Australian Government, 2010‑11 Budget
Budget

Statement 6:
Expenses and Net Capital Investment
(Continued)

Appendix A: Expense by function and sub‑function

Note: Caution should be exercised in comparing 2008‑09 data with the forward years as reclassifications arising as a result of improved reporting as part of the Operation Sunlight reforms have produced structural breaks in the data for some functions and sub‑functions.

Table A1: Estimates of expenses by function and sub‑function

Table A1: Estimates of expenses by function and sub-function

Table A1: Estimates of expenses by function and sub‑function (continued)

Table A1: Estimates of expenses by function and sub-function (continued)

Table A1: Estimates of expenses by function and sub‑function (continued)

Table A1: Estimates of expenses by function and sub-function (continued)

  1. The estimated financial impact of premium growth on the forward estimates for the Private Health Insurance Rebate has been allocated to the Contingency Reserve, due to commercial sensitivities.
  2. The relevant agreement expired in 2008‑09.
  3. The name of this sub‑function has been changed from 'National healthcare specific purpose payment' to better reflect the 2010 COAG health and hospitals reform. However the National healthcare specific purpose payment will remain in place for the 2009‑10 and 2010‑11 financial years. Western Australia will continue to receive the National Healthcare Specific Purpose Payment whilst it is not a signatory to the National Health and Hospitals Network.
  4. 'Health assistance to the aged' sub‑function has been reclassified as 'assistance to the aged' sub‑function (social security and welfare function) from 2009‑10 onwards.
  5. 'Common youth allowance' sub‑function has been reclassified as 'student assistance' sub‑function (education function) and "assistance to the unemployed' sub‑function (social security and welfare function) from 2009‑10 onwards.
  6. Most road and rail funding from 2009‑10 is currently classified under the road transport sub‑function and will be reclassified between the road and rail transport sub‑functions as programs of work are determined.

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