Statement of revenue and expenditure of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction for the financial year 2005


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14.4.2005   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 96/579
Statement of revenue and expenditure of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction for the financial year 2005
(2005/287/EC)
REVENUE

Title
Chapter

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

1

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

1 0

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

12 000 000

11 730 000

9 300 000,—

 

Title 1 — Total

12 000 000

11 730 000

9 300 000,—

2

OTHER SUBSIDIES

2 0

NORWAY PARTICIPATION

515 625

514 030

420 750,—

2 1

PRE-ACCESSION STRATEGY



 

500 000,—

2 2

EXPENDITURE FOR IMPLEMENTING SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDED BY SPECIFIC EU SUBSIDIES





0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

515 625

514 030

920 750,—

3

REVENUE FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

3 0

REVENUE FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT





0,—

 

Title 3 — Total





0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

12 515 625

12 244 030

10 220 750,—
TITLE 1
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

 

CHAPTER 1 0

12 000 000

11 730 000

9 300 000,—

 

Title 1 — Total

12 000 000

11 730 000

9 300 000,—

CHAPTER 1 0 — EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY
CHAPTER 1 0 —EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SUBSIDY

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

12 000 000

11 730 000

9 300 000,—

Remarks

Council Regulation (EEC) No 302/93 of 8 February 1993 on the establishment of a European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (OJ L 36, 12.2.1993, p. 1).
Revenue and expenditure shall be in balance.
The Centre's revenue shall, without prejudice to other resources, consist of a subsidy from the Community entered under a specific heading of the general budget of the European Communities (‘Commission’ section).
TITLE 2
OTHER SUBSIDIES

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

 

CHAPTER 2 0

515 625

514 030

420 750,—

 

CHAPTER 2 1



 

500 000,—

 

CHAPTER 2 2





0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

515 625

514 030

920 750,—

CHAPTER 2 0 — NORWAY PARTICIPATION
CHAPTER 2 1 — PRE-ACCESSION STRATEGY
CHAPTER 2 2 — EXPENDITURE FOR IMPLEMENTING SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDED BY SPECIFIC EU SUBSIDIES
CHAPTER 2 0 —NORWAY PARTICIPATION

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

515 625

514 030

420 750,—

Remarks

Other subsidies.
CHAPTER 2 1 —PRE-ACCESSION STRATEGY

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003



 

500 000,—
CHAPTER 2 2 —EXPENDITURE FOR IMPLEMENTING SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDED BY SPECIFIC EU SUBSIDIES

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003





0,—
TITLE 3
REVENUE FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

Article
Item

Heading

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003

 

CHAPTER 3 0





0,—

 

Title 3 — Total





0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

12 515 625

12 244 030

10 664 611,—

CHAPTER 3 0 — REVENUE FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT
CHAPTER 3 0 —REVENUE FOR SERVICES RENDERED AGAINST PAYMENT

Financial year 2005

Financial year 2004

Financial year 2003





0,—

Remarks

Revenue for services rendered against payment.
EXPENDITURE

Title
Chapter

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1

EXPENDITURE RELATING TO PERSONS WORKING WITH THE EMCDDA

1 1

STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT

6 590 000

6 415 000

5 300 072,—

1 2

PENSIONS AND SEVERANCE GRANTS

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Title 1 — Total

6 590 000

6 415 000

5 300 072,—

2

EXPENDITURE FOR SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

2 1

ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

1 395 000

1 235 000

887 820,—

 

Title 2 — Total

1 395 000

1 235 000

887 820,—

3

EXPENDITURE FOR OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS

3 1

DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES

4 530 625

4 594 030

3 532 058,—

 

Title 3 — Total

4 530 625

4 594 030

3 532 058,—

4

EXPENDITURE FOR IMPLEMENTING SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDED BY SPECIFIC EU SUBSIDIES

4 1

PROJECTS

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Title 4 — Total

 

p.m.

p.m.

5

RESERVE





0,—

 

EXPENDITURE ‘PHARE’

300 000



0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

12 815 625

12 244 030

9 719 950,—
TITLE 1
EXPENDITURE RELATING TO PERSONS WORKING WITH THE EMCDDA

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 1 1

1 1 1

Salaries and allowances for temporary and permanent staff

1 1 1 1

Salaries for temporary and permanent staff

4 444 500

4 170 000

3 573 600,—

1 1 1 2

Family allowances for temporary and permanent staff

471 000

360 000

314 600,—

1 1 1 3

Expatriation and foreign residence allowances for temporary and permanent staff

630 000

586 000

501 746,—

1 1 1 4

Fixed allowances for temporary and permanent staff

18 500

27 000

18 500,—

1 1 1 5

Birth and death grants for temporary and permanent staff

1 000

1 000

650,—

1 1 1 6

Annual travel costs from the place of employment to the place of origin for temporary and permanent staff

165 000

120 000

97 004,—

1 1 1 7

Allowances and expenses on entering and leaving the service and on transfer (travels, installation, resettlement and transfer, removal, temporary daily subsistence allowance) for temporary and permanent staff

175 000

210 000

60 900,—

 

Article 1 1 1 — Total

5 905 000

5 474 000

4 567 000,—

1 1 2

Salaries and allowances for auxiliary staff

1 1 2 1

Auxiliary staff

85 000

423 900

383 250,—

 

Article 1 1 2 — Total

85 000

423 900

383 250,—

1 1 3

Salaries and allowances for local staff

1 1 3 1

Local staff

p.m.

375 100

265 600,—

 

Article 1 1 3 — Total

p.m.

375 100

265 600,—

1 1 4

Salaries and allowances for contractual agents

1 1 4 1

Contractual agents

545 000

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 1 1 4 — Total

545 000

p.m.

p.m.

1 1 5

Expenditure for other agents

1 1 5 1

National and international officials and staff from private sector temporarily assigned to EMCDDA

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

1 1 5 2

EMCDDA staff temporarily assigned to national civil services, international organisation, public or private institutions or undertakings

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

1 1 5 3

Agency staff

p.m.

18 000

51 410,—

1 1 5 4

Stagiaires

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 1 1 5 — Total

p.m.

18 000

51 410,—

1 1 6

Social security system

1 1 6 1

Insurance against sickness

155 000

140 000

119 700,—

1 1 6 2

Insurance against accidents and occupational disease

40 000

36 000

31 000,—

1 1 6 3

Unemployment insurance for temporary staff

50 000

33 000

25 500,—

1 1 6 4

Establishment or maintenance of pension rights for temporary staff

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 1 1 6 — Total

245 000

209 000

176 200,—

1 1 7

Appropriations to cover adjustments to the remuneration of officials and other staff

1 1 7 1

Weightings

– 290 000

– 240 000

– 255 000,—

1 1 7 2

Provisional appropriation

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 1 1 7 — Total

– 290 000

– 240 000

– 255 000,—

1 1 8

Expenditure arising from recruitment procedures

1 1 8 1

Recruitment procedure

40 000

75 000

24 500,—

 

Article 1 1 8 — Total

40 000

75 000

24 500,—

1 1 9

Training, retraining and information for staff

1 1 9 1

Training

60 000

80 000

87 112,—

 

Article 1 1 9 — Total

60 000

80 000

87 112,—

 

CHAPTER 1 1 — TOTAL

6 590 000

6 415 000

5 300 072,—

CHAPTER 1 2

1 2 1

Pensions and severance grants

1 2 1 1

Pensions and severance grants

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 1 2 1 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 1 2 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Title 1 — Total

6 590 000

6 415 000

5 300 072,—

CHAPTER 1 1 — STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 1 2 — PENSIONS AND SEVERANCE GRANTS
CHAPTER 1 1 —STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT
1 1 1Salaries and allowances for temporary and permanent staff
1 1 1 1Salaries for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

4 444 500

4 170 000

3 573 600,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 62, 67 and 68 thereof and Section I of Annex VII thereto.
1 1 1 2Family allowances for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

471 000

360 000

314 600,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the household, dependent child and education allowances for permanent officials and temporary staff.
1 1 1 3Expatriation and foreign residence allowances for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

630 000

586 000

501 746,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 62 and 69 thereof and Article 4 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover expatriation and foreign-residence allowances for permanent officials and temporary staff.
1 1 1 4Fixed allowances for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

18 500

27 000

18 500,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 4(a) of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the secretarial allowance paid to category C officials, temporary staff and auxiliary staff employed as shorthand-typists or typists, teleprinter operators, typesetters, executive secretaries or principal secretaries.
1 1 1 5Birth and death grants for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1 000

1 000

650,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 70, 74 and 75 thereof.
This appropriation is intended to cover:



lump-sum childbirth grants
and, in the event of the death of an official:



the deceased's full remuneration until the end of the third month following that in which death occurred,



the costs of transporting the body to the deceased's place of origin.
1 1 1 6Annual travel costs from the place of employment to the place of origin for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

165 000

120 000

97 004,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 8 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the lump-sum payment of travel costs of officials and temporary staff, their spouses and dependants from the place of employment to the place of origin, subject to the following conditions:



once per calendar year, if the distance by rail is more than 50 km but less than 725 km,



twice per calendar year, if the distance by rail is at least 725 km.
1 1 1 7Allowances and expenses on entering and leaving the service and on transfer (travels, installation, resettlement and transfer, removal, temporary daily subsistence allowance) for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

175 000

210 000

60 900,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 20 and 71 thereof and Article 7 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the travel expenses due to staff (including their families) on taking up duty or leaving the service.
Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 5 and 6 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the installation allowances due to staff obliged to change their place of residence on taking up duty and on finally leaving the EMCDDA and resettling elsewhere.
Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 20 and 71 thereof and Article 9 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the removal expenses due to staff obliged to change their place of residence on taking up their appointment, on transfer to a new place of employment within the service and on finally leaving the service and resettling elsewhere.
This appropriation is intended to cover the daily subsistence allowances due to staff able to prove that they were obliged to change their place of residence after taking up their duties (including transfer).
1 1 2Salaries and allowances for auxiliary staff
1 1 2 1Auxiliary staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

85 000

423 900

383 250,—

Remarks

Conditions of employment of other servants of the European Communities, and in particular Article 3 and Title III thereof.
1 1 3Salaries and allowances for local staff
1 1 3 1Local staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

375 100

265 600,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the remuneration (including overtime) and the employer's share of social security contributions for local staff.
1 1 4Salaries and allowances for contractual agents
1 1 4 1Contractual agents

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

545 000

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

New Staff Regulation foreseen after may 2004.
1 1 5Expenditure for other agents
1 1 5 1National and international officials and staff from private sector temporarily assigned to EMCDDA

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of national officials or other experts on secondment or temporary assignments to the EMCDDA or called for short consultations, in particular to enhance cooperation with national offices.
1 1 5 2EMCDDA staff temporarily assigned to national civil services, international organisation, public or private institutions or undertakings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This item is intended to cover expenditure relating to the secondment or temporary assignment of EMCDDA officials to national or international services.
1 1 5 3Agency staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

18 000

51 410,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the use of agency (casual) staff, in particular typists and telephonists.
The hiring of agency staff is useful when certain departments need flexibility to respond to ad hoc needs.
1 1 5 4Stagiaires

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This chapter is intended to cover the costs of employing trainees.
1 1 6Social security system
1 1 6 1Insurance against sickness

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

155 000

140 000

119 700,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 72 thereof.
Rules on sickness insurance for officials of the European Communities and in particular Article 23 thereof.
This appropriation is intended to cover the employer's contribution (3,5 % of the basic salary); the staff contribution comes to 1,7 % of the basic salary.
1 1 6 2Insurance against accidents and occupational disease

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

40 000

36 000

31 000,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 73 thereof.
This appropriation is intended to cover:



the employer's contribution to insurance against occupational disease and accidents (0,77 % of the basic salary),



a further 2 % is added to the appropriations thus calculated (increasing the rate to 0,7854 %) to cover expenditure not covered by the insurance (Article 73 of the Staff Regulations).
1 1 6 3Unemployment insurance for temporary staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

50 000

33 000

25 500,—

Remarks

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).
This appropriation is intended to cover the risk of unemployment for temporary staff.
1 1 6 4Establishment or maintenance of pension rights for temporary staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

Conditions of employment of other servants of the European Communities, and in particular Article 42 thereof.
This item is intended to cover payments by the EMCDDA on behalf of temporary staff in order to constitute or maintain their pension rights in their country of origin.
1 1 7Appropriations to cover adjustments to the remuneration of officials and other staff
1 1 7 1Weightings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

– 290 000

– 240 000

– 255 000,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 64 and 65 thereof.
This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of weightings applied to the remuneration of officials and auxiliary staff and to overtime.
1 1 7 2Provisional appropriation

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 65 thereof.
This item is intended to cover the cost of any adjustments to remuneration approved by the Council during the financial year.
1 1 8Expenditure arising from recruitment procedures
1 1 8 1Recruitment procedure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

40 000

75 000

24 500,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 27 to 31 and 33 thereof and Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure arising from recruitment procedures and in particular the cost of the organisation of competitions.
1 1 9Training, retraining and information for staff
1 1 9 1Training

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

60 000

80 000

87 112,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular the third indent of Article 24 thereof.
This appropriation is intended 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 the necessary equipment and documentation and the hiring of organisational consultants.
CHAPTER 1 2 —PENSIONS AND SEVERANCE GRANTS
1 2 1Pensions and severance grants
1 2 1 1Pensions and severance grants

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

The chapter is intended to cover pensions and severance grants (Article 1 9 0), insurance against sickness (Article 1 9 3), social assistance for recipients of a Community pension (Article 1 9 6) and adjustments to pensions and various allowances (Article 1 9 9).
TITLE 2
EXPENDITURE FOR SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 2 1

2 1 1

Investments in immovable property, rental of buildings and associated costs

2 1 1 1

Rent

364 248

226 248

32 967,—

2 1 1 2

Water, gas, electricity and heating

42 000

40 000

30 000,—

2 1 1 3

Cleaning and maintenance

89 250

85 000

78 633,—

2 1 1 4

Security and surveillance of buildings

92 400

88 000

71 148,—

2 1 1 5

Acquisition of immovable property

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

2 1 1 6

Construction of buildings

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

2 1 1 7

Other expenditure on buildings

30 000

40 000

34 468,—

 

Article 2 1 1 — Total

617 898

479 248

247 216,—

2 1 2

Data processing

2 1 2 1

Computer centre operations

415 000

379 440

294 082,—

 

Article 2 1 2 — Total

415 000

379 440

294 082,—

2 1 3

Movable property and associated costs

2 1 3 1

New purchases or replacement of technical equipment and installations

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

2 1 3 2

Maintenance, use, repair and hire of technical equipment and installations

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

2 1 3 3

New purchases or replacement of furniture

5 250

5 000

4 700,—

2 1 3 4

Maintenance, use, repair and hire of furniture

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

2 1 3 5

New purchases or replacement of vehicles

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

2 1 3 6

Maintenance, use, repair and hire of vehicles

10 500

10 000

7 500,—

2 1 3 7

Library stocks, purchase of books

20 000

25 000

22 991,—

2 1 3 8

Subscriptions to newspapers, periodical and news agencies

21 100

27 000

29 509,—

2 1 3 9

Stationery and office supplies

55 000

70 000

47 600,—

 

Article 2 1 3 — Total

111 850

137 000

112 300,—

2 1 4

Current administrative expenditure

2 1 4 1

Bank and other financial charges

30 000

30 000

32 842,—

2 1 4 2

Damages/legal expenses

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

2 1 4 3

Miscellaneous insurances

15 750

15 000

20 000,—

2 1 4 4

Uniforms and working clothing

2 468

2 350

2 000,—

2 1 4 5

Miscellaneous expenditure on internal meetings

7 873

8 450

10 000,—

2 1 4 6

Internal removals and associated handling

 

 

p.m.

2 1 4 7

Postal and delivery charges

37 025

35 262

38 020,—

2 1 4 8

Telephone, telegraph, telex, television

99 750

95 000

88 000,—

2 1 4 9

Other current administrative expenditure

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 2 1 4 — Total

192 866

186 062

190 862,—

2 1 5

Sociomedical infrastructure and social welfare

2 1 5 1

Restaurants and canteens

13 750

15 000

14 000,—

2 1 5 2

Social contacts between staff

17 500

22 500

15 360,—

2 1 5 3

Early childhood centre and other ‘crèches’

5 136

5 750

0,—

2 1 5 4

Medical Service

21 000

10 000

14 000,—

 

Article 2 1 5 — Total

57 386

53 250

43 360,—

 

CHAPTER 2 1 — TOTAL

1 395 000

1 235 000

887 820,—

 

Title 2 — Total

1 395 000

1 235 000

887 820,—

CHAPTER 2 1 — ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES
CHAPTER 2 1 —ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES
2 1 1Investments in immovable property, rental of buildings and associated costs
2 1 1 1Rent

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

364 248

226 248

32 967,—

Remarks

This article is intended to cover rent on buildings or parts of buildings occupied by the EMCDDA.
2 1 1 2Water, gas, electricity and heating

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

42 000

40 000

30 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover consumption of water, gas and electricity and heating costs.
2 1 1 3Cleaning and maintenance

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

89 250

85 000

78 633,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on cleaning, inter alia, of the premises (regular cleaning, purchase of products for maintenance, washing, laundry, dry-cleaning, etc.).
It also includes the cost of maintaining equipment and technical installations (lifts, central heating, air-conditioning, etc.).
2 1 1 4Security and surveillance of buildings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

92 400

88 000

71 148,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure relating to the security of persons, buildings and goods, in particular contracts for the guarding of buildings, the purchase, hiring and maintenance of fire-fighting equipment, the replacement of equipment for officials and other staff responsible for fire pickets and first aid, and the costs of statutory checks.
2 1 1 5Acquisition of immovable property

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This article is intended to cover the acquisition costs for immovable property.
2 1 1 6Construction of buildings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

The article is intended to cover the costs of building construction.
2 1 1 7Other expenditure on buildings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

30 000

40 000

34 468,—

Remarks

This article is intended to cover the purchase of equipment and the fitting out and repair of buildings, such as: alterations to internal walls, energy-saving measures, sanitation, locks and renovation of decor (carpets, paintwork, etc.), carpentry, bricklaying, etc.
2 1 2Data processing
2 1 2 1Computer centre operations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

415 000

379 440

294 082,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the purchase, hire, leasing and maintenance of computer hardware, software/software packages and other computer consumables.
2 1 3Movable property and associated costs
2 1 3 1New purchases or replacement of technical equipment and installations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This item is intended to cover the hire of fax machines, photocopiers and various technical installations.
2 1 3 2Maintenance, use, repair and hire of technical equipment and installations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

The purchase of equipment and installations under this item is conditional upon the equipment and installations they replace being written off, in accordance with normal procedure.
2 1 3 3New purchases or replacement of furniture

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

5 250

5 000

4 700,—

Remarks

This item is intended to cover the purchase of furniture
2 1 3 4Maintenance, use, repair and hire of furniture

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This item is intended to cover the maintenance and repair of furniture
2 1 3 5New purchases or replacement of vehicles

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This item is intended for the purchase without VAT of a vehicle in the interests of the EMCDDA.
2 1 3 6Maintenance, use, repair and hire of vehicles

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

10 500

10 000

7 500,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended for the replacement of vehicles, expenditure on occasional hiring of vehicles, repayment of taxi fares and all expenditure relating to the use of vehicles for the purposes of transport: insurance, fuel, spare parts and repair bills.
2 1 3 7Library stocks, purchase of books

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

20 000

25 000

22 991,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended for the purchase of specialist publications, yearbooks, directories, dictionaries, etc.
2 1 3 8Subscriptions to newspapers, periodical and news agencies

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

21 100

27 000

29 509,—

Remarks

This is a proportional estimate, based on the current figures for the institutions, which reflects the specific needs of the EMCDDA.
2 1 3 9Stationery and office supplies

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

55 000

70 000

47 600,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the purchase of paper, envelopes, office supplies and products for the printshop.
2 1 4Current administrative expenditure
2 1 4 1Bank and other financial charges

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

30 000

30 000

32 842,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover bank charges and the cost of connection to the interbank telecommunications network.
2 1 4 2Damages/legal expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This article is intended to cover preliminary legal costs and the services of lawyers or other experts called in to advise the EMCDDA. This article is intended to cover damages and the cost of settling claims against the EMCDDA, in particular those invoking its civil liability.
2 1 4 3Miscellaneous insurances

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

15 750

15 000

20 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover in particular fully comprehensive insurance, insurance against theft, accident insurance, civil liability insurance, insurance to cover the liability of accounting officers and imprest administrators, insurance for the carriage of valuables and insurance for staff of shops and restaurants.
2 1 4 4Uniforms and working clothing

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

2 468

2 350

2 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of uniforms for drivers and messengers.
2 1 4 5Miscellaneous expenditure on internal meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

7 873

8 450

10 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of refreshments and meals served during internal meetings.
2 1 4 6Internal removals and associated handling

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

 

p.m.

Remarks

This item is intended to cover the cost of removals and general handling costs in respect of equipment, furniture and office supplies.
2 1 4 7Postal and delivery charges

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

37 025

35 262

38 020,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on postal and delivery charges for ordinary correspondence, reports and publications, on parcels and other packages sent by air or surface mail, and the EMCDDA'S internal mail system.
2 1 4 8Telephone, telegraph, telex, television

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

99 750

95 000

88 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of telephone line rentals and calls (official calls only, since private calls are invoiced) faxes, videoconferences, data transmission and the purchase of directories.
2 1 4 9Other current administrative expenditure

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This item includes administrative expenditure not covered by the other items under this article.
2 1 5Sociomedical infrastructure and social welfare
2 1 5 1Restaurants and canteens

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

13 750

15 000

14 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the cost of running restaurants, cafeterias and canteens, and in particular contracts for the maintenance of facilities.
2 1 5 2Social contacts between staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

17 500

22 500

15 360,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover:



sociocultural events,



20-year service medals,



subsidies for sporting clubs and cultural associations,



subsidies for family associations (to assist the integration of the families of new officials).
2 1 5 3Early childhood centre and other ‘crèches’

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

5 136

5 750

0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the contribution of the EMCDDA to child-minder costs of its staff.
2 1 5 4Medical Service

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

21 000

10 000

14 000,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 59 thereof and Article 8 of Annex II thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the costs of staff annual medical check-ups.
TITLE 3
EXPENDITURE FOR OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 3 1

3 1 1

Publishing

3 1 1 1

Publishing

850 000

1 000 000

893 628,—

 

Article 3 1 1 — Total

850 000

1 000 000

893 628,—

3 1 4

Project-related activities to be handled outside

3 1 4 1

Project-related activities to be handled outside

86 745

171 068

184 598,—

 

Article 3 1 4 — Total

86 745

171 068

184 598,—

3 1 5

Project-related Reitox activities

3 1 5 1

Reitox NFP's activities

2 625 000

2 384 000

1 650 000,—

 

Article 3 1 5 — Total

2 625 000

2 384 000

1 650 000,—

3 1 6

Missions

3 1 6 1

Missions

215 952

265 034

267 589,—

 

Article 3 1 6 — Total

215 952

265 034

267 589,—

3 1 7

Statutory meetings

3 1 7 1

Statutory meetings

400 000

355 000

248 242,—

 

Article 3 1 7 — Total

400 000

355 000

248 242,—

3 1 8

Technical meetings

3 1 8 1

Technical meetings

347 898

413 898

284 502,—

 

Article 3 1 8 — Total

347 898

413 898

284 502,—

3 1 9

Representation and entertainment expenses

3 1 9 1

Representation and entertainment expenses

5 030

5 030

3 500,—

 

Article 3 1 9 — Total

5 030

5 030

3 500,—

 

CHAPTER 3 1 — TOTAL

4 530 625

4 594 030

3 532 058,—

 

Title 3 — Total

4 530 625

4 594 030

3 532 058,—

CHAPTER 3 1 — DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES
CHAPTER 3 1 —DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES
3 1 1Publishing
3 1 1 1Publishing

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

850 000

1 000 000

893 628,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended specifically to cover:



publications required under the Treaties or Council Regulations,



periodicals, institutional publications and notices,



brochures and publications providing technical and scientific know-how,



translation of the Monitoring Centre’s publications,



promotion of the Monitoring Centre to advertise its activities to the scientific community and the relevant authorities.
3 1 4Project-related activities to be handled outside
3 1 4 1Project-related activities to be handled outside

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

86 745

171 068

184 598,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on specialised studies, contracted out to experts or consultants, which cannot be undertaken by the EMCDDA itself due to a lack of suitable staff.
3 1 5Project-related Reitox activities
3 1 5 1Reitox NFP's activities

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

2 625 000

2 384 000

1 650 000,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover direct support for the national focal points of the Reitox network.
3 1 6Missions
3 1 6 1Missions

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

215 952

265 034

267 589,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on transport, the payment of daily mission allowances and the ancillary or exceptional expenses incurred by established staff in the interests of the service, in accordance with the provisions of the Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities.
3 1 7Statutory meetings
3 1 7 1Statutory meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

400 000

355 000

248 242,—

Remarks

This chapter is intended to cover the travel, subsistence and incidental expenses of experts and others, in particular members of the Management Board, the Scientific Committee and the Reitox network asked to take part in committees, study groups and working parties.
This chapter also covers ancillary costs involved in the organisation of meetings, which are not covered by the existing infrastructure.
3 1 8Technical meetings
3 1 8 1Technical meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

347 898

413 898

284 502,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on the organisation of and participation in non-institutional meetings.
3 1 9Representation and entertainment expenses
3 1 9 1Representation and entertainment expenses

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

5 030

5 030

3 500,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the reimbursement of expenses incurred by authorised officials in representing the interests of the Centre within the scope of their activity.
TITLE 4
EXPENDITURE FOR IMPLEMENTING SPECIAL PROJECTS FUNDED BY SPECIFIC EU SUBSIDIES

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 4 1


4 1 1



Project-related activities to be handled outside


 

p.m.

p.m.


4 1 2



Project-related Reitox activities


 

p.m.

p.m.


4 1 3



Project-related meetings


 

p.m.

p.m.


4 1 4



Project-related missions


 

p.m.

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 4 1 — TOTAL

 

p.m.

p.m.

 

Title 4 — Total

 

p.m.

p.m.

CHAPTER 4 1 — PROJECTS
CHAPTER 4 1 —PROJECTS
4 1 1Project-related activities to be handled outside

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on specialised studies, contracted out to experts or consultants, which cannot be undertaken by the EMCDDA itself due to a lack of suitable staff.
4 1 2Project-related Reitox activities

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This item is intended to cover the costs of the establishment of a network for the telematic interchange of data as part of the IDA programme.
4 1 3Project-related meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on the organisation of and participation in non-institutional meetings.
4 1 4Project-related missions

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on transport, the payment of daily mission allowances and the ancillary or exceptional expenses incurred by established staff in the interests of the service, in accordance with the provisions of the Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities.
TITLE 5
RESERVE

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

 





0,—

 

Title 5 — Total





0,—
EXPENDITURE PHARE

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

 

Total



 

 

 

GRAND TOTAL

300 000




PHARE EXPENDITURE

Title
Chapter

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1

EXPENDITURE RELATING TO PERSONS WORKING WITH THE EMCDDA

1 1

STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT

34 200



0,—

 

Title 1 — Total

34 200



0,—

2

EXPENDITURE FOR SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

2 1

ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

6 400



0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

6 400



0,—

3

EXPENDITURE FOR OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS

3 1

DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES

259 400



0,—

 

Title 3 — Total

259 400



0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

300 000



0,—
TITLE 1
EXPENDITURE RELATING TO PERSONS WORKING WITH THE EMCDDA

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 1 1

1 1 1

Salaries and allowances for temporary and permanent staff

1 1 1 1

Salaries for temporary and permanent staff

25 000



0,—

1 1 1 2

Family allowances for temporary and permanent staff

5 000



0,—

1 1 1 3

Expatriation and foreign residence allowances for temporary and permanent staff

1 000



0,—

1 1 1 4

Fixed allowances for temporary and permanent staff

1 200



0,—

1 1 1 5

Birth and death grants for temporary and permanent staff

p.m.



0,—

1 1 1 6

Annual travel costs from the place of employment to the place of origin for temporary and permanent staff

p.m.



0,—

1 1 1 7

Allowances and expenses on entering and leaving the service and on transfer (travels, installation, resettlement and transfer, removal, temporary daily subsistence allowance) for temporary and permanent staff

p.m.



0,—

 

Article 1 1 1 — Total

32 200



0,—

1 1 4

Salaries and allowances for contractual agents

1 1 4 1

Contractual agents

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 1 1 4 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

1 1 6

Social security system

1 1 6 1

Insurance against sickness

1 000

p.m.

p.m.

1 1 6 2

Insurance against accidents and occupational disease

500

p.m.

p.m.

1 1 6 3

Unemployment insurance for temporary staff

500

p.m.

p.m.

1 1 6 4

Establishment or maintenance of pension rights for temporary staff

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

Article 1 1 6 — Total

2 000

p.m.

p.m.

 

CHAPTER 1 1 — TOTAL

34 200



0,—

 

Title 1 — Total

34 200



0,—

CHAPTER 1 1 — STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 1 1 —STAFF IN ACTIVE EMPLOYMENT
1 1 1Salaries and allowances for temporary and permanent staff
1 1 1 1Salaries for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

25 000



0,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 62, 67 and 68 thereof and Section I of Annex VII thereto.
1 1 1 2Family allowances for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

5 000



0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the household, dependent child and education allowances for permanent officials and temporary staff.
1 1 1 3Expatriation and foreign residence allowances for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1 000



0,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 62 and 69 thereof and Article 4 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover expatriation and foreign-residence allowances for permanent officials and temporary staff.
1 1 1 4Fixed allowances for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1 200



0,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 4(a) of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the secretarial allowance paid to category C officials, temporary staff and auxiliary staff employed as shorthand-typists or typists, teleprinter operators, typesetters, executive secretaries or principal secretaries.
1 1 1 5Birth and death grants for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.



0,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 70, 74 and 75 thereof.
This appropriation is intended to cover:



lump-sum childbirth grants
and, in the event of the death of an official:



the deceased's full remuneration until the end of the third month following that in which death occurred,



the costs of transporting the body to the deceased's place of origin.
1 1 1 6Annual travel costs from the place of employment to the place of origin for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.



0,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 8 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the lump-sum payment of travel costs of officials and temporary staff, their spouses and dependants from the place of employment to the place of origin, subject to the following conditions:



once per calendar year, if the distance by rail is more than 50 km but less than 725 km,



twice per calendar year, if the distance by rail is at least 725 km.
1 1 1 7Allowances and expenses on entering and leaving the service and on transfer (travels, installation, resettlement and transfer, removal, temporary daily subsistence allowance) for temporary and permanent staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.



0,—

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 20 and 71 thereof and Article 7 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the travel expenses due to staff (including their families) on taking up duty or leaving the service.
Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 5 and 6 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the installation allowances due to staff obliged to change their place of residence on taking up duty and on finally leaving the EMCDDA and resettling elsewhere.
Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Articles 20 and 71 thereof and Article 9 of Annex VII thereto.
This appropriation is intended to cover the removal expenses due to staff obliged to change their place of residence on taking up their appointment, on transfer to a new place of employment within the service and on finally leaving the service and resettling elsewhere.
This appropriation is intended to cover the daily subsistence allowances due to staff able to prove that they were obliged to change their place of residence after taking up their duties (including transfer).
1 1 4Salaries and allowances for contractual agents
1 1 4 1Contractual agents

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

New Staff Regulation foreseen after may 2004.
1 1 6Social security system
1 1 6 1Insurance against sickness

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

1 000

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 72 thereof.
Rules on sickness insurance for officials of the European Communities and in particular Article 23 thereof.
This appropriation is intended to cover the employer's contribution (3,5 % of the basic salary); the staff contribution comes to 1,7 % of the basic salary.
1 1 6 2Insurance against accidents and occupational disease

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

500

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 73 thereof.
This appropriation is intended to cover:



the employer's contribution to insurance against occupational disease and accidents (0,77 % of the basic salary),



a further 2 % is added to the appropriations thus calculated (increasing the rate to 0,7854 %) to cover expenditure not covered by the insurance (Article 73 of the Staff Regulations).
1 1 6 3Unemployment insurance for temporary staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

500

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

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).
This appropriation is intended to cover the risk of unemployment for temporary staff.
1 1 6 4Establishment or maintenance of pension rights for temporary staff

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

Remarks

Conditions of employment of other servants of the European Communities, and in particular Article 42 thereof.
This item is intended to cover payments by the EMCDDA on behalf of temporary staff in order to constitute or maintain their pension rights in their country of origin.
TITLE 2
EXPENDITURE FOR SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 2 1

2 1 2

Data processing

2 1 2 1

Computer centre operations

4 000



0,—

 

Article 2 1 2 — Total

4 000



0,—

2 1 4

Current administrative expenditure

2 1 4 1

Bank and other financial charges

2 400



0,—

 

Article 2 1 4 — Total

2 400



0,—

 

CHAPTER 2 1 — TOTAL

6 400



0,—

 

Title 2 — Total

6 400



0,—

CHAPTER 2 1 — ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES
CHAPTER 2 1 —ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIVITIES
2 1 2Data processing
2 1 2 1Computer centre operations

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

4 000



0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover the purchase, hire, leasing and maintenance of computer hardware, software/software packages and other computer consumables.
2 1 4Current administrative expenditure
2 1 4 1Bank and other financial charges

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

2 400



0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover bank charges and the cost of connection to the interbank telecommunications network.
TITLE 3
EXPENDITURE FOR OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS

Article
Item

Heading

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

CHAPTER 3 1

3 1 1

Publishing

3 1 1 1

Publishing

80 000



0,—

 

Article 3 1 1 — Total

80 000



0,—

3 1 4

Project-related activities to be handled outside

3 1 4 1

Project-related activities to be handled outside

67 200



0,—

 

Article 3 1 4 — Total

67 200



0,—

3 1 6

Missions

3 1 6 1

Missions

24 000



0,—

 

Article 3 1 6 — Total

24 000



0,—

3 1 8

Technical meetings

3 1 8 1

Technical meetings

88 200



0,—

 

Article 3 1 8 — Total

88 200



0,—

 

CHAPTER 3 1 — TOTAL

259 400



0,—

 

Title 3 — Total

259 400



0,—

 

GRAND TOTAL

300 000



0,—

CHAPTER 3 1 — DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES
CHAPTER 3 1 —DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES
3 1 1Publishing
3 1 1 1Publishing

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

80 000



0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended specifically to cover:



publications required under the Treaties or Council Regulations,



periodicals, institutional publications and notices,



brochures and publications providing technical and scientific know-how,



translation of the Monitoring Centre’s publications,



promotion of the Monitoring Centre to advertise its activities to the scientific community and the relevant authorities.
3 1 4Project-related activities to be handled outside
3 1 4 1Project-related activities to be handled outside

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

67 200



0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on specialised studies, contracted out to experts or consultants, which cannot be undertaken by the EMCDDA itself due to a lack of suitable staff.
3 1 6Missions
3 1 6 1Missions

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

24 000



0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on transport, the payment of daily mission allowances and the ancillary or exceptional expenses incurred by established staff in the interests of the service, in accordance with the provisions of the Staff Regulations of officials of the European Communities.
3 1 8Technical meetings
3 1 8 1Technical meetings

Appropriations 2005

Appropriations 2004

Outturn 2003

88 200



0,—

Remarks

This appropriation is intended to cover expenditure on the organisation of and participation in non-institutional meetings.

Establishment plan for 2005

Categories Grades
2004
2005
Posts filled
Posts authorized
Posts authorized
Perm.
Temp.
Perm.
Temp.
Perm.
Temp.
A*16
 
 
 
 
 
 
A*15
 
1
 
1
 
1
A*14
1
 
1
 
1
 
A*13
 
 
 
 
 
 
A*12
1
5
2
7
2
7
A*11
2
3
1
4
3
3
A*10
2
12
2
10
2
12
A*9
 
 
1
3
 
3
A*8
 
8
 
11
 
10
A*7
 
 
3
2
2
2
A*6
 
1
 
 
 
 
A*5
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total A*
6
30
10
38
10
38
B*11
 
 
 
 
1
 
B*10
1
 
1
 
 
 
B*9
 
 
 
 
 
 
B*8
 
1
 
 
 
3
B*7
 
3
 
4
 
4
B*6
1
3
1
3
1
3
B*5
 
3
 
3
 
3
B*4
 
1
2
1
2
1
B*3
 
2
 
3
 
 
Total B*
2
13
4
14
4
14
C*7
 
 
 
 
 
 
C*6
 
1
 
1
 
1
C*5
 
2
 
3
 
3
C*4
 
2
 
3
 
3
C*3
1
2
2
1
2
1
C*2
1
1
 
 
 
 
C*1


1
 
1
 
Total C*
2
8
3
8
3
8
D*5
 
 
 
 
 
 
D*4
 
 
 
 
 
 
D*3
 
 
 
 
 
 
D*2
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total D*






Total
10
51
17
60
17
60
Grand total
61
77
77