5512.0 - Government Finance Statistics, Australia, 2010-11 Quality Declaration 
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 17/04/2012   
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ACCRUAL OPERATING RESULTS, 2010-11



The GFS net operating balance for All Levels of Government in 2010–11 was –$36,822m for the General Government sector and –$39,321m for the Total Public sector.

GFS net lending in 2010–11 was –$66,268m for the General Government sector and –$82,773m for the Total Public sector.

The following table shows 2010–11 GFS operating statement aggregates by sector across the various levels of government.

OPERATING RESULTS 2010–11

General Government
Non-financial Public Sector
Total Public Sector(a)
2010–11
2010–11
2010–11
$m
$m
$m

All levels of Government
GFS Revenue
447 634
497 750
512 043
GFS Expenses
484 455
535 490
551 364
GFS Net Operating Balance
–36 822
–37 740
–39 321
Net acquisition of non-financial assets
29 446
43 398
43 452
GFS Net Lending(+)/Borrowing(–)
–66 268
–81 138
–82 773
Commonwealth Government
GFS Revenue
308 933
314 952
321 452
GFS Expenses
354 269
360 290
365 919
GFS Net Operating Balance
–45 336
–45 338
–44 467
Net acquisition of non–financial assets
5 954
7 176
7 183
GFS Net Lending(+)/Borrowing(–)
–51 290
–52 514
–51 650
State and Local Government
GFS Revenue
227 028
270 819
278 664
GFS Expenses
220 755
265 494
275 789
GFS Net Operating Balance
6 273
5 325
2 875
Net acquisition of non–financial assets
21 980
34 719
34 765
GFS Net Lending(+)/Borrowing(–)
–15 707
–29 393
–31 890
Multi-jurisdictional(b)
GFS Revenue
21 128
22 050
22 050
GFS Expenses
20 110
21 000
21 000
GFS Net Operating Balance
1 019
1 050
1 050
Net acquisition of non-financial assets
1 512
1 504
1 504
GFS Net Lending(+)/Borrowing(–)
–493
–454
–454

(a) The Total Public Sector comprises General Government, Public Non-Financial Corporations and Public Financial Corporations. The sum of individual levels of government or sectors may not agree with the Total Public Sector figures due to transfers between levels of government.
(b) The Multi-jurisdictional sector contains units where jurisdiction is shared between two or more governments, or classification of a unit to a jurisdiction is otherwise unclear. The main types of units currently falling into this category are the public universities.