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Departmental Performance Report 2015–2016: User Fees, Regulatory Charges and External Fees

Reporting on the User Fees Act

Summary: User Fees, Regulatory Charges and External Fees – Reporting on the User Fees Act. The table is split into two columns. The first column is split into eight categories: fee name, fee type, fee-setting authority, year introduced, year last amended, performance standard, performance results and other information. The second column displays the corresponding information for 2015–16. A note appears at the bottom of the page.
Fee name Fees for processing requests filed under the Access to Information Act
Fee type Other products and services
Fee-setting authority Access to Information Act
Year introduced 1988
Year last amended 1992
Performance standard A response is provided within 30 days following receipt of a request; the response time may be extended under section 9 of the Access to Information Act.
Performance results The department responded within 30 days in 93 percent of cases.Footnote*
Other information Under the Access to Information Act, fees may be waived when it is deemed to be in the public interest. Fees waived during 2015–16 totalled $170.

Financial Information, 2015–16 (dollars)

Summary: User Fees, Regulatory Charges and External Fees – Financial Information, 2015–16 in dollars. The first row is split into three categories: forecast revenue, actual revenue and full cost. Read down the columns for the figures for each category.
Forecast revenue Actual revenue Full cost
125 140 151,000

Financial Information, 2016–17, 2017–18 and 2018–19 (dollars)

Summary: User Fees, Regulatory Charges and External Fees – Financial Information, 2016–17, 2017–18 and 2018–19 in dollars. Read down the first column for the planning year, and then to the right for the forecast revenue and estimated full cost.
Planning year Forecast revenue Estimated full cost
2016–17 140 151,000
2017–18 140 151,000
2018–19 140 151,000

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