Annual Report 2016-2017 Department of Primary Industry and Resources
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STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW - SUMMARY 2016-17 $000 Cash at 1 July 2016 2 159 Receipts 95 453 Payments (89 302) Proceeds from the Sale of Assets 5 Purchase of Assets (605) Net Deposits Received 39 370 Repayment of Advances 1 000 Repayment of Borrowings (1 000) Net Equity Injections/(Withdrawals) (5 673) Cash at 30 June 2017 41 407 The Cash Flow Statement provides information on the movement of cash in and out of the department during the year. The cash balance of $41.41 million at year end predominantly relates to the transfer of cash held in the AOTA in the former DME for Mining Securities, the Securities Levy and Aboriginal Land Rents. Figures in the Cash Flow Statement vary from those in the Comprehensive Operating Statement as the Cash Flow Statement includes only cash transactions, whereas the Operating Statement includes non-cash items such as depreciation, annual non-cash adjustments to employee entitlements and services received free of charge from DCIS. Further details on the Cash Flow Statement can be found in Note 19. 164 // ANNUAL REPORT 2016-17 / Department of Primary Industry and Resources
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