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 Note 9: Other information

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9.1 Restructuring

9.1A: Departmental restructuring

 
2018
Functions relinquished:  
National security policy and operations, law enforcement policy and operations, protective services at Commonwealth establishments and diplomatic and consular premises in Australia, critical infrastructure protection co-ordination, Commonwealth emergency management, natural disaster relief, recovery and mitigation policy and financial assistance including payments to the states and territories and the Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment 1  
  $'000
Functions relinquished to the Department of Home Affairs  
Assets relinquished  
Receivables 5,706
Appropriation receivable 17,514
Land and buildings 12,337
Property, plant and equipment 10,732
Heritage and cultural 430
Intangibles 18,038
Other non-financial assets 311
Total assets relinquished 65,068
   
Liabilities relinquished  
Supplier payables (3,691)
Other payables (3,776)
Employee provisions (13,312)
Total liabilities relinquished (20,779)
Net assets relinquished2 44,289

1In accordance with the Administrative Arrangements Orders of 20 December 2017 and 10 May 2018, national security, commonwealth emergency management, natural disaster relief and Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment programs and functions were transferred to the Department of Home Affairs.

2The net assets relinquished from all entities were $44.289m (2016-17: nil).

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9.1B: Administered restructuring

 
2018
Functions relinquished:  
National security policy and operations, law enforcement policy and operations, protective services at Commonwealth establishments and diplomatic and consular premises in Australia, critical infrastructure protection co-ordination, Commonwealth emergency management, natural disaster relief, recovery and mitigation policy and financial assistance including payments to the states and territories and the Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment1  
  $'000
Functions relinquished to the Department of Home Affairs  
Assets relinquished  
Receivables 105,113
Property, plant and equipment 1,880
Intangibles 318
Other non-financial assets 922
Total assets relinquished 108,233
   
Liabilities relinquished  
Supplier payables (5,505)
Total liabilities relinquished (5,505)
Net assets relinquished2 102,728

11. In accordance with the Administrative Arrangements Orders of 20 December 2017 and 10 May 2018, national security, commonwealth emergency management, natural disaster relief and Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment programs and functions were transferred to the Department of Home Affairs.

2The net assets relinquished from all entities were $102.728m (2016-17: nil).

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9.2: Administered - impact of Royal Commissions on the 2017-18 administered financial statements

9.2A: Details of Royal Commission financial activities included in the 2017-18 administered schedule of comprehensive income

Administered (excluding Royal Commissions)
$'000
RCIRCSA 1
$'000
RCDCNT2
$'000
RCBSFS3
$'000
Total
$'000
EXPENSES          
Employee benefits 492 11,404 2,081 2,597 16,574
Suppliers 43,669 11,958 8,509 12,608 76,744
Subsidy to Law Courts Limited 3,246 3,246
Personal benefits 3,746 3 30 23 3,802
Grants 294,887 294,887
Depreciation and amortisation 922 1,441 34 2,397
Write-down and impairment of assets and other expenses 199 30 13,896 14,125
Payments to corporate Commonwealth entities 14,391 14,391
Total expenses administered on behalf of Government 361,552 24,836 24,516 15,262 426,166
           
INCOME          
Non-taxation revenue          
Rendering of services 4,733 28 7,064 11,825
Interest from loans to state and territory governments 2,327 2,327
Competitive neutrality - Australian Government Solicitor 3,657 3,657
Recoveries - personal benefit recoveries 222 222
Other non-taxation revenue 8,170 8,170
Total income 19,109 28 7,064 26,201

1At 15 December 2017 the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (RCIRCSA) ceased.

2At 17 November 2017 the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory (RCDCNT) ceased.

3The department is responsible for maintaining the ongoing operations of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (RCBSFS).

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