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Reconciliation of multi-year appropriations

For the year ended 30 June 2013

A multi-year appropriation was established from 1 July 2007 to 30 June 2012, to provide for flexibility in planning for the 2011 Census of Population and Dwellings as a single programme over a five-year cycle.

Following the deferral of the 2011 Census due to the Christchurch earthquakes, and the decision to hold a subsequent census in 2013, a 2013 Census of Population and Dwellings Multi-Year Appropriation was established from 1 October 2011.

Costs associated with the 2013 Census that were incurred before the establishment of this appropriation, that is, from 1 July 2011 to 30 September 2011, amount to $1,541,000 and were charged against the multi-class output appropriation, in the population, social, and labour force statistical information services output class, in 2011/12.

2011 Census of Population and Dwellings

2013 Census of Population and Dwellings

 $000

 $000

Appropriation, adjustment, and use    
Original appropriation

73,193

72,045

Adjustment for 2007/08

5,000

-

Adjustment for 2008/09

10,413

-

Adjustment for 2010/11

(11,011)

-

Adjustment for 2011/12

(12,575)

-

Adjustment for 2012/13

 -

 -

Total adjusted appropriation

65,020

72,045

Actual expenses in 2007/08

(2,043)

-

Actual expenses in 2008/09

(6,901)

-

Actual expenses in 2009/10

(11,806)

-

Actual expenses in 2010/11 

 (44,072)

 -

Actual expenses in 2011/12 

 (198)

(6,340)

Actual expenses 2012/13

 -

(53,280)

Total actual expenses 

 (65,020)

 (59,620)

Balance of appropriation 

 -

12,425

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The accompanying accounting policies and notes form part of these financial statements.

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