Appropriation (2021/22 Supplementary Estimates) Bill

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Appropriation (2021/22 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 2022 (B.7) (the Supplementary Estimates) presented to the House of Representatives on 19 May 2022.

In this Bill, the individual appropriations and changes 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 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 2021/22 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 2021/22 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 (2021/22 Estimates) Act 2021.

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 (7) extends the period of 6 multi-year appropriations.

Clause 7(12) to (18) revokes the authority for 7 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 2021/22 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 (2021/22 Estimates) Act 2021.

1 Title

This Act is the Appropriation (2021/22 Supplementary 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 2021/22 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 2021/22 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 and Offices of Parliament during the 2021/22 financial year (see section 12A of the Public Finance Act 1989).

5 Interpretation

(1)

In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,—

2021/22 financial year means the financial year ending with 30 June 2022

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, 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 2022 (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 2021/22 financial year
Existing appropriations varied

(1)

If an appropriation specified in column 3 of Schedule 1 is authorised by the Appropriation (2021/22 Estimates) Act 2021, 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 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 2021/22 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 (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021 for Vote Customs for the category of departmental output expenses “COVID-19 - Maritime Response” is varied so that it is the period from 1 September 2020 to 30 June 2023 (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 (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020 for Vote Finance for the category of non-departmental capital expenditure “COVID-19: Loans to Air New Zealand” is varied so that it is the period from 23 March 2020 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive) (and the amount of that appropriation is varied by subsection (1)).

(4)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020 for Vote Finance for the multi-category expense “Earthquake Commission - On-Sold Canterbury Properties” is varied so that it is the period from 1 September 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive) (and the amount of that appropriation is varied by subsection (1)).

(5)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020 for Vote Transport for the category of non-departmental output expenses “Protection of Transport Sector Agency Core Functions” is varied so that it is the period from 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2024 (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 (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020 for Vote Transport for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Maintaining Essential Transport Connectivity” is varied so that it is the period from 11 May 2020 to 30 June 2023 (inclusive) (and the amount of that appropriation is varied by subsection (1)).

(7)

The period of the appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021 for Vote Transport for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Maintaining international air services” is varied so that it is the period from 1 May 2021 to 30 June 2023 (inclusive) (and the amount of that appropriation is varied by subsection (1)).

New multi-year appropriations authorised

(8)

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

(9)

Subsections (1) and (8) 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.

(10)

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

(11)

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 2021/22 financial year; and

(ii)

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

Existing multi-year appropriations revoked

(12)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021 for Vote Business, Science and Innovation for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Economic and Regional Development: 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2020-2024”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2022.

(13)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021 for Vote Business, Science and Innovation for the category of non-departmental capital expenditure “Economic and Regional Development: Infrastructure Capital Expenditure Investment”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2022.

(14)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021 for Vote Business, Science and Innovation for the category of non-departmental capital expenditure “Economic and Regional Development: Infrastructure Investment Provincial Growth Fund Limited”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2022.

(15)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Estimates) Act 2020 for Vote Health for the category of non-departmental capital expenditure “Health Capital Envelope 2020-2025”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2022.

(16)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021 for Vote Housing and Urban Development for the category of non-departmental output expenses “Residential Development Supply”, as varied by subsection (1), is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2022.

(17)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, for Vote Social Development for the category of departmental output expenses “Historic Claims” is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2022.

(18)

The appropriation authorised by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021 for Vote Treaty Negotiations for the category of non-departmental other expenses “Historical Treaty of Waitangi Settlements 2021 - 2025” is revoked with effect from the close of 30 June 2022.

8 Capital injections authorised for 2021/22 financial year
Limits of existing authorisations varied

(1)

If the Appropriation (2021/22 Estimates) Act 2021 authorises capital injections to a department or an Office of Parliament 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 or Office of Parliament 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 2021/22 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 2021/22 financial year; and

(b)

in advance of the authorisation.

Schedule 1 Appropriations for 2021/22 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 SafetyDepartmental Output Expenses
2Implementation of COVID‑19 Assistance for Primary Industries1,331
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
2COVID‑19 Assistance for Primary Industries(231)
2Fisheries: Aquaculture Settlements4,725
2Food Safety: Folic acid fortification1,600
Multi-Category
3Agriculture: Programmes Supporting Sustainability16,562
3Biosecurity: Border and Domestic Biosecurity Risk Management60,231
3Development and Implementation of Primary Industries Policy Advice8,273
4Fisheries: Managing the Resource Sustainably1,234
5Food Safety: Protecting Consumers662
Arts, Culture and HeritageDepartmental Output Expenses
38Heritage Services7,981
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
38Museum Services3,721
38Performing Arts Services3,000
38Promotion and Support of the Arts and Film17,598
38Protection of Taonga Tūturu43
38Public Broadcasting Services6,500
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
39COVID‑19 - Cultural Sector Response and Recovery50,657
39Impairment of Debt and Debt Write-Offs(181)
39Maintenance of War Graves, Historic Graves and Memorials403
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
39Development of National Memorials843
39Heritage and Culture Sector Capital(321)
Attorney-GeneralMulti-Category
60Law Officer Functions(7,822)
AuditDepartmental Output Expenses
68Audit and Assurance Services4,981
Multi-Category
68Statutory Auditor Function1,220
Building and ConstructionDepartmental Output Expenses
78Insurance Claims Resolution1,974
78Occupational Licensing5,450
78Residential Tenancy and Unit Title Services1,000
78Weathertight Services(2,550)
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
78Residential Earthquake-Prone Buildings Financial Assistance Scheme: Delivery and Administration of the Loan Scheme for Earthquake Prone Buildings412
Multi-Category
79Building Policy, Regulation and Advice3,023
79Isolation and Quarantine Management(97,934)
80Temporary Accommodation Services24,513
Business, Science and InnovationDepartmental Output Expenses
96Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Administration of the COVID‑19 Consumer Travel Reimbursement Scheme132
96Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Official Assignee Functions929
96Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Registration and Granting of Intellectual Property Rights200
96Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Registration and Provision of Statutory Information6,315
96Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Standards Development and Approval1,151
96Communications: Cyber Security Services550
97Economic and Regional Development: Economic and Regional Development Fund, Scheme and Grant Management2,000
97Economic and Regional Development: Operational Support of the Regional Business Partner Network3,300
97Economic and Regional Development: Tourism Investment21
97Economic Development: Implementation of Improvements in Public Sector Procurement and Services to Business1,350
97Economic Development: Shared Services Support1,060
97Energy and Resources: Information Services268
97Public Service: Property Management within the State Sector1,500
97Research, Science and Innovation: Innovative Partnerships1,500
97Research, Science and Innovation: National Research Information System248
Departmental Other Expenses
98Software as a Service intangible asset derecognition (write-off)120,000
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
98Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Competition Studies553
98Commerce and Consumer Affairs: COVID‑19 Consumer Travel Reimbursement Scheme17,170
98Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Economic Regulation Inquiries1,000
98Communications: Emergency Telecommunications Services(1,064)
99COVID‑19 Tourism Response(1,015)
99Economic Development: Industry Transformation Plans(6,284)
99Energy and Resources: Assisting Households in Energy Hardship840
99Energy and Resources: Electricity Industry Governance and Market Operations4,517
99Energy and Resources: Energy Efficiency and Conservation(1,000)
99Energy and Resources: Oil Field Decommissioning20,223
99Research, Science and Innovation: Embedding International Talent in the New Zealand Innovation Ecosystem250
99Research, Science and Innovation: Endeavour Fund(517)
99Research, Science and Innovation: Health Research Fund(10,000)
100Research, Science and Innovation: Partnered Research Fund3,458
100Research, Science and Innovation: Repayable Grants for Start-Ups4,850
100Tourism: Marketing New Zealand as a Visitor Destination(10,500)
100Tourism: Strategic Tourism Assets Protection Programme4,903
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
100Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Financial Markets Authority Litigation Fund4,851
100Economic and Regional Development: Fair Value Write Down - Tourism4,148
100Economic and Regional Development: COVID‑19 Events Transition Support Payment200,000
100Economic and Regional Development: Reactivating Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland Package25,500
100Economic and Regional Development: Wellington Business Relief Fund200
100Economic and Regional Development: Worker Redeployment Package5,550
101Economic Development: Depreciation on Auckland’s Queens Wharf255
101Economic Development: New Zealand Events Support1,121
101Energy and Resources: Electricity Litigation Fund1,556
101Energy and Resources: Fair Value Write Down on Loans and Investments500
101Energy and Resources: National New-Energy Development Centre(4,400)
101Impairment of Debt and Debt Write Offs3,110
101Māori Development: Māori Innovation Fund174
101Regional Economic Development: Fair Value Write Down15,000
101Research, Science and Innovation: Catalyst Fund(4,525)
101Research, Science and Innovation: Innovative Partnerships Strategic Facilitation Fund4,500
101Tourism Infrastructure Fund4,532
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
102Communications: Radio Spectrum Management Rights - Capital165,600
102Economic and Regional Development: Capital Investments18,452
102Economic and Regional Development: Investment in Crown-owned Companies for Tourism53,000
102Economic and Regional Development: Tourism Capital Investment4,900
102Economic and Regional Development: Tourism Investment Provincial Growth Fund Limited(25,056)
102Economic and Regional Development: Transfer of investments50,000
102Economic and Regional Development: Transfer of investments - Crown-owned companies50,000
102Energy and Resources: Crown Energy Efficiency1,500
102Energy and Resources: Crown Energy Efficiency - Capital Injection13,246
102Investment in the Financial Markets Authority1,500
102Research, Science and Innovation: Callaghan Innovation(22,900)
Multi-Category
103Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Enforcement of General Market Regulation1,250
103Communications: Management of Emergency Telecommunications Services1,871
103Communications: Services for Deaf, Hearing Impaired and Speech Impaired People300
104Economic and Regional Development: Provincial Growth Fund55,482
104Economic and Regional Development: Regional Strategic Partnership Fund(32,498)
105Emergency Management: Services for Hazards Management4,100
105Energy and Resources: Investment in Infrastructure Projects50,618
106Energy and Resources: Renewable Energy in Public and Māori Housing1,117
106Policy Advice and Related Services to Ministers7,633
107Research, Science and Innovation: Callaghan Innovation - Operations363
107Research, Science and Innovation: Contract Management600
108Research, Science and Innovation: Strategic Science Investment Fund(11,336)
108Research, Science and Innovation: Talent and Science Promotion2,200
108Sector Analysis and Facilitation500
109Small Business: Business and Wellbeing Support8,000
109Small Business: Digital Enablement of Small Business1,816
109Support New Market Opportunities to Grow Firms and Sectors for the Benefit of New Zealand6,000
110Support the Growth and Development of New Zealand Firms, Sectors and Regions52,577
110Tourism Facilities909
Communications Security and IntelligenceIntelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
214Communications Security and Intelligence35,820
ConservationDepartmental Output Expenses
218Conservation with the Community10,487
218Crown Contribution to Regional Pest Management66
218Management of Historic Heritage2,929
218Management of Natural Heritage(46,345)
218Management of Recreational Opportunities(6,797)
Departmental Other Expenses
218Software as a Service intangible asset derecognition (write-off)10,954
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
219Community Conservation Funds(16,236)
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
219Administering Bodies of Crown Reserves150
219Correction of Land-holding Records5,000
219Depreciation - Crown Property, Plant and Equipment(35)
219Impairment of Public Conservation Land1,375
219Loss on Disposal of Crown Property, Plant and Equipment(1,595)
219Mātauranga Māori Fund(320)
219Payment of Rates on Properties for Concessionaires100
219Provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts300
219Vesting of Reserves4,703
220Wildlife Institutions Relief Fund847
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
220Purchase and Development of Reserves872
Multi-Category
220Identification and Implementation of Protection for Natural and Historic Places(13,283)
220Policy Advice, Statutory Planning, and Services to Ministers and Statutory Bodies3,103
CorrectionsDepartmental Output Expenses
246Re-offending is Reduced(2,312)
Departmental Other Expenses
246Transfer of Three Waters Assets6,200
Multi-Category
246Policy Advice and Ministerial Services1,950
247Public Safety is Improved107,289
CourtsNon‑Departmental Other Expenses
258Court and Coroner Related Costs(760)
258Tribunal Related Fees and Expenses(500)
Multi-Category
259Courts, Tribunals and Other Authorities Services, including the Collection and Enforcement of Fines and Civil Debts Services11,653
CustomsDepartmental Output Expenses
270Border System Performance(50)
270Goods Clearance and Enforcement5,218
270Revenue Collection and Other Services272
270Travellers Clearance and Enforcement(933)
Departmental Other Expenses
270Software as a Service intangible asset derecognition (write-off)7,661
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
270Change in Doubtful Debt Provision8,000
DefenceDepartmental Output Expenses
286Ministry of Defence Outputs2,352
Multi-Category
286Defence Capabilities213,522
Defence ForceDepartmental Output Expenses
292Air Force Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks(64,856)
292Army Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks57,083
292Military Capabilities in Support of a Rules-Based International Order5,000
292Navy Capabilities Prepared for Joint Operations and Other Tasks106,311
Departmental Other Expenses
292Loss on Sale of Physical Assets7,260
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
293Support for Vietnam Veterans37,900
Multi-Category
293Advice to the Government(3,500)
293Operations Contributing to New Zealand’s Security, Stability and Interests3,977
294Policy Advice And Other Services For Veterans1,500
294Protection of New Zealand and New Zealanders10,236
EducationDepartmental Output Expenses
312School Property Portfolio Management358,173
312Support and Resources for Parents and the Community68
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
312Contributions to Other Education-related Organisations100
312Early Learning37,822
312School Managed Network Funding500
312School Transport6,000
312Schooling Improvement250
313Support for Early Learning Providers3,700
313Supporting Parenting133
Benefits or Related Expenses
313Home Schooling Allowances1,249
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
313Education Providers with COVID‑19-Related Losses of Income14,938
313Impairment of Debts and Assets and Debt Write-Offs20,281
313Integrated Schools Property19,482
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
313School Support Project(250)
313Schools Furniture and Equipment420
Multi-Category
314Improved Quality Teaching and Learning33,517
314Outcomes for Target Student Groups(15,507)
315Oversight of the Education System(1,619)
315Primary and Secondary Education251,025
Education Review OfficeDepartmental Output Expenses
344Evaluations of the Quality of Education1,854
EnvironmentDepartmental Output Expenses
350Improving New Zealand’s Environment(1,405)
350Managing Climate Change in New Zealand3,836
350Strategic Planning Reform5,000
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
350Contaminated Sites Remediation Fund(1,267)
351Water science and economics334
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
351Allocation of New Zealand Units1,029,550
351Exclusive Economic Zone Major Prosecutions Fund500
351Loss on Sale of New Zealand Units171,000
351Transitional Support for Local Government and Iwi996
Multi-Category
352Waste and Resource Recovery(39,342)
352Waste Minimisation15,797
FinanceDepartmental Output Expenses
372Design and Establishment of Christchurch Regeneration Acceleration Facility12
372Shared Support Services1,540
372Southern Response Earthquake Services Independent Oversight Committee(67)
Departmental Other Expenses
372Software as a Service intangible asset derecognition (write-off)970
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
373Management of Anchor Projects by Ōtākaro Limited14,490
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
373Christchurch Regeneration Acceleration Facility68,007
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
374COVID‑19: Capital Injections to Airways New Zealand25,000
374Refinancing of Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities and Housing New Zealand Limited Debt300
374Subscription for Non-Voting Redeemable Shares in Air New Zealand1,000,000
374Subscription for Ordinary Shares in Air New Zealand602,000
374Tāmaki Regeneration Company Limited - Equity Injection71,000
374Transfer of Anchor Project Assets to Ōtākaro Limited46,864
Multi-Category
375Crown Company Monitoring Advice2,141
375Greater Christchurch Anchor Projects74,145
376Greater Christchurch Regeneration8,973
377Management of New Zealand House, London12,615
Foreign AffairsNon‑Departmental Output Expenses
410Expo 2020 Dubai13,850
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
410Consular Loan Expenses200
411Support for Ukraine7,500
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
411Consular Loans(1,600)
411New Zealand Antarctic Institute5,000
Multi-Category
411Act in the world to build a safer, more prosperous and more sustainable future for New Zealanders(11,793)
ForestryMulti-Category
426Growth and Development of the Forestry Sector7,878
HealthDepartmental Output Expenses
436Health Sector Information Systems168,628
436Managing the Purchase of Services9,588
436Payment Services(250)
436Policy Advice and Related Services5,070
436Regulatory and Enforcement Services935
436Sector Planning and Performance17,644
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
436Aged Care Commissioner650
436Auckland Health Projects Integrated Investment Plan720
436Health and Disability Support Services - Auckland DHB53,776
437Health and Disability Support Services - Bay of Plenty DHB15,243
437Health and Disability Support Services - Canterbury DHB62,287
437Health and Disability Support Services - Capital and Coast DHB31,676
437Health and Disability Support Services - Counties-Manukau DHB50,281
437Health and Disability Support Services - Hawkes Bay DHB17,284
437Health and Disability Support Services - Hutt DHB9,297
437Health and Disability Support Services - Lakes DHB11,850
437Health and Disability Support Services - MidCentral DHB18,325
437Health and Disability Support Services - Nelson-Marlborough DHB11,104
437Health and Disability Support Services - Northland DHB22,683
437Health and Disability Support Services - South Canterbury DHB4,383
437Health and Disability Support Services - Southern DHB24,562
437Health and Disability Support Services - Tairāwhiti DHB6,413
437Health and Disability Support Services - Taranaki DHB13,087
437Health and Disability Support Services - Waikato DHB50,581
438Health and Disability Support Services - Wairarapa DHB4,029
438Health and Disability Support Services - Waitemata DHB51,723
438Health and Disability Support Services - West Coast DHB5,100
438Health and Disability Support Services - Whanganui DHB7,548
438Health Sector Projects Operating Expenses56,535
438Health Services Funding5,331
438Health Workforce Training and Development(10,675)
438Monitoring and Protecting Health and Disability Consumer Interests(650)
438National Disability Support Services29,871
438National Emergency Services8,000
438National Management of Pharmaceuticals250
438National Māori Health Services3,588
438National Maternity Services(1,675)
438National Mental Health Services9,281
438National Personal Health Services3,950
439National Planned Care Services15,000
439Primary Health Care Strategy(7,500)
439Problem Gambling Services650
439Public Health Service Purchasing(2,441)
439Supporting Equitable Pay224,619
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
439Legal Expenses(3,778)
439Provider Development5,400
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
439Capital Investment for Services to the Health sector300
439Equity Support for DHB deficits240,789
Multi-Category
440Health and Disability System Reform5,020
440Implementing the COVID‑19 Vaccine Strategy1,368,865
440National Response to COVID‑19 Across the Health Sector2,968,382
Housing and Urban DevelopmentNon‑Departmental Output Expenses
492Contracted emergency housing accommodation and services28,850
492He Kūkū Ki Te Kāinga - Increasing Māori Housing Supply13,865
492He Taupae - Building Māori housing capability across the Māori housing continuum29
492He Taupua - Increasing Māori Housing Provider Capability523
492KiwiBuild Operations14,896
492Local Innovations and Partnerships2,333
492Support Services to increase home ownership2,658
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
493Sale of Land and Dwellings - Costs(283,490)
493Social Housing Provider Development1,204
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
493Community Housing Providers - Prepayment of Staged Operating Funding26,388
493Land for Housing - Deferred Settlements23,300
493Refinancing of Crown loans to Kāinga Ora - Homes and Communities95,000
Multi-Category
494Managing the Housing and Urban Development Portfolio6,806
494Public Housing26,073
494Transitional Housing62,127
Internal AffairsDepartmental Output Expenses
518Local Government Policy and Related Services35,274
Benefits or Related Expenses
518Rates Rebate Scheme4,500
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
519Grants for Water Infrastructure and Delivery29,260
519Miscellaneous Grants - Internal Affairs3,130
519Rural Drinking Water Supplies10,000
519Supporting Local Government with Natural Hazard Events3,250
Multi-Category
519Civic Information Services45,409
520Community Development and Funding Schemes2,178
520Government Digital Services3,740
521Local Government Administration7,715
521National Archival and Library Services8,816
521Offshore Betting Charges4,300
522Policy and Related Services3,334
522Regulatory Services4,773
522Services Supporting the Executive3,297
523Support for Statutory and Other Bodies5,020
523Supporting Ethnic Communities963
524Three Waters Reform6,110
JusticeDepartmental Output Expenses
576Administration of Legal Services2,270
576Justice and Emergency Agencies Property and Shared Services5,084
576Justice Policy Advice6,424
576Public Defence Service890
576Reducing Family Violence and Sexual Violence948
576Sector Leadership and Support943
Departmental Other Expenses
576Software as a Service intangible asset derecognition (write-off)20,000
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
577Electoral Services1,875
577Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security100
577Legal Aid(12,000)
577Services from the Human Rights Commission750
577Services from the Independent Police Conduct Authority750
Multi-Category
578Community Justice Support and Assistance(2,052)
Labour MarketDepartmental Output Expenses
596Employment - Administration of the He Poutama Rangatahi Programme(1,415)
596Employment - Employment Sector Analysis and Facilitation(5,540)
596Employment - Regional Skills Leadership Groups1,107
596Workplace Relations and Safety - Employment Relations Services7,374
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
596ACC - Establishment of New Income Insurance Scheme10,400
597Workplace Relations and Safety - Workplace Health and Safety3,533
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
597Employment - He Poutama Rangatahi(33,000)
598Workplace Relations and Safety - Support for Fair Pay Agreements and Screen Industry bargaining744
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
598Workplace Relations and Safety - Capital for WorkSafe New Zealand840
Multi-Category
598Employment - Māori Trades and Training Fund(19,985)
598Immigration Services42,621
599Policy Advice and Related Services to Ministers2,420
LandsDepartmental Output Expenses
622Compliance with and Administration of the Overseas Investment Regime557
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
622Bad and Doubtful Debts700
622Impairment of Intangible Assets791
Multi-Category
623Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Land Ownership and Management19,869
623Crown Land9,442
624Location Based Information45,943
624Property Rights6,393
624Purchase and Preparation of Assets for Possible Use in Future Treaty of Waitangi Settlements76,473
Māori DevelopmentDepartmental Output Expenses
640Te whakatinanatanga o ngā wawata ā-pāpori, ā-ōhanga, ā-whakawhanaketanga ahurea o te iwi Māori | Realising the social, economic and cultural development aspirations of Māori4,907
640Whakapakari Kaupapa Whānau Ora | Whānau Ora Commissioning Approach995
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
641Tahua Whanaketanga Māori | Māori Development Fund6,152
641Te Kōtuitui Hanga Whare mō ngāi Māori | Māori Housing(14,957)
641Whakamahi i ngā Huanga a Whānau Ora | Commissioning Whānau Ora Outcomes65,632
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
641He utu whakapāha ki Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rarua Ātiawa mō ngā Rīhi Mutunga Kore | Ex-gratia payment to Ngāti Rārua Ātiawa Iwi Trust for Perpetual Leases8,000
642Ngā Rawa Kura Noho Māori | Māori Boarding Schools Facilities465
642Rōpū Whakahaere, Rōpū Hapori Māori | Community and Māori Governance Organisations(450)
642Te Kaitaonga Hua Pāpori | Social Procurement2,000
Multi-Category
642Ko te Tahua KOWHEORI-19 mō ngā Hapori Māori | Māori Communities COVID‑19 Fund131,912
Office of the ClerkDepartmental Output Expenses
660Secretariat Services for the House of Representatives982
OmbudsmenDepartmental Output Expenses
666Investigation and Resolution of Complaints About Government Administration(3,810)
Oranga TamarikiDepartmental Output Expenses
672Adoption Services233
672Crown Response to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-Based Institutions4,700
Multi-Category
672Investing in Children and Young People52,393
Pacific PeoplesNon‑Departmental Output Expenses
682Promotions - Business Development1,850
682Skills Training and Employment200
Benefits or Related Expenses
682Study and Training Awards for Business Development69
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
682Housing Pacific Families2,750
Parliamentary Commissioner for the EnvironmentDepartmental Output Expenses
692Reports and Advice307
Parliamentary CounselDepartmental Output Expenses
698Drafting of and Access to Legislation3,270
Parliamentary ServiceDepartmental Output Expenses
704Support Services to the Speaker200
Multi-Category
705Operations, Information and Advisory Services3,254
PoliceDepartmental Output Expenses
720Road Safety Programme79,003
Departmental Other Expenses
720Software as a Service intangible asset derecognition (write-off)12,000
Multi-Category
720Policing Services117,399
Prime Minister and CabinetDepartmental Output Expenses
734Canterbury Earthquake Recovery(562)
734COVID‑19 All of Government Response45,300
734Cyber Security2,992
734Health and Disability System Reform1,467
734Support for Inquiry into EQC100
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
734Centre of Excellence for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism(195)
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
734COVID‑19: Civil Defence Emergency Management Group Welfare Costs4,900
735Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism195
Multi-Category
735Advice and Support Services7,217
736Emergency Management Leadership and Support35,203
Public ServiceDepartmental Output Expenses
752Leadership of the Public Management System9,694
752Supporting Implementation of a Social Wellbeing Approach626
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
752Remuneration and Related Employment Costs of Chief Executives2,749
RevenueDepartmental Output Expenses
760Policy Advice2,920
Benefits or Related Expenses
760KiwiSaver: Tax Credit14,000
760Paid Parental Leave Payments80,000
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
761COVID‑19 Resurgence Support Payment2,726,943
761COVID‑19 Support Payment1,530,000
761Impairment of Debt and Debt Write-Offs200,000
761Impairment of Debt and Debt Write-Offs Relating to Child Support60,000
761Impairment of Debt Relating to Student Loans139,000
761Impairment of debt relating to the SBCS385,000
761Initial Fair Value Write-Down Relating to Student Loans32,000
761Initial Fair Value Write-Down Relating to the Small Business Cashflow Scheme COVID‑19555,000
761Research, Science and Innovation: R&D Tax Incentive19,845
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
761Small Business Cashflow Scheme COVID‑191,317,000
Multi-Category
762Services for Customers53,020
Security IntelligenceIntelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure
782Security Intelligence(9,950)
Serious FraudDepartmental Output Expenses
786Prevention, Investigation and Prosecution of Serious Financial Crime793
Social DevelopmentDepartmental Output Expenses
792Administration of Service Cards1,199
792Corporate Support Services(42,235)
792Data, Analytics and Evidence Services9,365
792Establishing a Ministry for Disabled People6,500
792Establishment of Independent Monitor of the Oranga Tamariki System700
792Income Support and Assistance to Seniors(10,848)
792Independent Monitoring and Assurance of the Oranga Tamariki System1,534
792Investigating and Responding to Alleged Social Work Offending(200)
792Investigation of Overpayments and Fraudulent Payments and Collection of Overpayments(5,200)
792Management of Student Loans4,500
793Management of Student Support4,500
793Planning, Correspondence and Monitoring(1,700)
793Policy Advice8,355
793Processing of Veterans’ Pensions50
793Promoting Positive Outcomes for Disabled People490
793Promoting Positive Outcomes for Seniors500
793Services to Support People to Access Accommodation1,995
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
793Children’s Commissioner1,200
793Community Participation Services(2,000)
793Housing Place-Based Approaches992
794Social Workers Registration Board450
794Supporting Equitable Pay for Care and Support Workers1,965
Benefits or Related Expenses
794Accommodation Assistance(86,450)
794Childcare Assistance(8,663)
794Disability Assistance(2,150)
794Hardship Assistance(39,471)
794Jobseeker Support and Emergency Benefit(450,657)
794New Zealand Superannuation122,946
794NZ Beneficiaries Stranded Overseas(5,786)
795Orphan’s/Unsupported Child’s Benefit(13,389)
795Sole Parent Support(1,322)
795Special Circumstance Assistance434
795Student Allowances(17,767)
795Supported Living Payment6,741
795Training Incentive Allowance(21,440)
795Transitional Assistance(225)
795Veterans’ Pension2,270
795Winter Energy Payment1,335
796Work Assistance1,134
796Youth Payment and Young Parent Payment(3)
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
796Business Support Subsidy Covid‑194,370,000
796COVID‑19 Apprentice Support56,324
796COVID‑19 Leave Support Scheme620,795
796Debt Write-downs4,590
796Housing Hub capital costs Place-Based Approach410
796Reimbursement of Income Related Rent Overpayments543
796Retrospective Residential Care Subsidy Payments5,000
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
797Recoverable Assistance(78,990)
797Student Loans(130,360)
Multi-Category
797Community Support Services310,755
798Housing Support Assistances6,000
798Improved Employment and Social Outcomes Support207,095
799Partnering for Youth Development6,148
Sport and RecreationNon‑Departmental Output Expenses
840Sport and Recreation Programmes(17,460)
840Sports Anti-Doping1,309
StatisticsMulti-Category
846Official Statistics17,516
Te ArawhitiNon‑Departmental Other Expenses
858Ancillary redress: financial assistance for beneficiaries500
858Claimant Funding(500)
858Crown Contribution to Facilitate the Transfer of Landcorp Assets to Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa Tāmaki nui-a-Rua2,389
858Specific Redress Arrangements35,000
858Supporting Matariki Kaupapa3,330
Multi-Category
859Māori Crown Relations3,392
Tertiary EducationDepartmental Output Expenses
872Stewardship and Oversight of the Tertiary Education System657
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
872Access to Tertiary Education30,000
872Administration of and Support for the Tertiary Education and Careers Systems(638)
872Establishment of a Single National Vocational Education Institution6,000
872International Education Programmes3,867
872Support for Wānanga26,000
872Tertiary Sector / Industry Collaboration Projects4,367
872University-led Innovation(1,095)
872Workforce Development Councils2,150
Benefits or Related Expenses
873Tertiary Scholarships and Awards245
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
873Careers System Online(2,000)
873Support for a Single National Vocational Education Institution4,157
873Tertiary Education Institutions’ Proceeds from Disposal of Crown Assets5,940
873Vocational Education Data System(6,300)
Multi-Category
873Tertiary Tuition and Training(59,121)
TransportDepartmental Output Expenses
888Search and Rescue Training and Training Coordination359
888Transport - Policy advice, ministerial servicing, governance, and other functions12,928
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
888Accident or Incident Investigation and Reporting155
888Administration of the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Transponders Rebate Scheme64
888Clean Car Standard - Operation(1,000)
889Rail - Grants(18,042)
889Rail - Maintenance and Renewal of the Rail Network123,792
889Road User Charges Investigation and Enforcement1,207
889Road User Charges Refunds2,706
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
889Bad Debt Provision - Motor Vehicle Registration/Licences and Road User Charges22,000
889Community Connect Programme4,380
889Housing Infrastructure Fund - Fair Value Write Down22,419
889KiwiRail Holidays Act Remediation(1,100)
890Maintaining Airfreight Capacity300
890National Land Transport Programme Loan 2021 - 2024: Fair Value Write-down127,000
890Shovel ready project funding - Rail1,661
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
890Capital Investment Package - Roads, Walking and Cycling(381,053)
890Clean Car Standard - Capital(1,500)
890Clean Vehicle Discount Scheme - capital investment in Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency3,800
891Rail - KiwiRail Equity Injection4,153
891Rail - KiwiRail Equity Injection for Transfer of Auckland City Rail Link Assets200,000
891Rail - KiwiRail Holdings Limited(136,240)
Multi-Category
891Capital Investment Package - Operating33,000
891COVID‑19 - NLTF Funding for Cost Pressures and Revenue Shocks171,185
892Reinstatement of the South Island Transport Corridors2,500
892SuperGold Card Enhanced Public Transport Concessions Scheme13
892Tuawhenua Provincial Growth Fund - Transport Projects(24,588)
WomenDepartmental Output Expenses
942Improving the Lives of New Zealand Women3,604

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 SafetyNon‑Departmental Other Expenses
6Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse GasesBalance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)1,010In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
6Sustainable Food and Fibre FuturesBalance of period from 1 October 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)12,000In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Arts, Culture and HeritageDepartmental Output Expenses
40Cultural Diplomacy International ProgrammeBalance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)(2,611)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
40Establishment of New Public Media EntityPeriod from 1 April 2022 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)38,300
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
40New Zealand Screen Production Grant - New ZealandBalance of period from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)72,529In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2021/22 Estimates) Act 2021
40Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF)Balance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2023 (inclusive)1,076In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Multi-Category
41Policy Advice, Monitoring of Funded Agencies and Ministerial ServicesBalance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)1,405In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Building and ConstructionNon‑Departmental Other Expenses
80Residential Earthquake-Prone Buildings Financial Assistance Scheme: Fair value write downBalance of period from 1 November 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)1,300In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Business, Science and InnovationDepartmental Output Expenses
111Communications: Pacific Cyber Security InitiativesBalance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)860In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
111Economic and Regional Development: Operational support for Grants and Crown investmentsBalance of period from 15 September 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)(1,500)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Non‑Departmental Output Expenses
112Economic Development: Assistance with Hosting of the 36th America’s CupBalance of period from 1 April 2018 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)(2,700)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2018, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
112Energy and Resources: Advice on Viable Energy Storage ProjectsBalance of period from 20 July 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)(433)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
114Research and Development Growth GrantsBalance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)(26,000)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 (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
114Research, Science and Innovation: National Science ChallengesBalance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)(17,974)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020
114Targeted Business Research and Development FundingBalance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)36,000In 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 (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
114Economic and Regional Development: 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2020-2024Balance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive) (but see section 7(12) of this Act)(24,600)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
115Economic Development: Major Events Development Fund 2017-2022Balance of period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)(9,000)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 (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
115Energy and Resources: Accelerating Energy Efficiency and Fuel Switching in Industry 2021-2025Balance of period from 1 December 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)25,000In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
116Energy and Resources: National New-Energy Development Centre 2022-2026Period from 31 October 2021 to 30 June 2026 (inclusive)11,000
116Infrastructure: Telecommunications Development Levy Funded Procurement - Telecommunications Infrastructure InvestmentBalance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)1,583In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020
116Research, Science and Innovation: In-year payments fair value write-down and impairmentPeriod from 1 April 2022 to 30 June 2026 (inclusive)187,236
116Sport and Recreation: 2023 FIFA Women’s World CupPeriod from 1 February 2022 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)39,100
116Tourism: Recovery from COVID‑19 2021-2023Balance of period from 1 April 2021 to 30 June 2023 (inclusive)(15,000)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
117Economic and Regional Development: Infrastructure Capital Expenditure InvestmentBalance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive) (but see section 7(13) of this Act)(8,137)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
117Economic and Regional Development: Infrastructure Investment Provincial Growth Fund LimitedBalance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive) (but see section 7(14) of this Act)(41,057)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
117Economic and Regional Development: Investment in Crown-owned Companies for InfrastructureBalance of period from 15 March 2021 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)18,390In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
117Economic and Regional Development: Investment in Crown-owned Companies for Waste and Resource Recovery InfrastructureBalance of period from 15 March 2021 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)(18,000)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
118Research, Science and Innovation: In-year payments loansPeriod from 1 April 2022 to 30 June 2026 (inclusive)583,500
ConservationNon‑Departmental Output Expenses
221Predator Free New ZealandBalance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)500In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
CustomsDepartmental Output Expenses
271COVID‑19 - Maritime ResponseBalance of period from 1 September 2020 to 30 June 2023 (inclusive)41,550In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
271Traveller Declaration System DevelopmentPeriod from 1 September 2021 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)42,300
EnvironmentNon‑Departmental Output Expenses
353Freshwater Improvement FundBalance of period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)38,020In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
FinanceNon‑Departmental Other Expenses
377Shovel Ready Project Funding - Crown Infrastructure PartnersBalance of period from 1 August 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)54,538In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
377Shovel Ready Project Funding - Ōtākaro LimitedBalance of period from 1 August 2020 to 30 June 2025 (inclusive)(2,138)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Non‑Departmental Capital Expenditure
378COVID‑19: Loans to Air New ZealandBalance of period from 23 March 2020 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)(500,000)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
378Crown Infrastructure Partners Limited - Equity InjectionBalance of period from 9 April 2018 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)(258,867)In reduction of the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2018, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2019
378Crown Standby Loan Facility for Air New ZealandPeriod from 1 March 2022 to 30 June 2026 (inclusive)400,000
378Local Government Funding Agency Liquidity FacilityPeriod from 14 April 2022 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)1,500,000
379Participation in Dividend Reinvestment Plans by the Mixed Ownership Model CompaniesBalance of period from 14 February 2018 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)50,000In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2017/18 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2018
Multi-Category
379Policy Advice and Financial ServicesBalance of period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)42,251In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
381Earthquake Commission - On-Sold Canterbury PropertiesBalance of period from 1 September 2019 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)180,000In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2019/20 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2020, as varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Foreign AffairsDepartmental Output Expenses
412Hosting APEC 2021Balance of period from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2022 (inclusive)590In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2018/19 Estimates) Act 2018 for Vote Foreign Affairs and Trade, as most recently varied by section 7 of the Appropriation (2020/21 Supplementary Estimates) Act 2021
Non‑Departmental Other Expenses
412International Development CooperationBalance of period from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2024 (inclusive)471,905In addition to the authority provided by section 7 of the Appropriation (2021/22 Estimates) Act 2021