Appropriation (2022/23 Estimates) Bill

Appropriation (2022/23 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 contained in The Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2023 (B.5) (the Estimates) presented to the House of Representatives as part of the 2022 Budget documentation.

In this Bill, the individual appropriations in summarised form are set out in Schedules 1 and 2. The provisions of the Bill ensure that the scope of each appropriation as set out in the 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 contained in the 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 2022/23 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 2022/23 financial year, the appropriations set out in Schedule 1.

Clause 7 authorises the multi-year appropriations set out in Schedule 2. 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.

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 Estimates” in clause 5(1), each describe where the scope of each appropriation authorised under those clauses is set out, making the scope of each appropriation (as set out in the Estimates) part of the legal appropriation.

Clause 8 and Schedule 3 specify the appropriations to which output expenses may be charged under section 21 of the Public Finance Act 1989. This means that, provided the other requirements in section 21 of the Public Finance Act 1989 are met, output expenses may be incurred up to the amount of third-party revenue expected to be earned by the relevant class of outputs during the 2022/23 financial year.

Clause 9 authorises, for the 2022/23 financial year, the capital injections set out in Schedule 4.

Clause 10 and Schedule 5 repeal spent Appropriation Acts.

1 Title

This Act is the Appropriation (2022/23 Estimates) Act 2022.

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 2022/23 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 appropriations that authorise the Crown and Offices of Parliament to incur expenses and capital expenditure during the 2022/23 financial year (see section 4(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989); and

(b)

section 7 and Schedule 2 make 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 specify appropriations to which output expenses may be charged against third-party revenue during the 2022/23 financial year (see section 21 of the Public Finance Act 1989); and

(d)

section 9 and Schedule 4 authorise the Crown to make capital injections to specified departments and Offices of Parliament during the 2022/23 financial year (see section 12A of the Public Finance Act 1989); and

(e)

section 10 and Schedule 5 repeal spent Appropriation Acts.

5 Interpretation

(1)

In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,—

2022/23 financial year means the financial year ending with 30 June 2023

Estimates means The Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2023 (B.5)

scope shown in the Estimates means the scope as set out in the Details of Appropriations and Capital Injections for the relevant Vote in the 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, 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,—

(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.

(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 2022/23 financial year
Appropriations authorised

(1)

Each amount specified in column 4 of Schedule 1 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

(2)

Subsection (1) applies only to the extent that the appropriation authorised is of a type set out in section 7A(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989.

(3)

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

(4)

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

(a)

under any Imprest Supply Act relating to the 2022/23 financial year; and

(b)

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

7 Appropriations applying for more than 1 financial year
Multi-year appropriations authorised

(1)

Each amount specified in column 5 of Schedule 2 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

(2)

Subsection (1) applies only to the extent that the appropriation authorised is of a type set out in section 7A(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989.

(3)

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

(4)

Each appropriation 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 2022/23 financial year; and

(ii)

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

8 Expenses under section 21 of Public Finance Act 1989

The appropriations to which output expenses may be charged under section 21 of the Public Finance Act 1989 are specified in Schedule 3.

9 Capital injections authorised for 2022/23 financial year

(1)

The Crown is authorised to make capital injections during the 2022/23 financial year to each department and Office of Parliament specified in column 1 of Schedule 4.

(2)

The capital injections authorised by this section to a department or an Office of Parliament are limited to the amount specified in column 3 of Schedule 4 alongside the department or Office of Parliament.

(3)

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

(a)

under any Imprest Supply Act relating to the 2022/23 financial year; and

(b)

in advance of the authorisation.

10 Repeals

The Acts specified in Schedule 5 are repealed.

Schedule 1 Appropriations for 2022/23 financial year

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Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
VoteVolume and page reference in Estimates
(B.5)
AppropriationAmount
$(000)
 
Agriculture, Biosecurity, Fisheries and Food Safety8/10Departmental Output Expenses
Implementation of COVID‑19 Assistance for Primary Industries2,557
8/10Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Support for Walking Access3,595
8/10Benefits or Related Expenses
Agriculture: Rural Veterinarians Bonding Scheme1,650
8/10Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
COVID‑19 Assistance for Primary Industries1,273
Fisheries: Provision for Fisheries Debt Write Downs1,000
Subscriptions to International Organisations3,538
8/11Multi-Category
Agriculture: Programmes Supporting Sustainability99,671
Biosecurity: Border and Domestic Biosecurity Risk Management458,544
Development and Implementation of Primary Industries Policy Advice175,744
Fisheries: Managing the Resource Sustainably81,632
Food Safety: Protecting Consumers120,348
Arts, Culture and Heritage9/3Departmental Output Expenses
Heritage Services15,528
9/3Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Management of Historic Places18,514
Museum Services60,615
Performing Arts Services33,074
Promotion and Support of the Arts and Film26,990
Protection of Taonga Tūturu800
Public Broadcasting Services172,835
9/4Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
COVID‑19 - Cultural Sector Response and Recovery112,000
Maintenance of War Graves, Historic Graves and Memorials5,032
Supporting Commemorations and Anniversaries2,250
Waitangi National Trust3,000
9/4Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Development of National Memorials1,500
Heritage and Culture Sector Capital61,074
Attorney-General6/7Multi-Category
Law Officer Functions122,570
Audit4/3Departmental Output Expenses
Audit and Assurance Services11,626
4/3Multi-Category
Statutory Auditor Function18,878
Building and Construction1/3Departmental Output Expenses
Insurance Claims Resolution4,832
Occupational Licensing11,682
Residential Tenancy and Unit Title Services45,657
Weathertight Services6,947
1/3Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Residential Earthquake-Prone Buildings Financial Assistance Scheme: Delivery and Administration of the Loan Scheme for Earthquake Prone Buildings1,125
Unwind of Discount Rate Used in the Present Value Calculation of Direct Payments Under the Weathertight Homes Financial Assistance Package1,659
1/4Multi-Category
Building Policy, Regulation and Advice56,178
Isolation and Quarantine Management282,471
Temporary Accommodation Services6,126
Business, Science and Innovation1/40Departmental Output Expenses
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Consumer Advocacy Council for Small Electricity Consumers1,600
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Consumer Information2,375
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Official Assignee Functions23,052
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Registration and Granting of Intellectual Property Rights36,986
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Registration and Provision of Statutory Information46,408
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Standards Development and Approval7,802
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Trading Standards8,103
Communications: Cyber Security Services15,441
Communications: Management and Enforcement of the Radiocommunications Act 198914,698
Communications: Management of Emergency Telecommunications Capabilities16,113
Economic and Regional Development: Developing a Circular Economy and Bioeconomy Strategy1,600
Economic and Regional Development: Operational Support28,006
Economic and Regional Development: Operational Support of the Regional Business Partner Network3,300
Economic Development: Implementation of Improvements in Public Sector Procurement and Services to Business41,507
Economic Development: Senior Diverse Leaders: Capability Building Pilot350
Economic Development: Shared Services Support13,260
Energy and Resources: Information Services3,111
Energy and Resources: Management of the Crown Mineral Estate32,980
Energy and Resources: Monitoring and Enforcement of an Energy and Emissions Reporting Scheme For Large Energy Users920
Pike River Re-entry: Disestablishment of Pike River Recovery Agency500
Public Service: Property Management Services17,221
Public Service: Property Management within the State Sector7,220
Research, Science and Innovation: Departmental administration of in-year payments loans 2022-2026850
Research, Science and Innovation: Innovative Partnerships4,524
Research, Science and Innovation: National Research Information System1,998
Tourism: International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy Collection1,243
Tourism: Tourism Fund Management793
1/42Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Accounting and Assurance Standards Setting8,627
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Administration of the Takeovers Code1,494
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Competition Studies2,672
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Enforcement of Dairy Sector Regulation and Auditing of Milk Price Setting757
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Retirement Commissioner8,622
Communications: Addressing Māori Interests in Radio Spectrum2,475
Communications: Emergency Telecommunications Services1,064
Communications: Rural Connectivity15,000
Economic and Regional Development: Operation of the Future of Work Forum700
Economic Development: Industry Transformation Plans21,923
Economic Development: Pacific Business Trust Procurement Support Service1,250
Economic Development: Supporting Just Transitions2,500
Energy and Resources: Assisting Households in Energy Hardship2,070
Energy and Resources: Electricity Industry Governance and Market Operations95,452
Energy and Resources: Energy Efficiency and Conservation67,434
Research and Development Growth Grants79,893
Research, Science and Innovation: Embedding International Talent in the New Zealand Innovation Ecosystem750
Research, Science and Innovation: Endeavour Fund230,257
Research, Science and Innovation: Health Research Fund127,489
Research, Science and Innovation: Marsden Fund78,545
Research, Science and Innovation: National Measurement Standards11,789
Research, Science and Innovation: Non‑departmental administration of in-year payments loans 2022-2026600
Research, Science and Innovation: Partnered Research Fund27,888
Research, Science and Innovation: Repayable Grants for Start-Ups20,746
Research, Science and Innovation: Transitional Support to Research and Development Performing Businesses28,500
Tourism: COVID‑19 Tourism Response54,226
Tourism: Marketing New Zealand as a Visitor Destination111,950
Tourism: Regional Events Fund14,120
1/45Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Financial Markets Authority Litigation Fund5,000
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Takeovers Panel Litigation Fund200
Economic Development: Attracting International Screen Productions1,300
Economic Development: Depreciation on Auckland’s Queens Wharf985
Economic Development: Future-proofing New Zealand’s Manufacturing Sector by Driving Industry 4.0 Uptake and Skills Development1,003
Economic Development: International Subscriptions and Memberships1,760
Energy and Resources: Electricity Litigation Fund1,500
Energy and Resources: Fair Value Write Down on Loans and Investments500
Energy and Resources: International Energy Agency Contribution249
Energy and Resources: National New-Energy Development Centre2,000
Impairment of Debt and Debt Write Offs225
Māori Development: Māori Innovation Fund1,000
Research, Science and Innovation: Catalyst Fund45,251
Research, Science and Innovation: Innovation Development Grant16,800
Research, Science and Innovation: Innovative Partnerships Strategic Facilitation Fund4,500
Research, Science and Innovation: Regional Research Institutes7,801
Tourism Infrastructure Fund10,000
Tourism: Tourism Strategic Infrastructure and System Capability44,214
1/46Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Energy and Resources: Crown Energy Efficiency2,000
Energy and Resources: Crown Energy Efficiency - Capital Injection3,000
Investment in the Financial Markets Authority1,963
Research, Science and Innovation: Callaghan Innovation21,340
1/47Multi-Category
Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Enforcement of General Market Regulation40,398
Commerce Commission Litigation Funds14,089
Communications: Services for Deaf, Hearing Impaired and Speech Impaired People5,584
Economic and Regional Development: Provincial Growth Fund142,000
Economic and Regional Development: Regional Strategic Partnership Fund165,000
Economic Development: Development of Early Stage Capital Markets750
Emergency Management: Services for Hazards Management11,700
Energy and Resources: Investment in Infrastructure Projects20,121
Energy and Resources: Renewable Energy in Communities and Public and Māori housing12,581
Policy Advice and Related Services to Ministers83,714
Research, Science and Innovation: Callaghan Innovation - Operations81,240
Research, Science and Innovation: Contract Management30,119
Research, Science and Innovation: Strategic Science Investment Fund362,588
Research, Science and Innovation: Talent and Science Promotion29,901
Research, Science and Innovation: Targeted Business Research and Development Funding37,500
Sector Analysis and Facilitation6,663
Services and Advice to Support Well-functioning Financial Markets67,618
Small Business: Business and Wellbeing Support2,000
Small Business: Digital Enablement of Small Business22,000
Support New Market Opportunities to Grow Firms and Sectors for the Benefit of New Zealand61,231
Support the Growth and Development of New Zealand Firms, Sectors and Regions197,936
Tourism Facilities32,267
Communications Security and Intelligence4/18Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
Communications Security and Intelligence234,470
Conservation8/72Departmental Output Expenses
Conservation with the Community37,120
Crown Contribution to Regional Pest Management3,241
Management of Historic Heritage8,061
Management of Natural Heritage398,081
Management of Recreational Opportunities204,535
8/72Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Community Conservation Funds39,967
Management Services - Natural and Historic Places946
Moutoa Gardens/Pākaitore38
8/73Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Compensation Payments60
Depreciation - Crown Property, Plant and Equipment337
Impairment of Public Conservation Land50
Loss on Disposal of Crown Property, Plant and Equipment15,525
Mātauranga Māori Fund663
Payment of Rates on Properties for Concessionaires1,099
Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts1,000
Subscriptions to International Organisations450
Vesting of Reserves1,328
Waikaremoana Lakebed Lease241
8/74Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Crown Land Acquisitions2,000
Pike River Memorial and Museum921
Purchase and Development of Reserves3,600
8/74Multi-Category
Identification and Implementation of Protection for Natural and Historic Places33,673
Policy Advice, Statutory Planning, and Services to Ministers and Statutory Bodies15,191
Provincial Growth Fund - Conservation Projects7,558
Corrections6/23Departmental Output Expenses
Re-offending is Reduced387,095
6/23Multi-Category
Policy Advice and Ministerial Services6,061
Public Safety is Improved1,658,934
Courts6/47Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Assistance to Victims of Crime40
Court and Coroner Related Costs146,897
Justices of the Peace Association450
Tribunal Related Fees and Expenses19,923
6/48Multi-Category
Courts, Tribunals and Other Authorities Services, including the Collection and Enforcement of Fines and Civil Debts Services616,022
Customs3/3Departmental Output Expenses
Border System Performance1,716
Goods Clearance and Enforcement111,145
Revenue Collection and Other Services40,880
Travellers Clearance and Enforcement88,320
3/3Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Change in Doubtful Debt Provision16,000
World Customs Organization80
Defence3/29Departmental Output Expenses
Ministry of Defence Outputs25,540
3/29Multi-Category
Defence Capabilities1,152,069
Defence Force3/43Departmental Output Expenses
Air Force Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks941,604
Army Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks1,067,537
Navy Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks666,580
3/43Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Development and Maintenance of Services Cemeteries746
3/43Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Fair Value Write Down on Veteran Trust Loans and Thirty-Year Endowment203
Grant Payments to Non-Government Organisations275
Impairment of Debt for Benefits or Related Expenses250
Service Cost - Veterans’ Entitlements20,000
Support for Vietnam Veterans3,100
Unwind of Discount Rate - Veterans’ Entitlements45,000
Veteran Assistance to Attend Commemorations and Revisit Battlefields200
3/44Multi-Category
Advice to the Government14,894
Operations Contributing to New Zealand’s Security, Stability and Interests30,883
Policy Advice And Other Services For Veterans11,575
Protection of New Zealand and New Zealanders531,376
Education2/3Departmental Output Expenses
School Property Portfolio Management2,395,742
Support and Resources for Parents and the Community15,685
2/3Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Contributions to Other Education-related Organisations6,248
Early Learning2,392,520
School Managed Network Funding29,750
School Transport220,950
Schooling Improvement28,714
Support for Early Learning Providers9,226
Supporting Parenting8,974
2/4Benefits or Related Expenses
Home Schooling Allowances11,469
Scholarships and Awards for Students13,800
Scholarships and Awards for Teachers and Trainees36,416
2/4Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Impairment of Debts and Assets and Debt Write-Offs1,500
Integrated Schools Property120,123
2/4Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Schools Furniture and Equipment82,091
2/5Multi-Category
Improved Quality Teaching and Learning373,229
Outcomes for Target Student Groups1,326,585
Oversight and Administration of the Qualifications System69,426
Oversight of the Education System72,745
Primary and Secondary Education7,104,215
Education Review Office2/89Departmental Output Expenses
Evaluations of the Quality of Education37,795
Environment8/125Departmental Output Expenses
Climate Change Chief Executives Board4,171
Improving New Zealand’s Environment154,825
Managing Climate Change in New Zealand48,455
Strategic Planning Reform3,700
8/125Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of New Zealand Units held on Trust177
Climate Change Commission - Advisory and Monitoring Function15,532
Contaminated Sites Remediation Fund8,630
Emissions Trading Scheme7,021
Environmental Protection Authority functions22,415
Environmental Training Programmes1,900
Promotion of Sustainable Land Management800
Water science and economics1,500
8/126Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Allocation of New Zealand Units2,090,200
Climate Change Development Fund300
Environmental Legal Assistance600
Framework Convention on Climate Change170
Fresh Start for Fresh Water: Waikato River Clean-up Fund4,540
Impairment of Debt Relating to Climate Change Activities147,000
Impairment of Debt Relating to Environment Activities1,500
International Subscriptions152
Loss on Sale of New Zealand Units50,000
Te Pou Tupua95
United Nations Environment Programme593
Waikato River Co-Governance910
Waikato River Co-Management1,822
8/127Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Capital Contribution to the Environmental Protection Authority1,800
Climate Change Commission: Capital Contribution960
8/127Multi-Category
Waste and Resource Recovery45,000
Waste Minimisation162,933
Finance4/26Departmental Output Expenses
Shared Support Services10,462
Southern Response Earthquake Services Independent Oversight Committee400
4/26Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Independent Infrastructure Advice and Oversight13,875
Inquiries and Research into Productivity-Related Matters5,930
Management of Anchor Projects by Ōtākaro Limited4,000
Management of the New Zealand Superannuation Fund728
4/27Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Carrying Value of Future Liabilities3,000
Christchurch Regeneration Acceleration Facility17,813
Government Superannuation Appeals Board50
Stewardship of Residual Crown Obligations711
4/28Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Capital Injections to Airways New Zealand for Ground-Based Navigation Aids4,000
COVID‑19: Capital Injections to Airways New Zealand20,000
NZ Superannuation Fund - Contributions2,460,000
Refinancing of Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities and Housing New Zealand Limited Debt193,987
Tāmaki Regeneration Company Limited - Equity Injection82,600
4/28Multi-Category
Crown Company Monitoring Advice5,051
Greater Christchurch Anchor Projects33,577
Greater Christchurch Regeneration100
Management of Landcorp Protected Land Agreement3,500
Management of New Zealand House, London10,992
Foreign Affairs3/89Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Antarctic Research and Support26,820
Expo 2020 Dubai950
Pacific Cooperation Foundation1,400
Promotion of Asian Skills and Relationships5,500
3/89Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Consular Loan Expenses50
Subscriptions to International Organisations60,729
3/90Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Consular Loans1,700
New Zealand Antarctic Institute61,000
3/90Multi-Category
Act in the world to build a safer, more prosperous and more sustainable future for New Zealanders507,441
Forestry8/179Multi-Category
Growth and Development of the Forestry Sector165,224
Health5/4Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Aged Care Commissioner2,023
Delivering hauora Māori services162,926
Delivering Hospital and Specialist Services11,707,419
Delivering Primary, Community, Public and Population Health Services7,964,207
Monitoring and Protecting Health and Disability Consumer Interests39,296
National Management of Pharmaceuticals28,872
National Pharmaceuticals Purchasing1,186,000
Problem Gambling Services20,517
5/7Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
International Health Organisations2,230
Legal Expenses6,062
5/7Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Capital investment in Health New Zealand31,597
Equity Support for DHB deficits39,211
Residential Care Loans - Payments20,000
5/8Multi-Category
Implementing the COVID‑19 Vaccine Strategy517,185
National Response to COVID‑19 Across the Health Sector455,527
Stewardship of the New Zealand health system266,465
Housing and Urban Development9/56Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Contracted emergency housing accommodation and services31,540
Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities79,861
Local Innovations and Partnerships6,370
Management of Crown Properties held under the Housing Act 19558
Support Services to increase home ownership4,000
9/56Benefits or Related Expenses
First Home Grants137,735
9/57Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Housing Assistance789
9/57Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Refinancing of Crown loans to Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities23,349
9/57Multi-Category
Community Group Housing23,795
Housing Programme Fair Value Impairment Loss and Inventory Disposal359,364
Managing the Housing and Urban Development Portfolio71,577
Public Housing1,561,222
Transitional Housing466,143
Upfront Payments23,301
Internal Affairs4/90Departmental Output Expenses
Local Government Policy and Related Services69,047
4/90Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Classification of Films, Videos and Publications3,201
Fire and Emergency New Zealand - Public Good Services10,000
4/90Benefits or Related Expenses
Rates Rebate Scheme58,000
4/90Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Chatham Islands Wharves - Operational Costs4,139
Grants for Water Infrastructure and Delivery20,000
Miscellaneous Grants - Internal Affairs1,299
Racing Safety Development Fund990
Rural Drinking Water Supplies20,000
4/91Multi-Category
Civic Information Services160,120
Community Development and Funding Schemes30,325
Government Digital Services39,942
Local Government Administration28,357
National Archival and Library Services125,636
Offshore Betting Charges4,300
Policy and Related Services14,238
Regulatory Services52,622
Services Supporting the Executive59,109
Support for Statutory and Other Bodies15,047
Supporting Ethnic Communities16,605
Three Waters Reform4,882
Justice6/77Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of Legal Services33,440
Elimination of Family Violence and Sexual Violence20,768
Justice and Emergency Agencies Property and Shared Services35,000
Justice Policy Advice37,899
Public Defence Service42,249
Sector Leadership and Support11,444
6/78Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Electoral Services82,905
Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security1,389
Legal Aid281,846
Provision of Protective Fiduciary Services3,617
Services from the Criminal Cases Review Commission3,987
Services from the Human Rights Commission15,329
Services from the Independent Police Conduct Authority9,492
Services from the Law Commission3,993
Services from the Privacy Commissioner7,392
6/78Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Impairment of Crown Assets13,512
6/79Multi-Category
Community Justice Support and Assistance64,257
Labour Market2/100Departmental Output Expenses
ACC - Regulatory Services122
Employment - Employment Sector Analysis and Facilitation3,041
Employment - Regional Skills Leadership Groups11,500
Immigration - Regulation of Immigration Advisers4,016
Workplace Relations and Safety - Employment Relations Services55,078
2/100Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
ACC - Case Management and Supporting Services279,899
ACC - Case Management and Supporting Services - Treatment Injuries for Non-Earners22,664
ACC - Public Health Acute Services437,041
ACC - Public Health Acute Services - Treatment Injuries for Non-Earners2,692
ACC - Rehabilitation Entitlements and Services983,089
ACC - Rehabilitation Entitlements and Services - Treatment Injuries for Non-Earners216,999
ACC - Sexual Abuse Assessment and Treatment Services12,708
Workplace Relations and Safety - Health and Safety at Work Levy - Collection Services869
Workplace Relations and Safety - Workplace Health and Safety140,256
2/101Benefits or Related Expenses
ACC - Compensation Entitlements85,442
ACC - Compensation Entitlements - Treatment Injuries for Non-Earners20,711
2/101Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Workplace Relations and Safety - Concession Expense for Loans to WorkSafe New Zealand788
Workplace Relations and Safety - Equal Employment Opportunities Trust396
Workplace Relations and Safety - International Labour Organisation1,855
Workplace Relations and Safety - New Zealand Industrial Relations Foundation15
Workplace Relations and Safety - Remuneration Authority Members’ Fees, Salaries and Allowances300
Workplace Relations and Safety - Support for Fair Pay Agreements and Screen Industry occupational bargaining1,494
2/102Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Workplace Relations and Safety - Capital for WorkSafe New Zealand14,965
2/102Multi-Category
Immigration Services463,734
Policy Advice and Related Services to Ministers24,425
Lands8/199Departmental Output Expenses
Compliance with and Administration of the Overseas Investment Regime21,870
8/199Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Bad and Doubtful Debts645
Proceeds from Sale of New Zealand Transport Agency Properties100,000
8/199Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Crown Acquisitions - Huntly East1,500
Crown Purchases- Land Exchanges350
Land Tenure Reform Acquisitions96,114
8/199Multi-Category
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Land Ownership and Management6,000
Crown Land72,128
Location Based Information83,743
Property Rights92,155
Purchase and Preparation of Assets for Possible Use in Future Treaty of Waitangi Settlements18,556
Māori Development7/3Departmental Output Expenses
Te whakatinanatanga o ngā wawata ā-pāpori, ā-ōhanga, ā-whakawhanaketanga ahurea o te iwi Māori | Realising the social, economic and cultural development aspirations of Māori77,253
Whakapakari Kaupapa Whānau Ora | Whānau Ora Commissioning Approach10,041
7/3Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Ngā Whakahaere a Te Tumu Paeroa | Māori Trustee Function16,686
Pāpāho Reo me ngā Kaupapa Māori | Māori Broadcast and Streamed Services85,259
Tahua Whanaketanga Māori | Māori Development Fund67,006
Whakaata Māori | Māori Television23,264
Whakamahi i ngā Huanga a Whānau Ora | Commissioning Whānau Ora Outcomes134,694
Whakarauora Reo mō te Motu | National Māori Language Revitalisation11,664
Whakarauora Reo mō te Whānau, Hapū, Iwi me te Hapori | Family, Tribal and Community Māori Language Revitalisation14,817
7/4Benefits or Related Expenses
Takoha Rangatiratanga | Rangatiratanga Grants480
7/4Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Ngā Rawa Kura Noho Māori | Māori Boarding Schools Facilities9,813
Rōpū Whakahaere, Rōpū Hapori Māori | Community and Māori Governance Organisations17,955
Te Kaitaonga Hua Pāpori | Social Procurement9,306
Utu Whakahaere Whenua Karauna | Administrative Expenses for Crown Land49
7/5Multi-Category
Ko te Tahua KOWHEORI-19 mō ngā Hapori Māori | Māori Communities COVID‑19 Fund1,365
Office of the Clerk4/181Departmental Output Expenses
Secretariat Services for the House of Representatives22,221
Ombudsmen4/195Departmental Output Expenses
Investigation and Resolution of Complaints About Government Administration50,793
Oranga Tamariki9/121Departmental Output Expenses
Adoption Services10,039
Crown Response to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-Based Institutions8,955
9/121Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Connection and Advocacy Service6,075
9/121Multi-Category
Investing in Children and Young People1,321,228
Pacific Peoples9/147Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Promotions - Business Development9,792
Skills Training and Employment16,926
9/147Benefits or Related Expenses
Study and Training Awards for Business Development1,222
9/147Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Housing Pacific Families3,000
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment8/237Departmental Output Expenses
Reports and Advice3,946
Parliamentary Counsel6/163Departmental Output Expenses
Drafting of and Access to Legislation24,357
Parliamentary Service4/209Departmental Output Expenses
Support Services to the Speaker174
4/209Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Depreciation Expense on Parliamentary Complex17,000
Members’ Communications3,348
Travel of former MPs1,300
Travel of Members and Others4,800
4/210Multi-Category
Operations, Information and Advisory Services70,486
Police6/123Departmental Output Expenses
Arms Safety and Control44,370
Road Safety Programme427,831
6/123Departmental Other Expenses
Compensation for Confiscated Firearms10
6/123Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
United Nations Drug Control Programme100
6/124Multi-Category
Policing Services1,882,015
Prime Minister and Cabinet4/239Departmental Output Expenses
COVID‑19 All of Government Response37,990
Cyber Security2,000
Health and Disability System Reform10,434
4/239Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Centre of Excellence for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism1,325
4/240Multi-Category
Advice and Support Services51,614
Emergency Management Leadership and Support39,784
Public Service4/269Departmental Output Expenses
Leadership of the Public Management System41,399
Supporting Implementation of a Social Wellbeing Approach6,758
4/269Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Open Government Partnership200
Remuneration and Related Employment Costs of Chief Executives18,199
Revenue4/285Departmental Other Expenses
Residual activities following the transformation programme’s substantive closure24,000
4/285Benefits or Related Expenses
KiwiSaver: Interest2,000
KiwiSaver: Tax Credit1,028,000
Paid Parental Leave Payments645,000
4/286Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Cost of Living payment800,000
Impairment of Debt and Debt Write-Offs841,000
Initial Fair Value Write-Down Relating to Student Loans662,000
Initial Fair Value Write-Down Relating to the Small Business Cashflow Scheme COVID‑19279,000
Research, Science and Innovation: R&D Tax Incentive472,525
4/286Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Small Business Cashflow Scheme COVID‑19652,000
4/287Multi-Category
Services for Customers721,857
Security Intelligence4/328Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
Security Intelligence108,702
Serious Fraud6/151Departmental Output Expenses
Prevention, Investigation and Prosecution of Serious Financial Crime16,685
Social Development9/169Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of Service Cards7,449
Corporate Support Services23,265
Data, Analytics and Evidence Services33,766
Enhancement and Promotion of SuperGold Cards1,700
Establishing a Ministry for Disabled People1,353
Income Support and Assistance to Seniors63,064
Independent Monitoring and Assurance of the Oranga Tamariki System11,413
Investigating and Responding to Alleged Social Work Offending200
Investigation of Overpayments and Fraudulent Payments and Collection of Overpayments55,871
Management of Student Loans20,884
Management of Student Support21,008
Planning, Correspondence and Monitoring6,229
Policy Advice15,365
Processing of Veterans’ Pensions684
Promoting Positive Outcomes for Disabled People9,735
Promoting Positive Outcomes for Seniors2,600
Services to Support People to Access Accommodation75,959
9/170Departmental Other Expenses
Te Pae Tawhiti Transformation Programme35,660
9/170Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Children’s Commissioner4,797
Community Participation Services99,371
Housing Place-Based Approaches917
Social Workers Registration Board1,584
Student Placement Services3,512
Supporting Equitable Pay for Care and Support Workers16,032
9/171Benefits or Related Expenses
Accommodation Assistance2,330,595
Childcare Assistance159,987
Disability Assistance417,862
Hardship Assistance607,659
Jobseeker Support and Emergency Benefit3,427,772
New Zealand Superannuation19,528,673
Orphan’s/Unsupported Child’s Benefit356,494
Sole Parent Support1,818,605
Special Circumstance Assistance10,936
Student Allowances682,307
Study Scholarships and Awards20,426
Supported Living Payment2,219,011
Training Incentive Allowance20,708
Transitional Assistance500
Veterans’ Pension130,958
Winter Energy Payment518,106
Work Assistance3,495
Youth Payment and Young Parent Payment65,832
9/173Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
COVID‑19 Apprentice Support211,796
COVID‑19 Leave Support Scheme50,000
Debt Write-downs108,235
Emergency Housing Support Package3,200
Extraordinary Care Fund2,308
Out of School Care and Recreation Programmes24,189
Reimbursement of Income Related Rent Overpayments5,277
9/173Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Recoverable Assistance380,853
Social Workers Registration Board Capital Injection28
Student Loans1,766,215
9/174Multi-Category
Community Support Services398,604
Housing Support Assistances60,536
Improved Employment and Social Outcomes Support1,384,762
Partnering for Youth Development19,090
Supporting tāngata whaikaha Māori and disabled people2,008,391
Sport and Recreation9/323Departmental Output Expenses
Purchase Advice and Monitoring of Sport and Recreation Crown Entities319
9/323Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
High Performance Sport75,312
Sport and Recreation Programmes74,684
Sports Anti-Doping4,758
9/323Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Miscellaneous Grants44
Prime Minister’s Sport Scholarships4,250
Statistics4/335Multi-Category
Official Statistics186,946
Te Arawhiti7/49Departmental Output Expenses
Treaty Negotiations and Marine and Coastal Area Customary Interests37,536
7/49Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Operations of Ngāpuhi Investment Fund Limited2,050
7/49Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Ancillary redress: financial assistance for beneficiaries500
Claimant Funding7,602
Financial Assistance Toward Determining Customary Interests in the Marine and Coastal Area8,095
Supporting Matariki Kaupapa1,420
7/50Multi-Category
Māori Crown Relations12,520
Tertiary Education2/149Departmental Output Expenses
Stewardship and Oversight of the Tertiary Education System18,171
2/149Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Administration of and Support for the Tertiary Education and Careers Systems79,522
Centres of Research Excellence49,800
Establishment of a Single National Vocational Education Institution16,000
International Education Programmes35,547
Strategic Support for National and Regional Priorities39,516
Support for Wānanga23,000
Tertiary Education Research and Research-Based Teaching315,000
Tertiary Sector / Industry Collaboration Projects30,271
University-led Innovation4,359
Workforce Development Councils65,000
2/150Benefits or Related Expenses
Tertiary Scholarships and Awards20,413
2/150Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Fees-free Payments387,135
2/150Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Careers System Online2,000
Support for a Single National Vocational Education Institution25,000
Tertiary Education Institutions’ Proceeds from Disposal of Crown Assets20,026
Vocational Education Data System7,850
2/151Multi-Category
Tertiary Tuition and Training2,880,363
Transport1/242Departmental Output Expenses
Search and Rescue Training and Training Coordination1,300
Transport - Policy advice, ministerial servicing, governance, and other functions67,147
1/242Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Accident or Incident Investigation and Reporting7,247
Administration of the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Transponders Rebate Scheme179
Civil Aviation and Maritime Security Services2,624
Clean Car Standard - Operation11,870
Health and Safety at Work Activities - Civil Aviation1,201
Health and Safety at Work Activities - Maritime10,544
Land Transport Regulatory Services8,173
Maritime Regulatory and Response Services11,199
Road User Charges Investigation and Enforcement6,986
Road User Charges Refunds3,120
Weather Forecasts and Warnings25,724
1/243Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Bad Debt Provision - Motor Vehicle Registration/Licences and Road User Charges4,000
KiwiRail Holidays Act Remediation1,129
Membership of International Organisations863
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency Palmerston North Premises1,500
Water Search, Rescue and Safety Frontline Services15,145
1/244Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Clean Car Standard - Capital7,130
Maritime New Zealand - Capital Injection1,000
NLTF Borrowing Facility for Short-Term Advances750,000
Rail - KiwiRail Equity Injection26,200
Rail - KiwiRail Holdings Limited869,003
1/245Multi-Category
Community Connect Programme24,777
COVID‑19 - NLTF Funding for Cost Pressures and Revenue Shocks3,000
Mode-Shift - Planning, Infrastructure, Services, and Activities109,000
Reinstatement of the South Island Transport Corridors3,782
SuperGold Card Enhanced Public Transport Concessions Scheme33,156
Tuawhenua Provincial Growth Fund - Transport Projects53,156
Women9/337Departmental Output Expenses
Improving the Lives of New Zealand Women12,869

Schedule 2 Appropriations applying for more than 1 financial year

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Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
VoteVolume and page reference in Estimates
(B.5)
AppropriationPeriod of appropriationAmount
$(000)
 
Business, Science and Innovation1/56Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Communications: Regulation of Telecommunications Services 2022-2025Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)64,074
Energy and Resources: Implementation of the Grant Scheme for Warm, Dry Homes 2022-2027Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)5,118
Energy and Resources: Managing the Security of New Zealand’s Electricity Supply 2022-2027Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)6,000
1/60Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
Economic and Regional Development: Major Events Development Fund 2022-2027Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)46,700
Energy and Resources: Accelerating Energy Efficiency and Fuel Switching in Industry 2022 - 2027Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)808,426
Energy and Resources: Grant Scheme for Warm, Dry Homes 2022-2027Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)68,000
Energy and Resources: Low Emission Transport Fund Freight Decarbonisation Grants 2022 - 2027Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)15,000
Conservation8/75Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Kermadec Rangitāhua Ocean Sanctuary / Te Kāhui o te Moana o RangitāhuaPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)1,225
Environment8/128Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Climate Emergency Response Fund - Waste InitiativesPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)75,000
Supporting Equitable Transitions and Climate Resilience for MāoriPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2026 (inclusive)1,000
Finance4/31Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Crown Infrastructure Partners Limited - Equity InjectionPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2026 (inclusive)258,883
Participation in Dividend Reinvestment Plans by the Mixed Ownership Model CompaniesPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)350,000
Forestry8/180Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Forestry: Capital investment in the Crown’s Forestry AssetsPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)55,600
Health5/9Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
Health Capital EnvelopePeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2026 (inclusive)4,864,162
Housing and Urban Development9/59Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
Affordable Housing FundPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)294,000
He Kūkū ki te Kāinga - Increasing Māori Housing SupplyPeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)190,550
Land for Housing ProgrammePeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)294,218
Operating the Buying off the Plans ProgrammePeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)3,000
Operating the Land for Housing ProgrammePeriod from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (inclusive)7,000
Progressing the Pipeline of Māori Housing 2022 - 2025Period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)24,000