Wfa-Mitbefassungs Regulation Wfa-Eu-Mv

Original Language Title: WFA-EU-Mitbefassungs-Verordnung - WFA-EU-MV

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499. Regulation of the Federal Minister of Finance on the co-assessment of the financial impact of draft EU legislation on the federal budget in the context of the impact-oriented impact assessment (WFA-EU-Codecision-WFA-EU-MV)

On the basis of Section 16 (3) and Section 17 (5) of the Federal Budget Act (BHG 2013), BGBl. I n ° 139/2009, as last amended by the Federal Office of the Federal Republic of Germany (BGBl). I No 62/2012 shall be prescribed:

Section 1

General provisions

Scope

§ 1. This Regulation lays down

1.

the preparation of the draft of draft Union legislation in accordance with Art. 288 (2) to (4) TFEU or in the case of opinions on such drafts where significant financial implications are to be expected on the federal budget; and

2.

the calculation of the budget of the budgetary management body in the case of drafts in accordance with Art. 288 (2) to (4) TFEU or opinions on such drafts with a significant financial impact on the federal budget

Target

§ 2. The aim of the regulation is to draw up and represent coherent Austrian positions with regard to the financial implications for the federal budget in the case of drafts of draft European Union legislation.

Section 2

Entry creation

§ 3 (1) Where significant financial implications for the federal budget are to be expected on the basis of a draft European Union legislation or an opinion on such a draft, the budgetary management bodies shall, in the latter's The scope of action falls within the scope of EU law to establish the agreement with the Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister for Finance. Significant financial implications are available if:

1.

the financial impact on the federal budget of at least EUR 250 000 or on the individual year of at least EUR 50 000 is to be expected, or

2.

the financial statements included in the draft financial statement from the EU budget reach the level of at least EUR 10 million or at least two million euros in the individual year.

(2) It is necessary to observe the following procedure:

1.

All necessary documents and information, in particular meeting reports, draft legislative acts and other preparatory documents, in particular Commission proposals of any kind in the Council, in the Permanent Representatives Committee or in the Council working groups are to be advised at the earliest possible time of the Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister of Finance.

2.

A presentation of the assessment of the significant financial implications is to be submitted to the Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister of Finance.

Section 3

Assessment of the financial impact

Calculation Obligations

§ 4. (1) Each budgetary institution within the scope of which the draft regulation falls within the scope of the Union shall identify and present the foreseeable financial implications for the current year, and the following financial years. This includes the following information:

1.

the amount of operational appropriations provided and the indication of the administrative appropriations from the EU budget, according to the financial statement,

2.

a need for a change in the multiannual financial framework due to redeployments between headings or an increase in the financial framework,

3.

an all-inclusive requirement of additional funds from the federal budget,

4.

the amount of co-financing required (federal and state governments),

5.

the total load,

6.

the amount and the beneficiaries (households or households) of the expected return flows,

7.

any other financial impact on the Austrian federal budget referred to in paragraph 2.

(2) Any other financial impact on the Austrian federal budget, which does not affect the EU budget, (par. 1 Z 7) shall be presented for a total amount of EUR 100 000, or for the individual year in relation to EUR 20 000, and shall be submitted to the Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister for Finance. It's the year or to indicate the years in which in which the other financial implications of the federal budget are reflected.

(3) If the limits are reached in accordance with Section 3 (1), the estimation and presentation of the financial consequences shall be submitted at the earliest possible time to the Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister of Finance.

(4) If the limits according to § 3 (1) are not reached, the estimation and presentation of the financial consequences shall be submitted at the request of the Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister of Finance.

(5) The estimates of the financial impact shall be subject to a "target-actual analysis" at maturity every three years and at the end of the term of the term. Any discrepanic deviations shall be presented and justified. The analysis and the presentation of the deviation and justification shall be submitted to the Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister of Finance.

Aids

§ 5. The Federal Minister of Finance or the Federal Minister of Finance provides an instrument (financial impact calculator) as well as a handbook for the assessment of the financial implications of draft European Union legislation. The instrument shall be used for the presentation of the estimate of the financial impact.

Section 4

entry into force

§ 6. This Regulation shall enter into force 1. Jänner 2013 in force.

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