Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Bill

Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Bill

Government Bill

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Explanatory note

General policy statement

Appropriation is the statutory mechanism by which Parliament authorises the Government to incur expenses and capital expenditure. Other than permanent appropriations provided for in other legislation, appropriations are provided by Appropriation (Estimates) and Appropriation (Supplementary Estimates) Bills.

This Bill seeks parliamentary authorisation of the individual appropriations, and changes to individual appropriations, contained in The Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2020 (B.7) (the Supplementary Estimates) presented to the House of Representatives on 14 May 2020.

In this Bill, the individual appropriations and changes are set out in summarised form in Schedules 1 and 2. The provisions of the Bill ensure that the scope of each appropriation as set out in the Supplementary Estimates forms part of the legal appropriation. The Public Finance Act 1989 requires separate appropriations for—

  • each category of output expenses; and

  • each category of benefits or related expenses; and

  • each category of borrowing expenses; and

  • each category of other expenses; and

  • each category of capital expenditure; and

  • the expenses and capital expenditure to be incurred by each intelligence and security department; and

  • each multi-category appropriation.

Section 6 of the Public Finance Act 1989 provides ongoing authority for public money to be spent for the purpose of meeting expenses or capital expenditure incurred in accordance with an appropriation, the payment of goods and services tax in respect of those expenses or that capital expenditure, the repayment of debt, and the settlement of liabilities.

This Bill also seeks parliamentary authorisation for the capital injections, and changes to capital injections, contained in the Supplementary Estimates. Section 12A of the Public Finance Act 1989 provides that the Crown must not make a capital injection to a department (other than an intelligence and security department) or an Office of Parliament unless the capital injection is authorised under an Appropriation Act. By requiring capital injections to be authorised, Parliament retains control over the level of net assets that departments and Offices of Parliament may hold.

Departmental disclosure statement

A departmental disclosure statement is not required for this Bill.

Clause by clause analysis

Clause 1 is the Title clause.

Clause 2 is the commencement clause. The Bill comes into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent.

Clause 3 provides that the Bill (except clause 7 and Schedule 2) applies to the 2019/20 financial year.

Clause 4 is an overview clause.

Clause 5 is an interpretation provision.

Clauses 6 and 7 are the principal appropriation clauses of the Bill.

Clause 6 authorises, for the 2019/20 financial year, the new appropriations, and the variations to appropriations, set out in Schedule 1. The variations to appropriations increase or decrease existing appropriations authorised by the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019.

Clause 7 and Schedule 2 relate to multi-year appropriations. Section 10 of the Public Finance Act 1989 provides that an Appropriation Act may authorise expenses or capital expenditure to be incurred for more than 1 financial year as long as the authority (which lapses at the end of the period specified in the Appropriation Act) does not apply for more than 5 financial years. New multi-year appropriations, and variations to multi-year appropriations, are authorised by clause 7 and set out in Schedule 2. The variations to multi-year appropriations increase or decrease existing multi-year appropriations authorised by any Appropriation Act passed in relation to a financial year to which the appropriations apply.

Clause 7(2) to (6) extends the period of 5 multi-year appropriations.

Clause 7(11) to (15) revokes the authority for 5 multi-year appropriations.

Section 9 of the Public Finance Act 1989 concerns the scope of appropriations. Clauses 6 and 7, when read together with the definition of “scope shown in the Supplementary Estimates” in clause 5(1), each describe where the scope of each appropriation varied or authorised under those clauses is set out, making the scope of each appropriation (as set out in the Supplementary Estimates) part of the legal appropriation.

Clause 8 authorises, for the 2019/20 financial year, the new capital injections, and the variations to capital injections, set out in Schedule 3. The variations to capital injections increase or decrease existing capital injections authorised by the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019.

1 Title

This Act is the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020.

2 Commencement

This Act comes into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent.

3 Application

(1)

Section 7 and Schedule 2 apply to the periods set out in Schedule 2.

(2)

The rest of this Act applies to the 2019/20 financial year.

4 Overview

This Act meets the requirements of the Public Finance Act 1989 for parliamentary control over expenditure by the Crown and Offices of Parliament as follows:

(a)

section 6 and Schedule 1 make or vary appropriations that authorise the Crown and Offices of Parliament to incur expenses and capital expenditure during the 2019/20 financial year (see section 4(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989); and

(b)

section 7 and Schedule 2 make or vary appropriations that authorise the Crown to incur expenses and capital expenditure during more than 1 financial year (see section 10 of the Public Finance Act 1989); and

(c)

section 8 and Schedule 3 authorise, or vary existing authorisations for, the Crown to make capital injections to specified departments during the 2019/20 financial year (see section 12A of the Public Finance Act 1989).

5 Interpretation

(1)

In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,—

2019/20 financial year means the financial year ending with 30 June 2020

scope shown in the Supplementary Estimates means the scope as set out in the Details of Appropriations and Capital Injections for the relevant Vote in the Supplementary Estimates as follows:

(a)

in the case of an appropriation under section 6,—

(i)

in the table headed “Annual Appropriations and Forecast Permanent Appropriations”; and

(ii)

in the column headed “Titles and Scopes of Appropriations by Appropriation Type”; and

(iii)

in the statement directly under the title of the appropriation or, in the case of a multi-category appropriation, directly under the name of each of the individual categories that are included in the appropriation; and

(b)

in the case of an appropriation under section 7 (other than a multi-category appropriation),—

(i)

in the table headed “Multi-Year Appropriations”; and

(ii)

in the column headed “Type, Title, Scope and Period of Appropriations”; and

(iii)

in the statement directly under the title of the appropriation; and

(c)

in the case of an appropriation under section 7 that is a multi-category appropriation,—

(i)

in the table headed “Multi-Year Multi-Category Appropriations”; and

(ii)

in the column headed “Title, Overarching Purpose and Period of Appropriations and Type and Scope of Categories”; and

(iii)

in the statement directly under the name of each of the individual categories that are included in the appropriation

Supplementary Estimates means The Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2020 (B.7).

(2)

Terms or expressions used and not defined in this Act but defined in the Public Finance Act 1989 have, in this Act, the same meanings as in the Public Finance Act 1989.

6 Appropriations for 2019/20 financial year
Existing appropriations varied

(1)

If an appropriation specified in column 3 of Schedule 1 is authorised by the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, the appropriation is varied by the amount specified in column 4 of Schedule 1 alongside the appropriation as follows:

(a)

if the amount is in brackets, the appropriation is decreased by that amount; and

(b)

if the amount is not in brackets, the appropriation is increased by that amount.

New appropriations authorised

(2)

Each amount specified in column 4 of Schedule 1 that does not vary an appropriation to which subsection (1) applies is appropriated for the purpose of authorising the Crown or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses, capital expenditure, or expenses and capital expenditure (as applicable) against the appropriation specified in column 3 of Schedule 1 alongside the amount.

Other matters concerning appropriations

(3)

Subsections (1) and (2) apply only to the extent that the appropriation varied or authorised is of a type set out in section 7A(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989.

(4)

The scope of each appropriation varied or authorised by this section is the scope shown in the Supplementary Estimates for the appropriation.

(5)

Each appropriation varied or authorised by this section includes any expenses and capital expenditure that have been incurred—

(a)

under any Imprest Supply Act relating to the 2019/20 financial year; and

(b)

in advance, but within the scope, of the appropriation.

7 Appropriations applying for more than 1 financial year
Existing multi-year appropriations varied

(1)

If an appropriation specified in column 3 of Schedule 2 is authorised by an Appropriation Act (as specified in column 6 of Schedule 2), the appropriation is varied by the amount specified in column 5 of Schedule 2 alongside the appropriation as follows:

(a)

if the amount is in brackets, the appropriation is decreased by that amount; and

(b)

if the amount is not in brackets, the appropriation is increased by that amount.

(2)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019 for Vote Housing and Urban Development for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Housing Infrastructure Fund - Fair Value Write Down” is varied so that it is the period from 1 October 2018 to 30 June 2021 (inclusive) (and the amount of that appropriation is varied by subsection (1)).

(3)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017 for Vote Māori Development for the category of non-departmental output expenses “He Huarahi Ki Te Whare (Home Ownership Pathways)” is varied so that it is the period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2021 (inclusive).

(4)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2018 for Vote Pike River Re-entry for the category of non-departmental output expenses “Independent Advice on Pike River Recovery” is varied so that it is the period from 31 January 2018 to 31 December 2020 (inclusive).

(5)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017 for Vote Revenue for the category of departmental other expenses “Transformation” is varied so that it is the period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive) (and the amount of that appropriation is varied by subsection (1)).

(6)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019 for Vote Transport for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Housing Infrastructure Fund - Fair Value Write Down” is varied so that it is the period from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2021 (inclusive).

New multi-year appropriations authorised

(7)

Each amount specified in column 5 of Schedule 2 that does not vary an appropriation to which subsection (1) applies is appropriated for the purpose of authorising the Crown to incur expenses, capital expenditure, or expenses and capital expenditure (as applicable) against the appropriation specified in column 3 of Schedule 2 alongside the amount.

Other matters concerning multi-year appropriations

(8)

Subsections (1) and (7) apply only to the extent that the appropriation varied or authorised is of a type set out in section 7A(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989.

(9)

The scope of each appropriation varied or authorised by this section is the scope shown in the Supplementary Estimates for the appropriation.

(10)

Each appropriation varied or authorised by this section—

(a)

is limited to the period specified in column 4 of Schedule 2 alongside the appropriation; and

(b)

includes any expenses and capital expenditure that have been incurred—

(i)

under any Imprest Supply Act relating to the 2019/20 financial year; and

(ii)

in advance, but within the scope, of the appropriation.

Existing multi-year appropriations revoked

(11)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017 for Vote Primary Industries and Food Safety for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Primary Growth Partnership” (now in Vote Agriculture, Biosecurity, Fisheries and Food Safety), as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2020.

(12)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019 for Vote Business, Science and Innovation for the category of non-departmental output expenses “Research, Science and Innovation: Antarctica Science Platform”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2020.

(13)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017 for Vote Business, Science and Innovation for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Communications: Telecommunications Development Levy Funded Procurement - Telecommunications Infrastructure Investment”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2020.

(14)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019 for Vote Housing and Urban Development for the category of non-departmental capital expenditure “Vacant or Underutilised Crown Land Programme”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2020.

(15)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019 for Vote Treaty Negotiations for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Historical Treaty of Waitangi Settlements 2019 - 2023” is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2020.

8 Capital injections authorised for 2019/20 financial year
Limits of existing authorisations varied

(1)

If the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019 authorises capital injections to a department specified in column 1 of Schedule 3, the limit of those capital injections is varied by the amount specified in column 3 of Schedule 3 alongside the department as follows:

(a)

if the amount is in brackets, the limit is decreased by that amount; and

(b)

if the amount is not in brackets, the limit is increased by that amount.

New capital injections authorised

(2)

The Crown is authorised to make capital injections during the 2019/20 financial year to each department specified in column 1 of Schedule 3 to which subsection (1) does not apply.

(3)

The capital injections authorised by subsection (2) to a department are limited to the amount specified in column 3 of Schedule 3 alongside the department .

Capital injections made in advance under Imprest Supply Act included in authorisation

(4)

Each authorisation varied or given by this section includes any capital injection that has been made—

(a)

under any Imprest Supply Act relating to the 2019/20 financial year; and

(b)

in advance of the authorisation.

Schedule 1 Appropriations for 2019/20 financial year

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Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
VotePage reference in Supplementary Estimates
(B.7)
AppropriationAmount
$(000)
Agriculture, Biosecurity, Fisheries and Food Safety2Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Fisheries: Aquaculture Settlements(12,801)
Subscriptions to International Organisations130
2Multi-Category
Agriculture: Programmes Supporting Sustainability(938)
Biosecurity: Border and Domestic Biosecurity Risk Management151,466
Development and Implementation of Primary Industries Policy Advice11,004
Fisheries: Managing the Resource Sustainably1,832
Food Safety: Protecting Consumers1,764
Arts, Culture and Heritage38Departmental Output Expenses
First World War Centenary200
Heritage Services4,484
38Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Management of Historic Places125
Performing Arts Services1,500
Protection of Taonga Tūturu(195)
Public Broadcasting Services500
39Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Commonwealth War Graves(400)
Development and Maintenance of War Graves, Historic Graves and Monuments275
Treaty of Waitangi Commemorations116
39Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Acquisition and Repurposing of Heritage Property4,550
Capital Injection to the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra1,800
National Erebus Memorial(100)
National War Memorial Park119
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - National Centre for Music(1,000)
Attorney-General64Departmental Output Expenses
Legal Advice and Representation663
Multi-Category
Law Officer Functions251
Audit70Departmental Output Expenses
Audit and Assurance Services600
70Multi-Category
Statutory Auditor Function545
Building and Construction78Departmental Output Expenses
Building Regulation and Control14,100
Insurance Claims Resolution(741)
Occupational Licensing18
Residential Advisory Services(14)
Residential Tenancy and Unit Title Services2,652
Weathertight Services(1,310)
78Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Residential Earthquake-Prone Buildings Financial Assistance Scheme: Delivery and Administration of the Loan Scheme for Earthquake Prone Buildings750
79Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Related Outputs3,422
Residential Earthquake-Prone Building Financial Assistance Scheme(10,400)
Temporary Accommodation Services8,838
Business, Science and Innovation98Departmental Output Expenses
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Consumer Information(164)
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Official Assignee Functions5,446
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Registration and Granting of Intellectual Property Rights109
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Registration and Provision of Statutory Information997
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Standards Development and Approval1,360
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Trading Standards80
Communications: Cyber Security Services15
Communications: Management and Enforcement of the Radiocommunications Act 198952
Communications: Management of Emergency Telecommunications Services(134)
Communications: Pacific Cyber Security Initiatives456
Economic Development: Implementation of Improvements in Public Sector Procurement and Services to Business12,873
Economic Development: Shared Support Services1,000
Energy and Resources: Information Services23
Energy and Resources: Management of the Crown Mineral Estate886
Research, Science and Innovation: Innovative Partnerships11
Research, Science and Innovation: National Research Information System645
State Services: Property Management Services667
State Services: Property Management within the State Sector256
Tourism: Tourism Fund Management1
99Departmental Other Expenses
GST obligation for the Official Assignee3,000
99Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Competition Studies132
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Economic Regulation Inquiries(1,000)
Communications: Emergency Telecommunications Services3,530
Communications: Enforcement of Telecommunications Sector Regulation(250)
COVID-19 tourism response1,000
Economic Development: Administration of Early Stage Capital Market Development500
Energy and Resources: Management of IEA Oil Stocks15,500
Energy and Resources: Oil Field Decommissioning151,841
Research, Science and Innovation: Endeavour Fund(5,623)
Research, Science and Innovation: Health Research Fund13,670
Research, Science and Innovation: Partnered Research Fund(2,557)
Science and Innovation: Repayable Grants for Start-Ups(6,033)
Tourism: Marketing of New Zealand as a Visitor Destination9,700
101Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Financial Markets Authority Litigation Fund4,000
Economic Development: Business Support Packages5,000
Economic Development: Depreciation on Auckland’s Queens Wharf1,000
Economic Development: National New-Energy Development Centre(3,800)
Energy and Resources: Electricity Litigation Fund556
Māori Development: Māori Innovation Fund1,500
Regional Economic Development: Fair Value Write Down36,000
Research, Science and Innovation: Catalyst Fund13,158
Research, Science and Innovation: Regional Research Institutes(9,528)
Tourism Infrastructure Fund382
Tourism: Tourism Strategic Infrastructure and System Capability(30,000)
Worker Redeployment Package89,350
102Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Economic Development: Early Stage Capital Market Development(40,000)
Regional Economic Development Capital Investments81,400
Regional Economic Development Investments7,500
Regional Economic Development: Transfer of investments170,000
Research, Science and Innovation: Callaghan Innovation3,017
103Multi-Category
Communications: Management of Emergency Telecommunications133
Communications: Services for Deaf, Hearing Impaired and Speech Impaired People795
Policy Advice and Related Outputs3,922
Regional Economic Development: Provincial Growth Fund288,046
Research, Science and Innovation: Callaghan Innovation - Operations4,743
Research, Science and Innovation: Contract Management1,019
Research, Science and Innovation: Strategic Science Investment Fund(11,357)
Research, Science and Innovation: Talent and Science Promotion1,850
Sector Analysis and Facilitation1
Support the Growth and Development of New Zealand Firms, Sectors and Regions5,422
Tourism Facilities11,497
Communications Security and Intelligence196Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
Communications Security and Intelligence4,951
Conservation200Departmental Output Expenses
Conservation with the Community3,338
Crown Contribution to Regional Pest Management(96)
Management of Historic Heritage42
Management of Natural Heritage546
Management of Recreational Opportunities19,147
200Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Community Conservation Funds(5,267)
Management Services - Natural and Historic Places(10)
Moutoa Gardens/Pakaitore10
201Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Impairment of Public Conservation Land1,537
Loss on Disposal of Crown Property, Plant and Equipment(1,925)
Mātauranga Māori Fund448
Payment to Facilitate the Transfer of Assets as Part of a Treaty of Waitangi Settlement2,000
Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts150
Subscriptions to International Organisations100
Vesting of Reserves4,874
201Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Crown Land Acquisitions2,240
Purchase and Development of Reserves1,587
202Multi-Category
Identification and Implementation of Protection for Natural and Historic Places(6,650)
Policy Advice, Statutory Planning, and Services to Ministers and Statutory Bodies(294)
Corrections220Departmental Output Expenses
Re-offending is Reduced10,700
220Departmental Other Expenses
Transfer of Auckland Prison Wastewater Assets9,100
220Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Waikeria Corrections and Treatment Facility4,700
220Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Ministerial Services206
Public Safety is Improved41,145
Courts232Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Court and Coroner Related Costs(700)
District Court Part-time or Acting Judges’ Salaries and Allowances(1,694)
Judicial Review Costs700
Tribunal Related Fees and Expenses(3,800)
233Multi-Category
Courts, Tribunals and Other Authorities Services, including the Collection and Enforcement of Fines and Civil Debts Services23,126
Customs242Departmental Output Expenses
Clearance and Enforcement Services Related to Craft(31)
Clearance and Enforcement Services Related to Goods555
Clearance and Enforcement Services Related to Passengers and Crew2,212
Information and Intelligence Services(1,565)
International Services and Ministerial Servicing1,024
Policy Advice(1,599)
Revenue Collection360
Defence254Departmental Output Expenses
Audit & Assessment(287)
Management of Defence Capabilities1,487
254Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Defence Capabilities(77,128)
254Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Related Outputs1,187
Defence Force264Departmental Output Expenses
Air Force Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks27,632
Army Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks15,056
Navy Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks(24,633)
264Departmental Other Expenses
Loss on Sale of Physical Assets7,260
264Benefits or Related Expenses
Assessments, Treatment & Rehabilitation56
Special Annuities(14)
Veterans’ Independence Programme(747)
Veterans Support Entitlement(16,097)
265Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Initial Recognition of Liability for Veterans’ Entitlements3,500,000
Service Cost - Veterans’ Entitlements20,000
Unwind of Discount Rate - Veterans’ Entitlements50,000
266Multi-Category
Advice to the Government1,038
Operations Contributing to New Zealand’s Security, Stability and Interests16,922
Policy Advice And Other Services For Veterans13
Protection of New Zealand and New Zealanders39,406
Education288Departmental Output Expenses
School Property Portfolio Management64,952
Support and Resources for Education Providers2,492
Support and Resources for Parents and the Community1,729
288Departmental Other Expenses
Transfer of an Asset to the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand2,935
288Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Early Childhood Education18,154
Primary Education211,995
School Managed Network Funding1,500
School Transport21,000
Schooling Improvement(11,848)
Secondary Education94,546
Secondary-Tertiary Interface12,205
Supporting Parenting20,340
289Benefits or Related Expenses
Home Schooling Allowances(808)
Scholarships and Awards for Students900
Scholarships and Awards for Teachers and Trainees1,022
290Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Impairment of Debts and Assets and Debt Write-Offs3,700
Integrated Schools Property300
290Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Schools Furniture and Equipment17,132
290Multi-Category
Improved Quality Teaching and Learning31,863
Outcomes for Target Student Groups54,724
Oversight and Administration of the Qualifications System969
Oversight of the Education System8,522
Education Review OfficeMulti-Category
320Quality of Education: Evaluations and Services384
Environment326Departmental Output Expenses
Independent Climate Change Commission Set Up Costs718
Ministerial Services(420)
Waste Minimisation Administration800
326Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Climate Change Commission - Advisory and Monitoring Function3,610
Community Environment Fund(538)
Contaminated Sites Remediation Fund(1,183)
Contestable Waste Minimisation Fund(800)
Environmental Protection Authority: Decision Making functions625
Environmental Protection Authority: Monitoring and Enforcement functions625
Environmental Training Programmes519
Promotion of Sustainable Land Management200
Te Mana o Te Wai - restoring the life-giving capacity of fresh water179
The Fresh Water Improvement Fund3,999
327Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Allocation of New Zealand Units273,092
Environmental Legal Assistance50
Exclusive Economic Zone Major Prosecutions Fund500
Framework Convention on Climate Change30
Impairment of Debt Relating to Climate Change Activities99,500
Transitional Support for Local Government and Iwi1,211
Waste Disposal Levy Disbursements to Territorial Local Authorities2,000
328Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Capital Contribution to the Environmental Protection Authority(1,250)
Climate Change Commission: Capital Contribution599
328Multi-Category
Climate Change7,519
Environmental Management Obligations and Programmes(228)
Improving Environmental Management(2,365)
Mitigating Environmental Hazards and Waste2,536
Finance352Departmental Output Expenses
Design and Establishment of Christchurch Regeneration Acceleration Facility494
Design and Establishment of the Green Investment Fund(1,926)
Infrastructure Funding and Financing(914)
352Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Independent Infrastructure Advice and Oversight(1,000)
Management of Anchor Projects by Ōtākaro Limited6,583
Management of the Crown’s Obligations for Geothermal Wells100
353Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Ahu Whenua Trust Ex-gratia Payment9,000
Christchurch Regeneration Acceleration Facility300,000
Crown Residual Liabilities167
Global Settlement with Christchurch City Council50,164
Impairment of Investment in Southern Response Earthquake Services Ltd121,000
New Zealand Green Investment Finance Limited - Operating Expenses2,800
Review and Reform of Local Government Infrastructure Arrangements250
Unwind of Discount Rate Used in the Present Value Calculation of Payment Under Crown Deed of Support with Southern Response Earthquake Services Ltd500
355Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
COVID-19: Capital Injections to Airways New Zealand70,000
Southern Response Earthquake Services Ltd: Equity Investment121,000
355Multi-Category
Crown Company Monitoring Advice938
Greater Christchurch Anchor Projects107,570
Management of New Zealand House, London4,444
Management of the Crown’s agreement with Taitokerau Forests Limited1,306
Social Housing Reform605
Foreign Affairs and Trade402Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities20
Consular Services(4,074)
Pacific Security Fund2,389
Policy Advice and Representation - International Institutions(2,624)
Policy Advice and Representation - Other Countries12,571
Promotional Activities - Other Countries(40)
Services for Other New Zealand Agencies Overseas431
403Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Subscriptions to International Organisations3,000
Forestry416Multi-Category
Growth and Development of the Forestry Sector(70,955)
Health426Departmental Output Expenses
Health Sector Information Systems3,268
Managing the Purchase of Services10,236
Regulatory and Enforcement Services1,362
Sector Planning and Performance20,525
426Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Auckland Health Projects Integrated Investment Plan1,340
Health and Disability Support Services - Auckland DHB30,667
Health and Disability Support Services - Bay of Plenty DHB20,108
Health and Disability Support Services - Canterbury DHB60,069
Health and Disability Support Services - Capital and Coast DHB15,282
Health and Disability Support Services - Counties-Manukau DHB30,268
Health and Disability Support Services - Hawkes Bay DHB13,842
Health and Disability Support Services - Hutt DHB8,353
Health and Disability Support Services - Lakes DHB10,079
Health and Disability Support Services - MidCentral DHB14,874
Health and Disability Support Services - Nelson-Marlborough DHB13,750
Health and Disability Support Services - Northland DHB13,291
Health and Disability Support Services - South Canterbury DHB5,348
Health and Disability Support Services - Southern DHB24,661
Health and Disability Support Services - Tairāwhiti DHB3,334
Health and Disability Support Services - Taranaki DHB9,096
Health and Disability Support Services - Waikato DHB31,036
Health and Disability Support Services - Wairarapa DHB4,171
Health and Disability Support Services - Waitemata DHB30,390
Health and Disability Support Services - West Coast DHB3,191
Health and Disability Support Services - Whanganui DHB6,664
Health Sector Projects Operating Expenses11,385
Health Services Funding(12,181)
Health Workforce Training and Development4,050
Monitoring and Protecting Health and Disability Consumer Interests(5,200)
National Child Health Services(5,648)
National Disability Support Services254,594
National Emergency Services(1,114)
National Health Information Systems1,000
National Māori Health Services12,500
National Mental Health Services18,621
National Personal Health Services17,708
National Planned Care Services5,664
Primary Health Care Strategy(5,000)
Problem Gambling Services381
Public Health Service Purchasing237,238
Supporting Equitable Pay(413,636)
Supporting Safe Working Conditions for Nurses9,586
429Non-Departmental Other Expenses
International Health Organisations70
Legal Expenses1,650
Provider Development(6,269)
429Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Equity for Capital Projects for DHBs and Health Sector Crown Agencies(1,152,634)
Equity Support for DHB deficits295,789
Health Sector Projects157,143
Residential Care Loans - Payments5,000
430Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Ministerial Servicing10,709
Housing and Urban Development466Departmental Output Expenses
Community Housing Regulatory Authority829
Consenting in Special Housing Areas(3,000)
Establishment of Kāinga-Ora - Homes and Communities3,100
Facilitating the Redevelopment of Surplus Crown Land20
KiwiBuild Unit(10,749)
Management of Housing Places, Providers and Services4,974
466Non-Departmental Output Expenses
He Kūkū Ki Te Kāinga - Increasing Māori Housing Supply7,000
He Taupua - Increasing Māori Housing Provider Capability1,000
Housing New Zealand Corporation Support Services(7,000)
Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities21,080
KiwiBuild Operations8,446
Local Innovations and Partnerships500
Support Services to increase home ownership1,500
467Benefits or Related Expenses
First Home Grants54,646
KiwiSaver HomeStart Grant(70,746)
467Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Land for Housing - Deferred Settlements16,980
Social Housing Provider Development2,634
468Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Related Outputs9,594
Public Housing796
Transitional Housing59,563
Internal Affairs506Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of Grants492
Local Government Services(21)
506Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Classification of Films, Videos and Publications674
506Benefits or Related Expenses
Rates Rebate Scheme(1,500)
507Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Chatham Islands Wharves - Operational Costs(300)
Crown-owned Assets at Lake Taupō - Maintenance Costs275
Depreciation on Official Residences(75)
Ethnic Communities Grants3,856
Miscellaneous Grants - Internal Affairs6,214
Public Inquiries758
Transfer of Crown Assets at Taupō Landing Recreation Reserve484
508Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Capital Injection to the Office of Film and Literature Classification600
Capital Investments - Chatham Islands Wharves250
Capital Investments - Lake Taupō88
Capital Investments - Official Residences236
508Multi-Category
Civic Information Services(109)
Community Funding Schemes5,782
Community Information and Advisory Services(1,179)
Government Digital Services(3,020)
Ministerial Support Services(524)
Policy Advice6,329
Regulatory Services1,231
Services Supporting the Executive3,838
Support for Statutory and Other Bodies7,083
Justice560Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of Legal Services(1,192)
Establishing the Criminal Cases Review Commission911
Justice and Emergency Agencies Property and Shared Services3,716
Public Defence Service4,072
Public Provision of Referendum-Related Information3,960
Reducing Family Violence and Sexual Violence2,619
Sector Leadership and Support3,516
560Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Crime Prevention and Community Safety Programmes(750)
Electoral Services29,235
Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security45
Legal Aid10,096
Services from the Criminal Cases Review Commission801
Services from the Human Rights Commission3,370
Services from the Independent Police Conduct Authority500
Services from the Privacy Commissioner738
Support and Assistance provided by Victim Support to Victims of Crime1,271
561Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Victims’ Services4,217
562Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Capital Expenditure Criminal Cases Review Commission1,689
562Multi-Category
Justice Policy Advice and Related Services(9)
Māori Crown Relations(976)
Labour Market588Departmental Output Expenses
ACC - Regulatory Services(18)
Employment - Employment Sector Analysis and Facilitation1,157
Immigration - Regulation of Immigration Advisers26
Workplace Relations and Safety - Employment Relations Services2,050
588Non-Departmental Output Expenses
ACC - Rehabilitation Entitlements and Services5,114
Workplace Relations and Safety - Workplace Health and Safety351
589Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Crown Debt Write Offs100
Employment - He Poutama Rangatahi16,529
Employment - He Poutama Rangatahi/Youth Employment Pathways(11,181)
Workplace Relations and Safety - Concession Expense for Loans to WorkSafe New Zealand788
Workplace Relations and Safety - International Labour Organisation250
Workplace Relations and Safety - Remuneration Authority Members’ Fees, Salaries and Allowances159
590Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Workplace Relations and Safety - Capital for WorkSafe New Zealand1,185
590Multi-Category
Immigration Services52,212
Policy Advice and Related Outputs1,534
Lands612Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Forestry Plantation Activity500
612Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Bad and Doubtful Debts700
Depreciation1,466
Impairment of Intangible Assets7,500
Impairment of Land for Treaty Settlements45
Land Liabilities200
Loss on sale of Landbank properties525
Rates on Crown Land500
613Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Crown Acquisitions - Huntly East1,000
613Multi-Category
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Land Ownership and Management71,465
Crown Land1,095
Location Based Information3,460
Managing the Overseas Investment Regime(12,979)
Policy Advice and Related Services1,500
Property Rights8,000
Purchase and Preparation of Assets for Possible Use in future Treaty of Waitangi Settlements3,454
Māori Development640Departmental Output Expenses
Kaupapa Whakamaumahara Pakanga Whenua Māori (Māori Land War Commemorations)33
Ngā Ratonga mō ngā Kaipupuri Whenua Māori (Services for Māori Land Owners)11,166
Whakapakari Kaupapa Whānau Ora (Whānau Ora Commissioning Approach)(161)
640Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Kōtuitui Te Ture Whenua (Te Ture Whenua Network)(88)
Tahua Whanaketanga Māori (Māori Development Fund)9,105
Te Kōtuitui Hanga Whare mō ngāi Māori (Māori Housing)2,961
Whakamahi i ngā Huanga a Whānau Ora (Commissioning Whānau Ora Outcomes)12,667
Whakarauora Reo mō te Motu (National Māori Language Revitalisation)1,000
641Benefits or Related Expenses
Takoha Rangatiratanga (Rangatiratanga Grants)(25)
641Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Rōpū Whakahaere, Rōpū Hapori Māori (Community and Māori Governance Organisations)(1,000)
Te Hokohoko mai o te Moni ā-Tau a te Poari Kaitiaki Māori o Taranaki (Buyout of the Taranaki Māori Trust Board Annuity)20,800
641Multi-Category
Hauora me te Oranga Māori (Māori Health and Wellbeing)(176)
Takatūtanga me ngā Haumitanga ā-rohe (Regional Engagement and Investment)(16)
Tohutohu Kaupapa Here me ngā Huanga Pātata (Policy Advice and Related Outputs)1,836
Whanaketanga Ōhanga Māori (Māori Economic Development)(5,703)
Office of the Clerk660Departmental Output Expenses
Secretariat Services for the House of Representatives389
Official Development Assistance666Departmental Output Expenses
Management of New Zealand’s International Development Cooperation(942)
Ombudsmen674Departmental Output Expenses
Investigation and Resolution of Complaints About Government Administration58
Oranga Tamariki680Departmental Output Expenses
Adoption Services840
Crown Response to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-Based Institutions248
Data, Analytics and Evidence Services(1,506)
Ministerial Services288
Policy Advice2,511
681Multi-Category
Investing in Children and Young People(3,734)
Parliamentary Service710Departmental Output Expenses
Support Services to the Speaker(75)
710Departmental Other Expenses
Onerous Lease and Asset Write-offs30,819
710Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Depreciation Expense on Parliamentary Complex5,000
711Multi-Category
Operations, Information and Advisory Services1,915
Police734Departmental Output Expenses
Case Resolution and Support to Judicial Process8,719
General Crime Prevention Services30,859
Investigations(8,005)
Police Primary Response Management(29,005)
Road Safety Programme46,056
Specific Crime Prevention Services and Maintenance of Public Order2,440
735Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Ministerial Services2,491
Prime Minister and Cabinet750Departmental Output Expenses
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery(1,910)
Cyber Security(1,300)
Support for Inquiry into EQC650
750Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Contributions to Local Authorities Following an Emergency Event1,036
Disposal of Earthquake Demolition Materials4,000
Emergency Management Preparedness Grants406
Inquiry into EQC173
Maintaining Water Supply in Periods of Drought10,000
Restoration of Kaikōura District Three Waters Network1,738
751Multi-Category
Emergency Management1,162
Government House Buildings and Assets250
Policy Advice and Support Services3,774
Tsunami Monitoring and Detection Network4,649
Revenue774Departmental Output Expenses
Policy Advice635
774Benefits or Related Expenses
KiwiSaver: Tax Credit6,000
Paid Parental Leave Payments30,000
Research, Science and Innovation: R&D Tax Incentive67,000
775Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Impairment of Debt and Debt Write-Offs590,000
Impairment of Debt Relating to Child Support5,000
Initial Fair Value Write-Down Relating to Student Loans(66,000)
776Multi-Category
Services for Customers29,655
Security Intelligence792Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
Security Intelligence(6,593)
Serious Fraud796Departmental Output Expenses
Investigation and Prosecution of Serious Financial Crime545
Social Development802Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of Service Cards200
Corporate Support Services(7,451)
Data, Analytics and Evidence Services13,341
Income Support and Assistance to Seniors1,543
Investigation of Overpayments and Fraudulent Payments and Collection of Overpayments1,389
Management of Student Loans(89)
Management of Student Support(85)
Place-Based Initiatives - South Auckland Social Wellbeing Board790
Place-based Initiatives - Tairāwhiti Local Leadership953
Planning, Correspondence and Monitoring1,200
Policy Advice1,700
Processing of Veterans’ Pensions54
Promoting Positive Outcomes for Disabled People850
Promoting Positive Outcomes for Seniors200
Services to Support People to Access Accommodation18,648
803Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Community Participation Services2,734
804Benefits or Related Expenses
Accommodation Assistance215,279
Childcare Assistance(5,118)
Disability Assistance12,537
Hardship Assistance123,917
Jobseeker Support and Emergency Benefit557,209
New Zealand Superannuation54,033
Orphan’s/Unsupported Child’s Benefit5,256
Sole Parent Support101,859
Special Circumstance Assistance981
Student Allowances22,718
Supported Living Payment77,154
Transitional Assistance(498)
Veterans’ Pension1,442
Winter Energy Payment244,706
Work Assistance(8)
Youth Payment and Young Parent Payment1,943
805Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Business Support Subsidy Covid-1912,000,000
Debt Write-downs459
Emergency Housing Support Package1,300
Essential Workers Leave Support Scheme119,500
Financial Assistance to Support Worker Self-Isolation107,000
Housing Support Package(5,006)
Out of School Care and Recreation Programmes6,760
Reimbursement of Income Related Rent Overpayments640
806Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Recoverable Assistance68,505
Student Loans32,793
806Multi-Category
Community Support Services26,180
Housing Support Assistances5,146
Improved Employment and Social Outcomes Support22,008
Partnering for Youth Development2,015
Sport and Recreation852Departmental Output Expenses
Purchase Advice and Monitoring of Sport and Recreation Crown Entities75
State Services858Departmental Output Expenses
Designing and Implementing Social Investment435
Place-based Initiatives - National Support122
858Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Settlement of Legal Liabilities(7)
858Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Leadership of the Public Sector3,341
Statistics870Multi-Category
Official Statistics1,058
Tertiary Education878Departmental Output Expenses
Establishing a Single National Vocational Education Institution6,000
878Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Access to Tertiary Education3,935
Administration of and Support for the Tertiary Education and Careers Systems9,080
Centres of Research Excellence(24,900)
Establishment of a Single National Vocational Education Institution11,100
International Education Programmes1,217
Tertiary Education Research and Research-Based Teaching12,250
Tertiary Sector / Industry Collaboration Projects4,900
879Benefits or Related Expenses
Tertiary Scholarships and Awards150
879Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Support for a Single National Vocational Education Institution10,000
Support for Lincoln University(60,000)
Support for Tai Poutini Polytechnic7,250
Support for Whitireia New Zealand5,000
879Multi-Category
Stewardship of the Tertiary Education System1,879
Tertiary Tuition and Training(16,810)
Transport896Departmental Output Expenses
Milford Sound / Piopiotahi Aerodrome Operation and Administration163
896Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Transponders Rebate Scheme350
Enhanced Road Maintenance - State Highways1,500
Health and Safety at Work Activities - Maritime47
Rail - Maintaining an Electric Locomotive Fleet(4,600)
897Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Auckland City Rail Link - Operating150
Bad Debt Provision - Motor Vehicle Registration/Licences and Road User Charges3,620
Membership of International Organisations120
SuperGold Card - public transport concessions for cardholders993
Urban Cycleways - Local Routes4,295
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency Palmerston North Premises1,500
898Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Auckland City Rail Link(193,306)
Aviation Security Service Loans(18,000)
Capital Investment Package - Roads, Walking and Cycling34,460
Rail - KiwiRail Equity Injection(2,000)
Rail - KiwiRail Holdings Limited8,040
Rail - Wellington Metro Rail Network Upgrade(595)
Regional State Highways(3,066)
Urban Cycleways - Crown Assets2,828
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency Capital Contribution for Palmerston North Premises4,800
899Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Related Outputs11,468
Policy Advice and Related Outputs - Civil Aviation700
Reinstatement of the South Island Transport Corridors18,700
Tuawhenua Provincial Growth Fund - Transport Projects206,710
Treaty Negotiations938Departmental Output Expenses
Treaty Negotiations and Marine and Coastal Area Customary Interests16,507
938Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Claimant Funding5,000
Contribution to Parihaka community engagement with the Crown support package78
Contribution toward Determining Customary Interests in the Marine and Coastal Area(7,901)
Financial Assistance Toward Determining Customary Interests in the Marine and Coastal Area8,680
Specific Redress Arrangements15,000
939Multi-Category
Treaty Negotiations and Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act(14,381)
Women952Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Related Services260

Schedule 2 Appropriations applying for more than 1 financial year

s 7

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
VotePage reference in
Supplementary Estimates
(B.7)
AppropriationPeriod of
appropriation
Amount
$(000)
Variation or replacement of previous authority
 
Agriculture, Biosecurity, Fisheries and Food Safety6Non-Departmental Output Expenses
New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas ResearchPeriod from 1 October 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)23,050
6Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse GasesBalance of period from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2020 (inclusive)(439)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2016/17 Estimates) Act 2016, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019
Primary Growth PartnershipBalance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive) (but see section 7(11) of this Act)(88,022)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2018
Sustainable Food and Fibre FuturesPeriod from 1 October 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)255,491
Arts, Culture and Heritage40Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Earthquake-prone Heritage BuildingsBalance of period from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2020 (inclusive)(4,000)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2016/17 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2017
New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New ZealandBalance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2021 (inclusive)60,000In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019
Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF)Balance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2023 (inclusive)19,064In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019
41Multi-Category
Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial ServicesBalance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)(2,872)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019
Building and Construction80Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure
Residential Earthquake-Prone Buildings Financial Assistance Scheme: Loan Scheme for Earthquake Prone BuildingsPeriod from 1 March 2020 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)10,000
Business, Science and Innovation109Non-Departmental Output Expenses
Energy and Resources: Management of IEA Oil Stocks 2020-2024Period from 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)113,000
Research and Development Growth GrantsBalance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)(45,690)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019
Research, Science and Innovation: Antarctica Science Platform Balance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive) (but see section 7(12) of this Act)(36,549)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019
Research, Science and Innovation: National Science Challenges Balance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive) (29,700)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019
Transitional provision of mail services by New Zealand PostPeriod from 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)130,000
112Non-Departmental Other Expenses
Communications: Telecommunications Development Levy Funded Procurement - Telecommunications Infrastructure InvestmentBalance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive) (but see section 7(13) of this Act)(52,321)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019
Economic Development: New Zealand Screen Production Grant- International MYA 2017-2021Balance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2021 (inclusive)146,500In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Act 2017, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019
Infrastructure: Telecommunications Development Levy Funded Procurement - Telecommunications Infrastructure InvestmentBalance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)52,321<