2.1: Appropriations and other resources
The total appropriation for the Treasury in the 2005-06 Budget is $38,906.6 million.
Table 2.1 shows the total resources from all origins for 2005-06, including appropriations. The table summarises how revenue will be applied by outcome, administered and departmental classification.
Table 2.1: Appropriations and other revenue 2005-061 (‘000)
1 This table has been redesigned to correspond with Budget Paper No. 4, Agency Resourcing 2005-06.
2 Under the appropriation structure, Bill No. 2 includes Specific Purpose Payments (SPPs), new agency Outcomes (NAOs), administered capital and departmental capital via departmental injections and loans.
3 Estimated expenses from individual Special Appropriations are shown at Section 2, Table 2.5.
4 Total appropriations = Bill No. 1 + Bill No. 2 + Special appropriations.
5 Revenue from other sources includes Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 (FMA) s.31 revenues, that are available to be expensed, special accounts (non-appropriation revenues) and resources received free of charge.
6 Percentage figures indicate the percentage contribution of Revenue from Government (Departmental Appropriations) to the total price of outputs, by outcome, and the percentage contribution of Revenue from other sources (Departmental) to the total price of outputs, by outcome.
7 Total resources = Total appropriations + Revenue from other sources.
Note: Refer to Budgeted departmental statement of financial performance for application of agency revenue.
2.2: 2005-06 Budget measures
Budget measures relating to Treasury as explained in Budget Paper No. 2, Budget Measures 2005-06 are summarised in Table 2.2. The table also identifies the relevant outcomes, administered items and outputs associated with each measure.
Table 2.2: Treasury measures
Note: Further information on these measures can be found in Budget Paper No. 2, Budget Measures 2005-06 and the Measures affecting Outcomes tables on pages 24, 28 and 34. This table shows the resourcing to be provided for these measures and may differ from those in Budget Paper No. 2, Budget Measures 2005-06 and the Measures affecting Outcomes tables as these are on a Government Finance Statistics (GFS) basis.
2.3: Other receipts available to be used
Table 2.3 provides details of other receipts available to be used and includes FMA s.31 receipts, that are available to be spent, special accounts (non-appropriation receipts) and resources received free of charge.
Table 2.3: Other receipts available to be used1
1 This table replaces the former table ‘Receipts from independent sources’. It represents own source receipts available for spending on departmental purposes. There are no Administered receipts that are available to be used.
2.4: Movement of administered funds from 2004-05 to 2005-06
Table 2.4: Movement of administered funds from 2004-05 to 2005-06
This table is not applicable to the Treasury.
2.5: Special appropriations
Table 2.5: Estimates of expenses from special appropriations
This table identifies expenses associated with special appropriations administered by the Treasury.
2.6: Special accounts
Table 2.6: Estimates of special account flows and balances
1 The opening balance for 2005-06 (reference A) is the same as the closing balance for 2004-05 (reference B).
2 The purpose of this special account is for expenditure of monies temporarily held on trust or otherwise for the benefit of a person other than the Australian Government and therefore is not reported under any Outcome.
2.7: Administered capital and departmental equity injections and loans
The Treasury will receive administered capital appropriations of $85.1 million in 2005-06. Of this amount, $82.6 million is funded through special appropriations and $2.5 million through Appropriation Bill No. 2. These capital appropriations relate to financial assets (refer to Table 5.9).
The special appropriation item relates to capital payments for the HIH Assistance Scheme. The Appropriation Bill No. 2 item relates to Australia’s contribution to the International Monetary Fund’s Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility.
The Treasury will receive departmental capital appropriations of $4.243 million. This relates to capital requirements for the Royal Australian Mint of $4.210 million, including $1.5 million for refurbishment, labour force participation modelling of $0.03 million and Hosting of the Group of Twenty (G-20) in 2006 of $0.003 million.