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Act No. 1 of 2022 as made
An Act to appropriate additional money out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the ordinary annual services of the Government for the purposes of responding to circumstances relating to the coronavirus known as COVID-19, and for related purposes
Administered by: Finance
Originating Bill: Appropriation (Coronavirus Response) Bill (No. 1) 2021-2022
Registered 18 Feb 2022
Date of Assent 14 Feb 2022
To be repealed 01 Jul 2024
Repealed by Self Repealing

Contents

Part 1—Preliminary                                                                                                             2

1............ Short title............................................................................................. 2

2............ Commencement................................................................................... 2

3............ Definitions.......................................................................................... 2

4............ Portfolio statements............................................................................. 4

5............ Notional transactions between entities that are part of the Commonwealth               4

Part 2—Appropriation items                                                                                          5

6............ Summary of appropriations................................................................. 5

7............ Departmental items.............................................................................. 5

8............ Administered items............................................................................. 5

9............ Corporate entity items......................................................................... 5

Part 3—Advance to the Finance Minister                                                               7

10.......... Advance to the Finance Minister......................................................... 7

Part 4—Miscellaneous                                                                                                         8

11.......... Crediting amounts to special accounts................................................. 8

12.......... Appropriation of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.............................. 8

13.......... Repeal of this Act................................................................................ 8

Schedule 1—Services for which money is appropriated       9

 


Commonwealth Coat of Arms of Australia

 

 

Appropriation (Coronavirus Response) Act (No. 1) 2021-2022

No. 1, 2022

 

 

 

An Act to appropriate additional money out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the ordinary annual services of the Government for the purposes of responding to circumstances relating to the coronavirus known as COVID‑19, and for related purposes

[Assented to 14 February 2022]

The Parliament of Australia enacts:

Part 1Preliminary

  

1  Short title

                   This Act is the Appropriation (Coronavirus Response) Act (No. 1) 2021‑2022.

2  Commencement

             (1)  Each provision of this Act specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1.  The whole of this Act

The day this Act receives the Royal Assent.

14 February 2022

Note:          This table relates only to the provisions of this Act as originally enacted. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this Act.

             (2)  Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this Act. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this Act.

3  Definitions

                   In this Act:

administered item means an amount set out in Schedule 1 opposite an outcome for a non‑corporate entity under the heading “Administered”.

corporate entity means:

                     (a)  a corporate Commonwealth entity within the meaning of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013; or

                     (b)  a Commonwealth company within the meaning of that Act.

corporate entity item means the total amount set out in Schedule 1 in relation to a corporate entity under the heading “Administered”.

Note:          The amounts set out opposite outcomes for corporate entities, under the heading “Administered”, are “notional”. They are not part of the item, and do not in any way restrict the scope of the expenditure authorised by the item.

current year means the financial year ending on 30 June 2022.

departmental item means the total amount set out in Schedule 1 in relation to a non‑corporate entity under the heading “Departmental”.

Note:          The amounts set out opposite outcomes, under the heading “Departmental”, are “notional”. They are not part of the item, and do not in any way restrict the scope of the expenditure authorised by the item.

expenditure means payments for expenses, acquiring assets, making loans or paying liabilities.

Finance Minister means the Minister administering this Act.

item means any of the following:

                     (a)  an administered item;

                     (b)  a corporate entity item;

                     (c)  a departmental item.

non‑corporate entity means:

                     (a)  a non‑corporate Commonwealth entity within the meaning of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013; or

                     (b)  the High Court.

Portfolio Budget Statements means the Portfolio Budget Statements that were tabled in the Senate or the House of Representatives in relation to the Bill for the Appropriation Act (No. 1) 2021‑2022 and the Bill for the Appropriation Act (No. 2) 2021‑2022.

portfolio statements means the Portfolio Budget Statements.

special account has the same meaning as in the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

4  Portfolio statements

                   The portfolio statements are declared to be relevant documents for the purposes of section 15AB of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901.

Note:          See paragraph 15AB(2)(g) of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 which provides that the material that may be considered in the interpretation of a provision of an Act includes any document that is declared by the Act to be a relevant document.

5  Notional transactions between entities that are part of the Commonwealth

                   For the purposes of this Act, notional transactions between non‑corporate entities are to be treated as if they were real transactions.

Note:          This section applies, for example, to a “payment” between non‑corporate entities that are both part of the Commonwealth. One of the effects of this section is that the payment will be debited from an appropriation for the paying non‑corporate entity, even though no payment is actually made from the Consolidated Revenue Fund. This is consistent with section 76 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

Part 2Appropriation items

  

6  Summary of appropriations

                   The total of the items specified in Schedule 1 is $3,135,671,000.

Note 1:       Items in Schedule 1 can be adjusted under Part 3 of this Act.

Note 2:       Sections 74 to 75 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 also provide for the adjustment of amounts appropriated by this Act.

7  Departmental items

                   The amount specified in a departmental item for a non‑corporate entity may be applied for the departmental expenditure of the entity.

8  Administered items

             (1)  The amount specified in an administered item for an outcome for a non‑corporate entity may be applied for expenditure for the purpose of contributing to achieving that outcome.

             (2)  If the portfolio statements indicate that activities of a particular kind were intended to be treated as activities in respect of a particular outcome, then expenditure for the purpose of carrying out those activities is taken to be expenditure for the purpose of contributing to achieving the outcome.

9  Corporate entity items

             (1)  The amount specified in a corporate entity item for a corporate entity may be paid to the entity to be applied for the purposes of the entity.

             (2)  If:

                     (a)  an Act provides that a corporate entity must be paid amounts that are appropriated by the Parliament for the purposes of the entity; and

                     (b)  Schedule 1 contains a corporate entity item for that entity;

then the entity must be paid the full amount specified in the item.

Part 3Advance to the Finance Minister

  

10  Advance to the Finance Minister

             (1)  This section applies if the Finance Minister is satisfied that there is an urgent need for expenditure, in the current year, that is not provided for, or is insufficiently provided for, in Schedule 1:

                     (a)  because of an erroneous omission or understatement; or

                     (b)  because the expenditure was unforeseen until after the last day on which it was practicable to provide for it in the Bill for this Act before that Bill was introduced into the House of Representatives.

             (2)  This Act has effect as if Schedule 1 were amended, in accordance with a determination of the Finance Minister, to make provision for so much (if any) of the expenditure as the Finance Minister determines.

             (3)  A determination made under subsection (2) must relate to expenditure for the purposes of responding to circumstances relating to the coronavirus known as COVID‑19.

             (4)  The total of the amounts determined under subsection (2) cannot be more than $2,000 million.

             (5)  A determination made under subsection (2) is a legislative instrument, but neither section 42 (disallowance) nor Part 4 of Chapter 3 (sunsetting) of the Legislation Act 2003 applies to the determination.

Part 4Miscellaneous

  

11  Crediting amounts to special accounts

                   If any of the purposes of a special account is a purpose that is covered by an item (whether or not the item expressly refers to the special account), then amounts may be debited against the appropriation for that item and credited to that special account.

12  Appropriation of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

                   The Consolidated Revenue Fund is appropriated as necessary for the purposes of this Act, including the operation of this Act as affected by the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

13  Repeal of this Act

                   This Act is repealed at the start of 1 July 2024.


Schedule 1Services for which money is appropriated

Note:       See sections 6 and 12.

  

Abstract

 

Portfolio

Total

 

$'000

 

 

Health

 935,671

Prime Minister and Cabinet

 2,200,000

 

 

Total

 3,135,671

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPROPRIATIONS

 

 

 

 

 


 

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Portfolio

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Agriculture, Water and the Environment

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,535,111

 1,254,328

 2,789,439

 

 

 

 

Attorney‑General's

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,394,968

 519,741

 1,914,709

 

 

 

 

Defence

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 32,160,872

 179,008

 32,339,880

 

 

 

 

Education, Skills and Employment

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,027,797

 6,718,974

 7,746,771

 

 

 

 

Finance

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 666,765

 391,089

 1,057,854

 

 

 

 

Foreign Affairs and Trade

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 2,435,242

 4,694,195

 7,129,437

 

 

 

 

Health

 ‑

 935,671

 935,671

 

 1,285,681

 16,753,213

 18,038,894

 

 

 

 

Home Affairs

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 4,981,992

 2,276,433

 7,258,425

 

 

 

 

Industry, Science, Energy and Resources

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 983,634

 3,759,442

 4,743,076

 

 

 

 

Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

and Communications

 600,656

 5,067,761

 5,668,417

 

 

 

 

Prime Minister and Cabinet

 ‑

 2,200,000

 2,200,000

 

 859,119

 2,568,118

 3,427,237

 

 

 

 

Social Services

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 5,238,239

 19,626,130

 24,864,369

 

 

 

 

Treasury

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 5,547,537

 106,715

 5,654,252

 

 

 

 

Total:

 ‑

 3,135,671

 3,135,671

 

 58,717,613

 63,915,147

 122,632,760

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Department of Agriculture, Water and the

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Environment

 1,094,847

 1,070,752

 2,165,599

 

 

 

 

Payments to corporate entities:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines

 

 ‑

 ‑

Authority

 

 1,923

 1,923

 

 

 

 

Director of National Parks

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 66,309

 66,309

 

 

 

 

Murray‑Darling Basin Authority

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 80,770

 80,770

 

 

 

 

Regional Investment Corporation

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 26,317

 26,317

 

 

 

 

Sydney Harbour Federation Trust

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 2,465

 2,465

 

 

 

 

Australian Fisheries Management Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 25,453

 5,792

 31,245

 

 

 

 

Bureau of Meteorology

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 356,400

 ‑

 356,400

 

 

 

 

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 58,411

 ‑

 58,411

 

 

 

 

Total: Agriculture, Water and the Environment

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,535,111

 1,254,328

 2,789,439

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WATER

 

 

 

AND THE ENVIRONMENT

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Conserve, protect and sustainably manage

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Australia's biodiversity, ecosystems,

 281,400

 372,918

 654,318

environment and heritage through research,

 299,383

 346,120

 645,503

information management, supporting natural

 

 

 

resource management, establishing and

 

 

 

managing Commonwealth protected areas, and

 

 

 

reducing and regulating the use of pollutants and

 

 

 

hazardous substances, and coordination of

 

 

 

climate change adaptation strategy and climate

 

 

 

change science activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Advance Australia's strategic, scientific,

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

environmental and economic interests in the

 224,445

 ‑

 224,445

Antarctic region by protecting, administering and

 217,225

 ‑

 217,225

researching the region

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

More sustainable, productive, internationally

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

competitive and profitable Australian agricultural,

 157,703

 184,867

 342,570

food and fibre industries through policies and

 130,480

 149,292

 279,772

initiatives that promote better resource

 

 

 

management practices, innovation, self‑reliance

 

 

 

and improved access to international markets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 4 ‑

 

 

 

Safeguard Australia's animal and plant health

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

status to maintain overseas markets and protect

 387,420

 33,111

 420,531

the economy and environment from the impact

 350,899

 30,458

 381,357

of exotic pests and diseases, through risk

 

 

 

assessment, inspection and certification, and the

 

 

 

implementation of emergency response

 

 

 

arrangements for Australian agricultural, food

 

 

 

and fibre industries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 5 ‑

 

 

 

Improve the health of rivers and freshwater

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

ecosystems and water use efficiency through

 43,879

 479,856

 523,735

implementing water reforms, and ensuring

 39,340

 60,314

 99,654

enhanced sustainability, efficiency and

 

 

 

productivity in the management and use of water

 

 

 

resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Agriculture, Water and the

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Environment

 

 

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WATER

 

AND THE ENVIRONMENT FOR PAYMENT TO

 

AUSTRALIAN PESTICIDES AND

 

VETERINARY MEDICINES AUTHORITY

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Protection of the health and safety of people,

 ‑

animals, the environment, and agricultural and

 1,923

livestock industries through regulation of

 4,400

pesticides and veterinary medicines

 

 

 

Total: Australian Pesticides and Veterinary

 ‑

Medicines Authority

 

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WATER

 

AND THE ENVIRONMENT FOR PAYMENT TO

 

DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL PARKS

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Management of Commonwealth reserves as

 ‑

outstanding natural places that enhance

 66,309

Australia's well‑being through the protection and

 57,063

conservation of their natural and cultural values,

 

supporting the aspirations of Aboriginal and

 

Torres Strait Islander people in managing their

 

traditional land and sea country, and offering

 

world class natural and cultural visitor

 

experiences

 

 

 

Total: Director of National Parks

 ‑

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WATER

 

AND THE ENVIRONMENT FOR PAYMENT TO

 

MURRAY‑DARLING BASIN AUTHORITY

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Equitable and sustainable use of the Murray‑

 ‑

Darling Basin by governments and the

 80,770

community including through development and

 62,007

implementation of a Basin Plan, operation of the

 

River Murray system, shared natural resource

 

management programs, research, information

 

and advice

 

 

 

Total: Murray‑Darling Basin Authority

 ‑

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WATER

 

AND THE ENVIRONMENT FOR PAYMENT TO

 

REGIONAL INVESTMENT CORPORATION

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Encourage growth, investment and resilience in

 ‑

Australian farm businesses and rural and

 26,317

regional communities by delivering the

 45,762

Commonwealth's farm business concessional

 

loans

 

 

 

Total: Regional Investment Corporation

 ‑

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WATER

 

AND THE ENVIRONMENT FOR PAYMENT TO

 

SYDNEY HARBOUR FEDERATION TRUST

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Enhanced appreciation and understanding of the

 ‑

natural and cultural values of Sydney for all

 2,465

visitors, through the remediation, conservation

 20,584

and adaptive re‑use of, and access to, Trust

 

lands on Sydney Harbour

 

 

 

Total: Sydney Harbour Federation Trust

 ‑

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN FISHERIES MANAGEMENT

 

 

 

AUTHORITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Ecologically sustainable and economically

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

efficient Commonwealth fisheries, through

 25,453

 5,792

 31,245

understanding and monitoring Australia's marine

 20,430

 5,672

 26,102

living resources and regulating and monitoring

 

 

 

commercial fishing, including domestic licensing

 

 

 

and deterrence of illegal foreign fishing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Fisheries Management

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Authority

 

 

 

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Enabling a safe, prosperous, secure and healthy

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Australia through the provision of weather,

 356,400

 ‑

 356,400

water, climate and ocean services

 311,465

 ‑

 311,465

 

 

 

 

Total: Bureau of Meteorology

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

AGRICULTURE, WATER AND THE ENVIRONMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

GREAT BARRIER REEF MARINE PARK

 

 

 

AUTHORITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

The long‑term protection, ecologically

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

sustainable use, understanding and enjoyment

 58,411

 ‑

 58,411

of the Great Barrier Reef for all Australians and

 60,151

 ‑

 60,151

the international community, through the care

 

 

 

and development of the Marine Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Attorney‑General's Department

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 240,665

 492,970

 733,635

 

 

 

 

Payments to corporate entities:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Australian Human Rights Commission

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 20,000

 20,000

 

 

 

 

Comcare

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 5,846

 5,846

 

 

 

 

Administrative Appeals Tribunal

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 165,892

 ‑

 165,892

 

 

 

 

Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 4,794

 ‑

 4,794

 

 

 

 

Australian Building and Construction Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 34,744

 ‑

 34,744

 

 

 

 

Australian Commission for Law Enforcement

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Integrity

 24,713

 ‑

 24,713

 

 

 

 

Australian Financial Security Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 57,291

 ‑

 57,291

 

 

 

 

Australian Law Reform Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 2,640

 ‑

 2,640

 

 

 

 

Fair Work Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 84,563

 ‑

 84,563

 

 

 

 

Fair Work Ombudsman and Registered

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Organisations Commission Entity

 168,991

 ‑

 168,991

 

 

 

 

Federal Court of Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 311,163

 925

 312,088

 

 

 

 

High Court of Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 18,922

 ‑

 18,922

 

 

 

 

National Archives of Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 75,608

 ‑

 75,608

 

 

 

 

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 25,283

 ‑

 25,283

 

 

 

 

Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 41,758

 ‑

 41,758

 

 

 

 

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 94,825

 ‑

 94,825

 

 

 

 

Office of the Inspector‑General of Intelligence and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Security

 12,494

 ‑

 12,494

 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Office of Parliamentary Counsel

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 19,882

 ‑

 19,882

 

 

 

 

Safe Work Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 10,740

 ‑

 10,740

 

 

 

 

Total: Attorney‑General's

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,394,968

 519,741

 1,914,709

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

A just and secure society through the

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

maintenance and improvement of Australia's

 158,909

 467,138

 626,047

law, justice, security and integrity frameworks

 155,559

 400,866

 556,425

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Facilitate jobs growth through policies and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

programs that promote fair, productive and safe

 81,756

 25,832

 107,588

workplaces

 85,422

 26,887

 112,309

 

 

 

 

Total: Attorney‑General's Department

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT FOR

 

PAYMENT TO

 

AUSTRALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

An Australian society in which human rights are

 ‑

respected, protected and promoted through

 20,000

independent investigation and resolution of

 16,515

complaints, education and research to promote

 

and eliminate discrimination, and monitoring,

 

and reporting on human rights

 

 

 

Total: Australian Human Rights Commission

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT FOR

 

PAYMENT TO

 

COMCARE

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Promote and enable safe and healthy work

 ‑

 

 5,846

 

 5,870

 

 

Total: Comcare

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS TRIBUNAL

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Provide correct or preferable decisions through a

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

mechanism of independent review of

 165,892

 ‑

 165,892

administrative decisions that is accessible, fair,

 181,535

 ‑

 181,535

just, economical, informal, quick and

 

 

 

proportionate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Administrative Appeals Tribunal

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

ASBESTOS SAFETY AND ERADICATION

 

 

 

AGENCY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Assist in the prevention of exposure to asbestos

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

fibres and the elimination of asbestos‑related

 4,794

 ‑

 4,794

disease in Australia through implementing the

 3,377

 ‑

 3,377

National Strategic Plan for Asbestos Awareness

 

 

 

and Management in Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

 

 

 

COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Enforce workplace relations laws in the building

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

and construction industry and ensure

 34,744

 ‑

 34,744

compliance with those laws by all participants in

 34,231

 ‑

 34,231

the building and construction industry through

 

 

 

the provision of education, assistance and

 

 

 

advice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Building and Construction

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Commission

 

 

 

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN COMMISSION FOR LAW

 

 

 

ENFORCEMENT INTEGRITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Independent assurance to the Australian

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Government that Commonwealth law

 24,713

 ‑

 24,713

enforcement agencies and their staff act with

 20,175

 ‑

 20,175

integrity by detecting, investigating and

 

 

 

preventing corruption

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Commission for Law

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Enforcement Integrity

 

 

 

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL SECURITY

 

 

 

AUTHORITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Maintain confidence in Australia's personal

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

insolvency and personal property securities

 57,291

 ‑

 57,291

systems by delivering fair, efficient and effective

 57,291

 ‑

 57,291

regulatory, trustee, registry and information

 

 

 

services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Financial Security Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN LAW REFORM COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Informed government decisions about the

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

development, reform and harmonisation of

 2,640

 ‑

 2,640

Australian laws and related processes through

 2,636

 ‑

 2,636

research, analysis, reports and community

 

 

 

consultation and education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Law Reform Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

FAIR WORK COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Simple, fair and flexible workplace relations for

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

employees and employers through the exercise

 84,563

 ‑

 84,563

of powers to set and vary minimum wages and

 82,735

 ‑

 82,735

modern awards, facilitate collective bargaining,

 

 

 

approve agreements and deal with disputes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Fair Work Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

FAIR WORK OMBUDSMAN AND REGISTERED

 

 

 

ORGANISATIONS COMMISSION ENTITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Compliance with workplace relations legislation

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

by employees and employers through advice,

 161,761

 ‑

 161,761

education and where necessary enforcement

 150,438

 ‑

 150,438

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Effective governance and financial transparency

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

of registered employee and employer

 7,230

 ‑

 7,230

organisations, through regulation, investigation

 5,306

 ‑

 5,306

and appropriate enforcement action

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Fair Work Ombudsman and Registered

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Organisations Commission Entity

 

 

 

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Apply and uphold the rule of law for litigants in

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

the Federal Court of Australia and parties in the

 64,202

 ‑

 64,202

National Native Title Tribunal through the

 63,381

 ‑

 63,381

resolution of matters according to law and

 

 

 

through the effective management of the

 

 

 

administrative affairs of the Court and Tribunal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Apply and uphold the rule of law for litigants in

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

the Family Court of Australia through the

 40,527

 ‑

 40,527

resolution of family law matters according to law,

 33,313

 ‑

 33,313

particularly more complex family law matters,

 

 

 

and through the effective management of the

 

 

 

administrative affairs of the Court

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

Apply and uphold the rule of law for litigants in

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

the Federal Circuit Court of Australia through

 85,236

 925

 86,161

more informal and streamlined resolution of

 76,376

 885

 77,261

family law and general federal law matters

 

 

 

according to law, through the encouragement of

 

 

 

appropriate dispute resolution processes and

 

 

 

through the effective management of the

 

 

 

administrative affairs of the Court

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 4 ‑

 

 

 

Improved administration and support of the

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

resolution of matters according to law for litigants

 121,198

 ‑

 121,198

in the Federal Court of Australia, the Family

 114,824

 ‑

 114,824

Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court

 

 

 

of Australia, and parties in the National Native

 

 

 

Title Tribunal, through efficient and effective

 

 

 

provision of shared corporate and registry

 

 

 

services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Federal Court of Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

To interpret and uphold the Australian

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Constitution and perform the functions of the

 18,922

 ‑

 18,922

ultimate appellate Court in Australia

 18,655

 ‑

 18,655

 

 

 

 

Total: High Court of Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

To promote the creation, management and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

preservation of authentic, reliable and usable

 75,608

 ‑

 75,608

Commonwealth records and to facilitate

 75,363

 ‑

 75,363

Australians' access to the archival resources of

 

 

 

the Commonwealth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: National Archives of Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

OFFICE OF THE AUSTRALIAN INFORMATION

 

 

 

COMMISSIONER

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Provision of public access to Commonwealth

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Government information, protection of

 25,283

 ‑

 25,283

individuals' personal information, and

 20,948

 ‑

 20,948

performance of information commissioner,

 

 

 

freedom of information and privacy functions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Office of the Australian Information

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Commissioner

 

 

 

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH

 

 

 

OMBUDSMAN

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Fair and accountable administrative action by

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Australian Government entities and prescribed

 41,758

 ‑

 41,758

private sector organisations, by investigating

 40,891

 ‑

 40,891

complaints, reviewing administrative action and

 

 

 

statutory compliance inspections and reporting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Office of the Commonwealth

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Ombudsman

 

 

 

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC

 

 

 

PROSECUTIONS

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Contribute to a fair, safe and just society by

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

delivering an effective, independent prosecution

 94,825

 ‑

 94,825

service in accordance with the Prosecution

 92,145

 ‑

 92,145

Policy of the Commonwealth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Office of the Director of Public

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Prosecutions

 

 

 

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR‑GENERAL OF

 

 

 

INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Independent assurance for the Prime Minister,

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

senior ministers and Parliament as to whether

 12,494

 ‑

 12,494

Australia's intelligence and security agencies act

 12,909

 ‑

 12,909

legally and with propriety by inspecting, inquiring

 

 

 

into and reporting on their activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Office of the Inspector‑General of

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Intelligence and Security

 

 

 

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

OFFICE OF PARLIAMENTARY COUNSEL

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

A body of Commonwealth laws and instruments

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

that give effect to intended policy, and that are

 19,882

 ‑

 19,882

coherent, readable and readily accessible,

 18,187

 ‑

 18,187

through the drafting and publication of those

 

 

 

laws and instruments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Office of Parliamentary Counsel

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

ATTORNEY‑GENERAL'S PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

SAFE WORK AUSTRALIA

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Healthier, safer and more productive workplaces

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

through improvements to Australian work health

 10,740

 ‑

 10,740

and safety and workers' compensation

 10,533

 ‑

 10,533

arrangements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Safe Work Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

DEFENCE PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Department of Defence

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 30,812,679

 ‑

 30,812,679

 

 

 

 

Australian Signals Directorate

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 932,888

 ‑

 932,888

 

 

 

 

Department of Veterans' Affairs

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 415,305

 132,915

 548,220

 

 

 

 

Payments to corporate entities:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Australian War Memorial

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 46,093

 46,093

 

 

 

 

Total: Defence

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 32,160,872

 179,008

 32,339,880

 


 

DEFENCE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Defend Australia and its national interests

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

through the conduct of operations and provision

 213,844

 ‑

 213,844

of support for the Australian community and

 691,420

 ‑

 691,420

civilian authorities in accordance with

 

 

 

Government direction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Protect and advance Australia's strategic

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

interests through the provision of strategic policy,

 30,598,835

 ‑

 30,598,835

the development, delivery and sustainment of

 29,467,025

 ‑

 29,467,025

military, intelligence and enabling capabilities,

 

 

 

and the promotion of regional and global security

 

 

 

and stability as directed by Government

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Defence

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

DEFENCE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN SIGNALS DIRECTORATE

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Defend Australia from global threats and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

advance our national interests through the

 932,888

 ‑

 932,888

provision of foreign signals intelligence, cyber

 835,703

 ‑

 835,703

security and offensive cyber operations, as

 

 

 

directed by Government

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Signals Directorate

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

DEFENCE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Maintain and enhance the financial wellbeing

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

and self‑sufficiency of eligible persons and their

 251,156

 59,326

 310,482

dependants through access to income support,

 238,922

 60,296

 299,218

compensation, and other support services,

 

 

 

including advice and information about

 

 

 

entitlements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Maintain and enhance the physical wellbeing

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

and quality of life of eligible persons and their

 147,043

 24,842

 171,885

dependants through health and other care

 136,348

 15,497

 151,845

services that promote early intervention,

 

 

 

prevention and treatment, including advice and

 

 

 

information about health service entitlements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

Acknowledgement and commemoration of those

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

who served Australia and its allies in wars,

 17,106

 48,747

 65,853

conflicts and peace operations through

 22,725

 37,772

 60,497

promoting recognition of service and sacrifice,

 

 

 

preservation of Australia's wartime heritage, and

 

 

 

official commemorations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Veterans' Affairs

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

DEFENCE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS FOR

 

PAYMENT TO

 

AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Australians remembering, interpreting and

 ‑

understanding the Australian experience of war

 46,093

and its enduring impact through maintaining and

 44,241

developing the national memorial, its collection

 

and exhibition of historical material,

 

commemorative ceremonies and research

 

 

 

Total: Australian War Memorial

 ‑

 


 

EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Department of Education, Skills and Employment

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 939,972

 6,713,078

 7,653,050

 

 

 

 

Australian Research Council

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 22,561

 5,896

 28,457

 

 

 

 

Australian Skills Quality Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 43,111

 ‑

 43,111

 

 

 

 

Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 22,153

 ‑

 22,153

 

 

 

 

Total: Education, Skills and Employment

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,027,797

 6,718,974

 7,746,771

 


 

EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, SKILLS AND

 

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Improved early learning, schooling, student

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

educational outcomes and transitions to and

 170,496

 460,237

 630,733

from school through access to quality child care,

 180,028

 392,846

 572,874

support, parent engagement, quality teaching

 

 

 

and learning environments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Promote growth in economic productivity and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

social wellbeing through access to quality higher

 125,133

 344,861

 469,994

education, international education, and

 138,313

 317,924

 456,237

international quality research

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

Promote growth in economic productivity and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

social wellbeing through access to quality skills

 184,535

 3,462,754

 3,647,289

and training

 172,920

 3,774,340

 3,947,260

 

 

 

 

Outcome 4 ‑

 

 

 

Foster a productive and competitive labour

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

market through policies and programs that assist

 459,808

 2,445,226

 2,905,034

job seekers into work and meet employer needs

 435,936

 2,287,052

 2,722,988

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Education, Skills and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Employment

 

 

 

 


 

EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH COUNCIL

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Growth of knowledge and innovation through

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

managing research funding schemes, measuring

 22,561

 5,896

 28,457

research excellence and providing advice

 22,543

 8,669

 31,212

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Research Council

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN SKILLS QUALITY AUTHORITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Through our regulation and partnership with

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

stakeholders, ensure quality vocational

 43,111

 ‑

 43,111

education and training so that students,

 41,801

 ‑

 41,801

employers, the community and governments

 

 

 

have confidence in the integrity of national

 

 

 

qualifications issued by training providers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Skills Quality Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

TERTIARY EDUCATION QUALITY AND

 

 

 

STANDARDS AGENCY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Contribute to a high quality higher education

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

sector through streamlined and nationally

 22,153

 ‑

 22,153

consistent higher education regulatory

 22,056

 ‑

 22,056

arrangements; registration of higher education

 

 

 

providers; accreditation of higher education

 

 

 

courses; and investigation, quality assurance

 

 

 

and dissemination of higher education standards

 

 

 

and performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Tertiary Education Quality and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Standards Agency

 

 

 

 


 

FINANCE PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Department of Finance

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 270,228

 351,932

 622,160

 

 

 

 

Australian Electoral Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 387,796

 ‑

 387,796

 

 

 

 

Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 8,741

 39,157

 47,898

 

 

 

 

Total: Finance

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 666,765

 391,089

 1,057,854

 


 

FINANCE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Support sustainable Australian Government

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

finances through providing high quality policy

 83,469

 ‑

 83,469

advice and operational support to the

 80,116

 ‑

 80,116

government and Commonwealth entities to

 

 

 

maintain effective and efficient use of public

 

 

 

resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Support an efficient and high‑performing public

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

sector through providing leadership to

 169,295

 11,527

 180,822

Commonwealth entities in ongoing

 612,230

 11,372

 623,602

improvements to public sector governance,

 

 

 

including through systems, frameworks, policy,

 

 

 

advice and service delivery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

Support for Parliamentarians and others as

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

required by the Australian Government through

 17,464

 340,405

 357,869

the delivery of, and advice on, work expenses

 23,936

 294,257

 318,193

and allowances, entitlements and targeted

 

 

 

programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Finance

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

FINANCE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN ELECTORAL COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Maintain an impartial and independent electoral

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

system for eligible voters through active electoral

 387,796

 ‑

 387,796

roll management, efficient delivery of polling

 222,681

 ‑

 222,681

services, and targeted education and public

 

 

 

awareness programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Electoral Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

FINANCE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

INDEPENDENT PARLIAMENTARY EXPENSES

 

 

 

AUTHORITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Support for current and former Parliamentarians

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

and others as required by the Australian

 8,741

 39,157

 47,898

Government through the delivery of,

 8,746

 38,767

 47,513

independent oversight and advice on, work

 

 

 

resources and travel resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Independent Parliamentary Expenses

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Authority

 

 

 

 


 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,811,662

 4,091,569

 5,903,231

 

 

 

 

Payments to corporate entities:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tourism Australia

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 135,347

 135,347

 

 

 

 

Australian Centre for International Agricultural

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Research

 9,608

 91,191

 100,799

 

 

 

 

Australian Secret Intelligence Service

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 353,925

 ‑

 353,925

 

 

 

 

Australian Trade and Investment Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 260,047

 376,088

 636,135

 

 

 

 

Total: Foreign Affairs and Trade

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 2,435,242

 4,694,195

 7,129,437

 


 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND

 

 

 

TRADE

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

The advancement of Australia's international

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

strategic, security and economic interests

 1,179,450

 4,037,819

 5,217,269

including through bilateral, regional and

 977,634

 4,283,560

 5,261,194

multilateral engagement on Australian

 

 

 

Government foreign, trade and international

 

 

 

development policy priorities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

The protection and welfare of Australians abroad

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

and access to secure international travel

 407,020

 53,750

 460,770

documentation through timely and responsive

 413,702

 75,750

 489,452

travel advice and consular and passport services

 

 

 

in Australia and overseas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

A secure Australian Government presence

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

overseas through the provision of security

 225,192

 ‑

 225,192

services and information and communications

 259,975

 ‑

 259,975

technology infrastructure, and the management

 

 

 

of the Commonwealth's overseas property

 

 

 

estate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND

 

TRADE FOR PAYMENT TO

 

TOURISM AUSTRALIA

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Grow demand and foster a competitive and

 ‑

sustainable Australian tourism industry through

 135,347

partnership marketing to targeted global

 139,445

consumers in key markets

 

 

 

Total: Tourism Australia

 ‑

 


 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL

 

 

 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

To achieve more productive and sustainable

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

agricultural systems for the benefit of developing

 9,608

 91,191

 100,799

countries and Australia through international

 9,597

 87,346

 96,943

agricultural research and training partnerships

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Centre for International

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Agricultural Research

 

 

 

 


 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN SECRET INTELLIGENCE

 

 

 

SERVICE

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Enhanced understanding for the Government of

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

the overseas environment affecting Australia's

 353,925

 ‑

 353,925

interests through the provision of covert

 324,406

 ‑

 324,406

intelligence services about the capabilities,

 

 

 

intentions or activities of people or organisations

 

 

 

outside Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Secret Intelligence Service

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN TRADE AND INVESTMENT

 

 

 

COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Contribute to Australia's economic prosperity by

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

promoting Australia's export and other

 249,805

 376,088

 625,893

international economic interests through the

 238,319

 1,030,213

 1,268,532

provision of information, advice and services to

 

 

 

business, associations, institutions and

 

 

 

government

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

The protection and welfare of Australians abroad

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

through timely and responsive consular and

 10,242

 ‑

 10,242

passport services in specific locations overseas

 9,215

 ‑

 9,215

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Trade and Investment

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Commission

 

 

 

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Department of Health

 ‑

 935,671

 935,671

 

 956,256

 15,205,526

 16,161,782

 

 

 

 

Payments to corporate entities:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Australian Digital Health Agency

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 218,945

 218,945

 

 

 

 

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 33,959

 33,959

 

 

 

 

Australian Sports Commission

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 323,208

 323,208

 

 

 

 

Food Standards Australia New Zealand

 

 ‑

 ‑

 

 

 17,498

 17,498

 

 

 

 

Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 184,494

 ‑

 184,494

 

 

 

 

Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Transplantation Authority

 6,015

 45,028

 51,043

 

 

 

 

Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Agency

 15,892

 ‑

 15,892

 

 

 

 

Cancer Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 12,019

 20,451

 32,470

 

 

 

 

National Blood Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 6,158

 343

 6,501

 

 

 

 

National Health Funding Body

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 7,488

 ‑

 7,488

 

 

 

 

National Health and Medical Research Council

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 37,054

 878,460

 915,514

 

 

 

 

National Mental Health Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 15,549

 5,398

 20,947

 

 

 

 

Professional Services Review

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 12,212

 ‑

 12,212

 

 

 

 

Sport Integrity Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 32,544

 4,397

 36,941

 

 

 

 

Total: Health

 ‑

 935,671

 935,671

 

 1,285,681

 16,753,213

 18,038,894

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Better equip Australia to meet current and future

 ‑

 773,261

 773,261

health needs of all Australians through the

 490,284

 9,299,293

 9,789,577

delivery of evidence‑based health policies;

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

improved access to comprehensive and

 

 

 

coordinated health care; ensuring sustainable

 

 

 

funding for health services, research and

 

 

 

technologies; and protecting the health and

 

 

 

safety of the Australian community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Ensuring improved access for all Australians to

 ‑

 51,708

 51,708

cost‑effective and affordable medicines, medical,

 197,665

 1,445,830

 1,643,495

dental and hearing services; improved choice in

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

healthcare services, through guaranteeing

 

 

 

Medicare and the Pharmaceutical Benefits

 

 

 

Scheme; supporting targeted assistance

 

 

 

strategies and private health insurance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

Improved wellbeing for senior Australians

 ‑

 110,702

 110,702

through targeted support, access to appropriate,

 254,877

 4,354,692

 4,609,569

high quality care, and related information

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 4 ‑

 

 

 

Improved opportunities for community

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

participation in sport and recreation, excellence

 13,430

 105,711

 119,141

in high‑performance athletes, and protecting the

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

integrity of sport through investment in sport

 

 

 

infrastructure, coordination of Commonwealth

 

 

 

involvement in major sporting events, and

 

 

 

research and international cooperation on sport

 

 

 

issues

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Health

 ‑

 935,671

 935,671

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR PAYMENT TO

 

AUSTRALIAN DIGITAL HEALTH AGENCY

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

To deliver national digital healthcare systems to

 ‑

enable and support improvement in health

 218,945

outcomes for Australians

 195,392

 

 

Total: Australian Digital Health Agency

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR PAYMENT TO

 

AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF HEALTH AND

 

WELFARE

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

A robust evidence‑base for the health, housing

 ‑

and community sectors, including through

 33,959

developing and disseminating comparable health

 32,178

and welfare information and statistics

 

 

 

Total: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR PAYMENT TO

 

AUSTRALIAN SPORTS COMMISSION

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

Increased participation in organised sport and

 ‑

continued international sporting success

 323,208

including through leadership and development of

 322,404

a cohesive and effective sports sector, provision

 

of targeted financial support, and the operation

 

of the Australian Institute of Sport

 

 

 

Total: Australian Sports Commission

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Administered

 

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR PAYMENT TO

 

FOOD STANDARDS AUSTRALIA NEW

 

ZEALAND

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

A safe food supply and well‑informed consumers

 ‑

in Australia and New Zealand, including through

 17,498

the development of food regulatory measures

 16,964

and the promotion of their consistent

 

implementation, coordination of food recall

 

activities and the monitoring of consumer and

 

industry food practices

 

 

 

Total: Food Standards Australia New Zealand

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AGED CARE QUALITY AND SAFETY

 

 

 

COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Protect and enhance the safety, health,

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

wellbeing and quality of life of aged care

 184,494

 ‑

 184,494

consumers, including through effective

 116,253

 ‑

 116,253

engagement with them, regulation and education

 

 

 

of Commonwealth‑funded aged care service

 

 

 

providers and resolution of aged care complaints

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Aged Care Quality and Safety

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Commission

 

 

 

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN ORGAN AND TISSUE DONATION

 

 

 

AND TRANSPLANTATION AUTHORITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Improved access to organ and tissue

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

transplants, including through a nationally

 6,015

 45,028

 51,043

coordinated and consistent approach and

 5,538

 45,041

 50,579

system

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Organ and Tissue Donation

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

and Transplantation Authority

 

 

 

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN RADIATION PROTECTION AND

 

 

 

NUCLEAR SAFETY AGENCY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Protection of people and the environment

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

through radiation protection and nuclear safety

 15,892

 ‑

 15,892

research, policy, advice, codes, standards,

 15,904

 ‑

 15,904

services and regulation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Australian Radiation Protection and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Nuclear Safety Agency

 

 

 

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

CANCER AUSTRALIA

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Minimised impacts of cancer, including through

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

national leadership in cancer control with

 12,019

 20,451

 32,470

targeted research and clinical trials; evidence

 11,218

 18,363

 29,581

informed clinical practice; strengthened national

 

 

 

data capacity; community and consumer

 

 

 

information and support

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Cancer Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

NATIONAL BLOOD AUTHORITY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Access to a secure supply of safe and affordable

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

blood products, including through national supply

 6,158

 343

 6,501

arrangements and coordination of best practice

 6,155

 1,978

 8,133

standards within agreed funding policies under

 

 

 

the national blood arrangements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: National Blood Authority

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

NATIONAL HEALTH FUNDING BODY

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Improve transparency of public hospital funding

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

in Australia by supporting the obligations and

 7,488

 ‑

 7,488

responsibilities of the Administrator of the

 6,704

 ‑

 6,704

National Health Funding Pool through best

 

 

 

practice administration of public hospital funding

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: National Health Funding Body

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

NATIONAL HEALTH AND MEDICAL

 

 

 

RESEARCH COUNCIL

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Improved health and medical knowledge,

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

including through funding research, translating

 37,054

 878,460

 915,514

research findings into evidence‑based clinical

 36,774

 868,378

 905,152

practice, administering legislation governing

 

 

 

research, issuing guidelines and advice for

 

 

 

ethics in health and the promotion of public

 

 

 

health

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: National Health and Medical Research

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Council

 

 

 

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Provide expert advice to the Australian

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Government and cross‑sectoral leadership on

 15,549

 5,398

 20,947

the policy, programs, services and systems that

 8,306

 4,906

 13,212

support mental health in Australia, including

 

 

 

through administering the Annual National

 

 

 

Report Card on Mental Health and Suicide

 

 

 

Prevention, undertaking performance monitoring

 

 

 

and reporting, and engaging consumers and

 

 

 

carers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: National Mental Health Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES REVIEW

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

A reduction of the risks to patients and costs to

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

the Australian Government of inappropriate

 12,212

 ‑

 12,212

practice, including through investigating health

 9,521

 ‑

 9,521

services claimed under the Medicare and

 

 

 

Pharmaceutical benefits schemes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Professional Services Review

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

HEALTH PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

SPORT INTEGRITY AUSTRALIA

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Protection of the integrity of Australian sport and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

the health and welfare of those who participate

 32,544

 4,397

 36,941

in sport through the coordination of a national

 28,963

 4,387

 33,350

approach to all sports integrity matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Sport Integrity Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

HOME AFFAIRS PORTFOLIO

SUMMARY

Summary of Appropriations (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

 

Entity

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

 

 

 

 

Department of Home Affairs

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 2,892,246

 2,269,921

 5,162,167

 

 

 

 

Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 130,063

 ‑

 130,063

 

 

 

 

Australian Federal Police

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 1,298,038

 6,512

 1,304,550

 

 

 

 

Australian Institute of Criminology

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 5,052

 ‑

 5,052

 

 

 

 

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 519,881

 ‑

 519,881

 

 

 

 

Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

Centre

 91,949

 ‑

 91,949

 

 

 

 

Office of the Special Investigator

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 44,763

 ‑

 44,763

 

 

 

 

Total: Home Affairs

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 

 4,981,992

 2,276,433

 7,258,425

 


 

HOME AFFAIRS PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

Protect Australia from national security and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

criminal threats through effective national

 266,997

 148,341

 415,338

coordination, policy and strategy development,

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

emergency management, and regional

 

 

 

cooperation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 2 ‑

 

 

 

Support a prosperous and united Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

through effective coordination and delivery of

 895,137

 1,260,592

 2,155,729

immigration and social cohesion policies and

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outcome 3 ‑

 

 

 

Advance a prosperous and secure Australia

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

through trade and travel facilitation and

 1,730,112

 860,988

 2,591,100

modernisation, and effective customs,

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

immigration, maritime and enforcement activities

 

 

 

across the border continuum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total: Department of Home Affairs

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

 


 

HOME AFFAIRS PORTFOLIO

Additional Appropriation (bold figures)—2021‑2022

Budget Appropriation (italic figures)—2021‑2022

Actual Available Appropriation (light figures)—2020‑2021

 

 

Departmental

Administered

Total

 

$'000

$'000

$'000

AUSTRALIAN CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE

 

 

 

COMMISSION

 

 

 

Outcome 1 ‑

 

 

 

To protect Australia from criminal threats through

 ‑

 ‑

 ‑

coordinating a strategic response and the

 130,063

 ‑

 130,063

collection, assessment and dissemination of

 98,385

 ‑

 98,385

intelligence and policing information