Statement of revenue and expenditure of the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) for the financial year 2005


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14.4.2005   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 96/155


Statement of revenue and expenditure of the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) for the financial year 2005

(2005/277/EC)

Pursuant to Article 7 of the Cedefop Decision of 31 March 2003 on the financial rules applicable to the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training in conformity with the framework Financial Regulation for the bodies referred to in Article 185 of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 (Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities), the statement of revenue and expenditure and the list of posts shall be published in the Official Journal of the European Communities

REVENUE

Title

Chapter

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

1

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

1 0

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

16 100 000

15 800 000

14 500 000,—

 

Title 1 — Total

16 100 000

15 800 000

14 500 000,—

2

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

2 0

PROCEEDS OF THE SALE OF MOVABLE AND IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

0,—

2 1

PROCEEDS FROM LETTING AND HIRING

3 000

21 000

2 641,23

2 2

REVENUE FROM AND ALLOWANCES FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

77 000

31 000

586,94

2 3

REIMBURSEMENT OF VARIOUS EXPENSES

60 000

20 000

9 888,38

2 4

GIFTS AND LEGACIES

0,—

2 5

INCOME FROM INVESTMENTS, BANK INTEREST AND OTHER REVENUES; EXCHANGE RATE GAINS

0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

140 000

72 000

13 116,55

3

PAYMENTS FROM THIRD PARTIES

3 0

PAYMENTS FROM ICELAND

15 700

0,—

3 1

PAYMENTS FROM NORWAY

334 880

297 740

0,—

 

Title 3 — Total

334 880

313 440

0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

16 574 880

16 185 440

14 513 116,55

TITLE 1

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

Article

Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

CHAPTER 1 0

1 0 0

European Community subsidy

16 100 000

15 800 000

14 500 000,—

 

CHAPTER 1 0 — TOTAL

16 100 000

15 800 000

14 500 000,—

 

Title 1 — Total

16 100 000

15 800 000

14 500 000,—

CHAPTER 1 0 — EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

CHAPTER 1 0 —
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

1 0 0
European Community subsidy

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

16 100 000

15 800 000

14 500 000,—

Remarks

Regulation (EEC) No 337/75 of the Council of 10 February 1975 establishing a European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (OJ L 39, 13.2.1975, p. 1), as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1655/2003 (OJ L 245, 29.9.2003, p. 41).

In accordance with the provisions of Article 11(4) of that Regulation, a subsidy for the Centre is entered in the general budget of the European Union. The revenue entered corresponds to the subsidy provided for (budget headings 15 03 01 03 and 15 03 01 04 of the statement of expenditure in Section III (Commission) of the general budget).

TITLE 2

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

Article

Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

CHAPTER 2 0

2 0 0

Proceeds of the sale of movable and immovable property

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 2 0 — TOTAL

0,—

CHAPTER 2 1

2 1 0

Proceeds from letting and hiring

3 000

21 000

2 641,23

 

CHAPTER 2 1 — TOTAL

3 000

21 000

2 641,23

CHAPTER 2 2

2 2 0

Revenue from and allowances for services rendered against payment

77 000

31 000

586,94

 

CHAPTER 2 2 — TOTAL

77 000

31 000

586,94

CHAPTER 2 3

2 3 0

Reimbursement of various expenses

60 000

20 000

9 888,38

 

CHAPTER 2 3 — TOTAL

60 000

20 000

9 888,38

CHAPTER 2 4

2 4 0

Gifts and legacies

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 2 4 — TOTAL

0,—

CHAPTER 2 5

2 5 0

Income from investments, bank interest and other items

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

2 5 1

Exchange rate gains

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 2 5 — TOTAL

0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

140 000

72 000

13 116,55

CHAPTER 2 0 — PROCEEDS OF THE SALE OF MOVABLE AND IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

CHAPTER 2 1 — PROCEEDS FROM LETTING AND HIRING

CHAPTER 2 2 — REVENUE FROM AND ALLOWANCES FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

CHAPTER 2 3 — REIMBURSEMENT OF VARIOUS EXPENSES

CHAPTER 2 4 — GIFTS AND LEGACIES

CHAPTER 2 5 — INCOME FROM INVESTMENTS, BANK INTEREST AND OTHER REVENUES; EXCHANGE RATE GAINS

CHAPTER 2 0 —
PROCEEDS OF THE SALE OF MOVABLE AND IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

2 0 0
Proceeds of the sale of movable and immovable property

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

CHAPTER 2 1 —
PROCEEDS FROM LETTING AND HIRING

2 1 0
Proceeds from letting and hiring

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

3 000

21 000

2 641,23

CHAPTER 2 2 —
REVENUE FROM AND ALLOWANCES FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

2 2 0
Revenue from and allowances for services rendered against payment

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

77 000

31 000

586,94

CHAPTER 2 3 —
REIMBURSEMENT OF VARIOUS EXPENSES

2 3 0
Reimbursement of various expenses

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

60 000

20 000

9 888,38

Remarks

This amount concerns the reimbursement of petty expenses (private telephone calls, etc.).

CHAPTER 2 4 —
GIFTS AND LEGACIES

2 4 0
Gifts and legacies

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

CHAPTER 2 5 —
INCOME FROM INVESTMENTS, BANK INTEREST AND OTHER REVENUES; EXCHANGE RATE GAINS

2 5 0
Income from investments, bank interest and other items

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

This amount concerns bank interest accruing to the Centre.

2 5 1
Exchange rate gains

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

Council Regulation (EEC) No 1416/76 of 1 June 1976 on the financial provisions applying to the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (OJ L 164, 24.6.1976, p. 1), as last amended by the Cedefop Decision of 31 March 2003 on the financial rules applicable to the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training in conformity with the framework Financial Regulation for the bodies referred to in Article 185 of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 (Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities).

The losses and gains due to the exchange rates in operation during transfers of funds may be compensated as allowed for in Article 61 (5) of this Decision. Thus, only in the case of a positive balance at the end of each financial year will it be necessary to establish a revenue order.

TITLE 3

PAYMENTS FROM THIRD PARTIES

Article

Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

CHAPTER 3 0

3 0 0

Payments from Iceland

p.m.

15 700

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 3 0 — TOTAL

15 700

0,—

CHAPTER 3 1

3 1 0

Payments from Norway

p.m.

297 740

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 3 1 — TOTAL

334 880

297 740

0,—

 

Title 3 — Total

334 880

313 440

0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

16 574 880

16 185 440

14 513 116,55

CHAPTER 3 0 — PAYMENTS FROM ICELAND

CHAPTER 3 1 — PAYMENTS FROM NORWAY

CHAPTER 3 0 —
PAYMENTS FROM ICELAND

3 0 0
Payments from Iceland

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

15 700

p.m.

CHAPTER 3 1 —
PAYMENTS FROM NORWAY

3 1 0
Payments from Norway

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

297 740

p.m.

EXPENDITURE

Title

Chapter

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1

STAFF

1 1

STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT

8 501 000

8 345 000

7 172 305,05

1 3

MISSIONS AND DUTY TRAVEL

100 000

335 000

261 803,66

1 4

SOCIOMEDICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

194 000

203 000

186 015,36

1 5

EXCHANGES OF OFFICIALS AND EXPERTS

500 000

400 000

366 302,96

1 7

ENTERTAINMENT AND REPRESENTATION EXPENSES

15 000

30 000

10 500,—

 

Title 1 — Total

9 310 000

9 313 000

7 996 927,03

2

BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE

2 0

RENTAL OF BUILDINGS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

394 000

439 000

360 768,53

2 1

DATA PROCESSING

490 000

403 000

378 469,21

2 2

MOVABLE PROPERTY AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

123 000

121 000

86 505,81

2 3

CURRENT ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE

116 000

137 000

114 661,20

2 4

POSTAL CHARGES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

211 000

207 000

179 579,54

2 5

EXPENDITURE ON FORMAL AND OTHER MEETINGS

18 000

18 000

16 200,—

 

Title 2 — Total

1 352 000

1 325 000

1 136 184,29

3

OPERATING EXPENDITURE

3 0

TRANSVERSAL ACTIVITIES

623 000

660 000

 

3 1

PARTICIPATION OF NON-MEMBER STATES IN THE WORK PROGRAMME

334 880

313 440

0,—

3 2

DEVELOPMENT OF RESEARCH WORK

930 000

938 000

 

3 3

REPORTING AND FACILITATING A COORDINATED APPROACH

1 435 000

1 325 000

 

3 4

EXCHANGES AND SUPPORT FOR PARTNERS, INCLUDING THE STUDY VISITS PROGRAMME

1 425 000

1 294 000

 

3 5

INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION

1 165 000

1 252 000

 

 

Title 3 — Total

5 912 880

5 782 440

5 518 663,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

16 574 880

16 185 440

14 651 774,32

TITLE 1

STAFF

Article

Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 1 1

1 1 0

Staff holding a post provided for in the list of posts

1 1 0 0

Basic salaries

5 400 000

5 302 500

4 708 414,06

1 1 0 1

Family allowances

550 000

600 000

471 126,55

1 1 0 2

Expatriation and foreign residence allowances

705 000

725 000

616 815,76

1 1 0 3

Secretarial allowance

38 000

48 000

41 166,55

 

Article 1 1 0 — Total

6 693 000

6 675 500

5 837 522,92

1 1 1

Auxiliary and local staff

1 1 1 0

Auxiliary staff

125 000

306 000

238 692,55

1 1 1 2

Local staff

980 000

508 000

506 360,—

1 1 1 3

Trainees

53 000

36 000

20 785,24

1 1 1 4

Special advisers

0,—

 

Article 1 1 1 — Total

1 158 000

850 000

765 837,79

1 1 3

Employers’ contributions payable to the Commission

297 000

257 000

230 687,50

1 1 4

Miscellaneous allowances and grants

200 000

181 000

183 098,31

1 1 7

Supplementary services

280 000

271 000

347 636,85

1 1 8

Allowances and expenses on entering and leaving the service and on transfer

223 000

395 500

126 879,74

1 1 9

Salary weightings

– 350 000

– 285 000

– 319 358,05

 

CHAPTER 1 1 — TOTAL

8 501 000

8 345 000

7 172 305,05

CHAPTER 1 3

1 3 0

Mission expenses, duty travel expenses and other ancillary expenses

100 000

335 000

261 803,66

 

CHAPTER 1 3 — TOTAL

100 000

335 000

261 803,66

CHAPTER 1 4

1 4 0

Special assistance grants

p.m.

0,—

1 4 2

Restaurants and canteens

22 000

22 000

20 995,87

1 4 3

Medical service

30 000

35 000

26 000,—

1 4 4

Language courses, retraining and further vocational training

112 000

112 000

104 770,30

1 4 9

Other expenditure

30 000

34 000

34 249,19

 

CHAPTER 1 4 — TOTAL

194 000

203 000

186 015,36

CHAPTER 1 5

1 5 2

Staff exchanges between the Centre and other bodies

500 000

400 000

366 302,96

 

CHAPTER 1 5 — TOTAL

500 000

400 000

366 302,96

CHAPTER 1 7

1 7 0

Entertainment and representation expenses

15 000

30 000

10 500,—

 

CHAPTER 1 7 — TOTAL

15 000

30 000

10 500,—

 

Title 1 — Total

9 310 000

9 313 000

7 996 927,03

CHAPTER 1 1 — STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT

CHAPTER 1 3 — MISSIONS AND DUTY TRAVEL

CHAPTER 1 4 — SOCIOMEDICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

CHAPTER 1 5 — EXCHANGES OF OFFICIALS AND EXPERTS

CHAPTER 1 7 — ENTERTAINMENT AND REPRESENTATION EXPENSES

CHAPTER 1 1 —
STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT

1 1 0
Staff holding a post provided for in the list of posts

1 1 0 0
Basic salaries

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

5 400 000

5 302 500

4 708 414,06

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities (Articles 62 and 66).

This appropriation is intended to cover basic salaries of the staff in the establishment plan, calculated on the basis of the applicable provisions and having regard to possible adjustments.

This appropriation also covers overtime (Article 56 and Annex VI).

1 1 0 1
Family allowances

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

550 000

600 000

471 126,55

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities (Articles 62, 67 and 68).

This appropriation is intended to cover family allowances, which comprise:

head of household allowance,

allowance for dependent child or other dependent,

education allowance.

1 1 0 2
Expatriation and foreign residence allowances

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

705 000

725 000

616 815,76

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities (Articles 62 and 69 as well as Article 4 of Annex VII).

1 1 0 3
Secretarial allowance

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

38 000

48 000

41 166,55

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities (Article 4a of Annex VII).

1 1 1
Auxiliary and local staff

1 1 1 0
Auxiliary staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

125 000

306 000

238 692,55

Remarks

Conditions of employment of other servants of the European Communities, and in particular Article 3 and Title III.

This appropriation is intended to cover the remuneration of auxiliary staff and the employer’s contribution to the social security scheme of auxiliary staff, excluding the amounts paid in the form of salary weighting, which are charged to Item 1 1 9 0.

1 1 1 2
Local staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

980 000

508 000

506 360,—

Remarks

Conditions of employment of other servants of the European Communities, and in particular Article 4 and Title IV.

This appropriation is intended to cover the remuneration of local staff and the employer’s contribution to the social security scheme of local staff.

1 1 1 3
Trainees

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

53 000

36 000

20 785,24

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the expenditure incurred in practical administrative training for young students. The expenditure includes trainees’ social security allowances and contributions, travel expenses for travel during the training programme and travel expenses at the beginning and end of the course or stay.

1 1 1 4
Special advisers

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

0,—

Remarks

Conditions of employment of other servants of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 5, 82 and 83.

This appropriation is intended to cover the remuneration and mission expenses of special advisers and the employer’s contribution to their accident insurance.

The category of special adviser includes in particular: the medical officer, the legal adviser, the technical consultant, etc.

1 1 3
Employers’ contributions payable to the Commission

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

297 000

257 000

230 687,50

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities.

This appropriation is intended to cover:

sickness insurance (Article 72),

insurance against the risk of accident and of occupational disease (Article 73),

unemployment insurance, Council Regulation (ECSC, EEC, Euratom) No 2799/85 of 27 September 1985 amending the Staff Regulations of officials and the Conditions of employment of other servants of the European Communities (OJ L 265, 8.10.1985, p. 1),

constitution or maintenance of pension rights (Article 42).

1 1 4
Miscellaneous allowances and grants

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

200 000

181 000

183 098,31

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities (Articles 70, 74 and 75 as well as Article 8 of Annex VII).

This appropriation is intended to cover:

childbirth allowance,

allowance in the event of the death of an official,

travel expenses for annual leave.

1 1 7
Supplementary services

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

280 000

271 000

347 636,85

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the employment of agency staff and other external staff.

1 1 8
Allowances and expenses on entering and leaving the service and on transfer

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

223 000

395 500

126 879,74

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities.

This appropriation is intended to cover expenses relating to:

expenditure on recruitment (Articles 27 to 31 and 33 and Annex III),

travel expenses on taking up appointment and leaving the service, including those of family members (Articles 20 and 71 and Article 7 of Annex VII),

installation, resettlement and transfer allowances (Articles 5 and 6 of Annex VII),

removal expenses (Articles 20 and 71 as well as Article 9 of Annex VII),

temporary daily subsistence allowances (Articles 20 and 71 as well as Article 10 of Annex VII).

1 1 9
Salary weightings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

– 350 000

– 285 000

– 319 358,05

Remarks

This article is intended to cover the payment of salary weightings in conformity with the decisions adopted by the Council.

CHAPTER 1 3 —
MISSIONS AND DUTY TRAVEL

1 3 0
Mission expenses, duty travel expenses and other ancillary expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

100 000

335 000

261 803,66

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover mission expenses for the Centre’s staff assigned to the Administration.

CHAPTER 1 4 —
SOCIOMEDICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

1 4 0
Special assistance grants

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

0,—

1 4 2
Restaurants and canteens

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

22 000

22 000

20 995,87

1 4 3
Medical service

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

30 000

35 000

26 000,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 59 thereof and Article 8 of Annex II.

1 4 4
Language courses, retraining and further vocational training

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

112 000

112 000

104 770,30

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the financial contribution of the Centre to the costs of further training for members of the staff.

1 4 9
Other expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

30 000

34 000

34 249,19

CHAPTER 1 5 —
EXCHANGES OF OFFICIALS AND EXPERTS

1 5 2
Staff exchanges between the Centre and other bodies

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

500 000

400 000

366 302,96

Remarks

The rules adopted by the Commission guide Cedefop rules by analogy.

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of national officials and other experts on secondment to the Centre.

CHAPTER 1 7 —
ENTERTAINMENT AND REPRESENTATION EXPENSES

1 7 0
Entertainment and representation expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

15 000

30 000

10 500,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover representation expenses.

TITLE 2

BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE

Article

Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 2 0

2 0 0

Rent

30 000

30 000

28 565,—

2 0 1

Insurance

9 000

12 000

6 282,74

2 0 2

Water, gas, electricity and heating

90 000

85 000

82 842,07

2 0 3

Cleaning and maintenance

160 000

180 000

153 045,90

2 0 4

Fitting-out of premises

10 000

50 000

0,—

2 0 5

Security and surveillance of the buildings

75 000

72 000

71 892,82

2 0 7

Construction of buildings

p.m.

0,—

2 0 9

Other expenditure

20 000

10 000

18 140,—

 

CHAPTER 2 0 — TOTAL

394 000

439 000

360 768,53

CHAPTER 2 1

2 1 0

Equipment, costs for equipment and data-processing operations

2 1 0 0

Data-processing equipment

120 000

148 000

137 541,91

2 1 0 1

Software development

100 000

111 000

110 812,30

2 1 0 2

Other external services

270 000

144 000

130 115,—

 

Article 2 1 0 — Total

490 000

403 000

378 469,21

 

CHAPTER 2 1 — TOTAL

490 000

403 000

378 469,21

CHAPTER 2 2

2 2 0

Technical installations and electronic office equipment

2 2 0 0

Purchase of technical equipment and installations

43 000

29 000

16 890,01

2 2 0 2

Hire, maintenance and repair of technical equipment and installations

35 000

38 000

27 693,75

 

Article 2 2 0 — Total

78 000

67 000

44 583,77

2 2 1

Furniture

2 2 1 0

Purchase of furniture

33 000

12 000

30 046,55

2 2 1 2

Hire, maintenance and repair of furniture

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

Article 2 2 1 — Total

33 000

12 000

30 046,55

2 2 3

Transport equipment

2 2 3 0

Purchase of transport equipment

p.m.

25 000

0,—

2 2 3 2

Hire, maintenance, use and repair of transport equipment

10 000

10 000

8 494,72

 

Article 2 2 3 — Total

10 000

35 000

8 494,72

2 2 5

Documentation and library expenditure

2 000

7 000

3 380,77

 

CHAPTER 2 2 — TOTAL

123 000

121 000

86 505,81

CHAPTER 2 3

2 3 0

Stationery and office supplies

60 000

75 000

86 797,74

2 3 2

Financial charges

10 000

15 000

3 390,32

2 3 3

Legal expenses

8 000

8 000

0,—

2 3 4

Damages

p.m.

0,—

2 3 5

Other administrative expenditure

18 000

17 000

11 143,59

2 3 9

Publications

20 000

22 000

13 329,55

 

CHAPTER 2 3 — TOTAL

116 000

137 000

114 661,20

CHAPTER 2 4

2 4 0

Postage on correspondence and delivery charges

91 000

77 000

75 000,—

2 4 1

Telecommunications

2 4 1 0

Telecommunications subscriptions and charges

80 000

98 000

90 600,—

2 4 1 1

Purchase and installation of telecommunications equipment and material

40 000

32 000

13 979,54

 

Article 2 4 1 — Total

120 000

130 000

104 579,54

 

CHAPTER 2 4 — TOTAL

211 000

207 000

179 579,54

CHAPTER 2 5

2 5 0

Formal and informal meetings

18 000

18 000

16 200,—

 

CHAPTER 2 5 — TOTAL

18 000

18 000

16 200,—

 

Title 2 — Total

1 352 000

1 325 000

1 136 184,29

CHAPTER 2 0 — RENTAL OF BUILDINGS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

CHAPTER 2 1 — DATA PROCESSING

CHAPTER 2 2 — MOVABLE PROPERTY AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

CHAPTER 2 3 — CURRENT ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE

CHAPTER 2 4 — POSTAL CHARGES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

CHAPTER 2 5 — EXPENDITURE ON FORMAL AND OTHER MEETINGS

CHAPTER 2 0 —
RENTAL OF BUILDINGS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

2 0 0
Rent

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

30 000

30 000

28 565,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover rents relating to occupied buildings or parts of buildings.

2 0 1
Insurance

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

9 000

12 000

6 282,74

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the insurance contracts relating to occupied buildings or parts of buildings.

2 0 2
Water, gas, electricity and heating

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

90 000

85 000

82 842,07

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover current consumption.

2 0 3
Cleaning and maintenance

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

160 000

180 000

153 045,90

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of cleaning and upkeep of the premises used by the Centre (rooms, lift, heating system, air-conditioning, electricity and water).

2 0 4
Fitting-out of premises

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

10 000

50 000

0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the fitting-out of premises and alterations to the partitions in the building.

2 0 5
Security and surveillance of the buildings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

75 000

72 000

71 892,82

2 0 7
Construction of buildings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of the construction of buildings.

2 0 9
Other expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

20 000

10 000

18 140,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover other current expenditure on buildings not specifically provided for, in particular taxes and road charges, sanitation, removal of refuse, chimney-sweeping charges, etc.

CHAPTER 2 1 —
DATA PROCESSING

2 1 0
Equipment, costs for equipment and data-processing operations

2 1 0 0
Data-processing equipment

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

120 000

148 000

137 541,91

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the purchase/rental of computers and peripherals. It also covers the costs for servicing, operating, repair, data media, documentation, other materials, etc.

2 1 0 1
Software development

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

100 000

111 000

110 812,30

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of computer service and consultancy firms in particular for:

the maintenance of existing applications,

the introduction of new applications and the expansion of existing applications (feasibility study, analysis, programming, implementation, etc.),

purchase, rental and maintenance of programme packages and software, etc.

2 1 0 2
Other external services

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

270 000

144 000

130 115,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of external data-processing staff (operators, data-processing managers, system engineers, staff for data input, etc.).

CHAPTER 2 2 —
MOVABLE PROPERTY AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

2 2 0
Technical installations and electronic office equipment

2 2 0 0
Purchase of technical equipment and installations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

43 000

29 000

16 890,01

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on equipment, in particular:

audio-visual, reproduction, archive, library and interpreting equipment, namely booths, headsets and switching units for simultaneous translation facilities,

various tools for building maintenance workshops,

small items of electronic office equipment such as typewriters and calculators, word processors, mini computers, etc.

2 2 0 2
Hire, maintenance and repair of technical equipment and installations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

35 000

38 000

27 693,75

Remarks

This item is intended to cover the costs of the hire, maintenance and repair of the equipment and installations referred to in Item 2 2 0 0.

2 2 1
Furniture

2 2 1 0
Purchase of furniture

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

33 000

12 000

30 046,55

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the purchase of furniture.

2 2 1 2
Hire, maintenance and repair of furniture

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the hire, repair and maintenance of furniture.

2 2 3
Transport equipment

2 2 3 0
Purchase of transport equipment

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

25 000

0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the purchase of transport equipment.

2 2 3 2
Hire, maintenance, use and repair of transport equipment

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

10 000

10 000

8 494,72

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the hire, operation and maintenance costs of transport equipment.

2 2 5
Documentation and library expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

2 000

7 000

3 380,77

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover:

the purchase of books, documents and other non-periodical publications and the updating of existing volumes required by the services of the Centre,

special library equipment (card indexes, shelving, catalogue units, etc.),

the cost of binding and other expenditure necessary for the preservation of books and periodicals.

CHAPTER 2 3 —
CURRENT ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE

2 3 0
Stationery and office supplies

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

60 000

75 000

86 797,74

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of photocopying, supplies for the reproduction equipment, paper and office supplies.

2 3 2
Financial charges

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

10 000

15 000

3 390,32

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover both bank charges and exchange differences.

2 3 3
Legal expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

8 000

8 000

0,—

2 3 4
Damages

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

0,—

2 3 5
Other administrative expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

18 000

17 000

11 143,59

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover miscellaneous administrative expenditure in particular:

various insurances,

uniforms and working clothes,

departmental moves,

petty expenses not specifically provided for.

2 3 9
Publications

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

20 000

22 000

13 329,55

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover publishing expenses not covered in Chapter 3, in particular expenses for the publication of the statement of revenue and expenditure of the Centre in the Official Journal of the European Communities, pursuant to Article 7(5) of the Decision of 31 March 2003 on the financial rules applicable to the Centre.

CHAPTER 2 4 —
POSTAL CHARGES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

2 4 0
Postage on correspondence and delivery charges

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

91 000

77 000

75 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure for postal and delivery charges, including the sending of parcels.

2 4 1
Telecommunications

2 4 1 0
Telecommunications subscriptions and charges

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

80 000

98 000

90 600,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover fixed rental costs, the cost of communications, maintenance fees and the repair and maintenance of equipment.

2 4 1 1
Purchase and installation of telecommunications equipment and material

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

40 000

32 000

13 979,54

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on telecommunications equipment, including wiring: it encompasses purchases, hire, installation, maintenance, documentation, etc.

CHAPTER 2 5 —
EXPENDITURE ON FORMAL AND OTHER MEETINGS

2 5 0
Formal and informal meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

18 000

18 000

16 200,—

TITLE 3

OPERATING EXPENDITURE

Article

Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 3 0

3 0 0

Establishment of operational documentation, maintenance of databases

70 000

70 000

 

3 0 4

Translation expenses

453 000

480 000

 

3 0 5

Management Board meetings

100 000

110 000

 

 

CHAPTER 3 0 — TOTAL

623 000

660 000

 

CHAPTER 3 1

3 1 0

Participation of non-Member States in the work programme

334 880

313 440

0,—

 

CHAPTER 3 1 — TOTAL

334 880

313 440

0,—

CHAPTER 3 2

3 2 0

Missions, meeting, interpretation

336 000

357 000

 

3 2 1

Publications

125 000

283 000

 

3 2 2

Enhanced cooperation with partners

40 000

67 000

 

3 2 3

Technical support

25 000

5 000

 

3 2 4

Pilot studies and projects

404 000

226 000

 

 

CHAPTER 3 2 — TOTAL

930 000

938 000

 

CHAPTER 3 3

3 3 0

Missions, meeting, interpretation

295 000

327 000

 

3 3 1

Publications

180 000

214 000

 

3 3 2

Closer cooperation with partners

60 000

 

3 3 3

Technical support

60 000

38 000

 

3 3 4

Pilot studies and projects

840 000

746 000

 

 

CHAPTER 3 3 — TOTAL

1 435 000

1 325 000

 

CHAPTER 3 4

3 4 0

Missions, meeting, interpretation

52 000

42 000

 

3 4 1

Publications

p.m.

p.m.

 

3 4 2

Closer cooperation with partners

p.m.

39 000

 

3 4 3

Technical support

73 000

55 000

 

3 4 4

Pilot studies and projects

25 000

53 000

 

3 4 5

Community study visits programme

1 275 000

1 105 000

 

 

CHAPTER 3 4 — TOTAL

1 425 000

1 294 000

 

CHAPTER 3 5

3 5 0

Missions, meeting, interpretation

170 000

161 000

 

3 5 1

Publications, promotional activities and public relations

235 000

311 000

 

3 5 2

Closer cooperation with partners

625 000

245 000

 

3 5 3

Technical support

100 000

61 000

 

3 5 4

Pilot studies and projects

35 000

474 000

 

 

CHAPTER 3 5 — TOTAL

1 165 000

1 252 000

 

 

Title 3 — Total

5 912 880

5 782 440

5 518 663,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

16 574 880

16 185 440

14 651 774,32

CHAPTER 3 0 — TRANSVERSAL ACTIVITIES

CHAPTER 3 1 — PARTICIPATION OF NON-MEMBER STATES IN THE WORK PROGRAMME

CHAPTER 3 2 — DEVELOPMENT OF RESEARCH WORK

CHAPTER 3 3 — REPORTING AND FACILITATING A COORDINATED APPROACH

CHAPTER 3 4 — EXCHANGES AND SUPPORT FOR PARTNERS, INCLUDING THE STUDY VISITS PROGRAMME

CHAPTER 3 5 — INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION

CHAPTER 3 0 —
TRANSVERSAL ACTIVITIES

3 0 0
Establishment of operational documentation, maintenance of databases

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

70 000

70 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intend to cover the costs involved in setting up an information and documentation system as an integral part of the Centre’s mission as stated in the founding Regulation (Council Regulation (EEC) No 337/75 establishing a European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Article 2(2): ‘The main tasks of the Centre shall be […] to compile selected documentation relating in particular to the present situation, the latest developments and research in the relevant fields, and to matters of vocational training structure’), cooperation contracts with specialist institutions, the purchase of publications and subscriptions to newspapers and journals and costs incurred through use of databases. This appropriation also covers the cost of maintaining documentary software.

3 0 4
Translation expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

453 000

480 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover costs of translations connected with the implementation of the Centre’s work programme, including the costs of freelance typing.

3 0 5
Management Board meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

100 000

110 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover operating expenses of the Management Board and the Bureau (also Cedefop staff), including travel and subsistence expenses, the hiring of meeting rooms and interpretation expenses.

CHAPTER 3 1 —
PARTICIPATION OF NON-MEMBER STATES IN THE WORK PROGRAMME

3 1 0
Participation of non-Member States in the work programme

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

334 880

313 440

0,—

CHAPTER 3 2 —
DEVELOPMENT OF RESEARCH WORK

3 2 0
Missions, meeting, interpretation

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

336 000

357 000

 

Remarks

Appropriations available for covering the costs of organising meetings, including printing, interpretation, travel and subsistence expenses of external and internal staff and catering.

The costs related to teleconferences are also covered by this appropriation.

3 2 1
Publications

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

125 000

283 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of preparation, publication (in both printed and electronic formats) and distribution of the activities included in the chapter, in particular the European Journal of Vocational Training, the Research Report, publications relating to Agoras, including costs of paper, typing, printing, distribution and other freelance services.

This appropriation also covers all promotional activities (brochure, press releases, presentations, trade fairs, etc.).

3 2 2
Enhanced cooperation with partners

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

40 000

67 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation covers all activities relating both to the collection and dissemination of information (except publications) by networks of institutions specialising in the field of vocational education and training in Europe, with international institutions and with partners having similar responsibilities to those of Cedefop in their own countries.

3 2 3
Technical support

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

25 000

5 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is to cover the costs related to use of virtual communities and various IT applications and/or tools necessary for ensuring that the projects in the chapter go well, as well as support and development activities for the KMS (validation, quality control, IT developments, etc.).

3 2 4
Pilot studies and projects

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

404 000

226 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of concluding study contracts and the evaluation of experimental measures and pilot projects in accordance with the work programme.

CHAPTER 3 3 —
REPORTING AND FACILITATING A COORDINATED APPROACH

3 3 0
Missions, meeting, interpretation

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

295 000

327 000

 

Remarks

Appropriations available for covering the costs of organising meetings, including printing, interpretation, travel and subsistence expenses of external and internal staff and catering.

The costs related to teleconferences are also covered by this appropriation.

3 3 1
Publications

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

180 000

214 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of preparation, publication (in both printed and electronic formats) and distribution of the activities included in the chapter, in particular the Policy Report, the Cedefop Info periodical, the monographs, Key Data, including the costs of paper, typing, printing, distribution and other freelance services.

This appropriation also covers all promotional activities (brochures, press releases, presentations, trade fairs, etc.).

3 3 2
Closer cooperation with partners

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

60 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation covers all activities relating both to the collection and dissemination of information (except publications) by networks of institutions specialising in the field of vocational education and training in Europe, with international institutions and with partners having similar responsibilities to those of Cedefop in their own countries.

3 3 3
Technical support

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

60 000

38 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is to cover the costs related to use of virtual communities and various IT applications and/or tools necessary for ensuring that the projects in the chapter go well, as well as support and development activities for the KMS (validation, quality control, IT developments, etc.).

3 3 4
Pilot studies and projects

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

840 000

746 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of concluding study contracts and the evaluation of experimental measures and pilot projects in accordance with the work programme.

CHAPTER 3 4 —
EXCHANGES AND SUPPORT FOR PARTNERS, INCLUDING THE STUDY VISITS PROGRAMME

3 4 0
Missions, meeting, interpretation

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

52 000

42 000

 

Remarks

Appropriations available for covering the costs of organising meetings, including printing, interpretation, travel and subsistence expenses of external and internal staff and catering.

The costs related to teleconferences are also covered by this appropriation.

3 4 1
Publications

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of preparation, publication (in both printed and electronic formats) and distribution of the activities included in the chapter, including the cost of paper, typing, printing, distribution and other provisions of external services.

This appropriation also covers all promotional activities (brochures, press releases, presentations, trade fairs, etc.).

3 4 2
Closer cooperation with partners

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

39 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation covers all activities relating both to the collection and dissemination of information (except publications) by networks of institutions specialising in the field of vocational education and training in Europe, with international institutions and with partners having similar responsibilities to those of Cedefop in their own countries.

3 4 3
Technical support

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

73 000

55 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is to cover the costs related to use of virtual communities and various IT applications and/or tools necessary for ensuring that the projects in the chapter go well, as well as support and development activities for the KMS (validation, quality control, IT developments, etc.).

3 4 4
Pilot studies and projects

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

25 000

53 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of concluding study contracts and the evaluation of experimental measures and pilot projects in accordance with the work programme.

3 4 5
Community study visits programme

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1 275 000

1 105 000

 

Remarks

Council Decision of 6 December 1994 establishing an action programme for the implementation of a European Community vocational training policy (Leonardo da Vinci programme, Strand III 3 b).

Council Decision of 26 April 1999 establishing the second phase of the Community vocational training action programme ‘Leonardo da Vinci’.

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs (including meetings, interpretation, travel expenses, translations) for the implementation of the programmes pursuant to those decisions.

CHAPTER 3 5 —
INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION

3 5 0
Missions, meeting, interpretation

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

170 000

161 000

 

Remarks

Appropriations available for covering the costs of organising meetings, including printing, interpretation, travel and subsistence expenses of external and internal staff and catering.

The costs related to teleconferences are also covered by this appropriation.

3 5 1
Publications, promotional activities and public relations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

235 000

311 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of preparation, publication (in both printed and electronic formats) and distribution of the activities included in the chapter, in particular the Annual Report, the Work Programme, the catalogue of publications, the Thesaurus, the bibliographies, including the cost of paper, typing, printing, distribution and other freelance services.

This appropriation also covers all promotional activities (brochures, press releases, presentations, trade fairs, etc.).

3 5 2
Closer cooperation with partners

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

625 000

245 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation covers all activities relating both to the collection and dissemination of information (except for publications) by networks of institutions specialising in the field of vocational education and training in Europe, with international institutions and with partners having similar responsibilities to those of Cedefop in their own countries.

3 5 3
Technical support

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

100 000

61 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is to cover the costs related to use of virtual communities and various IT applications and/or tools necessary for ensuring that the projects in the chapter go well, as well as support and development activities for the KMS (validation, quality control, IT developments, etc.).

3 5 4
Pilot studies and projects

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

35 000

474 000

 

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of concluding study contracts and the evaluation of experimental measures and pilot projects in accordance with the work programme.


TITLE 3 (OLD NOMENCLATURE)

OPERATING EXPENDITURE

Article

Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 3 0

3 0 0

Establishment of operational documentation

3 0 0 0

Documentation

 

600 000

404 752,74

3 0 0 1

Computerisation

 

155 000

344 000,—

 

Article 3 0 0 — Total

 

755 000

748 752,74

3 0 1

Dissemination of information

 

850 000

827 985,77

3 0 2

Projects on the development and coordination of research work

3 0 2 0

Networks and meeting expenses

 

514 000

495 000,—

3 0 2 1

Interpretation expenses

 

200 000

113 341,—

 

Article 3 0 2 — Total

 

714 000

608 341,—

3 0 3

Pilot studies and projects

 

1 220 000

1 597 933,30

3 0 4

Translation expenses

 

480 000

515 808,72

3 0 5

Management board meetings

 

110 000

154 934,69

3 0 6

Study visits — Community programme for those responsible for vocational training

 

1 105 000

1 064 906,78

 

CHAPTER 3 0 — TOTAL

 

5 234 000

5 518 663,—

CHAPTER 3 1

3 1 0

Participation of non-member States in the work programme

 

313 440

0,—

 

CHAPTER 3 1 — TOTAL

 

313 440

0,—

 

Title 3 — Total

 

5 547 440

5 518 663,—

CHAPTER 3 0 — OPERATING EXPENDITURE

CHAPTER 3 1 — PARTICIPATION OF NON-MEMBER STATES IN THE WORK PROGRAMME

CHAPTER 3 0 —
OPERATING EXPENDITURE

3 0 0
Establishment of operational documentation

3 0 0 0
Documentation

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

600 000

404 752,74

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs involved in setting up an information and documentation system judged to be essential for the satisfactory conduct of the business of the Centre and includes cooperation contracts with specialised institutions, the costs of the acquisition of books, subscriptions to newspapers and journals and telecommunication charges and other fees relating to data bank access and utilization.

3 0 0 1
Computerisation

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

155 000

344 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the entire cost: installation, maintenance and use of computer software and databases (feasibility studies, analyses, modifications, purchase of standard applications, custom applications, programming and operating, etc.) and running costs (telecommunications, user costs, etc.).

3 0 1
Dissemination of information

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

850 000

827 985,77

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of preparing, editing, publishing a Community bulletin on vocational training, the annual report, and other publications of the Centre, including, for example, costs of paper, typing, printing, distribution and other freelance services.

3 0 2
Projects on the development and coordination of research work

3 0 2 0
Networks and meeting expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

514 000

495 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of preparation, organisation and development of networks and expert meetings, working groups and conferences which serve to:

establish clear objectives for the various activities pursued by the Centre,

ensure that there is a follow-up to these activities,

take stock of the lessons to be drawn,

including costs of freelance typing, printing and reproduction.

3 0 2 1
Interpretation expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

200 000

113 341,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the fees, travel expenses and daily allowances of freelance interpreters and conference technicians including the reimbursement of services provided by Commission interpreters, for all meetings connected with the implementation of the Centre's work programme.

3 0 3
Pilot studies and projects

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

1 220 000

1 597 933,30

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover costs of concluding study contracts and the evaluation of experimental measures and pilot projects in accordance with the work programme, including costs of freelance typing.

3 0 4
Translation expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

480 000

515 808,72

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover costs of translations connected with the implementation of the Centre's work programme, including the costs of freelance typing.

3 0 5
Management board meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

110 000

154 934,69

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover operating expenses of the management board and the select committee, also other informal meetings related to the administration of the Centre, including travel and subsistence expenses, the hiring of meeting rooms and interpretation expenses.

3 0 6
Study visits — Community programme for those responsible for vocational training

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

1 105 000

1 064 906,78

Remarks

Council resolution of 2 June 1983 concerning vocational training measures relating to new information technologies (OJ C 166, 25.6.1983, p. 1).

Council resolution of 11 July 1983 concerning vocational training policies in the European Community in the 1980s (OJ C 193, 20.7.1983, p. 2).

Council Decision 94/819/EC of 6 December 1994 establishing an action programme for the implementation of a European Community vocational training policy (Leonardo da Vinci Programme, strand III.3.b) (OJ L 340, 29.12.1994, p. 8).

Council Decision 1999/382/EC of 26 April 1999 establishing the second phase of the Community vocational training action programme ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ (OJ L 146, 11.6.1999, p. 33).

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs (including meetings, interpretation, travel expenses, translations) for the implementation of the programmes pursuant to those decisions.

CHAPTER 3 1 —
PARTICIPATION OF NON-MEMBER STATES IN THE WORK PROGRAMME

3 1 0
Participation of non-member States in the work programme

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

313 440

0,—


Establishment plan

Category and grade

2004

2005

 Posts filled on 31.12.2003

Authorised

Authorised

Permanent posts

Temporary posts

Permanent posts

Temporary posts

Permanent posts

Temporary posts

A 1 - A*16

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 2 - A*15

 

1

 

1

 

1

A 3 - A*14 

 

1

 

1

 

1

A*13

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 4 - A*12

7

5

7

5

7

5

A 5 - A*11

7

3

7

3

7

3

A 6 - A*10

1

5

1

6

1

7

A*9

 

 

 

 

 

1

A 7 - A*8

 

5

 

5

 

3

A 8 - A*7

 

 

 

1

 

 

A*6

 

 

 

 

 

 

A*5

 

 

 

1

 

4

Total A

15

20

15

23

15

25

B*11

 

 

 

 

 

 

B 1 - B*10

3

1

3

1

3

1

B*9

 

 

 

 

 

 

B 2 - B*8

2

1

2

1

2

1

B 3 - B*7

1

1

1

1

1

1

B 4 - B*6

 

7

 

7

 

7

B 5 - B*5

 

1

 

1

 

3

B*4

 

 

 

 

 

 

B*3

 

 

 

2

 

1

Total B

6

11

6

13

6

14

C*7

 

 

 

 

 

 

C 1 - C*6

6

 

6

 

6

 

C 2 - C*5

2

2

4

2

4

2

C 3 - C*4

3

7

3

7

3

7

C 4 - C*3

 

2

 

3

 

3

C 5 - C*2

 

2

 

2

 

2

C*1

 

 

 

1

 

1

Total C

11

13

13

15

13

15

D*5

 

 

 

 

 

 

D 1 - D*4

1

 

1

 

1

 

D 2 - D*3

 

2

 

2

 

2

D 3 - D*2

 

 

 

 

 

 

D 4 - D*1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total D

1

2

1

2

1

2

Grand total

33

46

35

53

35

56