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1
Presentation to the Joint Standing Committee on
Defence 04 MAY 2007
2
  • HR OFFICE ISSUES
  • STATS ON PERSONNEL PER ARM OF SERVICE (ARMY, AIR
    FORCE, NAVY AND SAMHS).
  • BREAKDOWN OF PERSONNEL WRT POPULATION DEMOGRAPHY.
  • STATS ON PENSIONED PERSONNEL.
  • RELATIONSHIP WITH NATIONAL TREASURY.

ISSUES RAISED BY THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE
2
3
  • NSF PENSION ISSUES
  • STATS ON PERSONNEL RECEIVING SPECIAL PENSION AND
    NSF PENSION.
  • EXPLANATION OF POLICY ON NSF PENSION AND ITS
    RATIONALE.
  • ARE PENSIONS PROCESSED IN TIME IN LIAISON WITH
    OTHER RELEVANT PENSION OFFICES
  • ARE THERE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AN ALTERNATIVE
    FEASIBLE PENSION SCHEME FOR THE MILITARY.

ISSUES RAISED BY THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE
(CONT)
3
4
  • NSF PENSION ISSUES
  • HOW MANY FORMER NON-STATUTORY MILITARY PERSONNEL
    HAVE EXITED THE SANDF AND WHAT WERE THE REASONS
  • STATS ON LEGIBLE MEMBERS WHO ARE NOT YET
    BENEFICIARIES.

ISSUES RAISED BY THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE
(CONT)
4
5
  • SERVICE CORPS/MILITARY VETERANS ISSUES
  • WHAT TYPE OF TRAINING IS PROVIDED TO PERSONNEL
    WHO ARE ON THEIR WAY OUT OF THE SANDF
  • ARE THE COURSES SAQA COMPLIANT
  • WHAT PROJECTS ARE FUNCTIONING TO SUSTAIN AND
    IMPROVE THE LIFEHOOD CONDITIONS OF VETERANS AND
    PENSIONED MILITARY PERSONNEL. WHAT OTHER TRAINING
    SKILLS HAVE BEEN MADE AVAILABLE TO EMPOWER
    PENSIONED PERSONNEL.
  • WHAT OTHER TRAINING SKILLS HAVE BEEN MADE
    AVAILABLE TO EMPOWER PENSIONED PERSONNEL.
  • WHICH AGENCIES PROVIDE TRAINING FOR VETERAN
    PERSONNEL.

ISSUES RAISED BY THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE
(CONT)
5
6
  • SERVICE CORPS/MILITARY VETERANS ISSUES
  • ARE THE CETIFICATES THAT ARE ISSUED COMPLIANT
    WITH SAQA REQUIREMENTS
  • WHO ARE THE SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR PROJECTS AND
    TRAINING
  • WHAT BUDGET DID THE DOD SET ASIDE FOR THE SERVICE
    CORPS FROM THE YEAR 2000 - 2006
  • IS THERE ANY ALLOCATION FOR THIS FINANCIAL YEAR
    2007-2008
  • WHAT OTHER SPONSORSHIP IS AVAILABLE
    INTERNATIONALLY AND LOCALLY TO ASSIST THE CAUSE
    OF THESE VETERANS, AILING PERSONNEL AND RETIRED
    PERSONNEL

ISSUES RAISED BY THE JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE
(CONT)
6
7
To brief the Joint Standing Committee on the
demographic composition of the DOD, the NSF
Pension Project , the Administration of Military
Veterans Affairs and the Service Corps.
AIM
7
8
DEMOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION OF THE DOD
8
9
SANDF RACE-RANK DISTRIBUTION AS AT 01 APRIL 2007
(29)
(32)
(50)
(62)
(62)
(49)
(37)
(20)
(15)
(24)
(67)
(50)
(36)
(14)
(7)
(6)
(3)
(12)
(10)
9
76 Black (African, Coloured Indian)
Def Rev
24 White
10
SANDF GENDER DISTRIBUTION PER RANK AS AT 01 APRIL
07
(100)
(100)
(3)
(97)
(10)
(90)
(14)
(86)
(20)
(80)
(28)
(72)
(64)
(36)
(32)
(68)
(43)
(57)
(11)
(89)
(14)
(86)
(82)
(18)
(21)
(79)
(17)
(83)
(17)
(83)
(17)
(83)
(18)
(82)
(35)
(65)
(100)
Macro Gender
10
81 Male
19 Female
11
DOD RACE DISTRIBUTION FOR 1994, 1996 AND 01 APRIL
2007
1994
1996
WHITES 37827
WHITES 33455
(45.7)
(33.1)
INDIANS 842
(1.0)
INDIANS 938
COLOURED 12983
(0.9)
(15.7)
COLOURED 11999
AFRICANS 54718
(11.9)
(54.1)
AFRICANS 31053
TOTAL 101 110
(37.5)
TOTAL 82 705
DEFENCE REVIEW GUIDELINE
01 APRIL 2007
Indians
Whites
918
14903
WHITES 17045
(1)
(19)
(24.4)
AFRICANS 45276
(64.7)
Coloured
COLOURED 7154
(10.2)
9850
(13)
Africans
INDIANS 525
51754
(0.8)
(67)
TOTAL 70 000
TOTAL 77 425
12
DOD GENDER DISTRIBUTION FOR 1994, 1996 AND 2007
1994
1996
MALE 66361
(80.2)
MALE 83210
(82.3)
FEMALE 16344
(19.8)
FEMALE 17900
TOTAL 82 705
(17.7)
TOTAL 101 110
FEB 2007
MALE 59150
(76.)
FEMALE 18275
(24)
TOTAL 77 425
12
13
SA ARMY RACE-RANK DISTRIBUTION AS AT 01 APRIL
2007
(100)
(80)
(20)
(68)
(32)
(54)
(46)
(52)
(48)
(57)
(43)
(33)
(67)
(89)
(11)
(4)
(96)
(75)
(25)
(50)
(50)
(27)
(59)
(69)
(31)
(10)
(90)
(95)
(5)
(97)
(3)
(1)
(99)
(100)
(14)
(86)
Def Rev
14
SA ARMY (BH) GENDER DISTRIBUTION PER RANK 01
APRIL 07
(100)
(100)
(4)
(96)
(5)
(95)
(9)
(91)
(14)
(86)
(16)
(84)
(20)
(80)
(40)
(60)
(5)
(95)
(11)
(89)
(13)
(87)
(11)
(89)
(10)
(90)
(90)
(10)
(12)
(88)
(15)
(85)
(100)
(100)

Macro Gender
14
15
SA AIR FORCE RACE-RANK DISTRIBUTION AS AT 01
APRIL 07
(100)
(75)
(25)
(38)
(61)
(76)
(24)
(80)
(20)
(30)
(70)
(46)
(54)
(64)
(36)
(81)
(19)
(50)
(50)
(10)
(90)
(73)
(27)
(40)
(60)
(74)
(26)
(85)
(15)
(19)
(81)
(86)
(14)
(100)
Def Rev
16
SAAF (BH) GENDER DISTRIBUTION PER RANK 01 APRIL
07
(100)
(100)
(11)
(89)
(6)
(94)
(12)
(88)
(80)
(20)
(20)
(80)
(21)
(79)
(6)
(94)
(19)
(81)
(8)
(92)
(12)
(88)
(81)
(19)
(16)
(84)
(89)
(11)
(80)
(20)
(24)
(76)
(100)
Macro Gender
16
17
SA NAVY RACE-RANK DISTRIBUTION AS AT 01 APRIL 2007
(100)
(25)
(75)
(33)
(67)
(23)
(77)
(37)
(63)
(52)
(48)
(64)
(36)
(25)
(75)
(87)
(13)
(100)
(37)
(63)
(39)
(61)
(76)
(24)
(86)
(14)
(87)
(13)
(90)
(10)
(89)
(11)
(89)
(11)
Def Rev
18
SA NAVY(BH) GENDER DISTRIBUTION PER RANK 01
APRIL 2007
(100)
(100)
(92)
(8)
(89)
(11)
(91)
(9)
(83)
(19)
(90)
(10)
(29)
(71)
(72)
(28)
(33)
(67)
(94)
(6)
(11)
(89)
(92)
(8)
(85)
(15)
(78)
(22)
(26)
(74)
(28)
(72)
(100)

Macro Gender
18
19
SAMHS RACE-RANK DISTRIBUTION AS AT 01 April 2007
(100)
(67)
(33)
(39)
(61)
(37)
(63)
(37)
(63)
(47)
(53)
(64)
(36)
(71)
(29)
(83)
(17)
(89)
(11)
(57)
(43)
(68)
(32)
(80)
(20)
(10)
(90)
(92)
(8)
(13)
(87)
(4)
(96)
(85)
(15)
(100)
Def Rev
20
SAMHS (BH) GENDER DISTRIBUTION PER RANK 01
APRIL 2007
(100)
(79)
(22)
(78)
(35)
(65)
(52)
(48)
(60)
(40)
(32)
(68)
(34)
(66)
(70)
(30)
(33)
(67)
(65)
(35)
(62)
(38)
(54)
(46)
(59)
(41)
(48)
(52)
(54)
(46)
(54)
(46)
(83)
(17)
(100)

Macro Gender
20
21
PSAP RACE-RANK DISTRIBUTION AS AT 01 APRIL 2007
(100)
(67)
(100)
(39)
(37)
(75)
(25)
(37)
(47)
(31)
(69)
(64)
(71)
(63)
(37)
(83)
(89)
(68)
(32)
(57)
(68)
(43)
(57)
(80)
(43)
(90)
(57)
(92)
(37)
(63)
(87)
(96)
(85)
(98)
(2)
Def Rev
76 Black (African, Coloured Indian)
24 White
21
22
PSAP GENDER DISTRIBUTION PER RANK 01 APRIL 2007
(100)
(50)
(50)
(37)
(63)
75)
(25)
(28)
(71)
(43)
(57)
(45)
(55)
(27)
(73)
(33)
(67)

Macro Gender
22
56 Male
44 Female
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23
24
24
25
NSF PENSION DISPENSATION
25
26
BACKGROUND
  • PREVIOUS SERVICE OF FORMER STATUTORY FORCE
    MEMBERS WAS RECOGNIZED FOR PENSION PURPOSES
  • DISPARITY BETWEEN FORMER NON-STATUTORY FORCE
    MEMBERS AND FORMER STATUTORY FORCE MEMBERS IN AS
    FAR AS PENSION BENEFITS ARE CONCERNED

26
27
BACKGROUND (CONT)
  • INTENTION OF THE NSF PENSION DISPENSATION IS TO
    ADDRESS THE DISPARITY BETWEEN FORMER
    NON-STATUTORY FORCE AND FORMER STATUTORY FORCE IN
    THE DOD IN AS FAR AS PENSION BENEFITS ARE
    CONCERNED

27
28
BACKGROUND (CONT)
  • THE DOD NSF PENSION PROJECT WAS ESTABLISHED TO
    IMPLEMENT THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE NSF PENSION
    BENEFITS
  • THIS ADMINISTRATION IS DONE IN SUPPORT OF THE NSF
    PENSION PROJECT AT GEPF ( NATIONAL TREASURY)

28
29
POLICY FRAMEWORK
  • DEFINITIONS
  • NON-STATUTORY FORCE MEMBER
  • FORMER MK/APLA MEMBER WHO ENTERED INTO EMPLOYMENT
    AGREEMENT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE EITHER
    AS A PUBLIC SERVICE ACT PERSONNEL (PSAP) MEMBER
    OR AS A DEFENCE ACT (UNIFORM) PERSONNEL MEMBER
    THROUGH INTEGRATION OR NORMAL PERSONNEL
    ACQUISITION PROCESS.

29
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POLICY FRAMEWORK (CONT)
  • NON-STATUTORY FORCE SERVICE
  • THE PERIOD BETWEEN THE DATE ON WHICH THE NSF
    MEMBERS JOINED THEIR RESPECTIVE FORMER FORCES AND
    THE DATE OF THEIR TAKING UP EMPLOYMENT WITH
    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
  • IF JOINED FORMER NSF BEFORE AGE 16, THE SERVICE
    WILL START FROM AGE 16.

30
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POLICY FRAMEWORK (CONT)
  • WHO QUALIFIES FOR NSF PENSION
  • FORMER MK/APLA MEMBER WHO
  • ENTERED INTO EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE
    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE OR ANY STATE DEPT
  • EITHER AS A PUBLIC SERVICE ACT PERSONNEL (PSAP)
    MEMBER OR AS A DEFENCE ACT (UNIFORM) PERSONNEL
    MEMBER ON OR BEFORE 31 MARCH 2002
  • THROUGH INTEGRATION OR NORMAL PERSONNEL
    ACQUISITION PROCESS.

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MEMBERS WHO DO NOT QUALIFY
  • FORMER NSF MEMBERS WHO
  • DEMOBILISED
  • RECEIVED BENEFITS IN TERMS OF DEMOBILISATION ACT
    99 OF 1996
  • DID NOT TAKE UP EMPLOYMENT WITH ANY OF THE STATE
    DEPARTMENTS THAT PARTICIPATE IN THE GEPF

32
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RECOGNITION
  • MEMBERS WITH LESS THAN 10 YEARS NSF SERVICE
  • 50 OF THE SERVICE WILL BE RECOGNISED
  • PROVIDED MEMBER MEETS HIS/HER FULL FINANCIAL
    OBLIGATION

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RECOGNITION (CONT)
  • MEMBERS WITH 10 OR MORE NSF SERVICE
  • 100 OF THE SERVICE WILL BE RECOGNISED
  • PROVIDED MEMBER MEETS HIS/HER FULL FINANCIAL
    OBLIGATION

34
35
NSF PENSION VS SP PENSION
  • CHOICE BETWEEN NSF PENSION BENEFITS AND SPECIAL
    PENSIONS BENEFITS
  • OPTION TO RETAIN SPECIAL PENSIONS BENEFITS -
    FORFEIT THE RIGHT TO BE CONSIDERED FOR NSF
    PENSIONS BENEFITS
  • OPTION TO FORFEIT SPECIAL PENSIONS BENEFITS IN
    FAVOUR OF NSF PENSION BENEFITS

35
36
MEMBER OPTIONS
  • PAY BACK THE SPECIAL PENSIONS BENEFIT AMOUNT
    RECEIVED
  • MONTHLY SPECIAL PENSIONS BENEFIT WILL STOP
  • IF CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY BACK SPECIAL PENSIONS
    BENEFIT, NSF SERVICE WILL BE REDUCED ACCORDINGLY

36
37
MEMBER OPTIONS
  • NSF SERVICE REDUCTION FOR SP BENEFIT RECEIVED
  • 15 YEARS NSF SERVICE
  • RECEIVED R30 000 SP BENEFIT
  • 1 YEAR SERVICE R10 000
  • NSF SERVICE TO BE REDUCED BY 3 YEARS
  • THEREFORE WILL BE LEFT WITH 12 YEARS NSF SERVICE

37
38
DEMOB BENEFIT VS NSF PENSION
  • IMPACT OF DEMOBILIZATION BENEFITS ON NSF PENSION
    BENEFITS

38
39
MEMBER OPTIONS
  • PAY BACK THE DEMOB BENEFIT AMOUNT RECEIVED
  • IF CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY BACK DEMOB BENEFIT, NSF
    SERVICE WILL BE REDUCED ACCORDINGLY

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40
COST OF BUYING NSF SERVICE
  • 5 OF MEMBERS FINAL SALARY(31st May 2000)
  • THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MEMBER
  • THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TOTAL COST AND THE
    MEMBERS PORTION
  • THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STATE

40
41
  • MEMBER CONTRIBUTION (EXAMPLE)
  • FORMULA (5 x Final salary x NSF Service)
    MEMBER CONTRIBUTION)
  • NSF SERVICE 8 YEARS
  • FINAL SALARY R58 000
  • MEMBER CONTRIBUTION R23 200

COST OF BUYING NSF SERVICE
41
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MEMBER OPTIONS 5
  • PAY 5 NSF MEMBER CONTRIBUTION
  • ONCE-OFF LUMP SUM,
  • INSTALLMENTS, OR
  • BOTH LUMP SUM AND INSTALLMENT
  • MEMBER CAN CHOOSE TO PAY A PORTION OF THE 5 NSF
    MEMBER CONTRIBUTION
  • IF CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY THE 5 NSF MEMBER
    CONTRIBUTION, THE NSF SERVICE WILL BE REDUCED
    ACCORDINGLY

42
43
MEMBER OPTIONS
  • NSF SERVICE REDUCTION FOR MEMBER CONTRIBUTION
  • 15 YEARS NSF SERVICE
  • MEMBER CONTRIBUTION R43 500
  • 1 YEAR SERVICE R10 000
  • MEMBER CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY R40 000 (PAID R3 500)
  • NSF SERVICE TO BE REDUCED BY 4 YEARS
  • THEREFORE WILL BE LEFT WITH 11 YEARS NSF SERVICE

43
44
44
45
STATISTICS
SERVING MEMBERS 12091
EXITED MEMBERS 9280
TOTAL 21371
45
46
EXITED MEMBERS
Exit Type Qualifying members Payments by GEPF Outstanding Payments
Retired 742 232 510
Deceased 2763 383 2380
Package 409 84 325
Resign / Discharge 5366 816 4550
Total 9280 1515 7765
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47
CHALLENGES INTERNAL
  • MEMBERS WITHOUT VALID ADDRESSES
  • LIVING MEMBER 569
  • DECEASED MEMBERS 318
  • (LIAISON TOOK PLACE WITH HOME AFFAIRS VERY
    LITTLE RESULTS)
  • LETTERS SENT TO UNITS 62 MEMBERS RESPONDED
  • NSF JOINING DATES DISPUTES - 3057
  • DISPUTES RESOLVED - 706

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48
POLICY ISSUES
  • 5 MEMBER OWN CONTRIBUTION PLUS ADDED INTERESTS
  • MEMBERS LESS THAN 10 YEARS SERVICE ONLY 50
    RECOGNITION
  • NSF PENSION RECOGNITION VS SPECIAL PENSION
    DEDUCTION
  • LETTER WRITTEN TO MOD FOR POLITICAL INTERVENTION

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49
ALTERNATIVE PENSION SCHEME
  • DEPARTMENT STILL EXPLORING THE POSSIBILITY OF
    DEVELOPING AN ALTERNATIVE PENSION SCHEME FOR THE
    MILITARY
  • HOWEVER THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND
    ADMINISTRATION HAS EXPRESSED SOME DIFFERENCE OF
    OPINION ON THIS MATTER

49
50
MILITARY VETERANS AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION
50
51
BACKGROUND
  • AS PART OF THE INTEGRATION PROCESS IN TERMS OF
    THE SEVEN DIFFERENT MILITARY FORMATIONS IN 1994
    THE FOLLOWING ACTS OF RESOLUTION WERE INSTITUTED
  • DEMOBILISATION
  • BACKDATING OF SERVICE CERTIFICATES
  • SPECIAL PENSION
  • REDRESS IN RESPECT OF SPECIAL LEAVE

51
52
REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
  • THE APPOINTMENT OF THE ADVISORY BOARD ON MILITARY
    VETERANS AFFAIRS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE
    DIRECTORATE MILITARY VETERANS AFFAIRS WAS
    PRONOUNCES BY THE ACT OF PARLIAMENT THROUGH THE
    PROMULGATIONS OF THE MILITARY VETERANS ACT, ACT
    17 OF 1999

52
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NSF MIL VET PROJECT PRINCIPLES
  • DOL/NSF FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION RM56
  • PROJECT EXCECUTED BY SASSETA
  • SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
  • FOCUS AREAS
  • DESTITUTE VETERANS
  • TRAINING LINKED TO EMPLOYMENT
  • TRAINING IS STILL UNDERWAY

53
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VETERANS PROJECTS
  • DATABASE POPULATING DOD (DMVA)
  • KZN
  • COFFIN MAKING PROJECT
  • AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS
  • WORKING FOR WATER
  • LIMPOPO
  • POULTRY PROJECT
  • STONE CRUSHING PROJECT

54
55
VETERANS PROJECTS (CONT)
  • IMPOPHOMA/MGWENYE PROJECT
  • EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES BY SENWES
  • FURNITURE MAKING IN HAMMANSKRAAL
  • NATIONAL HOUSING PROJECT
  • OPERATION VUSELELA (WORKING FOR WATER)
  • EASTERN CAPE
  • ENGCOBO AGRICULTURAL PROJECT
  • POULTRY FARMING IN BUTTERWORTH
  • ABATTOIR AND FEEDLOT PROJECT PLANNED IN
    NQUBANQUBA
  • WORKING FOR WATER

55
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  • MEDICAL SUPPORT FOR VETERANS WHO ARE UNDERGOING
    TRAINING AT CAT.

VETERANS PROJECTS (CONT)
56
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LOCAL SPONSORS
  • DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE (OPERATION VUSELELA)
  • DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR (NSF-SASSETA PROJECT)
  • DEPARTMENT OF LAND AFFAIRS
  • DEPARTMENT OF WATER AFFAIRS FORESTRY (OPERATION
    VUSELELA)
  • DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
  • DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

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LOCAL SPONSORS (CONT)
  • CURUMUS ASSOCIATION
  • PW BOTHA BURSARY FUND FOR EX SADF SERVICEMEN AND
    THEIR DEPENDENTS
  • NATIONAL RESEARCH FUND (UNISA RESEARCH FOR HET
    FOR VETERANS AND THEIR DEPENDENTS)

58
59
INTERNATIONAL SPONSORS
  • FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
  • REPUBLIC OF CHINA

59
60
SERVICE CORPS
61
TYPE OF TRAINING FOR EXITING MEMBERS
  • Exiting members can apply for any SAQA compliant
    course at any institution closest to their place
    of residence, including courses for distance
    learning, facilitated by Service Corps Regional
    Offices nationally.

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62
BUDGET FOR EXITING MEMBERSBY SERVICES/DIVISIONS
  • AN ALLOCATION OF R13000.00 PER INDIVIDUAL IS
    BUDGETED FOR BY SERVICES AND DIVISIONS FOR THE
    PURPOSE OF RESKILLING ON EXIT OF A MEMBER ONLY
    FOR MEM (PACKAGES)

62
63
SERVICE CORPS ASSISTED PROJECTS FOR MILITARY
VETERANS
63
64
TRAINING PROVIDERS
  • CURRENTLY 153 TRAINING PROVIDERS ARE UTILISED BY
    THE SERVICE CORPS
  • DETAILS PROVIDED IN THE HANDOUT

64
65
TRAINING SKILLS AVAILABLE TO VETS
  • RANGE OF 322 SKILLS OFFERED
  • DETAILS PROVIDED IN THE HANDOUT
  • TRAINING SKILLS AVAILABLE TO VETS

65
66
SERVICE CORPS BUDGET ALLOCATION VERSUS
EXPENDITURE Y2000 TO Y2006
66
67
SERVICE CORPS BUDGET ALLOCATION
Current Amount Figures indicated R000
Item 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
10 32,063 30,135 32,755 33,230 36,993 39,080 42,965 46,115 43,980
15 10,739 8,018 6,434 4,480 5,670 2,706 3,035
20 2,526 1,392 1,877 1,230 2,128 1,736 1,684
25 1,895 1,825 2,580 1,360 1,357 365 71
35 4,553 3,489 3,970 3,444 4,399 7,203 5,133
50/60 566 354 Amount 0 0 0 1,160 612
Total 52,342 44,859 47,616 43,743 50,613 52,322 55,429 57,727 (52,480)
11,613 8,500
Note 2007 Total Budget reduced from
allocated RM 57,7 to RM 52,4. Operating
Budget reduced from RM 11,6 to RM 8,5
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68
SERVICE CORPS BUDGET ALLOCATION
Current Amount Figures indicated
R000Item10 Non-Discretionary // Operating
Funds
Item 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
10 (Pers) 32,063 30,135 32,755 33,230 36,993 39,080 42,965 43,980
61.3 67.2 69.0 76.0 73.1 74.7 77.5 80.7
Opera-ting 20,279 14,724 14,861 10,513 13,620 13,242 12,464 8,500
38.7 32.8 31.0 24.0 26.9 25.3 22.5 19.3
Total 52,342 44,859 47,616 43,743 50,613 52,322 55,429 52,480
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69
SERVICE CORPS BUDGET PERSONNEL BUDGET VS
OPERATING BUDGET
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70
SERVICE CORPS BUDGET PERSONNEL BUDGET VS
EXPENDITURE
Current Amount vs Payment (Figures indicated
R000)
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
Current 52,342 44,859 47,616 43,743 50,613 52,322 55,429
Pay-ment 49,027 45,809 46,272 44,125 46,932 45,742 44,730
Diffe-rence 3,315 -950 1,344 -382 3,681 6,580 10,699
Used 93.7 102.1 97.2 100.8 92.7 87.4 80.7
Under/Over -6.3 2.1 -2.8 0.8 -7.3 -12.6 -19.3
Note 2007 utilisation available by April 2008
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71
SERVICE CORPS BUDGET UTILISATION
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QUESTIONS
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