement between two departments. Implicitly, it also requires the approval of the Minister who will become responsible for the appropriation - namely, the Minister responsible for the supplying department - as the agreement has implications for the scope and risk of that department's operations.
Annual or multi-year: The period of a DDA will depend on the negotiated terms of the agreement.
Single or multiple output class(es): The scope of a DDA (and hence whether it covers one or more classes of outputs) will depend on the way in which it is to be delivered. In most cases, an agreement that provides for a range of different outputs is better treated as creating several single-class DDAs.
Amount limited by departmental agreement: The amount of a DDA is limited to either the amount of revenue earned from the commissioning department, or the cost incurred by the supplying department in providing those outputs (if that cost is less than the amount of revenue earned under the agreement).
Typical application: DDAs are intended to reduce barriers to make collaboration between departments easier by reducing the time and effort otherwise required to obtain or adjust the relevant appropriations, while also allowing a commissioning department to retain full control over the resources it provides.
The use of a DDA is not confined to bilateral agreements. A set of related DDAs could be used to enable one department to co-ordinate and manage the work of several departments that must work together contribute to providing an integrated service to third parties, or to pool contributions from several departments to enable another department to provide a specific service to or on behalf of those departments.
The length of the appropriation period affects how appropriations are presented in the Estimates and Supplementary Estimates. Three different kinds of appropriation can be distinguished on the basis of period - annual and multi-year (as referred to in the above table on the types of output expense appropriations), and permanent:
- Annual Appropriations - Most appropriations listed in the Estimates and Supplementary Estimates allow expenses or capital expenditure to be incurred only during a particular financial year. The annual amounts, for which parliamentary authority is normally sought, are shown in bold type in Details of Annual and Permanent Appropriations in the Estimates and Supplementary Estimates for each Vote. The amounts for RDAs and annual DDAs are forecasts only, and so are not shown in bold type.
- Multi-Year Appropriations (MYAs) - The PFA also permits appropriations that allow expenses or capital expenditure to be incurred during a specified period that spans the whole or parts of more than one financial year, but no more than five financial years. The details of each MYA, including its commencement date and expiry date, are specified in Details of Multi-Year Appropriations in the Estimates and Supplementary Estimates for relevant Votes.
- Permanent Appropriations (sometimes referred to as permanent legislative authorities or PLAs) -Permanent appropriations are authorised by legislation other than an Appropriation Act and continue in effect until revoked by Parliament. Generally the authorising legislation will impose limits on the scope of the appropriation and not its amount. For those appropriations with limits set in cash terms, section 11(2) of the PFA requires that they be reported on an accrual basis. The usual legislative wording allows for expenses or capital expenditure to be incurred for the purpose specified in the legislation “without further appropriation than this section”. Details of permanent appropriations are included in Details of Annual and Permanent Appropriations in the Estimates and Supplementary Estimates for each Vote for completeness, though the amount specified is a forecast rather than a limit. The amounts of permanent appropriations are therefore not shown in bold type. The scope of a permanent appropriation will reference the relevant section of the authorising legislation.
Types of Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts
An operating and capital split applies to Crown revenue and receipts. The following table outlines the three revenue/receipt types:
|Crown Revenue Type||Transaction Type||Description|
|Tax Revenue||Non-Departmental||Tax payable to the Crown, such as Income Tax, GST and Fringe Benefit Tax|
|Non-Tax Revenue||Non-Departmental||Revenue earned by the Crown from its investing and other operating activities. Examples include interest income, capital charges and dividends from State-owned enterprises.|
Capital received by the Crown:
Types of Movements in Departmental Net Asset Balances
Information on types of movements in each department's net asset balance appears at the end of the Vote containing appropriations that belong to a department's Responsible Minister. The movements reconcile a department's estimated opening and projected closing net asset balances. The projected closing net asset balance sets an upper bound on the amount of the Crown's accumulated net investment in a department throughout the financial year.
|Capital Injections||Investment by the Crown in a department, which increases the department's closing net asset balance.|
|Capital Withdrawals||Returns of capital by a department to the Crown, which reduce the department's closing net asset balance.|
|Surplus to be Retained / (Deficit Incurred)||The net surplus forecast to be retained by a department from its operations for a financial year in accordance with section 22(1) of the PFA, or the forecast deficit for the department. A surplus or deficit will, respectively, increase or decrease the department's closing net asset balance.|
|Other Movements||Any other adjustment required to ensure that the amount of a department's authorised net asset balance is not a forecast but an upper bound within which the department must operate throughout the financial year. Such movements may include offsets to forecast deficits (if any), to ensure that net assets remain within approved limits should the deficit be less than forecast. Other movements may include offsets to forecast withdrawals, to ensure that net assets remain within approved limits until the capital is withdrawn.|
Guide to Reading the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information
The Supplementary Estimates of Appropriation and Supporting Information contain this Introduction, a series of Summary Tables and, for each Vote, details of appropriations, schedules of departmental net asset balances, and supporting information.
Votes that do not require any changes to the Estimates for the current financial year are not included in this document. However, their appropriation details are included in the Summary Tables.
The Summary Tables provide a high-level perspective and comparative “ready reference” for all appropriations (annual, permanent and multi-year). They cover:
- aggregates for all Votes - showing totals for the Estimates and Supplementary Estimates for 2012/13 with respect to each type of appropriation and of Crown revenue and capital receipts
- each appropriation type and total appropriations for each Vote - showing totals of the Estimates and Supplementary Estimates for 2012/13
- current-year revenue-dependent appropriations
- multi-year appropriations by Vote, appropriation type and period
- Crown revenue and Crown capital receipts for 2012/13 associated with each Vote, and
- net assets of each department - showing the closing balance for 2012/13.
For inclusion in the Summary Tables, MYAs are converted into actual or forecast amounts for each financial year.
Layout of Each Vote
The Supplementary Estimates presents Votes in alphabetic order. The title page for each Vote for which there are changes specifies the Minister(s) responsible for existing and proposed appropriations in the Vote, the administering department for the Vote, and the Responsible Minister for that department. This is followed by:
- Details of Appropriations - Tables containing information on each appropriation referred to in the Appropriation (2012/13 Estimates) Act 2012 and Appropriation (2012/13 Supplementary Estimates) Bill, and on other current appropriations:
- Details of Annual and Permanent Appropriations - The type, title, scope and amount of each annual and permanent appropriation. The annual amounts, for which parliamentary authorisation is sought in the Appropriation (2012/13 Supplementary Estimates) Bill, are shown in bold type.
- Details of Multi-Year Appropriations (MYAs) - The type, title, scope and amount of each MYA, including any adjustments since originally appropriated, amounts incurred or estimated for particular years, and the estimated remaining balance.
- Details of Projected Movements in Departmental Net Assets - Information on the opening and closing balances of, and movements in, the net assets of each department is included in the Vote that contains appropriations belonging to a department's Responsible Minister.
The Supporting Information for each Vote follows immediately after the Supplementary Estimates for that Vote.
Information supporting changes in existing appropriations and new appropriations in each Vote is organised as follows:
- Part 1 - Summary of the Vote - A Summary of the Financial Activity and a reconciliation of any changes in the Structure or classification of appropriations.
- Part 2 - Details and Expected Performance for Output Expenses
- Part 3 - Details for Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses
- Part 4 - Details for Borrowing Expenses
- Part 5 - Details and Expected Results for Other Expenses
- Part 6 - Details and Expected Results for Capital Expenditure
Parts 2 to 6 contain sub-parts for performance information for appropriations related to departmental and non-departmental transactions. This information includes:
- For existing appropriations that are increased or decreased - the reasons for that change
- For new appropriations -
- intended impacts, outcomes and objectives
- details of expenses and revenue for departmental output expenses appropriations, and of expenses or expenditure for other appropriations
- reasons for changes, and
- output performance measures and standards for output expense appropriations.
If particular information is not applicable to a Vote or a specific appropriation or type, or is otherwise unavailable, the relevant heading is not included.
Terms and Definitions
The table below contains terms that are used in the Supplementary Estimates and the Information Supporting the Supplementary Estimates.
|Appropriation||An appropriation is a parliamentary authorisation for the Crown or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses or capital expenditure.|
|Appropriation scope||One of the defining terms of an appropriation that establishes limits on the activities for which the Crown or an Office of Parliament is authorised to incur expenses or capital expenditure under that appropriation.|
|Capital expenditure||The cost of assets acquired or developed including any ownership interest in entities, but excluding inventory.|
|Crown revenue and capital receipts||Flows accounted for as revenue and capital receipts on behalf of the Crown rather than as departmental revenue.|
|DDA||Department-to-department appropriation - as authorised by section 20(2) of the PFA.|
|Department||Generally references to Departments also include an Office of Parliament as provided in section 26E(4) of the PFA.|
For an amount, the estimated actual incorporates the actual amount that has been spent and an estimate of the amount to be spent for the rest of the year.
For anything else, the estimated actual incorporates actual performance that has been achieved and an estimate of performance for the rest of the year.
|Expenses||Amounts consumed or losses of service potential or future economic benefits, other than those relating to capital withdrawals, in a financial year. Expenses are an accrual concept measured in accordance with generally accepted accounting practice.|
|GST||Goods and services tax. Appropriations are stated GST- exclusive.|
|MCOA||Multi-class output expense appropriation.|
|Outcomes||States or conditions of society, the economy or the environment, including changes in those states or conditions.|
|Outputs||Goods or services supplied by departments and other entities to external parties. Outputs are a variety of types, including policy advice, administration of contracts and grants, and the provision of specific services.|
|PFA||Public Finance Act 1989.|
|PLA||Permanent legislative authority - a traditional term for a permanent appropriation, ie, one that is authorised for an indefinite period by legislation other than an Appropriation Act.|
|Minister||The Minister responsible for specific appropriations being sought within a Vote. As several Ministers may now hold appropriations within a single Vote, each appropriation will have a tag (M1, M2, etc) identifying the Minister responsible for that line item.|
|RDA||Revenue-dependent appropriation - as authorised by section 21(1) of the PFA 1989.|
|Responsible Minister||The Minister responsible for the financial performance of a department or Crown entity. In relation to an Office of Parliament, the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, and the Parliamentary Service, the Speaker is the Responsible Minister.|
|Revenue from the Crown||Revenue earned by a department from the Crown for the provision of outputs to or on behalf of the Crown. These flows are accounted for as departmental revenue. Revenue from the Crown is eliminated for purposes of reporting the Crown's overall financial performance and position.|
|Revenue from Others||Revenue earned by a department from other departments and from third parties. Revenue from other departments is eliminated for purposes of reporting the Crown's overall financial performance and position.|
|Vote||A grouping of one or more appropriations that are the responsibility of one or more Ministers of the Crown and are administered by the one department.|
The suite of Budget 2013 documents can be accessed in the Budgets section of the website: http://www.treasury.govt.nz/budget/2013. Documents that provide a guide to the PFA and the public sector financial management system can be accessed in the Publications section of the Treasury's website: www.treasury.govt.nz/publications/guidance/publicfinance.
Summary of Trends
|Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses||22,364,313||N/A||(168,859)||(168,859)||22,195,454|
|Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure||100,455||1,799||N/A||1,799||102,254|
Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts
|Total Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts||74,282,424||N/A||634,205||634,205||74,916,629|
Appropriations for Output Expenses
|Total transactions||Cumulative vote|
|Arts, Culture and Heritage||249,133||2,260||503||2,763||251,896|
|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery||77,578||20,456||71,694||92,150||169,728|
|Education Review Office||28,012||-||-||-||28,012|
|Foreign Affairs and Trade||373,675||(28,470)||-||(28,470)||345,205|
|Office of the Clerk||18,516||477||-||477||18,993|
|Official Development Assistance||55,055||897||-||897||55,952|
|Pacific Island Affairs||8,740||385||253||638||9,378|
|Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment||2,340||-||-||-||2,340|
|Prime Minister and Cabinet||18,682||2,095||-||2,095||20,777|
|Science and Innovation||785,058||(2,194)||(8,320)||(10,514)||774,544|
|Sport and Recreation||79,900||-||-||-||79,900|
|Veterans' Affairs - Defence Force||10,502||375||150||525||11,027|
|Veterans' Affairs - Social Development||443||-||-||-||443|
|Total Output Expenses||35,646,249||25,566||45,069||70,635||35,716,884|
Appropriations for Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses
|Total transactions||Cumulative vote|
|Pacific Island Affairs||108||N/A||-||-||108|
|Veterans' Affairs - Defence Force||145,241||N/A||829||829||146,070|
|Veterans' Affairs - Social Development||171,709||N/A||610||610||172,319|
|Total Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses||22,364,313||-||(168,859)||(168,859)||22,195,454|
Appropriations for Borrowing Expenses
|Total transactions||Cumulative vote|
|Total Borrowing Expenses||3,698,543||-||(75,234)||(75,234)||3,623,309|
Appropriations for Other Expenses
|Total transactions||Cumulative vote|
|Arts, Culture and Heritage||41,749||-||14,208||14,208||55,957|
|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery||12,000||-||1,394,369||1,394,369||1,406,369|
|Foreign Affairs and Trade||57,151||-||(1,547)||(1,547)||55,604|
|Official Development Assistance||499,113||-||2,554||2,554||501,667|
|Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment||276||10||-||10||286|
|Prime Minister and Cabinet||3,766||-||(368)||(368)||3,398|
|Science and Innovation||34,628||-||(8,857)||(8,857)||25,771|
|Sport and Recreation||4,294||-||-||-||4,294|
|Veterans' Affairs - Defence Force||1,550||-||(150)||(150)||1,400|
|Total Other Expenses||12,914,845||424||1,381,889||1,382,313||14,297,158|
Appropriations for Capital Expenditure
|Total transactions||Cumulative vote|
|Arts, Culture and Heritage||3,430||-||3,538||3,538||6,968|
|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery||1,075||1,925||715,000||716,925||718,000|
|Education Review Office||1,000||774||-||774||1,774|
|Foreign Affairs and Trade||71,114||(39,675)||-||(39,675)||31,439|
|Office of the Clerk||955||-||-||-||955|
|Pacific Island Affairs||100||-||-||-||100|
|Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment||72||-||-||-||72|
|Prime Minister and Cabinet||3,350||-||402||402||3,752|
|Science and Innovation||13,668||(1,768)||(11,900)||(13,668)||-|
|Total Capital Expenditure||6,940,355||(370,510)||1,692,388||1,321,878||8,262,233|
Appropriations for Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
|Total transactions||Cumulative vote|
|Communications Security and Intelligence||63,626||4,299||N/A||4,299||67,925|
|Total Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure||100,455||1,799||-||1,799||102,254|
Total Appropriations for Each Vote
|Total transactions||Cumulative vote|
|Arts, Culture and Heritage||294,312||2,260||18,249||20,509||314,821|
|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery||90,653||22,381||2,181,063||2,203,444||2,294,097|
|Communications Security and Intelligence||63,626||4,299||-||4,299||67,925|
|Education Review Office||29,012||774||-||774||29,786|
|Foreign Affairs and Trade||501,940||(68,145)||(1,547)||(69,692)||432,248|
|Office of the Clerk||19,471||477||-||477||19,948|
|Official Development Assistance||554,168||897||2,554||3,451||557,619|
|Pacific Island Affairs||8,948||385||253||638||9,586|
|Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment||2,688||10||-||10||2,698|
|Prime Minister and Cabinet||25,798||2,095||34||2,129||27,927|
|Science and Innovation||833,354||(3,962)||(29,077)||(33,039)||800,315|
|Sport and Recreation||84,194||-||-||-||84,194|
|Veterans' Affairs - Defence Force||157,293||375||829||1,204||158,497|
|Veterans' Affairs - Social Development||172,152||-||610||610||172,762|
Current Year Revenue-Dependent Appropriations
|Audit||Audit and Assurance Services|
|Energy||Energy and Resource Information Services|
|Finance||Provision of Financial Services to the New Zealand Local Government Funding Agency|
|Internal Affairs||Contestable Services|
|Primary Industries||Support Services and Infrastructure to Other Agencies|
Multi-Year Appropriations by Vote, Appropriation Type and Period
|Vote||Appropriation Type||Appropriation Title||Period|
|Arts, Culture and Heritage||Output expenses (departmental)||Cultural Diplomacy International Programme||01 Jul 2010||30 Jun 2015|
|Other expenses (non-departmental)||Going Digital Targeted Assistance Package||01 Jan 2012||30 Jun 2014|
|New Zealand Screen Production Incentive Fund||01 Jul 2008||30 Jun 2013|
|Communications||Capital expenditure (non-departmental)||Broadband Investment (Crown Fibre Holdings Capital Costs)||22 Aug 2011||30 Jun 2016|
|Consumer Affairs||Output expenses (departmental)||Upgrading and Promoting the Consumer Powerswitch Website||01 Nov 2010||30 Jun 2015|
|Economic Development||Other expenses (non-departmental)||Transformational Initiatives Fund||01 Mar 2009||30 Jun 2013|
|Energy||Output expenses (non-departmental)||Acquisition of Petroleum Exploration Data||01 Jul 2009||30 Jun 2014|
|Security Management||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2017|
|Other expenses (non-departmental)||Contestable Fund for Deployment of Marine Energy Devices||01 Jul 2011||30 Jun 2016|
|Promoting and Facilitating Customer Switching||01 Nov 2010||30 Apr 2014|
|Ratana Housing Repairs||06 Dec 2010||30 Jun 2013|
|Warm Up New Zealand||01 Jan 2010||30 Jun 2014|
|Environment||Output expenses (departmental)||Land Use and Carbon Analysis System||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2014|
|Output expenses (non-departmental)||Protecting Lake Taupo Programme||22 Sep 2010||30 Jun 2015|
|Rena Long-term Environment Recovery||07 Mar 2012||30 Jun 2015|
|Tui Mine Remediation||01 Jul 2011||30 Jun 2014|
|Finance||Output expenses (departmental)||Implementation of Mixed Ownership Model||15 Dec 2011||30 Jun 2015|
|Other expenses (non-departmental)||Direct Sale costs for Implementing the Mixed Ownership Model||15 Dec 2011||30 Jun 2015|
|Loyalty Bonus Scheme Related to Initial Public Offers||01 Mar 2013||30 Jun 2016|
|Housing||Output expenses (departmental)||Building Regulation and Control||01 Jul 2010||30 Jun 2013|
|Occupational Licensing||01 Jul 2010||30 Jun 2013|
|Residential Tenancy and Unit Title Services||01 Jul 2010||30 Jun 2013|
|Other expenses (non-departmental)||Social Housing Fund||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2015|
|Weathertight Services: Guarantee Fee Subsidy||01 Jul 2010||30 Jun 2015|
|Lands||Capital expenditure (non-departmental)||Land Tenure Reform Acquisitions||01 Jul 2011||30 Jun 2014|
|Office of the Clerk||Output expenses (departmental)||Inter-parliamentary Relations||01 Jul 2011||30 Jun 2014|
|Official Development Assistance||Other expenses (non-departmental)||International Agency Funding||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2015|
|International Development Assistance||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2015|
|Parliamentary Service||Capital expenditure (non-departmental)||Crown Asset Management||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2016|
|Primary Industries||Other expenses (non-departmental)||Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2016|
|Primary Growth Partnership||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2017|
|Water Storage and Irrigation Investment Proposals||01 Jul 2012||30 Jun 2016|
|Statistics||Output expenses (departmental)||2013 Census of Population and Dwellings||01 Oct 2011||30 Jun 2015|
|Transport||Other expenses (non-departmental)||Auckland Rail Development||01 Jul 2009||30 Jun 2014|
|Capital expenditure (non-departmental)||Joint Venture Airports - Crown Contribution||01 Jul 2011||30 Jun 2015|
|Treaty Negotiations||Other expenses (non-departmental)||Historical Treaty of Waitangi Settlements 2012 - 2016||30 Jun 2012||30 Jun 2016|
|Historical Treaty of Waitangi Settlements 2013 - 2017||30 Jun 2013||30 Jun 2017|
Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts
|Tax Revenue||Non-Tax Revenue||Capital Receipts|
|Arts, Culture and Heritage||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||5,000||5,000|
|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery||-||-||-||-||44,314||44,314||-||-||-|
|Total Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts||65,383,988||474,048||65,858,036||7,070,077||(267,036)||6,803,041||1,828,359||427,193||2,255,552|
Balances of Net Assets of Departments
Projected Closing Balance
|Building and Housing, Department of (see Vote: Housing)||3,309||-|
|Business, Innovation and Employment, Ministry of (see Vote: Economic Development)||-||137,395|
|Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (see Vote: Canterbury Earthquake Recovery)||150||2,150|
|Clerk of the House of Representatives, Office of the (see Vote: Office of the Clerk)||6,243||6,243|
|Conservation, Department of (see Vote: Conservation)||616,789||586,042|
|Controller and Auditor-General (see Vote: Audit)||6,221||6,221|
|Corrections, Department of (see Vote: Corrections)||2,366,172||2,310,586|
|Crown Law Office (see Vote: Attorney-General)||5,931||7,469|
|Culture and Heritage, Ministry for (see Vote: Arts, Culture and Heritage)||1,447||1,447|
|Customs Service, New Zealand (see Vote: Customs)||133,382||141,182|
|Defence Force, New Zealand (see Vote: Defence Force)||5,705,791||5,557,950|
|Defence, Ministry of (see Vote: Defence)||3,416||3,416|
|Economic Development, Ministry of (see Vote: Economic Development)||30,326||-|
|Education Review Office (see Vote: Education Review Office)||3,746||3,746|
|Education, Ministry of (see Vote: Education)||10,468,943||10,958,011|
|Environment, Ministry for the (see Vote: Environment)||5,992||5,992|
|Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ministry of (see Vote: Foreign Affairs and Trade)||561,863||562,299|
|Health, Ministry of (see Vote: Health)||43,793||34,080|
|Inland Revenue Department (see Vote: Revenue)||273,082||270,346|
|Internal Affairs, Department of (see Vote: Internal Affairs)||326,684||284,903|
|Justice, Ministry of (see Vote: Justice)||788,427||791,929|
|Labour, Department of (see Vote: Labour)||79,993||-|
|Land Information New Zealand (see Vote: Lands)||45,111||42,436|
|Ombudsmen, Office of the (see Vote: Ombudsmen)||329||329|
|Pacific Island Affairs, Ministry of (see Vote: Pacific Island Affairs)||1,023||1,023|
|Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment (see Vote: Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment)||614||614|
|Parliamentary Counsel Office (see Vote: Parliamentary Counsel)||15,091||15,091|
|Parliamentary Service (see Vote: Parliamentary Service)||25,760||25,760|
|Police, New Zealand (see Vote: Police)||880,138||815,449|
|Primary Industries, Ministry for (see Vote: Primary Industries)||66,177||63,487|
|Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of the (see Vote: Prime Minister and Cabinet)||3,000||3,000|
|Science and Innovation, Ministry of (see Vote: Science and Innovation)||5,750||-|
|Serious Fraud Office (see Vote: Serious Fraud)||452||452|
|Social Development, Ministry of (see Vote: Social Development)||292,771||292,771|
|State Services Commission (see Vote: State Services)||4,872||4,872|
|Statistics New Zealand (see Vote: Statistics)||51,309||52,384|
|Te Puni Kōkiri (see Vote: Māori Affairs)||4,621||4,621|
|The Treasury (see Vote: Finance)||8,957||8,957|
|Transport, Ministry of (see Vote: Transport)||2,708||2,708|
|Women's Affairs, Ministry of (see Vote: Women's Affairs)||336||336|
|Total Net Assets||22,840,719||23,005,697|