Social Wellbeing Agency Statement of Performance for the year ended 30 June 2021

Supporting implementation of a social wellbeing approach

This appropriation is limited to providing strategic cross-social-system advice and supporting cross-system work, creating insights, tools and practices to support sector-wide implementation of a social wellbeing approach.

This appropriation is intended to achieve the provision of strategic cross-system advice and support and insights, tools and practices in order to implement the social wellbeing approach to support and further the long-term wellbeing of New Zealanders.

2020 Actual

$000

 

2021 Actual

$000

2021 Budget

$000

2021 Supps

$000

2022 Forecast

$000

10,677

Total Expenses

10,318

8,085

11,052

6,758

13,615

Revenue Crown

10,797

8,085

10,797

6,758

10

Revenue Department

130

-

255

-

13,625

Total Revenue

10,927

8,085

11,052

6,758

Expenditure was lower than budgeted reflecting the diversion of attention and resources to support the Public Service’s COVID-19 response.

*2020 actuals are from the Designing and Implementing Social Investment appropriation. This appropriation was finished on 30 June 2020 and all funding and expenses transferred to the Supporting Implementation of a Social Wellbeing Approach appropriation. All revenue and expenses have been transferred to the new appropriation in 2020/21.

What was achieved

Performance Measures

Actual 2019/20

Budgeted Standard Target 2020/21 performance

Actual 2020/21 performance

 

The satisfaction rating given by the Minister for the quality and timeliness of advice.

81.75%

At least 70%

80%

The combined number of agencies and NGOs on-boarded to the Data Exchange will not be less than 80% of the number committed.

Achieved

80% or higher

Achieved

The percentage of key deliverables agreed with the Minister completed in accordance with organisational priorities and agreed standards will be no less than 85%.

88%

85%

82%

Measurement Approaches

  • The Ministerial Satisfaction Survey asks the Minister for Social Development to use a five-point scale to rate our performance across four questions.
  • The Data Exchange Business Case committed to signing up 52 organisations over a three-year period. This target is tied to the end date of the business case work programme of 30 June 2021.

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