Appropriations are higher than budget due to returning Section 74 receipts that are above agreed working cash balance limits to the Official Public Account (OPA) and then redrawing funding as required.
Sale of goods and rendering of services is higher than budget as the demand for learning and development activities was higher than budget, combined with higher customer prepayments. This increased demand also contributed to a higher level of supplier payments.
Employee payments are higher than budget due to the payment of separations that were accrued in 2018, and the transfer of leave liability balances to other entities. The transferring of leave liability balances from other entities resulted in a higher level of cash received.
$3,163,000 higher than budget and Section 74 receipts transferred to OPA $2,500,000 higher than budget.
Sale of goods and rendering of services $1,685,000 higher than budget and Suppliers $1,343,000 higher than budget.
Employees $2,064,000 higher than budget and Other cash received $1,864,000 higher than budget.