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This appropriation is limited to the provision of services by Te Tari Taake Inland Revenue to other agencies, where those services are not within the scope of another departmental output expense appropriation in Vote Revenue.

What we do

We provide support services to other government agencies such a hosted financial management information system and shared financial transactional services.

How we performed

Te Kōmihana Whai Hua o Aotearoa, the New Zealand Productivity Commission rated highly the level and quality of service we provided in 2022–23, scoring maximum results across all of the 10 areas surveyed. 

Performance measure results

This year, we achieved the performance measure in the Services to Other Agencies appropriation, which is the same as in 2021–22. 

Performance measure results for the year ended 30 June 2023.
2021–22 actual Performance measure 2022–23 target 2022–23 actual 2023–24 target
94% Percentage of satisfaction of the New Zealand Productivity Commission for services provided 90% 100% 90%

All targets are unaudited.

What it cost

Output statement for the year ended 30 June 2023.
Actual 2022 ($000)   Actual 2023 ($000) Unaudited revised budget 2023 ($000) Unaudited budget 2023 ($000) Unaudited forecast 2024 ($000)
$1,600 Other revenue $1,520 $1,824 $1,524 $1,824
$1,600 Total revenue $1,520 $1,824 $1,524 $1,824
$1,600 Total expenses $1,520 $1,824 $1,524 $1,824
- Net surplus or (deficit) - - - -
Last updated: 18 Dec 2023
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