Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2003
Published 23 May 2002
The Supplementary Estimates detail the changes in appropriations sought by Ministers since the 2001/2002 Estimates of Appropriations. The changes establish new maximum expenses, liabilities or expenditure that can be incurred under each appropriation.
The Public Finance Act 1989 requires that the Supplementary Estimates be laid before the House of Representatives on the introduction of any Appropriation Bill proposing changes to appropriations for a financial year. These Supplementary Estimates accompany the Appropriation (2001/2002 Supplementary Estimates) Bill, which is the second Appropriation Bill relating to the 2001/2002 financial year.
The Supplementary Estimates provide Members of Parliament with details about changes to:
- appropriations for each Vote;
- purpose of appropriations;
- Crown revenue and receipts for each Vote.
Votes that do not require any changes to their Main Estimates appropriations have not been included in this document. However, their appropriation details are provided in the summary tables.