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Note 2.2: Administered – income

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2.2 Administered – income 1, 2

  Notes 2016 2015
  $'000 $'000

2.2A: Rendering of services

  7,467 7,239

Accounting policy

All administered revenues are revenues relating to ordinary activities performed by the Department on behalf of the Australian Government. As such, administered appropriations are not revenues of the individual entity that oversees distribution or expenditure of the funds as directed.

2.2B: Interest from loans to state and territory governments   1,728 6,072
2.2C: Dividends – Australian Government Solicitor 3   163 11,849
2.2D: Competitive neutrality – Australian Government Solicitor   1,201 2,775
2.2E: Recoveries – personal benefit recoveries 4   819 106
2.2F: Other non-taxation revenue          
Recovery of unspent grant funding   308 982
Torres Strait Regional Authority receipts   800 800
Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 receipts   21,068 21,273
Other revenue   3,323 5,070
Total other revenue   25,499 28,125

Notes

1 On 15 December 2014, the Government announced that it would consolidate the Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) within the Attorney-General’s Department with effect from 1 July 2015.

2 In accordance with the Administrative Arrangements Order of 21 September 2015, the Classification, Copyright and Arts and Cultural Development programs and functions were transferred to the Department of Communications and the Arts with effect from 1 November 2015. Accordingly, amounts shown for 2015–16 include revenue for these functions to 31 October 2015 and may be materially different to the comparative shown in the 2014–15 financial year.

3 In June 2016, AGS paid a final dividend for 2014–15.

4 The Department has an arrangement with the Department of Human Services (DHS) to provide claiming channels and claim processing arrangements in respect of disaster recovery payments. The amount of $0.819m (2015: $0.106m) represents the value of overpayments recovered by DHS.

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