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FINANCIAL REPORT NORTHERN TERRITORY ELECTORAL COMMISSION NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS For the year ended 30 June 2007 NTEC ANNUAL REPORT 2006-07 PAGE 44 OF 48 3. OPERATING STATEMENT BY OUTPUT GROUP As the Commission only has the one Output Group, Electoral Services, reference should be made to the Commissions Operating Statement. 2007 $'000 2006 $'000 4. GOODS AND SERVICES RECEIVED FREE OF CHARGE Corporate and Information Services 261 199 261 199 5. PURCHASES OF GOODS AND SERVICES The net surplus/(deficit) has been arrived at after charging the following expenses: Goods and Services Expenses: Consultants (1) 6 0 Advertising (2) 33 1 Marketing and Promotion (3) 11 61 Document Production 11 26 Legal Expenses (4) 10 6 Recruitment (5) 9 1 Training and Study 5 0 Official Duty Fares 39 109 Travelling Allowance 37 19 (1) Includes marketing, promotion and IT consultants. (2) Does not include recruitment advertising or marketing and promotion advertising. (3) Includes advertising for marketing and promotion but excludes marketing and promotion consultants expenses, which are incorporated in the consultants category. (4) Includes legal fees, claim and settlement costs. (5) Includes recruitment related advertising costs. 6. CASH AND DEPOSITS Cash on Hand 11 11 Cash at Bank (9) 42 2 53 7. RECEIVABLES Current Other Receivables 17 8 Total Receivables 17 8
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