Wellbeing Budget 2021

Securing
Our Recovery

Prime Minister and Cabinet

Building Community Trust and Confidence in Response to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the March 2019 Terrorist Attack

This initiative will respond to recommendation 44 of Ko tō tātou kāinga tēnei: Royal Commission of Inquiry into the terrorist attack on Christchurch masjidain on 15 March 2019, to establish and operate an Implementation Oversight Advisory Group. Funding is provided to cover costs to manage the Group over three financial years, with assumptions that initial costs in 2020/21 will be met through reprioritisation of expenditure across the Vote, implementation oversight will no longer be required after June 2024, and archiving of the Group's work and costs of ongoing engagement with communities will form part of the operating model of Government's future machinery of government response.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Prime Minister and Cabinet 1.319 1.288 1.288 - 3.895 0.135
Internal Affairs 0.413 0.413 0.414 - 1.240 -

Enabling the National Emergency Management Agency to Build Safe and Resilient Communities

This initiative will realise the Government's Manifesto commitments to continue to work with iwi on the role they play in emergency management, and ensure our emergency management systems are geared towards an inclusive, community-led response to natural disasters and health events. It will also give further effect to the decisions made by the Government in response to the Technical Advisory Group Ministerial Review ‘Better Responses to Natural Disasters and Other Emergencies' and other reviews. Investment in the core capability of the National Emergency Management Agency will allow the Agency to meet the functions and roles agreed prior to its establishment in December 2019.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Prime Minister and Cabinet 6.942 9.881 12.646 16.261 45.730 0.850

Government Implementation Unit

This initiative will fund a Government Implementation Unit that will ensure selected high-priority programmes and projects are on track to deliver their intended benefits in their intended timeframes. The Unit will be established for a two-year period until 30 June 2023, with a review at around 18 months.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Prime Minister and Cabinet 1.795 1.795 - - 3.590 0.078
Finance 0.359 0.359 - - 0.718 -

Health and Disability System Reform - System Operating Model

This initiative provides core initial funding to implement a new health system operating model. It includes continuation of funding for the Transition Unit in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to oversee reform, and early establishment entities at national and sub-national level (Health New Zealand, a Māori Health Authority, iwi/Māori partnership boards). It also includes targeted investments to strengthen key capabilities in new entities, including commissioning, cultural capability, Māori service design and data and digital expertise.

Vote 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Prime Minister and Cabinet - 25.960 10.434 - - 36.394 0.313
Health 0.240 47.168 72.044 83.315 73.240 276.007 0.300

Initial System Response to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into March 2019 Terrorist Attack

This initiative will advance the Government's priorities in preparing and responding as a system to the recommendations of Ko tō tātou kāinga tēnei: Royal Commission of Inquiry into the terrorist attack on Christchurch masjidain on 15 March 2019, to support future policy and funding decisions relating to the report's recommendations.

Vote 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 Operating
Total
Capital
Total
Prime Minister and Cabinet 4.199 - - - 4.199 0.175
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