Information supporting the estimates of appropriations

National Identity Sector - Information Supporting the Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2009

Information Supporting the Estimates is organised on the basis of sectors, with each Vote and its administering department allocated to one sector (with a small number of exceptions). The Information Supporting the Estimates comprises of sector overview information, together with statements of responsibility; performance information for appropriations in Votes covered by the sector; and statements of forecast service performance and forecast financial statements of departments included in the sector. Statements of Intent of departments included in the sector form part of the supporting information.

Formats and related files

Information Supporting the Estimates is organised on the basis of sectors, with each Vote and its administering department allocated to one sector (with a small number of exceptions). The Information Supporting the Estimates comprises of sector overview information, together with statements of responsibility; performance information for appropriations in Votes covered by the sector; and statements of forecast service performance and forecast financial statements of departments included in the sector. Statements of Intent of departments included in the sector form part of the supporting information.

 

Chapters of the National Identity Sector volume of the Information Supporting the Estimates 2008/09 are available in Adobe PDF and HTML format.

Using PDF Files

Cover, Contents#

Introduction#

Sector Overview#

  • Ministerial Statements of Responsibility
  • Chief Executive Statements of Responsibility

Performance Information for Appropriations in Each Vote#

  • Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Vote Sport and Recreation
  • Vote Statistics
  • Vote National Archives
  • Vote National Library
  • Vote Māori Affairs
  • Vote Treaty Negotiations
  • Vote Pacific Island Affairs
  • Vote Women's Affairs
  • Vote Internal Affairs
  • Vote Community and Voluntary Sector
  • Vote Emergency Management
  • Vote Racing

Statement of Forecast Service Performance of Departments#

Forecast Financial Statements of Departments#

  • Statement of Common Accounting Policies
  • Ministry for Culture and Heritage
  • Statistics New Zealand
  • Archives New Zealand
  • National Library of New Zealand
  • Te Puni Kōkiri
  • Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs
  • Ministry of Women's Affairs
  • Department of Internal Affairs

Statements of Intent of Departments (separately produced but forming part of this volume)#

Part 6 - Details and Expected Results for Capital Expenditure#

Part 6.1 - Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 6.1 Departmental Capital Expenditure - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Objectives: Effective and efficient use of knowledge and information supported by robust IT systems; accommodation that supports productive and connected people. Ministry for Culture and Heritage - Capital Expenditure PLA

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

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

Capital Expenditure - Ministry for Culture and Heritage Capital Expenditure PLA (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 585 585 380
Intangibles - - -
Other - - -
Total Appropriation 585 585 380
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 585 585 380
Intangibles - - -
Other - - -
Total Appropriation 585 585 380

Part 6.2 - Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 6.2 NonDepartmental Capital Expenditure - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Outcome: NZ's artistic, cultural and natural heritage is preserved for the benefit of current and future generations. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa New Zealand Historic Places Trust
Outcome: New Zealanders are enriched and inspired by accessing the collections and knowledge of NZ's artistic, cultural and natural heritage (long-term exhibitions, standard capital infrastructure). Museum of New Zealand Te Papa TongarewaNew Zealand Historic Places Trust
Outcome: Te Papa's international reputation is enhanced through the production and touring of interactive and creative exhibitions about NZ's natural and cultural features. Te Papa's reputation as an attraction is maintained by the development of a 'high energy/high technology' space that will draw non-traditional museum visitors. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Objective: The NZFC is successfully relocated to new premises. New Zealand Film Commission
Objective: A New Zealand Memorial Park is established in Wellington. New Zealand Memorial Park
Objective: Transmission coverage to low density population areas is extended. Radio New Zealand

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (M4)#

Scope of Appropriation

Capital expenditure for museum operations, exhibition research and development, and acquisition of collection items.

Capital Expenditure

Capital Expenditure - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 10,000 10,000 10,000
Museum core operations, exhibition research and development and acquisition of collection items 9,000 9,000 9,000
Development of international touring exhibitions and refurbishment of Te Papa's long-term exhibitions in Wellington 1,000 1,000 1,000

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

Te Papa is allocated $9 million per annum for ongoing capital expenditure for museum core operations, exhibition research and development, and acquisition of collection items.

Additional allocations of $1 million were provided in 2007/08 and 2008/09 for the development of international touring exhibitions and refurbishment of Te Papa's long-term exhibitions in Wellington.

Expected Results

Expected Results - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard

Museum core operations, exhibition research and development and acquisition of collection items

     
Collections are developed in accordance with policy and acquisition strategy 95% 95% 95%
Tory St collection and research facility meets Occupational Safety and Health and other compliance standards not measured not measured 100%

Development of international touring exhibitions and refurbishment of Te Papa's long-term exhibitions in Wellington

     
An international touring exhibition is developed by December 2007 by December 2007 -
Long-term exhibitions are replaced 3 3 2

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Development of international touring exhibitions and refurbishment of Te Papa's long-term exhibitions in Wellington 2005/06 1,000 1,000 - - -

National War Memorial (M4)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to capital expenditure at the National War Memorial

Capital Expenditure#

Capital Expenditure - National War Memorial (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation N/A N/A 160

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

In 2008/09, funding was appropriated for deferred maintenance at the National War Memorial.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - National War Memorial (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Completion of deferred maintenance programme N/A N/A 100%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - National War Memorial (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
National War Memorial deferred maintenance 2008/09 - 160 - - -

New Zealand Film Commission (M4)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Capital expenditure for relocation costs and fit-out of new premises.

Capital Expenditure#

Capital Expenditure - New Zealand Film Commission (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 946 946 -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

In 2007/08 $946,000 was allocated to cover the costs of the NZFC relocating premises in Wellington.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - New Zealand Film Commission (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Relocation of NZFC offices on time and on budget 100% 100% -

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - New Zealand Film Commission (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
NZFC relocation costs 2007/08 946 - - - -

New Zealand Historic Places Trust (M4)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Capital expenditure for an upgrade of information technology systems and regional office vehicles, and urgent deferred maintenance at historic properties.

Capital Expenditure#

Capital Expenditure - New Zealand Historic Places Trust (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 2,000 2,000 500

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

In 2006/07 $850,000 was allocated to the NZHPT for an upgrade of information technology systems and regional office vehicles, and urgent deferred maintenance of historic properties. A further $2 million was provided in 2007/08 for maintenance and promotion of historic properties and improved asset management. In 2008/09 $500,000 was provided for an improved IT system.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - New Zealand Historic Places Trust (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Commence interpretation and signage improvements at properties 10 properties 10 properties -
Improve visitor facilities at properties 8 properties 8 properties -
Address critical remedial maintenance at properties 18 properties 18 properties -
Complete annual programme to improve business information and IT systems Achieved Achieved Achieved

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - New Zealand Historic Places Trust (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
NZHPT - capital funding for an improved IT system 2008/09 - 500 - - -
NZHPT - maintenance and promotion of properties and improved asset management 2005/06 2,000 - - - -

New Zealand Memorial Park (M4)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Capital expenditure for the establishment of a New Zealand Memorial Park in Wellington.

Capital Expenditure#

Capital Expenditure - New Zealand Memorial Park (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation - - 2,888

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

In 2004/05 $6 million was provided for the purchase of land for the establishment of a New Zealand Memorial Park. A further $2.701 million was allocated in 2005/06 for the establishment of the park. The work on the development of the park cannot commence until 2008/09 due to the need to complete vehicle emissions testing and explore options for the configuration of the park and the alignment of the road. A preferred design will be selected and, depending on the outcome of the resource consent process, construction may start in 2008/09. The 2008/09 funding is a transfer of funding from 2007/08.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - New Zealand Memorial Park (M4) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
National War Memorial precinct - develop implementation of strategic plan N/A N/A 100% complete
Select design for the park N/A N/A 100% complete
Vehicle emissions testing and explore options for the configuration of the park and the alignment of the road 100% complete 100% complete N/A

Radio New Zealand (M8)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to a capital injection to Radio New Zealand Limited.

Capital Expenditure#

Capital Expenditure - Radio New Zealand (M8) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 521 521 -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

In 2007/08, $521,000 was allocated to RNZ to enable it to extend transmission coverage to low density population areas.

Expected Results#

In 2007/08 RNZ received a capital injection of $521,000 to extend the transmission coverage to low density population areas. The associated operational funding was not approved, therefore there is no output to report in 2007/08. RNZ will extend transmission coverage when operational funding is available to support this.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Radio New Zealand (M8) - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Maintenance of RNZ's core services 2007/08 521 - - - -

Reporting Mechanisms#

Reporting Mechanisms - Reporting Mechanisms - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Appropriation Reporting Mechanism
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Annual report
New Zealand Historic Places Trust Annual report
New Zealand Memorial Park Annual report of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage

The above table indicates the mechanisms to be used for reporting actual performance for each non-departmental capital expenditure appropriation.

Performance Information for Appropriations Vote Sport and Recreation#

MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage (M4), Minister for Sport and Recreation (M64)

ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Ministry for Culture and Heritage

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

Part 1 - Summary of the Vote#

Part 1.1 - Overview of the Vote

The Minister for Sport and Recreation is responsible for appropriations in the Vote for the 2008/09 financial year covering the following:

  • A total of over $53 million (70.53% of the vote) for policy advice on sport and physical recreation activities, and a wide range of functions to benefit sport and physical recreation within New Zealand, supplied by Sport and Recreation New Zealand (SPARC).
  • A total of nearly $16 million (20.87% of the vote) for the coordination and delivery of initiatives aimed at improved nutrition and increased physical activity of children and young people, delivered by SPARC.
  • A total of over $2 million (2.77% of the vote) for the drug testing of sports persons, providing information and education on the anti-doping regime, and servicing international anti-doping arrangements, supplied by Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ).
  • A total of over $4 million (5.64% of the vote) to provide scholarships enabling talented New Zealanders to pursue tertiary study and elite level sport development, and/or to develop skills that contribute to the quality of New Zealand's sport performance at the elite level.
  • A total of $44,000 (0.06% of the vote) for miscellaneous grants supporting sport and recreation activity.

The Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage is responsible for appropriations in the Vote for the 2008/09 financial year covering the following:

  • A total of $98,000 (0.13% of the vote) for advice on and monitoring of sport and recreation Crown entities by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-6 below.

Part 1.2 - High-Level Objectives of the Vote#

The appropriations to Vote Sport and Recreation will secure a broad range of services, including policy advice, which will contribute to Government outcomes in the areas of public participation in sport and physical recreation, high-performance sports, sports anti-doping and children and young people's lifestyles. The Government goals that Vote Sport and Recreation contribute most directly to are National Identity and Families - young and old.

Government Priorities and Outcomes - Links to Appropriations - Sport and Recreation
Government Priorities - Themes / Sub-themes Government Outcomes Appropriations
Theme:National Identity- 'all New Zealanders to be able to take pride in who and what we are, through our ... sport Increased participation and achievement in sport and physical recreation Sport and Recreation Programmes
Sub-theme(s):Who we are; What we do; How we are seen by the world Improved nutrition and increased physical activity among children and young people
Improved health, high educational achievements and a valued 'Kiwi lifestyle'
Children and Young People's Lifestyles
  An environment that supports and encourages New Zealanders' participation and achievement in sport and physical recreation Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships
  New Zealand is compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code, and drug free in sport Sports Anti-Doping
Theme:Families - Young and Old - 'all New Zealanders and their families have the support and choices they need to ... reach their potential...'
Sub-theme(s):Healthy confident kids; Better health for all
Increased participation and achievement in sport and physical recreation Sport and Recreation Programmes
  Improved nutrition and increased physical activity among children and young people
Improved health, high educational achievements and a valued 'Kiwi lifestyle'
Children and Young People's Lifestyles

Summary of Financial Activity#

Summary of Financial Activity - Sport and Recreation
  2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
  Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
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 26,109 38,250 45,784 55,305 63,709 63,709 98 70,995 71,093 62,599 61,166 61,218
Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses 5,000 5,000 5,000 4,250 4,250 4,250 N/A - - - - -
Borrowing Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Expenses 89 44 44 44 44 44 - 4,294 4,294 4,294 4,294 4,294
Capital Expenditure - - - - - - - - - - - -
Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure - - - - - - - N/A - - - -

Total Appropriations

31,198 43,294 50,828 59,599 68,003 68,003 98 75,289 75,387 66,893 65,460 65,512

Crown Revenue and Receipts

                       
Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Non-Tax Revenue - - - - 6,490 6,490 N/A N/A - - - -
Capital Receipts - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -

Total Crown Revenue and Receipts

- - - - 6,490 6,490 N/A N/A - - - -

Budget Policy Initiatives#

Budget Policy initiatives - Sport and Recreation
Policy Initiative Appropriation 2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
DFSNZ - administrative capability and legal contingency fund

Sports Anti-Doping (M64)

Non-Departmental Output Expenses
- 392 502 372 424
Total Initiatives   - 392 502 372 424

Total Vote: All Appropriations

Trends in comparative actual and estimated total expenses are shown in Figure 1 below, including budgeted and estimated actual figures for the preceding year.

Figure 1 - Trend in total Vote

Trends in Total Vote
Trends in Total Vote
Source: Ministry for Culture and Heritage

All movements in the Vote Sport and Recreation total relate to non-departmental expenses; there has been no recent change to the appropriation for departmental output expenses, nor is any change expected.

Non-Departmental Output Expenses

Figure 2 - Trends in non-departmental output expenses

Trends in Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Trends in Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Source: Ministry for Culture and Heritage

Investment in non-departmental output expenses has increased as SPARC has implemented the recommendations of the 2001 Ministerial Taskforce. This investment is directed at increasing participation in sport and physical recreation, developing effective sport and physical recreation systems, and winning high-performance sports events. Vote funding also increased from 2002/03 to 2005/06 to compensate for reductions in funding available from the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board. Additional funding was provided in 2005/06 to implement new initiatives for volunteers and in 2006/07 for regional sports development.

In 2006/07 a new non-departmental output expense Children and Young People's Lifestyles (Mission-On) was introduced.

In 2008/09 additional funding will be applied to the Budget policy initiative as set out in the table above.

Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses

Figure 3 - Trends in benefits and other unrequited expenses

Trends in Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses
Trends in Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses
Source: Ministry for Culture and Heritage

This appropriation was reduced in 2006/07 from $5 million to $4.250 million as funds available for Sport Education Scholarships were consistently under-subscribed. The excess funds were made available for non-departmental output expense Children and Young People's Lifestyles (Mission-On).

In addition, in 2008/09 Sport Education Scholarships has been re-classified as a non-departmental other expense and renamed Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships.

Non-Departmental Other Expenses

Figure 4 - Trends in non-departmental other expenses

Trends in Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Trends in Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Source: Ministry for Culture and Heritage

As mentioned above Sport Education Scholarships (a benefit and other unrequited expense) was reclassified in 2008/09 as a new non-departmental other expense and renamed Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships.

Crown Revenue and Receipts

Estimated actual non-tax revenue in 2007/08 ($6.490 million) is comprised of the return of SPARC funds held on behalf of the Crown for Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships that were not utilised.

Part 1.4 - Reconciliation of Changes in Appropriation Structure#

Reconciliation of Changes in Appropriation Structure - Sport and Recreation
2007/08Structure -
Appropriations that have been
Changed
2007/08
(Current)
$000
Appropriations to which
Expenses (or Capital
Expenditure) have been
Transferred
Amount
Moved
$000
2008/09Structure -
Appropriations affected by the
Changes in Appropriation
Structure
2007/08
(Restated)
$000
2008/09
$000

Non-Departmental Output Expenses

           
Drugs Testing of Sports Persons 1,691 Transferred to Sports Anti-Doping (change in title only) 1,691 Sports Anti-Doping 1,691 2,085

Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses

           
Sport Education Scholarships 4,250 Transferred to Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships 4,250      

Other Expenses to be Incurred by the Crown

           
        Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships 4,250 4,250

Explanations of the reasons for changing the appropriation structure are noted in the details of each appropriation in Parts 2-6.

Part 2 - Details and Expected Performance for Output Expenses#

Part 2.1 - Departmental Output Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 2.1 Departmental Output Expenses - Sport and Recreation
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Objective:The Minister for Sport and Recreation is well-informed about the performance of the sport and recreation Crown entities Purchase Advice and Monitoring of Sport and Recreation Crown Entities

Purchase Advice and Monitoring of Sport and Recreation Crown Entities (M4)

Scope of Appropriation

Provision of purchase advice and monitoring of SPARC and DFSNZ. Excludes advice in relation to appointments to boards.

Expenses and Revenue

Expenses and Revenue - Purchase Advice and Monitoring of Sport and Recreation Crown Entities (M4) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 98 98 98
Revenue from the Crown 98 98 98
Revenue from Others - - -

Output Performance Measures and Standards

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Purchase Advice and Monitoring of Sport and Recreation Crown Entities (M4) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Briefing reports to be provided during the year 10 10 10
Compliance with the Quality Standards for Analysis and Advice as assessed by the Minister two times during the year 100% 100% Rated as meeting and frequently exceeding expectations

Part 2.2 - Non-Departmental Output Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 2.2 NonDepartmental Output Expenses - Sport and Recreation
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Outcome: Improved nutrition and increased physical activity among children and young people
Outcome: Improved health, high-educational achievements and a valued 'Kiwi lifestyle'
Children and Young People's Lifestyles
Outcome: Increased participation and achievement in sport and physical recreation Sport and Recreation Programmes
Outcome: NZ is compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code, and drug free in sport Sports Anti-Doping

Children and Young People's Lifestyles (M64)#

Scope of Appropriation

This appropriation is limited to the co-ordination and delivery of initiatives aimed at improved nutrition and increased physical activity of children and young people.

Expenses

Expenses - Children and Young People's Lifestyles (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 9,632 9,632 15,733

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The increase in funding for 2008/09 is mainly due to an expense transfer from 2007/08.

Output Performance Measures and Standards

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Children and Young People's Lifestyles (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Implement Children and Young People's Lifestyles (Mission-On) initiatives to improve nutrition and increase physical activity among children and young people 7 7 7

Further information and performance measures for this output class are included in SPARC's Statement of Intent for 2008-2011.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Children and Young People's Lifestyles (M64) - Sport and Recreation
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Baselining the funding for Mission-On and Stage Challenge 2010/11 - - - 7,153 7,153
Co-ordination and delivery of Children and Young People's Lifestyles (Mission-On) package initiative by SPARC 2006/07 11,111 6,603 7,153 - -

Sport and Recreation Programmes (M64)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to delivery of programmes in accordance with SPARC's statutory functions to enhance sport and recreation in New Zealand, and the provision of policy advice on and information relating to sport and recreation, including ministerial servicing.

Expenses#

Expenses - Sport and Recreation Programmes (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 52,288 52,288 53,177

The appropriated sum of $53.177 million in 2008/09 represents approximately 54% (47%) of SPARC's income. Approximately 31% of SPARC's income is from the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board.

Note - Comparative figures for the previous year are shown in parentheses.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Sport and Recreation Programmes (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Allocate funds to organisations and regional bodies in line with SPARC's policies and strategies At least 91% of total appropriation invested in sport and recreation sector At least 91% of total appropriation invested in sport and recreation sector At least 91% of total appropriation invested in sport and recreation sector
Promote and disseminate research relevant to physical recreation and sport NZ Sport and Physical Activity Survey completed NZ Sport and Physical Activity Survey completed Publish 6 research papers based on NZ Sport and Physical Activity Survey
More New Zealanders are active in sport and physical recreation: Provision of a range of initiatives to encourage more New Zealanders to make sport and physical recreation part of their daily lives. $36.175 million $37.997 million $38.338 million
More NZ athletes and teams achieving better results on the world stage: Support for a high-performance sport system to deliver more successful performances by NZ's elite athletes. $33.494 million $37.413 million $38.338 million
An efficient and effective sport and recreation delivery network: Support for sport and recreation organisations to deliver quality sport and physical recreation opportunities to New Zealanders. $21.483 million $20.146 million $18.251 million

Further information and performance measures for this output class are included in SPARC's Statement of Intent for 2008-2011.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Sport and Recreation Programmes (M64) - Sport and Recreation
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Baselining the funding for Mission-On and Stage Challenge 2010/11 - - - (1,303) (1,303)
Regional Sports Development 2006/07 2,844 2,844 2,844 2,844 2,844
Volunteers Strategy 2005/06 1,644 1,644 1,644 1,644 1,644
Active Schools (funds re-appropriated to 2005/06) 2005/06 (889) - - - -
Healthy Eating - Healthy Action initiatives 2004/05 4,444 4,444 4,444 4,444 4,444
Direct Athlete Support Scheme 2004/05 4,222 4,222 4,222 4,222 4,222
Operating funding for the NZ Sports Hall of Fame 2004/05 44 44 44 44 44

Sports Anti-Doping (M64)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to purchasing from Drug Free Sport New Zealand the provision of: drug testing of sports persons; investigations of possible anti-doping rule violations; information and education on the anti-doping regime; and international anti-doping obligations and related activities.

Expenses#

Expenses - Sports AntiDoping (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,691 1,691 2,085

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

The increase in 2008/09 is largely due to increased baseline funding for core capability ($292,000), and funding to establish a legal contingency fund ($100,000 in 2008/09 and 2009/10 only).

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Sports AntiDoping (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Drug tests administered during the year 1,000 1,000 1,000
No NZ athlete will commit an anti-doping rule violation while associated with a major international sporting event - - -
Randomly surveyed athletes who are in the 'registered testing pool' report knowledge and understanding of test procedures and the banned drug schedule 90% 90% 90%
National sports organisations are satisfied that provision of and access to information on the doping control programme is good or better 95% 95% 95%

Further information and performance measures for this output class are included in DFSNZ's Statement of Intent for 2008-2011.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Sports AntiDoping (M64) - Sport and Recreation
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
DFSNZ - baseline increase to maintain capability under new legislation, two year funding for legal challenges and one-off funding to host Association of National Anti-doping Organisations committee meeting in 2009 2008/09 - 392 502 372 424
Additional capacity to maintain the drug testing programme 2006/07 250 252 228 228 228
To maintain the DFSNZ drug testing programme 2005/06 80 80 80 80 80
Expanded functions of DFSNZ in preparation for new legislation 2004/05 222 222 222 222 222
Increased funding to DFSNZ to meet increasing costs and international requirements for the testing programme 2003/04 79 79 79 79 79

Summary of Service Providers#

Summary of Service Providers - Summary of Service Providers - Sport and Recreation
Provider 2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated Actual
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
Reporting
Mechanism
Expiry of
Funding
Commitment

DFSNZ

  • Sports Anti-Doping
1,691 1,691 2,085 Annual report  

SPARC

      Annual report  
  • Children and Young People's Lifestyles
9,632 9,632 15,733    
  • Sport and Recreation Programmes
52,288 52,288 53,177    

The above table summarises funding to be allocated through Vote Sport and Recreation to non-departmental providers, along with an indication of the mechanism to be used for reporting actual performance and (where determined) the length of the funding commitment.

Part 5 - Details and Expected Results for Other Expenses#

Part 5.2 - Non-Departmental Other Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 5.2 NonDepartmental Other Expenses - Sport and Recreation
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Objective: Support is provided to sports-related initiatives including participation in sport and recreation activities by groups, individuals and organisations that are unable to obtain support through organisations such as SPARC, local government, or the NZLGB Miscellaneous Grants
Impact: Talented NZ athletes, coaches, officials and high-performance support personnel are assisted to pursue tertiary study and elite level sport development and/or to develop skills that contribute to the quality of NZ's sport performance at the elite level Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships

Miscellaneous Grants (M64)

Scope of Appropriation

Discretionary funding is provided on application to groups, individuals and organisations that are unable to obtain support through organisations such as SPARC, local government, or the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board, to support sports-related initiatives including participation in sport and recreation activities.

Expenses

Expenses - Miscellaneous Grants (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 44 44 44

Expected Results

Expected Results - Miscellaneous Grants (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Expected number of grants to be provided 20 20 20

Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships (M64)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to sport scholarships to enable talented New Zealanders to pursue tertiary study and elite sport development and/or to develop skills that contribute to the quality of New Zealand's sport performance at the elite level.

Expenses#

Expenses - Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 4,250 4,250 4,250

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

In 2008/09 Sport Education Scholarships (a benefit and other unrequited expense) was re-classified as a non-departmental other expense as it did not meet the description of a benefit and other unrequited expense. At the same time it was re-titled Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships (M64) - Sport and Recreation
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Administration costs are less than 10% of the total funds being allocated      
Minimum number of Prime Minister's Athlete Scholarships 250 300 250
Minimum number of Prime Minister's Coach, Support Team and Officials Scholarships 50 75 50

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships (M64) - Sport and Recreation
Reference Conditions
Prime Minister's Athlete Scholarships Ability to complete a chosen course of study and to achieve creditable results in elite sporting competition
Prime Minister's Coach, Support Team and Officials Scholarships Ability to develop skills that contribute to the quality of NZ's sporting performance at the elite level

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships (M64) - Sport and Recreation
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Baselining the funding for Mission-On and Stage Challenge 2010/11 - - - (750) (750)
Coordination and delivery of Mission-On package initiatives by SPARC 2006/07 (750) (750) (750) - -

Reporting Mechanisms#

Reporting Mechanisms - Reporting Mechanisms - Sport and Recreation
Appropriation Reporting Mechanism
Prime Minister's Sport Scholarships SPARC annual report
Miscellaneous Grants Not required

The above table indicates the mechanisms to be used for reporting actual performance for each non-departmental other expenses appropriation.

Performance Information for Appropriations Vote Statistics#

MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister of Statistics (M67)

ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Statistics New Zealand

MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR STATISTICS NEW ZEALAND: Minister of Statistics

Part 1 - Summary of the Vote#

Part 1.1 - Overview of the Vote

The Minister for Statistics is responsible for appropriation in the Vote for the 2008/09 financial year. A total of $89.981 million is appropriated for the Official Statistics - MCOA comprising the following outputs:

  • a total of $15.304 million for Coordination of Government statistical activities
  • a total of $33.917 million for Economic and Business statistical information services
  • a total of $40.760 million for Population, Social and Labour Force statistical information services.

A Multi-year Appropriation was established from 1 July 2007 to provide for flexibility in planning for the 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings as a single programme over the five year cycle. A total of $78.193 million has been appropriated. It is expected that $2.500 million will be spent in 2007/08 and $7.933 million in 2008/09.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-6 below.

Part 1.2 - High-Level Objectives of the Vote#

In 2006, the Government determined three themes to guide investment: economic transformation, families - young and old, and national identity. Vote Statistics contributes to these three themes by providing governments, businesses, communities and citizens with official statistics on New Zealand's economy, society and environment to inform debate, research and decision-making. This is reflected in the end outcome for Statistics New Zealand; an informed society using official statistics.

There are two key conditions that must be met in order that this outcome can be realised. Stakeholders must be able to use official statistics, and stakeholders must want to use official statistics. The immediate outcomes that Statistics New Zealand can influence therefore are access to official statistics and trust and confidence in the Official Statistics System (OSS).

To achieve these outcomes and impacts, the outcome expense appropriations fund activities relating to leadership of the OSS, and the delivery of official statistics.

Contribution of Appropriations to Government Priorities and Outcomes#

Contribution of Appropriations to Government Priorities and Outcomes - Part 1.2 HighLevel Objectives of the Vote - Statistics
Appropriations Government Priorities - Themes / Sub-themes Government Outcomes
2011 Census of Population and Dwellings MYA
  • Economic Transformation
  • Families - young and old
  • National Identity
An informed society using official statistics
Official Statistics MCOA
  • Economic Transformation
  • Families - young and old
  • National Identity
An informed society using official statistics

Summary of Financial Activity#

Summary of Financial Activity - Statistics
  2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
  Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
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 61,714 75,369 122,777 93,612 93,019 92,519 97,914 - 97,914 106,965 133,542 98,870
Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses - - - - - - N/A - - - - -
Borrowing Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Capital Expenditure 9,663 10,154 16,738 7,303 11,964 11,964 13,437 - 13,437 12,877 12,877 12,877
Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure - - - - - - - N/A - - - -

Total Appropriations

71,377 85,523 139,515 100,915 104,983 104,483 111,351 - 111,351 119,842 146,419 111,747

Crown Revenue and Receipts

                       
Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Non-Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Capital Receipts - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -

Total Crown Revenue and Receipts

- - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -

Budget Policy Initiatives#

Budget Policy initiatives - Statistics
Policy Initiative Appropriation 2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Statistics New Zealand Capability Needs - Field Collections Departmental Output Expenses - Official Statistics MCOA - Economic and Business Statistical Information Services - 717 581 469 506
Statistics New Zealand Capability Needs - Field Collections Departmental Output Expenses - Official Statistics MCOA - Population, Social and Labour Force Statistical Information Services - 717 580 469 507
Strengthening the 2011 Census Departmental Output Expenses - 2011Census of Population and Dwellings - MYA - - 2,000 3,000 -

Total Vote: All Appropriations

Significant changes in departmental appropriations in Vote Statistics are discussed briefly below:

Figure 1- Trends in total actual and estimated expenses and capital expenditure

Figure 1
Figure 1
Source: Statistics New Zealand

The fluctuation in the appropriation level for Statistics New Zealand is largely due to the cyclical nature of some of its survey activities and changes in new initiative funding. In the year the Census of Population and Dwellings is conducted, the costs rise significantly, due to expenditure on wages for enumerators and other temporary processing costs. The last Census year was in 2005/06. The next Census of Population and dwellings will be held in 2011.

In 2008/09 Statistics New Zealand's total appropriations will increase by $6.868 million compared to 2007/08 Estimated Actuals. The main contributing factors to the net increase are:

  • Increase in funding of $5.433 million relating to the MYA - 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings.
  • New initiative funding in 2008/09 of $1.434 million relating to Statistics New Zealand Capability Needs.

Statistics New Zealand also receives third-party revenue. The revenue generated is dependent on the demand for statistics by third-parties (individuals and companies) and other government departments to run specialised surveys. Contract surveys run for third-parties are fiscally neutral to Statistics New Zealand, as the additional revenue generated is offset by a corresponding increase in expenditure necessary to run the survey.

Part 2 - Details and Expected Performance for Output Expenses#

Part 2.1 - Departmental Output Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 2.1 Departmental Output Expenses - Statistics
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Trust and confidence in the Official Statistics System
  • Official Statistics MCOA
  • 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings - MYA
Access to official statistics
  • Official Statistics MCOA
  • 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings - MYA

2011 Census of Population and Dwellings (M67)

Scope of Appropriation and Expenses

Multi-Year Appropriations - Statistics
Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriation $000

Departmental Output Expenses

   

2011 Census of Population and Dwellings (M67)

Planning and delivery of the 2011 five-yearly Census of Population and Dwellings, as required under the Statistics Act 1975.

Commences: 1 July 2007

Expires: 30 June 2012

Original Appropriation 73,193
Adjustments for 2006/07 -
Adjustments to 2007/08 5,000
Adjusted Appropriation 78,193
Actual to 2006/07 Year End -
Estimated Actual for 2007/08 2,500
Estimated Actual for 2008/09 7,933
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 67,760

Revenue

Revenue - 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings (M67) - Statistics
  Budget
$000
Revenue from the Crown to end of 2008/09 10,433
Revenue from Others to end of 2008/09 -
Total Revenue 10,433

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The change in MYA is due to the new policy initiative approved in 2008 relating to Strengthening the 2011 Census.

Output Performance Measures and Standards

Outputs from the 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings will be produced in the 2011/12 year.

Official Statistics MCOA (M67)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Coordination of Government Statistical Activities
Leadership of the OSS, including liaison with OSS partners, provision of ministerial services, statistical advice, and the operation of access channels.

Economic and Business Statistical Information Services
Delivery of statistical information services relating to business and the economy.

Population, Social and Labour Force Statistical Information Services
Delivery of statistical information services relating to the population, environment, household economics, social conditions, and the labour force.

Explanation for Use of Multi-Class Output Expense Appropriation#

All three output classes contribute to the outcome of creating an informed society through official statistics.

Expenses and Revenue#

Expenses and Revenue - Official Statistics MCOA (M67) - Statistics
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000

Total Appropriation

90,519 90,019 89,981
Coordination of Government Statistical Activities 14,885 14,385 15,304
Economic and Business Statistical Information Services 31,014 31,014 33,917
Social, Population and Labour Force Statistical Information Services 44,620 44,620 40,760

Revenue from the Crown

81,126 81,126 80,538
Coordination of Government Statistical Activities 13,524 13,524 13,943
Economic and Business Statistical Information Services 26,654 26,654 29,557
Social, Population and Labour Force Statistical Information Services 40,948 40,948 37,038

Revenue from Others

9,393 9,393 9,443
Coordination of Government Statistical Activities 1,361 1,361 1,361
Economic and Business Statistical Information Services 4,359 4,359 4,359
Social, Population and Labour Force Statistical Information Services 3,673 3,673 3,723

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

The change in total appropriation in 2008/09 is a decrease of approximately $500,000 when compared to the 2007/08 budgeted appropriation. This change is due to adjustments for new budget initiatives, expense transfers and changes in the funding profile of some survey programmes.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Official Statistics MCOA (M67) - Statistics
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Coordination of Government Statistical Activities      
Quality - Services provided
  • Feedback received from advisory services is positive
  • Feedback received from statistical services is positive
- - 80%
Quality - Publications
  • Publications meet Statistics New Zealand publishing guidelines
  • Statistical releases are free from such significant error that they require an erratum to be published (in accordance with Statistics New Zealand's policy on errors in published statistics)
- - 100%
Timeliness
  • Services are provided within the agreed timeframes
- - 100%
Economic and Business Statistical Information Services      
Quantity - - 104 releases
Quality
  • Statistics are rated under the official statistics quality protocol as currently fit-for-purpose
  • Publications meet the Statistics New Zealand publishing guidelines
  • Statistical releases are free from such significant error that they require an erratum to be published (in accordance with Statistics New Zealand's policy on errors in published statistics)
- - 100%
Timeliness
  • Releases of statistics are made in accordance with the Statistics New Zealand release calendar
- - 100%
Population, Social and Labour Force Statistical Information Services      
Quantity - - 143 releases
Quality
  • Statistics are rated under the official statistics quality protocol as currently fit-for-purpose
  • Publications meet the Statistics New Zealand publishing guidelines
  • Statistical releases are free from such significant error that they require an erratum to be published (in accordance with Statistics New Zealand's policy on errors in published statistics)
- - 100%
Timeliness
  • Releases of statistics are made in accordance with the Statistics New Zealand release calendar
- - 100%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Official Statistics MCOA (M67) - Statistics
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Statistics New Zealand Capability Needs - Field Collections 2008/09 - 1,434 1,161 938 1,013
Strengthening the 2011 Census 2009/10 - - 2,000 3,000 -
Making More Information Freely Available 2007/08 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500
Enhanced Productivity Measures for New Zealand  2006/07 1,712 2,007 1,962 1,962 1,962
Improving Government Services to
Business
2005/06 290 290 290 290 290
Implementing Archiving of 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings Responses 2005/06 141 143 143 143 143
Meeting International Obligations 2005/06 2,564 2,218 2,218 2,218 2,218
Integrated Dataset on Student Loan Scheme Borrowers 2005/06 587 587 587 587 587
Official Statistical System Model (OSS) 2004/05 3,074 3,074 3,074 3,074 3,074
Linked Employer/Employee Data (LEED) 2004/05 1,813 1,813 1,813 1,813 1,813
Satellite Accounts for Non-Profit Institutions and Households 2004/05 253 253 253 253 253
New Accommodation for Wellington Staff 2004/05 2,338 2,338 2,338 2,338 2,338
Programme of Official Social Statistics 2003/04 9,772 9,138 12,457 9,965 11,142
Capability in Statistics New Zealand 2003/04 7,252 7,375 7,375 7,375 7,375
Census of Population and Dwellings 2003/04 - 1,698 7,489 22,111 2,223
Macroeconomic Statistics 2003/04 1,107 1,107 1,107 1,107 1,107
Household Labour Force Survey 2003/04 80 80 80 80 80

Part 6 - Details and Expected Results for Capital Expenditure#

Part 6.1 - Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 6.1 Departmental Capital Expenditure - Statistics
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Statistics New Zealand maintains a number of key statistical systems to collect, process and disseminate statistical information. Investments are made to maintain and redevelop these systems to reflect changes in technology and the nature of statistical activities. New systems are also developed to manage any new area of statistics. Statistics New Zealand also maintains its property plant and equipment. Statistics New Zealand - Capital Expenditure PLA (M67)

Statistics New Zealand - Capital Expenditure PLA (M67)

Scope of Appropriation

This appropriation is limited to the purchase or development of assets by and for the use of the Statistics New Zealand, as authorised by section 24(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989

Capital Expenditure

Capital Expenditure - Statistics New Zealand Capital Expenditure PLA (M67) - Statistics
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 2,620 2,642 4,200
Intangibles 9,344 9,322 9,237
Other - - -
Total Appropriation 11,964 11,964 13,437
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 2,620 2,642 4,200
Intangibles 9,344 9,322 9,237
Other - - -
Total Appropriation 11,964 11,964 13,437

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The change in Capital Expenditure in 2008/09 is for the development of statistical and IT infrastructure and the 2008 new initiatives for developing the field collections infrastructure.

Performance Information for Appropriations Vote National Archives#

MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister Responsible for Archives New Zealand (M3)

ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Archives New Zealand

MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR ARCHIVES NEW ZEALAND: Minister Responsible for Archives New Zealand

Part 1 - Summary of the Vote#

Part 1.1 - Overview of the Vote

An appropriation of $23.067 million is sought for Vote National Archives in 2008/09.

The Minister responsible for Archives New Zealand is responsible for appropriations in Vote National Archives for the 2008/09 financial year covering the following:

  • Services to make public archives accessible for government departments, other organisations and individuals.
  • Working with government agencies to ensure that good records of government decision-making are created and maintained, and that records of long-term value (including electronic records) are transferred to Archives New Zealand when appropriate.
  • Managing public archives, including ensuring that archives are properly preserved and securely held.
  • Providing leadership and support for archival activities across New Zealand.
  • Administering the Public Records Act 2005.
  • Providing policy advice and ministerial servicing.
  • Supporting the Archives Council.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-6 below.

Part 1.2 - High-Level Objectives of the Vote#

Contribution of Appropriations to Government Priorities and Outcomes#

Contribution of Appropriations to Government Priorities and Outcomes - Part 1.2 HighLevel Objectives of the Vote - National Archives
Appropriations Government Priorities - Themes / Sub-themes Government Outcomes
National Archival Services National Identity Society is strengthened through good recordkeeping and accessible archives (Archives New Zealand Statement of Intent 2008-2011)
E-Government
Digital Strategy

Summary of Financial Activity#

Summary of Financial Activity - National Archives
  2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
  Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
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 14,472 16,400 16,519 19,482 21,578 21,578 23,067 - 23,067 22,271 21,951 21,929
Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses - - - - - - N/A - - - - -
Borrowing Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Capital Expenditure 1,362 1,362 5,118 11,842 4,054 4,054 3,139 - 3,139 4,461 2,000 2,000
Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure - - - - - - - N/A - - - -

Total Appropriations

15,834 17,762 21,637 31,324 25,632 25,632 26,206 - 26,206 26,732 23,951 23,929

Crown Revenue and Receipts

                       
Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Non-Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Capital Receipts - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -

Total Crown Revenue and Receipts

- - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -

Budget Policy Initiatives#

Budget Policy initiatives - National Archives
Policy Initiative Appropriation 2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Ensuring Adequate Storage for Archives National Archival Services
Standard Output Expense Appropriation
- 610 270 - -
Public Records Act 2005 - Audit Services National Archival Services
Standard Output Expense Appropriation
- 229 379 706 684
Total Initiatives   - 839 649 706 684

Part 2 - Details and Expected Performance for Output Expenses#

Part 2.1 - Departmental Output Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 2.1 Departmental Output Expenses - National Archives
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Outcome - Society is strengthened through good recordkeeping and accessible archives
Impact - Government agencies keep good records
Impact -Archives are well managed
Impact -Archives are well used and accessible
Outcome - E-government goals
Impact -People know government information is well managed and they can readily access digital content and heritage held by government
Impact -Government adopts and uses common standards to ensure agencies and their partners can work together, and users can access government services and information
Outcome - Digital Strategy
Impact -To unlock New Zealand's stock of content and provide all New Zealanders with seamless, easy access to the information that is important to their lives, businesses, and cultural identities
National Archival Services

National Archival Services (M3)

Scope of Appropriation

The assessment, collection, storage, preservation and provision of access to public archives. It also includes policy advice and conducting programmes aimed at improving government recordkeeping.

Expenses and Revenue

Expenses and Revenue - National Archival Services (M3) - National Archives
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 21,578 21,578 23,067
Revenue from the Crown 20,693 20,693 22,184
Revenue from Others 885 885 883

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

Archives New Zealand has received additional budget funding in the 2008 Budget for the Ensuring Adequate Storage for Archives budget initiative of $610,000 and the Public Records Act 2005 - Audit Services budget initiative of $229,000. The remaining increase in budget appropriation is due to an increase in movement of previous budget initiatives.

Output Performance Measures and Standards

Output Performance Measures and Standards - National Archival Services (M3) - National Archives
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Six further products, including standards, guides and fact sheets will be added to Continuum.
Note: Archives New Zealand has responded to demand for products on disposal and appraisal in 2007/08, which has meant that the actual number of products produced will be higher than the target for this year.
6 9 6
Re-develop appraisal and disposal standards and guidelines in support of Archives New Zealand's new Appraisal Policy by 30 June 2009. New measure for
2008/09
New Measure for 2008/09 30 June 2009
A minimum of 350,000 approved items will be added to Archway annually.
Note: The result for this measure is high due to some large transfer and residual backcapture relating to the introduction of the Archway system. It is not considered likely that this high level will continue beyond this period.
350,000 596,000 350,000
An increasing proportion of contextual documentation will be assessed as meeting quality standards. Contextual documentation includes agency, series, function and jurisdiction documentation. In 2008/09 this will be 35% with this percentage increasing to 47% in the 2012/2013 financial year.
Note: An oversight led to the formal target remaining at 28%, the same level as last year. We are however targeting 32% for the full year result.
28% 32% 35%
A minimum of 80,000 reference services will be provided annually (includes providing assistance to researchers in the reading rooms, retrieving archives for researchers to consult, conducting research in response to written enquiries, and loans of archives to government agencies). 75,000-85,000 82,000 80,000
90% of archives will be retrieved for researchers in the reading rooms delivered within 30 minutes of published delivery times, with 98% of these archives delivered within 120 minutes of published delivery times. [Increased demand and the need to ensure appropriate systems and processes are applied to access restricted material means we are currently reviewing our service parameters. These parameters may be changed during the year]. 90%98% 96%100% 90%98%
85% of written reference enquires are answered within 15 working days, with 95% answered within 30 working days. 70%90% 92%97% 85%95%

Conditions on Use of Appropriation

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - National Archival Services (M3) - National Archives
Reference Conditions
Vote National Archives The Public Records Act 2005 sets out the functions of the Chief Archivist who is the Chief Executive of Archives New Zealand. The appropriation is for the carrying out of these functions: under section 20 - Authority to dispose of public records, the Chief Archivist must provide for public comment before authorising disposal. Under section 27 - Standards, the Chief Archivist can issue standards and before issuing a mandatory standard must have a process in place for consulting with every group or person to whom the standard may apply, or to any other interested person.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - National Archival Services (M3) - National Archives
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Ensuring Adequate Storage for Archives 2008/09 - 610 270 - -
Public Records Act 2005 - Audit Services 2008/09 - 229 379 706 684
Maintaining Capability- Archives New Zealand 2007/08 1,705 2,669 2,063 1,686 1,686
Ministers and Security Classified Papers programme 2007/08 100 100 100 100 100
Infrastructure Business Case 2006/07 129 129 129 129 129
Digitisation Business Case 2005/06 176 176 176 176 176
Capability Bid 2005 2005/06 219 150 150 150 150
Capability Development Bid 2004/05 1,321 1,321 1,321 1,321 1,321

Part 6 - Details and Expected Results for Capital Expenditure#

Part 6.1 - Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 6.1 Departmental Capital Expenditure - National Archives
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Maintain and upgrade Archives New Zealand's Property, Plant and Equipment, Intangibles and Other assets. Archives New Zealand - Capital Plan

Archives New Zealand - Capital Expenditure PLA (M3)

Scope of Appropriation

This appropriation is limited to the purchase or development of assets by and for the use of the Archives New Zealand, as authorised by section 24(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989

Capital Expenditure

Capital Expenditure - Archives New Zealand Capital Expenditure PLA (M3) - National Archives
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 3,604 3,604 2,613
Intangibles 200 200 276
Other 250 250 250
Total Appropriation 4,054 4,054 3,139
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 3,604 3,604 2,613
Intangibles 200 200 276
Other 250 250 250
Total Appropriation 4,054 4,054 3,139

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The decrease in appropriation for Property, Plant and Equipment reflects the timing of our asset replacement schedule. There has been significant expenditure in this asset class in the previous two years. The increase in the Intangibles is due to additional and upgraded software for the archive access system.

Performance Information for Appropriations Vote National Library#

MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister Responsible for the National Library (M48)

ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: National Library of New Zealand

MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR NATIONAL LIBRARY OF NEW ZEALAND: Minister Responsible for the National Library

Part 1 - Summary of the Vote#

Part 1.1 - Overview of the Vote

The Minister for the National Library is responsible for Appropriations in Vote National Library for the 2008/09 financial year covering the following:

A total of just over $67 million on services offered by the National Library including:

  • collecting and preserving information
  • access to information
  • library and information services to schools, and
  • policy advice with regard to library and information issues.

A total of just over $23 million for the purchase of capital assets in the provision of National Library services, including:

  • a total of just over $12 million on building a National Library building for the 21st Century
  • a total of over $1 million on building a National Digital Heritage Archive
  • a total of nearly $4 million on the purchase of books for the Library's General and Schools Collection
  • a total of nearly $6 million on other asset purchases.

A total of under $2 million on purchasing material for the Alexander Turnbull Library Collections. This will form part of a multi-year appropriation of $4.638 million for the period 2008/09 to 2010/11.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-6 below.

Part 1.2 - High-Level Objectives of the Vote#

Objectives of the Vote#

The National Library is aligned with the following Government priorities to guide public sector policy and performance:

  • National Identity.
  • Families - Young and Old.
  • Economic Transformation.

Although the Library contributes to all three outcomes there is a particular focus, because of the strength of its collections, on the National Identity theme. ‘Sustainability' is an important Government theme that underpins Library activities.

Vote National Library appropriations fund activities that support this outcome statement:

  • New Zealanders' connected with information important to all aspects of their lives.

The National Library contributes to the following intermediate outcomes:

  • New Zealand's documentary heritage is nurtured.
  • New Zealanders' access to information is facilitated
  • New Zealanders are skilful and confident in using information.

To achieve Government themes and Library outcomes the following interventions have been designed:

  • Build and preserve heritage collections/taonga and enhance research services within the Alexander Turnbull Library.
  • Collect, preserve and make accessible digital objects for and about New Zealand and New Zealanders.
  • Expand access to a range of information to meet the changing needs of New Zealanders.
  • Develop enhanced services for schools to support teaching and learning.

During 2008/09 the appropriations will fund outputs for:

  • The provision of services which assist access to library collections and other information.
  • Collecting and preserving published and unpublished items for the National Library and Alexander Turnbull Library collections.
  • The provision of library and information services and products to schools.
  • Policy advice on the role of information in New Zealand's cultural, creative and economic life.

Key government strategies for the National Library are:

  • the Digital Strategy
  • the Digital Content Strategy
  • the Maori Language Strategy
  • enabling the 21st century learner - an E-learning Action Plan for Schools 2006-2010
  • ICT Strategic Framework for Education.

 

 

Summary of Financial Activity#

Summary of Financial Activity - National Library
  2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
  Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
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 44,359 47,293 50,941 52,235 66,132 64,832 67,302 - 67,302 61,479 66,434 67,743
Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses - - - - - - N/A - - - - -
Borrowing Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Capital Expenditure 6,717 8,427 5,894 9,672 16,064 15,764 23,262 1,546 24,808 42,962 29,389 8,838
Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure - - - - - - - N/A - - - -

Total Appropriations

51,076 55,720 56,835 61,907 82,196 80,596 90,564 1,546 92,110 104,441 95,823 76,581

Crown Revenue and Receipts

                       
Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Non-Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Capital Receipts - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -

Total Crown Revenue and Receipts

- - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -

Budget Policy Initiatives#

Budget Policy initiatives - National Library
Policy Initiative Appropriation 2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
National Library Redevelopment Collecting and Preserving Information 939 - - - -
  Access to Information 299 - - - -
  Library and Information Services to Schools 576 - - - -
  Policy Advice 86 - - - -
Building a National Library for the 21st Century Collecting and Preserving Information (funded by Revenue Crown) 4,942 3,092 2,517 4,952 5,599
  Access to Information (funded by Revenue Crown) 1,574 984 802 1,577 1,783
  Library and Information Services to Schools (funded by Revenue Crown) 3,031 1,897 1,544 3,038 3,435
  Policy Advice (funded by Revenue Crown) 453 283 231 454 513
  Departmental Capital Injection 3,467 12,211 32,116 19,133 2,500
Total Initiatives   15,367 18,467 37,210 29,154 13,830

Departmental output classes

The main underlying factors, other than changes in the capital charge rate, leading to changes in the cost of outputs are:

  • Funding in 2004/05 (increasing in subsequent years) for a Trusted Digital Repository, associated with the collection, preservation and provision of access to digital material. Funding received was $1.788 million, $3.512 million, $5.074 million and $5.376 million in 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07 and 2007/08 and outyears respectively.
  • Funding received in a number of Budget rounds to invest in people capability and property management and maintenance.
  • An increase in appropriation in 2006/07 and an equivalent return of capital for a single year accounting adjustment to recognise the provision for the cost of exiting two property leases in 2010.
  • Funding in 2007/08 and outyears for the Digital New Zealand programme and for costs associated with the Aotearoa Peoples Network to fund the rollout of free broadband internet access in public libraries.
  • Funding in 2007/08 and outyears associated with building a National Library for the 21st century totalling $10 million, $6.256 million, $5.094 million, $10.021 million and $11.330 million in 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2011/12 respectively.

Capital expenditure

Two significant programmes of work have affected capital expenditure since 2006/07. The Trusted Digital Repository work programme increased capital expenditure by $3.300 million and $5.400 million in 2006/07 and 2007/08 respectively, and building a National Library for the 21st century affects 2007/08 and outyears by a total of $69.400 million.

Part 2 - Details and Expected Performance for Output Expenses#

Part 2.1 - Departmental Output Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 2.1 Departmental Output Expenses - National Library
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Outcome:New Zealanders' access to information is facilitated.
Description:Assisting access to the National Library and Alexander Turnbull Library Collections and other information.
Objectives:
  • Maintain and build databases and access tools.
  • Provide access to the collections.
  • Provide advice and support for New Zealand libraries and information organisations.
Impacts and Outcomes sought:
  • Comprehensive and timeliness of cataloguing of collections.
  • Work of researchers is supported by the material available and results in citations.
  • Use of the collection grows using the various products and services available for access.
  • More information about the collections becomes available.
Access to Information
Outcome:New Zealand's documentary heritage is nurtured.
Description:The physical collection, preservation, maintenance, and holding of collection items.
Objectives:
  • Collect and preserve information.
  • Provide preservation and conservation services.
Impacts and Outcomes sought:
  • Collections are a good representation of New Zealand material published during the collecting period and meets user demands.
  • Preservation treatment of Alexander Turnbull Library Collections meets priorities set to ensure the longevity of the collection.
Collecting and Preserving Information
Outcome:New Zealanders are skilful and confident in using information.
Description:Delivery of library-based information services and products to schools.
Objective:
  • Provision of curriculum and library information support to schools.
Impacts and Outcomes sought:
  • School libraries develop with the assistance of the National Library.
  • Materials available for access via the National Library meet the current curriculum needs and teachers have a high-level of awareness of available National Library products and services.
  • School Services works collaboratively with schools, the Ministry of Education, and other agencies to develop library and information access, management and use as well as literacy and information literacy, amongst students, particularly those in low decile schools.
Library and Information Services to Schools
Description:The provision of policy advice on information issues relevant to the Government's expected outcomes for the National Library and library services in New Zealand.
Objective:Provision of policy advice to Government.
Outcome sought:Government decisions relating to the Library and Information sector reflect the advice given by the National Library.
Policy Advice

National Library Services MCOA (M48)

Scope of Appropriation

Collecting and Preserving Information
Collecting and preserving published and unpublished items for the National Library and Alexander Turnbull Library collections.

Access to Information
The provision of services which assist access to library collections and other information, including cataloguing and describing, the provision of tools and finding aids, providing access to the collections, and the purchase of information.

Library and Information Services to Schools
The provision of library and information services and products to schools, in support of the National Curriculum.

Policy Advice
Policy advice on the role of information in New Zealand's cultural and economic life. This includes services to the Minister Responsible for the National Library, and the support of the advisory bodies established under the National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa Act) 2003.

Explanation for Use of Multi-Class Output Expense Appropriation

Outcome and service delivery alignment.

Expenses and Revenue

Expenses and Revenue - National Library Services MCOA (M48) - National Library
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 66,132 64,832 67,302
Revenue from the Crown 60,790 59,490 63,559
Revenue from Others 5,520 5,520 3,904

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

There is no significant change in appropriation in 2008/09.

Output Performance Measures and Standards

Output Performance Measures and Standards - National Library Services MCOA (M48) - National Library
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
1. Access to Information      

1.1 Maintaining and building databases and access tools

     
Maintaining and developing new title records for the heritage collection 15,000-18,000 15,000-18,000 15,000-18,000
Bibliographic records for retrospective material added to the heritage collections 24,000-26,000 24,000-26,000 18,000-20,000
Index New Zealand Citations added 29,000-31,000 29,000-31,000 28,000-30,000
Digital objects in a number of formats 153,000-159,000 153,000-159,000 350,000-355,000
TAPUHI new and retrospective records 20,000-24,000 20,000-24,000 20,000-24,000
Number of items copied through access copying programmes for addition to reference collections and databases 735,000-737,000 735,000-737,000 559,000-674,000
Bibliographic records for newly published material to international standards 95% 95% 95%
Index New Zealand titles completed to Indexing standards 95% 95% 90%
Bibliographic records created for newly published material added to the heritage collection and items accessible within 15 working days 95% 95% 90%
Index New Zealand citations priority titles within 5 working days 95% 95% 95%
TAPUHI new records added within 20 working days - - 95%

1.2 Providing access to the collections

     
Number of Alexander Turnbull Library citations in all published formats from books to born-digital 280-310 280-310 330-360
Number of unique visitors to national library website - - 450,000-550,000
Number of visitors to exhibitions including touring 30,000-35,000 30,000-35,000 30,000-35,000
Number of researchers assisted by the Alexander Turnbull Library 30,000-33,000 30,000-33,000 26,000-29,000
Number of reference enquiries and independent on-site use of the general Collections 95,000-98,000 95,000-98,000 95,000-98,000
Number of copies produced for external requests - - 110,000-210,000
Percentage increase of unique visitors to all national library websites - - 25%
Percentage of remote users indicating their expectations were met or exceeded Benchmark to be set 2007/08 Benchmark to be set 2007/08 90%
User access to online collections 23/7 - - 95%
Percentage of author/title requests that will be completed within 2 working days for offsite use 90% 90% 90%
Percentage of subject requests for print Disabilities items that will be completed within 5 working days 99% 99% 90%

1.3 Advice and support for New Zealand libraries and information organisations

     
Access to Te Puna database available for subscribers 23/7 95% 95% 95%

1.4 User satisfaction and access

     
User satisfaction with access to services for young New Zealanders in schools 95% 95% 95%
2. Collecting and Preserving Information      

2.1 Collecting and preserving information

     
Number of items that will be acquired for the Alexander Turnbull Library 76,000-79,000 76,000-79,000 69,000-72,000
Number of digital items acquired through Legal Deposit - - 5,000-6,000

2.2 Preservation and Conservation activities

     
Number of collection items included in preservation treatment, copying and archival storage programmes meeting Conservation and Copying Guidelines 489,000-670,000 489,000-670,000 270,000-290,000
Percentage of backlog preservation copying and conservation treatments planned to achieve Conservation Guidelines completed 70% 70% 60%
3. Library and Information Services to Schools      

3.1 Curriculum and library information support to schools

     
Number of items that will be acquired for the Schools Collection 46,000-49,000 46,000-49,000 46,000-49,000
Number of curriculum support items that will be issued from the collections 1.0m-1.5m 1.0m-1.5m 1.0m-1.5m
Number of document supply service requests items supplied to schools 18,000-21,000 18,000-21,000 18,000-21,000
Number of requests to Curriculum Information Service 53,000-58,000 53,000-58,000 52,000-58,000
Number of school professional development seminars and network meetings delivered 380-410 380-410 300-350
Number of low decile schools that will be involved in the Strengthening School Libraries programme for improving literacy and information skills 10 10 10
Percentage of surveyed respondents indicating saitisfaction with items received 95% 95% 95%
Percentage of schools of decile rating 4 and below that receive School Services support 70-80% 70-80% 70-80%
Number of requests to Curriculum Information Service within 5 working days 95% 95% 85%
4. Policy Advice      

4.1 Policy Advice to Government

     
Percentage of Policy papers that the Minister is satisfied with in regard to the following characteristics:Purpose, Logic, Accuracy, Options, Consultation, Practicality, Timeliness, Presentation 100% 100% 95%
Percentage of questions and other request completed within statutory and other agreed timeframes 100% 1005 100%
Satisfaction of the Chair of the Library and Information Advisory Committee with the quality of support Satisfactory or above Satisfactory or above Satisfactory or above
Satisfaction of the Chair of the Guardians/Kaitiaki of the Alexander Turnbull Library with the quality of support Satisfactory or above Satisfactory or above Satisfactory or above

Conditions on Use of Appropriation

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - National Library Services MCOA (M48) - National Library
Reference Conditions
Output 1. Access to Information National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa) Act 2003. Part 2, Section 7 (a). This notes the purpose of the National Library is to [Invalid character here] enrich the cultural and economic life of New Zealand[Invalid character here] by [Invalid character here] collecting, preserving, and protecting documents, particularly those relating to New Zealand; and making them accessible for all the people of New Zealand in a manner consistent with their status as documentary heritage and taonga[Invalid character here] .
Output 2. Collecting and Preserving Information As above. The National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa) Act 2003. Part 2, Section 7 (a). The purpose of the National Library is to [Invalid character here] enrich the cultural and economic life of New Zealand[Invalid character here] by [Invalid character here] collecting, preserving, and protecting documents, particularly those relating to New Zealand[Invalid character here] .
Output 3. Library and Information Services to Schools National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa) Act 2003. Part 2, Section 9 (1)(c). One of the functions of the National Library is to [Invalid character here] provide other services, including access to information resources, and bibliographical and school services, as the Minister thinks fit[Invalid character here] .
Output 4. Policy Advice National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa) Act 2003. Section 9 (1)(e). One of the functions of the National Library is to [Invalid character here] advise and assist the Minister in matters relating to library and information issues[Invalid character here] .

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - National Library Services MCOA (M48) - National Library
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Staff Salaries 2002 2,543 2,543 2,543 2,543 2,543
Insurance Premium Increase 2003 640 640 640 640 640
Trusted Digital Repository 2004 5,376 5,376 5,376 5,376 5,376
Library and Information Advisory Commission 2004 35 35 35 35 35
Improving Access to National Library's Electronic Services 2005 1,145 1,145 1,145 1,145 1,145
Capital Charge Effect of Land and Building Revaluation 2006 327 327 327 327 327
Property and Services 2007 130 130 130 130 130
People Capability Salaries 2007 859 859 859 859 859
Poet Laureate 2007 25 50 50 50 50
People's Network 2007 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100
Digital Scorecard 2007 150 - 150 - 150
Digital New Zealand 2007 750 900 750 900 750
Building a National Library for the 21st Century 2008 10,000 6,256 5,094 10,021 11,330

Part 6 - Details and Expected Results for Capital Expenditure#

Part 6.1 - Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 6.1 Departmental Capital Expenditure - National Library
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations

National Digital Heritage Archive

Description: continued development of the National Digital Heritage Archive, a digital archive and preservation management system which will contain material obtained through legal deposit, web-harvesting, donations, and digitisation programmes.. The NDHA is a digital repository, which will collect, preserve, and provide access to New Zealand's digital material. This is a 4 to 5-year project and the Library is entering the final phases of the NDHA project (it is expected to be fully functional by 2009).
Outcome: the National Library will have the infrastructure and technology it needs to provide ongoing access to and preservation of digital heritage collections for the benefit of all New Zealanders.
Access to Information & Collecting and Preserving Information

National Library Wellington Building Redevelopment

Description: redeveloping the Wellington National Library building in order to preserve, protect and make accessible the National Library collections for current and future generations of New Zealanders and users worldwide.
Outcomes: a transformed 21st century National Library accessible to all through a comprehensive digital presence; improved protection for heritage collections; increased collection storage space; updated library services; an environmentally sustainable building.
Access to Information & Collecting and Preserving Information

Aotearoa People's Network

Description: continued rollout of the Aotearoa People's Network which involves the provision of free hardware/software/training to participating libraries. Results in the provision of free internet access; onsite support and skill building for library staff; tools to encourage users to create, access, share and preserve content; provision of ICT (computer devices with networked printers, webcams and associated software); community repositories for citizen created content; training for library staff.
Outcome: a standard level of ICT facilities for participating public libraries:
  • ICT skill development for individuals and communities
  • access to new technologies for all (especially those who currently do not have access for financial or other reasons)
  • content creation and management - creating a shared digital heritage, and
  • a free flow of information for all New Zealanders with access to a public library.
Access to Information

National Library of New Zealand - Capital Expenditure PLA (M48)

Scope of Appropriation

This appropriation is limited to the purchase or development of assets by and for the use of the National Library of New Zealand, as authorised by section 24(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989

Capital Expenditure

Capital Expenditure - National Library of New Zealand Capital Expenditure PLA (M48) - National Library
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 3,817 3,817 12,561
Intangibles 6,287 6,287 6,936
Other 4,033 4,033 3,765
Total Appropriation 14,137 14,137 23,262
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 3,817 3,817 12,561
Intangibles 6,287 6,287 6,936
Other 4,033 4,033 3,765
Total Appropriation 14,137 14,137 23,262

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The 2008/09 Capital Expenditure budget includes funding for the redevelopment of the National Library Wellington Building for the 21st Century.

Expected Results

Expected Results - National Library of New Zealand Capital Expenditure PLA (M48) - National Library
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
National Digital Heritage Archive completed to specifications 90% 90% 93%
Wellington Building redevelopment detailed design specification completed - - 95%
Aotearoa Peoples Network - number of participating libraries initial phases completed 34 34 36

Part 6.2 - Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Intended Impacts, Outcome#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 6.2 NonDepartmental Capital Expenditure - National Library
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Heritage Collections : This involves the physical collection, preservation, maintenance and holding of Heritage Collection (Alexander Turnbull Library) items.
Intermediate Outcome: New Zealand's Documentary Heritage is nurtured.
Intervention: Build and preserve heritage collections/taonga and enhance research services within the Alexander Turnbull Library.
Collecting and Preserving Information

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives#

Heritage Collections (M48)#

Scope of Appropriation and Capital Expenditure

Multi-Year Appropriations - National Library
Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriation $000

Capital Expenditure to be Incurred by the Crown

   

Heritage Collections (M48)

Purchase of material for the Alexander Turnbull Library collections held and managed by the National Library.

Commences: 1 July 2005

Expires: 30 June 2008

Original Appropriation 4,929
Adjustments for 2006/07 -
Adjustments to 2007/08 (6)
Adjusted Appropriation 4,923
Actual to 2006/07 Year End 2,996
Estimated Actual for 2007/08 1,627
Estimated Actual for 2008/09 -
Estimated Appropriation Remaining 300

Scope of Appropriation and Capital Expenditure

Multi-Year Appropriations - National Library
Type, Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations Appropriation $000

Expected Results

Expected Results - Heritage Collections (M48) - National Library
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Heritage Collection (Alexander Turnbull Library) items acquired 63,000 63,000 68,000

Conditions on Use of Appropriation

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Heritage Collections (M48) - National Library
Reference Conditions
Heritage Collection (Alexander Turnbull Library) National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa) Act 2003. Part 2, Section 7 (a). This section and clause notes the purpose of the National Library is to "enrich the cultural and economic life of New Zealand" by "collecting, preserving, and protecting documents, particularly those relating to New Zealand".

Reporting Mechanisms#

Reporting Mechanisms - Reporting Mechanisms - National Library
Appropriation Reporting Mechanism
Heritage Collections (Alexander Turnbull Library) Not required.

The above table indicates the mechanisms to be used for reporting actual performance for each non-departmental capital expenditure appropriation.

Performance Information for Appropriations Vote Māori Affairs#

MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister of Māori Affairs (M46)

ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Te Puni Kōkiri

MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR TE PUNI KŌKIRI: Minister of Maori Affairs

Part 1 - Summary of the Vote#

Part 1.1 - Overview of the Vote

The Minister of Maori Affairs is responsible for appropriations in the Vote for the 2008/09 financial year covering the following:

  • a total of nearly $28 million for Policy Advice, Ministerial Servicing, and the monitoring of Crown Entities and the Māori Television Service by Te Puni Kōkiri
  • a total of just over $18 million for the design, delivery and management of community investment programmes and the Māori Wardens programme
  • a total of nearly $9 million for strengthening relationships with Māori with emphasis on brokerage, co-ordination and facilitation
  • a total of nearly $10 million for providing services to the Māori Trustee
  • a total of nearly $73 million for the promotion of Māori language and culture through direct funding of broadcasting entities and Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo (Māori Language Commission)
  • a total of nearly $23 million for funding Māori Potential through community investment programmes and the Rangatiratanga grants
  • a total of nearly $18 million for specific Māori Potential programmes including; Iwi Housing Support, Hui Taumata Taskforce, Māori Womens Development Fund, Wharewaka development, Mataatua Whare and the Regional Tourism Organisations planning
  • a total of just over $100,000 for various legislative payments administered by Te Puni Kōkiri
  • a total of nearly $2 million for capital advances to Maori land owners for compensation loans.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-6 below.

Part 1.2 - High-Level Objectives of the Vote#

Government Priorities and Outcomes - Links to Appropriations - Maori Affairs
Government Priorities - Themes / Sub-themes Government Outcomes Appropriations
Families Young & Old All families, young and old, have the support and choices they need to be secure and be able to reach their full potential within our knowledge-based economy. Policy - Social and Cultural
Relationships and Information
Operations Management
Whakamana (Leadership)
Rawa (Resources)
Mātauranga (Knowledge)
Administration of Maori Broadcasting
Māori Television Broadcasting
Māori Radio Broadcasting
Maori Television Channel
Promotion of the Māori Language
Iwi Housing Support
Rangatiratanga Grants
Māori Wardens
Te Putahi Paoho
National Identity All New Zealanders to be able to take pride in who and what we are, through our arts, culture, film, sports and music, our appreciation of our natural environment, our understanding of our history and our stance in international issues. Policy - Social and Cultural
Policy - Crown Māori Relationships
Relationships and Information
Operations Management
Services to the Māori Trustee
Whakamana (Leadership)
Rawa (Resources)
Mātauranga (Knowledge)
Administration of Maori Broadcasting
Māori Television Broadcasting
Māori Radio Broadcasting
Māori Television Service
Promotion of the Māori Language
Treaty of Waitangi Touring Exhibition
Rangatiratanga Grants
Māori Registration Service
Māori Wardens
NZ Māori Council
Te Putahi Paoho
Loss on sale from Mauao Historic Reserve
Re-erection of Mataatua Whare
Wharewaka - Wellington Waterfront Development
Rural Lending (capital)
Economic Transformation Working to progress our economic transformation to a high income, knowledge based market economy, which is both innovative and creative and provides a unique quality of life to all New Zealanders. Policy - Economic and Enterprise
Relationships and Information
Operations Management
Services to the Māori Trustee
EEMED Establishment
Whakamana (Leadership)
Rawa (Resources)
Mātauranga (Knowledge)
Rangatiratanga Grants
Beyond Hui Taumata
Māori Women's Development Fund
Regional Tourism Organisations - Planning

Objectives of the Vote#

The Government's overall objective is to continue New Zealand's transformation to a dynamic, knowledge-based economy and society, underpinned by the values of fairness, opportunity and security. The Government's policy programme balances economic and social policy, with three key priority foci:

  • ensuring that families, young and old, are able to secure and have the opportunity to reach their full potential
  • strengthening our national identity, and
  • economic transformation.

These objectives are consistent with Māori aspirations, and the need to recognise the increasing diversity in the Māori population to ensure quality outcomes for all.

Te Puni Kōkiri is the principal advisor on Crown-Maori relationships through leading Māori Public Policy and managing Relationships and Information. The efforts of Te Puni Kōkiri are directed towards the Strategic Outcome of Māori succeeding as Māori by realising Māori potential through the following three enablers:

  • Strengthening of leadership and decision-making (Whakamana).
  • Building of knowledge and skills (Mātauranga).
  • Development and use of resources (Rawa).

This provides for a sharpened focus for Vote Māori Affairs which involves funding a range of activities that fit within the following outcome areas:

  • Fostering, and capitalising on the potential of Māori language and Culture.
  • Realising Rangatahi Potential.
  • Growing Māori economic participation.

This outcomes framework drives the activities contained in this document which are seen as vital to improving quality of life for Māori.

Summary of Financial Activity#

Summary of Financial Activity - Maori Affairs
  2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
  Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
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 107,903 116,318 120,986 139,404 160,643 158,532 64,512 95,847 160,359 159,884 159,117 158,553
Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses 500 480 477 480 480 480 N/A 480 480 480 480 480
Borrowing Expenses - - - - - - - - - - - -
Other Expenses 33,166 27,479 33,544 9,841 13,387 12,737 - 22,152 22,152 9,152 9,152 9,152
Capital Expenditure 1,296 165 794 664 4,942 3,370 4,687 1,922 6,609 6,599 4,929 5,347
Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure - - - - - - - N/A - - - -

Total Appropriations

142,865 144,442 155,801 150,389 179,452 175,119 69,199 120,401 189,600 176,115 173,678 173,532

Crown Revenue and Receipts

                       
Tax Revenue - - - - - - N/A N/A - - - -
Non-Tax Revenue 11,141 4,392 4,343 4,843 3,967 3,967 N/A N/A 3,967 3,967 3,967 3,967
Capital Receipts 611 245 272 1,069 325 325 N/A N/A 325 325 325 325

Total Crown Revenue and Receipts

11,752 4,637 4,615 5,912 4,292 4,292 N/A N/A 4,292 4,292 4,292 4,292

Budget Policy Initiatives#

Budget Policy initiatives - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Appropriation 2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
EEMED Establishment

EEMED Establishment

Departmental Output Expenses
903 - - - -

Policy - Economic and Enterprise

Departmental Output Expenses
139 - - - -
Foreshore & Seabed

Policy - Crown Māori Relationships

Departmental Output Expenses
231 380 380 380 380
Te Ariki Trust

Te Ariki Trust

Other Expenses to be incurred by the Crown
23 21 21 21 21
Maori Trust Office Transition

Services to the Māori Trustee

Departmental Output Expenses
2,027 - - - -

Policy - Economic and Enterprise

Departmental Output Expenses
180 - - - -
Stand Alone Māori Trustee: Operational & Transitional Funding

Services to the Māori Trustee

Departmental Output Expenses
- 4,669 5,071 4,843 4,769

Te Puni Kōkiri - Capital Expenditure

Departmental Capital Expenditure
- 1,171 1,995 956 300
Strengthening Māori Wardens: Enhancing Capacity - Realising Potential

Operations Management

Departmental Output Expenses
- 3,246 2,334 2,078 1,802

Māori Wardens

Other Expenses to be incurred by the Crown
- 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000

Te Puni Kōkiri - Capital Expenditure

Departmental Capital Expenditure
- 212 - - -
Broadcasting Amendment Bill Archiving and Digital Content Requirements

Administration of Māori Broadcasting

Non-Departmental Output Expenses
- 520 520 200 200
Re-erection of the Mataatua Whare

Re-erection of the Mataatua Whare

Other Expenses to be incurred by the Crown
2,000 5,000 - - -
Establishing a Wharewaka for the Wellington Waterfront

Wharewaka - Wellington Waterfront Development

Other Expenses to be incurred by the Crown
- 7,000 - - -

Figure 1 - Trends in total actual and estimated expenses and capital expenditure

Trends in total actual and estimated expenses and capital expenditure
Trends in total actual and estimated expenses and capital expenditure
Source: Te Puni Kōkiri

Part 2 - Details and Expected Performance for Output Expenses#

Part 2.1 - Departmental Output Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 2.1 Departmental Output Expenses - Maori Affairs
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their social and cultural potential.Objective: Positively influence the quality of life and experiences of Māori and the cultural institutions (including whanau and other collectives) to which they belong.
Policy - Social and Cultural
Relationships and Information
Operations Management
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their economic potential.Objective: Positively influence the quality of Māori participation and success in the economy.
Policy - Economic and Enterprise
Relationships and Information
Operations Management
Services to the Māori Trustee
EEMED Establishment
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Constructive engagement between Māori and the Crown, on issues of mutual interest, create opportunities for Māori to realise their potential.Objective: Positively influence the quality of the Crown-Māori relationship.
Policy - Crown Māori Relationships
Relationships and Information
Operations Management
Services to the Māori Trustee

EEMED Establishment (M46)

Scope of Appropriation

To establish the Entity for Enhancing Māori Economic Development including related transitional costs.

Expenses and Revenue

Expenses and Revenue - EEMED Establishment (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 903 100 -
Revenue from the Crown 903 100 -
Revenue from Others - - -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

This was funded as a one-off appropriation to administer the establishment of a new economic development entity for Māori. The establishment of a new entity is being sought through the Māori Trustee and Māori Development Amendment Bill. Delays in the passage of this Bill have limited establishment activity in 2007/08. As a consequence, an in-principle expense transfer has been sought to transfer the unspent portion of the budget into 2008/09.

Output Performance Measures and Standards

Output Performance Measures and Standards - EEMED Establishment (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Oversee the establishment of a new entity to enhance Māori economic development including:
  • development of a draft Investment Strategy
  • appointment of an Investment Board
by 30 June 2008 not achieved due to legislative delays by 30 June 2009
Provide advice to the Minister of Māori Affairs on issues and Government interests in a new entity to enhance Māori economic development N/A N/A To Ministers satisfaction

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - EEMED Establishment (M46) - Māori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Establish the Entity for Enhancing Māori Economic Development 2007/08 903 - - - -

Operations Management (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Services that support Māori development through the design, delivery, and management of community investment programmes.

Expenses and Revenue#

Expenses and Revenue - Operations Management (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 17,304 16,915 18,187
Revenue from the Crown 17,252 16,863 18,135
Revenue from Others 52 52 52

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

Increased funding for the continuation and expansion of the Māori Wardens Programme first piloted in 2007/08. Refer Current and Past Policy Initiatives below.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Operations Management (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Manage investments in the three areas of Whakamana (strengthening of leadership and decision-making); Mātauranga (building of knowledge and skills); Rawa (development and use of resources) Specific investment focus on:
  • Rangatahi
  • Cultural success, and
  • Māori economic success.
All investment proposals meet the evaluation criteria prescribed in the operations manual All investment proposals meet the evaluation criteria prescribed in the operations manual All investment proposals meet the evaluation criteria prescribed in the operations manual
Manage the delivery of the Kaitātaki-ā-Rohe programme to provide for community workers A minimum of 30 Māori Development worker investment projects are put in place A minimum of 30 Māori Development worker investment projects are put in place A minimum of 30 Māori Development worker investment projects are put in place
Manage the delivery of the Special Housing Action Zones (SHAZ) programme to provide for capacity building support All investment proposals meet the criteria prescribed in the SHAZ programme guidelines All investment proposals meet the criteria prescribed in the SHAZ programme guidelines All investment proposals meet the criteria prescribed in the SHAZ programme guidelines
Manage the Kapohia Nga Rawa programme to place key workers into Māori communities to ensure informed decision-making as it relates to the acceleration of development and leveraging opportunities A minimum of 20 development workers and mentors are appointed to assist communities to access information and support them in its use A minimum of 20 development workers and mentors are appointed to assist communities to access information and support them in its use A minimum of 20 development workers and mentors are appointed to assist communities to access information and support them in its use
Māori Wardens Programme - establish a nationwide training framework for Māori Wardens - - Completed by 30 June 2009
Māori Wardens Programme - undertake Māori Warden training (across 3 course types) - 300 attend courses 480 attend courses
Māori Wardens Programme - appoint and train Regional Co-ordinators 6 6 8

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Operations Management (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Strengthening Māori Wardens: Enhancing Capacity - Realising Potential 2008/09 - 3,246 2,334 2,078 1,802
Building Capacity and Capability within the New Zealand Māori Wardens 2007/08 2,530 - - - -
Kapohia Ngā Rawa 2005/06 3,495 3,495 3,495 3,495 3,495
Māori Women's Development Fund 2005/06 300 300 300 300 300
Te Puni Kokiri Capability 2004/05 300 300 300 300 300
Extension of Local Level Solutions & Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions 2004/05 218 218 218 218 218
Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes 2004/05 311 311 311 311 311
Whānau Development - Sport and Culture 2004/05 61 61 61 61 61

Note - Operational funding received in 2004/05 for the administration of the Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes and Whānau Development - Sport and Culture are now directed towards the administration of the Māori Potential Funds; Whakamana, Rawa and Mātauranga.

Policy - Crown Maori Relationships (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Advice on relationships between Māori people and the Crown. It includes Treaty policy issues, advice on the impact of legislation and running the Waka Umanga Secretariat.

Expenses and Revenue#

Expenses and Revenue - Policy Crown Maori Relationships (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 7,296 7,296 7,432
Revenue from the Crown 7,267 7,267 7,403
Revenue from Others 29 29 29

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Policy Crown Maori Relationships (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Generic Measure: Policy advice will be in accordance with the Quality Assurance Handbook and the Cabinet Manual, and will receive at least a satisfactory assessment for each of the quality criteria in assessments of Ministerial satisfaction and annual independent assessment. 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment
Generic Measure: Reporting deadlines agreed with the Minister will be met. 95% 95% 95%
Specific Measures: Report to the Minister of Māori Affairs on the following key areas of work:
  • The Ministry's contribution to facilitating Treaty of Waitangi settlements
  • The Crown's progress in implementing the recommendations of the Waitangi Tribunal
  • The Ministry's contribution to the consideration of issues associated with Māori property rights with respect to natural resources
  • The Ministry's involvement in international fora associated with indigenous peoples, and the related rights and interests of Māori people.
- - 4 reports
Specific Measure: Provide advice on, and monitor, issues associated with the administration of Māori Affairs legislation, including supporting the progress of the Waka Umanga (Maori Corporations) Bill and the Māori Trustee and Māori Development Amendment Bill, and new Bills developed in the 2008/09 year. Within timeframes required by parliamentary processes Within timeframes required by parliamentary processes Within timeframes required by parliamentary processes
Report to the Minister of Māori Affairs on the establishment of the Waka Umanga (Māori Corporations) Secretariat. N/A N/A 1 report

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Policy Crown Maori Relationships (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Policy Ministry of Māori Development Act 1991 s (5) 1 a and (5) 1 b
Legislation Waka Umanga (Māori Corporations) Bill
Report on Crown's progress in implementing recommendations of the Waitangi Tribunal Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Policy Crown Māori Relationships (M46) - Māori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Foreshore & Seabed 2007/08 231 380 380 380 380
Facilitating Māori Regional Tourism 2007/08 13 - - - -
Kapohia nga Rawa 2005/06 67 67 67 67 67
Te Puni Kokiri Capability 2004/05 105 105 105 105 105
Extension of Local Level Solutions & Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions 2004/05 46 46 46 46 46
Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes 2004/05 66 66 66 66 66
Whānau Development - Sport and Culture 2004/05 13 13 13 13 13
Whānau Development - Enterprise 2004/05 13 13 13 13 13

Note - Policy funding received in 2004/05 for the Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes, Whānau Development - Sport and Culture and Whānau Development - Enterprise are now directed towards the provision of policy advice related to the Māori Potential Funds; Whakamana, Rawa and Mātauranga.

Policy - Economic and Enterprise (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Advice on policies and programmes that specifically impact on the economic and enterprise status of Māori people and resources. It includes the provision of Māori business development services.

Expenses and Revenue#

Expenses and Revenue - Policy Economic and Enterprise (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 13,941 13,622 13,584
Revenue from the Crown 13,918 13,599 13,561
Revenue from Others 23 23 23

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Policy Economic and Enterprise (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Generic Measure: Policy advice will be in accordance with the Quality Assurance Handbook and the Cabinet Manual, and will receive at least a satisfactory assessment for each of the quality criteria in assessments of Ministerial satisfaction and annual independent assessment. 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment
Generic Measure: Reporting deadlines agreed with the Minister will be met. 95% 95% 95%
Specific Measures: Report to the Minister of Māori Affairs on the following key areas of work:
  • Participation and success of Māori in the economy, in at least one key area
  • Establishment of the performance and monitoring framework for the Maori Trustee and EEMED, subject to passing of legislation.
N/A N/A 3 reports
Administer the Māori Business Facilitation Service. 400 engagements with SMEs 400 engagements with SMEs 400 engagements with SMEs
Specific Measure: Provide support for the change management processes associated with establishing the Māori Trustee as a viable and independent stand-alone entity. N/A N/A According to requirements of final legislation.

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Policy Economic and Enterprise (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Policy and Monitoring Ministry of Maori Development Act 1991 s (5) 1 a and (5) 1 b
Māori Trustee change management Cabinet directed, and Māori Trustee and Māori Development Amendment Bill
Legislation Māori Trustee and Māori Development Amendment Bill

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Policy Economic and Enterprise (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Entity for Enhancing Māori Economic Development 2007/08 139 - - - -
Review of Māori Trustee 2007/08 180 - - - -
Kapohia Ngā Rawa 2005/06 72 72 72 72 72
Facilitating Māori Regional Tourism 2004/05 126 88 88 88 88
Māori Business Development 2004/05 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667 2,667
Te Puni Kūkiri Capability 2004/05 325 325 325 325 325
Extension of Local Level Solutions & Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions 2004/05 131 131 131 131 131
Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes 2004/05 186 186 186 186 186
Whānau Development - Sport and Culture 2004/05 37 37 37 37 37
Whānau Development - Enterprise 2004/05 216 216 216 216 216

Note - Policy funding received in 2004/05 for the Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes, Whānau Development - Sport and Culture and Whānau Development - Enterprise are now directed towards the provision of policy advice related to the Maori Potential Funds; Whakamana, Rawa and Mātauranga.

Policy - Social and Cultural (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Advice on policies and programmes that specifically impact on the social and cultural status of Māori people and resources.

Expenses and Revenue#

Expenses and Revenue - Policy Social and Cultural (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 7,241 7,241 6,869
Revenue from the Crown 6,880 6,880 6,508
Revenue from Others 361 361 361

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Policy Social and Cultural (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Generic Measure: Policy advice will be in accordance with the Quality Assurance Handbook and the Cabinet Manual, and will receive at least a satisfactory assessment for each of the quality criteria in assessments of Ministerial satisfaction and annual independent assessment. 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment 4 Ministerial assessments and one Independent assessment
Generic Measure: Reporting deadlines agreed with the Minister will be met. 95% 95% 95%
Specific Measures: Report to the Minister of Māori Affairs on the following key areas of work:
  • Government contributions towards enhancing the quality of life and experiences of Māori in at least one key outcome area.
  • Māori Language Strategy.
  • Māori Broadcasting and E-media Strategy.
- - 3 reports
Specific Measures: Report to the Minister of Māori Affairs on the performance of Māori language and broadcasting agencies funded through Vote Māori Affairs 4 reports per agency 4 reports per agency 4 reports per agency
Specific Measure: Report to the Ministers of Māori Affairs and Finance on a review of the Māori Television Service Act 2003 by 30 June 2009. N/A N/A 1 review report

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Policy Social and Cultural (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Policy and Monitoring Ministry of Māori Development Act 1991 s (5) 1 a and (5) 1 b
MTS Act review Maori Television Service Act 2003 s (56)
Māori Language and Māori Broadcasting and e-Media Strategy Cabinet directed
Crown Agency Monitoring Crown Entities Act 2004; Māori Television Service Act 2003

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Policy Social and Cultural (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Facilitating Māori Regional Tourism 2007/08 38 - - - -
Kapohia Ngā Rawa 2005/06 83 83 83 83 83
Secretarial Services for the Māori Purposes Fund Board 2005/06 71 71 71 71 71
Te Puni Kōkiri Capability 2004/05 301 301 301 301 301
Extension of Local Level Solutions & Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions 2004/05 321 321 321 321 321
Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes 2004/05 459 459 459 459 459
Whānau Development - Sport and Culture 2004/05 94 94 94 94 94
Whānau Development - Enterprise 2004/05 37 37 37 37 37

Note - Policy funding received in 2004/05 for the Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes, Whānau Development - Sport and Culture and Whānau Development - Enterprise are now directed towards the provision of policy advice related to the Māori Potential Funds; Whakamana, Rawa and Mātauranga.

Relationships and Information (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Strengthening relationships with Māori, with emphasis on brokerage, co-ordination and facilitation to assist Māori to achieve their economic, social and cultural aspirations.

Expenses and Revenue#

Expenses and Revenue - Relationships and Information (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 8,671 8,671 8,838
Revenue from the Crown 8,631 8,631 8,798
Revenue from Others 40 40 40

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Relationships and Information (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Broker relationships between whānau, hapū, iwi, Māori communities and Māori organisations with people (inside and outside government) and resources (including investments) that can accelerate initiatives aimed at increasing Māori participation in the community - Report on 10 interagency relationships Report on 10 interagency relationships
Facilitate relationships with and between Māori, and other stakeholders - Report on 10 Strategic relationships between Māori and Regional/Local Councils Report on 10 Strategic relationships between Māori and Regional/Local Councils
Support community based opportunities strengthening Māori cultural practice - Report on 10 initiatives that contribute to the development of Te Reo Māori Strategies for whānau/hapū/iwi Report on 10 initiatives that contribute to the development of Te Reo Māori Strategies for whānau/hapū/iwi
Achieve a platform for inter-agency collaboration at the regional level - Report on 20 initiatives that involve working collaboratively with other Government agencies Report on 20 initiatives that involve working collaboratively with other Government agencies
Provide brokerage services between Māori and state sector agencies, local government, non-government organisations and the private sector - Regular (at least quarterly) proactive reports on all Regional issues or activities prepared and referred to the Minister Regular (at least quarterly) proactive reports on all Regional issues or activities prepared and referred to the Minister
Grow and develop Māori leadership to enable effective relationships/engagements with Maori and local/regional government - Report on 10 Strategic relationships between Māori and Regional/Local Councils Report on 10 Strategic relationships between Māori and Regional/Local Councils
Support the transition of Māori youth into sustainable employment and education - Report on 10 initiatives whose objectives align to the increased engagement in education and achievement of qualifications Report on 10 initiatives whose objectives align to the increased engagement in education and achievement of qualifications

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Relationships and Information (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Kapohia Ngā Rawa 2005/06 711 711 711 711 711
Te Puni Kokiri Capability 2004/05 304 304 304 304 304
Extension of Local Level Solutions & Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions 2004/05 218 218 218 218 218
Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes 2004/05 311 311 311 311 311
Whānau Development - Sport and Culture 2004/05 61 61 61 61 61

Note - Operational funding received in 2004/05 for the Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes and  Whānau Development - Sport and Culture are now directed towards the provision of services related to the Māori Potential Funds; Whakamana, Rawa and Mātauranga.

Services to the Māori Trustee (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Provision of full office services to the Māori Trustee.

Expenses and Revenue#

Expenses and Revenue - Services to the Maori Trustee (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 6,960 6,360 9,602
Revenue from the Crown 6,920 6,320 9,562
Revenue from Others 40 40 40

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

The increase in appropriation is to fund an increase in the capacity and capability of the Māori Trust Office to provide services to the Māori Trustee as agreed to by Cabinet. It also funds increased activities in relation to locating beneficial owners and incorporating Māori land into collective ownership structures. Refer Current and Past Policy Initiatives below.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Services to the Maori Trustee (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Services provided as agreed between the Chief Executive of Te Puni Kokiri and the Māori Trustee To the satisfaction of the Chief Executive of Te Puni Kokiri and the Māori Trustee To the satisfaction of the Chief Executive of Te Puni Kokiri and the Māori Trustee To the satisfaction of the Chief Executive of Te Puni Kokiri and the Maori Trustee
Formulation of a Purchase Agreement between the Minister of Māori Affairs on behalf of the Crown and the Māori Trustee - - by 30 September 2009
Agreed performance measures/standards devised and included in the Purchase Agreement - - by 30 September 2009

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Services to the Māori Trustee (M46) - Māori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Services provided to the Māori Trustee Māori Trustee Act 1953
Legislation Māori Trustee and Māori Development Amendment Bill

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Services to the Māori Trustee (M46) - Māori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Stand Alone Māori Trustee: Operational & Transitional Funding 2008/09 - 4,669 5,071 4,843 4,769
Review of Māori Trustee 2007/08 2,027 - - - -
MTO Capability Funding 2007/08 544 544 544 544 544
MTO - New Income Tax Return and Tax Agency Management Processes 2005/06 283 283 283 283 283
Māori Trust Office Technical and Development Funding 2004/05 311 311 311 311 311

Part 2.2 - Non-Departmental Output Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 2.2 NonDepartmental Output Expenses - Maori Affairs
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their social and cultural potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of life and experiences of Māori and the cultural institutions (including whanau and other collectives) to which they belong.
Iwi Housing Support
Mātauranga (Knowledge)
Whakamana (Leadership)
Rawa (Resources)
Administration of Maori Broadcasting
Māori Television Broadcasting
Māori Radio Broadcasting
Māori Television Channel
Promotion of the Māori Language
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their economic potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of Māori participation and success in the economy.
Mātauranga (Knowledge)
Whakamana (Leadership)
Rawa (Resources)
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Constructive engagement between Māori and the Crown, on issues of mutual interest, create opportunities for Māori to realise their potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of the Crown-Maori relationship.
Mātauranga (Knowledge)
Whakamana (Leadership)
Rawa (Resources)
Treaty of Waitangi Touring Exhibition (2007/08 only)
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori, through Māori language and culture.
Impact: Māori people have greater Māori language proficiency, and use their Māori language skills on a more regular basis, in line with the Māori language Strategy.
Administration of Māori Broadcasting
Māori Television Broadcasting
Māori Radio Broadcasting
Māori Television Channel
Promotion of the Māori Language

Administration of Māori Broadcasting (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation

Purchase of administration services from Te Māngai Pāho to meet its statutory functions and deliver on the Government's Māori broadcasting policy.

Expenses

Expenses - Administration of Māori Broadcasting (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,608 1,608 2,128

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The increase in appropriation is to allow for the delivery of new statutory functions (archiving digital content) required by the recently amended Broadcasting Act (1989) 2008. Refer to the Current and Past Policy Initiatives below.

Output Performance Measures and Standards

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Administration of Maori Broadcasting (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Number of contracts in place 220 220 220

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Administration of Maori Broadcasting (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Broadcasting Amendment Bill Archiving and Digital Content Requirements 2008/09 - 520 520 200 200
Capability Bid for Te Mangai Paho 2004/05 452 452 452 452 452

Iwi Housing Support (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Provision of capacity building support for Special Housing Action Zones.

Expenses#

Expenses - Iwi Housing Support (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 456 456 456

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Iwi Housing Support (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Number of housing projects in development to resolve serious housing needs within a designated Special Housing Action Zone All investment proposals meet the criteria prescribed in the SHAZ programme guidelines A minimum of 10 housing projects are in development
All investment proposals meet the criteria prescribed in the SHAZ programme guidelines
A minimum of 10 housing projects are in development
All investment proposals meet the criteria prescribed in the SHAZ programme guidelines

Part 5 - Details and Expected Results for Other Expenses#

Part 5.2 - Non-Departmental Other Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 5.2 NonDepartmental Other Expenses - Racing
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Outcome : Safer Communities
  • Gambling is safe, fair, legal and honest
Racing Promotion and Sponsorship SchemeRacing Safety Development Fund

Racing Promotion and Sponsorship Scheme (M55)

Scope of Appropriation

This appropriation is limited to funding to match racing industry contributions towards promoting feature horse and greyhound racing carnivals and to bolster stake money in feature races.

Expenses

Expenses - Racing Promotion and Sponsorship Scheme (M55) - Racing
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation - - 3,000

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

New appropriation.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Racing Promotion and Sponsorship Scheme (M55) - Racing
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Fund to promote feature horse and greyhound racing carnivals and to increase stake money in feature races 2008/09 - 3,000 3,000 3,000 -

Racing Safety Development Fund (M55)#

Scope of Appropriation#

A contestable fund to match racing industry contributions towards enhancing workplace safety and raising the quality of facilities at racecourses.

Expenses#

Expenses - Racing Safety Development Fund (M55) - Racing
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,000 1,000 1,000

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Racing Safety Development Fund (M55) - Racing
Reference Conditions
Cabinet paper The Racing Safety Development Fund supports projects that enhance safety in the racing industry, and is open to all racing clubs and racing code bodies. The Department administers the Fund and supports a working group that makes final decisions on applications for funding. Further information on the Fund's criteria can be obtained from the application form which is available from the Department.

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Racing Safety Development Fund (M55) - Racing
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Contestable fund to enhance workplace safety and raise the quality of facilities at racecourses 2007/08 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000

Statement of Forecast Service Performance of Departments#

Statement of Forecast Service Performance#

The Statement of Forecast Service Performance of departments included in the National Identity Sector comprise the service performance information for all departmental output expense appropriations that are proposed to be used by those departments. In this context, service performance information comprises the scope, expenses and revenue, and output performance measures and standards for each class of outputs within those departmental appropriations, as set out in Part 2.1 of the Performance Information for Appropriations in Each Vote.

The following table identifies the classes of outputs incorporated in the Statement of Forecast Service Performance for each department in the National Identity Sector. In some circumstances, this may include reference to classes of outputs within appropriations presented in Votes in other sectors.

Department Composition of Statement of Forecast Service Performance
Ministry for Culture and Heritage

The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in:

  • Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage
  • Vote Sport and Recreation.
Statistics New Zealand The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in Vote Statistics.
Archives New Zealand The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in Vote National Archives.
National Library of New Zealand The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in Vote National Library.
Te Puni Kōkiri The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in Vote Māori Affairs.
Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in Vote Pacific Island Affairs.
Ministry of Women's Affairs The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in Vote Women's Affairs.
Department of Internal Affairs

The service performance information in Part 2.1 for the classes of outputs within all the departmental output expense appropriations in:

  • Vote Internal Affairs
  • Vote Community and Voluntary Sector
  • Vote Emergency Management
  • Vote Local Government, which is in the Environment Sector
  • Vote Ministerial Services, which is in the Finance and Government Administration Sector
  • Vote Racing.

Forecast Financial Statements of Departments#

Statement of Common Accounting Policies#

These accounting policies have been applied in the forecast financial statements of all departments and Offices of Parliament except as outlined in the statement of entity-specific accounting policies for individual departments or Offices of Parliament.

These forecast financial statements are prepared in accordance with section 38 of the Public Finance Act 1989. The purpose of the forecast financial statements is to facilitate Parliament's consideration of appropriations for, and planned performance of, departments and Offices of Parliament. Use of this information for other purposes may not be appropriate. It is not intended that these forecast financial statements be updated subsequent to publication.

Statement of Compliance

These forecast financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2009 comply with FRS-42 Prospective Financial Statements.

Specific Accounting Policies

The accounting policies set out below have been applied consistently to all periods presented in these statements. These statements have been prepared on a going-concern basis. The measurement base applied is historical cost modified by the revaluation of certain assets and liabilities as identified in this statement of accounting policies.

The accrual basis of accounting has been used unless otherwise stated. These financial statements are presented in New Zealand dollars, which is the entity's functional currency. All financial information presented has been rounded to the nearest thousand.

Judgements and Estimations

The preparation of forecast financial statements in conformity with FRS-42 requires judgements, estimates and assumptions that affect the application of policies and reported amounts of assets and liabilities, income and expenses. The estimates and associated assumptions are based on historical experience and various other factors that are believed to be reasonable under the circumstances. Actual results may differ from these estimates and these variations may be material.

Revenue

Revenue is derived through the provision of outputs to the Crown and to third parties. Revenue is recognised in the forecast statement of financial performance when earned.

Leases

Operating Leases

Where substantially all of the risks and rewards of ownership are retained by the lessor, leases are classified as operating leases.

Lease payments under operating leases are recognised as an expense on a straight-line basis over the lease term.

Finance Leases

Leases which effectively transfer to the lessee substantially all the risks and rewards incidental to ownership of the leased items are classified as finance leases. These are capitalised at the lower of the fair value of the asset or the present value of the minimum lease payments. The leased assets and the corresponding lease liabilities are recognised in the statement of financial position. The leased assets are depreciated over the period the entity is expected to benefit from their use. The interest expense component of finance lease payments is recognised in the statement of financial performance.

Borrowing Costs

Borrowing costs are recognised as an expense when incurred.

Property, Plant and Equipment

Property, plant and equipment, other than land and buildings, is stated at cost less accumulated depreciation and impairment losses. Land and buildings are stated at fair value as determined by an independent registered valuer. Fair value is determined using market-based evidence. Land and buildings are revalued with sufficient regularity to ensure that carrying value is not materially different from fair value at the end of the reporting period. Additions between revaluations are recorded at cost. Any capitalisation thresholds applied are set out in the statement of entity-specific accounting policies.

Depreciation

Depreciation is provided on a straight-line basis so as to allocate the cost [or valuation] of an item of property, plant and equipment, less any estimated residual value, over its estimated useful life.

The estimated useful lives are set out in the statement of entity-specific accounting policies.

Leasehold improvements are capitalised and the cost is amortised over the unexpired period of the lease or the estimated useful life of the improvements, whichever is shorter.

Items under construction are not depreciated. The total cost of a capital project is transferred to the appropriate asset class on its completion and then depreciated.

Intangible Assets

Intangible assets with finite useful lives (such as computer software) are recorded at cost less accumulated amortisation and impairment losses.

Any capitalisation thresholds applied are set out in the statement of entity-specific accounting policies.

Amortisation is charged to the statement of financial performance on a straight-line basis over the estimated useful life of the asset.

The estimated useful lives are set out in the statement of entity-specific accounting policies.

Intangible assets with indefinite useful lives are not amortised, but are tested at least annually for impairment.

Where there is an active market for an intangible asset, the asset is recorded at a revalued amount, being fair value less any subsequent accumulated amortisation and accumulated impairment losses.

Cash and Cash Equivalents

Cash includes cash on hand and funds on deposit with banks with a maturity of 3 months or less from date of acquisition.

Debtors and Other Receivables

Debtors and other receivables are initially measured at fair value and subsequently measured at amortised cost using the effective interest rate, less impairment charges. Allowances for estimated irrecoverable amounts are recognised when there is objective evidence that the asset is impaired.

Inventories

Inventories held for sale or use in the production of goods and services on a commercial basis are recorded at the lower of cost and net realisable value. The cost of purchased inventory is determined using the weighted average cost method.

Inventories held for distribution for public benefit purposes are recorded at cost (calculated using the weighted average cost method) adjusted when applicable for any loss of service potential. Where inventories are acquired at no cost, or for nominal consideration, the cost is the current replacement cost at the date of acquisition.

Employee Entitlements

Pension Liabilities

Obligations for contributions to defined contribution retirement plans are recognised in the statement of financial performance as they fall due.

Other Employee Entitlements

Employee entitlements to salaries and wages, annual leave, sick leave, long service leave, retiring leave and other similar benefits are recognised in the statement of financial performance when they accrue to employees. Employee entitlements to be settled within 12 months are reported at the amount expected to be paid. Long-term employee entitlements are reported at the present value of the estimated future cash outflows.

Termination Benefits

Termination benefits are recognised in the statement of financial performance only when there is a demonstrable commitment to either terminate employment prior to normal retirement date or to provide such benefits as a result of an offer to encourage voluntary redundancy. Termination benefits to be settled within 12 months are reported at the amount expected to be paid. Other termination benefits are reported at the present value of the estimated future cash outflows.

Onerous Contracts

Where the benefits to be derived from a contract are lower than the unavoidable costs of meeting the obligation under the contract, a provision is recognised. The provision is stated at the present value of the future net cash outflows expected to be incurred in respect of the contract.

Foreign Currency

Foreign currency transactions are reported at the New Zealand dollar exchange rate at the date of the transaction.

Statement of Cash Flows

The following are definitions of the terms used in the statement of cash flows:

  • cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand, cash in transit, bank accounts and deposits with a maturity of no more than three months from date of acquisition
  • investing activities are those activities relating to the acquisition and disposal of non-current assets
  • financing activities comprise capital injections by, or repayment of capital to, the Crown, and
  • operating activities include all transactions and other events that are not investing or financing activities.

Taxation

Departments and Offices of Parliament are exempt from income tax as public authorities. Accordingly no charge for income tax has been provided for.

Goods and Services Tax

These forecast financial statements are GST exclusive, except for receivables and payables in the statement of financial position, which are stated on a GST inclusive basis. Where GST is not recoverable as input tax, then it is recognised as part of the related asset or expense.

The net amount of GST owing to or from the Inland Revenue Department at balance date is included as part of receivables or payables (as appropriate) in the statement of financial position.

Commitments

Future expenses and liabilities to be incurred on contracts that have been entered into at balance date are disclosed as commitments to the extent that there are equally unperformed obligations.

Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets

Contingent liabilities are disclosed if the possibility that they will crystallise is not remote. Contingent assets are disclosed if it is probable that the benefits will be realised.

Changes in Accounting Policies

Any changes in accounting policies since the date of the last audited financial statements (30 June 2007) are described in the statement of entity-specific accounting policies. The effect of the transition to NZ IFRS is explained in the 2007/08 Statement of Intent or Annual Plan of each department or Office of Parliament.

Forecast Financial Statements Ministry for Culture and Heritage#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Income

         
Crown   15,921 15,056 15,056 15,900
Department(s)   284 346 346 166
Other revenue   288 129 129 -
Gains   4 - - -
Interest   - - - -

Total Income

  16,497 15,531 15,531 16,066

Expenses

         
Personnel   7,028 7,826 7,826 8,215
Operating 1 7,829 7,256 6,521 7,386
Depreciation and amortisation   243 334 334 380
Capital charge   106 115 115 85
Finance costs   - - - -
Other   770 - - -

Total Expenses

  15,976 15,531 14,796 16,066

Net Surplus / (Deficit)

  521 - 735 -

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 302009 - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Balance at 1 July

         
General funds   1,280 882 882 1,132
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Opening Balance

  1,280 882 882 1,132

Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

         

Income and Expense for the Period

         
Net surplus / (deficit) for the year   521 - 735 -
Total gains / (losses) taken to equity   - - - -

Total Income and Expense for the Period

  521 - 735 -

Other Changes

         
Repayment of surplus   (1,176) - (735) -
Capital contribution   257 250 250 -
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other   - - - -

Total Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

  (398) 250 250 -

Balance at 30 June

         
General funds   882 1,132 1,132 1,132
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Closing Balance

  882 1,132 1,132 1,132

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009#

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009 - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Assets

         

Current Assets

         
Cash and cash equivalents   507 93 828 1,093
Debtors and other receivables   1,810 1,150 1,150 150
Prepayments   90 80 80 80
Inventories   - - - -
Other current assets   - - - -

Total Current Assets

  2,407 1,323 2,058 1,323

Non-current Assets

         
Property, plant and equipment   853 1,098 1,098 1,098
Intangible assets   35 41 41 41
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Total Non- current Assets

  888 1,139 1,139 1,139

Total Assets

  3,295 2,462 3,197 2,462

Liabilities

         

Current Liabilities

         
Creditors and other payables   786 845 845 845
Repayment of surplus   1,176 - 735 -
Employee entitlements   361 395 395 395
Other current liabilities   - - - -

Total Current Liabilities

  2,323 1,240 1,975 1,240

Non-current Liabilities

         
Provisions   - - - -
Employee entitlements   90 90 90 90
Other non-current liabilities   - - -- -

Total Non-current Liabilities

  90 90 90 90

Total Liabilities

  2,413 1,330 2,065 1,330

Taxpayers' Funds

         
General funds   882 1,132 1,132 1,132
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Total Taxpayers' Funds

  882 1,132 1,132 1,132

Total Liabilities and Taxpayers' Funds

  3,295 2,462 3,197 2,462

Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Forestry Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Cash Flows from Operating Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Crown   15,605 15,665 15,665 16,900
Department(s)   244 361 361 166
Other   245 165 165 -
Interest   - - - -

Payments to:

         
Suppliers   (8,022) (7,189) (6,454) (7,427)
Employees   (6,955) (7,790) (7,790) (8,174)
Capital charge   (106) (115) (115) (85)
Goods and services tax (net)   200 - - -
Other operating activities   - - - -

Net Cash from Operating Activities

2 1,211 1,097 1,832 1,380

Cash Flow from Investing Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Sale of property, plant and equipment   4 - - -
Sale of intangible assets   - - - -
Sale of other non-current assets   - - - -

Purchase of:

         
Property, plant and equipment   (924) (520) (520) (350)
Intangible assets   - (65) (65) (30)
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Net Cash from Investing Activities

  (920) (585) (585) (380)

Cash Flow from Financing Activities

         
Capital contribution   257 250 250 -
Other financing cash inflows   - - - -
Repayment of surplus   (1,547) (1,176) (1,176) (735)
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other financing cash outflows   - - - -

Net Cash from Financing Activities

  (1,290) (926) (926) (735)

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash

  (999) (414) 321 265
Cash at the beginning of the year   1,506 507 507 828
Cash at the end of the year   507 93 828 1,093

Statement of Significant Assumptions#

These forecast financial statements have been compiled on the basis of existing government policies and Ministerial expectations at the time the statements were finalised.

The main assumptions are as follows:

  • The activities of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage will remain substantially the same as for the previous year.
  • Personnel costs are based on 111 staff positions (104.95 full time equivalents).
  • Operating costs are based on historical experience. The general historical pattern is expected to continue.
  • Estimated year end information for 2007/08 is used as the opening position for the 2008/09 forecasts.

These assumptions are adopted as at 16 April 2008.

Factors that could lead to material differences between the forecast financial statements and the 2008/09 actual financial statements include changes to the baseline budget through new initiatives, or technical adjustments.

Department-Specific Accounting Policies#

The Ministry for Culture and Heritage has applied the accounting policies set out in Statement of Common Accounting Policies included in this document, except as stated below.

Reporting Entity

These are the prospective financial statements of Ministry for Culture and Heritage, prepared in accordance with section 38 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

The Ministry for Culture and Heritage is a Government Department as defined by section 2 of the Public Finance Act 1989. For the purposes of financial reporting the Ministry for Culture and Heritage is a public benefit entity.

Authorisation Statement

These forecast financial statements were authorised for issue by the Chief Executive of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage on 16 April 2008. The Chief Executive is responsible for the forecast financial statements presented, including the appropriateness of the assumptions underlying the forecast financial statements and all other required disclosure.

Statement of Entity-Specific Accounting Policies

Revenue

Third-party revenue is predominantly derived through the undertaking of historical projects on a full cost-recovery basis.

Property, plant and equipment

Capitalisation thresholds applied are set out below:

  • Computer equipment - $2,000.
  • All other property, plant and equipment - $1,000.
Depreciation

The estimated useful lives of property, plant and equipment are set out below:

  • Personal computers - 3 years.
  • Computer equipment other than personal computers - 4 years.
  • Office equipment - 5 years.
  • Works of art - 100 years.
Intangible assets

The capitalisation threshold for software licensing is $5,000.

The estimated useful life of software licensing is 1 year.

Cost allocation

The Ministry has derived the costs of outputs shown in these statements using a cost-allocation system which assigns direct costs to outputs and indirect costs to outputs based on staff numbers.

Notes to the Financial Statements#

Note 1 - Operating Expenses
Note 1 - Operating Expenses - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Other expenses include:        
Consultants' fees 105 240 250 250
Overseas travel 324 30 30 40
Domestic travel 182 190 195 200
Other 7,218 6,796 6,046 6,896

Total operating expenses

7,829 7,256 6,521 7,386

Note 2 - Reconciliation of net surplus to net cash flows from operating activities for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Note 2 - Reconciliation of net surplus to net cash flows from operating activities for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Arts, Culture and Heritage
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Net surplus / (deficit)

521 - 735 -

Add/ (less) non-cash items

       
Depreciation and amortisation expense 243 334 334 380

Add/ (less) items classified as investing or financing activities

       
(Gains)/ losses on disposal property, plant and equipment (4) - - -
(Gains)/ losses on expensing internally developed website under NZ IFRS 770 - - -
Total items classified as investing or financing activities 766 - - -

Add/ (less) movements in working capital items

       
(Inc)/ Dec in debtors and other receivables (284) 660 660 1,000
(Inc)/ Dec in prepayments (78) 10 10 -
Inc/ (Dec) in creditors and other payables - 59 59 -
Inc/ (Dec) in employee entitlements 86 34 34 -
Net movements in working capital items (276) 763 763 -

Add/ (less) movements in non-current liabilities

       
Inc/ (Dec) in employee entitlements (43) - - -

Net cash from operating activities

1,211 1,097 1,832 1,380

Forecast Financial Statements Statistics New Zealand#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Statistics
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Income

         
Crown   86,336 83,626 83,626 88,471
Department(s)   4,643 7,429 7,429 7,479
Other revenue   2,849 1,964 1,964 1,964
Gains   18 - - -
Interest   - - - -

Total Income

  93,846 93,019 93,019 97,914

Expenses

         
Personnel   57,221 53,701 53,701 58,972
Operating 1 25,872 27,682 27,482 25,215
Depreciation and amortisation   8,103 8,628 8,328 10,146
Capital charge 2 2,385 3,008 3,008 3,581
Finance costs   - - - -
Other   49 - - -

Total Expenses

  93,630 93,019 92,519 97,914

Net Surplus / (Deficit)

  216 - 500 -

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 302009 - Statistics
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Balance at 1 July

         
General funds   31,666 39,978 39,978 47,753
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Opening Balance

  31,666 39,978 39,978 47,753

Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

         

Income and Expense for the Period

         
Net surplus / (deficit) for the year   216 - 500 -
Total gains / (losses) taken to equity   - - - -

Total Income and Expense for the Period

  216 - 500 -

Other Changes

         
Repayment of surplus   (216) - (500) -
Capital contribution   8,312 7,775 7,775 2,509
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other   - - - -

Total Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

  8,312 7,775 7,775 2,509

Balance at 30 June

         
General funds   39,978 47,753 47,753 50,262
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Closing Balance

  39,978 47,753 47,753 50,262

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009#

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009 - Statistics
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Assets

         

Current Assets

         
Cash and cash equivalents   21,405 26,251 26,451 25,295
Debtors and other receivables 3 914 957 957 957
Prepayments   556 481 481 490
Inventories   - - - -
Other current assets   - - - -

Total Current Assets

  22,875 27,689 27,889 26,742

Non-current Assets

         
Property, plant and equipment   12,110 10,747 10,747 10,391
Intangible assets   20,283 24,425 24,725 28,372
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Total Non- current Assets

  32,393 35,172 35,472 38,763

Total Assets

  55,268 62,861 63,361 65,505

Liabilities

         

Current Liabilities

         
Creditors and other payables   8,434 8,336 8,836 8,336
Repayment of surplus   216 - - -
Employee entitlements   3,240 3,389 3,389 3,419
Other current liabilities 4 27 10 10 10

Total Current Liabilities

  11,917 11,735 12,235 11,765

Non-current Liabilities

         
Provisions   - - - -
Employee entitlements   3,373 3,373 3,373 3,478
Other non-current liabilities   - - -- -

Total Non-current Liabilities

  3,373 3,373 3,373 3,478

Total Liabilities

  15,290 15,108 15,608 15,243

Taxpayers' Funds

         
General funds   39,978 47,753 47,753 50,262
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Total Taxpayers' Funds

  39,978 47,753 47,753 50,262

Total Liabilities and Taxpayers' Funds

  55,268 62,861 63,361 65,505

Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Forestry Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Statistics
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Cash Flows from Operating Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Crown   86,336 83,626 83,626 88,471
Department(s)   5,028 7,429 7,429 7,479
Other   2,776 1,964 1,964 1,964
Interest   - - - -

Payments to:

         
Suppliers   (24,254) (27,499) (27,299) (25,396)
Employees   (57,221) (53,394) (53,394) (58,665)
Capital charge   (2,385) (3,008) (3,008) (3,581)
Goods and services tax (net)   - (83) (83) -
Other operating activities   - - - -

Net Cash from Operating Activities

5 10,280 9,035 9,235 10,272

Cash Flow from Investing Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Sale of property, plant and equipment   18 - - -
Sale of intangible assets   - - - -
Sale of other non-current assets   - - - -

Purchase of:

         
Property, plant and equipment   (1,856) (2,620) (2,642) (4,200)
Intangible assets   (5,447) (9,344) (9,322) (9,237)
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Net Cash from Investing Activities

  (7,285) (11,964) (11,964) (13,437)

Cash Flow from Financing Activities

         
Capital contribution   8,312 7,775 7,775 2,509
Other financing cash inflows   - - - -
Repayment of surplus   (18) - - (500)
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other financing cash outflows   - - - -

Net Cash from Financing Activities

  8,294 7,775 7,775 2,009

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash

  11,289 4,846 5,046 (1,156)
Cash at the beginning of the year   10,116 21,405 21,405 26,451
Cash at the end of the year   21,405 26,251 26,451 25,295

Statement of Significant Assumptions#

These forecast financial statements have been compiled on the basis of existing government policies and Ministerial expectations at the time the statements were finalised.

The main assumptions are as follows:

  • The department's activities will remain substantially the same as for the previous year.
  • Operating costs are based on historical experience. The general historical pattern is expected to continue.
  • Estimated year end information for 2007/08 is used as the opening position for the 2008/09 forecasts.
  • On the basis that the resources provided for will enable Statistics New Zealand to deliver the outputs as specified in the "Statement of Objectives Specifying the Performance Forecast for Official Statistics MCOA and 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings - MYA.
  • On the basis of historical cost.

These assumptions are adopted as at 14 April 2008.

Factors that could lead to material differences between the forecast financial statements and the 2008/09 actual financial statements include:

  • Changes to the baseline budget through new initiatives, or technical adjustments.
  • The 2007/08 budgeted figures are those represented in the Estimates for 2007/08 as amended by the Supplementary Estimates.
  • The 2008/09 budgeted figures are those represented in the Main Estimates for 2008/09.

Variations and changes to the forecast financial statements

  • While every attempt has been made to accurately forecast final results for 2007/08, actual results achieved for the year ending 30 June 2008 are likely to vary from the forecast information presented, and this variation could be material.
  • Once this Statement of Intent is presented, Statistics New Zealand will not be updating the forecasts for any changes to appropriations or forecast financial statements made in ensuing Supplementary Estimates. However, subsequent changes, and any material error in these forecasts will be reported in the Annual Report of the Government Statistician for the year ended 30 June 2009.

Department-Specific Accounting Policies#

The Statistics New Zealand has applied the accounting policies set out in Statement of Accounting Policies Standard included in this document, except as stated below.

Reporting entity

These are the prospective financial statements of Statistics New Zealand, prepared in accordance with section 38 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

Statistics New Zealand is a Government Department as defined by section 2 of the Public Finance Act 1989. For the purposes of financial reporting Statistics New Zealand is a public benefit entity.

Authorisation Statement#

These forecast financial statements were authorised for issue by Chief Executive on 15 April 2008. The Chief Executive is responsible for the forecast financial statements presented, including the appropriateness of the assumptions underlying the forecast financial statements and all other required disclosure.

Specific accounting policies#

Going concern#

The financial statements of Statistics New Zealand are prepared on a going concern basis.

Property, plant and equipment#

Capitalisation thresholds applied are set out below:

  • Physical assets costing more than $1,000 (except for Library assets and Computer Equipment that form integral part of the asset) are capitalised and recorded at cost. Any write-down of an item to its recoverable amount is recognised in the Statement of Financial Performance.

Depreciation#

The estimated useful lives of property, plant and equipment are set out below:

  • Leasehold improvements - 10 years or remaining term of lease
  • IT Equipment / Hardware - 3 to 5 years
  • Motor vehicles - 3 to 5 years
  • Furniture and fittings - 7 Years
  • Library collection - 5 to 15 years
  • Office Equipment - 5 years

Intangible assets#

Capitalisation thresholds applied are:

  • Intangible assets costing more than $1,000 are capitalised and recorded at cost. The cost of an internally generated intangible asset represents expenditure incurred in the development of the asset. Internally developed software (work-in- progress) is valued at the lower of cost and net realisable value. No depreciation is charged against work in progress.

The estimated useful lives of intangible assets are set out below:

  • Purchased software - 3 to 5 years
  • Internally developed software - 3 to 10 years

Cost allocation#

Statistics New Zealand will derive the costs of outputs shown in these statements using cost drivers to assign indirect costs. Direct costs are assigned to outputs based on direct charging and time recording. Direct costs are the significant cost driver in allocating indirect costs to outputs.

Revenue allocation#

Statistics New Zealand will allocate revenue Crown to outputs based on the Vote appropriation. Within each output, revenue Crown is allocated to respective outputs based on direct and allocated costs.

Revenue Crown for 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings - MYA will be allocated on actual basis in the current year and any surplus will be returned to the Crown in the final year of the MYA.

Changes in accounting policies#

There have been no changes in accounting policies, since the date of the last audited financial statements. All policies have been applied on basis consistent with those used in the previous published financial reports.

Accounting policies are changed only if the change is required by a standards or interpretation or otherwise provides more reliable more relevant information.

Notes to the Financial Statements#

Note 1 - Operating expenses
Note 1 - Operating expenses - Statistics
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Operating expenses include:        
Consultants' fees 1,211 800 700 500
Overseas travel 395 370 370 370
Domestic travel 1,050 1,505 1,614 1,500
Other 23,216 25,007 24,798 22,846
Total operating expenses 25,872 27,682 27,482 25,215

Note 2 - Capital Charge#

The Department is required to pay capital charge on its net assets. The capital charge rate for the year ending 30 June 2009 is 7.5 percent per annum.

Note 3 - Debtors and other receivables#

Note 3 - Debtors and other receivables - Statistics
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Operating expenses include:        
Trade debtors 988 988 988 988
Provision for doubtful debts (74) (31) (31) (31)
Total trade debtors and receivables 914 957 957 957

Note 4 - Other current liabilities#

Other current liabilities contain deferred revenue which is the portion of the operating revenue received which relates to future years. It will be recognised as income in the year in which the services are provided.

Note 5 - Reconciliation of net surplus to net cash flows from operating activities for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Note 5 - Reconciliation of net surplus to net cash flows from operating activities for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Statistics
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Net surplus / (deficit) 216 - 500 -
Add/ (less) non-cash items        
Depreciation and amortisation expense 8,103 8,628 8,328 10,146
Total non-cash items 8,103 8,628 8,328 10,146
Add/ (less) items classified as investing or financing activities        
(Gains)/ losses on disposal property, plant and equipment 31 - - -
Total items classified as investing or financing activities 31 - - -
Add/ (less) movements in working capital items        
(Inc)/ Dec in debtors and other receivables 312 - - -
(Inc)/ Dec in provision for bad debts 42 - - -
(Inc)/ Dec in prepayments 117 75 75 (9)
Inc/ (Dec) in creditors and other payables (672) 88 88 135
Inc/ (Dec) in GST Payable (246) (83) (83) -
Inc/ (Dec) in employee entitlements 645 327 327 -
Inc/ (Dec) in deferred revenue 27 - - -
Inc/ (Dec) in other accrued liability 1,563 - - -
Net movements in working capital items 1,788 407 407 126
Add/ (less) movements in non-current liabilities        
Inc/ (Dec) in employee entitlements 142 - - -
Net cash from operating activities 10,280 9,035 9,235 10,272

Forecast Financial Statements Archives New Zealand#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009 - National Archives
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Income

         
Crown   18,864 20,693 20,693 22,184
Department(s)   217 336 336 334
Other revenue   405 549 549 549
Gains   - - - -
Interest   - - - -

Total Income

  19,486 21,578 21,578 23,067

Expenses

         
Personnel   7,091 6,922 6,382 6,449
Operating 1 5,662 6,774 6,774 8,232
Depreciation and amortisation   2,190 2,882 2,882 2,846
Capital charge   4,513 5,000 5,540 5,540
Finance costs   - - - -
Other   26 - - -

Total Expenses

  19,482 21,578 21,578 23,067

Net Surplus / (Deficit)

2 4 - - -

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 302009 - National Archives
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Balance at 1 July

         
General funds   45,182 50,491 50,491 50,498
Revaluation reserve   14,262 14,262 14,262 14,262
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Opening Balance

  59,444 64,753 64,753 64,760

Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

         

Income and Expense for the Period

         
Net surplus / (deficit) for the year   4 - - -
Total gains / (losses) taken to equity   - - - -

Total Income and Expense for the Period

  4 - - -

Other Changes

         
Repayment of surplus   - - - -
Capital contribution   5,305 - - -
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other   - 7 7 -

Total Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

  5,309 7 7 -

Balance at 30 June

         
General funds   50,491 50,498 50,498 50,498
Revaluation reserve   14,262 14,262 14,262 14,262
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Closing Balance

  64,753 64,760 64,760 64,760

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009#

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009 - National Archives
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Assets

         

Current Assets

         
Cash and cash equivalents   9,919 5,854 5,854 6,889
Debtors and other receivables   124 8 67 67
Prepayments   108 59 59 59
Inventories   - - - -
Other current assets   - - - -

Total Current Assets

  10,151 5,921 5,980 7,015

Non-current Assets

         
Property, plant and equipment   55,704 55,503 55,503 55,068
Intangible assets   1,468 4,535 4,535 3,935
Other non-current assets   - 59 - -

Total Non- current Assets

  57,172 60,097 60,038 59,003

Total Assets

  67,323 66,018 66,018 66,018

Liabilities

         

Current Liabilities

         
Creditors and other payables   1,381 637 637 637
Repayment of surplus   8 - - -
Employee entitlements   13 440 440 440
Other current liabilities   708 87 87 87

Total Current Liabilities

  2,110 1,164 1,164 1,164

Non-current Liabilities

         
Provisions   - - - -
Employee entitlements   460 94 94 94
Other non-current liabilities   - - -- -

Total Non-current Liabilities

  460 94 94 94

Total Liabilities

  2,570 1,258 1,258 1,258

Taxpayers' Funds

         
General funds   50,491 50,498 50,498 50,498
Revaluation reserve   14,262 14,262 14,262 14,262
Other reserves   - - - -

Total Taxpayers' Funds

  64,753 64,760 64,760 64,760

Total Liabilities and Taxpayers' Funds

  67,323 66,018 66,018 66,018

Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Forestry Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009 - National Archives
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Cash Flows from Operating Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Crown   18,864 20,693 20,693 22,618
Department(s)   - - - -
Other   410 1,078 1,078 883
Interest   - - - -

Payments to:

         
Suppliers   (4,933) (8,262) (8,240) (8,666)
Employees   (7,034) (6,814) (6,308) (6,449)
Capital charge   (4,513) (5,000) (5,540) (5,540)
Goods and services tax (net)   - - - -
Other operating activities   - - - -

Net Cash from Operating Activities

2 2,794 1,695 1,683 2,846

Cash Flow from Investing Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Sale of property, plant and equipment   - - - -
Sale of intangible assets   - - - -
Sale of other non-current assets   - - - -

Purchase of:

         
Property, plant and equipment   (11,842) (5,748) (5,748) (1,811)
Intangible assets   - - - -
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Net Cash from Investing Activities

  (11,842) (5,748) (5,748) (1,811)

Cash Flow from Financing Activities

         
Capital contribution   4,405 - - -
Other financing cash inflows   - - - -
Repayment of surplus   - (12) - -
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other financing cash outflows   - - - -

Net Cash from Financing Activities

  4,405 (12) - -

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash

  (4,643) (4,065) (4,065) 1,035
Cash at the beginning of the year   14,562 9,919 9,919 5,854
Cash at the end of the year   9,919 5,854 5,854 6,889

Department-Specific Accounting Policies#

Archives New Zealand has applied the accounting policies set out in Statement of Accounting Policies Standard included in this document, except as stated below.

Reporting Entity

These are the prospective financial statements of Archives New Zealand, prepared in accordance with section 38 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

Archives New Zealand is a government department as defined by section 2 of the Public Finance Act 1989. For the purposes of financial reporting Archives New Zealand is a public benefit entity.

Statement of Entity-Specific Accounting Policies

The capitalisation threshold for property, plant and equipment is $3,000.

The estimated useful lives of property, plant and equipment are set out as below:

Buildings: Structural envelope - 37 to 90 years

Buildings: Heating/ventilation - 13 to 35 years

Buildings: Fire service/protection - 13 to 40 years

Buildings: Lifts - 11 to 50 years

Buildings: Plumbing and electrical - 11 to 40 years

Plant and equipment - 5 to 20 years

Furniture and fittings - 5 to 10 years

Office equipment - 5 to 10 years

Motor vehicles - 2 to 6 years

IT equipment - 3 to 5 years

Nitrate film - 100 years

Notes to the Financial Statements#

Note 1 - Operating Expenses
Note 1 - Operating Expenses - National Archives
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Operating expenses include:        
Consultants fees 105 40 40 50
Overseas travel 105 87 87 100
Domestic travel 191 203 203 240
Other 5,261 6,444 6,444 7,842

Total

5,662 6,774 6,774 8,232

Note 2 - Reconciliation of Net Surplus to Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities for the Year Ending 30 June 2009#

Note 2 - Reconciliation of Net Surplus to Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities for the Year Ending 30 June 2009 - National Archives
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Net surplus/(deficit) 4 - - -
Add/(less) non-cash items        
Depreciation and amortisation expense 2,190 2,882 2,882 2,846
Total non-cash items 2,190 2,882 2,882 2,846
Add/(less) movements in working capital items        
(Inc)/Dec in debtors and other receivables - (3) (3) -
(Inc)/Dec in prepayments 34 109 109 -
Inc/(Dec) in creditors and other payables 367 (744) (744) -
Inc/(Dec) in current provisions 199 (549) (635) -
Inc/(Dec) in employee entitlements - - 74 -
Net movements in working capital items 600 (1,187) (1,199) -

Net cash from operating activities

2,794 1,695 1,683 2,846

Forecast Financial Statements National Library of New Zealand#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009 - National Library
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Income

         
Crown   48,343 60,790 59,490 63,559
Department(s)   900 738 738 750
Other revenue   3,912 4,782 4,782 3,154
Gains   5 - - -
Interest   - - - -

Total Income

  53,160 66,310 65,010 67,463

Expenses

         
Personnel   21,745 25,134 25,134 28,883
Operating 1 15,841 17,586 16,286 22,860
Depreciation and amortisation   6,968 7,503 7,503 8,150
Capital charge   6,558 6,656 6,656 7,409
Finance costs   - 94 94 -
Other 2 71 9,159 9,159 -

Total Expenses

  51,183 66,132 64,832 67,302

Net Surplus / (Deficit)

  1,977 178 178 161

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 302009 - National Library
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Balance at 1 July

         
General funds   95,391 100,704 100,704 100,921
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Opening Balance

  95,391 100,704 100,704 100,921

Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

         

Income and Expense for the Period

         
Net surplus / (deficit) for the year   1,977 178 178 161
Total gains / (losses) taken to equity   - - - -

Total Income and Expense for the Period

  1,977 178 178 161

Other Changes

         
Repayment of surplus   (618) - - -
Capital contribution   5,141 9,039 9,039 12,261
Capital withdrawal   (1,187) (9,000) (9,000) -
Other   - 979 - -

Total Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

  5,313 1,196 217 12,422

Balance at 30 June

         
General funds   100,704 101,900 100,921 113,343
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Closing Balance

  100,704 101,900 100,921 113,343

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009#

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009 - National Library
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Assets

         

Current Assets

         
Cash and cash equivalents   15,615 20,668 20,668 17,766
Debtors and other receivables   5,623 5,673 5,673 5,810
Prepayments   1,749 1,781 1,781 1,781
Inventories   78 78 78 78
Other current assets   - - - -

Total Current Assets

  23,065 28,200 28,200 25,435

Non-current Assets

         
Property, plant and equipment 3 80,556 73,841 72,862 82,447
Intangible assets   4,643 9,971 9,971 15,498
Other non-current assets   982 950 950 950

Total Non- current Assets

  86,181 84,762 83,783 98,895

Total Assets

  109,246 112,962 111,983 124,330

Liabilities

         

Current Liabilities

         
Creditors and other payables   4,039 7,513 7,513 7,438
Repayment of surplus   618 - - -
Employee entitlements   2,029 1,839 1,839 1,839
Other current liabilities   1,856 1,710 1,710 1,710

Total Current Liabilities

  8,542 11,062 11,062 10,987

Non-current Liabilities

         
Provisions   - - - -
Employee entitlements   - - - -
Other non-current liabilities   - - -- -

Total Non-current Liabilities

  - - - -

Total Liabilities

  8,542 11,062 11,062 10,987

Taxpayers' Funds

         
General funds   100,704 101,900 100,921 113,343
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Total Taxpayers' Funds

  100,704 101,900 100,921 113,343

Total Liabilities and Taxpayers' Funds

  109,246 112,962 111,983 124,330

Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Forestry Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009 - National Library
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Cash Flows from Operating Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Crown   48,049 50,992 50,992 54,742
Department(s)   1,167 738 738 750
Other   3,406 4,519 4,519 3,104
Interest   - - - -

Payments to:

         
Suppliers   (18,824) (10,622) (10,622) (23,886)
Employees   (19,655) (19,202) (19,202) (19,202)
Capital charge   (6,572) (6,656) (6,656) (7,409)
Goods and services tax (net)   281 - - -
Other operating activities   - - - -

Net Cash from Operating Activities

  7,852 19,769 19,769 8,099

Cash Flow from Investing Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Sale of property, plant and equipment   6 - - -
Sale of intangible assets   - - - -
Sale of other non-current assets   - - - -

Purchase of:

         
Property, plant and equipment   (3,597) (8,415) (8,415) (16,937)
Intangible assets   (4,270) (5,722) (5,722) (6,325)
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Net Cash from Investing Activities

  (7,861) (14,137) (14,137) (23,262)

Cash Flow from Financing Activities

         
Capital contribution   5,141 9,039 9,039 12,261
Other financing cash inflows   - - - -
Repayment of surplus   (447) (618) (618) -
Capital withdrawal   (1,187) (9,000) (9,000) -
Other financing cash outflows   - - - -

Net Cash from Financing Activities

  3,507 (579) (579) 12,261

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash

  3,498 5,053 5,053 (2,902)
Cash at the beginning of the year   12,117 15,615 15,615 20,668
Cash at the end of the year   15,615 20,668 20,668 17,766

Statement of Significant Assumptions#

These statements have been compiled on the basis of the Government's policies and the National Library's Output Plan with the Minister Responsible for the National Library at the time the statements were finalised.

These forecast financial statements include all the activities of the National Library of New Zealand as constituted by the National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa) Act 2003 and reported as required by the Public Finance Act 1989, and comply with generally accepted accounting practice. The measurement base applied is historical cost unless otherwise stated.

Actual results achieved for the year to 30 June 2009 are likely to vary from the information presented in these statements and the variations may be material.

The factors that may lead to a material difference include changes to the baseline budget through new initiatives or technical adjustments.

Department-Specific Accounting Policies#

The National Library of New Zealand has applied the accounting policies set out in Statement of Accounting Policies Standard included in this document, except as stated below.

Reporting Entity

These are the prospective financial statements of National Library of New Zealand, prepared in accordance with section 38 of the Public Finance Act 1989.

National Library of New Zealand is a Government Department as defined by section 2 of the Public Finance Act 1989. For the purposes of financial reporting National Library of New Zealand is a public benefit entity.

The activities of the National Library comprise the maintenance of collections for current and future use, the provision of information and advisory services, and the development of policy advice on information issues.

Statement of Entity-Specific Accounting Policies

Non-Current Assets

Collections

The General Collections and Schools Collection are recorded at cost, less accumulated depreciation and accumulated impairment losses.

Property, plant and equipment

Property, Plant and Equipment is stated at cost, less accumulated depreciation. Land and buildings are revalued at least every five years or whenever the carrying amount differs materially to fair value. The last revaluation was completed as at 1 June 2005.

Intangible assets

Intangible assets with finite lives are recorded at cost less accumulated depreciation and accumulated impairment losses. The National Library records Computer software as an intangible asset, with a useful life of between 3 to 8 years.

Depreciation

Depreciation is provided on the General Collections and Schools Collection on a straight-line basis at rates which will write-off the cost of the collections over their useful lives. The estimated useful lives of the collections range from 5 to 50 years.

Depreciation is provided on Property, Plant and Equipment on a straight-line basis at rates that will write-off the cost (or valuation) of the assets to their estimated residual values over their useful lives. Buildings are depreciated over 80 years and furniture, building fitout and equipment over 3 to 30 years.

Depreciation is not charged on land, artworks, or capital work in progress.

Cost Allocation

The National Library has determined the cost of outputs using the cost allocation system outlined below:

Cost allocation policy

Direct costs are charged directly to significant activities. Indirect costs are charged to significant activities based on cost drivers and related activity/usage information.

Criteria for direct and indirect costs

"Direct Costs" are those costs directly attributed to an output. "Indirect Costs" are those costs which cannot be identified with a specific output in an economically feasible manner.

Method of assigning direct costs to outputs

Direct charging of costs to outputs includes capital charge and depreciation (which are charged on the basis of assets utilised), personnel costs (which are charged by recording time spent on each output) and operating costs (such as property maintenance charges which are charged on the basis of the floor area occupied by each output).

Bases for assigning indirect costs to outputs

Indirect costs are pro-rated to outputs on the proportion of direct employee costs used in each output, with the exception of the National Library's Finance unit costs which are pro-rated on the proportion of direct total costs used in each output.

Notes to the Financial Statements#

Note 1 - Operating Expenses
Note 1 - Operating Expenses - National Library
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Consultants' fees 2,679 1,773 1,573 7,018
Overseas travel 427 248 248 235
Domestic travel 450 311 311 298
Other 12,285 15,254 14,154 15,309

Total operating expenses

15,841 17,586 16,286 22,860

Note 2 - Other Expenses#

Note 2 - Other Expenses - National Library
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Write-down of assets - 9,000 9,000 -
Other 71 159 159 -

Total other expenses

71 9,159 9,159 -

Note 3 - Property, Plant and Equipment#

Note 3 - Property, Plant and Equipment - National Library
  Land
$000
Buildings
$000
Leasehold improvements
$000
Furniture/office equipment
$000
Other
$000
Total
$000

Cost or revaluation

           
Balance as at 1 July 2008 16,360 26,567 1,686 41,931 33,309 119,853
Additions by purchase - 12,211 490 1,033 2,592 16,326
Additions internally developed - - - - - -
Revaluation increase - - - - - -
Transfers between classes - - - - - -
Disposals - - - - - -

Balance as at 30 June 2009

16,360 38,778 2,176 42,964 35,901 136,179

Accumulated depreciation and impairment losses

           
Balance as at 1 July 2008 - 1,201 1,466 30,364 13,960 46,991
Depreciation expense - 390 105 3,222 3,024 6,741
Eliminate on disposal - - - - - -
Eliminate on revaluation - - - - - -
Transfers between classes - - - - - -
Impairment losses - - - - - -

Balance as at 30 June 2009

- 1,591 1,571 33,586 16,984 53,732

Carrying amount as at 30 June 2009

16,360 37,187 605 9,378 18,917 82,447

Note 4 - Reconciliation of Net Surplus to Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities for the Year Ending 30 June 2009#

Note 4 - Reconciliation of Net Surplus to Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities for the Year Ending 30 June 2009 - National Library
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Net surplus / (deficit) 1,977 178 178 161
Add / (less) non-cash items        
Depreciation and amortisation expense 7,297 7,503 7,503 8,150
Net foreign exchange (gains) / losses 63 159 159 -
Write down of assets - 9,175 9,175 292
Total non-cash items 7,360 16,837 16,837 8,442
Add / (less) items classified as investing or financing activities        
(Gains) / losses on disposal property, plant and equipment 3 - - -
Revenue from donations and legal deposit (403) (292) (292) (292)
Total items classified as investing or financing activities (400) (292) (292) (292)
Add / (less) movements in working capital items        
(Inc) / Dec in debtors and other receivables (600) (92) (92) (137)
(Inc) / Dec in prepayments 304 - - -
(Inc) / Dec in inventories (22) - - -
(Inc) / Dec in creditors and other payables 222 3,639 3,639 (75)
(Inc) / Dec in current provisions (1,179) (501) (501) -
(Inc) / Dec in employee entitlements 190 - - -
Net movements in working capital items (1,085) 3,046 3,046 (212)
Net cash from operating activities 7,852 19,769 19,769 8,099

Forecast Financial Statements Te Puni Kokiri#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Maori Affairs
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Income

         
Crown   54,518 61,771 59,660 63,967
Department(s)   572 545 545 545
Other revenue   1 - - -
Gains   - - - -
Interest   - - - -

Total Income

  55,091 62,316 60,205 64,512

Expenses

         
Personnel   28,061 29,852 29,852 34,521
Operating 1 24,608 30,889 28,778 27,760
Depreciation and amortisation   1,210 1,155 1,155 1,578
Capital charge   363 420 420 653
Finance costs   - - - -
Other   (17) - - -

Total Expenses

5 54,225 62,316 60,205 64,512

Net Surplus / (Deficit)

  866 - - -

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 302009 - Maori Affairs
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Balance at 1 July

         
General funds   4,772 4,764 4,764 4,764
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Opening Balance

  4,772 4,764 4,764 4,764

Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

         

Income and Expense for the Period

         
Net surplus / (deficit) for the year   866 - - -
Total gains / (losses) taken to equity   - - - -

Total Income and Expense for the Period

  866 - - -

Other Changes

         
Repayment of surplus   (866) - - -
Capital contribution   - - - 1,383
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other   (8) - - -

Total Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

  (8) - - 1,383

Balance at 30 June

         
General funds   4,764 4,764 4,764 6,147
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Closing Balance

  4,764 4,764 4,764 6,147

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009#

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009 - Maori Affairs
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Assets

         

Current Assets

         
Cash and cash equivalents   9,015 9,321 7,210 7,892
Debtors and other receivables   439 450 450 450
Prepayments   316 200 200 200
Inventories   - - - -
Other current assets   - - - -

Total Current Assets

  9,770 9,971 7,860 8,542

Non-current Assets

         
Property, plant and equipment 2 3,152 3,423 3,423 5,733
Intangible assets 3 310 144 144 943
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Total Non- current Assets

  3,462 3,567 3,567 6,676

Total Assets

  13,232 13,538 11,427 15,218

Liabilities

         

Current Liabilities

         
Creditors and other payables   5,536 6,200 4,089 6,400
Repayment of surplus   866 - - -
Employee entitlements   2,059 2,574 2,574 2,671
Other current liabilities   - - - -

Total Current Liabilities

  8,461 8,774 6,663 9,071

Non-current Liabilities

         
Provisions   - - - -
Employee entitlements   7 - - -
Other non-current liabilities   - - -- -

Total Non-current Liabilities

  7 - - -

Total Liabilities

  8,468 8,774 6,663 9,071

Taxpayers' Funds

         
General funds   4,764 4,764 4,764 6,147
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Total Taxpayers' Funds

  4,764 4,764 4,764 6,147

Total Liabilities and Taxpayers' Funds

  13,232 13,538 11,427 15,218

Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Forestry Statement of Forecast Cash Flows for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Maori Affairs
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Cash Flows from Operating Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Crown   54,518 61,771 59,660 63,967
Department(s)   572 545 545 545
Other   (260) 105 105 -
Interest   - - - -

Payments to:

         
Suppliers   (27,570) (33,302) (33,188) (28,632)
Employees   (28,016) (29,570) (29,570) (34,663)
Capital charge   (363) (420) (420) (653)
Goods and services tax (net)   3,025 3,303 3,189 3,422
Other operating activities   - - - -

Net Cash from Operating Activities

4 1,906 2,432 321 3,986

Cash Flow from Investing Activities

         

Receipts from:

         
Sale of property, plant and equipment   48 - - -
Sale of intangible assets   - - - -
Sale of other non-current assets   - - - -

Purchase of:

         
Property, plant and equipment   (638) (1,260) (1,260) (4,687)
Intangible assets   - - - -
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Net Cash from Investing Activities

  (590) (1,260) (1,260) (4,687)

Cash Flow from Financing Activities

         
Capital contribution   - - - 1,383
Other financing cash inflows   - - - -
Repayment of surplus   (626) (866) (866) -
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other financing cash outflows   - - - -

Net Cash from Financing Activities

  (626) (866) (866) 1,383

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash

  690 306 (1,805) 682
Cash at the beginning of the year   8,325 9,015 9,015 7,210
Cash at the end of the year   9,015 9,321 7,210 7,892

Statement of Significant Assumptions#

These forecast financial statements have been compiled on the basis of existing Government policies and Ministerial expectations at the time the statements were finalised. They have been prepared in accordance with Section 34A of the Public Finance Act 1989 and are consistent with generally accepted accounting practice. They comply with NZ IFRS and Financial Reporting Standard No. 42: Prospective Financial Statements (FRS-42), as appropriate for public benefit entities.

The purpose of the forecast financial statements is to facilitate parliamentary consideration of the appropriations for, and planned performance of, Te Puni Kokiri.

These forecast financial statements have been compiled on the basis of Government policies and prepared on assumptions of future events that the Chief Executive of Te Puni Kokiri reasonably expects to occur at the date this information was prepared. It is not intended that this published information will be updated.

The statements assume the functions and duties of Te Puni Kokiri will remain consistent with those set out in the Ministry of Maori Development Act 1991.

The main assumptions are as follows:

  • The department's activities will remain substantially the same as for the previous year.
  • Personnel costs are based on 380 staff positions (368 full time equivalents).
  • Operating costs are based on historical experience. The general historical pattern is expected to continue.
  • Estimated year end information for 2007/08 is used as the opening position for the 2008/09 forecasts.

Actual results achieved for the year to 30 June 2009 are likely to vary from information presented in these statements and the variances may be material. This maybe due to changes in existing policies that may change the funding requirement of Te Puni Kokiri, and as a result have an impact on the prospective financial statements. The potential financial effect of this cannot be quantified now as it will depend on the quantum of the change that may be proposed.

Department-Specific Accounting Policies#

Te Puni Kokiri has applied the accounting policies set out in the Statement of Common Accounting Policies in this document, except as stated below.

Reporting Entity

Te Puni Kokiri is a Government Department as defined by section 2 of the Public Finance Act 1989. For the purposes of financial reporting Te Puni Kokiri is a public benefit entity.

Authorisation Statement

These forecast financial statements were authorised for issue by the Chief Executive of Te Puni Kokiri on 11 April 2008. The Chief Executive of Te Puni Kokiri is responsible for the forecast financial statements presented, including the appropriateness of the assumptions underlying the forecast financial statements and all other required disclosure.

Specific Accounting Policies

Property, plant and equipment

Capitalisation thresholds applied are set out below.

  • IT Equipment/Hardware - $5,000.
  • All other property, plant and equipment - $5,000.

Depreciation

The estimated useful lives of property, plant and equipment are set out below.

  • Computer Equipment - 4 years.
  • Motor Vehicles - 5 years.
  • Office Equipment - 5 years.
  • Furniture and Fittings - 5 years.
  • Leasehold Improvements - 5 - 12 years.

Intangible assets

Capitalisation thresholds applied are:

  • Purchased software - $5,000.
  • Internally developed software - $5,000.

The estimated useful lives of intangible assets are:

  • Purchased software - 3 and 1/3 years.
  • Internally developed software - 3 and 1/3 years.

Cost allocation

Te Puni Kokiri has determined the cost of outputs using the cost allocation system outlined below.

Criteria for direct costs

'Direct costs' are those costs that are directly attributed to an output.

Criteria for indirect costs

'Indirect costs' are those costs that cannot be attributed in an economically feasible manner, to a specific output.

These include depreciation and capital charge which are charged to outputs on the basis of asset utilisation. The depreciation and capital charge of IT assets are allocated to outputs on the basis of budgeted staff hours attributable to each output.

Personnel costs (excluding those of Support Services Wahanga and the Office of the Chief Executive) are allocated to outputs based on budgeted staff hours attributable to each output. Property and other premises costs, such as maintenance, are charged to Wahanga (business units) on the basis of budgeted full-time equivalents (FTEs).

Corporate overheads are allocated to outputs on the basis of budgeted staff hours attributable to each output.

Notes to the Financial Statements#

Note 1 - Operating Expenses
Note 1 - Operating Expenses - Maori Affairs
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Operating expenses include:        
Consultants' fees 4,267 6,379 6,379 6,379
Overseas travel 152 142 142 142
Domestic travel 1,866 2,202 2,202 2,202
Other 18,323 22,166 20,055 19,037
Total operating expenses 24,608 30,889 28,778 27,760

Note 2 - Property, Plant and Equipment#

Note 2 - Property, Plant and Equipment - Maori Affairs
  Land
$000
Buildings
$000
Leasehold improvements
$000
Furniture/office equipment
$000
Other
$000
Total
$000
Cost or revaluation            
Balance as at 1 July 2008 - - 2,339 1,057 4,470 7,866
Additions by purchase - - 954 30 2,733 3,717
Additions internally developed - - - - - -
Revaluation increase - - - - - -
Transfers between classes - - - - - -
Disposals - - - - - -
Balance as at 30 June 2009 - - 3,293 1,087 7,203 11,583
Accumulated depreciation and impairment losses            
Balance as at 1 July 2008 - - 1,259 691 2,493 4,443
Depreciation expense - - 524 153 730 1,407
Eliminate on disposal - - - - - -
Eliminate on revaluation - - - - - -
Transfers between classes - - - - - -
Impairment losses - - - - - -
Balance as at 30 June 2009 - - 1,783 844 3,223 5,850
Carrying amount as at 30 June 2009 - -  1,510 243 3,980 5,733

Note 3 - Intangible Assets#

Note 3 - Intangible Assets - Maori Affairs
  Acquired software
$000
Internally
generated software
$000
Other
$000
Total
$000
Balance as at 1 July 2008 1,355 283 - 1,638
Additions by purchase 25 - - 25
Additions internally developed - 945 - 945
Disposals - - - -
Balance as at 30 June 2009 1,380 1,228 - 2,608
Accumulated amortisation and impairment losses        
Balance as at 1 July 2008 1,260 234 - 1,494
Amortisation expense 14 157 - 171
Disposals - - - -
Impairment losses - - - -
Balance as at 30 June 2009 1,274 391 - 1,665
Carrying amount as at 30 June 2009 106 837 - 943

Note 4 - Reconciliation of Net Surplus to Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities for the Year Ending 30 June 2009#

Note 4 - Reconciliation of Net Surplus to Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities for the Year Ending 30 June 2009 - Maori Affairs
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Net surplus / (deficit) 866 - - -
Add/ (less) non-cash items        
Depreciation and amortisation expense 1,210 1,155 1,155 1,578
Net gains on derivative financial instruments - - - -
Net foreign exchange (gains)/losses - - - -
Other [specify] - - - -
Total non-cash items 1,210 1,155 1,155 1,578
Add/ (less) items classified as investing or financing activities        
(Gains)/ losses on disposal property, plant and equipment (17) - - -
Other [specify] - - - -
Total items classified as investing or financing activities (17) - - -
Add/ (less) movements in working capital items        
(Inc)/ Dec in debtors and other receivables - - - -
(Inc)/ Dec in prepayments (261) 105 105 -
(Inc)/ Dec in inventories - - - -
Inc/ (Dec) in creditors and other payables 603 636 (1,475) 2,311
Inc/ (Dec) in current provisions (706) 28 28 -
Inc/ (Dec) in employee entitlements 211 508 508 104
Inc/ (Dec) [other - specify] - - - -
Net movements in working capital items (153) 1,277 (834) 2,415
Add/ (less) movements in non-current liabilities        
Inc/ (Dec) in non-current provisions - - - -
Inc/ (Dec) in employee entitlements - - - (7)
Net cash from operating activities 1,906 2,432 321 3,986

Note 5 - Reconciliation of Departmental Expenses and Appropriations#

Note 5 - Reconciliation of Departmental Expenses and Appropriations - Maori Affairs
  2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000
Appropriations for output expenses        
Services To the Maori Trustee 4,781 6,960 6,360 9,602
Operations Management 14,731 17,304 16,915 18,187
Policy - Social and Cultural 6,035 7,241 7,241 6,869
Policy - Crown Maori Relationships 6,898 7,296 7,296 7,432
Relationships and Information 9,922 8,671 8,671 8,838
Policy - Economic and Enterprise 11,858 13,941 13,622 13,584
EEMED Establishment - 903 100 -
Total Appropriations for output expenses 54,225 62,316 60,205 64,512
Total departmental expenses [as per statement of financial performance] 54,225 62,316 60,205 64,512

Forecast Financial Statements Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Financial Performance for the year ending 30 June 2009 - Pacific Island Affairs
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Income

         
Crown   5,865 7,225 7,225 6,225
Department(s)   49 55 46 60
Other revenue   16 - 46 -
Gains   17 - - -
Interest   - - - -

Total Income

  5,947 7,280 7,317 6,285

Expenses

         
Personnel   3,674 3,738 3,738 3,401
Operating 1 2,095 3,280 3,317 2,597
Depreciation and amortisation   199 190 190 217
Capital charge   75 68 68 70
Finance costs   - - - -
Other   2 4 4 -

Total Expenses

5 6,045 7,280 7,317 6,285

Net Surplus / (Deficit)

4 (98) - - -

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 30 June 2009#

Statement of Forecast Changes in Taxpayers' Funds for the year ending 302009 - Pacific Island Affairs
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Balance at 1 July

         
General funds   890 864 864 864
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Opening Balance

  890 864 864 864

Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

         

Income and Expense for the Period

         
Net surplus / (deficit) for the year   (98) - - -
Total gains / (losses) taken to equity   - - - -

Total Income and Expense for the Period

  (98) - - -

Other Changes

         
Repayment of surplus   - - - -
Capital contribution   - - - -
Capital withdrawal   - - - -
Other   72 - - -

Total Changes in Taxpayers' Funds

  (26) - - -

Balance at 30 June

         
General funds   864 864 864 864
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Taxpayers' Funds Closing Balance

  864 864 864 864

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009#

Forecast Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2009 - Pacific Island Affairs
  Note 2006/07
Actual
$000
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated
Actual
$000
2008/09
Budgeted
$000

Assets

         

Current Assets

         
Cash and cash equivalents   969 130 130 100
Debtors and other receivables 2 54 932 932 802
Prepayments   48 39 39 7
Inventories   - - - -
Other current assets   - - - -

Total Current Assets

  1,071 1,101 1,101 909

Non-current Assets

         
Property, plant and equipment 3 562 527 527 714
Intangible assets   10 - - -
Other non-current assets   - - - -

Total Non- current Assets

  572 527 527 714

Total Assets

  1,643 1,628 1,628 1,623

Liabilities

         

Current Liabilities

         
Creditors and other payables   421 520 520 509
Repayment of surplus   - - - -
Employee entitlements   358 244 244 250
Other current liabilities   - - - -

Total Current Liabilities

  779 764 764 759

Non-current Liabilities

         
Provisions   - - - -
Employee entitlements   - - - -
Other non-current liabilities   - - -- -

Total Non-current Liabilities

  - - - -

Total Liabilities

  779 764 764 759

Taxpayers' Funds

         
General funds   864 864 864 864
Revaluation reserve   - - - -
Other reserves   - - - -

Total Taxpayers' Funds

  864 864 864 864

Total Liabilities and Taxpayers' Funds

  1,643 1,628 1,628 1,623

Māori Radio Broadcasting (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Promotion of Māori language and Māori culture through radio broadcasting.

Expenses#

Expenses - Māori Radio Broadcasting (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 10,744 10,744 10,744

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Māori Radio Broadcasting (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Purchase Māori language and culture broadcast hours from the Iwi Radio Stations 60,000 hours 60,000 hours 60,000 hours
Purchase Māori language and culture broadcast hours through contestable funding 1,500 hours 1,500 hours 1,500 hours

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Māori Radio Broadcasting (M46) - Māori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Māori Broadcasting - increase in the operational funding of Iwi Māori Radio 2007/08 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
Iwi Radio Upgrade 2005/06 344 344 344 344 344
Māori Broadcasting - Increasing Iwi Radio Capability 2003/04 222 222 222 222 222

Māori Television Broadcasting (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Promotion of Māori language and Māori culture through television broadcasting.

Expenses#

Expenses - Māori Television Broadcasting (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 40,332 40,332 40,332

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Māori Television Broadcasting (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Purchase Māori language and culture broadcast hours from Māori Television 700 hours 700 hours 700 hours
Purchase Māori language and culture broadcast hours through contestable funding 580 hours 580 hours 580 hours

Māori Television Channel (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Administration costs of the Māori Television channel.

Expenses#

Expenses - Maori Television Channel (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 16,506 16,506 16,539

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Maori Television Channel (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Broadcast programmes that are mainly in the Māori language. 3,300-3,500 hours 3,300-3,500 hours 3,300-3,500 hours
Provide free to air coverage to New Zealand's population. 90% coverage 90% coverage 90% coverage

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Māori Television Channel (M46) - Māori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Māori Television Service - Enhanced Services 2007/08 4,968 5,001 5,036 5,073 5,073
Additional Operational Funding for the Māori Television Service 2003/04 6,289 6,289 6,289 6,289 6,289

Matauranga (Knowledge) (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Purchasing partnered interventions, tools and investigative studies to support Māori in the acquisition, creation, maintenance and transferral of traditional and contemporary knowledge required to accelerate Māori development.

Expenses#

Expenses - Matauranga (Knowledge) (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 6,832 6,832 7,168

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

Appropriation in 2007/08 was reallocated to fund an extension of the Māori Wardens programme in 2008/09. The 2008/09 Budget reverts to the original appropriation.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Matauranga (Knowledge) (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Number of initiatives not stated a minimum of 80 a minimum of 80
Cross-agency initiatives include shared outcomes 30% 30% 30%
Initiative proposals meet the criteria for the purchase of outputs 100% 100% 100%
Initiatives meet contracted deliverables 85% 75% 85%
Initiatives meet contracted timeframes 85% 75% 80%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Matauranga (Knowledge) (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Maori Potential Funds 2006/07 7,168 7,168 7,168 7,168 7,168

Note - The Māori Potential Funds; Whakamana (Leadership), Rawa (Resources) and Matauranga (Knowledge) were introduced in Budget 2006 and replaced existing Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Building Capacity in Māori Communities, Capacity Assessment,Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes, Whānau Development - Sport and Culture and Whānau Development - Enterprise.

Promotion of the Māori Language (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Purchase of initiatives to revitalise and develop the Māori language in New Zealand. This includes outputs from Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Commission) and involves the promotion of the Māori language in New Zealand.

Expenses#

Expenses - Promotion of the Maori Language (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 3,204 3,204 3,204

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Promotion of the Maori Language (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Complete publication of the Monolingual Māori language dictionary 1 0 1
Provide training and support for Māori language interpreters and translators Training provided Training provided Training provided
Disperse $1.800 million from the Ma Te Reo fund to support Māori language community development initiatives $1.800 million fully dispersed $1.800 million fully dispersed $1.800 million fully dispersed
Promote Māori language week and Matariki Activity promoted Activity promoted Activity promoted

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Promotion of the Māori Language (M46) - Māori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Administration Provision to support the Ma Te Reo Fund 2005/06 207 207 207 207 207

Rawa (Resources) (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Purchasing partnered interventions, tools and investigative studies to support Māori access to, utilisation, development and retention of resources required to accelerate Māori development.

Expenses#

Expenses - Rawa (Resources) (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 7,497 7,497 7,168

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

2007/08 budget reflects an expense transfer from 2006/07 to fund cross-agency initiatives under the Effective Interventions programme.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Rawa (Resources) (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Number of initiatives Not stated A minimum of 80 A minimum of 80
Cross-agency initiatives include shared outcomes 30% 30% 30%
Initiative proposals meet the criteria for the purchase of outputs 100% 100% 100%
Initiatives meet contracted deliverables 85% 75% 85%
Initiatives meet contracted timeframes 85% 75% 80%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Rawa (Resources) (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Māori Potential Funds - CAB min (06) 8/4 2006/07 7,168 7,168 7,168 7168 7,168

Note - The Māori Potential Funds; Whakamana (Leadership), Rawa (Resources) and Mātauranga (Knowledge) were introduced in Budget 2006 and replaced existing Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Building Capacity in Māori Communities, Capacity Assessment, Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes, Whānau Development - Sport and Culture and Whānau Development - Enterprise.

Treaty of Waitangi Touring Exhibition (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Continuing to deliver the Treaty 2U tour by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

Expenses#

Expenses - Treaty of Waitangi Touring Exhibition (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 530 530 -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

Programme ceases in 2008.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Treaty of Waitangi Touring Exhibition (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Performance meets contracted deliverables 100% 100% N/A

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Treaty of Waitangi Touring Exhibition (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Treaty 2U - A Touring Exhibition 2007/08 530 - - - -

Whakamana (Leadership) (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Purchasing partnered interventions, tools and investigative studies to strengthen Māori leadership, governance and management to accelerate Māori development.

Expenses#

Expenses - Whakamana (Leadership) (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 10,618 10,618 8,108

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

Appropriation has been reallocated to fund an extension of the Māori Wardens programme in 2008/09.

Output Performance Measures and Standards#

Output Performance Measures and Standards - Whakamana (Leadership) (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
Performance Measures Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Number of initiatives per output within the class Not stated A minimum of 80 A minimum of 80
Cross-agency initiatives include shared outcomes 30% 30% 30%
Initiative proposals meet the criteria for the purchase of outputs 100% 100% 100%
Initiatives meet contracted deliverables 85% 75% 85%
Initiatives meet contracted timeframes 85% 75% 80%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Whakamana (Leadership) (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Maori Potential Funds - CAB min (06) 8/4 2006/07 9,558 9,558 9,558 9,558 9,558

Note - The Maori Potential Funds; Whakamana (Leadership), Rawa (Resources) and Mātauranga (Knowledge) were introduced in Budget 2006 and replaced existing Non-Departmental funding programmes; Local Level Solutions, Direct Resourcing of Local Level Solutions, Building Capacity in Maori Communities, Capacity Assessment, Whānau Development - Action Research Programmes, Whānau Development - Sport and Culture and Whānau Development - Enterprise.

Summary of Service Providers#

Summary of Service Providers - Summary of Service Providers - Maori Affairs
Provider 2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2007/08
Estimated Actual
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
Reporting
Mechanism
Expiry of
Funding
Commitment
Crown Entities          
Te Māngai Pāho 52,684 52,684 53,204 Providers annual report N/A
Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo Maori (Māori Language Commission) 3,204 3,204 3,204 Providers annual report N/A
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 530 530 - Project status reports 30 June 2008
Crown Companies          
Māori Television Service 16,506 16,506 16,539 Providers annual report N/A
Non-Government Organisations 25,403 25,403 22,900 Project status reports individual contract expiry dates

The above table summarises funding to be allocated through Vote Māori Affairs to non-departmental providers, along with an indication of the mechanism to be used for reporting actual performance and (where determined) the length of the funding commitment.

Part 3 - Details for Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses#

Part 3.2 - Non-Departmental Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 3.2 NonDepartmental Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses - Maori Affairs
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their social and cultural potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of life and experiences of Māori and the cultural institutions (including whānau and other collectives) to which they belong.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their economic potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of Māori participation and success in the economy.
Rangatiratanga Grants

Rangatiratanga Grants (M46)

Scope of Appropriation

Financial assistance to promote and enhance initiatives for the social, economic and cultural advancement of Maori.

Expenses

Expenses - Rangatiratanga Grants (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 480 480 480

Part 5 - Details and Expected Results for Other Expenses#

Part 5.2 - Non-Departmental Other Expenses#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 5.2 NonDepartmental Other Expenses - Maori Affairs
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their social and cultural potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of life and experiences of Māori and the cultural institutions (including whanau and other collectives) to which they belong.
Māori Wardens
Payment to Housing NZ Corporation
Re-erection of the Mataatua Whare
Te Putahi Paoho
Wharewaka - Wellington Waterfront Development
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their economic potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of Maori participation and success in the economy.
Beyond Hui Taumata
Māori Women's Development Fund
Regional Tourism Organisations Planning
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Constructive engagement between Māori and the Crown, on issues of mutual interest, create opportunities for Māori to realise their potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of the Crown-Māori relationship.
Māori Registration Service
Re-erection of the Mataatua Whare
Wharewaka - Wellington Waterfront Development
Loss from Sale of Mauao Historic Reserve
Māori Wardens
NZ Māori Council
Orakei Act 1991
Payment to Trust Boards
Te Ariki Trust
Provision for Māori Trustee Debt
S460A Loans Write-off

Beyond Hui Taumata (M46)

Scope of Appropriation

The Hui Taumata Taskforce will progress a number of economic development initiatives for Māori that were recommended as part of the Hui Taumata.

Expenses

Expenses - Beyond Hui Taumata (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,000 1,000 1,000

Expected Results

Expected Results - Beyond Hui Taumata (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Hui Taumata Taskforce meet contracted deliverables 100% 100% 100%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Beyond Hui Taumata (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Beyond Hui Taumata 2007/08 1,000 1,000 - - -

Loss from Sale of Mauao Historic Reserve (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

To facilitate ownership transfer of the Mauao historic reserve (Mt Maunganui) to Tauranga Moana iwi.

Expenses#

Expenses - Loss from Sale of Mauao Historic Reserve (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 50 - -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

One-off appropriation to recognise the loss to the Crown on transferring the Mauao historic reserve.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Loss from Sale of Mauao Historic Reserve (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Ownership of the Mauao historic reserve is transferred to Tauranga Moana Iwi on passing of the Mauao Historic Reserve Vesting Bill by 30 June 2008 - by 30 June 2009

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Loss from Sale of Mauao Historic Reserve (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Legislation Mauao Historic Reserve Vesting Bill

Maori Registration Service (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Contribution towards the ongoing cost of a national Maori registration service, which will assist in linking Maori with their tribes and tribal groups and compiling comprehensive and accurate registers of their members.

Expenses#

Expenses - Maori Registration Service (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 626 626 626

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Maori Registration Service (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Tuhono Trust report to the Minister in accordance with the requirements of the Memorandum of Understanding report quarterly report quarterly report quarterly

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Maori Registration Service (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Maori Registration service 2007/08 572 572 572 572 572

Maori Wardens (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Assistance to the National Maori Wardens Association to meet administrative costs and to provide funding to Maori Wardens for locally based initiatives that focus on improving outcomes for Maori youth and Whanau.

Expenses#

Expenses - Maori Wardens (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 178 178 1,178

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

New money in Budget 2008 is for direct funding of locally based initiatives as part of the Maori Wardens programme. Refer Past and Current Policy Initiatives below.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Maori Wardens (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
New Zealand Maori Wardens Association meet their reporting requirements to the Minister 1 report 1 report 1 report
Direct funding for locally based initiatives paid to Maori Wardens N/A N/A all funded initiatives meet the agreed criteria

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Maori Wardens (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Strengthening Maori Wardens: Enhancing Capacity - Realising Potential 2008/09 - 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000

Maori Women's Development Fund (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Provide for the administration of government funding for the Maori Women's Development Fund.

Expenses#

Expenses - Maori Women's Development Fund (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,867 1,867 1,867

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Maori Women's Development Fund (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Meets contracted deliverables 100% 100% 100%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Maori Women's Development Fund (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Maori Women's Development Fund 2005/06 1,867 1,867 1,867 1,867 1,867

NZ Maori Council (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Administration costs of the New Zealand Maori Council.

Expenses#

Expenses - NZ Maori Council (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 196 196 196

Expected Results#

Expected Results - NZ Maori Council (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
New Zealand Maori Council meet their reporting requirements to the Minister 1 report 1 report 1 report

Orakei Act 1991 (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Orakei Reserves Board fees and travel expenses in accordance with Section 29 of the Orakei Act 1991.

Expenses#

Expenses - Orakei Act 1991 (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 7 7 7

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Orakei Act 1991 (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
The annuity is paid in accordance with the provisions of the Orakei Act 1991 100% 100% 100%

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Orakei Act 1991 (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Legislation Section 29, Orakei Act 1991

Payments to Housing New Zealand Corporation (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Forwarding repayments received after the sale of the Māori Housing portfolio to Housing New Zealand Corporation.

Expenses#

Expenses - Payments to Housing New Zealand Corporation (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 36 36 36

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Payments to Housing New Zealand Corporation (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Payments are forwarded to Housing New Zealand Corporation within agreed timeframes quarterly quarterly quarterly

Payments to Trust Boards PLA (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Payment of annuities to Māori Trust Boards, in accordance with sections 4(2), 9(2) and 10(2) of the Māori Trust Boards Act 1955.

Expenses#

Expenses - Payments to Trust Boards PLA (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 37 37 37

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Payments to Trust Boards PLA (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Annuities are paid in accordance with the provisions of the Māori Trust Boards Act 1955 100% 100% 100%

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Payments to Trust Boards PLA (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Legislation Sections 4(2), 9(2) and 10(2) of the Māori Trust Boards Act 1955

Provision for Māori Trustee Debt (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

The full provisioning of the costs incurred by the Maori Trustee in relation to the funding it receives under the Departmental Output Expense Services to the Māori Trustee.

Expenses#

Expenses - Provision for Maori Trustee Debt (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 6,920 6,320 4,893

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Provision for Maori Trustee Debt (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
The provision reflects the full cost of servicing the Māori Trustee through the Departmental Output Expense - Services to the Māori Trustee 100% 100% 100%

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Provision for Maori Trustee Debt (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Legislation Section 41, Maori Trustee Act 1953

Re-erection of the Mataatua Whare (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to the erection of the Mataatua Whare at Whakatane, and the establishment of related facilities to support cultural tourism and development opportunities.

Expenses#

Expenses - Reerection of the Mataatua Whare (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 2,000 2,000 5,000

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

The appropriation provides for funding in 2007/08 and 2008/09 only and reflects the timing of project activities. Refer Current and Past Policy Initiatives below.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Reerection of the Mataatua Whare (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Funding for the re-erection of the Mataatua Whare and establishment of the related facilities is paid in accordance with agreed deliverables in accordance with agreed deliverables in accordance with agreed deliverables

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Reerection of the Mataatua Whare (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Re-erection of the Mataatua Whare 2007/08 2,000 5,000 - - -

Regional Tourism Organisations - Planning (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

To fund the development of plans for Māori Regional Tourism organisations.

Expenses#

Expenses - Regional Tourism Organisations Planning (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 160 160 160

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Regional Tourism Organisations Planning (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Plans are developed in accordance with contracted deliverables 100% 100% 100%

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Regional Tourism Organisations Planning (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Facilitating Māori Regional Tourism 2004/05 40 40 40 40 40

S460A Loans Write-off (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to the write-off of loans issued under Section 460A of the Māori Affairs Act 1953.

Expenses#

Expenses - S460A Loans Writeoff (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 156 156 -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

A one-off appropriation in 2007/08 only to write-off the current loan balance in recognition that there are no outstanding loan balances and therefore the net realisable value of the asset is nil. Refer Current and Past Policy Initiatives below.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - S460A Loans Writeoff (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Fully write-off the S460A loans balance, currently recognised as a Non-Departmental asset 100% 100% N/A

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - S460A Loans Writeoff (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
S460A Loans Write-off 2007/08 156 - - - -

Te Ariki Trust (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Costs of administering the Te Ariki Trust.

Expenses#

Expenses - Te Ariki Trust (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 23 23 21

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Te Ariki Trust (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Administration costs are paid to the Te Ariki Trust in accordance with agreed deliverables in accordance with agreed deliverables in accordance with agreed deliverables

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Te Ariki Trust (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Te Ariki Trust 2007/08 23 21 21 21 21

Te Putahi Paoho (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Administration costs of Te Putahi Paoho (the Māori Television Electoral College).

Expenses#

Expenses - Te Putahi Paoho (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 131 131 131

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Te Putahi Paoho (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Te Putahi Paoho fulfill their reporting requirements to the Minister 1 report 1 report 1 report

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Te Putahi Paoho (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Te Putahi Paoho capability Funding 2007/08 47 47 47 47 47

Wharewaka - Wellington Waterfront Development (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

This appropriation is limited to payments to support the construction of a Wharewaka on the Wellington Waterfront (Taranaki Street Wharf and Lagoon).

Expenses#

Expenses - Wharewaka Wellington Waterfront Development (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation - - 7,000

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

The appropriation provides for funding in 2008/09 only and reflects the timing of project activities. Refer Current and Past Policy Initiatives below.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Wharewaka Wellington Waterfront Development (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Funding for the construction of the Wharewaka is paid N/A N/A in accordance with agreed deliverables

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Wharewaka Wellington Waterfront Development (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Wharewaka - Waterfront Development 2008/09 - 7,000 - - -

Reporting Mechanisms#

Reporting Mechanisms - Reporting Mechanisms - Maori Affairs
Appropriation Reporting Mechanism
Beyond Hui Taumata Quarterly Activity and Financial Reports of the Hui Taumata Trust
Loss on Sale from Mauao Historic Reserve Not required
Māori Registration Service Annual Report Tuhono Trust
Māori Wardens Annual Report of the New Zealand Māori Wardens Association; and
As per contracted deliverables for the Direct Funding component
Māori Women's Development Fund Annual Report of Māori Women's Development Inc
NZ Māori Council Annual Report of the New Zealand Māori Council
Orakei Act 1991 Annual Report of Te Puni Kōkiri
Payments to Housing New Zealand Corporation Annual Report of Te Puni Kōkiri
Payments to Trust Boards PLA Annual Report of Te Puni Kōkiri
Provision for Māori Trustee Debt Annual Reports of Te Puni Kōkiri and the Māori Trustee
Re-erection of the Mataatua Whare Yet to be agreed
Regional Tourism Organisations - Planning In accordance with contracted deliverables
S460A Loans Write-off Annual Report of Te Puni Kōkiri
Te Ariki Trust Yet to be agreed
Te Putahi Paoho Annual Report of Te Putahi Paoho
Wharewaka - Wellington Waterfront Development Yet to be agreed

The above table indicates the mechanisms to be used for reporting actual performance for each non-departmental other expenses appropriation.

Part 6 - Details and Expected Results for Capital Expenditure#

Part 6.1 - Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Te Puni Kokiri - Capital Expenditure PLA (M46)

Scope of Appropriation

This appropriation is limited to the purchase or development of assets by and for the use of the Te Puni Kōkiri, as authorised by section 24(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989

Capital Expenditure

Capital Expenditure - Te Puni Kokiri Capital Expenditure PLA (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 1,088 1,088 4,368
Intangibles 172 172 319
Other - - -
Total Appropriation 1,260 1,260 4,687
Forests/Agricultural - - -
Land - - -
Property, Plant and Equipment 1,088 1,088 4,368
Intangibles 172 172 319
Other - - -
Total Appropriation 1,260 1,260 4,687

Part 6.2 - Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives#

Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives - Part 6.2 NonDepartmental Capital Expenditure - Maori Affairs
Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Appropriations
Strategic Outcome: Māori succeeding as Māori.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their social and cultural potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of life and experiences of Māori and the cultural institutions (including whanau and other collectives) to which they belong.
Impact: Māori people exercise confident and responsible choices about the quality of life they experience, and as a result, increasingly realise their economic potential.
Objective: Positively influence the quality of Māori participation and success in the economy.
Rural Lending
Administration of Māori Broadcasting
Māori Television Channel

Administration of Māori Broadcasting (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation

Capital payment to Te Māngai Pāho for refurbishment of office premises to accommodate current staffing and activities.

Capital Expenditure

Capital Expenditure - Administration of Māori Broadcasting (M46) - Māori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 160 160 -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation

The appropriation is for capital funding in 2007/08 only to contribute towards refurbishment of office premises. Refer Past and Current Policy Initiatives below.

Expected Results

Expected Results - Administration of Maori Broadcasting (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Capital funding is applied towards the refurbishment of Te Māngai Pāho office premises 100% 100% N/A

Current and Past Policy Initiatives

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Administration of Maori Broadcasting (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Te Māngai Pāho Capability 2007/08 160 - - - -

Māori Television Channel (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Work for the digitisation of the Māori Television Channel.

Capital Expenditure#

Capital Expenditure - Maori Television Channel (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,600 1,600 -

Reasons for Change in Appropriation#

The appropriation reflects timing of the capital funding required for the digitisation of the Māori Television Channel.

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Maori Television Channel (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Capital funding is expended towards digitising the Māori Television Channel 100% 100% N/A

Current and Past Policy Initiatives#

Current and Past Policy Initiatives - Maori Television Channel (M46) - Maori Affairs
Policy Initiative Year of
First
Impact
2007/08
Budgeted
$000
2008/09
Budget
$000
2009/10
Estimated
$000
2010/11
Estimated
$000
2011/12
Estimated
$000
Māori Television Service - Enhanced Services 2007/08 1,600 - 1,400 - -

Rural Lending (M46)#

Scope of Appropriation#

Advances to Maori landowners for compensation loans granted under the provision of Part II of the Māori Affairs Restructuring Act 1989.

Capital Expenditure#

Capital Expenditure - Rural Lending (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
$000
Estimated Actual
$000
Budget
$000
Total Appropriation 1,922 350 1,922

Expected Results#

Expected Results - Rural Lending (M46) - Maori Affairs
  2007/08 2008/09
  Budgeted
Standard
Estimated Actual
Standard
Budget
Standard
Compensation loans are advanced to Māori land owners in accordance with Part II of the Māori Affairs Restructuring Act 1989 100% 100% 100%

Conditions on Use of Appropriation#

Conditions on Use of Appropriation - Rural Lending (M46) - Maori Affairs
Reference Conditions
Legislation Part II of the Māori Affairs Restructuring Act 1989

Reporting Mechanisms#

Reporting Mechanisms - Reporting Mechanisms - Maori Affairs
Appropriation Reporting Mechanism
Administration of Māori Broadcasting Annual Report of Te Māngai Pāho
Māori Television Channel Annual Report of the Māori Television Service
Rural Lending Annual Report of Te Puni Kōkiri

The above table indicates the mechanisms to be used for reporting actual performance for each non-departmental capital expenditure appropriation.

Performance Information for Appropriations Vote Treaty Negotiations#

MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister in Charge of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations (M74)

ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Ministry of Justice - OTS

MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR MINISTRY OF JUSTICE - OTS: Minister of Justice

Part 1 - Summary of the Vote#

Part 1.1 - Overview of the Vote

Overview

Vote Treaty Negotiations contains a multi-year appropriation of $400 million for the five-year period 2008/09 to 2012/13. This appropriation is for the settlement of historical Treaty of Waitangi claims and provides for the payment of redress through the transfer of assets (cash and property) from the Crown to claimant groups, for the payment of interest on settlement redress and for the payment of claimant funding.

In addition, annual appropriations sought for Vote Treaty Negotiations in 2008/09 total $32.197 million. This is intended to be spent as follows:

  • $11.404 million (35% of the Vote) for the purchase of policy advice, negotiation, settlement and implementation of historical Treaty claims from the Office of Treaty Settlements.
  • $2.961 million (9% of the Vote) for the purchase of Crown representation at Waitangi Tribunal hearings of historical claims.
  • $6.212 million (19% of the Vote) for the purchasing of property management services from the Office of Treaty Settlements.
  • $1.500 million (5% of the Vote) for depreciation on assets held in the Office of Treaty Settlements.
  • $120,000 (less than 1% of the Vote) for debt write-off of rentals owing from Landbank properties.
  • $10.000 million (31% of the Vote) for the purchasing of property by the Office of Treaty Settlements for historical Treaty of Waitangi settlement purposes.

The Office of Treaty Settlements expects to collect $5.877 million of revenue on behalf of the Crown from Landbank property operations.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-6 below.

Part 1.2 - High-Level Objectives of the Vote#

Government Priorities and Outcomes - Links to Appropriations - Treaty Negotiations
Government Priorities - Themes / Sub-themes Government Outcomes Appropriations
National Identity
Justice Sector Outcomes Framework:
First Tier Outcome: A Safe and Just Society
Second Tier Outcome: Civil and Democratic Rights are Enjoyed
Third Tier Outcome:
Justice Sector Outcomes Framework:
Durable Settlement of Treaty Claims
Policy advice - Treaty Negotiations (M74)
    Property portfolio management (M74)
    Representation - Waitangi Tribunal (M74)

The Justice Sector Outcomes were approved by Justice Sector Ministers in September 2006, and came into effect on
July 1, 2007.

Summary of Financial Activity#

Summary of Financial Activity - Treaty Negotiations
  2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
  Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
Actual
$000
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 13,800 17,898 16,235 17,644 20,160 20,160 20,577 - 20,577 21,133 21,133 21,133
Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses - - - - - - N/A - - - - -
Borrowing Expenses - -