Resolution Of The President, With The Substantive Management Certain Transmitted A Separate Federal Minister To The Sphere Of The Federal Chancellery Of Related Matters

Original Language Title: Entschließung des Bundespräsidenten, mit der die sachliche Leitung bestimmter, zum Wirkungsbereich des Bundeskanzleramtes gehörender Angelegenheiten einem eigenen Bundesminister übertragen wird

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454. Resolution of the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, with which the factual management of certain matters belonging to the sphere of influence of the Federal Chancellery is transferred to its own Federal Minister.

On the basis of Article 77 (3) B-VG, I transferred to the Federal Minister at the Federal Chancellery
Dr. Josef OSTERMAYER, the factual management of the following matters pertaining to the sphere of influence of the Federal Chancellery:

(1) 1. Coordination in cultural affairs.

2.

Affairs of the State Constitution, in particular:

Matters of the Federal Constitution, with the exception of the financial constitution and the elections provided for in the Federal Constitution, popular meetings, referendums and referendums; constitutional affairs of the state organization; Perception of the constitutional management of government business of the federal government. Affairs of the Constitutional Court; matters of administrative jurisdiction with the exception of the affairs of the Federal Financial Court. Matters of fundamental rights and freedoms. Constitutional affairs of the everlasting neutrality of Austria. Matters of state emblem, insofar as they do not fall within the competence of another Federal Ministry. General affairs of officalliability and organ liability. The Federal Republic of Germany; the Federal Government's legal information system. Matters of national constitutions. General affairs of national legislation.

3.

General affairs of the state administration, insofar as they do not fall within the scope of action of the Federal Ministry of Finance, in particular:

General affairs of the legal system, of the legislature and of the legal language, including the maintenance of the uniformity of the Federal Ministries ' activities preparatory to the law-making process; matters relating to legal redress. General affairs of the organisation and procedure of the administrative authorities, offices and other bodies responsible for the tasks of the State administration. General administrative law matters, including administrative criminal law and administrative enforcement law. Work on the timely and full implementation of the European Community Directives. Representation of the Republic of Austria before the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union.

4.

General affairs of management management, in particular:

General affairs of securing a local, economic, economical and appropriate administrative organisation; general matters of administrative reform, with the exception of matters of legal redress; general Administrative matters; general affairs of the form system; provision of a cross-departsive electronic citizen information system.

5.

General affairs of the state administration with regard to automation-supported data processing, in particular:

General affairs, including coordination, planning and use of automation-assisted data processing, as well as the assessment of applications of automation-assisted data processing, from the point of view of the Economic efficiency, expediency and economy, as well as administrative reform and data protection; coordination in matters of electronic information transmission; affairs of a Federal Government's backup computer centre. General affairs of the registries, the authorities ' libraries and the statistics. Comprehensive treatment and coordination in matters affecting the sphere of action of two or more federal ministries.

6.

General staff matters of public servants, in so far as they do not fall within the scope of the Federal Ministry of Finance's activities, in particular:

Law on service and remuneration, pension rights, service procedures and the organizational measures required. Staff plan of the federal government and job evaluation. General affairs of initial and continuing training of public servants. General affairs of the service audits. General affairs of the professional representation of public servants. General affairs of remuneration as well as the personnel information and reporting system. To work towards an equal development of the duty, the right of personnel representation and the protection of the employees of the public servants of the Federal Government, the Länder and the municipalities.

Matters of the Personnel Representation Supervisory Authority.

General affairs of the recruitment of federal employees and the setting-up of measures to promote mobility in the Federal Service (mobility management).

7.

Matters relating to radio and television, insofar as they do not fall within the competence of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology; other media matters, with the exception of judicial media law.

General affairs of information and documentation as well as data protection.

8.

Affairs of the archives, in particular:

Management of the Austrian State Archives; coordination and cooperation with federal museums.

9.

Coordination in matters of women's and gender equality policies.

10.

Coordination in matters of gender mainstreaming.

11.

Matters relating to equality of women in the labour market; matters relating to the Equal Treatment Commission and the Office for Equal Treatment; Affairs of the Federal Employment Equality Commission and the Interministerial Interministerial Offiaries Working group on equal treatment issues.

(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the tasks of the personnel administration and the organisation.

(3) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to matters reserved to the Federal Chancellor by federal constitutional law.

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