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Statutory appendices Debt portfolio performance Forests NSW Benchmark Market valuation $149 million N/A 30 June 2012* Generalised cost of funds 5.98% 5.98% * Market value of debt represents the value if all debt had to be retired and differs from the capital value, which is the value in the financial statements. At 30 June 2012, 96% of total debt was fixed-rate debt and 4% was charged interest at the floating rate. Aged analysis Current (within Less than 30 Between 30 and 60 Between 60 and 90 More than 90 Quarter due date) days overdue days overdue days overdue days overdue All Suppliers September 52 584 682 8 674 286 559 123 184 652 125 083 December 31 806 888 7 742 184 318 811 137 104 83 227 March 28 382 716 4 660 281 749 869 68 085 210 299 June 34 344 059 4 249 127 603 007 247 762 193 627 Small Business Suppliers September 448 071 667 480 114 224 30 676 49 209 December 260 860 605 043 26 217 37 587 3945 March 1 189 203 250 034 32 800 25 100 11 332 June 2 022 280 601 756 124 602 15 734 15 240 Accounts paid on time Quarter Target % Actual % Actual $ Total amount paid $ All Suppliers September 90 93.53 61 258 968 62 127 826 December 90 94.72 39 549 072 40 088 214 March 90 90.65 33 042 997 34 071 251 June 90 97.37 38 593 186 39 637 583 Small Business Suppliers September 90 90.53 1 115 551 1 309 660 December 90 95.23 865 903 933 651 March 90 90.61 1 439 236 1 508 468 Government Information in timber marking, mechanical trades, the finalisation of the Fieldworker structurenurseries, the closure of coastal workshops andDivision employees primarily engaged (Public Access) Act 2009 planting and pruning, nursery work, forest undertaken to implement recommendationsin Western Region. These reviews wereroad construction and maintenance, tree Applications under the Government conservation and fire protection. from benchmarking reviews and re-engineer Forests NSW are managed centrally within forest estate managed in Western Region.Structural adjustment forbusiness processes and changes to the area of(Public Access) Act 2009Information the Department cluster and included in the Forests NSW has continued to review its consolidated GIPA information published in workforce and internal organisational Salary and wage movement the NSW T&I Annual Report. structures. There were three significant In line with the NSW Public Sector Wages reviews encompassing the tendering of retail Policy 2011, Forests NSW public servants and Human resources Employee numbers – five-year trend Year Ended 30 June Total As at 30 June 2012, Forests NSW employed 2008 943 a total of 733 employees.  This figure 2009 888 comprised public servant employees 2010 839 involved in management, administration and 2011 803 technical roles, and Forestry Commission 2012 733 Forests NSW Annual Report 2011–12 Social, Environmental and Economic Performance 121


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