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9.15 Appendix 15: Accounts payment and grants

Funds granted to non-government community organisations

Table 39: Funds granted to non-government community organisations from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016
Division Grant recipient Grant Program area Project description Target audience
Infrastructure Development Wonnarua Nation Aboriginal Corporation $105,572 Freight and Regional Program Office Cultural Heritage Offset Grant for the Hunter Expressway Project Aboriginal cultural heritage
Corporate, Engagement and Planning NSW Wildlife Council $50,000 Biodiversity Support program for wildlife carers who help native fauna injured on roads. This grant payment covers a two year period Regional communities and conservation groups
Maritime Balmain Sailing Club $12,426 Better Boating Program Installation of pontoons and access gangways at the Balmain Sailing Club to improve access to the water for boating Recreational boating community
Maritime Manning Landcare Inc (Friends of Brown Creek) $4,605 NSW Boating Now Provision of a small craft launch site into the sheltered waters of Browns Creek for use by canoeist and kayakers Recreational boating community

Payments to consultants

Roads and Maritime did not engage any consultants in 2015-16.

The NSW Government defines a consultant as a person or organisation 'engaged under contract on a temporary basis to provide recommendations or high level specialist or professional advice to assist decision-making by management'. Roads and Maritime has adopted this definition in this annual report.

Accounts payment performance

Payment of accounts for goods and services

In 2015-16 Roads and Maritime settled 98 per cent of supplier accounts on time, which is an improvement on the previous financial year of two per cent.

Accounts due or paid within each quarter

Table 40: Accounts due or paid within each quarter
Measure September December March June
All suppliers
Number of accounts due for payment 26,817 26,781 21,153 28,258
Number of accounts paid on time 24,642 24,781 18,816 25,807
Actual percentage of accounts paid on time (based on number of accounts) 92 93 89 91
Dollar amount of accounts due for payment ($'000) 1,359,390 1,307,395 1,190,193 1,623,917
Dollar amount of accounts paid on time ($'000) 1,311,944 1,287,321 1,162,970 1,595,685
Actual percentage of accounts paid on time (based on $) 97 98 98 98
Number of payments for interest on overdue accounts - - - -
Interest paid on overdue accounts ($'000) 0 0 0 0
Small business suppliers
Number of accounts due for payment to small businesses 770 668 558 681
Number of accounts due to small businesses paid on time 769 668 558 681
Actual percentage of small business accounts paid on time (based on number of accounts) 100 100 100 100
Dollar amount of accounts due for payment to small businesses ($'000) 3,186 2,015 1,852 2,248
Dollar amount of accounts due to small businesses paid on time ($'000) 3,185 2,015 1,852 2,248
Actual percentage of small business accounts paid on time (based on $) 100 100 100 100
Number of payments to small business for interest on overdue accounts - - - -
Interest paid to small businesses on overdue accounts ($'000)1 0 0 0 0
  1. Rounded to zero as amount is less than $1000.

Aged analysis at the end of each quarter

Table 41: Accounts payment analysis by quarter
Quarter Current (i.e. within due date) Less than 30 days overdue Between 30 and 60 days overdue Between 61 and 90 days overdue More than 90 days overdue
All suppliers ($'000)
September 79,450 19,264 20,934 2,213 4,049
December 223,310 11,296 1,128 2,560 2,361
March 109,423 9,420 190 675 3,180
June1 24 36 18 8 24
Small business suppliers ($'000)
September 268 - - - -
December 130 - - - -
March 93 - - - -
June - - - - -
  1. All accounts due for payment at the end of the financial year were cleared to prepare for migration to a new enterprise planning system.

Credit card certification

I certify that credit card usage within Roads and Maritime Services for the financial year ending 30 June 2016 was in accordance with the Premier's Memoranda and Treasurer's Direction.

Ken Kanofski
Chief Executive
Roads and Maritime Services

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