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Appendix A: Resource statements and expenses for outcomes

Table A.1 Entity Resource Statement 2019-20

Actual available appropriation1

Payments made

Balance remaining

2019-20

2019-20

2019-20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Departmental Annual Appropriations

Ordinary annual services2

Departmental resourcing3

564,492

412,153

152,339

Total departmental resourcing

564,492

412,153

152,339

Administered Annual appropriations4

Ordinary annual services2

Outcome 1

211,135

186,323

Outcome 2

353,357

766,182

Outcome 3

1,100,224

810,364

Outcome 4

220,418

202,366

Outcome 5

228,079

179,090

Outcome 6

231,059

230,745

Administered Capital Budget5

17,073

14,934

Payments to corporate entities6

1,960,408

1,989,812

Other services - non operating

Prior year appropriations available

2,278,988

Administered assets and liabilities

5,910,265

6,954,398

Administered assets and liabilities - Payments to corporate entities6

39,453

39,453

Other services - specific payments to states, ACT, NT and local government

Outcome 1

569,039

569,029

Outcome 3

126,500

79,592

Total available Administered annual appropriations

13,245,998

12,022,288

Administered Special appropriations

Total available Administered Special appropriations

1,517,719

2,887,568

Special Accounts

Opening balance

4,326

Appropriation receipts7

96,424

Non - Appropriation receipts to Special Accounts8

282,279

Payments made

-

355,889

Total available Special Accounts

383,029

355,889

27,140

Total Administered resourcing

15,146,746

15,265,745

Less appropriations drawn from annual or special appropriations above and credited to special accounts and/or payments to corporate entities through annual appropriations

(2,096,285)

(2,354,530)

Total net resourcing and payments

13,050,461

12,911,215

  1. Figures in the table represent actual appropriations provided less any legally recognised reductions as outlined in Note 5.1 of the 2019-20 Financial Statements.
  2. Appropriation Act (No. 1) 2019-20, Appropriation Act (No. 3) 2019-20 and Appropriation Act (No. 5) 2019-20.
  3. Actual available appropriations for 2019-20 include prior year departmental appropriation and section 74 relevant entity receipts.
  4. Actual available appropriations for 2019-20 include retained administered funds from previous years.
  5. Administered capital budgets are not separately identified in Appropriation Bill (No. 1) and form part of ordinary annual services items.
  6. Corporate entities' are corporate Commonwealth entities and Commonwealth companies as defined under the PGPA Act.
  7. Appropriation receipts from departmental appropriation and special appropriations.
  8. Non-appropriation receipts from the Public Interest Telecommunications Services Special Account, Christmas Island Phosphate Mining Rehabilitation Special Account, Indian Ocean Territories Special Account 2014, Jervis Bay Territory Special Account 2014 and the Melbourne Airport New Runway Land Acquisition Special Account.
Table A.2 Expenses for Outcome 1: Improved infrastructure across Australia through investment in and coordination of transport and other infrastructure

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 1.1: Infrastructure Investment

Administered expenses

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

244,050

181,260

62,790

Other Services (Appropriation Acts No.2 and No.4)

569,039

569,028

11

Special Appropriations

100

100

Payments to corporate entities

11,560

11,560

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

116

353

(237)

Total for Program 1.1

824,865

762,201

62,664

Outcome 1 Total

824,865

762,201

62,664

Outcome 1 totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

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

211,135

181,260

29,875

Other Services (Appropriation Acts No.2 and No.4)

569,039

569,028

11

Special Appropriations

100

100

Payments to corporate entities

11,560

11,560

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

33,031

353

32,678

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation3

54,580

58,112

(3,532)

s74 retained revenue receipts

112

2,278

(2,166)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year4

3,094

3,953

(859)

Total expenses for Outcome 1

882,651

826,544

56,107

Average staffing level (number)5

246

206

40

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements (PAES).
  2. Administered 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' comprises expenses relating to concessional loans, accruals, payments made from prior year appropriations and other non-cash expenses.
  3. Departmental appropriation includes 'Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5).'
  4. Departmental 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' relate to depreciation and amortisation expenses, and expenses that are reduced by associated receipts.
  5. Actual average staffing levels (ASL) figures reflect revised corporate overhead allocations following the machinery-of-government changes dated 1 February 2020.
Table A.3 Expenses for Outcome 2: An efficient, sustainable, competitive, safe and secure transport system for all transport users through regulation, financial assistance and safety investigations

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 2.1: Surface Transport

Administered expenses

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

236,517

212,305

24,212

Special appropriations

126,850

128,477

(1,627)

Payments to corporate entities

85,521

85,521

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

(100)

(100)

Total for Program 2.1

448,788

426,303

22,485

Program 2.2: Road Safety

Administered expenses

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

9,100

4,159

4,941

Special Appropriations

50

50

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

(50)

(50)

Total for Program 2.2

9,100

4,159

4,941

Program 2.3: Air Transport

Administered expenses

Ordinary Annual Services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5)

107,740

526,694

(418,954)

Special appropriations

128,950

180,938

(51,988)

Special accounts

700

26

674

Payments to corporate entities

57,938

72,938

(15,000)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

7,361

51,171

(43,810)

Total for Program 2.3

302,689

831,767

(529,078)

Outcome 2 Total

760,577

1,262,229

(501,652)

Outcome 2 totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5)

353,357

743,158

(389,801)

Special appropriations

255,850

309,415

(53,565)

Special accounts

700

26

674

Payments to corporate entities

143,459

158,459

(15,000)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

7,211

51,171

(43,960)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation3

102,530

99,575

2,955

s74 retained revenue receipts

5,154

3,904

1,250

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year4

1,655

6,773

(5,118)

Total expenses for Outcome 2

869,916

1,372,481

(502,565)

Average staffing level (number)5

371

335

36

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Administered 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' comprises expenses relating to concessional loans, accruals, payments made from prior year appropriations and other non-cash expenses.
  3. Departmental appropriation includes 'Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5).'
  4. Departmental 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' relate to depreciation and amortisation expenses, and expenses that are reduced by associated receipts.
  5. Actual ASL figures reflect revised corporate overhead allocations following the machinery-of-government changes dated 1 February 2020.
Table A.4 Expenses for Outcome 3: Strengthening the sustainability, capacity and diversity of our cities and regional economies including through facilitating local partnerships between all levels of government and local communities; through reforms that stimulate economic growth; and providing grants and financial assistance

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 3.1: Regional Development

Administered expenses

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

1,087,524

690,567

396,957

Other services (Appropriation Acts No.2 and No.4)

126,500

86,987

39,513

Special appropriations

50

50

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

(104,225)

99,296

(203,521)

Total for Program 3.1

1,109,849

876,850

232,999

Program 3.2: Local Government

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

1,261,719

2,575,618

(1,313,899)

Total for Program 3.2

1,261,719

2,575,618

(1,313,899)

Program 3.3: Cities

Administered expenses

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

17,900

8,014

9,886

Special accounts

1,000

1,000

Total for Program 3.3

18,900

8,014

10,886

Outcome 3 Total

2,390,468

3,460,482

(1,070,014)

Outcome 3 totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

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

1,100,224

698,549

401,675

Other services (Appropriation Acts No.2 and No.4)

126,500

86,987

39,513

Special appropriations

1,261,769

2,575,618

(1,313,849)

Special accounts

1,000

1,000

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

(99,025)

99,328

(198,353)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation3

61,074

69,144

(8,070)

s74 retained revenue receipts

168

2,711

(2,543)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year4

2,458

4,703

(2,245)

Total expenses for Outcome 3

2,454,168

3,537,040

(1,082,872)

Average staffing level (number)5

195

199

(4)

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Administered 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' comprises expenses relating to concessional loans, accruals, payments made from prior year appropriations and other non-cash expenses.
  3. Departmental appropriation includes 'Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5).'
  4. Departmental 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' relate to depreciation and amortisation expenses, and expenses that are reduced by associated receipts.
  5. Actual ASL figures reflect revised corporate overhead allocations following the machinery-of-government changes dated 1 February 2020.
Table A.5 Expenses for Outcome 4: Good governance in the Australian territories through the maintenance and improvement of the overarching legislative framework for self-governing territories, and laws and services for non-self-governing territories

Budget1

Actual expenses6

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 4.1: Services to Territories

Administered expenses

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

220,418

209,370

11,048

Special appropriations

50

50

Special accounts

17,882

17,165

717

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

53,326

50,944

2,382

Total for Program 4.1

291,676

277,480

14,196

Outcome 4 totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

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

220,418

209,370

11,048

Special appropriations

50

50

Special accounts

17,882

17,165

717

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

53,326

50,944

2,382

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation3

24,866

26,695

(1,829)

s74 retained revenue receipts

50

1,047

(997)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year4

1,397

1,816

(419)

Total expenses for Outcome 4

317,989

307,037

10,952

Average staffing level (number)5

111

120

(9)

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Administered 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' comprises expenses relating to concessional loans, accruals, payments made from prior year appropriations and other non-cash expenses.
  3. Departmental appropriation includes 'Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5).'
  4. Departmental 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' relate to depreciation and amortisation expenses, and expenses that are reduced by associated receipts.
  5. Actual ASL figures reflect revised corporate overhead allocations following the machinery-of-government changes dated 1 February 2020.
  6. Expenses not-for-publication due to commercial sensitivities are not included in the totals.
Table A.6 Expenses for Outcome 5: Promote an innovative and competitive communications sector, through policy development, advice and program delivery, so all Australians can realise the full potential of digital technologies and communications services

Budget1

Actual expenses6

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 5.1: Digital Technologies and Communications Services

Administered expenses

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

157,902

80,114

77,788

Special accounts

373,182

338,196

34,986

Payments to corporate entities

1,352,319

1,352,319

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the budget year

10,857

10,856

1

Total for Program 5.1

1,894,260

1,781,485

112,775

Outcome 5 totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

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

157,902

80,114

77,788

Special accounts

373,182

338,196

34,986

Payments to corporate entities

1,352,319

1,352,319

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

10,857

10,856

1

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation3

89,246

63,495

25,751

s74 External Revenue

2,049

2,489

(440)

Special accounts

4,046

4,046

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year4

4,469

4,319

150

Total expenses for Outcome 5

1,994,070

1,855,835

138,235

Average staffing level (number)5

405

357

48

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Administered 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' comprises expenses relating to concessional loans, accruals, payments made from prior year appropriations and other non-cash expenses.
  3. Departmental appropriation combines annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5), includes prior-year departmental appropriation and retained revenue receipts under section 74 of the PGPA Act.'
  4. Departmental 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' relate to depreciation and amortisation expenses, and expenses that are reduced by associated receipts.
  5. Actual ASL figures reflect revised corporate overhead allocations following the machinery-of-government changes dated 1 February 2020.
  6. Expenses 'not-for-publication' due to commercial sensitivities are not included in the table totals.
Table A.7 Expenses for Outcome 6 : Participation in, and access to, Australia's art and culture through developing and supporting cultural expression

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 6.1: Arts and Cultural Development

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5)

230,559

229,675

884

Special appropriations

23,500

(23,500)

Special accounts

500

495

5

Payments to corporate entities

453,070

467,474

(14,404)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

2,389

2,431

(42)

Total for Program 6.1

686,518

723,575

(37,057)

Outcome 6 totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5)

230,559

229,675

884

Special appropriations

23,500

Special accounts

500

495

5

Payments to corporate entities

453,070

467,474

(14,404)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year2

2,389

2,431

(42)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation3

30,658

47,589

(16,931)

s74 External Revenue

1,866

(1,866)

Special accounts

6,298

3,434

2,864

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year4

631

3,237

(2,606)

Total expenses for Outcome 6

724,105

779,701

(55,596)

Average staffing level (number)5

145

202

(57)

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Administered 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' comprises expenses relating to concessional loans, accruals, payments made from prior year appropriations and other non-cash expenses.
  3. Departmental appropriation combines annual services (Appropriation Acts No.1, No.3 and No.5), includes prior-year departmental appropriation and retained revenue receipts under section 74 of the PGPA Act.
  4. Departmental 'Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year' relate to depreciation and amortisation expenses, and expenses that are reduced by associated receipts.
  5. Actual ASL figures reflect revised corporate overhead allocations following the machinery-of-government changes dated 1 February 2020.
Table A.8 Expenses for Outcome 1: Improved infrastructure across Australia through investment in and coordination of transport and other infrastructure

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 1.1: Infrastructure Investment

Administered expenses

Infrastructure Investment Program2

– Investments

207,667

175,424

32,243

– Roads to Recovery

569,426

569,028

398

Building our Future campaign

14,096

3,775

10,321

Supporting National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities — Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program

22,000

2,061

19,939

Payments to corporate entities — Infrastructure Australia3

11,560

11,560

WestConnex Stage 2 (New M5) concessional loan

116

353

(237)

Total Program 1.1 expenses

824,865

762,201

62,664

Program Support for Outcome 1

57,786

64,343

(6,557)

Total Program expenses for Outcome 1

882,651

826,544

56,107

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Excludes expenses relating to payments made to and through the states and territories by the Treasury for the Infrastructure Investment Program (Black Spot Projects, Bridges Renewal Program, Developing Northern Australia (Improving Cattle Supply Chains and Northern Australia Roads), National Highway Upgrade Program, Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program, Major Projects Business Case Fund, National Rail Program, Rail Investment Component, Road Investment Component, Roads of Strategic Importance and Urban Congestion Initiative) and Infrastructure Growth Package (New Investments and Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan) administered items.
  3. Relates to appropriation for corporate entities which is provided through the department.
Table A.9 Expenses for Outcome 2: An efficient, sustainable, competitive, safe and secure transport system for all transport users through regulation, financial assistance and safety investigations

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 2.1: Surface Transport

Administered expenses

Bass Strait Passenger Vehicle Equalisation Scheme

52,046

40,775

11,271

Freight and Supply Chain Strategy — Freight Data Hub

918

510

408

International Maritime Organization — contribution

344

326

18

National Freight Access Improvements

3,980

3,980

National Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiatives2

5,417

5,417

International Transport Forum — contribution

122

131

(9)

Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme 3

173,690

161,167

12,523

Payments to corporate entities — Australia Maritime Safety Authority4

81,986

81,986

Payments to corporate entities — National Transport Commission4

3,535

3,535

Special Appropriations

Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990

125,750

128,169

(2,419)

Protection of the Sea (Oil Pollution Compensation Fund) Act 1993

1,000

308

692

Total Program 2.1 expenses

448,788

426,303

22,485

Program 2.2: Road Safety

Administered expenses

Digital Road Safety Pilot

600

600

Driver Reviver Grants Program

3,000

514

2,486

Keys2drive

4,000

2,000

2,000

Road Safety Awareness and Enablers Fund

1,000

1,029

(29)

Road Safety Innovation Fund

500

500

Other

16

(16)

Total Program 2.2 expenses

9,100

4,159

4,942

Program 2.3: Air Transport

Administered expenses

Airport Lessee Companies

1,000

422

578

Domestic Aviation Network Support

122,690

(122,690)

Domestic Aviation Security Charges Rebate

24,350

(24,350)

International Aviation Support

72,408

(72,408)

International Civil Aviation Organization — contribution

2,589

2,132

457

Payment scheme for Airservices Australia's en route charges3

2,000

457

1,543

Regional Airports Program

10,000

10,000

Regional Aviation Access

21,146

18,310

2,836

Waiver for Airservices Australia Charges

250,000

(250,000)

Waiver of Fuel Excise — Airline Reimbursement

15,822

(15,822)

Western Sydney Airport — preparatory activities

77,516

19,400

58,116

Women in the Aviation Industry

1,000

700

300

Payments to corporate entities — Civil Aviation Safety Authority4

57,938

72,938

(15,000)

Special Appropriation expenses

Aviation Fuel Revenues (Special Appropriation ) Act 1988

128,800

101,285

27,515

Regional Airlines Funding Assistance5

52,322

Reigonal Airline Network Support5

27,332

Special Account expenses

Melbourne Airport New Runway Land Acquisition Special Account

700

26

674

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

International Aviation Support

43,627

(43,627)

Western Sydney Airport — preparatory activities

7,544

Total Program 2.3 expenses

302,689

831,767

(529,078)

Program Support — Outcome 2

109,339

110,251

(912)

Total Program expenses for Outcome 2

869,916

1,372,481

(502,564)

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Previously titled National Heavy Vehicle Regulator. The change in title was effected in the 2019–20 PB Statements to better reflect the program.
  3. The estimates for demand driven programs are calculated at a maximum probable amount in the forward estimates to ensure that there is sufficient appropriation to meet demand. Where the estimated demand is not met in a particular year, underspends are returned to the government and are not available for alternate uses by the department.
  4. Relates to appropriation for corporate entities which is provided through the department.
  5. These programs are funded under the Relief and Recovery Fund.
Table A.10 Expenses for Outcome 3: Strengthening the sustainability, capacity and diversity of our cities and regional economies including through facilitating local partnerships between all levels of government and local communities; through reforms that stimulate economic growth; and providing grants and financial assistance

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 3.1: Regional Development

Annual Administered expenses2

Barkly Regional Deal

700

550

150

Building Better Regions Fund

253,872

177,303

76,569

Community Development Grants

430,102

261,028

169,074

Drought Communities Programme

126,500

126,500

Drought Community Support Initiative

66,000

66,000

Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal

4,500

4,500

Hinkler Regional Deal

4,750

100

4,650

National Stronger Regions Fund

57,061

55,591

1,470

National Water Infrastructure Development Fund

1,500

1,500

National Water Grid Authority

2,544

113

2,431

Regional Australia Institute

400

400

Regional Development Australia Committees

18,632

18,606

26

Regional Growth Fund

48,448

17,305

31,143

Regional Jobs and Investment Packages

72,172

67,125

5,047

Stronger Communities Programme

22,650

20,429

2,221

University of the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay Precinct Project concessional loan

18

17

1

Drought Communities Programme Extension

86,987

(86,987)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

Country Women’s Association

5,000

(5,000)

Drought Community Support Initiative

82,500

(82,500)

National Stronger Regions Fund

11,796

(11,796)

Total Program 3.1 expenses

1,109,849

876,850

232,999

Program 3.2: Local Government

Special Appropriation expenses

Local Government (Financial Assistance) Act 1995

1,261,719

2,575,618

(1,313,899)

Total Program 3.2 expenses

1,261,719

2,575,618

(1,313,899)

Program 3.3: Cities

Annual Administered expenses3

Hobart City Deal

1,000

845

155

Smart Cities and Suburbs

14,335

7,136

7,199

Townsville City Deal

2,565

33

2,532

Special Account expenses

Services for Other Entities and Trust Moneys

1,000

1,000

Total Program 3.3 expenses

18,900

8,014

10,886

Program Support for Outcome 3

63,700

76,558

(12,858)

Total Program expenses for Outcome 3

2,454,168

3,537,040

(1,082,872)

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Excludes expenses relating to payments made to and through the states and territories by the Treasury for the Barkly Regional Deal; North Queensland Stadium; and National Water Infrastructure Fund administered items.
  3. Excludes expenses relating to payments made to and through the states and territories by the Treasury for the Adelaide City Deal; Darwin City Deal; Geelong City Deal; Lindenow Valley Water Security Deal; and Western Sydney City Deal administered items.
Table A.11 Expenses for Outcome 4: Good governance in the Australian territories through the maintenance and improvement of the overarching legislative framework for self-governing territories,and laws and services for non-self-governing territories

Budget1

Actual expenses4

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 4.1: Services to territories

Annual Administered expenses

ACT Government — national capital functions

1,943

1,925

18

Norfolk Island — Commonwealth administration

1,082

981

101

Norfolk Island — Kingston and Arthur's Vale historic area

1,810

1,667

143

Norfolk Island — runway resurfacing

39,977

40,000

(23)

Office of Administrator, Northern Territory

418

361

57

Services to Indian Ocean Territories2

116,270

109,863

6,407

Services to Jervis Bay Territory3

6,046

5,869

177

Services to Norfolk Island

54,467

48,705

5,762

Special Accounts

Christmas Island Phosphate Mining Rehabilitation Special Account

1,400

890

510

Indian Ocean Territories Special Account 2014

15,215

15,008

207

Jervis Bay Territory Special Account 2014

1,267

1,267

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

Norfolk Island — Kingston and Arthur's Vale historic area

156

(156)

Depreciation and amortisation

51,781

50,788

993

Total Program 4.1 expenses

291,676

277,480

14,196

Program Support for Outcome 4

26,313

29,557

(3,244)

Total Program expenses for Outcome 4

317,989

307,037

10,952

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. See also expenses associated with the Indian Ocean Territories Special Account 2014.
  3. See also expenses associated with the Jervis Bay Territory Special Account 2014.
  4. Expenses not-for-publication due to commercial sensitivities are not included in the totals.
Table A.12 Expenses for Outcome 5: Promote an innovative and competitive communications sector, through policy development, advice and program delivery, so all Australians can realise the full potential of digital technologies and communications services

Budget1

Actual expenses4

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 5.1: Digital Technologies and Communications

Administered expenses2

Amplifying Australia's Voice in the Pacific

5,675

5,675

Cadetship Program and Scholarship Program

8,108

837

7,271

Community Broadcasting Program

19,733

19,733

Consumer Representation Grants Program

2,322

2,322

Intellectual Property

268

268

-

International Organisation Contributions

4,202

4,317

(115)

Mobile Black Spot Program

66,299

19,637

46,662

Online Safety

127

62

65

Regional Broadcasting

10,329

9,998

331

Regional Connectivity

28,575

28,575

Spectrum Pricing Transitional Support

4,764

4,764

Supporting Underrepresented Sports

7,500

12,500

(5,000)

Special Accounts

Public Interest Telecommunications Services Special Account

National Relay Service

33,304

31,425

1,879

Universal Service Obligation

270,000

270,000

Other Public Interest Services

69,878

36,771

33,107

Payments to corporate entities3

Australian Broadcasting Corporation

1,062,265

1,062,265

Special Broadcasting Service Corporation

290,054

290,054

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

International Organisation Contributions

2,932

2,932

Regional Backbone Blackspots Program

7,925

7,924

1

Total Program 5.1 expenses

1,894,260

1,781,485

112,775

Program Support for Outcome 5

99,810

74,350

25,460

Total Program expenses for Outcome 5

1,994,070

1,855,835

138,235

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. Excludes expenses relating to payments made to and through the states and territories by the Treasury for the National Partnership for WiFi and Mobile Coverage on Trains administered item.
  3. Relates to appropriations for corporate entities which are provided through the department.
  4. Expenses not-for-publication due to commercial sensitivities are not included in the totals.
Table A.13 Expenses for Outcome 6: Participation in, and access to, Australia's art and culture through developing and supporting cultural expression

Budget1

Actual expenses

Variation

2019–20

2019–20

2019–20

$'000

$'000

$'000

Program 6.1: Arts and Cultural Development

Administered expenses

Arts and Cultural Development

230,559

229,675

884

Special Appropriations

Arts and Cultural Development2

10,000

(10,000)

Indigenous Arts, Languages and Repatriation2

3,500

(3,500)

Regional Arts2

10,000

(10,000)

Payments to corporate entities 3

Australia Council

212,122

212,122

Australian Film, Television and Radio School

22,605

22,605

Australian National Maritime Museum

21,217

21,217

National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

23,969

25,184

(1,215)

National Gallery of Australia

44,928

57,618

(12,690)

National Library of Australia

54,517

55,016

(499)

National Museum of Australia

44,611

44,611

National Portrait Gallery of Australia

11,652

11,652

Screen Australia

11,331

11,331

Old Parliament House4

6,118

6,118

Special Accounts

National Cultural Heritage Account

500

495

5

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

Depreciation and Amortisation

2,389

2,431

(42)

Total Program 6.1 expenses

686,518

723,575

(37,057)

Program Support for Outcome 6

37,587

56,126

(18,539)

Total Program expenses for Outcome 6

724,105

779,701

(55,596)

  1. Budget figures are based on the 2019–20 PAES.
  2. These programs are funded under the Relief and Recovery Fund.
  3. Relates to appropriations for corporate entities which are provided through the department.
  4. Amendments to the Administrative Arrangements Order on 8 August 2019 transferred responsibility for reporting the Australian Government’s interest in Old Parliament House from the former Department of Communications and the Arts to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. The effective date for the transfer was 1 September 2019. Figures reflect part year actuals until the transfer date of 1 September 2019.