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Part Three: Forecast Financial Statements




Part Three

Statement of Forecast Service Performance


Financial Summary


Revenue

The Department of Internal Affairs expects to receive $148.997 million in revenue made up of:
  • 51% Crown
  • 49% Third Parties
Expenditure

The Department expects to incur expenses of $155.911 million to deliver outputs under 18 Department Output classes across 6 votes


Investment

The Department expects to receive a capital contribution from the Crown of $11.556 million in the 2005/06 financial year:
  • $7.461 million is to fund the Department’s Information Technology infrastructure
  • $3.518 million is to fund a database to secure and protect New Zealanders’ identity information
  • $0.564 million is to fund the fitout to accommodate an increase of staff in the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management
  • $0.013 million is to fund equipment required for monitoring of the Ruapehu Lahar



Financial Forecast

2005/06
2004/05
2004/05
Forecast
Budget
Estimated Actual
(Main Estimates)
(Supplementary Estimates)
$000
$000
$000
Total Revenue
148,997
159,458
158,887
Less Total Expenses
155,911
164,359
163,487
Net Surplus/(Deficit)
(6,914)
(4,901)
(4,600)
Taxpayers’ Funds*
31,175
26,232
26,533

*(Crown’s Investment in the Department)


Percentage of Departmental Expense by Vote for 2005/06

Percentage of Departmental Expense by Vote for 2005/06: Internal Affairs: 53.8%, Community and Voluntary: 11.2%, Racing: 0.2%, Ministerial Services: 20.5%, Local Government: 7.4%, Emergency Management: 6.9%


Major Financial Changes

The main movements in revenue Crown between 2004/05 Supplementary Estimates and 2005/06 Main Estimates include:
  • a decrease in revenue Crown of $16.176 million for the transfer of Weathertight Homes Resolution Service to Department of Building and Housing from 1 July 2005,
  • an increase of $4.359 million for securing and protecting New Zealand identity information,
  • an increase of $2.578 million to enhance future departmental personnel capability,
  • an increase of $2.461 million to upgrade information and technology capabilities,
  • an increase of $2.455 million to enhance the capability for the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management,
  • an increase of $2.300 million for the National Civil Defence Emergency Management Public Education Programme,
  • a decrease in funding of $1.131 million relating to the Commission of Inquiry into Police Conduct,
  • an increase of $0.889 million to provide policy advice and support for the “Significant Community Based Projects fund”, and
  • an increase of $0.590 million to facilitate central/local government engagement in community outcome process.
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    STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT UNDERLYING ASSUMPTIONS

    These statements have been compiled on the basis of government policies and the Department of Internal Affairs’ output plan with the relevant Vote Ministers.

    These forecast financial statements comply with generally accepted accounting practice. The measurement base applied is historical cost adjusted for revaluations of assets. Revaluations are made to reflect the forecast service potential or economic benefit to be obtained through the control of assets.

    These statements have been prepared on an ongoing basis for the period 1 July 2005 to 30 June 2006. Accrual accounting has been used to prepare these financial statements.

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    STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

    Reporting Framework

    The forecast financial statements for the Department of Internal Affairs have been prepared in accordance with Section 38 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

    The reporting entity is the Department of Internal Affairs. The reporting entity consists of those activities represented by outputs supplied by the Department and related assets, liabilities and taxpayers’ funds.

    The forecast financial statements show the financial performance and financial position after eliminating all significant intra entity transactions between output classes.

    Actual results for 2005/06 are likely to vary from the information presented and the variations could be material. These variations would be mainly attributed to changes in the level of demand for services produced by the Department.

    Inventories

    Inventories or stock holdings are stated at the lower of cost or net realisable value. Costs are determined on a first in-first out basis.

    Accounts Receivable

    Accounts receivable are shown at expected net realisable value after making allowance for doubtful debts.

    Financial Instruments

    The Department is party to financial instrument arrangements as part of its daily operations. These include bank, accounts receivable, accounts payable and provisions, accrued expenses and foreign currency. Financial instruments are recognised in the Statement of Financial Position, except for foreign exchange contracts.

    All revenue and expenses in relation to financial instruments are recognised in the Statement of Financial Performance.

    Capital Expenditure

    The Departmental capital expenditure is incurred in accordance with section 24 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

    Property, Plant and Equipment

    Land and buildings are recorded at fair value, which has been determined by reference to the highest and best use of those assets, with buildings subsequently depreciated over their useful lives. Valuations are undertaken on a systematic basis with sufficient regularity to ensure that no individual item of property, plant or equipment within a class is included at a valuation that is materially different from its fair value at a minimum, every five years. Antiques and works of art are recorded at fair value and are not depreciated. All other fixed assets costing more than $3,000 are capitalised at cost and subsequently depreciated over their useful lives. Capital work in progress is recognised as costs are incurred. Depreciation is not recorded until the asset is fully acceptance tested and operational.

    Depreciation

    Depreciation is charged on all fixed assets except land, antiques and works of art and capital work in progress. Assets are depreciated on a straight-line basis over the estimated useful life after allowing for residual values where appropriate. Revalued assets are depreciated on their revalued amount on a straight-line basis over their estimated useful life.

    The estimated useful life of the buildings have been estimated to be 33 years, plant and equipment 5-20 years, furniture and fittings 5-10 years, office equipment 5-10 years, motor vehicles 2-6 years, and IT equipment and software 3-5 years. The estimated useful life of the Births, Deaths and Marriages Historical Records Database is 10 years.

    The cost of leasehold improvements is capitalised and amortised over the unexpired period of the lease, or the estimated remaining useful life of the improvements, whichever is the shorter.

    Capital work in progress is not depreciated. The total cost of the capital project is transferred to the appropriate asset on its completion and then depreciated.

    Leases

    The Department leases accommodation, motor vehicles, and office equipment.

    Operating Leases

    The accommodation and motor vehicle leases are operating leases where the lessor effectively retains substantial risks and benefits of ownership of the leased items. Operating lease costs are expensed in the period in which they are incurred.

    Finance leases

    Leases, which effectively transfer to the Department substantially the entire risks and benefits incident to ownership of the leased items, are classified as finance leases. These are capitalised at the lower of the fair value of the asset or the present value of the minimum lease payments. The leased assets and the corresponding lease liabilities are recognised in the statement of financial position. The leased assets and leased liabilities depreciate over the period the Department is expected to benefit from their use. Office equipment leases are identified as finance leases.

    Employee Entitlements

    Employee entitlements are recognised for annual leave at the time of entitlement based on current rates of pay. Retirement and long service leave are recognised on an actuarial basis according to entitlement based on service to date after making allowance for the average attrition rate.

    Cost Allocation

    The methods used in the allocation of costs are consistent between projected (budgeted) and actual figures. Costs of outputs are derived using the following cost allocation system:

    “Direct Costs” are those costs directly attributed to an output and are treated as follows:
    • personnel costs are allocated on the basis of estimated time engaged in the delivery of a particular output;
    • operating costs are allocated on the basis of usage;
    • depreciation and capital charge are allocated on the basis of estimated asset utilisation; and
    • accommodation costs are allocated on the basis of floor space occupied.
    “Indirect Costs” are those costs incurred by support units that are not directly attributable to an output.
    • Indirect costs are allocated to outputs on an activity costing basis reflecting a mix of perceived benefit, personnel numbers, floor space and estimated allocation of time.
    Taxation

    The Department is exempt from the payment of income tax in terms of the Income Tax Act 1994. Accordingly, no charge for income tax has been provided. The Department is subject to fringe benefit tax (FBT), and goods and services tax (GST). It administers pay as you earn tax (PAYE).

    Goods and Services Tax (GST)

    The Departmental financial statements are prepared GST exclusive. The amount of GST owing to or from Inland Revenue at balance date is included in accounts receivable or payable as appropriate.

    Foreign Currency Transactions

    Foreign exchange contracts are entered into for the primary purpose of reducing material exposure to fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates. The rates specified in foreign exchange contracts are used to convert the transaction into New Zealand currency at the date of settlement. No exchange gains or losses resulting from the difference between the foreign exchange contract rate and the spot exchange rate on dates of settlement are recognised. Unhedged transactions in foreign currencies are converted into New Zealand currency using the exchange rate on the date of the transaction.

    Monetary assets denominated in a foreign currency are translated to New Zealand dollars at the closing mid-point exchange rate.

    Unrealised foreign exchange gains and losses on overseas cash balances are recognised at balance date in the Statement of Financial Performance.

    Changes in Accounting Policies

    There is no change in accounting policy for the 2005/06 financial year. The accounting policies have been applied on a basis consistent with the previous year.

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    FORECAST FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

    Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2006.

    2005/06
    2004/05
    2004/05
    Forecast
    Budget
    Estimated
    (Main Estimates)
    (Supplementary Estimates)
    Actual
    $000
    $000
    $000
    Revenue
      Crown
    75,336
    77,861
    77,292
      Departments
    9,292
    9,332
    9,332
      Other
    64,369
    72,265
    72,263
    Total Revenue
    148,997
    159,458
    158,887
    Expenses
    Output Expenses
      Personnel
    69,317
    84,640
    84,261
      Operating
    76,686
    72,103
    71,610
      Depreciation
    7,504
    5,333
    5,333
      Capital charge
    2,404
    2,283
    2,283
    Total Output Expenses
    155,911
    164,359
    163,487
    Net Surplus/(Deficit)
    (6,914)
    (4,901)
    (4,600)


    FORECAST FINANCIAL POSITION

    Statement of Forecast Financial Position as at 30 June 2006.


    2005/06
    2004/05
    2004/05
    Forecast
    Budget
    Estimated
    (Main Estimates)
    (Supplementary Estimates)
    Actual
    $000
    $000
    $000
    Assets
      Current Assets
      Cash and bank balances
    9,287
    14,220
    14,521
      Prepayments
    6
    67
    67
      Inventory
    648
    611
    611
      Receivables and advances
    1,056
    1,222
    1,222
    Total Current Assets
    10,997
    16,120
    16,421
      Non-current Assets
      Leased Assets
    41
    243
    243
      Property, Plant and Equipment
    44,749
    33,980
    33,980
    Total Non-current Assets
    44,790
    34,223
    34,223
    Total Assets
    55,787
    50,343
    50,644
    Liabilities
    Current Liabilities
      Accounts payable
    3,907
    2,723
    2,723
      Provisions
    1,906
    1,704
    1,704
      Provision for payment of surplus
    0
    0
    0
      Accrued expenses
    9,492
    10,174
    10,174
      Finance Leases
    41
    202
    202
      Revenue received in advance
    8,485
    8,485
    8,485
    Total Current Liabilities
    23,831
    23,288
    23,288
      Term Liabilities
      Finance Leases
    41
    41
      Employee Entitlements
    781
    782
    782
    Total Term Liabilities
    781
    823
    823
    Total Liabilities
    24,612
    24,111
    24,111
    Taxpayers’ Funds
      General funds
    30,407
    25,464
    25,765
      Revaluation reserve
    768
    768
    768
    Total Taxpayers’ Funds
    31,175
    26,232
    26,533
    Total Liabilities and
    Taxpayers’ Funds
    55,787
    50,343
    50,644

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    FORECAST CASH FLOWS

    Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2006.



    2005/06

    2004/05

    2004/05


    Forecast

    Budget

    Estimated


    (Main Estimates)

    (Supplementary Estimates)

    Actual


    $000

    $000

    $000





    Cash Flows from Operating Activities




    Cash provided from:




    Supply of outputs to:




    Crown

    75,335

    77,861

    77,292

    Departments

    9,292

    9,332

    9,332

    Other

    64,535

    72,969

    72,967

    Cash disbursed to:




    Cost of producing outputs:




    Output expenses

    (145,478)

    (156,252)

    (155,380)

    Capital charge

    (2,404)

    (2,283)

    (2,283)





    Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities

    1,280

    1,627

    1,928





    Cash Flows from Investing Activities




    Cash provided from:




    Sale of property, plant and equipment

    1,052

    346

    346

    Cash disbursed to:




    Purchase of property, plant and equipment

    (19,122)

    (14,947)

    (14,947)





    Net Cash Flows from Investing Activities

    (18,070)

    (14,601)

    (14,601)





    Cash Flows from Financing Activities




    Cash provided from:




    Capital contribution from the Crown

    11,556

    2,591

    2,591

    Cash disbursed to:




    Payment of surplus to the Crown

    0

    (730)

    (730)

    Net Cash Flows from Financing Activities

    11,556

    1,861

    1,861





    Net Increase/(Decrease) in cash held

    (5,234)

    (11,113)

    (10,812)

    Total cash balances at 1 July

    14,521

    25,333

    25,333





    Closing Total Cash Balances at 30 June Projected

    9,287

    14,220

    14,521

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    RECONCILIATION OF FORECAST NET CASH FLOWS

    Reconciliation of Forecast Net Cash Flows from operating activities to net surplus in the Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2006.

    2005/06
    2004/05
    2004/05
    Forecast
    Budget
    Estimated
    (Main Estimates)
    (Supplementary Estimates)
    Actual
    $000
    $000
    $000
    Surplus/(Deficit) from Statement of Financial
    Performance
    (6,914)
    (4,901)
    (4,600)
      Add non-cash items
      Depreciation
    7,504
    5,333
    5,333
      Movements in working capital items
      (Increase)/Decrease in Receivables and Advances
    97
    814
    814
      Increase/(Decrease) in Accounts payable and Provisions
    1,184
    (3,290)
    (3,290)
      (Increase)/Decrease in Inventories
    (37)
    920
    920
      Increase/(Decrease) in Accrued Expenses
    (554)
    2,750
    2,750
      Items classified as investing activities
      Net (gain)/loss on sale of assets
    0
    1
    1
    Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities
    1,280
    1,627
    1,928


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    FORECAST MOVEMENT IN TAXPAYERS’ FUNDS

    Statement of Forecast Movements in Taxpayers’ Funds (Equity) for the year ending 30 June 2006.



    2005/06

    2004/05

    2004/05


    Forecast

    Budget

    Estimated


    (Main Estimates)

    (Supplementary
    Estimates)

    Actual


    $000

    $000

    $000









    Net Surplus/(Deficit) for the year

    (6,914)

    (4,901)

    (4,600)





    Total Recognised Revenue and Expenses

    (6,914)

    (4,901)

    (4,600)

    Capital Contribution

    11,556

    2,591

    2,591





    Movement in Taxpayers' Funds for the year

    4,642

    (2,310)

    (2,009)





    Taxpayers’ Funds as at 1 July

    26,533

    28,542

    28,542





    Taxpayers’ Funds as at 30 June

    31,175

    26,232

    26,533

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    FORECAST PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT

    Statement of Forecast Property, Plant and Equipment by category for the year ending 30 June 2006.

    Forecast 30 June 2006
    Estimated Actual 30 June 2005
    Cost or Valuation
    Accumulated Depreciation
    Carrying Amount
    Cost or Valuation
    Accumulated Depreciation
    Carrying Amount
    $000
    $000
    $000
    $000
    $000
    $000
    Land
    3,930
    0
    3,930
    3,930
    0
    3,930
    Buildings
    2,514
    189
    2,325
    2,514
    113
    2,401
    Building alterations
    5,313
    2,204
    3,109
    4,299
    1,234
    3,065
    Antiquities & works of art
    368
    0
    368
    368
    0
    368
    Furniture & fittings
    608
    424
    184
    598
    392
    206
    Office equipment
    743
    540
    203
    713
    463
    250
    Motor vehicles
    4,042
    1,364
    2,678
    4,020
    1,589
    2,431
    Plant & equipment
    1,391
    816
    575
    1,312
    742
    570
    IT equipment
    52,957
    21,580
    31,377
    36,861
    16,102
    20,759
    Leased equipment
    453
    412
    41
    565
    322
    243
    Total Property, Plant and Equipment
    72,319
    27,529
    44,790
    55,180
    20,957
    34,223

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    CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

    Capital Expenditure Summary



    2005/06

    2004/05

    2003/04

    2002/03

    2001/02

    2000/01


    Forecast

    Estimated

    Actual

    Actual

    Actual

    Actual


    (Main Estimates)

    Actual













    $000

    $000

    $000

    $000

    $000

    $000








    Leased Building Alterations

    564

    1,881

    1,217

    1,707

    142

    227

    Electronic Information Systems

    15,941

    9,589

    5,706

    2,599

    4,857

    2,765

    Electronic Systems Hardware

    605

    2,375

    108

    20

    99

    89

    Vehicles

    1,893

    830

    1,677

    875

    1,144

    1,307

    Sundry Plant & Equipment

    119

    272

    254

    37

    209

    47








    Total Capital Expenditure

    19,122

    14,947

    8,962

    5,238

    6,451

    4,435

    The forecast capital expenditure for 2005/06 financial year is for the upgrade and development of Information Systems, Databases and infrastructural Information and Technology systems to enable the Department to provide quality information in an efficient manner and therefore aid in the production of efficient and effective services and quality policy advice. Other capital expenditure is for the ongoing replacement of self-drive and chauffeur driven vehicles which form the VIP fleet - $1.893 million, replacement of servers and laptops - $0.600 million, fitout to accommodate increase in staff numbers - $0.564 million and minor office equipment - $0.119 million.

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    STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES

    Specifying the Forecast Financial Performance for the Department for the year ending 30 June 2006.

    2005/06
    2004/05
    2004/05
    Unit
    Forecast
    Budget
    Estimated
    (Main
    Estimates)
    (Supplementary Estimates)
    Actual
    $000
    $000
    $000
    Operating results
    Revenue: other
    $'000
    64,369
    72,265
    72,263
    Revenue: Department
    $'000
    9,292
    9,332
    9,332
    Total expenses
    $'000
    155,911
    164,359
    163,487
    Operating surplus before capital charge
    $'000
    (4,510)
    (2,618)
    (2,317)
    Net Surplus/(Deficit)
    $'000
    (6,914)
    (4,901)
    (4,600)
    Working capital
    Liquid ratio
    0.47:1
    0.74:1
    0.76:1
    Current ratio
    0.46:1
    0.69:1
    0.71:1
    Average debtors outstanding
    Days
    6
    9
    6
    Average creditors outstanding
    Days
    24
    22
    22
    Resource utilisation
    Property, Plant and Equipment:
      Property, Plant and Equipment as % of total assets
    %
    80
    67
    67
      Additions as % of property, plant and equipment
    %
    43
    44
    44
    Taxpayers’ funds:
      Level at year-end
    $'000
    31,175
    26,232
    26,533
    Forecast net cash flows
    Surplus/ (Deficit) from operating activities
    $'000
    1,280
    1,627
    1,928
    Deficit from investing activities
    $'000
    (18,070)
    (14,601)
    (14,601)
    Surplus/ (Deficit) from financing activities
    $'000
    11,556
    1,861
    1,861
    Net decrease in cash held
    $'000
    (5,234)
    (11,113)
    (10,812)


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    STATEMENT OF COMMITMENTS
    Forecast Statement of Commitments as at 30 June 2006.


    2005/06

    2004/05


    Forecast

    Estimated


    (Main Estimates)

    Actual


    $000

    $000

    OPERATING COMMITMENTS



    Non-Cancellable Accommodation Leases



    Less than one year

    5,851

    6,384

    One to two years

    4,886

    5,706

    Two to five years

    2,844

    9,025

    Over five years

    654

    1,545




    Total Accommodation Commitments

    14,235

    22,660




    Other Non-Cancellable Leases



    Less than one year

    20

    175

    One to two years

    0

    48

    Two to five years

    0

    0




    Total Other Lease Commitments

    20

    223




    Non-Cancellable Contracts for the Supply of Goods and Services



    Less than one year

    2,645

    3,761

    One to two years

    2,135

    2,538

    Two to five years

    0

    0




    Total Supply Commitments

    4,780

    6,299

    Total Commitments

    19,035

    29,182

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    Memorandum Accounts
    Forecast for the year ending 30 June 2006

    Memorandum accounts are notional accounts to record the accumulated balance of surpluses and deficits for outputs funded by fees charged to third parties. They are intended to provide a long-run perspective to the pricing of outputs.



    Forecast
    Closing
    Balance

    Forecast
    Movement
    During

    Forecast
    Closing
    Balance


    30/06/2005

    2005/06

    30/06/2006


    $000

    $000

    $000





    New Zealand Gazette

    103

    (12)

    91

    Use of facilities and access to Lake Taupo by boat users

    23

    (20)

    3

    Passport products

    3,373

    (4,444)

    (1,071)

    Citizenship products

    (4,419)

    (186)

    (4,605)

    Marriage products

    252

    22

    274

    Issue of Birth, Death and Marriage certifications and other products

    (264)

    (43)

    (307)

    Administration of non-casino gaming

    (2,835)

    (2,401)

    (5,236)

    This statement is to be read in conjunction with the Statement of Accounting Policies. The memorandum accounts were established on 30 June 2002.


    Action Taken to Address Surpluses and Deficits

    New Zealand Gazette

    The cost of publishing and distributing the NZ Gazette is recovered through third party fees. The surplus generated in any year is to be offset against costs in future years. Fees will be reviewed regularly to reduce the accumulated surplus.

    Use of facilities and access to Lake Taupo by boat users

    The Department of Internal Affairs manages marina berths, jetties and boat ramps located about Lake Taupo. Fees are charged to third parties who use marina berths and boat ramps. Fee income is applied to recover the maintenance and administration cost of these facilities. Operating surpluses in any year will be applied in the subsequent financial year to offset maintenance that may have been deferred due to unfavourable climatic or lake conditions.

    Passport Products

    The purpose of this account is to support a strategy to stabilise fees based on full cost recovery over a 4 to 5 year planning horizon. This strategy supports the introduction of new technologies including the replacement of the ageing passport system within that timeframe. The current fees schedule was introduced on 1 September 2003. The forecast deficit on this account will be examined in the next pricing review.

    Citizenship Products

    The purpose of this account is to support a strategy to stabilise fees based on full cost recovery over a 4 to 5 year planning horizon. The accumulated forecast deficit in this account reflects the period of time that citizenship fees were not based on full cost recovery and volumes lower than those used for pricing purposes. The current fees schedule was introduced on 1 September 2003 based on full cost recovery. The forecast deficit in this account will be examined in the next pricing review.

    Marriage Products

    The current fees schedule for Marriage products was introduced on 1 September 2003 based on full cost recovery. The small forecast surplus in this account reflects volume increases over levels assumed for pricing purposes. The purpose of this account is to support a strategy to stabilise fees based on full cost recovery over a 4 to 5 year planning horizon. The forecast surplus in this account will be examined in the next pricing review.

    Births, Deaths and Marriages Certificates, and other products

    The fees schedule for BDM products was introduced on 1 September 2003 based on full cost recovery. The small forecast deficit in this account reflects volume decreases over levels assumed for pricing purposes. The purpose of this account is to support a strategy to stabilise fees based on full cost recovery over a 4 to 5 year planning horizon. The forecast deficit in this account will be examined in the next pricing review.


    Administration of Non-Casino Gaming

    Fees established to recover the cost of administration and regulation of non-casino gaming are reflected in specific licence fees for differing types of gaming activity and the registration of gaming machines. The fees schedule has recently been implemented as part of the implementation of the Responsible Gambling Act with effect from 1 July 2004. In setting the fees, costs and revenue were forecast to offset over a six year planning horizon.

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    FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FOR EACH CLASS OF OUTPUTS

    Forecast Financial Performance for each Class of Outputs for the year ending 30 June 2006.


    Departmental Output Class

    Revenue

    Revenue

    Revenue

    Total

    Surplus/


    Crown

    Depts

    Other

    Expenses

    (Deficit)


    $000

    $000

    $000

    $000

    $000







    Vote Community and Voluntary Sector






    Policy Advice - Community

    1,519

    24

    0

    1,545

    (2)

    Administration of Grants

    4,114

    168

    6,656

    10,936

    2

    Community Advisory Services

    4,830

    93

    9

    4,932

    0







    Vote Emergency Management






    Policy Advice - Emergency Management

    1,571

    14

    0

    1,585

    0

    Support Services, Information and Education

    6,237

    28

    0

    6,267

    (2)

    Management of National Emergency






    Readiness, Response and Recovery

    2,948

    24

    0

    2,973

    (1)







    Vote Internal Affairs






    Policy Advice - Internal Affairs

    4,848

    47

    0

    4,895

    0

    Information and Advisory Services

    27

    642

    973

    1,640

    2

    Gaming and Censorship Regulatory Services

    1,934

    186

    13,907

    18,268

    (2,241)

    Identity Services

    7,357

    1,362

    41,463

    54,833

    (4,651)

    Services Relating to Ethnic Affairs

    2,785

    25

    0

    2,812

    (2)

    Contestable Services

    0

    625

    791

    1,415

    1







    Vote Local Government






    Policy Advice - Local Government

    7,043

    51

    0

    7,095

    (1)

    Information, Support and Regulatory Services

    4,061

    91

    345

    4,517

    (20)







    Vote Ministerial Services






    Support Services to Ministers

    23,245

    303

    35

    23,582

    1

    Visits and Official Events Co-ordination

    2,513

    12

    5

    2,530

    0

    VIP Transport

    0

    5,593

    185

    5,779

    (1)







    Vote Racing






    Policy Advice - Racing

    304

    4

    0

    307

    1







    TOTAL DEPARTMENT

    75,336

    9,292

    64,369

    155,911

    (6,914)


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