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Appendix 2: Agency resource statements

Table 29. Agency resource statement, 2018–19

Actual available appropriation for 2018–19

Payments

made

Balance remaining 2018–19

2018–19

$'000

$'000

$'000

(a)

(b)

(a) - (b)

Ordinary annual services1

Departmental appropriation2

365,382

248,564

116,818

Prior year departmental appropriation

129,433

129,433

-

s74 receipts collected by non-corporate entities

74,744

74,744

-

Total

569,559

452,741

116,818

Administered expenses

Outcome 1

1,694,751

1,746,117

Outcome 2

56,311

42,612

Payments to corporate entities3

5,989

5,989

Total

1,757,051

1,794,718

Total ordinary annual services

A

2,326,610

2,247,459

Other services

Departmental non-operating

Equity injections4

22,096

19,029

3,067

Equity injections prior year

8,348

8,348

-

Total

B

30,444

27,377

3,067

Total available annual appropriations and payments

2,357,054

2,274,836

Special appropriations

Special appropriations limited by criteria/entitlement

Trade Support Loans Act 20145

20,872

20,872

VET Student Loans Act 20165

32,577

32,577

Fair Work Entitlement Guarantee Act 20126

113,767

113,767

Coal Mining Industry (LSL) Funding Act 19926

122,815

122,815

Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 19886

27,130

27,130

Asbestos-related Claims (Management of Commonwealth Liabilities Act) 20056

28,022

28,022

Public governance, performance and Accountablity (PGPA) Act 2013 - Section 77

2

2

Total special appropriations

C

345,185

345,185

Special accounts7

Opening balance

8

5,431

Appropriation receipts

-

Appropriation receipts – other entities

941

Non-appropriation receipts to special accounts

-

Payments made

2,260

Total special accounts

D

6,372

2,260

Total resourcing and payments (A+B+C+D)

2,708,611

2,622,281

Less appropriations drawn from annual or special appropriations above and credited to special accounts

6

and/or corporate entities through annual appropriations

5,989

5,989

Total net resourcing and payments for Employment

2,702,622

2,616,292

1Appropriation Act (No.1) 2018–19, Appropriation Act (No.3) 2018–19 and Appropriation Act (No.5) 2018–19. This also includes prior year departmental appropriation, Section 75 transfers, section 74 Retained Revenue Receipts and adjustments for the expected expenditure from the 2018–19 Portfolio Additional Estimates.

2 Includes an amount of $31.367m for the 2018–19 Departmental Capital Budget. For accounting purposes this amount has been designated as 'contributions by owners'. The Departmental Capital Budget contains a $0.933m reduction by a section 51 Determination dated 24 January 2019.

3 ‘Corporate entities’ are corporate Commonwealth entities and Commonwealth companies as defined under the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

4 Appropriation Bill (No. 2 and 4) 2018–19.

5As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, skills, vocational education and training special appropriations were transferred to the Department from the Department of Education.

6 As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, Industrial Relations special appropriations were transferred to the Attorney-General’s Department from the Department.

7 Does not include ‘special public money’ held in accounts like ‘services for other entities and trust moneys’ special accounts.

8 As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, the Student Identifiers Special Account was transferred to the Department from the Department of Education.

Table 30. Expenses for Outcome 1

Outcome 1:

Foster a productive and competitive labour market through employment policies and programs that assist job seekers into work, meet employer needs and facilitate the growth of small and family businesses.

Budget1

Actual Expenses

Variation

2018–19

2018–19

2018–19

$'000

$'000

$'000

(a)

(b)

(a) - (b)

Outcome 1 by appropriation type

program 1.1: Employment services

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Bill No. 1 and 3)

1,695,343

1,703,822

(8,479)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

2

284,154

293,572

(9,418)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the budget year

34,097

39,197

(5,100)

Total expenses for Outcome 1

2,013,594

2,036,591

(22,997)

Average staffing level (number)

1,463

1,455

8

1 Full-year budget, including any subsequent adjustment made in the 2018–19 Portfolio Supplementary Additional Estimates.

2 Departmental appropriation combines ordinary annual services (Appropriation Bill No. 1 and 3), receipts collected by non-corporate Commonwealth entities (section 74) and adjustments for the expected expenditure from the 2018–19 Portfolio Additional Estimates.

Table 31. Expenses for Outcome 2, to 29 May 2019

Pre-MoG Outcome 21:

Facilitate jobs growth through policies and programs that promote fair, productive and safe workplaces, and facilitate the growth of small business.

Budget2

Actual Expenses

Variation

2018–19

2018–19

2018–19

$'000

$'000

$'000

(a)

(b)

(a) - (b)

Program 2.1: Workplace Support

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Supply Bill No. 1,

Appropriation Bill No. 1 and 3)

32,953

32,162

791

Special appropriations

3

333,916

273,377

60,539

Total for program 2.1

366,869

305,539

61,330

Program 2.2: Workers' compensation payments

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Supply Bill No. 1,

Appropriation Bill No. 1 and 3)

5,989

5,989

-

Special appropriations

3

60,197

55,152

5,045

Total for program 2.2

66,186

61,141

5,045

Program 2.3: Small Business Advisory Services

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Supply Bill No. 1,

Appropriation Bill No. 1 and 3)

23,067

15,914

7,153

Total for program 2.3

23,067

15,914

7,153

Outcome 2 Totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Supply Bill No. 1,

Appropriation Bill No. 1 and 3)

62,009

54,065

7,944

Special appropriations

394,113

328,529

65,584

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

4

101,872

104,723

(2,851)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the budget year

5,500

6,449

(949)

Total expenses for Outcome 2

563,494

493,766

69,728

Average staffing level (number)

498

493

5

1 As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, the Outcome 2 statement was changed.

2 Full-year budget, including any subsequent adjustment made in the 2018–19 Portfolio Supplementary Additional Estimates.

3 As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, Industrial Relations special appropriations were transferred to the Attorney-General’s Department from the Department.

4 Departmental appropriation combines ordinary annual services (Appropriation Bill No. 1 and 3), receipts collected by non-corporate Commonwealth entities (section 74) and adjustments for the expected expenditure from the 2018–19 Portfolio Additional Estimates.

Table 32. Expenses for Outcome 2, from 29 May 2019

Post MoG Outcome 21:

Promote growth in economic productivity and social wellbeing through access to quality skills and training.

Budget2

Actual Expenses

Variation

2018–19

2018–19

2018–19

$'000

$'000

$'000

(a)

(b)

(a) - (b)

Program 2.1: Building Skills and Capability3

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

30,500

30,500

-

Total for program 2.1

30,500

30,500

-

Program 2.2: VET Student Loans3

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

-

-

-

Total for program 2.2

-

-

-

Outcome 2 Totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

30,500

30,500

-

Departmental expenses

Special accounts

4

941

918

23

Total expenses for Outcome 2

31,441

31,418

23

Average staffing level (number)

0

0

-

1 As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, the Outcome 2 statement was changed.

2 Full-year budget, including any subsequent adjustment made in the 2018–19 Portfolio Supplementary Additional Estimates

3 As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, skills, vocational education and training special appropriations were transferred to the Department from the Department of Education.

4 As a result of the Administrative Arrangement Orders of 29 May 2019, the Student Identifiers Special Account was transferred to the Department from the Department of Education.