Effect Controlling Regulation

Original Language Title: Wirkungscontrollingverordnung

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245. Regulation of the Federal Chancellor on the interagency effect controlling (effect controlling regulation)

On the basis of § 68 para 3 of the federal budget 2013 - BHG 2013, Federal Law Gazette I no. 139/2009, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 67/2010, is in agreement with the Minister of finance prescribed:

Scope

§ 1. This regulation lays down the tasks and instruments, as well as the Organization of interdepartmental action controlling. Furthermore, the regulation lays down the reporting requirements of the budget governing bodies on the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body).

Objectives

Section 2 (1) to the objectives of the 2013 and to comply with the specifications resulting in § 2 BHG financial management in accordance with the impact orientation in the federal budget the Chancellor or the Chancellor a cross-departmental action controlling by, that supports the establishment and implementation of the internal effect controlling the domestic governing bodies.

(2) should the inter-agency action controlling



1. the domestic governing bodies supports systematic planning regarding the orientation of effect in the federal budget draft also as regards the actual equality of women and men, 2. information on the orientation of effect in the federal budget draft Regulation pursuant to § 41 para 2 BHG 2013 represented as well as the actual results are evaluated and 3 control projects in accordance with article 17, paragraph 1 BHG 2013 (drafts for laws , Regulations, over - or intergovernmental agreements, agreements in accordance with article 15a B-VG and other legislative measures of fundamental way in accordance with § 16 BHG 2013) and projects of extraordinary financial importance in accordance with section 58 subsection 2 2013 be evaluated BHG on their actual goals, as well as their impact according to uniform principles.

Organisation, tasks and instruments

§ 3 (1) interagency effect controlling is carried out by the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body).

(2) the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling Office) supports the domestic governing bodies in effect controlling by methodical and processual accompaniment. It is through recommendations and standards for impact-oriented control, effect-oriented impact assessment and internal evaluation of regulatory projects and other projects to ensure.

(3) the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) has perform quality assurance on behalf of the interagency effect controlling for details of the impact orientation in the federal budget draft, as well as for regulatory projects and other projects.

(4) the reports on the results of the effect controlling are dealing with preliminary discussion of Federal finance laws Committee of Council annually until no later than 31 May (report on the results of internal evaluation) and not later than 31 October (report to the effect of orientation) to submit.

Quality assurance of regarding the orientation of effect in the federal budget draft

4. (1) has the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) to check the details of the impact orientation in the federal budget draft on the compliance with the regulation in accordance with § 41 para 2 BHG 2013, as well as on potential trade-offs.

(2) for this purpose, the domestic governing bodies have to bring the data of the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) to the orientation of the effect before the submission of the draft to the Federal estimate of the Federal Minister of finance or the Minister of finance noted. The deadline for the submission is set by the Chancellor or the Chancellor in consultation with the Federal Minister of finance or the Minister of finance. The Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) has to bring this information provided the Auditors noted effect orientation immediately after finding the completeness.

(3) the review of impact objectives at the subdivision level in the federal budget draft includes in particular



1. the suitability of the chosen effect target to represent a desired target State, 2. complying with the quality criteria referred to in article 41, paragraph 1 BHG 2013, 3. taking into account the objective of the actual equality of women and men by formulating at least an effect target as the gender equality objective as well as 4. compliance with the target of no more than five key figures per effect target.

(4) the review of global budget measures in the federal budget draft includes in particular



1. the compliance with the quality criteria referred to in article 41, paragraph 1 BHG 2013, 2. taking account of the objective of the actual equality of men and women by setting at least a measure of equality in a global budget per subdivision, 3. the context of measures for one or more effect targets subdivision level, as well as 4 use actually verifiable milestones and metrics.

(5) the logical_test Chancellor or Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body), that are para 3 and 4 as well as the regulation in accordance with § 41 para 2 BHG 2013 are not respected or there are trade-offs, so about to inform the respective domestic governing bodies.

(6) an adaptation of the information on the orientation of effect in the federal budget draft is whether the domestic governing bodies. If not covered by recommendations of the Federal Chancellor or Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body), the respective domestic governing body has to justify his approach.

Quality assurance of data for impact guidance for regulatory projects and other projects

§ 5 (1) has with the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body)



1. control projects in accordance with article 17, paragraph 1 BHG 2013, 2. other legislative measures fundamental type according to § 16 para  2 BHG 2013 but only with total expenditure of more than EUR 10 million and 3. projects of extraordinary financial importance in accordance with section 58 subsection 2 BHG 2013 with total expenses of more details of action orientation of their accordance with the associated $ 10 million in § 41 para 1 BHG 2013 quality criteria, as well as the plausibility of the assumptions to the materiality with the exception of the financial impact to check.

(2) for this purpose the domestic governing bodies within the framework of the action-oriented assessment in accordance with section 17 have the control or project objectives, indicators to assess the objectives, the chosen measures, a possible context for actions and/or impact targets in the federal budget as well as the other significant impacts and the Chancellor or Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) within the framework of the review, to represent BHG 2013 if this does not take place at the latest before effective date and implementation , to bring to the attention.

(3) the examination of Chancellor or Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling point) reveals that of paragraph 1 is not complied, the respective domestic governing body must be additionally informed put.

(4) an adaptation of the information control projects and other projects related to the orientation of the effect is whether the domestic governing bodies. If not covered by recommendations of the Federal Chancellor or Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body), the respective domestic governing body has to justify his approach.

Report for evaluating internal control projects and other projects

6. (1) the domestic governing bodies have to submit the results of internal evaluations of regulatory projects and other projects carried out in the previous financial year the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) annually by no later than February 28/29.

(2) the reports of the budget governing bodies have in particular the following information in addition to an in-depth analysis and evaluation of the actual impact include:



1 divided by regulatory and project objectives, a description of how these objectives have been pursued, a comparison of target and actual condition, as well as an assessment of the success of 2.
the representation of the target and actual state of the selected measures, including an assessment of success, 3. how high the financial impact on the federal budget really are, as opposed to the expected impacts identified in the framework of the action-oriented assessment, 4. a short representation of the actual significant impact in comparison with measured in the action-oriented assessment likely impacts, as well as 5 possible areas for improvement.


(3) on the basis of the report with the in-depth analysis and assessment, the domestic governing body has to create a summary and to precede the report. The Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) provides a standardized template (annex 1) the domestic governing bodies for this purpose. While the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) sets the maximum size of the input fields.

(4) the budget governing bodies have to ensure the completeness and plausibility of the data prior to transmission to the interagency effect controlling body.

(5) the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling Office) brings the reports of the budget governing bodies to the internal evaluation of the Federal Minister of finance or the Minister of finance to knowledge.

(6) the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling authority) has to take the reports of the budget governing bodies according to the criteria of the plausibility and completeness of quality assurance, to comment in case of need, and in summary way annually by no later than May 31 to bring to attention the Committee dealing with preliminary discussion of Federal finance laws of the National Council and the Federal Minister of finance or the Minister of finance.

Report on the effect of orientation

7. (1) the domestic governing bodies have to submit a report on the achievement of the objectives set out in the federal budget and measures of the previous financial year the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) annually until no later than 31 May.

(2) the reports of the budget governing bodies each subdivision have to include the following information:



1. each subdivision mission statement and a description of the actual development of the environment. This includes the qualitative or quantitative description of influence factors that are or were on the actual targets to exert a positive or negative influence 2. depending on the justification of the choice of the effect target, a description of how this effect target effect aim, the Kennzahl(en) data source and methodology for the evaluation of the targets, a comparison of target and actual condition, as well as an assessment of success as well as 3 per action an indication , should contribute to the goals of what effect the measure, the Kennzahl(en) data source and methodology and/or / the milestone to the evaluation of the targets, a comparison of target and actual state as well as an assessment of success.

(3) the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) provides a standardized template (annex 2) the domestic governing bodies for this purpose. While the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) sets the maximum size of the input fields.

(4) the budget governing bodies have to ensure the completeness and plausibility of the data prior to transmission to the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body).

(5) the Chancellor or Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling authority) has to summarize the individual reports of the budget governing bodies, to comment in case of need, and to submit a report on the effect of orientation dealing with preliminary discussion of Federal finance laws Committee of the National Council and the Federal Minister of finance or the Minister of Finance annually until no later than 31 October.

Entry into force

§ 8. This regulation is for the first time during creation of the Federal Finance Act for the financial year 2013 to apply.

Transitional provisions

The results of the effect controlling are § 9 (1) for the first time to the Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) to 28/29 February 2014 (the internal evaluation report) as well as to submit until 31 May 2014 (report on the orientation of the effect).

(2) the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling body) has 31 May 2013 a report dealing with preliminary discussion of Federal finance laws Committee of the national in deviation from § 6 not later than the action-oriented impact assessment of regulatory projects in accordance with article 17, paragraph 1 BHG 2013 and 2013 to submit projects of extraordinary financial importance in accordance with section 58 subsection 2 BHG.

(3) the Federal Chancellor or the Chancellor (interdepartmental action controlling authority) has to submit an activity report of the interagency effect controlling authority dealing with preliminary discussion of Federal finance laws Committee of the national in deviation from § 7 no later than October 31, 2013.

(4) the implementation of action-oriented assessment gem. § 17 BHG 2013 is the domestic governing bodies and applies to all regulatory projects, which are subjected to a review process, as well as for fundamental legislative measures pursuant to § 16 para 2 BHG 2013 and projects of extraordinary financial importance in accordance with section 58 subsection 2 the conjunction with the Federal Minister of finance or the Minister of finance as of January 1, 2013 is started producing BHG 2013 for the from 1 January 2013.

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Annex 1: Information of the budget governing bodies for the report on the internal evaluation of regulatory projects and other projects



Reporting structure each control projects or other projects



Name of the project:



Target 1(die Vorlage gilt exemplarisch für die Regelungs-oder Vorhabensziele):



What is success:



Initial state

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Beurteilung des Erfolgs:



 





Expected impact:



Actually incurred substantial and not intended effects:



Expected financial implications:



Actually incurred financial implications:



Areas for improvement:



Annex 2: Information of the budget governing bodies for the report to the effect of orientation

Reporting structure each subdivision

Mission statement:



 




Development of the environment:



 




Action objective 1 (the template applies to exemplarily the objectives 1-5 the breakdown):



 




Why this effect target:



 




How was impact this objective:



 




What is success:



Kennzahl(en)





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Evaluation of success:



 




Reporting structure each global budget

Measure 1 (the template applies to exemplary measures 1-5 of the global budget):



 




What is success:



Contribution to efficiency target





Kennzahl(en)/ milestone





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Evaluation of success: