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Cash flow statement

for the period ended 30 June 2021

Original Budget

2021

2020

2021

Notes

$

$

$

OPERATING ACTIVITIES

Cash received

Appropriations

14,057,000

11,533,000

13,869,000

Sales of goods and rendering of services

7,950,707

8,688,615

7,973,000

Other cash received

5,260,420

5,081,276

5,170,000

GST received

122,616

10,936

474,000

Total cash received

27,390,743

25,313,827

27,486,000

Cash used

Employees

(17,988,091)

(17,074,682)

(17,637,000)

Suppliers

(8,722,108)

(8,181,211)

(9,178,000)

Interest payments on lease liabilities

(5,174)

(9,466)

(16,000)

GST paid

-

-

(423,000)

Total cash used

(26,715,373)

(25,265,359)

(27,254,000)

Net cash from / (used by) operating activities

675,370

48,468

232,000

INVESTING ACTIVITIES

Cash used

Purchase of property, plant, equipment and intangibles

(2,012,516)

(1,385,809)

(4,022,000)

Total cash used

(2,012,516)

(1,385,809)

(4,022,000)

Net cash from / (used by) investing activities

(2,012,516)

(1,385,809)

(4,022,000)

FINANCING ACTIVITIES

Cash received

Contributed equity - Departmental capital budget

1,599,000

1,420,000

2,035,000

Contributed equity - Equity injection

-

-

1,987,000

Total cash received

1,599,000

1,420,000

4,022,000

Cash used

Principal payments of lease liabilities

(246,329)

(236,522)

(232,000)

Total cash used

(246,329)

(236,522)

(232,000)

Net cash from / (used by) financing activities

1,352,671

1,183,478

3,790,000

Net increase / (decrease) in cash held

15,525

(153,863)

-

Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the reporting period

1,192,228

1,346,091

1,192,000

Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the reporting period

2.1A

1,207,753

1,192,228

1,192,000

The above statement should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

Cash Flow Statement Budget variances commentary

Explanations are only provided where the variance is greater than 10% of the Original Budget. If the variance is greater than 10%, but small in the overall context of the of the financial statements, judgement was used to determine if an explanation would be useful in analysing ARPANSA's performance.

Variances relating to cash flows occur because of the factors detailed under expenses, own source income, assets or liabilities.

Investing Activities - Cash Used and Financing Activities - Cash Received

The variance relates specifically to delay in capital expenditure associated with the enhanced electromagnetic energy program. These capital funds will now be expended in the 2021-22 year.