24.5.2011   

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Official Journal of the European Union

C 154/1


REPORT ON BUDGETARY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN 2010

2011/C 154/01

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Report on budgetary and financial management in 2010

1.

Introduction

2.

Overview of budget implementation in 2010

3.

Budget implementation in 2010 by Chapter

Annexes

Annex I:

Comparison by Chapter of 2009 and 2010 implementation of revenue

Annex II:

Revenue situation in 2010 - Established entitlements and entitlements carried over

Annex III:

Comparison by Chapter of 2009 and 2010 implementation of appropriations

Annex IV:

Details of the implementation of appropriations in 2010 (appropriations for the financial year and appropriations carried over automatically from the previous year)

Annex V:

Use of assigned revenue in 2010

Annex VI:

Budget transfers made in 2010 under the provisions of Articles 22 and 24 of the Financial Regulation

Report on budgetary and financial management in 2010

Court of Justice of the European Union

1.   INTRODUCTION

This report which, in accordance with Article 122 of the Financial Regulation and Article 185 of the Implementing Rules, accompanies the accounts of the Court of Justice of the European Union for 2010, gives an account of, in particular, the rate of implementation of appropriations. Likewise, it offers a summary of the transfers of appropriations between various budget items carried out in the course of the financial year 2010.

Chapter 2 of this Report gives an overview of budget implementation in 2010 and Chapter 3 examines in more detail the trends in budget lines by budget Chapter. Lastly, the annexes provide tables with figures, again relating to budget implementation in 2010.

In regard to judicial activity as such, readers are invited to consult the Annual Report of the Court of Justice of the European Union for 2010 on the Curia internet site (http://curia.europa.eu), which provides detailed information and statistics concerning the judicial activities of the Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal.

2.   OVERVIEW OF BUDGETARY IMPLEMENTATION IN 2010

2.1.   Revenue

The estimated revenue of the Court of Justice of the European Union for the financial year 2010 was EUR 39 957 000.

As shown in Table 1 below, the established entitlements in 2010 come to EUR 44 043 087 and are 10,23 % higher than estimated (1).

Table 1

Estimated revenue and established entitlements

(EUR)

Title

Estimated revenue 2010

Established entitlements 2010

% of total

4

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other Community bodies

39 817 000,00

42 959 551,79

97,54

5

Revenue accruing from the administration of the institution

130 000,00

1 072 685,37

2,44

9

Miscellaneous revenue

10 000,00

10 850,00

0,02

Total

39 957 000,00

44 043 087,16

100,00

%

100,00 %

110,23 %

 

It will be noted that revenue-entitlements established in Title 4 (principally deductions from the remuneration of Members and staff in respect of taxes and social security contributions) represent a very high percentage of the total revenue (97,54 %), while revenue in Titles 5 and 9 (chiefly the reimbursement by the Court of Auditors and by the Translation Centre of the cost of leasing parts of Bâtiment T/Tbis, proceeds from the sale of publications, telecommunication refunds and financial products) represents less than 2,45 % of the total.

Annexes I and II provide additional information with figures on the whole revenue stream (revenue entitlements carried over, revenue entitlements established and revenue entitlements collected).

As regards revenue from entitlements carried over from the preceding financial year, Table 2 below shows that revenue in Title 4 represents most of the total revenue from entitlements carried over and used in 2010 (75,93 %).

Table 2

Revenue from entitlements carried over

(EUR)

Title

Carried over 2009 to 2010

Revenue from entitlements carried over

% of total

4

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other Community bodies

44 048,98

44 048,98

75,93

5

Revenue accruing from the administration of the institution

14 470,35

13 963,59

24,07

9

Miscellaneous revenue

0,00

0,00

0,00

Total

58 519,33

58 012,57

100,00

%

100,00 %

99,13 %

 

2.2.   Expenditure

2.2.1.   Appropriations in the financial year

The appropriations entered in the budget of the Court of Justice of the European Union for the financial year 2010 were EUR 329 300 000.

As shown in Table 3 below, the budget implementation for 2010 amounts to EUR 323 784 221,31 and represents a rate of use of final appropriations of 98,32 %, which is still very high, and is, as in 2009, greater than 98 %.

It is also to be noted that, as in previous years, nearly three quarters of the budget of the Court of Justice of the European Union is allocated to expenditure on staff (Title 1 expenditure).

Table 3

Commitments of appropriations in the financial year

(EUR)

Title

Appropriations for 2010 financial year

Commitments in 2010 financial year

% of total

1

Persons working with the institution

248 514 000,00

243 614 674,62

75,24

2

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

80 746 000,00

80 149 024,44

24,75

3

Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

40 000,00

20 522,25

0,01

10

Other expenditure (2)

0

0

Total

329 300 000,00

323 784 221,31

100

%

100 %

98,32 %

 

Annexes III and IV provide detailed additional data on the use of appropriations in the financial year 2010 (comparison with 2009 and details of implementation by budget line).

2.2.2.   Appropriations carried over

Table 4 below shows that, of the appropriations carried over from 2009 to 2010, the total of which was EUR 18 228 846,03, a very large proportion was used (84,9 %).

Table 4

Use of appropriations carried over

(EUR)

Title

Appropriations carried over 2009 to 2010

Payments out of appropriations carried over

Cancellations

1

Persons working with the institution

3 477 044,48

2 910 523,20

566 521,28

2

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

14 736 301,55

12 559 807,45

2 176 494,10

3

Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

15 500,00

6 858,66

8 641,34

10

Other expenditure

0

0

0

Total

18 228 846,03

15 477 189,31

2 751 656,72

%

100 %

84,90 %

15,10 %

Annex IV provides additional detailed information with figures on the use of appropriations carried over from 2009 to 2010.

2.2.3.   Appropriations corresponding to assigned revenue

Mention is made of the fact that, pursuant to Article 18 of the Financial Regulation, some revenue may be assigned to the financing of specific items of expenditure. Such assigned revenue represents, therefore, additional appropriations which can be used by the Court.

Table 5 below details, by Chapter, the sums of assigned revenue carried over from one financial year to another and the assigned revenue established and collected during the financial year.

Table 5

Use of assigned revenue

(EUR)

Title

Assigned revenue carried over 2009 to 2010

Assigned revenue 2010

Payments 2010

Assigned revenue carried over 2010 to 2011

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4) = (1) + (2) – (3)

1

Persons working with the institution

127 481,23

75 531,91

68 604,76

134 408,38

2

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

1 029 344,18

946 757,78

646 885,81

1 329 216,15

3

Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

7 035,25

0,00

5 035,25

2 000,00

10

Other expenditure

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

Total

1 163 860,66

1 022 289,69

720 525,82

1 465 624,53

As shown in Table 5, the appropriations of assigned revenue established in 2009 come to EUR 969 356, nearly 90 % of which amount corresponds to the following items:

reimbursement of buildings-related costs in respect of areas made available to other institutions (EUR 594 526),

income from the sale of Court publications such as case-law reports (EUR 177 030),

reimbursement of telephone or postage costs (EUR 119 106).

Annex V provides additional detailed information with figures on the use of assigned revenue.

2.2.4.   Transfers of appropriations

In the course of 2010, the Court of Justice of the European Union made 17 budget transfers pursuant to Articles 22 and 24 of the Financial Regulation, representing a total of EUR 8 345 278, that is to say, a figure lower than the amount of the same type of transfers made in 2009 (EUR 9 345 304).

In accordance with the provisions of Articles 22(2) and 24(4) of the Financial Regulation, seven transfers of appropriations were the subject of notification to the budgetary authority. Those transfers amount to EUR 5 621 700 and form the greater part (67 %) of the total sum of appropriations transferred in the financial year. So far as Title 1 is concerned, the release of provisional appropriations (almost EUR 3 million) contributed, in particular, to the payment of exceptional back pay (of 1,85 %) dating from July 2009, decided by the Council in December 2010 in response to a judgment of the Court of Justice (3). Furthermore, the appropriations for external services in the sphere of translation were reinforced, by EUR 1 million, in order to cope with the heavy workload caused by the increase in the institution’s judicial activity. So far as Title 2 is concerned, a sum of almost EUR 1 million made it possible to increase the prepayments made towards the buildings project of renovating and extending the Court’s buildings in order to reduce future budget costs under the lease-purchase contract entered into with the Luxembourg authorities.

In addition, 10 transfers within articles, not notified to the budgetary authority, as provided for pursuant to Article 22(4) of the Financial Regulation, were made for a total of EUR 2 723 578.

Annex VI provides details of all of those transfers of appropriations and of the budget lines concerned.

3.   BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION 2010 BY CHAPTER

3.1.   TITLE 1 – Persons working with the institution

As shown in Table 6 below, the final budget funding of Title 1 for the financial year 2010 is EUR 248 514 000, which represents a little more than 75 % of the total budget of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Those appropriations were committed to the extent of EUR 243 614 674,62, which is a rate of implementation of 98,03 %, which remains very high (98,71 % in 2009).

Table 6

Use of appropriations in the financial year

(EUR)

Title 1

Appropriations in 2010 financial year

Commitments in 2010 financial year

% of implementation

10

Members of the institution

32 267 000,00

30 180 903,86

93,53

12

Officials and temporary staff

194 718 000,00

192 360 236,34

98,79

14

Other staff and external services

16 550 000,00

16 242 289,99

98,14

16

Other expenditure relating to persons working with the institution

4 979 000,00

4 831 244,43

97,03

Total

248 514 000,00

243 614 674,62

98,03

3.1.1.   Chapter 10 – Members of the institution

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 32 267 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 30 180 903,86, a rate of implementation of 93,53 % (97,12 % in 2009).

It may be noted that certain variations in the implementation of the appropriations for the remuneration of the Members are linked to inevitable differences between the rates of adaptation of remuneration decided by the Council and the assumptions made when the budget was drawn up (+ 1,85 % on 1 January 2010, against an estimate of 2,1 %, and + 0,01 % on 1 July 2010 against an estimate of + 2,5 %). The savings in appropriations thus made and the release of provisional appropriations (EUR 386 000) also made it possible to cope with an exceptional payment of arrears of pay (1,85 %), as stated at paragraph 2.2.4.

In addition, it may also be noted that some savings of appropriations, of slightly over a million euros, have been achieved in budget items connected with expenditure under the Staff Regulations relating to the renewal of the terms of office of the Members of the three courts (temporary allowances, rights connected with entering the service, transfer or leaving the service). Such differences are the result of the normal process of drawing up the budget, which requires estimates for the renewal of the Members’ terms of office to be made at a very early stage (almost a year and a half before the renewal dates) and cautiously, whereas the actual renewal of the Members’ terms of office is subsequently the product both of decisions of the Member States and of individual decisions of the Members of the courts.

No transfer was made in 2010 from Chapter 10 to other chapters in the budget.

3.1.2.   Chapter 12 – Officials and temporary staff

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 194 718 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 192 360 236,34, which is a very high implementation rate of 98,79 % (98,96 % in 2009).

As in 2009, those very good results continue to be the fruit borne by a very active recruitment policy on the part of all of the Court’s services. The proportion of posts filled at the end of the year 2010 is nearly 98 %, a remarkable figure if the effect of ordinary staff turnover among all staff of the institution (1 927 posts) is taken into consideration. Furthermore, it must be borne in mind that, in the context of a grave economic crisis, the Court of Justice had requested no new posts for 2010, intensifying its policy of redeployment in order to fill certain priority needs internally.

As with the appropriations in Chapter 10, it is noted that certain variations in the implementation of the appropriations for the remuneration of officials and temporary staff are linked to inevitable differences between the rates of adaptation of remuneration decided by the Council and the assumptions made when the budget was drawn up (+ 1,85 % on 1 January 2010, against an estimate of 2,1 %, and + 0,01 % on 1 July 2010 against an estimate of + 2,5 %).

The savings in appropriations thus made and the release of provisional appropriations (EUR 2,38 million) also made it possible to cope with an exceptional payment of arrears of pay (1,85 %), as stated at paragraph 2.2.4. They also enabled a transfer of a million euros to reinforce the appropriations under Item 1406‘External services in the linguistic field’ in Chapter 14.

3.1.3.   Chapter 14 – Other staff and external services

Generally, the final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 16 550 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 16 242 289,99, a high rate of implementation of 98,14 % (99,5 % in 2009).

The final appropriations in Chapter 14 are concentrated, almost entirely, in two budget items. Nearly one third of those appropriations relate to Item 1400‘Other staff’, where the rate of implementation remains high (a little more than 96 %). The remaining two thirds relate to Item 1406‘External services in the linguistic field’, where the rate of implementation is almost 100 %.

As regards the latter item, which covers external services in both translation and interpreting, it must be recorded that, notwithstanding the various measures of organisation taken by the Court in recent years with a view to limiting translation requirements, the translation workload grew by more than 12 % in 2010, compared to 2009. So, and owing to the wish of the Court of Justice not to request new posts in 2010, it has been necessary to have increased recourse to external sub-contracting and to reinforce the corresponding appropriations by the sum of one million euros from Chapter 12.

3.1.4.   Chapter 16 – Other expenditure relating to persons working with the institution

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 4 979 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 4 831 244,43, a high rate of implementation of 97,03 % (96,97 % in 2009).

Two items in this Chapter represent 79 % of the final appropriations: Item 1612‘Further training’, where the rate of implementation remains high (nearly 97 %, as in 2009), and Item 1654‘Early childhood centre’ where the rate of implementation is 100 %.

3.2.   TITLE 2 – Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

As shown in Table 7 below, the final budget funding in Title 2 for the financial year 2010 is EUR 80 746 000, representing a little less than a quarter of the total budget of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Those appropriations were committed to the extent of EUR 80 149 024,44, which is a very high rate of implementation of 99,26 % (the same as in 2009).

Table 7

Use of appropriations in the financial year

(EUR)

Title 2

Appropriations in 2010

Commitments in 2010

% of implementation

20

Buildings and associated costs

59 350 000,00

59 082 644,75

99,55

21

Data processing, equipment and movable property: purchase, hire and servicing

15 592 000,00

15 491 884,75

99,36

23

Current administrative expenditure

2 143 000,00

2 101 661,65

98,07

25

Expenditure on meetings and conferences

798 000,00

629 948,85

78,94

27

Information: acquisition, archiving, production and distribution

2 863 000,00

2 842 884,44

99,30

Total

80 746 000,00

80 149 024,44

99,26

3.2.1.   Chapter 20 – Buildings and associated costs

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 59 350 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 59 082 644,75, or 99,55 % (99,96 % in 2009).

After a sharp rise in those appropriations in Chapter 20 from 2008 to 2009 (+ 33 %) by reason of the completion and the bringing into service of the new Palais buildings, (4) the level of those appropriations has stabilised in relation to 2009 (– 0,6 %).

The final appropriations in Articles 200‘Buildings’ and 202‘Buildings-related costs’ represent respectively 77 % (EUR 45 723 000) and 23 % (EUR 13 627 000) of the total appropriations in this Chapter.

As regards Article 200‘Buildings’, expenditure in Item 2000‘Rent’ came to EUR 10 841 538 (100 % rate of implementation), corresponding to the rental of four buildings (Allegro, Geos, the T Building and the T bis Building), the occupation of which remains necessary all the same because of staff numbers and the unavailability of the old buildings Annexes A, B et C which are undergoing substantial renovation to bring them into compliance with various national standards that have come into force since their construction (between 1986 and 1993).

Expenditure in Item 2001‘Lease-purchase’ came to nearly EUR 33 million (rate of implementation of 100 %), chiefly representing the charges payable in performance of contracts concluded with the Luxembourg authorities for the construction and purchase of the various buildings of the Court of Justice. Furthermore, in the interests of sound financial management, it was possible to assign certain surplus appropriations released in Chapters 20, 21, 23 and 27 of the budget to a prepayment over and above those previously made since 2007. Such a transaction is entirely in accord with the expressed wishes of the two arms of the budgetary authority concerning the Community institutions’ building projects, in order to restrict the burden on future budgets imposed by those projects.

As regards expenditure in Article 202‘Buildings-related costs’, that amounts to EUR 13 454 818 (rate of implementation of 98,74 %) and corresponds, almost entirely, to the expenditure on cleaning and maintenance, energy consumption and security/surveillance required to ensure that the buildings of the Court operate effectively. After 2009, a year in which the use of the buildings in the new Palais was, broadly, at a running-in stage, it may be noted that steps taken (adjustments/calibration of technical installations, rationalisation of cleaning and maintenance and security/surveillance systems) have enabled a saving of appropriations contributing to the advance payment mentioned in the previous paragraph.

3.2.2.   Chapter 21 – Data processing, equipment and movable property

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 15 592 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 15 491 884,75, a very high rate of 99,36 % (98,54 % in 2009).

The final appropriations of Chapter 21, down by 1,7 % compared to 2009, are 90 % related to expenditure linked to IT and movable property.

So far as concerns Article 210‘Equipment, operating costs and data-processing and telecommunications services’, and unlike the situation in 2009, the Court of Justice has met its needs in respect of purchases of stock, maintenance of installations and development of applications without any reinforcement of appropriations. Having regard to the size of its and the specialised applications whose maintenance is vital to the proper working of judicial activity, it was possible to obtain that result only thanks, first, to the advantages of interinstitutional cooperation as intensive as possible and, second, to more selective arbitration in respect of new developments.

As regards Article 212‘Furniture’, 100 % of the allocated appropriations were committed. Those appropriations were devoted, as planned, to purchasing additional furniture and to renewing some of the furniture (acquired more than 15 years ago).

3.2.3.   Chapter 23 – Current administrative expenditure

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 2 143 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 2 101 661,65, or 98,07 % (88,18 % in 2009).

Of the final appropriations in Chapter 21, down overall by 1,7 % in relation to 2009, more than 78 % was allocated to the two following types of expenditure:

expenditure in Article 230‘Stationery, office supplies and various consumables’, which amounted to EUR 985 261 (rate of implementation 99,93 %, compared with 80,75 % in 2009),

expenditure in Article 236‘Postal charges’, which amounted to EUR 692 000 (rate of implementation of 100 % compared with 95,22 % in 2009).

Major savings of appropriations have already been made in recent years, particularly as regards paper, due to ever greater use of electronic transfer of information within the institution. The reduction is, therefore, less considerable in 2010, but it has none the less been possible to release EUR 25 000 and transfer them to Item 2001‘Lease/purchase’.

In contrast, it was necessary to reinforce the budget for postal charges by EUR 71 000 on account of the larger than foreseen increase both in postage rates and in the quantity of post to be stamped (in particular, registered mail directly linked to the increase in the large number of cases dealt with by the Court).

Lastly, Article 238 has a relatively restricted budget for promoting a mobility policy for the Court’s staff that is friendlier to the environment both for getting to work and for work-related movements between the institution’s various buildings. That budget had to be reinforced by EUR 45 000, under the contract concluded with the Ville de Luxembourg, because the number of users of the urban bus network was higher than had been foreseen.

3.2.4.   Chapter 25 – Expenditure on meetings and conferences

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 798 000, were committed to the extent of EUR 629 948,85, or 78,94 % (93,28 % in 2009).

These appropriations are, largely, devoted to expenditure linked to the ceremonial activities of the Court and to expenditure devoted to visits to the institution.

In 2010, ceremonial activity was marked by a series of significant events:

several formal sittings, including in particular those concerning the solemn undertaking given by the President and Members of the Commission who took up their duties in late 2009, by the Members of the Court of Auditors who took up their duties during 2010 and by the Members of the General Court on the replacements made in October 2010,

Conference on the fifth anniversary of the setting up of the Civil Service Tribunal.

The organisation of visits to the Court of Justice responds to the aim of improving the communication of information on the Court and on European Union case-law to legal practitioners and students of law. By organising contacts with national judges (meetings and seminars), the Court continues to pursue the twofold objective both of making national judges aware of how the Court operates, of the preliminary ruling procedure and the practice of European Union law and also of offering the judges a forum where they may meet.

Budget estimates for those types of activity being by nature more fortuitous, the lower level of activity in 2010 explains the lower rate of implementation in relation to 2009.

3.2.5.   Chapter 27 – Information: acquisition, archiving, production and distribution

The final appropriations in this Chapter, amounting to EUR 2 863 000, were committed to the extent of 2 842 884,44, that is to say, 99,3 % (99,22 % in 2009).

The appropriations in this Chapter are allocated to two types of expenditure which contribute in full to the Court’s judicial activity:

expenditure in Article 272‘Documentation, library and archiving expenditure’, which amounted to EUR 1 162 884 (implementation rate of 100 %). It must be borne in mind that although that expenditure constitutes an investment necessary to the proper working of the three courts and the departments of the institution, the amount of those appropriations had been voluntarily frozen at the 2009 level,

expenditure in Article 274‘Production and distribution’, which amounted to EUR 1 680 000 (implementation rate of 100 %). Such expenditure essentially supports the communication of judgments, opinions and the case-law reports of the three courts to the public. The reduction in the amount of appropriations in relation to 2009 is considerable (nearly 28 %) and is, in essence, due to the very much more advantageous conditions of the new contracts for the publication of the Official Journal concluded by the Office of Publications. In consequence, the surplus appropriations have enabled a reinforcement of certain lines in Chapters 20 (Item 2001) and 23 (Articles 236 and 238).

3.3.   TITLE 3 – Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

Chapter 37 –   Expenditure relating to certain institutions and bodies

The final budget funding in Title 3 consists solely of the appropriations in Chapter 37 for Item 3710‘Court expenses’. For the financial year 2010, those appropriations amounted to EUR 40 000 and were committed to the extent of EUR 20 522,25, an implementation rate of 51,3 % (78,58 % in 2009).

The expenditure in question, for which the Court is liable, relates to legal aid, covering lawyers’ fees and other expenses. It is difficult to estimate such expenditure, which explains why the level of budget implementation varies greatly from year to year.

3.4.   TITLE 10 – Other expenditure

Chapter 10 0 –   Provisional appropriations

The original budget funding of EUR 485 700 is equal to 5 % of the annual amount of appropriations for external translation services placed in reserve at the time of the budgetary procedure for 2010. The European Parliament voted a horizontal amendment for several European institutions pending the drafting of a special report on interinstitutional cooperation in the sphere of translation. That reserve was released early in July 2010 by transfer of the abovementioned amount to Item 1406‘External services in the linguistic field’.


(1)  That difference is reduced to 2,16 % if account is taken of assigned revenue available for re-employment which, in accordance with budgetary practice, is presented as a token entry (‘p.m.’ or pro memoriam) when the initial budget is drawn up, but is duly taken into account in that same budget via a deduction from the budget items of the expenditure concerned.

(2)  The Parliament had originally put by in reserve, for most of the institutions, 5 % of the appropriations for external services in the linguistic field pending the preparation of a special report on interinstitutional cooperation in this sphere. That reserve (EUR 485 700 for the Court of Justice) was released in early July 2010.

(3)  Case C-40/2010: action for annulment of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1296/2009 of 23 December 2009.

(4)  Consisting of the renovated old Palais, a ring surrounding the Palais, two high towers and a gallery linking the old and new buildings of the Court of Justice.


ANNEX I

Comparison by Chapter of 2009 and 2010 implementation of revenue

(EUR)

Chapters/Articles

Heading

Established entitlements 2010

Established entitlements 2009

Difference

% Difference

400

Proceeds of the taxation of salaries, wages and allowances of Members of the institution, officials and other servants

21 121 068,45

20 071 295,38

1 049 773,07

5,23

404

Proceeds of the temporary contribution from the salaries of the Members of the institution, officials and other servants in active employment

2 876 359,01

2 498 483,06

377 875,95

15,12

40

Miscellaneous taxes and deductions

23 997 427,46

22 569 778,44

1 427 649,02

6,33

410

Staff contributions to the pension scheme

17 111 767,17

15 847 688,28

1 264 078,89

7,98

411

Transfer or repayment of pension rights by staff

1 850 357,16

1 298 850,54

551 506,62

42,46

41

Contribution to the pension scheme

1 850 357,16

1 298 850,54

551 506,62

42,46

Title 4

42 959 551,79

39 716 317,26

3 243 234,53

8,17

502

Proceeds from the sale of publications, printed works and films - Assigned revenue

199 556,43

396 849,61

– 197 293,18

49,71

50

Proceeds from the sale of movable and immovable property (supplies)

199 556,43

396 849,61

– 197 293,18

49,71

520

Revenue from investments or loans granted, bank and other interest on the institution's accounts

52 762,98

45 171,91

7 591,07

16,80

52

Revenue from investments or loans granted, bank and other interest on the institution's accounts

52 762,98

46 171,91

7 591,07

16,80

570

Revenue from the repayment of sums paid though not due - Assigned revenue

275 874,92

345 232,96

–69 358,04

–20,09

573

Other contributions and refunds connected with the administrative operation of the institution - Assigned revenue

543 611,04

208 517,81

335 093,23

160,70

57

Other contributions and refunds connected with the administrative operation of the institutions

819 485,96

553 750,77

265 735,19

47,99

581

Revenue from insurance payments received - Assigned revenue

880,00

 

880,00

0,00

58

Miscellaneous compensation

880,00

0,00

880,00

0,00

Title 5

1 072 685,37

995 772,29

76 913,08

15,08

900

Miscellaneous revenue

10 850,00

0,00

10 850,00

0,00

90

Miscellaneous revenue

10 850,00

0,00

10 850,00

0,00

Title 9

10 850,00

0,00

10 850,00

0,00

Overall total

44 043 087,16

40 712 089,55

3 330 997,61

8,18


ANNEX II

Revenue situation in 2010 – established entitlements and entitlements carried over

Budget Lines

Heading

Initial Budget

Established entitlements 2010

Revenue recovered

Still to be recovered

4000

Proceeds of the taxation of salaries, wages and allowances of Members of the institution, officials and other servants

21 624 000,00

21 121 068,45

21 121 068,45

0,00

4040

Proceeds from the special levy on the salaries of Members of the institution, officials and other servants in active employment

2 656 000,00

2 876 359,01

2 876 359,01

0,00

 

Total Chapter 40

24 280 000,00

23 997 427,46

23 997 427,46

0,00

4100

Staff contributions to the pension scheme

15 037 000,00

17 111 767,17

17 111 767,17

0,00

4110

Transfer or repayment of pension rights by staff

500 000,00

1 850 357,16

1 845 456,57

4 900,59

 

Total Chapter 41

15 537 000,00

18 962 124,33

18 957 223,74

4 900,59

 

Title 4

39 817 000,00

42 959 551,79

42 954 651,20

4 900,59

5020

Proceeds from the sale of publications, printed works and films - Assigned revenue

0,00

199 556,43

199 357,68

198,75

 

Total Chapter 50

0,00

199 556,43

199 357,68

198,75

5200

Revenue from investments or loans granted, bank and other interest on the institution's accounts

130 000,00

52 762,98

52 762,98

0,00

 

Total Chapter 52

130 000,00

52 762,98

52 762,98

0,00

5700

Revenue from the repayment of sums paid though not due - Assigned revenue

0,00

275 874,92

274 874,92

1 000,00

5730

Other contributions and refunds connected with the administrative operation of the institution - Assigned revenue

0,00

543 611,04

533 213,50

10 397,54

 

Total Chapter 57

0,00

819 485,96

808 088,42

11 397,54

5810

Revenue from insurance payments received - Assigned revenue

0,00

880,00

880,00

0,00

 

Total Chapter 58

0,00

880,00

880,00

0,00

 

Title 5

130 000,00

1 072 685,37

1 061 089,08

11 596,29

9000

Miscellaneous revenue

10 000,00

10 850,00

10 850,00

0,00

 

Total Chapter 90

10 000,00

10 850,00

10 850,00

0,00

 

Title 9

10 000,00

10 850,00

10 850,00

0,00

 

Total

39 957 000,00

40 043 087,16

44 026 590,28

16 496,88


Budget Lines

Heading

Carried over 2009 to 2010

Variations during 2010

Total carried over 2009 to 2010

Revenue from entitlements carried over

Still to be recovered

4110

Transfer or repayment of pension rights by staff

44 048,98

0,00

44 048,98

44 048,98

0,00

 

Total Chapter 41

44 048,98

0,00

44 048,98

44 048,98

0,00

 

Title 4

44 048,98

0,00

44 048,98

44 048,98

0,00

5020

Proceeds from the sale of publications, printed works and films - Assigned revenue

50,00

0,00

50,00

50,00

0,00

 

Total Chapter 50

50,00

0,00

50,00

50,00

0,00

5700

Revenue from the repayment of sums paid though not due - Assigned revenue

880,74

0,00

880,74

880,74

0,00

5730

Other contributions and refunds connected with the administrative operation of the institutions - Assigned revenue

13 539,61

–17,58

13 522,03

13 032,85

489,18

 

Total Chapter 57

14 420,35

–17,58

14 402,77

13 913,59

489,18

 

Title 5

14 470,35

–17,58

14 452,77

13 963,59

489,18

 

Total

58 519,33

–17,58

58 501,75

58 012,57

489,18


ANNEX III

Comparison by Chapter of 2009 and 2010 implementation of appropriations

(EUR)

Chapters

Heading

Commitments 2010

Commitments 2009

Difference

% Difference

10

Members of the institution

30 180 903,86

29 104 251,06

1 076 652,80

3,70

12

Officials and temporary staff

192 360 236,34

181 156 824,21

11 203 412,13

6,18

14

Other staff and external services

16 242 289,99

14 879 938,92

1 362 351,07

9,16

16

Other expenditure relating to persons working with the institution

4 831 244,43

4 567 388,00

263 856,43

5,78

 

Title 1

243 614 674,62

229 708 402,19

13 906 272,43

6,05

20

Buildings and associated costs

59 082 644,75

59 710 997,33

– 628 352,58

–1,05

21

Data processing, equipment and movable property: purchase, hire and servicing

15 491 884,75

15 636 608,20

– 144 723,45

–0,93

23

Current administrative expenditure

2 101 661,65

2 059 426,98

42 234,67

2,05

25

Expenditure on meetings and conferences

629 948,85

743 014,77

– 113 065,92

–15,22

27

Information: Acquisition, archiving, production and distribution

2 842 884,44

3 455 761,88

– 612 877,44

–17,73

 

Title 2

80 149 024,44

81 605 809,16

–1 456 784,72

–  1,79

37

Expenditure relating to certain institutions and bodies

20 522,25

31 431,09

–10 908,84

–34,71

 

Title 3

20 522,25

31 431,09

–10 908,84

–  34,71

Overall total

323 784 221,31

311 345 642,44

12 438 578,87

4,00


ANNEX IV

Details of the implementation of appropriations in 2010

Budget lines

Appropriations in the financial year

Appropriations carried over automatically from previous financial year

Initial budget

Transfers

Appropriations for the year

Commitments

Payments

Available on commitment

Cancelled appropriations

Appropriations carried over automatically

Year N-1

Payments on appropriations carried over

Cancelled appropriations

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) + (2)

(4)

(5)

(6) = (4) – (5)

(7) = (3) – (4)

(8)

(9)

(10) = (8) – (9)

1000

Remunerations and allowances

22 134 000,00

386 000,00

22 520 000,00

22 124 798,18

22 124 798,18

0,00

395 201,82

 

 

0,00

1002

Rights connected with entering the service, transfer and leaving the service

1 208 000,00

 

1 208 000,00

475 673,62

457 525,94

18 147,68

732 326,38

9 203,00

9 203,00

0,00

102

Temporary allowances

1 579 000,00

 

1 579 000,00

1 262 314,35

1 262 314,35

0,00

316 685,65

 

 

0,00

103

Pensions

6 381 000,00

 

6 381 000,00

5 796 191,18

5 796 191,18

0,00

584 808,82

 

 

0,00

104

Missions

284 000,00

 

284 000,00

284 000,00

80 306,69

203 693,31

0,00

204 949,94

63 458,00

141 491,94

106

Training

295 000,00

 

295 000,00

237 926,53

221 901,66

16 024,87

57 073,47

46 497,66

23 924,62

22 573,04

109

Provisional appropriation

386 000,00

– 386 000,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

Chapter 10

Members of the institution

32 267 000,00

0,00

32 267 000,00

30 180 903,86

29 943 038,00

237 865,86

2 086 096,14

260 650,60

96 585,62

164 064,98

1200

Remunerations and allowances

190 363 000,00

465 000,00

190 828 000,00

188 716 207,75

188 716 207,75

0,00

2 111 792,25

 

 

0,00

1202

Paid overtime

724 000,00

 

724 000,00

709 664,68

709 664,68

0,00

14 335,32

 

 

0,00

1204

Rights connected with entering the service, transfer and leaving the service

2 251 000,00

720 000,00

2 971 000,00

2 821 828,24

2 177 268,92

644 559,32

149 171,76

30 069,43

21 439,55

8 629,88

122

Allowances on early termination of service

0,00

195 000,00

195 000,00

112 535,67

112 535,67

0,00

82 464,33

 

 

0,00

129

Provisional appropriation

2 380 000,00

–2 380 000,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

Chapter 12

Officials and temporary staff

195 718 000,00

–1 000 000,00

194 718 000,00

192 360 236,34

191 715 677,02

644 559,32

2 357 763,66

30 069,43

21 439,55

8 629,88

1400

Other staff

4 584 000,00

5 000,00

4 589 000,00

4 418 395,94

4 418 395,94

0,00

170 604,06

 

 

0,00

1404

In-service training and staff exchanges

675 000,00

56 000,00

731 000,00

731 000,00

693 722,50

37 277,50

0,00

6 423,94

2 460,00

3 963,94

1405

Other external services

456 000,00

 

456 000,00

381 546,50

306 989,43

74 557,07

74 453,50

117 274,00

116 117,27

1 156,73

1406

External services in the linguistic field

9 288 300,00

1 485 700,00

10 774 000,00

10 711 347,55

8 541 272,07

2 170 075,48

62 652,45

1 647 219,22

1 596 266,07

50 953,15

149

Provisional appropriation

61 000,00

–61 000,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

Chapter 14

Other staff and external services

15 064 300,00

1 485 700,00

16 550 000,00

16 242 289,99

13 960 379,94

2 281 910,05

307 710,01

1 770 917,16

1 714 843,34

56 073,82

1610

Miscellaneous expenditure for staff recruitment

220 000,00

 

220 000,00

195 864,56

166 946,40

28 918,16

24 135,44

27 217,38

21 613,63

5 603,75

1612

Further training

1 664 000,00

 

1 664 000,00

1 609 617,49

909 410,33

700 207,16

54 382,51

726 618,48

652 531,82

74 086,66

162

Missions

323 000,00

 

323 000,00

323 000,00

283 639,18

39 360,82

0,00

32 814,16

11 679,54

21 134,62

1630

Social welfare

43 000,00

–15 000,00

28 000,00

23 003,93

14 701,30

8 302,63

4 996,07

5 972,25

4 286,22

1 686,03

1632

Social contacts between members of staff and other welfare expenditure

197 000,00

15 000,00

212 000,00

200 507,83

192 731,58

7 776,25

11 492,17

61 921,33

61 195,33

726,00

1650

Medical service

184 000,00

 

184 000,00

131 572,19

97 472,23

34 099,96

52 427,81

58 783,93

37 484,03

21 299,90

1652

Restaurants and canteens

77 000,00

 

77 000,00

76 875,32

45 728,24

31 147,08

124,68

18 557,52

16 283,05

2 274,47

1654

Early childhood centre

2 271 000,00

 

2 271 000,00

2 270 803,11

1 677 080,62

593 722,49

196,89

483 522,24

272 581,07

210 941,17

Chapter 16

Other expenditure relating to persons working with the institution

4 979 000,00

0,00

4 979 000,00

4 831 244,43

3 387 709,88

1 443 534,55

147 755,57

1 415 407,29

1 077 654,69

337 752,60

Title 1

Persons working with the institution

248 028 300,00

485 700,00

2 485 140 000,00

243 614 674,62

239 006 804,84

4 607 869,78

4 899 325,38

3 477 044,48

2 910 523,20

566 521,28


Budget line

Index 1 (appropriations in the financial year)

Index 4 (appropriations carried over automatically from previous financial year)

Initial budget

Transfers

Appropriations for the year

Commitments

Payments

Available on commitment

Cancelled appropriations

Appropriations carried over automatically

Year N-1

Payments on appropriations carried over

Cancelled appropriations

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) + (2)

(4)

(5)

(6) = (4) – (5)

(7) = (3) – (4)

(8)

(9)

(10) = (8) – (9)

2000

Rent

11 417 000,00

– 575 462,05

10 841 537,95

10 841 537,95

10 825 549,72

15 988,23

0,00

6 870,13

125,62

6 744,51

2001

Lease/purchase

32 301 000,00

637 462,05

32 938 462,05

32 937 481,91

31 884 981,91

1 052 500,00

980,14

877 999,96

869 109,48

8 890,48

2003

Acquisition of immovable property

0,00

 

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

2005

Construction of buildings

0,00

 

0,00

0,000

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

2007

Fitting-out of premises

316 000,00

850 000,00

1 166 000,00

1 148 347,21

174 876,70

973 470,51

17 652,79

337 988,87

322 418,30

15 570,57

2008

Studies and technical assistances in connection with building projects

702 000,00

75 000,00

777 000,00

700 459,38

379 552,46

320 906,92

76 540,62

913 097,65

887 388,49

25 709,16

2022

Cleaning and maintenance

6 050 000,00

– 150 000,00

5 900 000,00

5 794 322,70

4 773 390,02

1 020 932,68

105 677,30

1 496 296,31

1 409 038,97

87 257,34

2024

Consumption of energy

3 065 000,00

–80 000,00

2 985 000,00

2 934 150,66

2 344 361,82

589 788,84

50 849,34

1 513 728,22

567 434,96

946 293,26

2026

Security and surveillance of buildings

4 804 000,00

– 532 616,00

4 271 384,00

4 266 408,46

3 498 377,24

768 031,22

4 975,54

948 300,01

829 722,15

118 577,86

2028

Insurance

81 000,00

32 616,00

113 616,00

113 225,43

112 427,47

797,96

390,57

3 087,44

51,58

3 035,86

2029

Other expenditure on buildings

307 000,00

50 000,00

357 000,00

346 711,05

317 370,54

29 340,51

10 288,95

54 174,31

46 866,29

7 308,02

Chapter 20

Buildings and associated costs

59 043 000,00

307 000,00

59 350 000,00

59 082 644,75

54 310 887,88

4 771 756,87

267 355,25

6 151 542,90

4 932 155,84

1 219 387,06

2100

Purchase, servicing and maintenance of equipment and software

3 532 000,00

349 500,00

3 881 500,00

3 881 472,85

2 727 060,54

1 154 412,31

27,15

1 193 594,60

1 191 168,02

2 426,58

2102

External services for operation, creation and servicing of software systems

8 510 000,00

0,00

8 510 000,00

8 508 991,12

4 709 395,23

3 799 595,89

1 008,88

4 239 350,81

4 193 470,56

45 880,25

2103

Telecommunications

1 068 000,00

– 349 500,00

718 500,00

718 499,96

579 779,00

138 720,96

0,04

336 369,35

236 366,67

100 002,68

212

Furniture

653 000,00

 

653 000,00

652 742,98

318 618,81

334 124,17

257,02

124 735,44

120 633,03

4 102,41

214

Technical equipment and installations

475 000,00

–51 000,00

424 000,00

423 975,59

333 753,08

90 222,51

24,41

124 043,09

75 871,36

48 171,73

216

Vehicles

1 405 000,00

 

1 405 000,00

1 306 202,25

1 197 866,97

108 335,28

98 797,75

92 236,91

16 478,49

75 758,42

Chapter 21

Data processing, equipment and movable property: purchase, hire and servicing

15 643 000,00

–51 000,00

15 592 000,00

15 491 884,75

9 866 473,63

5 625 411,12

100 115,25

6 110 330,20

5 833 988,13

276 342,07

230

Stationery, office supplies and various consumables

1 011 000,00

–25 000,00

986 000,00

985 260,86

577 307,28

407 953,58

739,14

386 750,89

341 700,44

45 050,45

231

Financial charges

36 000,00

–11 000,00

25 000,00

15 057,50

9 803,91

5 253,59

9 942,50

15 373,81

3 547,91

11 825,90

232

Legal expenses and damages

16 000,00

11 000,00

27 000,00

18 380,00

7 360,00

11 020,00

8 620,00

4 087,26

1 420,00

2 667,26

236

Postal charges

621 000,00

71 000,00

692 000,00

692 000,00

601 335,93

90 664,07

0,00

132 101,20

117 073,20

15 028,00

238

Other administrative operating expenditure

368 000,00

45 000,00

413 000,00

390 963,29

323 637,26

67 326,03

22 036,71

103 135,88

90 624,71

12 511,17

Chapter 23

Current administrative expenditure

2 052 000,00

91 000,00

2 143 000,00

2 101 661,65

1 519 444,38

582 217,27

41 338,35

641 449,04

554 366,26

87 082,78

252

Entertainment and representation expenses

169 000,00

 

169 000,00

157 225,88

113 072,84

44 153,04

11 774,12

59 436,20

38 544,26

20 891,94

254

Meetings, congresses and conferences

411 000,00

 

411 000,00

313 356,89

224 608,15

88 748,74

97 643,11

178 184,73

68 772,17

109 412,56

256

Expenditure on information and on participation in public events

218 000,00

 

218 000,00

159 366,08

137 685,73

21 680,35

58 633,92

50 753,37

28 443,91

22 309,46

257

Legal information technology

0,00

 

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

Chapter 25

Expenditure on meetings and conferences

798 000,00

0,00

798 000,00

629 948,85

475 366,72

154 582,13

168 051,15

288 374,30

135 760,34

152 613,96

270

Limited consultations, studies and surveys

0,00

 

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

272

Documentation, library and archiving expenditure

1 163 000,00

 

1 163 000,00

1 162 884,44

971 852,48

191 031,96

115,56

210 788,09

198 671,66

12 116,43

2740

Official Journal

947 000,00

– 347 000,00

600 000,00

600 000,00

389 228,22

210 771,78

0,00

363 094,05

69 028,80

294 065,25

2741

General publications

1 100 000,00

 

1 100 000,00

1 080 000,00

385 382,47

694 617,53

20 000,00

970 722,97

835 836,42

134 886,55

Chapter 27

Information: acquisition, archiving, production and distribution

3 210 000,00

– 347 000,00

2 863 000,00

2 842 884,44

1 746 463,17

1 096 421,27

20 115,56

1 544 605,11

1 103 536,88

441 068,23

Title 2

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

80 746 000,00

0,00

80 746 000,00

80 149 024,44

67 918 635,78

12 230 388,66

596 975,56

14 736 301,55

12 559 807,45

2 176 494,10

3710

Court expenses

40 000,00

 

40 000,00

20 522,25

9 828,15

10 694,10

19 477,75

15 500,00

6 858,66

8 641,34

3711

Arbitration Committee provided for in Article 18 of the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community

0,00

 

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

Chapter 37

Expenditure relating to certain institutions and bodies

40 000,00

0,00

40 000,00

20 522,25

9 828,15

10 694,10

19 477,75

15 500,00

6 858,66

8 641,34

Title 3

Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

40 000,00

0,00

40 000,00

20 522,25

9 828,15

10 694,10

19 477,75

15 500,00

6 858,66

8 641,34

10 0

Provisional appropriations

485 700,00

– 485 700,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

10 1

Contingency reserve

0,00

 

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

 

 

0,00

Title 10

Other expenditure

485 700,00

– 485 700,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

0,00

TOTAL

329 300 000,00

0,00

329 300 000,00

323 784 221,31

306 935 268,77

16 848 952,54

5 515 778,69

18 228 846,03

15 477 189,31

2 751 656,72


ANNEX V

Use of assigned revenue in 2010

 

Assigned revenue carried over 2009 to 2010

Assigned revenue 2010

Payments

Assigned revenue carried over 2010 to 2011

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4) = (1) + (2) – (3)

10 -

Members of the institutions

33,90

1 386,40

224,80

1 195,50

12 -

Officials and temporary staff

72 588,90

66 888,04

45 104,29

94 372,65

14 -

Other staff and external services

2 271,44

1 383,06

0,00

3 654,50

16 -

Other expenditure relating to persons working with the institution

52 586,99

5 874,41

23 275,67

35 185,73

Title 1 -

Persons working with the institution

127 481,23

75 531,91

68 604,76

134 408,38

20 -

Buildings and associated costs

96 531,29

594 526,12

162 860,68

528 196,73

21 -

Data processing, equipment and movable property: purchase, hiring and servicing

221 914,12

148 549,35

224 358,59

146 104,88

23 -

Current administrative expenditure

3 967,07

24 291,05

5 796,87

22 461,25

25 -

Expenditure on meetings and conferences

2 638,59

2 094,85

1 320,38

3 413,06

27 -

Information: acquisition, archiving, production and distribution

704 293,11

177 296,41

252 549,29

629 040,23

Title 2 -

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

1 029 344,18

946 757,78

646 885,81

1 329 216,15

37 -

Expenditure relating to certain institutions and bodies

7 035,25

0,00

5 035,25

2 000,00

Title 3 -

Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

7 035,25

0,00

5 035,25

2 000,00

Total

1 163 860,66

1 022 289,69

720 525,82

1 465 624,53


ANNEX VI

Budget transfers made in 2010 under the provisions of Articles 22 and 24 of the Financial Regulation

(EUR)

No of transfer

Date

Title to Title

Chapter to Chapter

Article to Article

Item to Item

From Article/Item

To Article/Item

Transfer submitted to the budgetary authority (in accordance with Articles 22(2) and 24(4)):

1

25.2.2010

 

 

195 000

 

1200

Remunerations and allowances (Officials and temporary staff)

1220

Allowances for staff retired in the interests of the service

2

2.7.2010

485 700

 

 

 

100

Remunerations and other rights

1406

External services in the linguistic field

3

15.7.2010

 

 

11 000

 

231

Financial charges

232

Legal expenses and damages

4

6.10.2010

 

1 000 000

 

 

1200

Remunerations and allowances (Officials and temporary staff)

1406

External services in the linguistic field

5

12.11.2010

 

71 000

 

 

2740

Official Journal

236

Postal charges

 

 

 

45 000

 

 

2740

Official Journal

238

Other administrative operating expenditure

6

15.11.2010

 

 

150 000

 

2022

Cleaning and maintenance

2001

Lease/purchase

 

 

 

 

80 000

 

2024

Consumption of energy

2001

Lease/purchase

 

 

 

 

450 000

 

2026

Security and surveillance of buildings

2001

Lease/purchase

 

 

 

51 000

 

 

214

Technical equipment and installations

2001

Lease/purchase

 

 

 

25 000

 

 

230

Stationery, office supplies and various consumables

2001

Lease/purchase

 

 

 

231 000

 

 

2740

Official Journal

2001

Lease/purchase

7

9.12.2010

 

 

386 000

 

109

Provisional appropriation

1000

Remunerations and allowances (Members)

 

 

 

 

2 380 000

 

129

Provisional appropriation

1200

Remunerations and allowances (Officials and temporary staff)

 

 

 

 

61 000

 

 

1400

Other staff

Sub-total

5 621 700

485 700

1 423 000

3 713 000

0

 

 

Transfers within Articles, not submitted to the budgetary authority (in accordance with Article 24(4)):

1

10.3.2010

 

 

 

23 116

2026

Security and surveillance of buildings

2028

Insurance

2

24.6.2010

 

 

 

720 000

1200

Remunerations and allowances (Officials and temporary staff)

1204

Rights connected with entering the service, transfer and leaving the service

3

22.7.2010

 

 

 

9 500

2026

Security and surveillance of buildings

2028

Insurance

4

16.9.2010

 

 

 

850 000

2001

Lease/purchase

2007

Fitting-out of premises

5

16.9.2010

 

 

 

75 000

2001

Lease/purchase

2008

Studies and technical assistance in connection with building projects

6

14.10.2010

 

 

 

50 000

2026

Security and surveillance of buildings

2029

Other expenditure on buildings

7

20.10.2010

 

 

 

15 000

1630

Social welfare

1632

Social contacts between members of staff and other welfare expenditure

8

3.11.2010

 

 

 

349 500

2103

Telecommunications

2100

Purchase, servicing and maintenance of equipment and software

9

17.11.2010

 

 

 

56 000

1400

Other staff

1404

In-service training and staff exchanges

10

8.12.2010

 

 

 

575 462

2000

Rent

2001

Lease/purchase

Sub-total

2 723 578

0

0

0

2 723 578

 

 

Total

8 345 278

485 700

1 423 000

3 713 000

2 723 578