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Outcome 3

Public understanding in Australia and overseas of Australia’s foreign and trade policy and a positive image of Australia internationally

OUTPUT 3.1
Public information services and public diplomacy

EFFECTIVENESS
Public information and media services on Australia’s foreign and trade policy
Projecting a positive image of Australia internationally
Freedom of Information and archival research and clearance
QUALITY AND QUANTITY
ADMINISTERED ITEMS
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Deputy Director of the department’s Tasmanian State Office, Martin Randle, promoted exports at AGFEST, Tasmania’s largest agricultural show, in May 2003.
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Australian Ambassador to Thailand, Miles Kupa, hosted a reception for the premiere of the film, Lantana, to mark the start of the 2nd Australian Film Festival in Thailand in May 2003. The festival was organised in cooperation with EGV Entertainment Plc and FM 107 Right Radio. From left, Mr Jackie Russell, Program Director of FM 107 Right Radio, Ms Zuly Chudori, Ambassador Kupa, Mr Wichai Poolwaraluk, Executive President of EGV Entertainment Plc and Mr Sophat Sithisomwong, Chief Marketing Officer of EGV Entertainment Plc.
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Australian Consul-General to Los Angeles the Hon. John Olsen, addressed the Anzac Day commemorative service held in Los Angeles in April 2003.
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PERFORMANCE INFORMATION FOR OUTCOME 3

Effectiveness indicators—overall achievement of the outcome

Indicators to assist in assessing the success of the department's contribution to the achievement of this outcome are:

Outcome 3: Financial and staffing resources summary (Table 12)
Public understanding in Australia and overseas of Australia's foreign and trade policy and a positive image of Australia internationally.
Budget*
2002–2003
($'000)
Actual
expenses
2002–2003
($'000)
Variation
(expenses less budget)
($'000)
Budget**
2003–2004
($'000)
Administered expenses
Australian Television Service to the Asia-Pacific region 17 506 17 370 (136) 17 962
Grants and contributions 3 541 3 766 225 3 541
Total administered expenses 21 047 21 136 89 21 503
Price of departmental outputs and public diplomacy 62 617 62 618 1 63 307
Revenue from government (appropriation) for departmental outputs 62 617 62 618 1 63 307
Revenue from other sources 1 827 2 049 222 1 892
Total price of departmental outputs 64 444 64 667 223 65 199
Total resourcing for Outcome 3
(Price of departmental outputs plus administered expenses)
85 491 85 803 312 86 702
* Full-year budget, including additional estimates.
** Budget prior to additional estimates.
  2002–2003
Budget
2002–2003
(Actual)
2003–2004
(Estimate)
Average staffing level (number) * 287 291 284
*Includes overseas locally engaged staff.

 

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