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  APPENDIX 2  

RESOURCES SUMMARY

Table 10. Financial and staffing resources summary

  1998–99 Actual ($’000) 1999–2000 Budget and Additional Estimates ($’000) 1999–2000 Actual ($’000)
Administered items      
Administered expenses 118 128 129 538 186 551
Departmental outputs      
Revenue from Government 531 040 636 911 611 726
Revenue from other sources 68 358 70 064 37 905
Total price of departmental outputs 599 398 706 975 649 631
Total resourcing of outputs      
(Administered expenses and total price of departmental outputs) 717 526 836 513 836 182
       
  1998–99 Actual   1999–2000 Actual
Average staffing level (number) * 3 582   3 485.3

*Includes overseas locally engaged staff

Table 11. Price of departmental outputs by outcome

  Description 1998–99 Actual ($’000) 1999–2000 Actual ($’000)
Outcome 1 Australia’s national interests protected and advanced through contributions to international security, national economic and trade performance and global cooperation 425 573 452 813
Outcome 2 Australians informed about and provided access to consular and passport services in Australia and overseas 113 886 133 462
Outcome 3 Public understanding in Australia and overseas of Australia’s foreign and trade policy and a positive image of Australia internationally 59 939 63 356

Table 12. Reconcilation of outcomes and appropriation and revenue elements for 1999–2000

         
  Outcome 1 ($’000) Outcome 2 ($’000) Outcome 3 ($’000) Total ($’000)
Appropriation Bills Nos. 1 & 3 555 919 132 105 69 412 757 436
Appropriation Bills Nos. 2 & 4 16 120 1 708 4 453 22 281
Special appropriations 0 0 0 0
Advance from the Minister for Finance 9 000 13 0 9 013
Revenue from other sources 26 912 7 202 3 791 37 905

Table 13. Financial and staffing resources summary for outcome 1

Australia’s national interests protected and advanced through contributions to international security, national economic and trade performance and global cooperation

  Budget 1999–2000 ($’000) Actual expenses 1999–2000 ($’000) Variation (expenses less budget) ($’000) Current budget 2000–01 ($’000)
Administered expenses        
Contributions to international organisations 105 187 101 183 (4 004) 103 499
Export Finance and Insurance Corporation 16 640 70 266 53 626 15 500
Compensation for detriment caused by defective administration 54 0 (54) 54
Total administered expenses 121 881 171 449 49 568 119 053
Price of departmental outputs        
Output 1.1—Protection and advancement of Australia’s international interests through the diplomatic network and Canberra-based activity 249 967 242 161 (7 806) 273 187
Output 1.2—Provision of policy advice and analysis to portfolio ministers 47 650 46 151 (1 499) 51 461
Output 1.3—Secure government communications and security of overseas missions 65 442 63 433 (2 009) 76 556
Output 1.4—International services to other agencies in Australia and overseas (including Parliament, state representatives, business and other organisations) 78 220 72 425 (5 795) 19 098
Output 1.5—Services to diplomatic and consular representatives in Australia 1 759 1 730 (29) 2 120
Revenue from Government (appropriation) for departmental outputs 443 038 425 901 (17 137) 422 422
Revenue from other sources 49 745 26 912 (22 833) 66 560
Total price of departmental outputs 492 783 452 813 (39 970) 488 982
Total resourcing for outcome 1 (Price of departmental outputs plus administered expenses) 614 664 624 262 9 598 608 035
1999–2000 (Actual)     2000–01
Average staffing level (number) * 2 490.8     2 450.1

*Includes overseas locally engaged staff

Table 14. Financial and staffing resources summary for outcome 2

Australians informed about and provided access to consular and passport services in Australia and overseas

  Budget 1999–2000 ($’000) Actual expenses 1999–2000 ($’000) Variation (expenses less budget) ($’000) Current budget 2000–01 ($’000)
Administered expenses        
Emergency advances to Australian travellers 188 104 (84) 175
Total administered expenses 188 104 (84) 175
Price of departmental outputs        
Output 2.1—Consular and passport services 131 930 126 260 (5 670) 135 694
Revenue from Government (appropriation) for departmental outputs 131 930 126 260 (5 670) 135 694
Revenue from other sources 13 313 7 202 (6 111) 222
Total price of departmental outputs 145 243 133 462 (11 781) 135 916
Total resourcing for outcome 2 (Price of departmental outputs plus administered expenses) 145 431 133 566 (11 865) 136 091
    1999–2000 (Actual) 2000–01
Average staffing level (number) *     659 618.3

*Includes overseas locally engaged staff

Table 15. Financial and staffing resources summary for outcome 3

Public understanding in Australia and overseas of Australia’s foreign and trade policy and a positive image of Australia internationally

  Budget 1999–2000 ($’000) Actual expenses 1999–2000 ($’000) Variation (expenses less budget) ($’000) Current budget 2000–01 ($’000)
Administered expenses        
Grants and contributions 01 5 038 5 038 3 547
Grawemeyer Award 41 2 (39) 0
Olympic torch relay 02 2 531 2 531 0
Participation at Expo 2000, Germany 7 428 7 428 0 750
Total administered expenses 7 469 14 999 7 530 4 297
Price of departmental outputs        
Output 3.1—Public information services        
and public diplomacy 61 943 59 565 (2 378) 50 337
Revenue from Government (appropriation) for departmental outputs 61 943 59 565 (2 378) 50 337
Revenue from other sources 7 006 3 791 (3 215) 0
Total price of departmental outputs 68 949 63 356 (5 593) 50 337
Total resourcing for outcome 3        
(Price of departmental outputs plus administered expenses) 76 418 78 354 1 936 54 634
         
      1999–2000 (Actual) 2000–01
Average staffing level (number) *     335.5 326.2

*Includes overseas locally engaged staff

Note: Budget figures for 1999–2000 include Appropriation Bills 1 and 3 and advances from the Minister for Finance.

In 1999–2000 the department spent approximately $357.067 million on the direct costs of operation of our overseas posts network, with the majority of this expenditure occurring overseas. This represents some 56.06 per cent of departmental appropriations ($636.911 million).

1 $3.554 million received as an equity injection
2 $2.531 million received as part of outcome 1 administered appropriation


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