|Year to Date||Annual|
|Budget||Actual||Budget vs. Actual Variance Favourable/(Unfavourable)||Budget||Forecast||Budget vs. Forecast Variance Favourable/(Unfavourable)|
|Operational & Supply||662||646||16||2.4%||1,324||861||463||35.0%|
|Occupancy & Infrastructure||3||7||-3||(103.6%)||7||7||0||(1.8%)|
|Equipment, Vehicles, Technology||1||1||0||24.5%||2||2||0||0.0%|
|Total Intercompany Charges||-2||2||-5||210.9%||-4||0||-5||105.5%|
|Net Expenditure (Revenue) Before Transfers & Indirect Allocations||-1,121||-662||-459||40.9%||-2,252||-1,785||-467||20.7%|
|Indirect Allocations & Debt|
|Capital Financing Allocation||43||43||0||0.2%||632||632||0||0.0%|
|Total Indirect Allocations & Debt||427||412||15||3.6%||1,418||1,381||37||2.6%|
|Net Expenditure (Revenue) After Transfers & Indirect Allocation||-694||-250||-443||63.9%||-834||-404||-430||51.6%|
Corporate Administration is operating a year-to-date deficit before indirect allocations of $459 and forecasting a total deficit before indirect allocations of $467. The following factors have contributed to these variances:
The total year distribution to local area municipalities and Region is forecasted to be $430 each due in part to a decrease in charges received. First and second quarter payments have been distributed and no further payouts will be made until the year end shortfall is finalized.
The favourable year-to-date and forecasted variances of $92 and $168 is the result of vacancies in the department.
The favourable year-to-date and forecasted variances of $64 and $155 is the result of a decrease in interpreter costs (more appearances by video) as well as a decrease in victim fine surcharges and Ministry of Attorney General fees which are tied to a decrease in charges received.
The favourable year-to-date and forecasted variances of $16 and $463 is the result of a decrease in the third and fourth quarter net revenue distribution payment to the local area municipalities.
The unfavourable year-to-date and forecasted variances $624 and $1,250 due to a decrease in charges filed and a decrease in prepaid fine payments received.
Court Services developed new performance metrics in 2016 for Administration, Collections and Prosecutions. High quality service, cost effective services, timely/accessible service and innovative services are four key metrics measured against targets identified.
High Quality Service
Cost Effective Service
Court Services will continue to monitor these measures to ensure that targets are met and improved where they are not currently being met.