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									               DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
               GOVERNMENT SCIENCE AND
                 TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM
Overview:
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Governance and Investment
 Governance Model Developments
 Expenditure Trends
 Service Delivery Objectives and
  Indicators
 Science Vote
 Conclusion
                      DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                PROGRAMME 4         SLIDE 1
                              Introduction
 DST to provide an integrated view of public
 expenditure in R&D.
 Cabinet approved the new strategic management
 model to improve the state of affairs in March
 2004.
 From Science Vote to Government S&T
 Expenditure Plan
                Cross-cutting science and technology
                Sector-specific science and technology
                Critical technology intensive services

                                  DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                            PROGRAMME 4         SLIDE 2
                               Objectives
 To build, fund and monitor a cohesive
 national research system.
 To contribute to technology advancement
 and service delivery, as determined by the
 key performance indicators.
                Coherent, effective and efficient S&T system.
                Effective and efficient utilisation of public resources.



                                 DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                           PROGRAMME 4                    SLIDE 3
         Governance and Investment
 Increase in national investment in research and
 development (23% - 2004/5).
 The OECD average across public and private sectors is
 2,15% of GDP.
 National investment to reach 1% of GDP over the next six
 years (R5-R10 billion).
 DST to provide funding and a sound governance
 framework for SET, and monitor its performance.
 To provide SET human resources more representative of
 our nation.
 To promote excellence in science that is uniquely South
 African with a global competitive edge.
                       DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                 PROGRAMME 4               SLIDE 4
    Governance Model Developments
 The new high-level functional model for
 governance purposes is divided into three
 core types:
                Cross-cutting science and technology
                Sector specific science and technology
                Critical Technology Intensive Services
 To guide clusters and government on the
 deployment of resources in these 3 critical
 functions.

                               DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                         PROGRAMME 4          SLIDE 5
                               Expenditure Trends
25.00%



20.00%                                                 20.33%




15.00%
                                     13.75%            13.77%
                     12.38%                                               12.12%
                                     10.89%                               11.22%
                     10.53%
10.00%                                                                                       9.69%
                                                                                             9.30%        9.41%
                                                                          8.88%              8.51%        8.50%
                                     8.11%

                                                       6.38%
5.00%
                                                                                                          2.93%


0.00%
                     - 0.63%
                 2001/02        2002/03           2003/04            2004/05            2005/06       2006/07


-5.00%

                                                         Fiscal Year

                                                   GDP % Growth    %
                                Vote % Growth DST CORPORATE STRATEGY: Growth Total Govt Expenditure
  JUNE 9, 2004                                      PROGRAMME 4                                          SLIDE 6
       EXPENDITURE ESTIMATES
         Sub-Programme               2004/5         2005/6 2006/7
                                      R’000          R’000 R’000
         Funding Public               8 861          9 108 9 659
         Research
         Institutions
         Internal governance          7 336          7 352 7 798
         Total                       16 197         16 460 17 457
         % increase                  15.1%           1.6%   6.1%




                          DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                    PROGRAMME 4                     SLIDE 7
   ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION

      Economic Class. Of                 2004/5 2005/6     2006/7
      Payments                            R’000 R’000       R’000
      Compensation of                    10 758 11 369     12 049
      employees
      Goods & Services                     2 904   2 564    2 368
      Transfers(ASSAf,                     2 535   2 537    3 040
      RSC levies)
      Total                              16 197 16 460     17 457


                         DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                   PROGRAMME 4                    SLIDE 8
        Service Delivery Objectives and
                  Indicators
 Transfer of SANAP from DEAT to DST.
 Transfer of NZG from DAC to the NRF.
 Establishment of SACNASP.
 Re-alignment of the National Laser Centre.
 Re-positioning of CSIR.
 Veterinary research in South Africa.


                   DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004             PROGRAMME 4         SLIDE 9
      MEDIUM TERM OUTPUT TARGETS
Measurable Objective: To build, fund & monitor a
cohesive national research system that is run efficiently
and effectively in order to contribute to technology
advancement and service delivery, as determined by
the key performance indicators

Sub-            Output                           Measure/          Target
programme                                        Indicator
Internal        Effective & efficient            Prescribed reports Compliance
Governance      utilisation of public            & submissions on with PFMA,
                resources                        time               MTEF &
                                                                    MTSF

                             DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
 JUNE 9, 2004                      PROGRAMME 4                          SLIDE 10
      MEDIUM TERM OUTPUT TARGETS
Sub-      Output                    Measure/                 Target
programme                           Indicator
System          Coherent, effective Reconfiguration      New approach to
Investment &    & efficient system according to new gov. budget in place
Governance                          framework            before 2004/5
                                                         budget cycle is
                                                         complete
                                    Alignment of dept and R & D plans in
                                    SCs R & D plans with key line depts in
                                    NRDS                  place
                                    Institutional            Ongoing
                                    performance              evaluation of
                                    management & key         institutions &
                                    perf. targets in place   programmes
                                                             relative to targets
                             DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
 JUNE 9, 2004                      PROGRAMME 4                           SLIDE 11
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR FRAMEWORKS

   Perspective                           Indicator
Stakeholder      Alignment to national goals

Financial        Sustainability

Organisational   Quality of business processes, products &
                  services
Learning &       KM, Innovation & human capital to
Growth            enhance competitiveness
Transformation   Demographics, gender, disability

                       DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                 PROGRAMME 4                SLIDE 12
                           Branch profile

                                WHITE PAPER TARGETS


               90%                              86%
               80%                   75%                          White Paper
               70%                                                Targets
               60%
                                                            43%
               50%
               40%                                                Pr 4
                                                      30%
               30%
               20%             0%
                         2%
               10%
                0%
                     Disabled of        Black       Female
                      total staff   (Management) (Management)




                                     DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                               PROGRAMME 4                          SLIDE 13
                                     Science Vote
                                                                          National Research Foundation (NRF)
                     Science Vote Projection: 2005/06
                                                                          Human Science Research Council (HSRC)

                                                                          Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA)
                              9%
                                                          26%
                                                                          Council for Mineral Technology (MINTEK)
               19%
                                                                          Council of Geoscience (CGS)

                                                                          Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
          0%                                                       4%     (CSIR)
                                                                          South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)
               8%                                                 1%
                                            19%                           South African Medical Research Council
                                                                  5%      (MRC)
                     5%                                                   Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)
                                                             4%
                                                                          Agricultural Research Council (ARC)

                                                                          Innovation Fund Trust (under NRF
                                                                          Management)




                                                DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004                                          PROGRAMME 4                                        SLIDE 14
               Conclusion
 To change the Science Vote to reflect
 government S&T overall expenditure.
 Use of institutional governance frameworks
 and financial instruments.
 DST to be responsible for a single Budget
 Vote (exclude the allocations to institutions
 not linked directly to DST).
 DST to consolidate spending plans for
 sector-specific departments.
                  DST CORPORATE STRATEGY:
JUNE 9, 2004            PROGRAMME 4         SLIDE 15

								
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