Australian National Preventive Health Agency

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Section 1: Agency Overview and Resources

1.1 Strategic Direction

The Australian Government established the Australian National Preventive Health Agency (ANPHA) on 1 January 2011 to provide a new national capacity to drive preventive health policy and programs. ANPHA will provide policy leadership and establish partnerships with governments, community health promotion organisations, industry and primary health care providers.

The need for a national preventive health agency to drive the preventive health agenda was identified by the Council of Australian Governments in 2008,1 and further developed in the Government’s response to the National Preventative Health Taskforce’s report,2 and the report of the National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission.3 ANPHA will fulfil this national commitment by leading, coordinating and facilitating a range of preventive health efforts.

In particular, ANPHA is leading the major social marketing campaigns on smoking and obesity, and establishing a national preventive health research strategy and program to focus on the translation of research into practice. ANPHA will also manage, analyse and disseminate information for a wide range of sectors and communities to ensure widespread and effective adoption of prevention and health promotion actions.

ANPHA is a prescribed agency under the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997, and its role and functions are set out in the Australian National Preventive Health Agency Act 2010. The Chief Executive Officer leads ANPHA, and is supported by the staff and an Advisory Council of experts and other government representatives.

Agency Outcomes:

Outcome 1 :A reduction in the prevalence of preventable disease, including through research and evaluation to build the evidence base for future action, and by managing lifestyle education campaigns and developing partnerships with non-government sectors.

1.2 Agency Resource Statement

The Agency Resource Statement details the resourcing for the Australian National Preventive Health Agency at Additional Estimates. Table 1.1 outlines the total resourcing available from all sources for the 2011-12 Budget year, including variations through Appropriation Bills No.3 and No.4, special appropriations and special accounts.

1 - COAG Communique, 29 November 2008.
2 - National Preventative Health Taskforce (2009) Australia: The Healthiest Country by 2020 – National Preventative Health Strategy – the roadmap for action. Commonwealth of Australia.
3 - National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission A Healthier Future for all Australians Final Report June 2009. Commonwealth of Australia.

Table 1.1: Australian National Preventive Health Agency resource statement — Additional estimates for 2011-12 as at Additional Estimates February 2012

Estimate as at budget 2011-12
$000
Proposed additional estimates 2011-12
$000
Total Estimates at AEs 2011-12
$000
Total available appropriation 2010-11
$000

Ordinary annual services

Departmental appropriation

Prior year departmental Appropriation1
1,790
-
1,790
-
Departmental appropriation2
5,117
1,798
6,915
1,826
s31 Relevant agency receipts
-
-
-
-

Total

6,907
1,798
8,705
1,826

Administered resources2

Outcome 13
36,948
20,035
56,983
33,803

Total

36,948
20,035
56,983
33,803

Total ordinary annual services

43,855
21,833
65,688
35,629

Other services4

Departmental non-operating

Equity injections
-
-
-
-
Previous years' programs
-
-
-
-

Total

-
-
-
-

Total other services

-
-
-
-

Total available annual appropriations

43,855
21,833
65,688
35,629

Total appropriations excluding Special Accounts

43,855
21,833
65,688
35,629
Opening balance2
11,809
-
11,809
-
Appropriation receipts
-
-
-
11,809
Non-appropriation receipts to Special Accounts
-
-
-
-

Total Special Account

11,809
-
11,809
11,809

Total resourcing

55,664
21,833
77,497
47,438
Less appropriations drawn from annual or special appropriations above and credited to Special Accounts and/or CAC Act bodies through annual appropriations
-
-
-
11,809

Total net resourcing for ANPHA

55,664
21,833
77,497
35,629

1 - The estimate of prior year amounts available consituties opening balance at bank and appropriation receivable. The estimate at Budget has been revised to reflect the 2010-11 Annual Report.
2 - Appropriation Bill (No 1 & 3) 2011-12.
3 - The proposed additional estimates includes $11.823 million for a transfer under s32 of the FMA Act from the Department of Health and Ageing for the National Binge Drinking Strategy.
4 - Appropriation Bill (No 2 & 4) 2011-12.

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1.3 Agency Measures Table

Table 1.2 summarises new Government measures taken since the 2011-12 Budget.

Table 1.2: Agency 2011-12 Measures since Budget

This table is not applicable to ANPHA.


1.4 Additional Estimates and Variations

The following tables detail the changes to the resourcing for the Australian National Preventive Health Agency at Additional Estimates, by outcome. Table 1.3 details the Additional Estimates and variations resulting from new measures since the 2011-12 Budget in Appropriation Bills No.3 and No.4. Table 1.4 details Additional Estimates or variations through other factors, such as parameter adjustments.

Table 1.3: Additional estimates and variations to outcomes from measures since 2011-12 Budget

This table is not applicable to ANPHA.

Table 1.4: Additional estimates and variations to outcomes from other variations

2011-12
$'000
2012-13
$'000
2013-14
$'000
2014-15
$'000

Program 1.1: Preventive Health

Changes to administered appropriations

Appropriation Bill No.3
National Binge Drinking Strategy, Social Marketing
Tobacco, Social Marketing Measure Up - transfer to departmental funding
(1,798)
(350)
(350)
-
National Healthy Workplace Employer Awards Program - transfer from the Department of Health and Ageing
480
490
500
530
National Binge Drinking Strategy - transfer from the Department of Health and Ageing
9,530
National Binge Drinking Strategy - s32 transfer from the Department of Health and Ageing
11,823
14,323
14,324
Price parameter adjustments1
-
50
52
-
20,035
14,513
14,526
530

Changes to departmental appropriations

Appropriation Bill No.3
National Binge Drinking Strategy, Social Marketing
Tobacco, Social Marketing Measure Up - transfer from administered funding
1,798
350
350
-
Price parameter adjustments1
-
5
11
5
Efficiency dividend adjustments1
(140)
(144)
(136)
1,798
215
217
(131)

1 - See explanation in glossary.

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1.5 Breakdown of Additional Estimates by Appropriation Bill

The following tables detail the Additional Estimates sought for the Australian National Preventive Health Agency through Appropriation Bills No.3 and No.4.

Table 1.5: Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2011-12

2010-11 Available
$'000
2011-12 Budget
$'000
2011-12 Revised
$'000
Additional estimates
$'000
Transfer1
$'000

Administered Items

Outcome 1

Preventive Health
33,803
36,948
56,983
8,212
11,823

Departmental Items

Outcome 1

Preventive Health
1,826
5,117
6,915
1,798
-

Total Appropriation Bill No. 3

(Administered and Departmental)
35,629
42,065
63,898
10,010
11,823

1 - Transfer under s32 of the FMA Act for the National Binge Drinking Strategy from the Department of Health & Ageing.

Section 2: Revisions to Agency Resources and Planned Performance

2.1 Resources and Performance Information

The Australian National Preventive Health Agency works to achieve one outcome specified by government. There have been no changes to the performance information since the 2011-12 Health and Ageing Budget Statements (PBS). Refer to page 469 of the PBS for current performance information.

Table 2.1: Budgeted Expenses and Resources for Outcome 1

2010-11 Actuals
$'000
2011-12 Revised budget
$'000
2012-13 Forward year 1
$'000
2013-14 Forward year 2
$'000
2014-15 Forward year 3
$'000

Program 1.1: Preventive Health

Administered expenses
Administered expenses1
25,520
56,983
51,924
53,075
39,850
Departmental expenses
Departmental appropriation2
1,478
6,915
5,467
5,607
5,307

Total expenses

26,998
63,898
57,391
58,682
45,157

1 - Administered expenses in 2011-12 and following years include National Binge Drinking Strategy program amounts transferred through a section 32 direction.
2 - Departmental appropriation combines 'Ordinary annual services (Appropriation Bill No 1)' and Revenue from independent sources (s31)'.

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2011-12 Budget
2011-12 Revised

Average Staffing Level

34
38

Section 3: Explanatory Tables and Budgeted Financial Statements

3.1 Explanatory Tables

Estimates of special account flows

Special accounts provide a means to set aside and record amounts used for specified purposes. Table 3.1.1 shows the expected additions (receipts) and reductions (payments) for each account used by the Australian National Preventive Health Agency. The corresponding table in the 2011-12 PB Statements is Table 3.1.2.

Table 3.1.1: Estimates of special account flows

Outcome
Opening balance 2011-12
2010-11
$'000
Appropriation receipts 2011-12
2010-11
$'000
Other receipts 2011-12
2010-11
$'000
Payments 2011-12
2010-11
$'000
Closing balance 2011-12
2010-11
$'000
ANPHA Special Account1 (A)1
11,809
-
-
-
11,809
-
11,809
-
-
11,809

Total Special Accounts 2011-12 Estimate

11,809
-
-
-
11,809
Total Special Accounts 2010-11 actual
-
11,809
-
-
11,809

A = Administered
1 - Australian National Preventive Health Agency - s21 FMA Act.


3.2 Budgeted Financial Statements

ANPHA’s financial position remains largely consistent with that detailed in the 2011-12 Portfolio Budget Statements. The major differences are the inclusion of the 2010-11 actual result, and finalisation of the National Binge Drinking Strategy Expansion transfer from the Department of Health and Ageing to ANPHA.

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Table 3.2.1: Budgeted departmental Comprehensive Income Statement (Showing Net Cost of Services) for the period ended 30 June
Actual 2010-11
$'000
Revised Budget 2011-12
$'000
Forward estimate 2012-13
$'000
Forward estimate 2013-14
$'000
Forward estimate 2014-15
$'000

EXPENSES

Employee benefits
130
5,493
4,045
4,045
3,695
Supplier expenses
1,348
1,422
1,422
1,562
1,612
Depreciation and amortisation
-
-
-
-
-

Total expenses

1,478
6,915
5,467
5,607
5,307

LESS:

OWN-SOURCE INCOME

Revenue

Sale of goods and rendering of services
-
-
-
-
-

Total revenue

-
-
-
-
-

Gains

Other gains
40
-
-
-
-

Total gains

40
-
-
-
-

Total own-source income

40
-
-
-
-

Net cost of (contribution by) services

1,438
6,915
5,467
5,607
5,307
Revenue from Government
1,826
6,915
5,467
5,607
5,307

Surplus (Deficit)

388
-
-
-
-

Surplus (Deficit) attributable to the Australian Government

388
-
-
-
-

Other Comprehensive Income

Changes in asset revaluation reserves
-
-
-
-
-
Total other comprehensive Income
-
-
-
-
-

Total comprehensive income (loss) attributable to the Australian Government

388
-
-
-
-

Note: Reconciliation of comprehensive income attributable to the agency

Total comprehensive income (loss) attributable to the Australian Government

388
-
-
-
-
plus non-appropriated expenses depreciation and amortisation expenses
-
-
-
-
-

Total comprehensive income attributable to the agency

388
-
-
-
-

Table 3.2.2: Budgeted departmental balance sheet (as at 30 June)

Actual 2010-11
$'000
Revised Budget 2011-12
$'000
Forward estimate 2012-13
$'000
Forward estimate 2013-14
$'000
Forward stimate 2014-15
$'000

ASSETS

Financial assets

Cash and cash equivalents
-
-
-
-
-
Receivables
1,921
1,241
1,243
1,245
1,247

Total financial assets

1,921
1,241
1,243
1,245
1,247

Non-financial assets

Land and buildings
-
-
-
-
-
Property, plant and equipment
-
-
-
-
-
Intangibles
-
-
-
-
-

Total non-financial assets

-
-
-
-
-

Total assets

1,921
1,241
1,243
1,245
1,247

LIABILITIES

Payables

Suppliers
1,521
83
83
83
83
Other
12

Total payables

1,533
83
83
83
83

Provisions

Employees
-
770
772
774
776

Total provisions

-
770
772
774
776

Total liabilities

1,533
853
855
857
859

Net Assets

388
388
388
38
388

EQUITY

Contributed equity
-
-
-
-
-
Retained surpluses or accumulated deficits
388
388
388
388
388

Total equity

388
388
388
388
388

Table 3.2.3: Departmental statement of changes in equity — summary of movement (Budget year 2011-12)

Retained earnings
$'000
Asset revaluation reserve
$'000
Other reserves
$'000
Contributed equity/capital
$'000
Total equity
$'000

Opening balance as at 1 July 2011

Balance carried forward from previous period
388
-
-
-
388
Surplus (deficit) for the period
-
-
-
-
-
Capital budget - Bill 1 (DCB)
-
-
-
-
-

Estimated closing balance as at 30 June 2012

388
-
-
-
388

DCB = Departmental Capital Budgets

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Table 3.2.4: Budgeted departmental statement of cash flows (as at 30 June)

Actual 2010-11 $'000
Revised budget 2011-12 $'000
Forward estimate
2012-13 $'000
Forward estimate 2013-14 $'000
Forward estimate 2014-15 $'000

OPERATING ACTIVITIES

Cash received

Appropriations
36
8,347
5,465
5,605
5,305
GST received
-
136
146
156
156
Cash received - other
-
750
-
-
-

Total cash received

36
9,233
5,611
5,761
5,461

Cash used

Employees
36
5,475
4,043
4,043
3,693
Suppliers
-
2,872
1,422
1,562
1,612
GST paid
-
136
146
156
156
Cash to the Official Public Account
-
750
-
-
-

Total cash used

36
9,233
5,611
5,761
5,461

operating activities

-
-
-
-
-

Investing Activities

Cash used

Purchase of property, plant and equipment
-
-
-
-
-

Total cash used

-
-
-
-
-

Net cash from (or used by) investing activities

-
-
-
-
-

Financing Activities

Cash received

Appropriations - contributed equity
-
-
-
-
-

Total cash received

-
-
-
-
-

Net cash from (or used by) financing activities

-
-
-
-
-

Net increase (or decrease) in cash held

-
-
-
-
-
Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the reporting period
-
-
-
-
-

Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the reporting period

-
-
-
-
-

Table 3.2.5: Capital Budget Statement — Departmental

This table is not applicable to ANPHA.


Table 3.2.6: Statement of Asset Movements (2011-12)

This table is not applicable to ANPHA.


Table 3.2.7: Schedule of budgeted income and expenses administered on behalf of government (for the period ended 30 June)

Actual 2010-11
$'000
Budget estimate 2011-12
$'000
Forward estimate 2012-13
$'000
Forward estimate 2013-14
$'000
Forward estimate 2014-15
$'000

Expenses administered on behalf of Government

Suppliers
25,520
33,233
34,634
35,764
36,280
Grants
-
23,750
17,290
17,311
3,570
Total expenses administered on behalf of Government
25,520
56,983
51,924
53,075
39,850
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Table 3.2.8: Schedule of budgeted assets and liabilities administered on behalf of government (as at 30 June)

Actual 2010-11
$'000
Budget estimate 2011-12
$'000
Forward estimate 2012-13
$'000
Forward estimate 2013-14
$'000
Forward estimate 2014-15
$'000

Assets administered on behalf of Government

Financial assets

Cash and cash equivalents
-
-
-
-
-
Receivables1
14,384
2,575
2,575
2,575
2,575

Total financial assets

14,384
2,575
2,575
2,575
2,575

Non Financial assets

Inventories
231
231
231
231
231

Total non financial assets

231
231
231
231
231

Total assets administered on behalf of Government

14,615
2,806
2,806
2,806
2,806

Liabilities administered on behalf of Government

Payables

Grants
-
-
-
-
-
Other
6,135
6,332
6,332
6,332
6,332

Total payables

6,135
6,332
6,332
6,332
6,332

Total liabilities administered on behalf of Government

6,135
6,332
6,332
6,332
6,332

1 - The administered actuals result for 2010-11 does not include the GST recievable ($0.018) on the amount of $0.179m. This amount ($0.018m) was accrued and reflected in ANPHA's 2010-11 financial statements following the financial statement audit.

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Table 3.2.9: Schedule of budgeted administered cash flows (for the period ended 30 June)

Actual 2010-11
$'000
Budget estimate 2011-12
$'000
Forward estimate 2012-13
$'000
Forward estimate 2013-14
$'000
Forward estimate 2014-15
$'000

Operating Activities

Cash received

GST received
-
3,229
3,306
3,350
3,350

Total cash received

-
3,229
3,306
3,350
3,350

Cash used

Supplier payments
21,994
33,233
34,634
35,764
36,280
Grant payments
-
23,750
17,290
17,311
3,570
GST paid
2,199
3,229
3,306
3,350
3,350

Total cash used

24,193
60,212
55,230
56,425
43,200
Net cash from (or used by) operating activities
(24,193)
(56,983)
(51,924)
(53,075)
(39,850)
Net increase (or decrease) in cash held
(24,193)
(56,983)
(51,924)
(53,075)
(39,850)
Cash at beginning of the reporting period
-
-
-
-
-
Cash from Official Public Account for:
- appropriations
36,002
56,983
51,924
53,075
39,850
Cash to Official Public Account for:
- special account
11,809
-
-
-
-

Cash at end of reporting period

-
-
-
-
-
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