Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity - RPP 2013-14
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Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity
|Program Activity||Forecast Spending
|Defence Science and Technology||31,868||23,299||35,426||24,149|
|Recruiting of Personnel and Initial Training||5,019||6,035||6,233||5,930|
|Equipment Acquisition and Disposal 1||1,939,484||2,738,713||3,786,035||3,344,109|
|Real Property and Informatics Infrastructure Acquisition and Disposal||533,628||502,503||477,130||386,980|
|Joint and Common Readiness 2||107,533||188,030||222,276||169,068|
|Canadian Peace, Stability and Security||8,594||6,837||2,221||2,193|
|Continental Peace, Stability and Security||987||743||783||753|
|International Peace, Stability and Security3||230,660||88,396||74,522||71,418|
|Defence Team Personnel Support||35,107||58,719||60,677||58,110|
|Environment Protection and Stewardship||1,632||1,380||1,430||1,369|
Source: Assistant Deputy Minister (Finance and Corporate Services) Group
* Due to rounding, figures may not add up to totals shown.
- Forecast spending for FY 2012-13 is lower than planned spending due to the conversion of Vote 5 capital funding to the accrual budget envelope in accordance with Budget 2012 and the reallocation of Vote 5 funding to support the termination of Canadian Armed Forces Severance Payments to align military compensation with that of the public service. The increase in planned spending starting in FY 2013-14 onwards is primarily related to adjustments to the spending profile of major acquisition projects to align financial resources with project acquisition timelines.
- The forecast spending is lower than planned spending due to adjustments made to the spending profile of major acquisition projects to align financial resources with project acquisition timelines.
- The decrease in planned spending starting in FY 2013-14 is primarily due to the termination of Canada's combat mission in Afghanistan.
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