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Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget



Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget

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55 Northern Territory Treasury Output Group/Output 2010-11 Estimate 2011-12 Budget $000 $000 Financial Management 7 462 7 020 Financial Management 7 462 7 020 Economic 73 925 75 382 Economic Services 7 763 7 648 Payments on Behalf of Government 66 162 67 734 Territory Revenue 18 052 19 690 Territory Revenue 7 630 7 990 Tax-Related Subsidies 10 422 11 700 Superannuation 4 146 4 130 Superannuation 4 146 4 130 Economic Regulation 1 214 1 196 Utilities Commission 1 214 1 196 Total Expenses 104 799 107 418 Appropriation Output 101 061 104 543 Capital 10 10 Commonwealth 1 037 270 2011-12 Staffing: 177 Agency Profile Treasury contributes to the achievement of the Northern Territory Governments economic, fiscal and social policies through analysis and advice on sustainable Government finances, strategic positioning and effective risk management of the Governments economic, commercial and revenue activities. Strategic Issues for 201112 Economic Sustainability There are a number of strategic issues that will influence the Territorys economic and fiscal circumstances: the recently announced review of the distribution of GST revenue that will have a significant bearing in the future on the level of the Territorys major revenue source; the increased complexity of Commonwealth/state intergovernmental financial arrangement, particularly the requirements of National Partnership agreements and associated performance targets and achievements in a range of areas including health reform; the continued constraints on commercial finance following the GFC that are affecting investment decisions in the Territory; national economic conditions leading to lower Territory revenues and a more constrained fiscal outlook; and

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