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(a)the further resources authorised for use to meet the costs of the services and purposes which are specified in the first column of the Table for the year ending with 31 March 2011;
(b)the further sums authorised for issue out of the Consolidated Fund to meet those costs; and
(c)limits set, for the purposes of section 2 of the Government Resources and Accounts Act 2000, on the resources applicable as appropriations in aid to meet those costs.
|Estimate/ Request for Resources||Net Resources authorised for use||Grants out of the Consolidated Fund||Operating Appropriations in Aid||Non-Operating Appropriations in Aid|
|DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH||48,880,153,000||561,000,000|
|1. Securing health care for those who need it||46,747,606,000||22,433,236,000|
|Revenue and capital expenditure for strategic health authorities and primary care trusts under their unified budgets, family health services (general ophthalmic and pharmaceutical services); Public Dividend Capital (PDC) to NHS Trusts and NHS Foundation Trusts, loans to NHS Trusts and NHS Foundation Trusts, education, training, research and development; centrally managed expenditure to and on behalf of the NHS including funding Special Health authorities and other national bodies; grants in aid; forming, investing in or providing loans or guarantees to companies that will provide facilities or services to the NHS, provision of hospital financing for credit guarantee finance pilot projects; payments to local authorities for use in local area agreements; services provided to or on behalf of the Scottish Government, Welsh Assembly Government, and Northern Ireland, International Financial Reporting Standards and associated non-cash items.|
|2. Securing social care for adults who need it and, at national level, protecting, promoting and improving the nation's health||2,383,001,000||82,876,000|
|Revenue and capital administration, including certain expenditure on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions and the National Health Service in England; payment to HM Treasury for Infrastructure support; expenditure on departmental agencies, centrally funded health and social services (including non-departmental public bodies and special health authorities some of which are administered on a United Kingdom basis); including other local government services, prison health services, medical, scientific and technical services, services for disabled persons, grants to voluntary organisations and other bodies, information services for health and personal social services; health promotion activities (including those funded through the Department for Culture, Media and Sport); provision of personal social services (including grants to local authorities); payments to local authorities for use in local area agreements; medical treatment given to people from the United Kingdom in the European Economic Area and other countries; healthy start programme; Home Office inspection of laboratories; grants in aid; payments and subscriptions to international organisations; education and training for all health care professionals (excluding doctors); the Employment Opportunities Fund programme; services provided to or on behalf of the Scottish Government, Welsh Assembly Government, Northern Ireland and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, and associated non-cash items.|
|3. Office of the Independent Regulator for NHS Foundation Trusts||8,706,000||0|
|Grant in aid funding for the Office of the Independent Regulator for NHS Foundation Trusts.|
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