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Outcome 7: Financial Resources Summary

   
(A) Budget Estimate 2004-05 $’000

 

(B) Actual
2004-05
$’000
Variation
(Column B
minus
Column A)
$’000
Administered Expenses
  Administered Expenses
  Administered Item 1: Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander Health
  Appropriation Bill 1/3
287,096
265,452
(21,644)
   
287,096
265,452
(21,644)
Total Administered Expenses
287,096
265,452
(21,644)
Departmental Appropriations      
  Output Group 1 - Policy Advice
9,020
14,799
5,779
  Output Group 2 - Program Management
27,059
20,714
(6,345)
Total price of departmental outputs
(total revenue from Government & other sources)
36,079
35,513
(566)
  Total revenue from Government (appropriations)
contributing to price of departmental outputs
36,079
35,274
(805)
  Total revenue from other sources
239
239
Total price of departmental outputs
(total revenue from Government & other sources)
36,079
35,513
(566)
Total estimated resourcing for Outcome 7
(total price of outputs & admin expenses)
323,175
300,965
(22,210)
Average Staffing Level (Number)
Department
310.0
291.3
-18.7



Note: The 2005-06 budget has not been provided. The Department of Health and Ageing has moved to a new Outcome structure for 2005-06 and is no longer appropriated under the 2004-05 Outcome structure. Accurate allocation of 2005-06 funding against the 2004-05 Outcome structure is not available and inclusion of notional allocations could be misleading to the reader.

1. Budgets taken from 2005-06 PBS and re-aligned to 2004-05 Outcome Structure.




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