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Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements 2009-10

How to read the Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements

The Defence Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements are presented in three parts, as outlined below:

User guide & Portfolio Overview

[User Guide & Portfolio Overview PDF - 964 KB]

The portfolio overview outlines the responsibilities of the portfolio, lists the relevant agencies and Ministers and the resources available.

Part One - Department of Defence

[P1 Department PDF - 3.24 MB]

Section One: Defence overview and resources

Section One provides an update on the Defence organisational structure, as well as revised information about Defence resourcing, capital budget and workforce.

Section Two: Outcomes and planned performance

Section Two provides an updated overview of Defence outcomes and output programs for 2009-10. Each outcome has a revised resource statement and performance indicator information, presented by output program.

Section Three: Explanatory Tables and Budgeted Financial Statements

This section includes updated explanatory tables and budgeted financial statements.

Part Two - Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)

[P2 DMO PDF - 1.86 MB]
Section One: Agency overview and resources

Section One provides an agency overview, Senior executive changes, and workforce summary.

Section Two: Revisions to Agency Resources and planned performance

Section Two provides a revised overview of the DMO’s Outcome and performance information, including the Top 30 projects.

Section Three: Explanatory Tables and Budgeted Financial Statements

This section includes updated explanatory tables and budget financial statements.

Part Three - Defence Housing Australia

[P3 DHA PDF - 833 KB]

Part Three details changes to the DHA Board and Advisory Committee.

Entire PAES document

[PAES PDF - 4.56 MB]

Styles and conventions used

Figures in tables in the text may be rounded. Discrepancies in tables between totals and sums of components are due to rounding. Negative figures are presented in two ways in this document – by bracketed figures in the financial statements, and by a minus sign elsewhere in the document.