Section IV: Analysis of trends in spending and human resources—2016 to 2017 Departmental Results Report

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Actual expenditures

Budgetary performance summary for programs and internal services (in dollars)
Programs and internal services 2016 to 2017 Main Estimates Planned spending 2016 to 2017 total authorities to date Actual spending (authorities used)
2016 to 2017 2017 to 2018 2018 to 2019 2016 to 2017 2015 to 2016 2014 to 2015
Acquisitions 148,255,037 148,255,037 153,731,765 114,121,744 148,300,208 137,999,616 151,557,532 144,689,522
Accommodation and real property services 2,192,828,508 2,192,828,508 2,994,281,729 2,380,190,423 2,712,343,182 2,458,990,334 2,112,305,111 2,032,720,120
Receiver General for Canada 106,647,604 106,647,604 128,471,892 106,537,458 117,092,773 104,491,576 109,908,581 116,448,841
Integrity programs and services 15,184,073 15,184,073 18,651,926 15,189,099 20,240,292 18,315,360 20,273,364 22,035,911
Federal pay and pension administration 81,761,681 81,761,681 80,895,164 77,426,283 136,602,627 135,402,231 128,954,893 115,698,499
Linguistic

manage­ment and services

60,707,474 60,707,474 64,762,500 65,106,226 62,684,259 52,946,867 51,299,267 57,727,344
Specialized programs and services 29,454,041 29,454,041 27,562,369 27,700,366 33,319,449 31,466,314 24,537,710 47,133,036
Procurement Ombudsman 4,118,152 4,118,152 4,080,925 4,080,925 4,021,026 3,257,831 3,830,009 3,889,948
Subtotal 2,638,956,570 2,638,956,570 3,472,438,270 2,790,352,524 3,234,603,816 2,942,870,130 2,602,666,467 2,540,343,220
Internal services subtotal 231,502,828 231,502,828 221,643,915 221,602,215 307,364,502 262,556,577 230,649,243 226,820,291
Total 2,870,459,398 2,870,459,398 3,694,082,185 3,011,954,739 3,541,968,318 3,205,426,707 2,833,315,710 2,767,163,511

Totals may not add up due to rounding.

As part of the present Departmental Results Report, Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is informing parliamentarians and Canadians of the budgetary performance achieved for 2016 to 2017. This performance is measured against the planned spending defined in PSPC's 2016 to 2017 Report on Plans and Priorities.

The variance of $335 million between actual spending and planned spending in 2016 to 2017 is the result of the following factors:

The increase of $438 million in actual spending from 2014 to 2015 to 2016 to 2017 is mainly explained by the significant variance observed between 2015 to 2016 and 2016 to 2017. This variance is primarily the result of additional investments made for repairs and maintenance of federal buildings, as well as the substantial effort to stabilize the pay system and operations.

After the planned spending was submitted as part of the 2016 to 2017 Main Estimates, PSPC was provided new funding for various initiatives, such as the Accelerated Infrastructure Program and Real Property Program Integrity (Budget 2016).

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Departmental spending trend

Departmental spending trend - Text version below the graph

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This bar graph illustrates the spending trend for Public Services and Procurement Canada for fiscal years 2014 to 2015, 2015 to 2016, 2016 to 2017, 2017 to 2018, 2018 to 2019 and 2019 to 2020. Financial figures are presented in dollars along the y-axis (vertical), starting at $0, ending at $4 billion and increasing by $500 million. These are graphed against fiscal years 2014 to 2015 to 2019 to 2020 on the x-axis (horizontal).

There are 3 items identified for each fiscal year: anticipated sunset programs, statutory spending and voted spending.

In 2014 to 2015, actual spending was $0 for anticipated sunset programs, $128,000,000 for statutory items and $2,639,000,000 for voted items. The total is $2,767,000,000.

In 2015 to 2016, actual spending was $0 for anticipated sunset programs, $91,000,000 for statutory items and $2,742,000,000 for voted items. The total is $2,833,000,000.

In 2016 to 2017, actual spending was $0 for anticipated sunset programs, $87,000,000 for statutory items and $3,118,000,000 for voted items. The total is 3,205,000,000.

In 2017 to 2018, planned spending is $3,000,000 for anticipated sunset programs, $108,000,000 for statutory items and $3,586,000,000 for voted items. The total is $3,697,000,000.

In 2018 to 2019, planned spending is $114,000,000 for anticipated sunset programs, $108,000,000 for statutory items and $2,904,000,000 for voted items. The total is $3,126,000,000.

In 2019 to 2020, planned spending is $23,000,000 for anticipated sunset programs, $108,000,000 for statutory items and $2,758,000,000 for voted items. The total is $2,889,000,000.

The departmental spending trend graph presents trends in the department's planned and actual spending over time. The data represents actual spending (2014 to 2015 to 2016 to 2017) and planned spending (2017 to 2018 to 2019 to 2020). The data is broken down between sunset programs: anticipated, statutory and voted expenditures to demonstrate the impact of the anticipated renewal of sunset funding over the 3-year planning period.

The departmental spending trend is based on the information provided in the "budgetary performance summary for programs and internal services" table to which is added the anticipated sunset programs.

For more information on the departmental spending trend graph, please consult the 2017 to 2018 Departmental Plan.

Alignment of the 2016 to 2017 actual spending with the whole-of-government framework

Strategic outcome: High quality, central programs and services that ensure sound stewardship on behalf of Canadians and meet the program needs of federal institutions.

Alignment of the 2016 to 2017 actual spending with the whole-of-government framework (in dollars)
Program Spending area Government of Canada outcome 2016 to 2017 actual spending
1.1  Acquisitions Government affairs Well-managed and efficient govern­ment operations 137,999,616
1.2 Accommodation management and real property services Government affairs Well-managed and efficient govern­ment operations 2,458,990,334
1.3 Receiver General for Canada Government affairs Well-managed and efficient govern­ment operations 104,491,576
1.4 Integrity programs and services Government affairs Well-managed and efficient govern­ment operations 18,315,360
1.5 Federal pay and pension administration Government affairs Well-managed and efficient govern­ment operations 135,402,231
1.6 Linguistic manage­ment and services Government affairs Well-managed and efficient govern­ment operations 52,946,867
1.7 Specialized programs and services Government affairs Well-managed and efficient govern­ment operations 31,466,314
1.8 Procurement Ombudsman Government affairs A transparent, account­able and responsive federal government 3,257,831
Total spending by spending area (in dollars)
Spending area Total planned spending Total actual spending
Economic affairs 0 0
Social affairs 0 0
International affairs 0 0
Government affairs 2,638,956,570 2,942,870,130
Actual human resources
Programs and internal services Actual full-time equivalents (FTEs) 2014 to 2015 Actual FTEs 2015 to 2016 Planned FTEs 2016 to 2017 Actual FTEs 2016 to 2017 Planned FTEs 2017 to 2018 Planned FTEs 2018 to 2019
Acquisitions 1,694 1,712.34 1,491.05 1,617.47 1,551 1,542
Accommodation management and real property services 3,409.8 3,410.4 3,577.04 3,507.19 3,509.28 3,100.44
Receiver General for Canada 328 319 289.04 308 307 307
Integrity programs and services 363.58 354 368.4 358.14 398 382
Federal pay and pension administration 1,607 1,773 1,559.08 2,088.71 2,022 2,022
Linguistic manage­ment and services 1,263.77 1,197 1,124.65 1,149.51 1,114.85Footnote 1 0Footnote 1
Specialized programs and services 481 479.65 572.91 642.63 609 620
Procurement Ombudsman 25.02 25.14 26.5 23.37 23.03 23.03
Subtotal 9,172.17 9,270.53 9,008.67 9,695.02 9,534.16 7,996.47
Internal services subtotal 2,469.33 2,474.62 2,700.4 2,610.71 2,801.63 2,810.43
Total 11,641.5 11,745.15 11,709.07 12,305.73 12,335.79 10,806.9

Totals may not add up due to rounding.

The variation in PSPC's actual FTEs is mainly due to:

Expenditures by vote

For information on PSPC's organizational voted and statutory expenditures, consult the Public Accounts of Canada 2017

Financial statements and financial statements highlights

The section presents the information on the department's financial statements.

Financial statements

The PSPC unaudited consolidated financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2017 are available on the Public Accounts of Canada 2017.

Financial statements highlights

Condensed statement of operations (unaudited) for the year ended March 31, 2017 (in dollars)
Financial information 2016 to 2017 planned results 2016 to 2017 actual 2015 to 2016 actual Difference (2016 to 2017 actual minus 2016 to 2017 planned) Difference (2016 to 2017 actual minus 2015 to 2016 actual)
Total expenses 5,572,707,332 5,745,698,841 5,312,102,427 172,989,509 433,596,414
Total revenues (3,055,639,130) (3,029,774,902) (2,754,730,333) 25,864,228 (275,044,569)
Net cost of operations before government funding and transfers 2,517,070,202 2,715,923,939 2,557,372,094 198,853,737 158,551,845

Expenses

Actual over planned

The 2016 to 2017 expenses were $173 million higher than planned (planned: $5,572.7 million; actual: $5,745.7 million). The increase is mainly attributable to the Accommodation Management and Real Property Services Program and Federal Pay and Pension Administration due to:

Actual year over year

The increase in expenses of $433.6 million (2016 to 2017: $5,745.7 million; 2015 to 2016: $5,312.1 million) is mainly attributable to the Accommodation Management and Real Property Services Program and Federal Pay Management and Pension Administration due to:

Revenues

Actual over planned

The 2016 to 2017 revenues were $25.8 million less than planned (planned: $3,055.6 million; actual: $3,029.8 million), which does not represent a significant difference in any one program.

Actual year over year

The increase in revenues of $275.1 million (2016 to 2017: $3,029.8 million; 2015 to 2016: $2,754.7 million) is mainly attributable to the Accommodation Management and Real Property Services Program and is particularly due to increased business volume related to construction and repair work as part of the government's commitments to build and renew infrastructure across Canada for other government departments.

Condensed statement of financial position (unaudited) as of March 31, 2017 (in dollars)
Financial information 2016 to 2017 2015 to 2016 Difference (2016 to 2017 minus 2015 to 2016)
Total net liabilities (3,773,661,700) (3,880,949,681) 107,287,981
Total net financial assets 1,091,396,695 993,736,226 97,660,469
Departmental net debt (2,682,265,005) (2,887,213,455) 204,948,450
Total non-financial assets 6,675,956,804 6,463,983,031 211,973,773
Departmental net financial position 3,993,691,799 3,576,769,576 416,922,223

Net liabilities

The decrease in total net liabilities of $107.3 million is mainly due to:

Offset by:

Net financial assets

The increase in total net financial assets of $97.7 million is mainly due to:

Non-financial assets

The increase in total non-financial assets of $212 million (assets with a physical substance that are used to deliver services and have a useful life extending beyond an accounting period), such as real property, equipment or machinery that have been purchased, built or leased. The increase is mainly attributable to:

Offset by:

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