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Portfolio Budget Statements 2006-07, Prime Minister and Cabinet

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Portfolio Budget Statements 2006-07, Prime Minister and Cabinet ...

    statements Ombudsman

     Agency Budget Statements Budgeted financial

    OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR-GENERAL

    OF INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY

    Section 1: Overview ................................................................................... 195 Section 2: Resources for 200607 ............................................................. 196 2.1 Appropriations and other receipts .................................................................. 196 2.2 200607 Budget measures ............................................................................ 198 2.3 Other resources available to be used ............................................................ 199 2.4 Movement of administered funds from 200506 to 200607 ........................ 199 2.5 Special appropriations .................................................................................... 199 2.6 Special accounts ............................................................................................ 199 2.7 Administered capital and departmental equity injections and loans .............. 200 Section 3: Outcomes .................................................................................. 201 3.1 Summary of outcomes and contribution to outcomes .................................... 201 3.2 Outcomesdepartmental and administered ................................................. 202 3.3 Outcomes and performance ........................................................................... 203 Section 4: Other reporting requirements .................................................. 205 4.1 Purchaserprovider arrangements................................................................. 205 4.2 Cost recovery arrangements .......................................................................... 205 4.3 Australian Government Indigenous Expenditure ........................................... 205 Section 5: Budgeted financial statements ................................................ 206 Analysis of budgeted financial statements .................................................................. 206 Budgeted financial statements tables ......................................................................... 209 Notes to the financial statements ................................................................................ 215

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    Agency Budget Statements Overview OIGIS

    OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR-GENERAL

    OF INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY Section 1: Overview

    The planned outcome for the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and

    Security is assurance that Australia’s intelligence agencies act legally, ethically and with

    propriety. The office assists in maintaining an environment in which this outcome is

    achieved, and in encouraging public confidence that this is the case.

    The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security independently oversights and

    reviews activities of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), the

    Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS), the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD),

    the Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO), the Defence Imagery and Geospatial

    Organisation (DIGO) and the Office of National Assessments (ONA). The purpose of

    the oversight and review is to ensure that the agencies act legally and with propriety,

    comply with ministerial guidelines and directives, and respect human rights.

    The office was established in 1987 under the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security

    Act 1986. The Inspector-General inquires into and inspects the activities of the agencies,

    which includes, amongst other activities, investigating complaints made against the

    agencies.

    Table 1.1: Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security outcomes

    and output groups

    Outcome Description Output groups Outcome 1 Output 1 Assurance that The role of the office is to provide assurance Inspect, inquire into, and Australias intelligence to the government and the public that the report on, the activities of agencies act legally, intelligence agencies are engaged only in the intelligence and ethically and with those activities that they should be engaged security agencies. propriety in, and that the agencies conduct these activities properly.

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    Section 2: Resources for 200607 Agency Budget Statements Resources OIGIS

    The total appropriation for the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and

    Security in the 200607 Budget is $1.485 million.

    2.1 APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER RECEIPTS Table 2.1 shows the total receipts from all sources for 200607, including appropriations. The table summarises how receipts will be applied by outcome,

    separated into departmental and administered classifications.

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    197 Table 2.1: Appropriations and other receipts 200607 (’000)

    Departmental (a)Administered (b)

    Agency/Outcome/AppropriationAppropriationSpecialReceiptsAppropriationAppropriation Bill No. 2SpecialReceiptsTotalNon-operatingBill No. 1Bill No. 2 AppropriationBill No. 1SPPsOther Appropriation(a)$'000$'000$'000$'000$'000$'000$'000$'000$'000$'000Outcome 11,485 - - - - - - - - 1,485 Equity injections- - - - - - - - - - Loans- - - - - - - - - - Previous years'- - - - - - - - - - outputsAdministered assets- - - - - - - - - - and liabilitiesSpecial capital- - - - - - - - - - AppropriationTOTAL -1,485 - - - - - - - 1,485

     OIGIS

    Agency Budget Statements Resources a Departmental and administered receipts from other sources (that is, other than appropriation amounts) that are available to be used (does not include resources provided free of charge). b Includes new administered expenses and administered assets and liabilities. Notes: 1. Under the appropriation structure, Bill No. 2 includes Specific Purpose Payments (SPPs), new agency outcomes (NAOs), administered capital and departmental capital via departmental injections and loans. 2. Refer to Budgeted Income Statement for application of agency revenue.

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    OIGIS

     Agency Budget Statements Resources 2.2 200607 BUDGET MEASURES

    Budget measures relating to the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security as explained in Budget Paper No. 2 are

    summarised in Table 2.2. The table also identifies the relevant outcome and output associated with each measure.

    Table 2.2 Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security measures

    MeasureOutcomeOutput2006–072007–082008–092009–10groups($'000)($'000)($'000)($'000)affectedAdminDeptAdminDeptAdminDeptAdminDeptitemsoutputsTotalitemsoutputsTotalitemsoutputsTotalitemsoutputsTotal

    National Security - 114294296886888468461,0431,043Increasing the resourcingfor the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security

    Total4294296886888468461,0431,043

    Agency Budget Statements ResourcesOIGIS

    2.3 OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO BE USED Table 2.3 provides details of resources obtained by the Office of the Inspector-General

    of Intelligence and Security for provision of goods or services. These resources are in

    addition to those in Table 2.1.

    Table 2.3 provides a description of resources received free of charge by the providing

    agency. In 200607, there is a $25,000 increase in resources received free of charge

    which reflects the increased value of the office space provided to the office by the

    Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. The increase is due to the planned

    relocation of the office to the department’s new premises in December 2006. Table 2.3: Other resources available to be used

    EstimatedBudget

    resourcesestimate

    2005–062006–07

    $'000$'000Departmental resources

    Resources received free of charge:

     Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

     office space52 77

     Australian National Audit Office

     audit of financial statements14 14

     Defence Signals Directorate

     ongoing maintenance of internal secure communications network2 2 Total departmental other resources available to be used 9368

    2.4 MOVEMENT OF ADMINISTERED FUNDS FROM 200506

    TO 200607

    The office has no administered items.

    2.5 SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS

    The office has no special appropriations.

    2.6 SPECIAL ACCOUNTS

    Special accounts provide a means to set aside and record amounts used for specified

    purposes. Special Accounts can be created by a Finance Minister’s Determination

    under the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997. These Determinations may

    be disallowed by the Parliament. Special Accounts can also be established by the

    passage of separate legislation. Abolition of Special Accounts requires a Determination

    to be made by the Finance Minister or, for those accounts established by legislation, by

    repeal of the legislation in whole or part.

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    Agency Budget Statements Resources OIGIS The office has two special accounts:

    ? Services for other Government and Non-Agency Bodies Account (s. 20 FMA Act

    1997)

    ? Other Trust Moneys Account (s. 20 FMA Act 1997). 2.7 ADMINISTERED CAPITAL AND DEPARTMENTAL EQUITY

    The accounts have zero balances and have never been active. INJECTIONS AND LOANS The office does not have any administered capital, departmental equity injections or

    loans in the 200607 Budget.

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    Agency Budget Statements Outcomes OIGIS

    Section 3: Outcomes

    Agencies are required to plan, budget and report under an outcomes structure.

    Agencies produce outputs (departmental items) and may also administer activities and

    programmes on behalf of the government (administered items). This section explains

    how the resources identified in Section 2 will be used to produce the output that

    delivers the one outcome for the Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and

    Security.

    Later in this section, resources are related to outcomes, outputs and key performance

    information, such as targets/indicators.

    3.1 SUMMARY OF OUTCOMES AND CONTRIBUTION TO OUTCOMES

    The relationship between activities of the Office of the Inspector-General of

    Intelligence and Security and the outcomes is summarised in Figure 1.

    The difference between the total price of outputs and the departmental outcomes

    appropriation shown in Figure 1 is the resources received free of charge (earlier

    itemised in Table 2.3). The total price of outputs is intended to reflect the full cost of

    delivering the office’s outcome.

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    Agency Budget Statements Outcomes OIGIS

    Figure 1: Contributions to outcomes

    Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security

    Inspector-General: Mr Ian Carnell

    Total price of outputs $1,578,000

    Departmental outcomes appropriation $1,485,000

    Outcome 1

    Assurance that Australia’s intelligence agencies act legally, ethically and with

    propriety.

    Total price $1,578,000

    Approp $1,485,000

    Output 1 –

    Inspect, inquire into, and report on, the activities of the

    intelligence and security agencies

    (100% of resources)

    Total price $1,578,000

    Approp $1,485,000

3.2 OUTCOMESDEPARTMENTAL AND ADMINISTERED

    Departmental appropriations by outcome

    The office has one outcome only. Therefore, a graphical representation of departmental

    appropriations by outcome has not been provided.

    Administered appropriations by outcome

    The office has no administered appropriations.

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