Statement of revenue and expenditure of the Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) for the financial year 2005


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14.4.2005   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 96/545
Statement of revenue and expenditure of the Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) for the financial year 2005
(2005/286/EC)
REVENUE

Title
Chapter

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

1

REVENUE

1 0

REVENUE FROM SERVICES RENDERED

8 150 000

7 484 000

8 199 308,90

 

Title 1 — Total

8 150 000

7 484 000

8 199 308,90

2

SUBSIDIES

2 0

REVENUE FROM THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

3

RESERVE

3 0

RESERVE FOR DEFICIT

2 014 000

3 449 000

1 406 999,76

 

Title 3 — Total

2 014 000

3 449 000

1 406 999,76

5

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE OFFICE

5 0

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE OFFICE

p.m.

p.m.

14 308,79

 

Title 5 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

14 308,79

6

CONTRIBUTIONS TO COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES, REPAYMENT OF EXPENDITURE, REVENUE FROM SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

6 0

OFFICIAL GAZETTE

15 000

15 000

142 163,56

 

Title 6 — Total

15 000

15 000

142 163,56

9

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

9 1

BANK INTEREST

333 000

350 000

400 761,25

9 2

GIFTS AND BEQUESTS

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

Title 9 — Total

333 000

350 000

400 761,25

 

GRAND TOTAL

10 512 000

11 298 000

10 163 542,26
TITLE 1
REVENUE

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

CHAPTER 1 0


1 0 0



Fees received


8 150 000

7 484 000

8 199 308,90

 

CHAPTER 1 0 — TOTAL

8 150 000

7 484 000

8 199 308,90

 

Title 1 — Total

8 150 000

7 484 000

8 199 308,90

CHAPTER 1 0 — REVENUE FROM SERVICES RENDERED
CHAPTER 1 0 —REVENUE FROM SERVICES RENDERED
1 0 0Fees received

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

8 150 000

7 484 000

8 199 308,90

Remarks

Council Regulation (EC) No 2100/94 of 27 July 1994 on Community plant variety rights (OJ L 227, 1.9.1994, p. 1), as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 2506/95 (OJ L 258, 28.10.1995, p. 3).
Commission Regulation (EC) No 1238/95 of 31 May 1995 establishing implementing rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 2100/94 as regards the fees payable to the Community Plant Variety Office (OJ L 121, 1.6.1995, p. 31), as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 329/2000 (OJ L 37, 12.2.2000, p. 19).
This Office revenue comprises the fees paid by applicants for Community plant variety rights and by other parties involved in proceedings.
TITLE 2
SUBSIDIES

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

CHAPTER 2 0


2 0 0



Subsidy from Item B2-5 1 0 2


p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

CHAPTER 2 0 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

CHAPTER 2 0 — REVENUE FROM THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
CHAPTER 2 0 —REVENUE FROM THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
2 0 0Subsidy from Item B2-5 1 0 2

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

Regulation (EC) No 2100/94, and in particular Article 108(3) thereof.
Subsidy under heading ‘Plant health measures’.
TITLE 3
RESERVE

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

 

CHAPTER 3 0

2 014 000

3 449 000

1 406 999,76

 

Title 3 — Total

2 014 000

3 449 000

1 406 999,76

CHAPTER 3 0 — RESERVE FOR DEFICIT
CHAPTER 3 0 —RESERVE FOR DEFICIT

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

2 014 000

3 449 000

1 406 999,76

Remarks

The aim of this appropriation is to maintain a balance between revenue and expenditure.
TITLE 5
REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE OFFICE

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

 

CHAPTER 5 0

p.m.

p.m.

14 308,79

 

Title 5 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

14 308,79

CHAPTER 5 0 — REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE OFFICE
CHAPTER 5 0 —REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE OFFICE

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

p.m.

14 308,79
TITLE 6
CONTRIBUTIONS TO COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES, REPAYMENT OF EXPENDITURE, REVENUE FROM SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

 

CHAPTER 6 0

15 000

15 000

142 163,56

 

Title 6 — Total

15 000

15 000

142 163,56

CHAPTER 6 0 — OFFICIAL GAZETTE
CHAPTER 6 0 —OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

15 000

15 000

142 163,56

Remarks

Revenue from the sales of the Official Gazette of the Office.
TITLE 9
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

 

CHAPTER 9 1

333 000

350 000

400 761,25

 

CHAPTER 9 2

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

Title 9 — Total

333 000

350 000

400 761,25

 

GRAND TOTAL

10 512 000

11 298 000

10 163 542,26

CHAPTER 9 1 — BANK INTEREST
CHAPTER 9 2 — GIFTS AND BEQUESTS
CHAPTER 9 1 —BANK INTEREST

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

333 000

350 000

400 761,25

Remarks

Bank interest.
CHAPTER 9 2 —GIFTS AND BEQUESTS

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

Appropriations received from local French public authorities (region of Pays de la Loire, department of Maine-et-Loire and Angers municipal authorities) on the establishment of the CPVO in Angers.
EXPENDITURE

Title
Chapter

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1

STAFF

1 1

STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT

3 720 000

3 454 000

2 909 520,09

1 2

FURTHER TRAINING

80 000

70 600

19 882,65

1 3

MISSIONS AND DUTY TRAVEL

198 000

170 000

159 100,—

1 4

SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES

33 000

15 000

20 865,47

1 5

SOCIAL WELFARE

9 000

8 000

6 576,59

1 7

ENTERTAINMENT AND REPRESENTATION EXPENSES

17 000

15 000

7 346,90

 

Title 1 — Total

4 057 000

3 732 600

3 123 291,70

2

BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE

2 0

INVESTMENTS IN IMMOVABLE PROPERTY, RENTAL OF BUILDINGS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

274 000

274 000

164 169,44

2 1

DATA PROCESSING

315 000

949 000

162 118,64

2 2

MOVABLE PROPERTY AND ASSOCIATED COSTS

220 000

204 400

79 741,62

2 3

CURRENT ADMINISTRATION

140 000

130 000

93 264,03

2 4

POSTAL CHARGES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

95 000

85 000

64 590,87

2 5

MEETINGS

269 000

269 000

214 652,98

2 6

INTERNAL AUDIT AND EVALUATIONS

95 000

120 000

0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

1 408 000

2 031 400

778 537,58

3

OPERATING EXPENDITURE

3 0

FEES FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF THE EXAMINATION OFFICES

3 916 000

4 363 000

5 496 615,—

3 1

MAINTENANCE OF REFERENCE COLLECTIONS

p.m.

200 000

43 097,73

3 2

PROCUREMENT OF OTHER EXAMINATION REPORTS

198 000

238 000

215 580,63

3 3

EXAMINATION OF VARIETY DENOMINATIONS

59 000

59 000

55 180,—

3 4

PUBLICATIONS AND TRANSLATIONS

294 000

294 000

249 829,61

3 5

TECHNICAL SURVEYS, STUDIES AND CONSULTATIONS

500 000

300 000

132 191,20

3 6

SPECIAL ADVISERS

80 000

80 000

69 218,81

 

Title 3 — Total

5 047 000

5 534 000

6 261 712,98

10

OTHER EXPENDITURE

10 0

PROVISIONAL APPROPRIATIONS

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

10 1

CONTINGENCY RESERVE

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

10 2

CONTRIBUTION TO THE TRANSLATION CENTRE

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

10 3

REPAYMENT OF THE COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

Title 10 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

10 512 000

11 298 000

10 163 542,26
TITLE 1
STAFF

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 1 1


1 1 0



Expenditure on staff in active employment


3 720 000

3 454 000

2 909 520,09

 

CHAPTER 1 1 — TOTAL

3 720 000

3 454 000

2 909 520,09

CHAPTER 1 2


1 2 0



Further training, language courses, retraining and information for staff


80 000

70 600

19 882,65

 

CHAPTER 1 2 — TOTAL

80 000

70 600

19 882,65

CHAPTER 1 3


1 3 0



Mission expenses, travel expenses and other incidental expenditure


198 000

170 000

159 100,—

 

CHAPTER 1 3 — TOTAL

198 000

170 000

159 100,—

CHAPTER 1 4


1 4 0



Employment agency staff, technical and administrative assistance


33 000

15 000

20 865,47

 

CHAPTER 1 4 — TOTAL

33 000

15 000

20 865,47

CHAPTER 1 5


1 5 0



Special assistance grants, social contacts between members of staff, other social and welfare expenditure


9 000

8 000

6 576,59

 

CHAPTER 1 5 — TOTAL

9 000

8 000

6 576,59

CHAPTER 1 7


1 7 0



Entertainment and representation expenses


17 000

15 000

7 346,90

 

CHAPTER 1 7 — TOTAL

17 000

15 000

7 346,90

 

Title 1 — Total

4 057 000

3 732 600

3 123 291,70

CHAPTER 1 1 — STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 1 2 — FURTHER TRAINING
CHAPTER 1 3 — MISSIONS AND DUTY TRAVEL
CHAPTER 1 4 — SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES
CHAPTER 1 5 — SOCIAL WELFARE
CHAPTER 1 7 — ENTERTAINMENT AND REPRESENTATION EXPENSES
CHAPTER 1 1 —STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT
1 1 0Expenditure on staff in active employment

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

3 720 000

3 454 000

2 909 520,09

Remarks

In accordance with the Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities and the establishment plan, this appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



basic salaries,



family allowances (household, dependent child and education allowances),



expatriation and foreign-residence allowance,



fixed allowance for officials and temporary staff in grade C,



employer's contribution to the social security scheme,



operating expenditure for restaurants, cafeterias and canteens,



fees of medical officers, costs of preventive medical care, medical consumables, the purchase of equipment and special furniture,



employer's contribution to sickness insurance,



employer's contribution to insurance against accidents and occupational disease and supplementary expenses resulting from the application of relevant provisions of the Staff Regulations to cover expenses not covered by the insurance,



risk of unemployment for temporary staff,



payments in order to constitute pension rights in the country of origin,



childbirth grant,



death grant,



travel expenses,



accommodation and/or transport allowance,



duty allowance,



flat-rate repayment of the cost of travel within the town where staff are employed,



dismissal compensation and allowance on termination of contract,



overtime (grades C and D and local agents),



the Office's contribution to the cost of looking after children (crèches, day-care centres, etc.),



expenditure arising from recruitment,



installation and resettlement allowances,



removal expenses,



temporary daily subsistence allowances,



salary weightings,



adjustments to remuneration made by the Council,



costs of national officials or other experts on secondment or temporary assignments to the Office or called for short consultations, in particular to boost cooperation with the national offices and to develop technical protocols,



payment of additional costs to the Office relating to the secondment or temporary assignment of Office staff employed under the Staff Regulations to national or international offices under exchange agreements,



expenditure arising from the provision of practical administrative training to young graduates. This expenditure may include social security contributions for staff undergoing training, as well as payments and transport costs at the start and end of the training sessions, costs relating to the training programme, and hospitality, meal and documentation costs.
CHAPTER 1 2 —FURTHER TRAINING
1 2 0Further training, language courses, retraining and information for staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

80 000

70 600

19 882,65

Remarks

In accordance with the Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, this appropriation is intended in particular to cover the organisation of language courses, induction courses for new recruits, staff development courses, retraining courses, courses on the use of modern techniques, seminars, etc.
It also covers the purchase of equipment and documentation and the hiring of organisation consultants.
CHAPTER 1 3 —MISSIONS AND DUTY TRAVEL
1 3 0Mission expenses, travel expenses and other incidental expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

198 000

170 000

159 100,—

Remarks

In accordance with the Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, this appropriation is intended in particular to cover transport costs, payment of daily subsistence allowances on mission and ancillary or special costs connected with missions, for Office staff employed under the Staff Regulations and for experts and national or international officials seconded to the Office.
CHAPTER 1 4 —SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES
1 4 0Employment agency staff, technical and administrative assistance

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

33 000

15 000

20 865,47

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover expenditure relating to:



employment agency staff, in particular typists, telephonists, etc.,



staff under contract to technical and administrative subcontractors.
CHAPTER 1 5 —SOCIAL WELFARE
1 5 0Special assistance grants, social contacts between members of staff, other social and welfare expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

9 000

8 000

6 576,59

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, in particular Article 76 thereof.
This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



assistance grants which may be made to an official, a former official or survivors of an official who is/are in particularly difficult circumstances (when they cannot be granted a loan or an advance on their salary because of their financial situation),



social, cultural and artistic events,



subsidies for sporting clubs and cultural associations,



subsidies for family associations (aid for the integration of the families of new officials and other servants, for example language courses),



miscellaneous subsidies,



assistance for disabled staff,



assistance for families,



reception of new staff, and



legal aid.
CHAPTER 1 7 —ENTERTAINMENT AND REPRESENTATION EXPENSES
1 7 0Entertainment and representation expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

17 000

15 000

7 346,90

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the reimbursement of costs incurred by authorised staff in meeting the Office's obligations in respect of entertainment and representation in the interests of the service.
TITLE 2
BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 2 0


2 0 0



Expenditure on buildings


274 000

274 000

164 169,44

 

CHAPTER 2 0 — TOTAL

274 000

274 000

164 169,44

CHAPTER 2 1


2 1 0



Equipment, software and external services


315 000

949 000

162 118,64

 

CHAPTER 2 1 — TOTAL

315 000

949 000

162 118,64

CHAPTER 2 2


2 2 0



Furniture and technical, transport and library equipment


220 000

204 400

79 741,62

 

CHAPTER 2 2 — TOTAL

220 000

204 400

79 741,62

CHAPTER 2 3


2 3 0



Current administrative expenditure


140 000

130 000

93 264,03

 

CHAPTER 2 3 — TOTAL

140 000

130 000

93 264,03

CHAPTER 2 4


2 4 0



Postal and telecommunications charges


95 000

85 000

64 590,87

 

CHAPTER 2 4 — TOTAL

95 000

85 000

64 590,87

CHAPTER 2 5


2 5 0



Expenditure on formal and other meetings


269 000

269 000

214 652,98

 

CHAPTER 2 5 — TOTAL

269 000

269 000

214 652,98

CHAPTER 2 6


2 6 0



Internal audit and evaluations


95 000

120 000

0,—

 

CHAPTER 2 6 — TOTAL

95 000

120 000

0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

1 408 000

2 031 400

778 537,58

CHAPTER 2 0 — INVESTMENTS IN IMMOVABLE PROPERTY, RENTAL OF BUILDINGS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS
CHAPTER 2 1 — DATA PROCESSING
CHAPTER 2 2 — MOVABLE PROPERTY AND ASSOCIATED COSTS
CHAPTER 2 3 — CURRENT ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER 2 4 — POSTAL CHARGES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER 2 5 — MEETINGS
CHAPTER 2 6 — INTERNAL AUDIT AND EVALUATIONS
CHAPTER 2 0 —INVESTMENTS IN IMMOVABLE PROPERTY, RENTAL OF BUILDINGS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS
2 0 0Expenditure on buildings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

274 000

274 000

164 169,44

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



rent for the premises occupied by the Office and the hire of conference halls, storage space, archive space, sanitary facilities, kitchens, garages and car parks,



insurance premiums payable under the insurance policies taken out for the premises occupied by the Office,



consumption of water, gas, electricity and heating fuel,



maintenance costs, in accordance with the current contracts (offices, lifts, central heating, air-conditioning equipment, etc.), cleaning costs (regular cleaning, purchase of maintenance, washing, laundry, dry-cleaning products, etc.) and repainting, repairs and supplies required by the maintenance workshops,



the purchase of equipment and the fitting-out and repair of buildings, for example alterations to partitioning, adjustments to technical installations and other specialised work concerning metal work, electricity, sanitary installations, paintwork, refurbishment of offices, floor coverings, joinery, masonry, etc.,



various expenses concerned with the security of persons, buildings and goods, in particular building security contracts, the purchase, hire and maintenance of fire-fighting equipment, the replacement of equipment for officials and other staff responsible for first aid, the costs of checks required by law,



the purchase or lease-purchase of buildings and expenditure on technical assistance in connection with major fitting-out work,



the fees of financial and technical experts prior to the acquisition or the construction of immovable property and consultants for fitting-out work,



expenditure on buildings, such as management fees for multiple occupancy buildings, the costs of surveys of premises, taxes which constitute payment for general utilities (road charges, refuse collection, etc.) and associated costs.
CHAPTER 2 1 —DATA PROCESSING
2 1 0Equipment, software and external services

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

315 000

949 000

162 118,64

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



the purchase, hire and maintenance of software, miscellaneous computer consumables and other data-processing equipment. It also covers the cost of maintenance, operating and repairs,



the costs of data-processing companies and data-processing consultants in respect of services such as:


the maintenance of existing equipment,



the installation of new equipment and the expansion of existing equipment (feasibility studies, analysis, programming, bringing on stream, etc.),



the purchase, hire and maintenance of all programs and software, etc.,



the costs of external data-processing experts (operators, computer scientists, systems engineers, data-entry staff, etc.).
CHAPTER 2 2 —MOVABLE PROPERTY AND ASSOCIATED COSTS
2 2 0Furniture and technical, transport and library equipment

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

220 000

204 400

79 741,62

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



expenditure on the purchase, renewal, replacement, occasional hire or repair and maintenance of equipment, in particular audiovisual, reproduction, archive, library and interpreting equipment, such as booths, headsets for simultaneous interpreting facilities and various tools for building maintenance workshops,



the costs of purchasing, hiring, maintaining and repairing technical equipment and installations such as fax machines, photocopiers, etc.,



expenditure on the purchase, hire, installation and maintenance of electronic office equipment, such as typewriters, calculators, word processors, etc., and expenditure regarding documentation, office supplies, etc.,



furniture requirements, whether the purchase or renewal, replacement, occasional hire or repair and maintenance of such furniture,



the purchase, renewal, hire and maintenance of vehicles for the Office and operating costs: insurance, fuel, spare parts and all repair bills,



the costs of taxis or car rental for journeys which are of such an urgent and/or special nature that no other means of transport can be used,



the purchase of specialist books, yearbooks, directories, dictionaries, documents and other specialised publications (not periodicals) in printed or electronic form (CD-ROM). It also covers updates for existing volumes,



the purchase of special equipment for the Office library (catalogues, shelving, catalogue storage units, microfiche readers, CD-ROM readers, etc.),



the costs of subscriptions to newspapers, specialist periodicals, daily newspapers of the Member States, official journals, parliamentary records, foreign trade statistics, various bulletins and other special publications,



binding and other costs essential for the upkeep of books and periodicals.
CHAPTER 2 3 —CURRENT ADMINISTRATION
2 3 0Current administrative expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

140 000

130 000

93 264,03

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



the purchase of paper, envelopes and office supplies, outside printing costs, the costs of photocopies and the purchase of products for reproduction equipment,



bank charges and the cost of connection to the interbank telecommunications network,



exchange-rate losses incurred by the Office in the course of the management of its budget, in so far as they are not offset by exchange-rate gains,



the costs of bank guarantees with third parties, in order to fulfil contractual clauses,



preliminary legal costs and the services of lawyers or other experts called in to advise the Office. It also covers expenses incurred before the Court of Justice and other courts,



damages and the cost of settling claims against the Office (civil liability),



various kinds of insurance (in particular civil liability, theft, insurance to cover the liability of accounting officers and imprest administrators, and insurance for staff shops and restaurants, etc.),



the cost of refreshments and meals served during internal meetings,



the cost of Office removals and the general handling of equipment, furniture and office supplies inside the building,



services rendered to the Office by Community institutions, agencies and offices, in particular interpreting services for meetings of the Administrative Council.
CHAPTER 2 4 —POSTAL CHARGES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
2 4 0Postal and telecommunications charges

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

95 000

85 000

64 590,87

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



expenditure on postal and delivery charges for ordinary mail, for reports and publications, on postal and other packages sent by air or surface mail, and on the Office's internal mail,



the costs of telephone rentals and calls (official calls only, as private calls are billed), faxes, videoconferences, data transmission and the purchase of directories,



expenditure on telecommunications equipment, including cables: purchase, hire, installation, maintenance, documentation, etc.
CHAPTER 2 5 —MEETINGS
2 5 0Expenditure on formal and other meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

269 000

269 000

214 652,98

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



the travelling, subsistence and incidental expenses of experts and others, in particular members of the Administrative Council, who have been convened to attend meetings, study groups and working parties. It also covers costs associated with the holding of meetings, including entertainment expenses, in so far as they are not covered by the existing infrastructure,



actions with future European Union Member States,



expenditure connected with the organisation of conferences, seminars, trade fairs and meetings, with the exception of expenses concerning the existing infrastructure and the remuneration of conference interpreters,



expenditure on the services of freelance or agency interpreters and/or translators and on typing and other work sent out, in particular to the Translation Centre in Luxembourg.
CHAPTER 2 6 —INTERNAL AUDIT AND EVALUATIONS
2 6 0Internal audit and evaluations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

95 000

120 000

0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover expenditure on internal audits and evaluations.
TITLE 3
OPERATING EXPENDITURE

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 3 0


3 0 0



Fees payable to the competent agencies and offices in the Member States acting as examination offices


3 916 000

4 363 000

5 496 615,—

 

CHAPTER 3 0 — TOTAL

3 916 000

4 363 000

5 496 615,—

CHAPTER 3 1


3 1 0



Expenditure on the maintenance of reference collections of varieties at the examination offices


p.m.

200 000

43 097,73

 

CHAPTER 3 1 — TOTAL

p.m.

200 000

43 097,73

CHAPTER 3 2


3 2 0



Expenditure on the procurement of other examination reports made available on the basis of an agreement between the Office and a competent authority in a Member State


198 000

238 000

215 580,63

 

CHAPTER 3 2 — TOTAL

198 000

238 000

215 580,63

CHAPTER 3 3


3 3 0



Expenditure on the examination of variety denominations


59 000

59 000

55 180,—

 

CHAPTER 3 3 — TOTAL

59 000

59 000

55 180,—

CHAPTER 3 4


3 4 0



Official, general and publicity publications and translation services


294 000

294 000

249 829,61

 

CHAPTER 3 4 — TOTAL

294 000

294 000

249 829,61

CHAPTER 3 5


3 5 0



Technical studies


500 000

300 000

132 191,20

 

CHAPTER 3 5 — TOTAL

500 000

300 000

132 191,20

CHAPTER 3 6


3 6 0



Special advisers


80 000

80 000

69 218,81

 

CHAPTER 3 6 — TOTAL

80 000

80 000

69 218,81

 

Title 3 — Total

5 047 000

5 534 000

6 261 712,98

CHAPTER 3 0 — FEES FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF THE EXAMINATION OFFICES
CHAPTER 3 1 — MAINTENANCE OF REFERENCE COLLECTIONS
CHAPTER 3 2 — PROCUREMENT OF OTHER EXAMINATION REPORTS
CHAPTER 3 3 — EXAMINATION OF VARIETY DENOMINATIONS
CHAPTER 3 4 — PUBLICATIONS AND TRANSLATIONS
CHAPTER 3 5 — TECHNICAL SURVEYS, STUDIES AND CONSULTATIONS
CHAPTER 3 6 — SPECIAL ADVISERS
CHAPTER 3 0 —FEES FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF THE EXAMINATION OFFICES
3 0 0Fees payable to the competent agencies and offices in the Member States acting as examination offices

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

3 916 000

4 363 000

5 496 615,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



the fees payable to the offices entrusted by the Office with responsibility for the technical examination of plant varieties,



the fees payable to the offices entrusted with responsibility for technical verification after the grant of Community plant variety rights by the Office.
CHAPTER 3 1 —MAINTENANCE OF REFERENCE COLLECTIONS
3 1 0Expenditure on the maintenance of reference collections of varieties at the examination offices

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

200 000

43 097,73

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover the costs incurred by the competent agencies and offices in maintaining reference collections of plant varieties as a basis for technical examinations requested by the Office.
CHAPTER 3 2 —PROCUREMENT OF OTHER EXAMINATION REPORTS
3 2 0Expenditure on the procurement of other examination reports made available on the basis of an agreement between the Office and a competent authority in a Member State

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

198 000

238 000

215 580,63

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the purchase, in accordance with the implementing rules, of examination reports made available to the Office relating to technical examinations already carried out or, in certain cases, already being carried out.
CHAPTER 3 3 —EXAMINATION OF VARIETY DENOMINATIONS
3 3 0Expenditure on the examination of variety denominations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

59 000

59 000

55 180,—

Remarks

Examination of proposed variety denominations (Article 54(1) of Regulation (EC) No 2100/94), last modified by regulation (EC) No 2506/95.
CHAPTER 3 4 —PUBLICATIONS AND TRANSLATIONS
3 4 0Official, general and publicity publications and translation services

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

294 000

294 000

249 829,61

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover:



the costs of publishing the Official Gazette of the Office and official publications,



the costs of publishing other Office publications (brochures and publications involving the dissemination of technical and economic knowledge concerning the activities of the Office. This appropriation may also cover publications derived from seminars, symposia, etc.),



expenditure on Office publicity and promotional publications, in order to advertise its activities to the economic sectors and public authorities concerned,



the services of freelance or agency translators, typing and other work sent out, in particular to the Translation Centre in Luxembourg.
CHAPTER 3 5 —TECHNICAL SURVEYS, STUDIES AND CONSULTATIONS
3 5 0Technical studies

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

500 000

300 000

132 191,20

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of specialised technical studies (technical studies, research and development, etc.).
CHAPTER 3 6 —SPECIAL ADVISERS
3 6 0Special advisers

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

80 000

80 000

69 218,81

Remarks

This appropriation is intended in particular to cover the remuneration, travelling expenses and subsistence expenses of members of the Board of Appeal.
TITLE 10
OTHER EXPENDITURE

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

CHAPTER 10 0

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

CHAPTER 10 1

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

CHAPTER 10 2

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

CHAPTER 10 3

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

Title 10 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

10 512 000

11 298 000

10 163 542,26

CHAPTER 10 0 — PROVISIONAL APPROPRIATIONS
CHAPTER 10 1 — CONTINGENCY RESERVE
CHAPTER 10 2 — CONTRIBUTION TO THE TRANSLATION CENTRE
CHAPTER 10 3 — REPAYMENT OF THE COMMUNITY SUBSIDY
CHAPTER 10 0 —PROVISIONAL APPROPRIATIONS

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

The appropriations entered in this chapter are purely provisional.
CHAPTER 10 1 —CONTINGENCY RESERVE

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

Following the introduction of the new way of presenting the budget, this chapter can be deleted, since the third part of the budget now includes the Office's reserve.
CHAPTER 10 2 —CONTRIBUTION TO THE TRANSLATION CENTRE

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

Possible contribution to the start-up of the Translation Centre in Luxembourg (see Item 1 1 7 6).
CHAPTER 10 3 —REPAYMENT OF THE COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

Repayment of subsidy: Regulation (EC) No 2100/94, and in particular Article 108 thereof.

Establishment plan for 2005

Category and grade
2005
2004
Permanent
Temporary
Permanent
Temporary
A*16 (Ex A 1)




A*15 (Ex A 2)

1

1
A*14 (Ex A 3)

1

1
A*13
1



A*12 (Ex A 4)
1

1

A*11 (Ex A 5)

1
1

A*10 (Ex A 6)

1

2
A*9




A*8 (Ex A 7)




A*7 (Ex A 8)




A*6




A*5




Total
2
4
2
4
B*11




B*10 (Ex B 1)




B*9
2
2


B*8 (Ex B 2)
2
2
3
2
B*7 (Ex B 3)
2
4
3
6
B*6

3


B*5 (Ex B 4)



2
B*4 (Ex B 5)



1
B*3




Total
6
11
6
11
C*7




C*6 (Ex C 1)
2
2

1
C*5 (Ex C 2)

2
2
1
C*4 (Ex C 3)
1
2

2
C*3 (Ex C 4)

3
1
4
C*2 (Ex C 5)



1
C*1




Total
3
9
3
9
D*5

3


D*4 (Ex D 1)




D*3 (Ex D 2)



1
D*2 (Ex D 3)




D*1 (Ex D 4)



2
Total

3

3
Grand Total
11
27
11
27