Figure 3 - Assets by type
Total assets were $176.2 million at the end of 2013/2014. Tangible capital assets represent the largest portion of assets at $126.9 million (72.0%). It comprises informatics software ($69.2 million), software under development ($40.3 million), leasehold improvements ($13.6 million) and other assets ($3.8 million). The remaining portion is made up of $34.5 million in amounts due from the Consolidated Revenue Fund (19.6%), $5.1 million in accounts receivable and advances (2.9%), $8.2 million in prepaid expenses (4.7%), and $1.5 million in consumable supplies (0.8%).
Figure 4 - Liabilities by type
Total liabilities were $83.0 million at the end of 2013/2014. Accounts payable and accrued liabilities made up the largest portion of liabilities at $36.3 million (43.7%). It comprises accounts payable to external parties ($17.1 million), accounts payable to other federal government departments and agencies ($6.9 million), accrued salaries and wages ($12.0 million), and accrued liabilities ($0.3 million). Employee future benefits is the next largest portion at $24.3 million (29.3%). Vacation pay and compensatory leave make up $20.8 million (25.0%). The remaining portion is composed of deferred revenue and lease obligation for tangible capital assets at $1.6 million (2.0
Figure 5 - Gross expenditures by program activity
Total expenses, including respendable revenue and services provided without charge by other government departments, were $600.7 million in 2013/2014. These expenses were $151.5 million for Statistical Infrastructure (25.2%); $143.0 million for the Economic and Environmental Statistics Program (23.8%); $107.7 million for the Socio-economic Statistics Program (17.9%); $80.0 million for the Cost-recovered Statistical Services (13.3%); $61.8 million for the Censuses (10.3%); and $56.7 million for Internal Services (9.5%).
Figure 6 - Gross expenditures by type
Statistics Canada spent $600.7 million in 2013/2014. The expenses comprise the following: $477.4 million in salaries and employee benefits (79.4%); $38.9 million in accommodations (office space) (6.5%); $25.1 million in amortization (4.2%); $24.4 million in professional services (4.1%); $12.7 million in transportation and postage (2.1%); and $22.2 million in other expenses (3.7%).