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Outcome: Australians have access to the National Museum's collections and public programs to encourage awareness and understanding of Australian history and culture.
|Total price of outputs: $43.420m||Actual price of outputs: $45.819m|
|Departmental appropriations: $40.320m||Actual appropriations: $40.320m|
|Revenue from other sources: $3.100m||
Actual revenue from other sources: $5.499m
Overall achievement of the outcome
|Relevance of acquisitions: proportion of acquisitions acquired in accordance with Collection Development Framework target - 100%||100% of acquisitions acquired in accordance with Collection Development Framework|
|Accessibility of National Historical Collection: proportion of the collection which is available for exhibition, public programs and research target - 50%||50% of the National Historical Collection is available for exhibition, public programs and research|
|The extent to which awareness and understanding is increased of Australia's history and culture: proportion of visitors and users who indicated the Museum's exhibitions and public programs have contributed a new or different awareness or perspective on Australia's history or culture target -75%||85% of visitors surveyed confirmed they had learned something new about Australian history during their visit|
|Access to exhibitions and programs: number of visitors or users of Museum's exhibitions and programs (excluding web) target - 800,000||820,000 visitors or users in 2003-2004|