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Expenditure administered by the Ministry = Te utunga i whakahaeretia e te Manatū

Expenditure administered by the Ministry = Te utunga i whakahaeretia e te Manatū

 

The table and chart below display the Vote structure in terms of appropriation types for 2009/10*:

 

The table below displays non-departmental output expenditure for 2009/10:

 

 

The chart below displays the proportion of funding from each non-departmental output to the total non-departmental output expenses:

Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage

In 2009/10 the Ministry incurred expenses of $13.545 million (GST exclusive) in the provision of services under the departmental outputs Heritage Services, International Cultural Diplomacy, and Policy Advice and Monitoring of Funded Agencies.

The Ministry also incurred the following expenditure against non-departmental appropriations administered on behalf of the Crown:

• Six outputs totalling $234.985 million for services supplied mainly by arts, heritage and broadcasting Crown entities: ballet, orchestral, museum, public broadcasting, film archive and Māori performing arts activities, protection for historic places, and the promotion and support of New Zealand films and the arts.

• Six other expenses appropriations totalling $13.396 million:

o; $2.789 million for New Zealand’s annual contribution to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

o; $526,000 for the development and maintenance of war graves, historic graves and monuments in New Zealand and overseas

o; $1.5 million one-off payment to the Hurunui District Council for work, including earthquake strengthening, required to bring the Nurses’ Hostel, Queen Mary Hospital, Hanmer Springs, to a stable state

o; $298,000 contribution to costs of design, land purchase and construction of the Kerikeri Heritage Bypass to protect nationally significant buildings (Kemp House and the Stone Store)

o; $8 million in grants to regional museums for capital construction projects

o; $284,000 towards the cost of Treaty commemorations held at Waitangi and communities elsewhere in New Zealand.

• $9 million capital contribution to the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa for ongoing capital expenditure for museum operations, exhibition research and development, and acquisition of collection items.

• $77,000 in capital works at the National War Memorial.

The Ministry was responsible for making payments for the services supplied under non-departmental appropriations, for ensuring that these appropriations were not exceeded, and for managing and monitoring on behalf of Ministers the Crown’s interests in these organisations.

Vote Sport and Recreation

In 2009/10 the Ministry incurred expenses of $98,000 (GST exclusive) in the provision of services under the departmental output Purchase Advice and Monitoring of Sport and Recreation Crown Entities.

The Ministry also administered the following non-departmental appropriations:

•  Three outputs totalling $57.218 million for services supplied by Drug Free Sport New Zealand and Sport and Recreation New Zealand (SPARC)

•  $4.25 million to Sport Education Scholarships to enable emerging and talented New Zealanders to pursue tertiary study and elite-level sport development concurrently

•  Miscellaneous grants totalling $44,000 to support sports-related initiatives, including participation in sport and recreation activities for groups, individuals and organisations that are unable to obtain support through organisations such as SPARC, local government and the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board

•  $300,000 to support activities connected to New Zealand’s campaign at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

The Ministry was responsible for making payments for the services supplied under non-departmental appropriations, for ensuring that these appropriations were not exceeded, and for managing and monitoring on behalf of Ministers the Crown’s interests in these organisations.

Accountabilities

The Chief Executive of the Ministry was accountable to the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage for the production of the outputs under Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage detailed in the Statement of Service Performance, and for the efficient use of the resources invested by the Crown in the Ministry. The Chief Executive of the Ministry was also accountable to the Minister for Sport and Recreation for the production of the outputs under Vote Sport and Recreation as detailed in the Statement of Service Performance. Negotiated services were also provided to the Minister of Broadcasting.


Updated on 23rd July 2015