This part of the Statement of Intent of the State Services Commission (SSC) includes the financial statements for 2006/07. These set out how the SSC's role in leading and managing the Development Goals for the State Services, and the SSC's other business, will be funded.
For the year ending 30 June 2007 the SSC expects:
to earn $33.710 million in revenue from the Crown and $5.633 million from others for the purchase of services. These will be supplied under the four output classes, which are detailed in the Output Class Descriptions
to incur expenses of $39.343 million in providing these services.
In addition, the SSC administers on behalf of the Crown:
$4.566 million for the payment of benefits and other unrequited expenses.
$88.359 million for the payment of employers' contributions to the State Sector Retirement Savings Scheme.
$11.965 million for the payment of salaries and costs relating to the employment of Public Service chief executives and for the settlement of legal liabilities incurred by now-disestablished Public Service departments.
$866,000 for non-departmental outputs.
The SSC expects to collect, on behalf of the Crown, $11.020 million from government departments for reimbursement of the costs of chief executive salaries.
Details of what the appropriations will be spent on appear in Parts B, C, D and E of Vote State Services in the 2006/07 Estimates.