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JSCPD PRESENTATION. 16 SEPTEMBER 2003. AIM. The aim of this presentation is to familiarise the committee with the items to be included in Defence’s request in the adjustments budget. SCOPE. Background Current Expenditure Adjustment Budget Unforeseeable and Unavoidable Self Financing

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jscpd presentation

JSCPD PRESENTATION

16 SEPTEMBER 2003

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AIM

The aim of this presentation is to familiarise the committee with the items to be included in Defence’s request in the adjustments budget.

scope
SCOPE
  • Background
  • Current Expenditure
  • Adjustment Budget
    • Unforeseeable and Unavoidable
    • Self Financing
    • Rollover Claim
    • Virements
    • Other
  • Challenges for Defence
  • Conclusion
background
BACKGROUND
  • DPBEC
  • Unforeseeable and Unavoidable
  • Funding of shortfalls in the Department
current expenditure1
CURRENT EXPENDITURE

The operating and personnel expenditure (Programmes 1 to 8) as at 31 August 2003 are as follows:

current expenditure2
CURRENT EXPENDITURE

The Special Defence Account expenditure (Programme 9) as at 31 August 2003 is as follows

adjustments budget virements
ADJUSTMENTS BUDGETVirements
  • Increase of the Personnel Budget with the amount of RM 65,6.
challenges for defence
CHALLENGES FOR DEFENCE
  • To become affordable and sustainable.
  • The perturbing health and age profile of the soldiers. This significantly affects the ability to deploy, sustain and rotate soldiers during peace missions.
  • Retention of personnel with critical skills eg pilots, combat officers and personnel in the technical environment.
  • Funding, training and development of the Reserve Forces.
challenges for defence1
CHALLENGES FOR DEFENCE
  • Main equipment obsolescence, especially in the SA Army. The Army does not currently share in the strategic arms procurement programme.
  • The maintenance and repair of Defence infrastructure and facilities.
  • Support to NEPAD initiatives, including the number of expected external deployments executing peace missions as well as the importance to increase DOD representation through the placement of military attaches, especially in Africa.
  • The improvement of the present low combat readiness levels of the majority of the conventional capabilities.
challenges for defence2
CHALLENGES FOR DEFENCE
  • Criminality within Defence and resultant thefts and losses.
  • The integration of information systems and the development of integrated information systems, which support the requirements of the PFMA. This has resulted in our FY 2002/03 financial statements being qualified.
  • The adverse effect of inflation on the Defence Budget.