Australian Maritime Safety Authority
Table 1.1: Australian Maritime Safety Authority resource statement—Budget estimates for 2018–19 as at Budget May 2018
|Opening balance/cash reserves at 1 July||92,504||30,913|
|Funds from Government|
|Annual appropriations—ordinary annual services (a)|
|Total annual appropriations||69,717||77,605|
|Special appropriations (Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities)|
|Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990 (b)(c)||122,029||123,860|
|Total special appropriations||122,029||123,860|
|Amounts received from related entities (c)|
|Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade||1,694||3,790|
|Total amounts received from related entities||1,694||3,790|
|Total funds from Government||193,440||205,255|
|Funds from other sources|
|Sale of goods and services||13,160||21,513|
|Total funds from other sources||15,204||23,513|
|Total net resourcing||301,148||259,681|
|Average staffing level (number)||405||452|
Prepared on a resourcing (i.e. appropriations available) basis. All figures shown are GST exclusive—these may not match figures in the cash flow statement.
AMSA is not directly appropriated as it is a corporate Commonwealth entity. Appropriations are made to the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, which are then paid to AMSA and are considered ‘departmental’ for all purposes.
- Appropriation Bill (No. 1) 2018–19.
- Levies collected under Marine Navigation Levy Collection Act 1989, Marine Navigation (Regulatory Function) Levy Collection Act 1991 and Protection of the Sea (Shipping Levy) Collection Act 1981 are paid to the Consolidated Revenue Fund and appropriated under section 48 of the AMSA Act.
- Funding provided by a government entity that is not specified within the annual appropriation bills as a payment to the corporate Commonwealth entity.