Estimates of appropriations

Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage - Social Services and Community Sector - Estimates 2021/22

Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage#

APPROPRIATION MINISTER(S): Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage (M4), Minister for Broadcasting and Media (M8)

DEPARTMENT ADMINISTERING THE VOTE: Ministry for Culture and Heritage (A12)

RESPONSIBLE MINISTER FOR MINISTRY FOR CULTURE AND HERITAGE: Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage

Overview of the Vote#

The Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage is responsible for appropriations in the Vote for the 2021/22 financial year, covering the following:

  • A total of over $123 million for purchasing services (mainly from arts and heritage Crown entities) for performing arts, museums and archiving, the protection of historic places, and supporting New Zealand films and the arts.
  • A total of nearly $88 million for support to arts, cultural and heritage organisations and creative individuals to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on New Zealand's cultural sector.
  • A total of over $37 million for the New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New Zealand, including $24 million for the New Zealand Premium Drama fund.
  • A total of over $32 million for capital investment in Crown cultural agencies and heritage assets.
  • A total of nearly $31 million for purchasing services (heritage services, policy advice, monitoring of funded agencies and ministerial servicing) from Manatu Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
  • A total of over $10 million for contributions to capital projects at performing arts venues, exhibition venues and buildings where collections will be housed.
  • A total of $9 million to establish a New Zealand Fale Malae.
  • A total of over $5 million for other expenses including development and maintenance of war graves, historic graves and monuments, contribution to Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi commemorations.
  • A total of nearly $4 million for supporting the seismic strengthening of heritage buildings.
  • A total of nearly $2 million for potential payments under indemnities given to domestic screen productions and for the impairment and write-off of debt.
  • A capital investment in a National Erebus Memorial in Auckland of over $1 million.
  • A total of over $800,000 for Cultural Diplomacy International Programme activity.
  • A total of $800,000 for the conservation of newly found taonga tuturu.
  • A capital investment in departmental assets of $430,000.

The Minister for Broadcasting and Media is responsible for appropriations in the Vote for the 2021/22 financial year covering:

  • A total of over $177 million for purchasing public broadcasting services mainly from broadcasting Crown entities.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-4.

Details of Appropriations and Capital Injections#

Annual Appropriations and Forecast Permanent Appropriations#

  2020/21 2021/22
Titles and Scopes of Appropriations by Appropriation Type Final
Budgeted
$000
Estimated
Actual
$000
Budget
$000

Departmental Output Expenses

     

Heritage Services (M4) (A12)

Management of new memorial projects, national monuments, war and historic graves; promotion of cultural events; administration of legislation and grants; and research, writing and publication of New Zealand history and reference works including the on-line encyclopedia of New Zealand.
13,121 13,121 12,733

Total Departmental Output Expenses

13,121 13,121 12,733

Departmental Capital Expenditure

     

Ministry for Culture and Heritage - Capital Expenditure PLA (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to the purchase or development of assets by and for the use of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, as authorised by section 24(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989.
971 971 430

Total Departmental Capital Expenditure

971 971 430

Non-Departmental Output Expenses

     

Management of Historic Places (M4) (A12)

Identification, registration, site recording and associated promotion of the conservation, protection and care of historic places, and purchasing of management services for properties, including maintenance work and provision of access for the public.
20,896 20,896 18,464

Museum Services (M4) (A12)

Collection development, collection management, public programmes and exhibitions, and repatriation of koiwi tangata.
69,027 69,027 52,448

Performing Arts Services (M4) (A12)

Providing opportunities for New Zealand audiences to experience high-quality live symphonic music, ballet and kapa haka performances; supporting the growth of the contemporary music industry; and encouraging participation in and appreciation of these art forms in New Zealand.
32,305 32,305 29,942

Promotion and Support of the Arts and Film (M4) (A12)

Contributing to the development of New Zealand's cultural identity and international profile; supporting access and participation by New Zealanders in the arts; encouraging and recognising innovation and excellence through the support of new work and presentation of New Zealand arts and film to New Zealanders.
57,090 57,090 22,590

Protection of Taonga Tuturu (M4) (A12)

Provision of services by authorised museums under the Protected Objects Act 1975 and conservation of newly found taonga tuturu.
880 880 800

Public Broadcasting Services (M8) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to providing funding for New Zealand television and radio programmes, music, archiving, broadcasting and transmission coverage; maintenance of codes and determination of complaints on broadcasting standards; and funding a national Pacific radio network and international radio and television services to the Pacific.
188,619 188,619 177,234

Total Non-Departmental Output Expenses

368,817 368,817 301,478

Non-Departmental Other Expenses

     

COVID-19 - Cultural Sector Response and Recovery (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to support for national, regional and community arts, cultural, and heritage organisations and individuals to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on New Zealand's cultural sector.
35,257 35,257 84,125

Heritage and Cultural Sector Initiatives (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to contributions to maintain, improve or expand heritage or cultural services in New Zealand.
2,250 2,250 9,000

Impairment of Debt and Debt Write-Offs (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to impairments and write-offs of Crown debt administered by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
1,076 1,076 250

Maintenance of War Graves, Historic Graves and Memorials (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to maintenance of war graves, historic graves and memorials in New Zealand and overseas, and depreciation expenses incurred on Crown-owned assets.
4,764 4,764 5,032

Screen Sector - Payments in Respect of Indemnity Scheme for COVID-19 Loss Events PLA (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to payments by the Crown under indemnities given to domestic screen productions under section 65ZD of the Public Finance Act 1989, as authorised by section 65ZG of that Act.
1,000 1,000 1,692

Treaty of Waitangi Commemorations (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to providing grants towards Treaty of Waitangi commemorations held at Waitangi and within communities elsewhere in New Zealand.
556 556 288

Waitangi National Trust (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to a Crown contribution to support the functions of the Waitangi National Trust.
4,000 4,000 3,600

COVID 19: Transmission and Other Fees on Behalf of Media Organisations (M8) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to paying transmission and other fees that are normally paid by media organisations.
13,353 13,353 -

COVID-19: Cultural Sector Response and Recovery (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to grants and subsidies to national, regional and community arts, cultural, and heritage organisations to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on New Zealand's cultural sector.
12,928 12,928 -

Total Non-Departmental Other Expenses

75,184 75,184 103,987

Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure

     

Development of National Memorials (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to capital expenditure for developing memorials of national and historic significance.
2,130 2,130 1,466

Heritage and Culture Sector Capital (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to capital investment in Crown cultural agencies and heritage assets.
9,750 9,750 32,185

Total Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure

11,880 11,880 33,651

Multi-Category Expenses and Capital Expenditure

     

COVID-19: Media Sector Response and Recovery MCA (M8) (A12)

The single overarching purpose of this appropriation is to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on New Zealand's media sector.
10,849 10,849 -

Non-Departmental Other Expenses

     

Grants and Subsidies

This category is limited to expenses incurred to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on New Zealand's media sector.
6,020 6,020 -

Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure

     

Advances and Investments

This category is limited to providing advances or equity investments and purchasing assets for the purpose of mitigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on New Zealand's media sector.
4,829 4,829 -

Total Multi-Category Expenses and Capital Expenditure

10,849 10,849 -

Total Annual Appropriations and Forecast Permanent Appropriations

480,822 480,822 452,279

Multi-Year Appropriations#

Type, Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriations, Adjustments and Use $000

Departmental Output Expenses

   

Cultural Diplomacy International Programme (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to management and delivery of an international cultural diplomacy programme through a series of projects and activities primarily focused on Asia and other regions where New Zealand is pursuing free trade agreements.

Commences: 01 July 2020

Expires: 30 June 2025
Original Appropriation 8,345
Adjustments to 2019/20 -
Adjustments for 2020/21 (2,217)
Adjusted Appropriation 6,128
Actual to 2019/20 Year End -
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 300
Estimate for 2021/22 821
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 5,007

Non-Departmental Other Expenses

   

Earthquake-prone Heritage Buildings (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to supporting earthquake strengthening of privately-owned heritage buildings.

Commences: 01 July 2020

Expires: 30 June 2024
Original Appropriation 6,750
Adjustments to 2019/20 -
Adjustments for 2020/21 3,480
Adjusted Appropriation 10,230
Actual to 2019/20 Year End -
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 4,642
Estimate for 2021/22 3,611
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 1,977

New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New Zealand (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to providing grant assistance or equity investments for New Zealand screen productions that meet the qualifying tests as determined by the New Zealand Film Commission.

Commences: 01 July 2017

Expires: 30 June 2021
Original Appropriation 63,940
Adjustments to 2019/20 110,518
Adjustments for 2020/21 (3,192)
Adjusted Appropriation 171,266
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 89,452
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 81,814
Estimate for 2021/22 -
Estimated Appropriation Remaining -

New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New Zealand (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to providing grant assistance or equity investments for New Zealand screen productions that meet the qualifying tests as determined by the New Zealand Film Commission.

Commences: 01 July 2021

Expires: 30 June 2025
Original Appropriation 75,500
Adjustments to 2019/20 -
Adjustments for 2020/21 -
Adjusted Appropriation 75,500
Actual to 2019/20 Year End -
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 -
Estimate for 2021/22 37,250
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 38,250

Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF) (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to providing contributions to capital projects at regional cultural and heritage institutions.

Commences: 01 July 2019

Expires: 30 June 2023
Original Appropriation 26,668
Adjustments to 2019/20 19,064
Adjustments for 2020/21 (2,360)
Adjusted Appropriation 43,372
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 17,261
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 8,966
Estimate for 2021/22 10,478
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 6,667

Multi-Year Multi-Category Appropriations#

Title, Overarching Purpose and Period of Appropriations and Type and Scope of Categories Appropriations, Adjustments and Use $000

Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial Services (M4) (A12)

The single overarching purpose of this appropriation is to provide policy advice and other support to Ministers in discharging their policy decision-making and other portfolio responsibilities.

Commences: 01 July 2019

Expires: 30 June 2024
Original Appropriation 51,880
Adjustments to 2019/20 11,128
Adjustments for 2020/21 14,340
Adjusted Appropriation 77,348
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 11,085
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 29,092
Estimate for 2021/22 18,013
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 19,158

Departmental Output Expenses

   

Ministerial Servicing

This category is limited to providing negotiated services to the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage and the Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media.
Original Amount 7,264
Adjustments to 2019/20 (403)
Adjustments for 2020/21 812
Adjusted Amount 7,673
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 1,757
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 1,902
Estimate for 2021/22 1,338
Estimated Amount Remaining 2,676

Monitoring of Funded Agencies

This category is limited to monitoring the Crown's interests in cultural sector agencies.
Original Amount 16,601
Adjustments to 2019/20 (920)
Adjustments for 2020/21 (1,400)
Adjusted Amount 14,281
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 2,433
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 2,561
Estimate for 2021/22 3,121
Estimated Amount Remaining 6,166

Policy Advice

This category is limited to the provision of advice (including second opinion advice and contributions to policy advice led by other agencies) to support decision-making by Ministers on government policy matters relating to arts, culture, heritage and broadcasting.
Original Amount 28,015
Adjustments to 2019/20 12,451
Adjustments for 2020/21 14,928
Adjusted Amount 55,394
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 6,895
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 24,629
Estimate for 2021/22 13,554
Estimated Amount Remaining 10,316

Total Annual Appropriations and Forecast Permanent Appropriations and Multi-Year Appropriations#

  2020/21 2021/22
  Final
Budgeted
$000
Estimated
Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Annual Appropriations and Forecast Permanent Appropriations 480,822 480,822 452,279
Total Forecast MYA Departmental Output Expenses 300 300 821
Total Forecast MYA Non-Departmental Other Expenses 95,422 95,422 51,339
Total Forecast MYA Multi-Category Expenses and Capital Expenditure 29,092 29,092 18,013

Total Annual Appropriations and Forecast Permanent Appropriations and Multi-Year Appropriations

605,636 605,636 522,452

Capital Injection Authorisations#

  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Ministry for Culture and Heritage - Capital Injection (M4) (A12) - - -

Supporting Information#

Part 1 - Vote as a Whole#

1.1 - New Policy Initiatives#

Policy Initiative Appropriation 2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Antarctic Heritage Trust - Remaining Viable from the Impact of COVID-19

Management of Historic Places

Non-Departmental Output Expense
1,400 - - - -
Building a Sustainable and Viable Media Sector

Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial Services (MYMCA)

Policy Advice Departmental Output Expense
2,000 - - - -
Centralising Government Uptake of Media Subscriptions

COVID-19: Media Sector Response and Recovery MCA

Grants and Subsidies

Non-Departmental Other Expense
1,300 - - - -
Creative New Zealand - Retain Core Arts Infrastructure and Deliver Arts Projects in Communities

Promotion and Support of the Arts and Film

Non-Departmental Output Expense
25,000 - - - -
Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund

COVID-19: Cultural Sector Response and Recovery

Non-Departmental Other Expense
60,000 50,000 40,000 - -

Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial Services (MYMCA)

Policy Advice

Departmental Output Expense
5,250 5,250 5,250 - -
Delivery of a Business Case for the Replacement of Te Papa's Spirit Collection Area

Museum Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
- 1,400 - - -
Establishing a New Zealand Fale Malae

Heritage and Cultural Sector Initiatives

Non-Departmental Other Expense
10,000 - - - -
First Media Support Package - Supplementary Fund

COVID-19: Media Sector Response and Recovery MCA

Grants and Subsidies

Non-Departmental Other Expense
1,979 - - - -

COVID-19: Media Sector Response and Recovery MCA

Advances and Investments

Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
9,000 - - - -
Funding Costs Payable by Media Organisations

Public Broadcasting Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
16,500 - - - -

COVID 19: Transmission and Other Fees on Behalf of Media Organisations

Non-Departmental Other Expense
13,400 - - - -
Hokitika Government Building

Heritage and Culture Sector Capital

Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
22,000 - - - -
Investing in Sustainable Journalism

Public Broadcasting Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
10,000 25,000 20,000 - -
Maintaining the Capability of the Royal New Zealand Ballet

Performing Arts Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
- 624 533 - -
Maintaining the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Delivery

Performing Arts Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
- 1,600 1,600 - -
Matauranga Maori Te Awe Kotuku Fund

COVID-19: Cultural Sector Response and Recovery

Non-Departmental Other Expense
9,300 9,300 - - -

Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial Services (MYMCA)

Policy Advice

Departmental Output Expense
400 400 - - -

Heritage Services

Departmental Output Expense
300 300 - - -
Museum Hardship Fund

Museum Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
1,000 1,000 - - -
New Zealand Music Recovery

Performing Arts Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
4,750 2,250 - - -

Public Broadcasting Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
4,056 3,122 - - -
Pasifika Culture and Heritage Fund

COVID-19: Cultural Sector Response and Recovery

Non-Departmental Other Expense
4,000 4,000 4,000 - -
Premium New Zealand Films for International Audiences

Promotion and Support of the Arts and Film

Non-Departmental Output Expense
- 25,000 - - -

New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New Zealand (MYA)

Non-Departmental Other Expense
25,000 - - - -
Radio New Zealand Baseline Funding Increase

Public Broadcasting Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
- 7,250 7,250 7,250 7,250
Retain Core Capability of Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

Management of Historic Places

Non-Departmental Output Expense
2,357 - - - -
Retain The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa's Core Capability

Museum Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
18,000 - - - -
Royal New Zealand Ballet - Surviving the Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Performing Arts Services

Non-Departmental Output Expenses
919 1,017 - - -
Screen Production Fund

Promotion and Support of the Arts and Film

Non-Departmental Output Expense
10,700 - - - -

Public Broadcasting Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
8,000 - - - -
Screen Sector Indemnity Scheme

Screen Sector - Payments in Respect of Indemnity Scheme for COVID-19 Loss Events PLA

Non-Departmental Other Expense
1,000 1,692 - - -
Strengthening and Adapting Turnbull House

Management of Historic Places

Non-Departmental Output Expense
- 250 - - -
Supporting a Strong RNZ

Public Broadcasting Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
- 900 - - -
Te Matatini - Seeking Funding for COVID-19 Related Costs

Performing Arts Services

Non-Departmental Output Expense
2,250 - - - -
Waitangi National Trust - Surviving the Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Waitangi National Trust

Non-Departmental Other Expense
4,000 - - - -
Waitangi National Trust COVID-19 Recovery

Waitangi National Trust

Non-Departmental Other Expense
- 3,600 - - -
Total Initiatives   273,861 143,955 78,633 7,250 7,250

Summary of Financial Activity

  2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25
  Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated
Actual
$000
Departmental
Transactions
Budget
$000
Non-
Departmental
Transactions
Budget
$000
Total
Budget
$000
Estimated
$000
Estimated
$000
Estimated
$000

Appropriations

                       
Output Expenses 244,829 242,852 259,211 291,589 382,238 382,238 13,554 301,478 315,032 298,144 274,082 274,082
Benefits or Related Expenses - - - - - - N/A - - - - -
Borrowing Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Expenses 39,118 67,115 44,733 69,563 170,606 170,606 - 155,326 155,326 68,214 25,237 24,737
Capital Expenditure 36,628 16,770 14,315 13,332 12,851 12,851 430 33,651 34,081 15,004 11,198 11,198
Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure - - - - - - - N/A - - - -
Multi-Category Expenses and Capital Expenditure (MCA)                        
Output Expenses 6,262 6,939 9,257 11,085 39,941 39,941 18,013 - 18,013 9,600 9,558 9,550
Other Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Capital Expenditure - - - - - - N/A - - - - -

Total Appropriations

326,837 333,676 327,516 385,569 605,636 605,636 31,997 490,455 522,452 390,962 320,075 319,567

Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts

                       
Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A - - - - -
Non-Tax Revenue 9 6 7 63 2 2 N/A - - - - -
Capital Receipts 203 203 1,250 - 4,829 4,829 N/A - - - - -

Total Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts

212 209 1,257 63 4,831 4,831 N/A - - - - -

Note - where restructuring of the vote has occurred then, to the extent practicable, prior years information has been restated as if the restructuring had occurred before the beginning of the period covered. In this instance Total Appropriations for the Budgeted and Estimated Actual year may not equal Total Annual Appropriations and Forecast Permanent Appropriations and Multi-Year Appropriations in the Details of Appropriations and Capital Injections.

Adjustments to the Summary of Financial Activity Table Due to Vote Restructuring

There have been no restructuring adjustments to prior year information in the Summary of Financial Activity table.

Output Expenses

Output expenses increased from 2018/19 primarily due to an increase in funding to Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa for the upkeep of the museum's infrastructural assets, as well as departmental expenditure related to the Tuia - Encounters 250 Commemoration during 2019/20. From 2019/20 there has also been new funding to support various public broadcasting initiatives.

Further increases in 2019/20, 2020/21 and 2021/22 are primarily funding to support cultural agencies, organisations and individuals to respond and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. A detailed list of the specific initiatives can be found in Part 1.1. of this document. Output expenses decrease from 2022/23 due to the reduction in COVID-19 funding from that time and expected conclusion of the "Investing in Sustainable Journalism" initiative.

Other Expenses

The movements in other expenses from 2016/17 onwards are driven by the establishment of the Earthquake-prone Heritage Buildings grants and rephasing of costs associated with the Regional Culture and Heritage Fund. There was an increase in expenses in 2019/20 and 2020/21 due to additional demand for New Zealand Screen Production Grants. Also, from 2019/20 to 2022/23 additional funding was provided to support the cultural sector response and recovery programme to mitigate the impacts on the cultural sector from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Capital Expenditure

Capital Expenditure decreased in 2017/18 due to the completion of projects at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, expiry of a previous capital funding initiative for Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and completion of one-off property transfers to Heritage New Zealand. From 2019/20 funding was provided for other new capital projects including the Hokitika Government Building, saving the Crown's audio-visual collections, the National Centre for Music and the National Erebus Memorial. Funding for these projects peaks in 2021/22, then reduces as projects are completed.

Multi-Category Expenses and Capital Expenditure (MCA)

Multi-category expenses increased from 2018/19 to provide Manatu Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage with greater policy capacity to meet the Government's objectives for the cultural sector. Funding increased for 2020/21 and 2021/22 to support new policy initiatives as the Ministry expanded its work programme in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the Strong Public Media work programme. New funding was also provided in 2019/20 and 2020/21 for the Media Sector Response and Recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Part 2 - Details of Departmental Appropriations#

2.1 - Departmental Output Expenses#

Cultural Diplomacy International Programme (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation and Expenses
Type, Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriations, Adjustments and Use $000

Cultural Diplomacy International Programme (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to management and delivery of an international cultural diplomacy programme through a series of projects and activities primarily focused on Asia and other regions where New Zealand is pursuing free trade agreements.

Commences: 01 July 2020

Expires: 30 June 2025
Original Appropriation 8,345
Adjustments to 2019/20 -
Adjustments for 2020/21 (2,217)
Adjusted Appropriation 6,128
Actual to 2019/20 Year End -
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 300
Estimate for 2021/22 821
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 5,007
Revenue
  Budget
$000
Revenue from the Crown to end of 2021/22 1,121
Revenue from Others to end of 2021/22 -
Total Revenue 1,121
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve an international cultural diplomacy programme increasing awareness of New Zealand's culture overseas.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Percentage of approved projects completed and evaluated

100% 100% 100%

Extent to which desired outcomes for these projects have been achieved

80% 80% 80%

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality and timeliness of advice is consistently high (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Note 1 - Ministerial satisfaction is calculated in accordance with Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet guidance. This results in a ministerial satisfaction score between 1 and 5 with 1 being 'Never' and 5 being 'Always'. The budget standard of '4' means that the Minister(s) are satisfied 'Most of the time'.

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by Manatu Taonga in its annual report 2021/22.

Heritage Services (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
Management of new memorial projects, national monuments, war and historic graves; promotion of cultural events; administration of legislation and grants; and research, writing and publication of New Zealand history and reference works including the on-line encyclopedia of New Zealand.
Expenses and Revenue
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 13,121 13,121 12,733
Revenue from the Crown 12,826 12,826 12,733
Revenue from Others 295 295 -
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to preserve New Zealand's taonga, places and symbols of nationhood for present and future generations and engage audiences with, and improve access to, authoritative histories and other information about New Zealand.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Administer legislation to protect New Zealand and cultural heritage

     

Upheld appeals on an export application (see Note 1)

0 0 0

Maori Land Court makes orders sought by Manatu Taonga for ownership of newly found taonga tuturu

100% 100% 100%

Newly found taonga tuturu in prima facie Crown ownership have suitable care and custody arrangements in place

100% 100% 100%

Ministerial acceptance of advice in relation to the Flags, Emblems and Names Protection Act 1981

100% 100% 100%

Maintain war graves and access to memorials and other places of national significance

     

The National Erebus Memorial is delivered in line with agreed plan

Achieved Achieved Achieved

After visiting the National War Memorial, visitors report they have a better understanding of the history and impact of war and conflict on New Zealand and how it is commemorated

90% 90% 90%

After participating in the Pukeahu Education Programme, teachers report students have a better understanding or awareness of New Zealand's history, heritage, nationhood and/or citizenship (see Note 2)

4 4 4

Promote cultural events and significant commemorations

     

Ministerial satisfaction with the co-ordination of anniversaries, and the military and non-military commemorations programme (see Note 3)

4 4 4

Collect, preserve, and provide information on New Zealand and Maori history, society and culture

     

After participating in the Te Tai Treaty Settlement Stories Programme, iwi partners report that their rangatahi are better placed to understand and appreciate their history, identity and treaty settlement journey (see Note 4)

4 4 4

Manage annual programme to collect, preserve, and provide information on Aotearoa's history, society and culture

Delivered against plan Delivered against plan Delivered against plan

Annual number of total visits to Manatu Taonga websites

11 million 11 million 11 million

Annual number of page impressions for Manatu Taonga websites

30 million 30 million 30 million

Number of visits by returning visitors to Manatu Taonga websites

3.5 million 3.5 million 3.5 million

Social media reach for Te Ara and NZHistory

Average monthly reach of 150,000 Average monthly reach of 150,000 Average monthly reach of 150,000

Note 1 - Applicants may appeal to the Minister against a determination of the Chief Executive. An appeal that is upheld may indicate an issue with the Manatu Taonga process.

Note 2 - Teachers were surveyed as to whether their experience at Pukeahu increased their students' understanding or awareness of New Zealand's history, heritage, nationhood or citizenship. This resulted in a score between 1 and 5 with 1 being 'Strongly disagree', 3 being neutral and 5 being 'Strongly agree'. The budget standard of 4 means that teachers surveyed 'Agreed' or 'Strongly agreed' with this statement.

Note 3 - Ministerial satisfaction is measured using a survey using a range between 1 and 5, with 1 being 'Never' and 5 being 'Always'. The budget standard of '4' means that the Minister(s) are satisfied 'Most of the time'.

Note 4 - Iwi involved in the programme were surveyed as to whether their research and publishing partnership with Te Tai increased their young people's understanding or awareness of their history, identity and treaty settlement journey, and the iwi's capability to preserve and share their iwi stories. This resulted in a score between 1 and 5 with 1 being 'Strongly disagree', 3 being neutral and 5 being 'Strongly agree'. The budget standard of 4 means that the iwi surveyed 'Agreed' or 'Strongly agreed' with this statement.

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by Manatu Taonga in its annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Matauranga Maori Te Awe Kotuku Fund 2020/21 300 300 - - -
Heritage Equip - Continuation of Funding 2020/21 370 - - - -
Delivering Culture and Heritage Outcomes - a Fit for purpose Ministry 2018/19 1,515 1,580 1,580 1,580 1,580

Previous National-led Government

           
Pukeahu National War Memorial Park - Meeting increased Expectations 2017/18 619 619 619 619 619
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is mainly due to the final year of Heritage Equip operating funding, and a reduction in revenue from others.

These decreases are partially offset by an increase in Matauranga Maori Marae Ora Funding for increased Te Tai Treaty Settlement Stories activity and transfers from the Heritage Services Departmental Output Expense appropriation in 2020/21 including:

  • reflecting updated overhead cost allocations
  • moving Cultural Recovery Package funding to the relevant business unit, and
  • establishing a new operating model for providing conservation treatment of wet organic materials.

2.3 - Departmental Capital Expenditure and Capital Injections#

Ministry for Culture and Heritage - Capital Expenditure PLA (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to the purchase or development of assets by and for the use of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, as authorised by section 24(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989.
Capital Expenditure
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 623 623 390
Intangibles 348 348 40
Other - - -

Total Appropriation

971 971 430
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve the renewal and upgrade of assets in support of the delivery of the department's services.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements

Expenditure is in accordance with the capital plan of Manatu Taonga and will be spent on planned renewals to maintain levels of service and on upgrades of assets in response to service delivery needs.

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by Manatu Taonga in its Annual Report 2021/22.

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is mainly due to a project in 2020/21 to increase the utilisation of the Ministry's existing office space and an increase in Information Communication Technology requirements due to increased staff numbers to deliver on COVID-19 response initiatives.

Capital Injections and Movements in Departmental Net Assets
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Details of Net Asset Schedule 2020/21
Estimated Actual
$000
2021/22
Projected
$000
Explanation of Projected Movements in 2021/22
Opening Balance 1,447 1,447  
Capital Injections - -  
Capital Withdrawals - -  
Surplus to be Retained (Deficit Incurred) - -  
Other Movements - -  

Closing Balance

1,447 1,447  

Part 3 - Details of Non-Departmental Appropriations#

3.1 - Non-Departmental Output Expenses#

Management of Historic Places (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
Identification, registration, site recording and associated promotion of the conservation, protection and care of historic places, and purchasing of management services for properties, including maintenance work and provision of access for the public.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 20,896 20,896 18,464
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve conservation of our stories, places and collections for present and future generations.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

     

Total visitor numbers to Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga staffed properties

150,000 235,000 150,000

HNZPT's heritage properties are cared for: property assets at or above moderate condition grade

95% 96% 95%

HNZPT provides the public with access to reports on New Zealand's heritage through the New Zealand Heritage List and the archaeological authority process

11,400 10,900 11,400

HNZPT completes statutory and advisory work in the required timeframes for Listing, Archaeological Authorities and Crown Land Disposal work

99% (at least 800 applications) 99% 99% (at least 800 applications)

Antarctic Heritage Trust

     

Building and artefact conservation and restoration work planned for the year will be achieved

100% 75% 100%

Create and share digital content (number of people reached digitally)

1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000

Deliver Inspiring Explorer programmes

Five Programmes Five Programmes Five Programmes
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Service Providers
Provider 2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2020/21
Estimated Actual
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
Expiry of
Resourcing
Commitment

Crown Entities

       
Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga 18,970 18,970 16,738 Ongoing

Non-Government Organisations

       
Antarctic Heritage Trust 1,926 1,926 1,726 Ongoing
Total 20,896 20,896 18,464  
Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Strengthening and Adapting Turnbull House 2021/22 - 250 - - -
Antarctic Heritage Trust - Remaining Viable from the Impact of COVID-19 2020/21 1,400 - - - -
Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Cost Pressure 2020/21 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500
Retain Core Capability of Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga 2019/20 2,357 - - - -
Seismic Upgrade and Refurbishment of Turnbull House 2019/20 125 - - - -
Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga - Meeting Increased Demand 2018/19 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to:

  • one-off COVID-19 Response and Recovery funding of $2.357 million in 2020/21 for Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga to retain its core capability in response to falling revenues and depleted reserves as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • one-off COVID-19 Response and Recovery funding of $1.400 million in 2020/21 for the Antarctic Heritage Trust to remain viable during the COVID-19 pandemic, and
  • a 2019/20 policy initiative for $125,000 for Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga for an initial business case for the seismic upgrade and refurbishment of Turnbull House.

These decreases are partially offset by a transfer of $1.200 million to the Antarctic Heritage Trust to address its short-term sustainability and new funding of $250,000 for detailed planning of the seismic upgrade and refurbishment of Turnbull House.

Museum Services (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
Collection development, collection management, public programmes and exhibitions, and repatriation of koiwi tangata.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 69,027 69,027 52,448
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve engagement with New Zealanders about the nation's cultural and audiovisual taonga through high-quality exhibitions, screenings, events and outreach activities.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Te Papa Tongarewa

     

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (visitors only)

780,000 1.46 million 780,000

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (online visitors)

2.8 million 3.1 million 2.8 million

Percentage of adult visitors surveyed reporting a satisfaction rating of 'satisfied' to 'extremely satisfied' for overall museum experience during their visit

95% 95% 95%

Number of regions where Te Papa Tongarewa collections are shared (through touring and loans)

New Measure New Measure 10

Percentage of museums, galleries and iwi that would recommend engagement with Te Papa to others

90% 90% 90%

Repatriations from international institutions completed each year

2 2 2

Collections preserved by minimal cases of irreparable damage occurring as a result of public access and handling by staff

<4 <4 <4

The number of museums, galleries and cultural organisations supported by Te Papa

250 250 250

The number of Natural History research collaborations

15 15 15

Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

     

Nga Taonga Sound & Vision (views, listens and visits)

3,100,000 3,100,000 6,000,000

Percentage of collection stored in best practice conditions

60% 60% 60%

Total number of titles in the collection

820,000 805,000 Not a measure for 2021/22

Percentage of titles digitally preserved

13% 13% Not a measure for 2021/22

Percentage of titles catalogued

60% 63% Not a measure for 2021/22

Percentage of titles available to view/listen in the online catalogue

1% 1% Not a measure for 2021/22

Total number of new titles added to the collection

New Measure New Measure 8,000

Ratio of titles digitally preserved to titles added to the collection

New Measure New Measure 2:3

Ratio of titles catalogued to titles added to the collection

New Measure New Measure 2:3

Number titles added to the online catalogue that are available to view/listen online

New Measure New Measure 1,200
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Service Providers
Provider 2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2020/21
Estimated Actual
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
Expiry of
Resourcing
Commitment

Crown Entities

       
Te Papa Tongarewa 61,074 61,074 44,474 Ongoing

Non-Government Organisations

       
Nga Taonga Sound and Vision 7,953 7,953 7,974 Ongoing
Total 69,027 69,027 52,448  
Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Delivery of a Business Case for the Replacement of Te Papa's Spirit Collection Area 2021/22 - 1,400 - - -
Retain the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa's Core Capability 2020/21 18,000 - - - -
Saving the Crown's Audio-Visual Collections 2020/21 1,283 1,304 1,326 1,347 1,347
Museum Hardship Fund 2020/21 1,000 1,000 - - -
Investment in Te Papa Tongarewa 2019/20 12,500 12,500 12,500 12,500 12,500
Increasing Preservation of Audiovisual Archive 2019/20 1,650 1,650 1,650 1,650 1,650
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is mainly due to the expiry of one-off COVID-19 Response and Recovery funding to enable Te Papa Tongarewa to maintain core operations and critical infrastructure during the period when commercial revenue was impacted the COVID-19 pandemic.

This decrease is partially offset by new funding of $1.400 million for the delivery of a business case for the replacement of Te Papa's Spirit collection area.

Performing Arts Services (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
Providing opportunities for New Zealand audiences to experience high-quality live symphonic music, ballet and kapa haka performances; supporting the growth of the contemporary music industry; and encouraging participation in and appreciation of these art forms in New Zealand.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 32,305 32,305 29,942
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve world-class performances that reflect our culture, identity and traditions for New Zealand and international audiences.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Audiences for symphonic music, ballet and kapa haka performances

     

Audiences for symphonic music

73,661 44,124 31,045

Audiences for ballet performances

56,000 53,400 48,000

Audiences and participation at Kapa Haka events in regional and educational settings

95,000 65,000 95,000

Television and online audiences for Kapa Haka events

685,000 675,000 685,000

New Zealand centres reached by live performances

     

NZ centres reached by live symphonic performances

16 16 16

NZ centres reached by live ballet performances

20 21 8

NZ centres reached by live Kapa Haka performances (number over two years)

13 13 13

Concerts/performances feature NZ artistic content

     

NZ symphonic compositions performed

18 18 18

RNZB Number of works with NZ artistic content

5 5 2

New Zealand Music Month continues to attract public support as evidenced through the number of NZ music performances nationwide during May

1,000+ 1,000+ 1,000+

RNZB education and community activity

     

Attendance at and participation in RNZB education and community activities

26,000 29,500 20,000

Contemporary music capability

     

Number of professional and capability development activities provided for participants across the music sector

15 15 15

International marketing projects provided with funds through Outward Sound have robust plans and demonstrate capability to achieve increased overseas earnings, as assessed by an industry advisory group (percentage of projects)

100% 100% 100%

New Zealand Music Commission

     

Percentage of successful applicants to the Music Venue Infrastructure Fund that are notified within 28 days

80% 80% Not a measure in 2021/22

Percentage of successful applicants to the Outward Sound Make Good Fund that are notified within 28 days

80% 80% Not a measure in 2021/22

Percentage of successful applicants to the New Zealand Music Month Make Good Fund that are notified within 28 days

80% 75% Not a measure in 2021/22

Number of New Zealand artists performing original music who are supported to undertake national domestic tours

70 70 70
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Service Providers
Provider 2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2020/21
Estimated Actual
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
Expiry of
Resourcing
Commitment

Crown Entities

       
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) 14,826 14,826 16,491 Ongoing

Non-Government Organisations

       
New Zealand Music Commission (NZMC) 6,978 6,978 4,478 Ongoing
Royal New Zealand Ballet (RNZB) 6,303 6,303 7,025 Ongoing
Te Matatini 4,198 4,198 1,948 Ongoing
Total 32,305 32,305 29,942  
Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Maintaining the New Symphony Orchestra Delivery 2021/22 - 1,600 1,600 - -
Maintaining the Capability of the Royal New Zealand Ballet 2021/22 - 624 533 - -
New Zealand Music Recovery 2019/20 4,750 2,250 - - -
Royal New Zealand Ballet - Surviving the Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic 2019/20 919 1,017 - - -
Te Matatini - Seeking Funding for COVID-19 Related Costs 2019/20 2.250 - - - -
Establishing a National Centre for Music to Expand Options for Access, Participation, Education And Film Scoring 2019/20 180 245 485 485 485
New Zealand Music Export and Development Increasing Support 2018/19 650 650 650 650 650
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2020/21 is due to phasing of COVID-19 Response and Recovery funding for the New Zealand Music Commission and Te Matatini.

This decrease is partially offset by:

  • new funding to maintain delivery of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the Royal New Zealand Ballet
  • an increase in funding for the Royal New Zealand Ballet to recover operations following the COVID-19 pandemic, and
  • an increase in annual funding for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra National Centre for Music project.

Promotion and Support of the Arts and Film (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
Contributing to the development of New Zealand's cultural identity and international profile; supporting access and participation by New Zealanders in the arts; encouraging and recognising innovation and excellence through the support of new work and presentation of New Zealand arts and film to New Zealanders.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 57,090 57,090 22,590
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve high-quality New Zealand arts and film productions for New Zealand and international audiences.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC)

     

Total number of opportunities for writers/directors/producers to move from an NZFC talent initiative to NZFC funded feature film development/production or identified alternative pathway

25 25 40

Total admissions at the NZ box office for all NZFC funded feature films

200,000 180,000 100,000

Number of NZFC funded feature films

10 10 12

Percentage of NZFC funded feature films that are culturally significant (over a three-year timeframe)

80% 83% 80%

Number of short films, feature films or series dramas in Te Reo Maori that receive NZFC development or production funding

5 5 5

Guilds and industry organisations who receive the capability funding support for organisations have maintained at least 85% of their membership, services and/or core programmes

Achieve Achieve Achieve

Percentage of recipients of the capability skills and industry development funding have an increase in their skills and/or confidence in approaching their work in a post COVID world

85% 85% 85%

Percentage of long-form screen stories funded by the Premium Production Fund that have private international investment of at least 10% of the production value

100% 100% 100%

Creative New Zealand

     

New Zealand's arts sector is resilient: Percentage of investment organisations that meet or exceed expectations set in their funding agreements across the three dimensions: quality of artistic programme; financial health; organisational health

>=80% >=80% >=80%

High-quality New Zealand art is developed: Number of new New Zealand works developed

>= 2,500 2,500 >= 2,500

New Zealanders experience high-quality arts: Number of attendances at arts activities and events (see Note 1) funded by Creative New Zealand

>= 1,500,000 1,500,000 >= 1,500,000

New Zealanders participate in the arts: Number of participants in arts activities (see Note 1) funded by Creative New Zealand

>= 150,000 150,000 >= 150,000

New Zealand arts gain international success: Number of individuals and organisations funded by Creative New Zealand to engage internationally

>= 50 50 >= 50

New Zealand arts gain international success: Number of international arts activities and events (see Note 1) funded by Creative New Zealand

>= 200 200 >= 200

New Zealand arts are valued and supported: Index rating for how New Zealanders perceive the value of the arts to New Zealand (New Zealanders and the Arts Survey)

>= 53% >= 53% >= 53%

New Zealand arts are valued and supported: Maintain or increase average 'other' (non-Creative New Zealand) investment per organisation

>=42% 42% >=42%

Pasifika Festivals Initiative: Percentage of completed projects that meet/exceed expectations in funding agreements

99% 99% 99%

Matauranga Maori Te Awe Kotuku initiative: Percentage of completed projects that meet/exceed expectations in funding agreements

99% 99% 99%

Note 1 - 'Arts activities' captures a wide variety of works funded by Creative New Zealand (eg, plays, concerts, dance performances, exhibitions, workshops, masterclasses and publications).

'Events' capture the number of opportunities audiences have to experience arts activities (eg, each time a play, concert, dance performance, workshop, masterclass occurs; each day an exhibition is open to the public; each sale or publication).

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Service Providers
Provider 2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2020/21
Estimated Actual
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
Expiry of
Resourcing
Commitment

Crown Entities

       
Creative New Zealand (CNZ) 41,689 41,689 16,689 Ongoing
New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) 15,401 15,401 5,901 Ongoing
Total 57,090 57,090 22,590  
Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Creative New Zealand - Retain Core Arts Infrastructure and Deliver Arts Projects in Communities 2020/21 25,000 - - - -
Screen Production Fund 2019/20 10,700 - - - -
Improving Remuneration and Development Opportunities for Artists and Art Practitioners Through Payment of a Fairer Wage 2019/20 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to the time-limited nature of funding for COVID-19 related initiatives in 2020/21.

Protection of Taonga Tuturu (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
Provision of services by authorised museums under the Protected Objects Act 1975 and conservation of newly found taonga tuturu.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 880 880 800
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve conservation and appropriate ongoing care of newly found taonga tuturu.

End of Year Performance Reporting

An exemption was granted under section 15D(2)(b)(iii) of the Public Finance Act, as the amount of non-departmental output expenses is less than $5 million.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Conservation of Newly Found Wet Organic Taonga Tuturu 2019/20 400 400 400 400 400

Previous National-led Government

           
Taonga Tuturu Meeting Increased Expectations 2017/18 321 321 321 321 321
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to a fiscally neutral transfer in 2020/21 for costs associated with establishing a new operating model for providing conservation treatment of wet organic materials.

Public Broadcasting Services (M8) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to providing funding for New Zealand television and radio programmes, music, archiving, broadcasting and transmission coverage; maintenance of codes and determination of complaints on broadcasting standards; and funding a national Pacific radio network and international radio and television services to the Pacific.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 188,619 188,619 177,234
Components of the Appropriation
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Funding for television and radio programme and music 186,110 186,110 174,725
Funding to transmit radio programmes to the Pacific 1,900 1,900 1,900
Funding to maintain codes and determine complaints 609 609 609
Total 188,619 188,619 177,234
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve diverse and relevant New Zealand television, radio and online content, meeting appropriate content standards, which is available to New Zealand and Pacific audiences.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

NZ On Air

     

The majority of the New Zealand Media Fund is invested in contestable content to maximise flexibility

More than 55% More than 55% More than 55%

Number of Scripted and Factual hours funded (includes all formats, eg, television, online, radio)

More than 1,020 hours 1,020 At least 1,020

Funding for targeted audiences (see Note 1) is at least 25% of Scripted and Factual funding

At least 25% 40% At least 25%

New Zealand music content on commercial radio meets the target set by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage and the Radio Broadcasters Association (see Note 2)

20% 20% 20%

New Zealand music content on alternative radio is at least 50%

50% 60% 50%

Over 50% of first run prime time content for television achieves average audiences of 100,000 or higher (excludes on-demand audiences) (see Note 3)

More than 50% 55% More than 50%

50% of funded digital content will achieve more than 50,000 views in its first six months online (see Note 4)

More than 50% 50% More than 50%

The majority of New Zealanders believe NZ On Air supports local content important to New Zealanders

75% 75% 75%

Content in more than 40 languages (including nine Pacific) is funded

Achieved Achieved Achieved

Consultation on Investing in Sustainable Journalism with key stakeholders will be completed

Achieved Achieved Not a measure in 2021/22

One Investing in Sustainable Journalism funding round completed with funds allocated by 30 June

Achieved Achieved Not a measure in 2021/22

Radio New Zealand Pacific

     

Number of Pacific radio stations that relay or rebroadcast RNZ news bulletins

17 20 17

Transmission and Service availability (other than time lost for planned maintenance): Analogue and Digital Shortwave Network

99% 99% 99%

Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA)

     

Percentage of decisions issued within 20 working days after Board meeting where decision made

90% 100% 90%

External reviews commissioned on approach the BSA takes in applying the standards

1 1 1

Note 1 - Targeted audiences includes children, youth, persons with disabilities and minorities in the community (Broadcasting Act 1989, s 36(1)(c)).

Note 2 - The current target is 20%.

Note 3 - 'First run' refers to programmes not previously shown on TV. 'Primetime' is 6.00pm - 10.30pm seven days a week.

Note 4 - This measures funded digital content which completes its first six months online during the 2020/21 year.

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Broadcasting and Media in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Service Providers
Provider 2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2020/21
Estimated Actual
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
Expiry of
Resourcing
Commitment

Crown Entities

       
NZ On Air 186,110 186,110 174,725 Ongoing
Radio New Zealand (RNZ) 1,900 1,900 1,900 Ongoing
Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) 609 609 609 Ongoing
Total 188,619 188,619 177,234  
Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Supporting a Strong RNZ 2021/22 - 900 - - -
Radio New Zealand Baseline Funding Increase 2021/22 - 7,250 7,250 7,250 7,250
Investing in Sustainable Journalism 2020/21 9,800 24,937 19,950 - -
Sustaining Crucial Public Media Platforms 2020/21 6,250 6,250 6,250 6,250 6,250
Funding Costs Payable by Media Organisations 2019/20 16,500 - - - -
New Zealand Music Recovery 2019/20 4,056 3,122 - - -
Screen Production Fund 2019/20 8,000 - - - -
Strengthening Radio New Zealand - The Cornerstone of Public Media in Aotearoa 2019/20 7,250 - - - -
Investing in Identity - a Thriving Nation Naku Te Rourou, Nau Te Rourou, Ka Ora Ai Te Iwi 2019/20 5,250 - - - -

Previous National-led Government

           
Radio New Zealand - Strategy Enhancement 2017/18 2,840 2,840 2,840 2,840 2,840
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to the time-limited nature of funding related to COVID-19 initiatives and the expiry of one-off funding for the Investing in Identity initiative in 2020/21, partially offset by new funding in 2021/22 to address cost pressures at Radio New Zealand.

3.4 - Non-Departmental Other Expenses#

COVID-19 - Cultural Sector Response and Recovery (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to support for national, regional and community arts, cultural, and heritage organisations and individuals to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on New Zealand's cultural sector.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 35,257 35,257 84,125
Components of the Appropriation
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund 22,072 22,072 71,000
Matauranga Maori Te Awe Kotuku Fund 9,185 9,185 9,125
Pasifika Culture and Heritage Fund 4,000 4,000 4,000
Total 35,257 35,257 84,125
Comparators for Restructured Appropriation
  2020/21 2021/22
Vote, Type and Title of Appropriation Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage: Non-Departmental Other Expense: COVID-19: Cultural Sector Response and Recovery 12,928 12,928 -
Total 12,928 12,928 -
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve the support of the cultural and creative industries to survive, adapt and revitalise from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and to increase well-being through greater public access to art and culture.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Capability Fund (see Note 1)

     

Number of applications received for the Capability Fund Round One

182 applications 182 applications 182 applications

Average number of days from the day following the closure of the fund to the day applicants are notified of the application outcome

Number of working days (baseline measure) Number of working days (baseline measure) Number of working days (baseline measure)

Percentage of eligible applications that were awarded funding

% of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure)

Percentage of applications received that met the eligibility criteria

% of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure)

Number of applicants that received seed funding being granted a project grant

New measure New measure Number of applicants (baseline measure)

Number of practitioners that received training/advice/services/ tools and resources as a result of a capability grant

New measure New measure Number of practitioners (baseline measure)

Care Fund (see Note 1)

     

Number of cultural activators employed across New Zealand (pilot)

8 activators 8 activators 8 activators

Percentage of eligible applications that were awarded funding (cultural activators)

% of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure)

Number of additional roles created (creative spaces)

Number of roles (baseline measure) Number of roles (baseline measure) Number of roles (baseline measure)

Number of additional hours funded for existing staff (creative spaces)

Number of hours (baseline measure) Number of hours (baseline measure) Number of hours (baseline measure)

Percentage of eligible applications that were awarded funding (creative spaces)

% of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure)

Number of applications received for Cultural Installations and events - Round One

Number of applications (baseline measure) Number of applications (baseline measure) Number of applications (baseline measure)

Percentage of eligible applications that were awarded funding (cultural installations and events - all rounds)

% of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure) % of applications (baseline measure)

Average number of days from the day following the closure of the fund to the day applicant is notified of the application outcome (all funds in CARE)

Number of working days (baseline measure) Number of working days (baseline measure) Number of working days (baseline measure)

Number of applications received for Cultural Installations and events Round Two

New measure New measure Number of applications (baseline measure)

Innovation Fund (see Note 1)

     

Number of Cultural Sector Challenges completed across New Zealand

5 events 5 events 5 events

Number of attendees to the Cultural Sector Challenges

80% (of total capacity) 80% (of total capacity) 80% (of total capacity)

Cultural Sector participation (as self-identified) in the Cultural Sector Challenges

50% (of total participants) 50% (of total participants) 50% (of total participants)

Maori participation in the Cultural Sector Challenges

20% (of total participants) 20% (of total participants) 20% (of total participants)

Percentage of teams submitting a proposal at the end of the Cultural Sector Challenge

60% (of teams) 60% (of teams) 60% (of teams)
Surveyed participants to the Cultural Sector Challenges found the event "good" or "very good" Percentage (baseline measure) Percentage (baseline measure) Percentage (baseline measure)

Number of proposals that are multi-sector

New measure New measure Number of proposals (baseline measure)

Note 1: 'Baseline measure' indicates that the first result will become the budget standard (or baseline) for future years. It has been used for new initiatives where baseline information is not available.

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund 2020/21 60,000 50,000 40,000 - -
Matauranga Maori Te Awe Kotuku Fund 2020/21 9,300 9,300 - - -
Pasifika Culture and Heritage Fund 2020/21 4,000 4,000 4,000 - -
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The increase in this appropriation in 2021/22 is due to:

  • an expense transfer from 2020/21 for the recognition of grant expenditure related to the Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund in 2021/22, and
  • some expenditure related to this initiative was recorded in a previous appropriation COVID-19: Cultural Sector Response and Recovery in 2020/21.

These increases are partially offset by lower funding for the Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund initiative in 2021/22, based on original forecasts of grant funding requirements and phasing.

Earthquake-prone Heritage Buildings (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation and Expenses
Type, Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriations, Adjustments and Use $000

Earthquake-prone Heritage Buildings (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to supporting earthquake strengthening of privately-owned heritage buildings.

Commences: 01 July 2020

Expires: 30 June 2024
Original Appropriation 6,750
Adjustments to 2019/20 -
Adjustments for 2020/21 3,480
Adjusted Appropriation 10,230
Actual to 2019/20 Year End -
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 4,642
Estimate for 2021/22 3,611
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 1,977
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to incentivise owners of earthquake-prone heritage buildings to undertake seismic strengthening work that enhances heritage values.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Percentage of funding applications for projects outside the main centres

75% 75% 75%

Number of buildings directly benefitted by grants

50 buildings 50 buildings 50 buildings
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Heritage Equip - Continuation of Funding 2020/21 2,750 - - - -

Heritage and Cultural Sector Initiatives (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to contributions to maintain, improve or expand heritage or cultural services in New Zealand.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 2,250 2,250 9,000
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve improved heritage and cultural services for the benefit of New Zealanders.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Establishment of a New Zealand Fale Malae is progressed according to plan and budget

Achieved Achieved Achieved
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Establishing a New Zealand Fale Malae 2020/21 1,000 9,000 - - -
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The increase in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to the expected grant for construction of the New Zealand Fale Malae in 2021/22, partially offset by a grant payment to a third party using residual Canterbury Earthquake Appeal Trust funds in 2020/21.

Impairment of Debt and Debt Write-Offs (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to impairments and write-offs of Crown debt administered by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,076 1,076 250
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve compliance with the Public Finance Act by creating an appropriation for any write-offs of debt.

End of Year Performance Reporting

An exemption was granted under section 15(D)(2)(b)(ii) of the Public Finance Act, as end-of-year performance information for the appropriation or category is not likely to be informative because it relates to technical matters.

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to a lower forecast debt amount to be written off in 2021/22.

Maintenance of War Graves, Historic Graves and Memorials (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to maintenance of war graves, historic graves and memorials in New Zealand and overseas, and depreciation expenses incurred on Crown-owned assets.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 4,764 4,764 5,032
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to maintain the condition of war graves, historic graves and monuments in New Zealand and overseas.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Monuments and graves managed by Manatu Taonga, including at Pukeahu National Memorial Park, are maintained to the standards required: clean, legible, safe and structurally sound

95% of the planned maintenance schedule completed 95% of the planned maintenance schedule completed 95% of the planned maintenance schedule completed

Monuments and graves managed by Manatu Taonga, including at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, that do not meet the standards required (clean, legible, safe and structurally sound) have a maintenance plan in place within 12 months of inspection

100% 100% 100%
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000

Previous National-led Government

           
Care of Memorials and War Graves Meeting Increased Expectations 2017/18 260 260 260 260 260
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The increase in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to a fiscally neutral transfer in 2020/21 to support the waka programme at Waitangi.

New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New Zealand (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation and Expenses
Type, Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriations, Adjustments and Use $000

New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New Zealand (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to providing grant assistance or equity investments for New Zealand screen productions that meet the qualifying tests as determined by the New Zealand Film Commission.

Commences: 01 July 2021

Expires: 30 June 2025
Original Appropriation 75,500
Adjustments to 2019/20 -
Adjustments for 2020/21 -
Adjusted Appropriation 75,500
Actual to 2019/20 Year End -
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 -
Estimate for 2021/22 37,250
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 38,250
Components of the Appropriation
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
New Zealand Screen Production Grant - - 51,000
Premium New Zealand Films for International Audiences - - 24,500
Total - - 75,500
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve more New Zealand screen content for the cultural benefit of New Zealanders and support for the local screen sector to grow and develop.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Total value of approved Qualifying New Zealand Production Expenditure (QNZPE) for NZSPG (NZ productions)

$78.8 million $72 million $148.7 million

Number of final NZSPG certificates issued for NZ productions

19 16 32

Number of NZFC-financed productions impacted by COVID-19 that reach final delivery

25 20 Not a measure for 2021/22

Number of NZSPG-NZ final certificates issued to productions impacted by COVID-19

10 5 10
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the New Zealand Film Commission in its annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Premium New Zealand Films for International Audiences 2020/21 - 25,000 - - -

Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF) (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation and Expenses
Type, Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriations, Adjustments and Use $000

Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF) (M4) (A12)

This appropriation is limited to providing contributions to capital projects at regional cultural and heritage institutions.

Commences: 01 July 2019

Expires: 30 June 2023
Original Appropriation 26,668
Adjustments to 2019/20 19,064
Adjustments for 2020/21 (2,360)
Adjusted Appropriation 43,372
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 17,261
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 8,966
Estimate for 2021/22 10,478
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 6,667
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve capital projects at arts, culture and heritage collecting institutions, exhibition venues, whare taonga, and performing arts venues.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality of funding recommendations (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Note 1 - Ministerial satisfaction is measured using a survey using a range between 1 and 5, with 1 being 'Never' and 5 being 'Always'. The budget standard of '4' means that the Minister(s) are satisfied 'Most of the time'.

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Screen Sector - Payments in Respect of Indemnity Scheme for COVID-19 Loss Events PLA (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to payments by the Crown under indemnities given to domestic screen productions under section 65ZD of the Public Finance Act 1989, as authorised by section 65ZG of that Act.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,000 1,000 1,692
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve the settlement of obligations of the Crown under indemnities given to domestic screen productions.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Payments are made within 10 working days of claims being accepted or determined

100% 100% 100%
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Screen Sector Indemnity Scheme 2020/21 1,000 1,692 - - -
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The increase in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to the timing of potential payments under indemnities given to domestic screen productions.

Treaty of Waitangi Commemorations (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to providing grants towards Treaty of Waitangi commemorations held at Waitangi and within communities elsewhere in New Zealand.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 556 556 288
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to build identity and pride through supporting community commemorations of the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

End of Year Performance Reporting

An exemption was granted under section 15D(2)(b)(iii) of the Public Finance Act, as the amount of non-departmental other expenses is less than $5 million.

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation is due to a fiscally neutral transfer in 2020/21 to support the Waka Programme at Waitangi.

Waitangi National Trust (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to a Crown contribution to support the functions of the Waitangi National Trust.
Expenses
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 4,000 4,000 3,600
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve the continuation of services provided by the Waitangi National Trust.

End of Year Performance Reporting

An exemption was granted under section 15D(2)(b)(iii) of the Public Finance Act, as the total funding for a non-departmental other expense is less than $5 million.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Waitangi National Trust COVID-19 Recovery 2021/22 - 3,600 - - -
Waitangi National Trust - Surviving the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic 2020/21 4,000 - - - -
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to a lower amount of funding to support the Waitangi National Trust to endure the effects of a decline in domestic and international tourism from the COVID-19 pandemic.

3.5 - Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Development of National Memorials (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to capital expenditure for developing memorials of national and historic significance.
Capital Expenditure
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 2,130 2,130 1,466
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve additions and improvements to memorials of national and historical significance.

End of Year Performance Reporting

An exemption was granted under section 15D(2)(b)(iii) of the Public Finance Act, as the amount of non-departmental capital expenditure is less than $15 million.

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in this appropriation for 2021/22 is mainly due to phasing of construction costs of the National Erebus Memorial, to align with expected construction timelines.

Heritage and Culture Sector Capital (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation
This appropriation is limited to capital investment in Crown cultural agencies and heritage assets.
Capital Expenditure
  2020/21 2021/22
  Final Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 9,750 9,750 32,185
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to maintain and increase the contribution of Crown cultural sector agencies and other assets towards the wellbeing of all New Zealanders.

How Performance will be Assessed and End of Year Reporting Requirements
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

     

Number of items digitised

New measure New measure 39,300

Percentage of items digitised out of total items in scope

New measure New measure 12.7%

Percentage of titles digitally preserved

13% 13% Not a measure in 2021/22

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

     

Collections are developed in accordance with policy and acquisition strategy

100% 100% 100%

NZSO - National Centre for NZ Music

     

Complete the NZSO portion of the fit-out of the Wellington Town Hall component of the National Centre for Music

Delivered against the updated plan Delivered against the updated plan Delivered against the updated plan

RNZ - Distribution Platforms

     

Enhancement of digital distribution platforms is progressed according to plan and budget

Achieved Achieved Achieved

Seddon House Acquisition

     

Purchase and upgrade of Hokitika Government Building is progressed according to plan and budget

Achieved Achieved Achieved
End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported in the annual reports of the entities listed in the table above with the exception of the Seddon House Acquisition measure which will be reported by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage in a report appended to the Manatu Taonga annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Hokitika Government Building 2020/21 5,700 16,300 - - -
Saving the Crown's Audio-Visual Collections 2020/21 5,175 6,560 7,074 7,768 -
Establishing A National Centre For Music To Expand Options For Access, Participation, Education and Film Scoring 2019/20 2,500 2,500 - - -
Strengthening Radio New Zealand - The Cornerstone of Public Media in Aotearoa 2019/20 1,050 650 - - -
Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The increase in this appropriation for 2021/22 is due to:

  • an expense transfer from 2020/21 for the purchase and upgrade of Hokitika Government Building
  • delays to the procurement/contracting process and set-up of digitisation systems for the Saving the Crown's Audio-Visual Collections initiative, and
  • expense transfers associated with establishing a National Centre for Music for delays to seismic strengthening work undertaken by Wellington City Council and further construction delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

These increases have been partially offset by lower funding in the final year of the Strengthening Radio New Zealand initiative in 2021/22.

 


 

Part 4 - Details of Multi-Category Expenses and Capital Expenditure#

4 - Multi-Category Expenses and Capital Expenditure#

Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial Services (M4) (A12)

Scope of Appropriation, Expenses and Capital Expenditure
Title, Overarching Purpose and Period of Appropriations and Type and Scope of Categories Appropriations, Adjustments and Use $000

Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial Services (M4) (A12)

The single overarching purpose of this appropriation is to provide policy advice and other support to Ministers in discharging their policy decision-making and other portfolio responsibilities.

Commences: 01 July 2019

Expires: 30 June 2024
Original Appropriation 51,880
Adjustments to 2019/20 11,128
Adjustments for 2020/21 14,340
Adjusted Appropriation 77,348
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 11,085
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 29,092
Estimate for 2021/22 18,013
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 19,158

Departmental Output Expenses

   

Ministerial Servicing

This category is limited to providing negotiated services to the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage and the Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media.
Original Amount 7,264
Adjustments to 2019/20 (403)
Adjustments for 2020/21 812
Adjusted Amount 7,673
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 1,757
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 1,902
Estimate for 2021/22 1,338
Estimated Amount Remaining 2,676

Monitoring of Funded Agencies

This category is limited to monitoring the Crown's interests in cultural sector agencies.
Original Amount 16,601
Adjustments to 2019/20 (920)
Adjustments for 2020/21 (1,400)
Adjusted Amount 14,281
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 2,433
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 2,561
Estimate for 2021/22 3,121
Estimated Amount Remaining 6,166

Policy Advice

This category is limited to the provision of advice (including second opinion advice and contributions to policy advice led by other agencies) to support decision-making by Ministers on government policy matters relating to arts, culture, heritage and broadcasting.
Original Amount 28,015
Adjustments to 2019/20 12,451
Adjustments for 2020/21 14,928
Adjusted Amount 55,394
Actual to 2019/20 Year End 6,895
Estimated Actual for 2020/21 24,629
Estimate for 2021/22 13,554
Estimated Amount Remaining 10,316
Revenue
  Budget
$000

Revenue from the Crown to end of 2021/22

 
Ministerial Servicing 4,964
Monitoring of Funded Agencies 8,069
Policy Advice 44,721

Total Revenue Crown to end of 2021/22

57,754

Revenue from Others to end of 2021/22

 
Ministerial Servicing 36
Monitoring of Funded Agencies 50
Policy Advice 368

Total Revenue Other to end of 2021/22

454

Total Revenue

58,208
What is Intended to be Achieved with this Appropriation

This appropriation is intended to achieve improved cultural outcomes through the provision of high-quality advice to Ministers and related outputs such as ministerial servicing and monitoring of funded entities.

How Performance will be Assessed for this Appropriation
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard
Ministerial satisfaction with the quality of services and/or support provided by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage is at least (see Note 1): 4 4 4

Note 1 - Ministerial satisfaction is calculated in accordance with Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet guidance. This results in a ministerial satisfaction score between 1 and 5 with 1 being 'Never' and 5 being 'Always'. The budget standard of '4' means that the Minister(s) are satisfied 'Most of the time'.

What is Intended to be Achieved with each Category and How Performance will be Assessed
  2020/21 2021/22
Assessment of Performance Final Budgeted
Standard
Estimated
Actual
Budget
Standard

Departmental Output Expenses

     

Ministerial Servicing

     

This category is intended to achieve high quality support to Ministers so that they can discharge their portfolio responsibilities.

     

Percentage of Parliamentary questions responded to within agreed timeframes

100% 100% 100%

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality of Parliamentary question responses (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Percentage of speeches and draft replies to ministerial correspondence provided within agreed timeframes

95% 95% 95%

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality of speeches and draft replies to ministerial correspondence (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Percentage of Ministerial and Ministry OIA responses responded to within legislative timeframes

95% 95% 95%

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality and robustness of Ministerial OIA responses (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Monitoring of Funded Agencies

     

This category is intended to achieve cultural sector outcomes through effective monitoring of the Crown's interest in sector agencies.

     

Ministerial satisfaction with the timeliness of advice for agency related briefings, advice and reports (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality of advice for agency related briefings, advice and reports (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality of advice for board appointments to Crown-connected boards

4 4 4

The average quality of new board member governance workshops, as assessed by survey of attendees

80% 80% 80%

Policy Advice

     

This category is intended to achieve informed decision making by Ministers through high-quality advice.

     

Ministerial satisfaction with the timeliness of advice for policy briefings, advice and reports (see Note 1)

4 4 4

Ministerial satisfaction with the quality of advice for policy briefings, advice and reports (see Note 1)

4 4 4

The average quality of written policy papers to the Ministers, as assessed annually by an expert panel (see Note 2)

70% 70% 70%

Note 1 - Ministerial satisfaction is calculated in accordance with Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet guidance. This results in a ministerial satisfaction score between 1 and 5 with 1 being 'Never' and 5 being 'Always'. The budget standard of '4' means that the Minister(s) are satisfied 'Most of the time'.

Note 2 - The Ministry is now using the Policy Quality Framework to assess papers. This assesses papers on a scale of 1-5. A target of 70% of this scale lies between 'acceptable' and 'good'.

End of Year Performance Reporting

Performance information for this appropriation will be reported by Manatu Taonga in its annual report 2021/22.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2020/21
Final Budgeted
$000
2021/22
Budget
$000
2022/23
Estimated
$000
2023/24
Estimated
$000
2024/25
Estimated
$000
Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund 2020/21 5,250 5,250 3,500 - -
Matauranga Maori Te Awe Kotuku Fund 2020/21 400 400 - - -
Investing in Sustainable Journalism 2020/21 200 63 50 - -
Building a Sustainable and Viable Media Sector 2020/21 2,000 - - - -
Strong Public Media Programme 2020/21 5,962        
Delivering Culture and Heritage Outcomes for a Fit for Purpose Ministry 2018/19 4,098 4,207 4,207 4,207 4,207