Page Header
Home | Search | Site Map | Help

Previous PageTable Of ContentsNext Page

Statement 6: Expenses and Net Capital Investment

Horizontal Line

Appendix A: Expenses Statistics

Table A1: Total General Government Expenses by Agency(a)

Table A1: Total General Government Expenses by Agency(a) (continued)

(a) Estimates of inter-agency transactions are included in the Whole of Government and inter-agency entity. The entry for each portfolio does not include eliminations for inter-agency transactions within that portfolio. The estimated $17.9 billion of eliminations in the Budget year includes around $12 billion in the Health and Aged Care portfolio, reflecting the grants paid to the Health Insurance Commission; $1.7 billion in the Family and Community Services portfolio, reflecting expenses paid to Centrelink; and $270 million in the Defence portfolio, reflecting expenses paid to the Defence Housing Authority (DHA).

Table A2: Total Departmental Expenses by Agency(a)(b)

Table A2: Total Departmental Expenses by Agency(a)(b) (continued)

Table A2: Total Departmental Expenses by Agency(a)(b) (continued)

(a) Estimates of inter-agency transactions are included in Whole of Government and inter-agency amounts.
(b) The difference between the figures in Table A2 above and the figures in Table A1 equals administered expenses by agency.

Table A3: Estimates of Average Staffing Level (ASL) of Agencies in the Commonwealth General Government Sector

Table A3: Estimates of Average Staffing Level (ASL) of Agencies in the Commonwealth General Government Sector (continued)

Table A3: Estimates of Average Staffing Level (ASL) of Agencies in the Commonwealth General Government Sector (continued)

Table A3: Estimates of Average Staffing Level (ASL) of Agencies in the Commonwealth General Government Sector (continued)

Table A3: Estimates of Average Staffing Level (ASL) of Agencies in the Commonwealth General Government Sector (continued)

(a) AWRAP ASL reflects a large contingent of overseas staff.
(b) The ASL estimate for reserve military forces are based on full time equivalent salaries of reserve personnel.
(c) ASL numbers for Family and Community Services includes the Child Support Agency.
(d) The ATO indicates an increase in ASL of 3244 in 2000-01, which is necessary for the implementation of the Government's tax initiatives under The New Tax System and Business Tax Reform. This increase will be funded significantly by financial contributions from the States and Territories.
Note: This table includes estimates of ASL provided by general government sector agencies. ASL figures reflect the average number of employees receiving salary or wages over the financial year, with adjustments for casual and part-time staff, to show the full time equivalent. This also includes non-uniformed staff and overseas personnel.

Table A4: Estimates of Commonwealth General Government Expenses
by Function and Sub-function

Table A4: Estimates of Commonwealth General Government Expenses
by Function and Sub-function (continued)

Table A4: Estimates of Commonwealth General Government Expenses
by Function and Sub-function (continued)

Note: Lines in italics within sub functions are subtotals of the indented items above.

Table A5: Estimates of Commonwealth General Government Expenses
by Economic Type

Horizontal Line

Previous PageTable Of ContentsNext Page