Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

Table 1.1: Entity resource statement—Additional estimates for 2019–20 as at Additional Estimates February 2020

Actual
available
appropriation

2018–19
$'000
Estimate
as at
Budget (a)

2019–20
$'000
+Proposed
Additional
Estimates

2019–20
$'000
=Total
estimate at
Additional
Estimates
2019–20
$'000
Departmental
Annual appropriations—ordinary annual services (b)
Prior year appropriations available (c) 130,387 151,491 (21,470) 130,021
Departmental appropriation (d) 317,792 327,347 38,328 365,675
s74 external revenue (e) 16,559 6,919 614 7,533
Departmental capital budget (f) 11,513 7,343 (1,100) 6,243
Equity injection 150 - - -
Total departmental annual appropriations 476,401 493,100 16,372 509,472
Special accounts
Opening balance 3,694 1,917 2,831 4,748
Appropriation receipts 4,873 4,909 74 4,983
Non-appropriation receipts 6,877 3,846 (111) 3,735
Total special accounts 15,444 10,672 2,794 13,466
less departmental appropriations drawn from annual/special appropriations and credited to special accounts (4,873) (4,909) (74) (4,983)
Total departmental resourcing 486,972 498,863 19,092 517,955
Administered
Annual appropriations—ordinary annual services (b)
Prior year appropriations available (c) 145,334 35,598 40,308 75,906
Outcome 1 159,137 193,206 17,929 211,135
Outcome 2 398,778 349,651 3,706 353,357
Outcome 3 (g) 951,479 1,206,090 (105,866) 1,100,224
Outcome 4 (d) 154,902 186,102 34,316 220,418
Outcome 5 (d) 209,037 227,799 280 228,079
Outcome 6 208,209 230,699 360 231,059
Administered capital budget (h) 17,100 17,073 - 17,073
Payments to corporate entities (i) 1,925,461 1,957,639 2,769 1,960,408
Annual appropriations—other services—non-operating (j)
Prior year appropriations available (c) 3,952,714 2,155,883 123,105 2,278,988
Administered assets and liabilities (d) 7,090,647 4,620,225 1,290,040 5,910,265
Payments to corporate entities (i) 55,240 41,564 (2,111) 39,453
Annual appropriations—other services—specific payments to States, ACT, NT and local government (j)
Prior year appropriations available (c) 7,716 - - -
Outcome 1 (k) 364,516 499,613 69,426 569,039
Outcome 3 (l) 105,500 29,000 97,500 126,500
Total administered annual appropriations 15,745,770 11,750,142 1,571,762 13,321,904
Total administered special appropriations (m) 2,753,892 1,531,964 (14,245) 1,517,719
Special accounts (m)(n)
Opening balance 11,941 2,849 1,363 4,212
Appropriation receipts 112,956 95,954 470 96,424
Non-appropriation receipts 280,808 287,199 (6,754) 280,445
Total special accounts receipts 405,705 386,002 (4,921) 381,081
less administered appropriations drawn from annual/ special appropriations and credited to special accounts (112,956) (95,954) (470) (96,424)
less payments to corporate entities from annual/special appropriations (384,706) (398,770) (10,699) (409,469)
Total administered resourcing 18,407,705 13,173,384 1,541,427 14,714,811
Total resourcing 18,894,677 13,672,247 1,560,519 15,232,766
Actual
2018–19
2019–20
Average staffing level (number) 1,423 1,473

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.

Notes:

  1. ‘Estimate as at Budget’ includes measures included in the Explanatory Memorandum to the 2019–20 Appropriation Bills No. 1 and 2.
  2. Appropriation Act (No. 1) 2019–20 and Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2019–20.
  3. Includes unspent appropriations available from prior years. Excludes amounts subject to quarantine by the Department of Finance or withheld under section 51 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act).
  4. Excludes amounts that are considered not for publication.
  5. Estimated external revenue receipts under section 74 of the PGPA Act.
  6. Departmental capital budgets are not separately identified in Appropriation Act (No.1) and form part of ordinary annual services items. Please refer to Table 3.6 for further details. For accounting purposes, this amount has been designated as a ‘contribution by owner’.
  7. The Department of Health received $53.1m under a section 75 determination in 2019–20. This relates to Administered Outcome 3.
  8. Administered capital budgets are not separately identified in Appropriation Act (No. 1) and form part of ordinary annual services items. Please refer to Table 3.11 for further details. For accounting purposes, this amount is designated as a ‘contribution by owner’.
  9. ‘Corporate entities’ are corporate Commonwealth entities and Commonwealth companies as defined under the PGPA Act.
  10. Appropriation Act (No. 2) 2019–20 and Appropriation Bill (No. 4) 2019–20.
  11. Relates to appropriations sought for payment to the State, ACT, NT and local governments in Appropriation Act (No.2) 2019–20. Outcome 1—Program 1.1: Infrastructure Investment includes the Roads to Recovery program under the Roads to Recovery Funding Conditions 2014 with payments of: $8.0m (ACT); $173.1m (NSW); $14.5m (NT); $118.4m (QLD); $53.8m (SA); $16.8m (TAS); $111.3m (VIC); and $73.1m (WA). Information on the terms and conditions can be found in the determination, Roads to Recovery Funding Conditions 2014 at https://investment.infrastructure.gov.au/files/roads_to_recovery_funding_conditions/R2R_Funding_Conditions_2009_2014.pdf.
  12. Relates to appropriations sought for payment to the State, ACT, NT and local governments in Appropriation Act (No.2) 2019–20. Outcome 3—Program 3.1: Regional Development includes the Drought Communities Programme with payments of: $25.7m (ACT); $43.5m (NSW); $14.5m (QLD); $28.3m (SA); $3.0m (TAS); and $11.6m (VIC). Information on the terms and conditions can be found in investment.infrastructure.gov.au/funding/dcp/index.aspx. Terms and conditions are determined/made under authority from Financial Management and Accountability Regulations 1997 in Schedule 1AA.
  13. For further information on special appropriations and special accounts, please refer to Budget Paper No. 4—Agency Resourcing and Table 3.1. Please also see Section 2 for further information on outcome and expenses broken down by various funding sources, for example, annual appropriations, special appropriations and special accounts.
  14. Excludes trust moneys held in Services for Other Entities and Trust Moneys (SOETM) and other special accounts.

Third party payments from and on behalf of other entities

Actual
available
appropriation

2018–19
$'000
Estimate
as at
Budget (a)

2019–20
$'000
+Proposed
Additional
Estimates

2019–20
$'000
=Total
estimate at
Additional
Estimates
2019–20
$'000
Receipts received from other entities for the provision of services (disclosed above in s74 external revenue section above)
Australian Transport Safety Bureau 2,354 2,501 (77) 2,424
Payments made by other entities on behalf of the Department (disclosed above within administered appropriations)
Services Australia (a) 224,176 224,536 1,200 225,736
Payments made to corporate entities within the portfolio (b)
Australian Maritime Safety Authority 201,388 207,799 (103) 207,696
Australia Council 208,186 212,122 - 212,122
Australian Broadcasting Corporation 1,045,911 1,062,265 - 1,062,265
Australian Film, Television and Radio School 22,584 22,605 - 22,605
Australian National Maritime Museum 29,236 24,370 - 24,370
Civil Aviation Safety Authority 168,328 175,876 10,802 186,678
Infrastructure Australia 11,514 11,560 - 11,560
National Film and Sound Archive of Australia 27,443 25,243 - 25,243
National Gallery of Australia 73,879 66,828 - 66,828
National Library of Australia 65,071 64,528 (499) 64,029
National Museum of Australia 47,076 46,524 - 46,524
National Portrait Gallery of Australia 11,876 11,844 - 11,844
National Transport Commission 3,476 3,535 - 3,535
Old Parliament House (c) 19,847 18,303 (10,676) 7,627
Screen Australia 11,335 11,331 - 11,331
Special Broadcasting Service Corporation 281,726 290,054 - 290,054
Total payments to corportate entities 2,228,876 2,254,787 (476) 2,254,311

Notes:

  1. Payments relate to the Bass Strait Passenger Vehicle Equalisation Scheme and Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme administered items.
  2. ‘Corporate entities’ are corporate Commonwealth entities and Commonwealth companies as defined under the PGPA Act.
  3. Figures provided for Old Parliament House reflect part year funding to the point of the Administrative Arrangement Order (AAO) change effective from 1 Sept 2019, at which point the agency transferred to the Prime Minister and Cabinet portfolio.

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