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Annual report 2020-21 - Financial performance

Financial performance at a glance

The following is a brief summary of the overall financial position of the agency.  The information is unaudited. Full audited financial statements for 2020-21 are attached to this report.

Allocated Resources

Donut chart displaying Program Expenditure for 2021/2022 financial year Donut chart displaying Operating Expenses Profile for 2021/2022

Statement of Comprehensive Income

2020-21
*Budget
$000s

2020-21
Actual
$000s

Variation
$000s

Past year
2019-20 Actual
$000s

Total Income

1 015 240

1 064 612

49 372

987 408

Total Expenses

1 000 320

1 032 737

32 417

1 040 919

Net Result

14 920

31 875

16 955

(53 511)

Other Comprehensive Income

Total Comprehensive Result

14 920

31 875

16 955

(53 511)

*     The 2020-21 budget is the 2020-21 original budget that aligns to the 2020-21 State Budget Paper 4.

Assets and Liabilities

Donut chart of Total Assets as at 30 June 2021  Donut chart displaying Total Liabilities as at 30 June 2021 

Statement of Financial Position

2020-21 Budget
$000s

2020-21 Actual
$000s

Variation
$000s

Past year
2019-20  Actual
$000s

Current assets

217 941

242 192

24 251

216 684

Non-current assets

425 307

427 576

2 269

438 511

Total assets

643 248

669 768

26 520

655 195

Current liabilities

174 178

160 050

(14 128)

178 003

Non-current liabilities

421 483

445 129

23 646

444 525

Total liabilities

595 661

605 179

9 518

622 528

Net assets

47 587

64 589

17 002

32 667

Equity

47 587

64 589

17 002

32 667

Consultants disclosure

The following is a summary of external consultants that have been engaged by the agency, the nature of work undertaken, and the actual payments made for the work undertaken during the financial year.

Consultancies with a contract value below $10,000 each

Consultancies

Purpose

$ Actual payment

Jungal

Shield – to assist with a strategic learning project and assist in producing learning objects

$1 980

Consultancies with a contract value above $10,000 each

Consultancies

Purpose

$ Actual payment

KPMG

Design of Strategic Capability Framework

$96 443

Accru Harris

Finalisation of the review of SAPOL Recruitment and Selection Process for Cadets and Protective Security Officers

$65 800

Professor Drew Dawson

Review of Extended Hours Roster

$18 182

 

Sub Total

$180 425

 

Total

$182 405

Data for previous years is available at:

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/annual-reporting-data

See also the Consolidated Financial Report of the Department of Treasury and Finance for total value of consultancy contracts across the South Australian Public Sector.

Contractors disclosure

The following is a summary of external contractors that have been engaged by the agency, the nature of work undertaken, and the actual payments made for work undertaken during the financial year.

Contractors with a contract value below $10,000

Contractors

Purpose

$ Actual payment

All contractors below $10,000 each - combined

Various

$11 807

Contractors with a contract value above $10,000 each

Contractors

Purpose

$ Actual payment

Randstad Pty Limited

Agency staff engaged to provide administrative, other services and COVID support unit

$4 984 498

Hoban Recruitment Pty Ltd

Support COVID duties at central assessment unit, COVID support unit and Adelaide airport

$3 021 793

AG Security

Private security guards sourced by PSSB for service delivery

$1 660 176

Hays Specialist Recruitment

Agency staff engaged to provide administrative services

$1 077 985

KPP Ventures Pty Ltd

Support COVID duties at central assessment unit, COVID support unit and Adelaide airport

$629 110

Escient Pty Ltd

Agency staff for project services

$593 378

Paxus Australia Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$549 771

DFP Recruitment Services

Agency staff services

$517 883

Modis Staffing Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$389 954

Holman Hodge Consulting

IS&T Service Organisational Change Project team

$362 800

Chandler Macleod Group Ltd

Recruiting agency costs

$352 674

Modis Consulting Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$264 604

Access Testing Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$259 626

ASG Group Limited

Agency staff services

$257 275

Dialog Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$256 558

Worcomp Pty Ltd

Agency staff engaged to assist with the delivery of influenza vaccinations

$228 065

Hudson Global Resources (Aust) Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$222 272

Sourcecode ANZ Pty Ltd

Agency staff engaged to assist with work flow digitisation

$211 336

Talent International (SA) Pty Ltd

Performing test analyst and services

$191 853

SafeSelect

Psychometric testing of recruitment applicants

$184 146

Edge Recruitment

Agency staff services

$155 308

Excel Recruitment

Agency staff services

$153 225

SRA Information Technology Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$149 533

HR Partners by Randstad

Agency staff services for IS&T Organisational review

$146 519

Peoplebank Australia Ltd

Agency staff services

$144 196

State Security & Protective Services (Aust) Pty Ltd

Security Guards

$133 763

Harrison McMillan Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$131 421

Stillwell Management Consultants Pty Ltd

Agency staff engaged to assist with staff recruitment

$124 907

Corporate Health Group Pty Ltd

Agency staff engaged to assist with the role of Police Medical Officer

$123 063

Synergy IQ Pty Ltd

IS&T Service Review of Culture Organisational Change

$109 392

Phil Zubrinich

Procurement Services

$95 865

Kronos Australia Pty Ltd

Support for existing applications

$78 488

Spice Risk & Insurance Pty Ltd

Agency staff engaged to assist in Workers Compensation Claims Management

$77 140

Deloitte Risk Advisory Pty Ltd

Agency staff engaged to update existing applications and tools

$48 495

Blackbird IT Pty Ltd

IS&T COVID-19 desktop support

$42 823

Adelaide Metropolitan Security Pty Ltd

Private security guards sourced by PSSB for service delivery

$35 438

Allegro Recruitment Consulting Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$27 525

Accru Harris Orchard

Agency staff engaged to assist with producing and compiling strategy plan

$24 800

DXC Enterprise Australia Pty Ltd

Agency staff services

$21 356

Meegan Security Services

Private security guards sourced by PSSB for service delivery

$20 891

Employers Mutual Limited & The Trustee For ASWIG Management Trust

Agency staff engaged to assist in workers compensation claims

$15 550

Mitrefinch (Aust) Pty Ltd

Support for existing applications

$13 101

 

Sub Total

$18 088 556

 

Total

$18 100 363

Data for previous years is available at:

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/annual-reporting-data

The details of South Australian Government-awarded contracts for goods, services, and works are displayed on the SA Tenders and Contracts website.

View the agency list of contracts.

The website also provides details of across government contracts

Other information

Reporting and investigating alleged corruption

Reports of alleged corruption within the South Australian public sector are received by SAPOL’s Anti-Corruption Section (ACS) from a variety of sources including the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) Office, the Australian Crime and Intelligence Commission, the Crown Solicitors Office, SAPOL’s Internal Investigation Section, Crime Stoppers, police officers, members of the public, and from information provided pursuant to the requirements of the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2018.

Type of Investigation

2020-21

ACS Investigation

105

ACS / ICAC Joint Investigation

0

In the ordinary course of business, ACS may conduct an initial investigation to assess information to determine whether there is a reasonable suspicion of corruption, or of serious or systemic misconduct or maladministration.  Where such a suspicion is subsequently formed the matter is reported to the ICAC.  In some cases ACS will provide the initial information or allegation(s) to the ICAC as a matter of course.

In many cases matters may be ‘filed’ following initial assessment/investigation, where there is no reasonable suspicion of corruption and no supporting evidence to warrant further enquiries into the information.

Where ICAC/Office for Public Integrity (OPI) has referred a matter to SAPOL to conduct an investigation, the Officer in Charge, ACS (or delegate) will determine whether that investigation is to be conducted by ACS, or alternatively sent to another appropriate SAPOL area.  In certain circumstances where deemed warranted, ACS may commence a full investigation into a matter and advise the ICAC of the commencement of that investigation.

It is the case that having received a report of suspected potential corruption from ACS, the ICAC may decide to refer the matter back to ACS for continued investigation, or to propose that the matter be a joint SAPOL/ICAC investigation.  The ICAC may also direct that SAPOL cease investigating the matter.

It should be noted from time to time the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (ACLEI) may also direct joint investigations with ACS pursuant to Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006.  No joint ACS/ACLEI investigations were commenced during this reporting period.

The breakdown of total ACS investigations managed during 2020-21 is recorded below:

Type of Investigation

2020-21

Miscellaneous Assessment

24

ACS Operations

61

Investigations Referred SAPOL areas (not retained at ACS)

20

A breakdown of the category of the ‘public official’ alleged to have been involved in a potential issue of corruption in public administration is depicted below (as far as can be determined). Where a matter has allegedly involved more than one nominated ‘suspect’, the ‘public official’ status of the primary suspect is recorded.

Public Officials Defined (total investigations)

2020-21

SAPOL Police Officer – sworn (including Community Constables)

47

SAPOL – unsworn / cadet

0

Protective Security

0

Other SA Public Sector

14

Local Government

13

State Government

31

Other (including civilians)

0

Commonwealth Public Sector

0

Data for the previous years is available at:

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/annual-reporting-data

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