Entity resource and outcome statements

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​​​TABLE 22 Entity resource statement, 2015–16

Actual available appropriation for 2015–16
$’000

Payments made
2015–16

$’000

Balance remaining
2015–16
$’000

(a)

(b)

(a)–(b)

Ordinary annual services1

Departmental appropriation

Prior year departmental appropriation

44 553

40 799

3 754

Departmental appropriation2

331 840

286 864

44 976

s. 74 retained revenue receipts

28 917

28 917

s. 75 transfers

16 620

16 545

75

Total

421 930

373 125

48 805

Administered expenses

Outcome 1

112 945

75 410

s. 74 retained revenue receipts

1 567

1 567

Prior year available

39 084

29 255

Section 51 determinations

(8 613)

Outcome 2

25 629

21 507

s. 74 retained revenue receipts

22

22

Prior year available

376

294

Section 51 determinations

(877)

Outcome 3

s. 75 transfers

315 885

115 799

s. 74 retained revenue receipts

38

38

Prior year s. 75 transfers

25 852

Section 51 determinations

(200 769)

Total

311 139

243 892

Total ordinary annual services

A

733 069

617 017

Other services3

Administered expenses

Specific payments to States, ACT, NT and local government

Outcome 3 – National Urban Water and Desalination Plan

3 400

3 400

s. 75 transfers

2 100

2 100

Prior year s. 75 transfers

5 500

Section 51 determinations

(5 500)

Total

5 500

5 500

Departmental non-operating

Opening balance

320

80

240

Equity injections

6 055

1 692

4 363

Total

6 375

1 772

4 603

Administered non-operating

Administered assets and liabilities

250 000

225 000

25 000

Prior year available

185 000

185 000

s. 75 transfers

61 746

12 641

49 105

Prior year s.75 transfers

37 780

37 780

Total

534 526

237 641

296 885

Total other services

B

546 401

244 913

Total available annual appropriations

(A+B)

1 279 470

861 930

Special appropriations

Special appropriations limited by criteria/entitlement

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Administration) Act 1992—s. 58 (6) amount payable to the APVMA

34 195

Australian Animal Health Council (Live-stock Industries) Funding Act 1996, s. 5

7 825

Australian Grape and Wine Authority Act 2013,
s. 32—payments to the Authority

28 989

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 63(2)—payments to the industry marketing body

83 173

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 64(2)—payments to the industry research body

27 864

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997, s. 64A(2)—payments to the livestock export marketing body

4 378

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997, s. 64B(2)—payments to the livestock export research body

877

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997, s. 64C(2)—payments to the meat processor marketing body

7 092

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997, s. 64D(2) – payments to the meat processor research body

12 783

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 66(1)—Commonwealth contribution to industry research body

45 672

Dairy Produce Act 1986, s. 6(1)

57 691

Egg Industry Service Provision Act 2002, s. 8(1)

8 611

Farm Household Support Act 1992—s. 57(3)
[* Repealed by Act 13 of 2014 *]

3

Farm Household Support Act 2014, s. 105—Payments for Farm Household Allowance

57 431

Forestry Marketing and Research and Development Services Act 2007, s. 9(1) payments and matching payments to an industry services body and Commonwealth administration expenses

9 028

Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services Act 2000, s. 16(9)

93 620

Pig Industry Act 2001, s. 10(1)

19 793

Plant Health Australia (Plant Industries) Funding Act 2002, s. 6

1 815

Plant Health Australia (Plant Industries) Funding Act 2002, s. 10B

3 230

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Cotton R&D Corporation

11 399

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Grains R&D Corporation—Other Grains

86 438

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Grains R&D Corporation—Wheat

91 618

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Rural Industries R&D Corporation

7 433

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30A(3) and s. 30B(9)—Fisheries R&D Corporation

20 123

Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013, s. 58—National Residue Survey, Departmental

14 500

Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013, s. 77—Repayments

1 098

Sugar Research and Development Services Act 2013, s. 7—payment to the sugar industry services body

30 400

Wool Services Privatisation Act 2000,
s. 31(4)

65 013

Total special appropriations

C

832 092

832 092

Special Accounts4

Opening balance

67 514

Appropriation receipts5

133 022

Non-appropriation receipts to Special Accounts

433 136

Payments made

539 603

Total Special Accounts

D

633 672

539 603

94 069

Total resourcing (A+B+C+D)

2 745 234

2 233 625

Less appropriations drawn from annual or special appropriations above and credited to Special Accounts and/or payments to corporate entities through annual and special appropriations5

429 480

429 480

Total net resourcing for Agriculture

2 315 754

1 804 145

1. Appropriation Acts (Nos.1 and 3) 2015–16. This also includes prior year departmental appropriation, s. 74 retained revenue receipts,
s. 75 transfers and s. 51 determinations.
2. Includes an amount of $9.9 million in 2015–16 for the Departmental Capital Budget. For accounting purposes this amount has been
designated as ‘contributions by owners’.
3. Appropriation Acts (Nos.2 and 4) 2015–16. This also includes prior year administered appropriation, s. 75 transfers and s. 51 determinations.
4. Does not include ‘Special Public Money’ held in Services for Other Entities and Trust Moneys Special accounts (SOETM).
5. Appropriation receipts from the department’s annual appropriations for 2015–16 are included above.

TABLE 23 Expenses for Outcome 1, 2015–16

Outcome 1: More sustainable, productive, internationally competitive and profitable Australian agricultural, food and fibre industries through policies and initiatives that promote better resource management practices, innovation, self-reliance and improved access to international markets.

Budget*
2015–16

$’000
(a)

Actual
Expenses
2015–16
$’000
(b)

Variation
2015–16

$’000
(a) – (b)

Program 1.1: Agriculture Adaptation

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

Clean Energy Future—Creating Opportunities on the Land—extending the benefits of the Carbon Farming Initiative

17 550

14 632

2 918

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

7 202

7 898

(696)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

156

401

(245)

Total for Program 1.1

24 908

22 931

1 977

Program 1.2: Sustainable Management – Natural Resources

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

A More Competitive and Sustainable Fisheries Sector—Recognise OceanWatch as a Natural Resource Management Group

600

600

Stronger Farmers, Stronger Economy—strengthening research, skills and management of natural resources—Pest Animal and Weed Management

920

(920)

National Landcare Program

5 862

5 862

National Landcare Program transfer to Special Account

(5 862)

(5 862)

Special Accounts

Natural Resources Management Account—s. 80, PGPA Act 2013
[s. 11, Natural Resources Management (Financial Assistance) Act 1992]

5 862

10 627

(4 765)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

11 107

9 234

1 873

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

271

243

28

Total for Program 1.2

17 840

21 624

(3 784)

Program 1.3: Forestry Industry

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

Forestry Marketing and Research and Development Services Act 2007,s. 9(1) payments and matching payments to an industry services body and Commonwealth administration expenses

8 816

9 767

(951)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

6 064

4 702

1 362

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

175

190

(15)

Total for Program 1.3

15 055

14 659

396

Program 1.4: Fishing Industry

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

A More Competitive and Sustainable Fisheries Sector—Support for Recreational and Commercial Fishing Peak Bodies

300

300

Fisheries Resources Research Fund

382

381

1

Special appropriations

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30A(3) and s. 30B(9)—Fisheries R&D Corporation

19 048

20 495

(1 447)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

8 990

8 650

340

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

246

325

(79)

Total for Program 1.4

28 966

30 151

(1 186)

Program 1.5: Horticulture Industry

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

Horticulture Marketing and Research and Development Services Act 2000, s. 16(9)

86 396

95 887

(9 491)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

1 573

1 052

521

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

45

41

4

Total for Program 1.5

88 014

96 980

(8 966)

Program 1.6: Wool Industry

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

Wool Services Privatisation Act 2000, s. 31(4)

54 500

63 754

(9 254)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

979

737

242

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

22

36

(14)

Total for Program 1.6

55 501

64 527

(9 026)

Program 1.7: Grains Industry

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Grains R&D Corporation—Other Grains

74 972

87 542

(12 570)

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Grains R&D Corporation—Wheat

107 594

93 203

14 391

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

1 840

1 377

463

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

54

61

(7)

Total for Program 1.7

184 460

182 183

2 277

Program 1.8: Dairy Industry

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

Dairy Produce Act 1986,s. 6(1)

56 246

57 593

(1 347)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

988

912

76

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

24

60

(36)

Total for Program 1.8

57 258

58 565

(1 307)

Program 1.9: Meat and Livestock Industry

Administered expenses

Special appropriations

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 63(2)—payments to the industry marketing body

66 293

83 394

(17 101)

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 64(2)—payments to the industry research body

22 261

27 989

(5 728)

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 64A(2)—payments to the livestock export marketing body

5 188

4 328

860

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 64B(2)—payments to the livestock export research body

1 039

867

172

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 64C(2)—payments to the meat processor marketing body

6 294

7 017

(723)

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 64D(2)—payments to the meat processor research body

11 190

12 647

(1 457)

Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act 1997,
s. 66(1)—Commonwealth contribution to industry research body

48 983

45 871

3 112

Pig Industry Act 2001, s. 10(1)

19 425

19 351

74

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

789

987

(198)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

22

(22)

Total for Program 1.9

181 462

202 473

(21 011)

Program 1.10: Agricultural Resources

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

A Competitive Agriculture Sector—Boosting Farm Profits Through Rural Research and Development

29 295

29 293

2

A Competitive Agriculture Sector—Improved Access to Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals

1 718

1 698

20

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Minor Use Program

143

143

Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation

8 628

8 628

Stronger Farmers, Stronger Economy—a fairer go for farm businesses—farm co-operatives and collaboration pilot

700

(700)

Special appropriations

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Administration) Act 1992s. 58 (6) amount payable to the APVMA

30 721

29 741

980

Australian Grape and Wine Authority Act 2013, s. 32—payments to the Authority

30 843

29 283

1 560

Egg Industry Service Provision Act 2002, s. 8(1)

8 870

9 191

(321)

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Cotton R&D Corporation

8 804

12 107

(3 303)

Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989, s. 30(3)—Rural Industries R&D Corporation

7 678

7 183

495

Sugar Research and Development Services Act 2013, s. 7—payment to the sugar industry services body

27 723

30 968

(3 245)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

Write-down and impairment of assets

502

(502)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

56 963

47 143

9 820

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

1 758

2 069

(311)

Total for Program 1.10

213 144

208 649

4 495

Program 1.11: Drought Programs

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

Drought relief package—concessional loans—administration

3 750

659

3 091

Drought recovery concessional loans scheme—administration

2 500

160

2 340

Special appropriations

Farm Household Support Act 1992 – s 57(3) [*Repealed by Act 13 of 2014 *]

3

(3)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

Drought Recovery—concessional loans—discount expenses

2 633

2 633

Drought relief package—concessional loans—administration

1 320

(1 320)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

2 121

1 731

390

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

65

62

3

Total for Program 1.11

11 069

3 935

7 134

Program 1.12: Rural Programs

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

Rural Financial Counselling Service

16 094

16 053

41

Stronger Farmers, Stronger Economy—new drought management framework—managing farm risk program

9

(9)

Special appropriations

Farm Household Support Act 2014, s. 105—payments for Farm                                      Household Allowance

117 430

57 221

60 209

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

Write-down and impairment of assets

1 545

(1 545)

Farm Finance—concessional loans scheme—administration

1 550

(1 550)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

10 821

10 377

444

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

193

428

(235)

Total for Program 1.12

144 538

87 183

57 354

Program 1.13: International Market Access

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

Agriculture Advancing Australia—International Agricultural Cooperation

317

107

210

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

12 540

13 791

(1 251)

Indonesia–Australia Red Meat and Cattle Partnership

3 495

864

2 631

International Organisations Contributions

1 827

1 917

(90)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

28 581

31 950

(3 369)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

632

954

(322)

Total for Program 1.13

47 392

49 583

(2 191)

Outcome 1: Totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

105 001

96 717

8 284

Special appropriations

820 314

805 402

14 912

Special Accounts

5 862

10 627

(4 765)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

2 633

 4 917

(2 284)

Less amounts transferred within the department

(5 862)

(5 862)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation1,2

138 018

126 750

11 268

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year3

3 639

4 892

(1 253)

Total expenses for Outcome 1

1 069 605

1 043 443

26 162

2014–15

2015–16

Average Staffing Level (number)

598

607

* Original budget as presented in the 2015–16 Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS).
1.   Departmental Appropriation combines Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No. 1) and Retained Revenue Receipts under
section 74 of the PGPA Act 2013.
2.   Departmental appropriation allocations are notional and reflect the current structure of the department.
3.   Departmental ‘Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year’ is made up of depreciation expenses, amortisation expense,
write down and impairment of assets and resources received free of charge.

TABLE 24 Expenses for Outcome 2, 2015–16

Outcome 2: Safeguard Australia's animal and plant health status to maintain overseas markets and protect the economy and environment from the impact of exotic pests and diseases, through risk assessment, inspection and certification, and the implementation of emergency response arrangements for Australian agricultural, food and fibre industries.

Budget* 
2015–16

$'000
(a)

Actual
Expenses
2015–16
$'000
(b)

Variation 
2015–16

$'000
(a) – (b)

Program 2.1: Biosecurity and Export Services

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

A Competitive Agriculture Sector—support for small exporters

513

2 343

(1 830)

Stronger Farmers, Stronger Economy—improvements to access premium markets—Improve Biosecurity

2 529

(2 529)

Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk and Research

1 782

1 793

(11)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

National Residue Survey Account—s. 80, PGPA Act 2013, [s. 6, National Residue Survey Administration Act 1992]

9 081

10 580

(1 499)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

143 891

150 247

(6 356)

Special Accounts

Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service Special Account—s. 78, PGPA Act 2013

360 307

407 311

(47 004)

National Residue Survey Account—s. 80, PGPA Act 2013 [s. 6, National Residue Survey Administration Act 1992]

10 389

10 741

(352)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

10 146

19 877

(9 731)

Total for Program 2.1

536 110

605 421

(69 311)

Program 2.2: Plant and Animal Health

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

A Competitive Agriculture Sector—Stronger Biosecurity and Quarantine Arrangements

1 653

1 611

42

A Competitive and Sustainable Fisheries Sector—Review of Invasive Marine Pests

1 119

279

840

Animal Biosecurity and Response Reform

947

955

(8)

Commonwealth membership of Animal Health Australia and Plant Health Australia

2 065

2 080

(15)

International Organisations Contribution—World Organisation for Animal Health

241

250

(9)

Outcome 2: Safeguard Australia's animal and plant health status to maintain overseas markets and protect the economy and environment from the impact of exotic pests and diseases, through risk assessment, inspection and certification, and the implementation of emergency response arrangements for Australian agricultural, food and fibre industries.

Budget* 
2015–16

$'000
(a)

Actual
Expenses
2015–16
$'000
(b)

Variation 
2015–16

$'000
(a) – (b)

Other Exotic Disease Preparedness Program

623

623

Payment to CSIRO—Contribution to the operating costs of the Australian Animal Health Laboratory

7 928

7 928

Plant Biosecurity and Response Reform

1 334

1 385

(51)

Stronger Farmers, Stronger Economy—strengthening research, skills and management of natural resources—Emergency Response Exotic Pest and Disease Incursions—Immediate Assistance Fund

1 489

(1 489)

Special appropriations

Australian Animal Health Council (Live–stock Industries) Funding Act 1996, s. 5

6 361

7 886

(1 526)

Plant Health Australia (Plant Industries) Funding Act 2002, s. 6

1 763

1 834

(71)

Plant Health Australia (Plant Industries) Funding Act 2002, s. 10B

3 720

3 275

445

Departmental expenses 

Departmental appropriation

41 186

28 004

13 182

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

1 035

1 013

22

Total for Program 2.2

69 974

58 612

11 362

Outcome 2: Totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses 

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

18 205

23 265

(5 060)

Special appropriations

11 844

12 995

(1 151)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

9 081

10 580

(1 499)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation12

185 077

178 251

6 826

Special Accounts

370 697

418 052

(47 355)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year3

11 180

20 890

(9 710)

Total expenses for Outcome 2

606 084

664 033

(57 949)

  

 

2014–15

2015–16

 

Average Staffing Level (number)

3 460

3 505

 

* Original budget as presented in the 2015–16 Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS).
1 Departmental Appropriation combines Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No. 1) and Retained Revenue Receipts under section 74 of the PGPA Act 2013.
2 Departmental appropriation allocations are notional and reflect the current structure of the department.
3 Departmental ‘Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year’ is made up of depreciation expenses, amortisation expense, write down and impairment of assets and resources received free of charge.

TABLE 25 Expenses for Outcome 3, 2015–16

Outcome 3: Improve the health of rivers and freshwater ecosystems and water use efficiency through implementing water reforms, and ensuring enhanced sustainability, efficiency and productivity in the management and use of water resources.

Budget*
2015–16

$’000
(a)

Actual
Expenses
2015–16
$’000
(b)

Variation
2015–16

$’000
(a) – (b)

Program 3.1: Water Reform

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

Commonwealth Contribution under the Murray–Darling Basin

8 803

7 492

1 311

National Urban Water and Desalination Plan

7 248

6 658

590

Stronger Farmers, Stronger Economy—National Water Infrastructure Development Fund

4 000

(4 000)

Sustainable Rural Water Use and Infrastructure

288 834

108 233

180 601

Other services (Appropriation Act No. 2)

National Urban Water and Desalination Plan

2 100

5 500

(3 400)

Special appropriation

Water Act 2007

38 175

2 580

35 595

Transfer to special account

(38 175)

(2 580)

(35 595)

Special Accounts

WELS Account—s. 80 PGPA Act 2013 [s. 64(1) Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards Act 2005]

1 571

765

806

Water for the Environment Special Account—s.80 PGPA Act 2013 [s. 86AB Water Act 2007]

38 175

2 580

35 595

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

7 758

86 419

(78 661)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation

18 461

19 476

(1 015)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

563

(563)

Total for Program 3.1

372 950

241 686

131 264

Outcome 3: Totals by appropriation type

Administered expenses

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 1)

304 885

126 383

178 502

Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Act No. 2)

2 100

5 500

(3 400)

Special accounts

39 746

3 345

36 401

Special appropriations

38 175

2 580

35 595

Less amounts transferred within the department

(38 175)

(2 580)

(35 595)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year

7 758

86 419

(78 661)

Departmental expenses

Departmental appropriation1,2

18 461

19 476

(1 015)

Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year3

563

(563)

Total expenses for Outcome 3

372 950

241 686

131 264

2014–15

2015–16

Average Staffing Level (number)

116

* Budget transferred as per s.75 transfers.
1. Departmental Appropriation combines Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Acts No. 1) and Retained Revenue Receipts under section 74 of the PGPA Act 2013.
2. Departmental appropriation allocations are notional and reflect the current structure of the department.
3. Departmental ‘Expenses not requiring appropriation in the Budget year’ is made up of depreciation expenses, amortisation expense, write down and impairment of assets and resources received free of charge.

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