Law Containing The General Estimates For The Fiscal Year 2014 (1)

Original Language Title: Loi contenant le budget général des dépenses pour l'année budgétaire 2014 (1)

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Posted the: 2013-12-27 Numac: 2013003437 SERVICE PUBLIC FEDERAL BUDGET and control of the management 19 December 2013. -Law containing the general estimates for the fiscal year 2014 (1) PHILIPPE, King of the Belgians, to all, present and future, hi.
The House of representatives has adopted and we sanction the following: Chapter 1. -Provisions general article 1-01-1 this Act regulates a matter referred to in article 74, 3 ° of the Constitution.

S. 1 01-2 the general estimates of the budgetary year 2014 is approved in accordance with the totals of the programs contained in this Act by section, annexes budgets.

S. 1-01-3 § 1. -The appropriations for programs relating to Government - called livelihood programs - operating expenses include: 1. the remuneration and allowances generally any active staff and availability, the remuneration or wages of auxiliary staff, allowances for higher functions and special functions, intervention in subscriptions to public transit, compensation for accidents at work - including payment of these allowances to members of the family of the victim in the case death - as well as the fees and reduced salaries of temporary or auxiliary staff, injured in service.
2 miscellaneous social service.
3 ongoing costs for purchases of non-durable goods and services:-fees of lawyers and doctors - legal costs in civil, administrative and criminal - cases attendance fees, costs of road and residence of persons foreign to the administrations of the State - remuneration of foreign administration experts and services of third parties;
-Consumer spending relating to the occupation of the premises - including "oil, gas, gasoline, electricity, coal" energy consumer spending - and expenses maintenance - expenses office, transport, taxes, payments, publications of the Department, training professional, clothing and other small administrative expenses;
-Allowances whatsoever to the staff of the State for actual expenses and damage materials, transportation costs relating to travel of service and premiums for insurance of the delegates of the Department going abroad.
4 miscellaneous expenses relating to computing operation.
5. exceptional expenditure for purchases of non-durable goods and services, such as the work and supplies for new space and moving expenses.
6 real estate rents and taxes y of the various services of the Department, paid without the intervention of the Board's buildings.
7. other expenses relating to the operation of the services, including the detailed description is provided in the livelihood programs.
8 expenditures for the acquisition of durable furniture goods: machinery, furniture, equipment and means of transportation.
9 expenses relating to computing investment.
§ 2. By way of derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 °, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, the commitment appropriations for basic allowances relating to the remuneration and allowances whatsoever "11.00.03 - final and trainee staff" and "11.00.04 - other staff" as well as the 12.21.48 basic allowances, can be redistributed between them and only them within a single section of the budget.
This derogation shall not apply to basic allowances relating to the expenditure of the strategic bodies of Ministers and Secretaries of State.

§ 3. By way of derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 °, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, the commitment appropriations of basic 1100.05, 1140.05 and 4160.05 - social service expenditures - and a basic benefit expenses of operating and investment offer of economic codes 12 and 74, specific or non and under or rather than a subsistence program can be redistributed between them and only them within a single section of the budget.
This derogation shall not apply to basic allowances relating to expenditures of the strategic bodies of Ministers and Secretaries of State, or basic allowances 12.21.48.
§ 4. By way of derogation from paragraph 3, basic y referred may be redistributed within a same section of the budget, also to the basic benefit 21.40.01 § 5. Notwithstanding article 52 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounting for the federal State and without prejudice to the provisions of §§ 2 to 4, the president of the competent Management Committee may, after the agreement of the president of the Board of Directors of the FPS Budget and management control, redistributing appropriations for commitments on the one hand and the liquidation of basic credits. However, the proposed increases may not exceed a maximum amount of EUR 50,000 per basic allowance. When a same basic allowance subject to successive increases, the amounts are summed for the purposes of this provision.
This derogation also applies to the Ministry of defence, for which the jurisdiction conferred on the president of the Executive Committee is the Chief of the defence, and the Federal Police, for which that jurisdiction is assigned to the Commissioner-general.
This derogation shall not apply to basic allowances relating to the expenditure of the strategic bodies of Ministers and Secretaries of State.
§ 6. By way of derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 °, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, the commitment appropriations of the basic benefit relating to expenditures for staff on the one hand and to the expenses of operation and investment on the other hand the strategic of Ministers and Secretaries of State bodies, may be redistributed only among themselves within a single program.
§ 7. 1 °. Notwithstanding article 52, paragraph 1, 1 ° and 2 °, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, and in paragraph 2 of this article, the basic commitment appropriations whatsoever '11.00.03 - final and trainee staff' and "11.00.04 - other staff" as well as the basic benefit 12.21.48 of sections 16 and 17 of the budget can be redistributed with the corresponding commitment appropriations from the section 01 as follows: - the foregoing appropriations of section 16 with the corresponding appropriations activity 3 program 30/6, section 01 - the foregoing appropriations of section 17 with the appropriations activities 6, 7 and 8 of the 30/6, section 01 2 ° programme. By way of derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 ° and 2 ° of the Act of May 22, 2003, and paragraph 3 of this article, the commitment appropriations for basic 1100.05, 1140.05 and 4160.05 - social service - and expenditures essential allowances relating to the expenses of operation and investment with economic codes 12 and 74, specific or not , and under or not a subsistence program, sections 02, 14, 16 and 17 can be redistributed with the credits commitment section 01, as follows: the foregoing appropriations of section 02 with corresponding appropriations for activity 1 program 30/01 section 6 the foregoing appropriations of section 14 with corresponding appropriations for activity 2 of the programme section 01 30/6 the foregoing appropriations of section 16 with the corresponding appropriations for activity 3 of the programme section 01 30/6 the foregoing appropriations of section 17 with corresponding appropriations for activities 6, 7 and 8 of the 30/6, section 01 3 ° programme. By way of derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 ° and 2 ° of the Act of May 22, 2003, 21 61.41.03 and 19.55 19.55 base allocations commitment appropriations 22 41.40.02 can be redistributed with the corresponding commitment appropriations activity 5 of the programme section 01 30/6 and base allowances 46.60 11 33.00.01 and 46.61 commitment appropriations 12.11.23 can be redistributed with the corresponding activity of the programme 30/6 4 commitment appropriations section 01.
4 °. Liquidation of this paragraph basic credits may also be redistributed mutatis mutandis under the same conditions.

§ 8. Notwithstanding article 52 of the Act of 22 May 2003 and paragraphs 2 and 3 of this article, redistribution are only permitted in section 01 of the budget, within the limits of appropriations for commitments on the one hand and credits of winding-up of each of the activities of the programme 30/6. This derogation shall not apply to activities 6, 7 and 8 of the programme 30/6 supra that can be redistributed between them.
S. 1 01-4 provisions can be allocated to the lawyers, experts and bailiffs acting on behalf of the State.
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1 01-5 by way of derogation from article 48, paragraph 3 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State of subsidies may be granted in accordance with article 43 of the Act of January 12, 1989 related to the Brussels Institutions, and the Fund for financing the international role and the function of capital of Brussels.
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2. - Special provisions of the departments Section 01 holdings and activities of the family Royal art. 2.01.1 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: PROGRAMME 30/6 - activities of the Royal grant to the non-profit family 'Prince Laurent Foundation.
Section 02 FPS Chancellery of the Prime Minister s. 2.02.1 by derogation from art. 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, advances to a maximum of 250,000 euros can be granted to the accounting officer of the FPS Chancery of the Prime Minister.
Through these advances, the accounting officer may make the payment of claims of any nature, including the purchase of movable heritage assets, not exceeding 1,000 euros.
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2.02.2 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 31/1 - 1 external COMMUNICATION. Grant to the international press Centre "Résidence Palace";
2 subsidies any missions information and communication approved by the Council of Ministers;
3 subsidy "VOCATIO";
4 subsidy ASBL "European movement - Belgium";
5 grant to the King Baudouin Foundation (Fonds Prince Philippe);
6 subsidy to the Association "a night... a Grain";
7 ASBL 'Visit Brussels' subsidy;
8 subsidy to the ASBL "Brussels major Events" program 31/2 - BI-CULTURELLES INSTITUTIONS 1. Subsidy to the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie;
2 subsidy to the National Orchestra of Belgium;
3 subsidy at the Palace of fine arts.
PROGRAMME 32/3 - Intervention social Union premiums.
PROGRAM 33/1 - FEDERAL Institute for sustainable development - subsidies to organizations domes or sustainable development network, including to perform a function of forum civil society. By community, only an organization dome can be funded by the King. These organizations must meet the following conditions: o bring together the interests of its members;
o its members are themselves societal interest organizations;
o represent its members with regard to the federal authority with a common position;
o targeting sustainable development as its primary objective in its activities.
-Subsidies to organizations in the context of projects and initiatives to promote, implement and support sustainable development. The King fixed the terms to which these projects and initiatives must satisfy;
-Subsidies to the operation of the Foundation under their statutes, intended to promote sustainable development in Belgium. The King lays down the procedures with which these foundations must comply;
-Subsidies to any federal public administrations to promote the concept of sustainable development in the Federal Government;
-Subsidies to bodies and international organizations to promote the international process and substance of sustainable development;
-Subsidies to local governments for the emergence of good sustainable development practices;
-Subsidies under the energy saving Fund;
-Subsidies to federal public administrations in support of the system of environmental management and assessment of impact of decisions on sustainable development;
-Support reducing the interests to the energy saving Fund;
-Support to the Member States of the European Union in the context of activities related to sustainable development;
-Subsidies to the provinces;
-Subsidies to municipalities.
S. 2.02.3 Prime Minister is allowed to pass, in the interests of Treasury Board and provided that the legislation on public procurement to be respected, of the swap agreements to promote the renewal of the ICT Shared Services equipment.
S. 2.02.4 within the limits of the appropriations entered in the 21/1 program "Network ICT", can also be set - apart from the recurrent operating costs and investments - expenditure of any nature relating to services provided, as well as the installation and maintenance of software and hardware of different services-users connected to the network of ICT.
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2.02.5. the Directorate-General External Communication is authorized to make expenditures for information and communication missions in favour of the federal public services and programmatoires.
To this end, the Directorate-General External Communication receives, via IPC, prior to the payment of these expenses, advances on the part of SPF and SPP concerned.
S. 2.02.6 by derogation from article 1-01-3, § 2 and 3 of this Act, it may be a new breakdown of commitment appropriations of the basic allowance 31.11.1211.27 by means of a redistribution - 'Expenses various external communication concerning', within the program 31/1 - "external Communication".
S. 2.02.7 by derogation from art. 18, § 1, 2 ° of the law of April 19, 1963, establishing a public institution called royal Mint Theatre, amended by order No. royal, 545 31 March 1987 relating to the Theatre royal in the currency, the subsidy 2014 at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie (AB 31.20.41 40.21) is paid for 75% in the first quarter.
The balance will be sent each time in 3 equal instalments for the months of October, November and December.
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2.02.8 pursuant to art. 18 of the Act of 22 April 1958 concerning the status of the national Orchestra of Belgium, the 2014 grant to the National Orchestra of Belgium (31.20.41.40.22 AB) is paid for 75% in the first quarter.
The balance will be sent each time in 3 equal instalments for the months of October, November and December.
S. 2.02.9 in pursuance of art. 13.3 ° of the Act of 7 May 1999 on the establishment of the Palais des Beaux-Arts in the form of a public limited company with a social purpose and amending the Act of 30 March 1995 on the networks of distribution of broadcasts and the pursuit of home in the bilingual region of Brussels-capital and by way of derogation from art. 29 of the management contract concluded between the Belgian State and the limited company under public law with a social purpose "Palais des Beaux-arts" for the period 2009-2013, approved by the Royal Decree of 22/12/2009 the subsidy 2014 to SA's public social aid centre for fine arts ' (31.20.4140.25 AB) is paid for 75% in the first quarter.
The balance will be sent each time in 3 equal instalments for the months of October, November and December.
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2.02.10 Prime Minister is allowed to engage and to liquidate, dependent of the appropriations for the activity programme 1 30/6, section 01 of the expenses arising from the activities of the Royal family.
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2.02.11 the appropriation entered in the program 33/1 (A.B. 02/33.11.01.00.01 - interdepartmental appropriation intended to cover expenditure of any kind relating to the environmental management in federal institutions) can be allocated according to needs, between the appropriate programs on budgets of various federal institutions, by means of royal decree and with the agreement of the Minister for the Budget.
S. 2.02.12 the appropriation registered 33/2 (A.B. 02/33.21.01.00.01 - Credit provisional investment energy-saving) can be allocated according to needs, between the appropriate programs of the budgets of the departments concerned, by means of royal decree and with the agreement of the Minister for the Budget.
S. 2.02.13 appropriations for various expenditure of the social service may be used in the form of subsidy to the non-profit organisation 'Social Service of the SPF public health, food chain safety and environment and the SPF social security'.
Section 03 FPS Budget and control of the art management. 2.03.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the Federal State, advances to a maximum of 200,000 EUR can be granted to the Accountants of the FPS Budget and management control.
Through these advances, the accounting officer is authorized to pay claims of any nature, including the acquisition of assets heritage furniture whose amount does not exceed EUR 5,500.
Can be paid through these advances regardless of amounts: 1) spending social nature;
(2) the costs for missions abroad and for postage for correspondence, as well as advances y related.
Accountant responsible for the payment of mission expenses abroad is authorized to grant advances to staff sent on missions abroad.

S. 2.03.2 the appropriation entered under agenda 41/1 may, with the agreement of the Minister for the Budget, be allocated according to needs, by royal order, between the appropriate programs of the budgets of the departments concerned.
By way of derogation from article 5, paragraph 2, of the Act of 16 March 1954 concerning the control of certain public interest organizations, distribution by royal decree of this appropriation may also increase the financial intervention of the State in favour of the public interest organizations.
Art 2.03.3 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 21/0 - Direction and management subsidy to VZW 'Social Service of the Ministry of public service' on the allocation of basic 03.21.01.4160.05 program 51/0 — financing of the body Interfederal subsidy to VZW 'Social Service of the Ministry of public service' on the 03.51.01.4160.05 Section 04 FPS Personnel and Organisation article basic allowance 2.04.1 Notwithstanding

in article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the Federal State, advances to a maximum of 250,000 EUR can be granted for the accounting of services and institutions whose expenditures are listed in this section.
By means of these advances, accountants are allowed to pay all costs of service exceeding not 5.500 EUR, as well as, whatever the amounts, consumption of water, gas and electricity charges, telephone, oil and fuel for cars as well as benefits and allowances of all kinds allocated budget.
Can be paid through these advances, regardless of amounts: 1) spending social nature;
(2) the costs for missions abroad and for postage for correspondence, as well as advances y related.
Accountants responsible for the payment of mission expenses abroad are allowed to make advances to employees sent on missions abroad.
S. 2.04.2 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 21/0 - DIRECTION and management subsidy to VZW 'Social Service of the Ministry of public service' on the 04.21.01.1140.05 basic allowance.

PROGRAM 31/1 - PERSONNEL and ORGANISATION, subsidies to the promotion or the study of the public service in general, improving the culture of the staff, to the equal opportunities policy and diversity within the federal State may be granted to the basic allowance 04.31.10.3300.01 load.
PROGRAM 31/2 - training of officials 1 ° assessment of 10,450 EUR at the international Institute of Administrative Sciences on the allocation of base 04.31.20.33.00.24;
2 ° assessment of 95,000 EUR to the European Institute of public administration in Maastricht on 04.31.20.33.00.24 basic allowance;
3 ° intervention for training activities organized by representative trade unions on the basic allowance 04.31.20.33.00.23 according to the defined terms by stopped royal March 24, 2003 on the granting of a subsidy to representative trade unions referred to in article 7 of the Act of 19 December 1974 organizing the relations between public authorities and trade unions of the officials of these authorities.
S. 2.04.3 the appropriation entered in the 04.31.10.01.00.02 basic allowance may, after approval by the Minister for Budget, be allocated according to needs, by royal order, between the appropriate programs of the budgets of the departments concerned.
By way of derogation from article 5, paragraph 2, of the Act of 16 March 1954 concerning the control of certain public interest organizations, the distribution by royal decree of this appropriation can also increase the financial intervention of the State in favour of these public interest organizations.
S. 2.04.4 the cash on which account are charged salaries and various allowances for statutory final and trainee staff and contract staff of the Office of selection of Federal (SELOR), Administration of the State to separate Management Service, may submit a debit balance to a maximum of EUR 450,000. If this amount is exceeded, the Minister for Budget may decide a derogation, in agreement with the Minister of finance based on a substantiated file.
Section 05 SPF Technology Information and Communication Arts. 2.05.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the Federal State, advances to a maximum of 250,000 EUR can be granted for the accounting of services and institutions whose expenditures are listed in this section.
By means of these advances, accountants may perform the payment of claims of any nature, including the purchase of movable heritage assets, exceeding not 5.500 EUR, as well as, whatever the amounts, consumption of water, gas and electricity charges, telephone, oil and fuel for cars as well as benefits and allowances of all kinds allocated budget.
Can be paid through these advances regardless of amounts: 1) spending social nature;
(2) the costs for missions abroad and for postage for correspondence, as well as advances y related.
Accountants responsible for the payment of mission expenses abroad are allowed to make advances to employees sent on missions abroad.
S. 2.05.2 within the limits of basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 21/0 - DIRECTION and management subsidy to VZW 'Social Service of the Ministry of public service' on the 05.21.01.41.60.05 program 31/1 basic allowance - technology information and COMMUNICATION - ASBL Egov on basic allocation 05.31.10.33.00.01 Allocation.
-Allocation VZW issue ICT on the allocation of basic 05.31.10.33.00.02.
Grants within the framework of a collaboration between FEDICT and national and international organizations for projects recognized mainstream ICT for the citizen.
Section 12 SPF Justice s. 2.12.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, advances to a maximum of 2,500,000 EUR can be granted for the following accounting;
Through these advances, receivables concerning operating costs and allowances of all kinds, can be paid for in the box below: 1. a debt with a lower value as determined by the King in relation to markets recorded accepted for invoice: the accountant of the Budget, management control and Logistics Management Service.
The accountant of the Budget, management control and Logistics Management Service is also authorized to make advances necessary to staff sent on missions abroad.
2. whatever the amount of the claim: the social Services accounting for the payment of social allowances and relief, as well as allocations for cultural and sports circles created by the staff of the SPF Justice;
the accounting officer of the national Centre for electronic surveillance to pay the integration income;
the accountant of the State security for the payment of the confidential expenses.
S. 2.12.2 for payment of States of fees of judicial experts and bailiffs as well as any other legal costs, including those relating to international judicial cooperation, regardless of the amount, the Minister of Justice makes available to the registrars of courts and tribunals a provision.

S. 2.12.3 the recovery of advances in the form of loans to employees, may, where appropriate, be carried out in accordance with article 23, paragraph 4 of the Act of 12 April 1965 on the protection of the wages of workers article 2.12.4 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 40/2 - SERVICE guardianship minor aliens subsidies to organisms public and associations responsible for the guardianship of unaccompanied foreign minors.
40/3 - studies and DOCUMENTATION 1 PROGRAMME) subsidies to publications and scientific institutions.
(2) subsidy to the ASBL "Commission litigation travel".
(3) subsidy Kinderrechten Coalitie Vlaanderen and the Coordination of NGOs for the rights of the child.
(4) subsidy to the ASBL "conciliation Commission - construction".

40/4 PROGRAMME - COLLABORATION international share of Belgium in the running costs of the International Organization Interpol in Lyon (O.I.P.C.) and the Schengen Information System in Strasbourg (S.I.S.).
Statement by Belgium in the running costs of international organizations.
PROGRAM 51/3 - Care medical and PARAMEDICAL detainees subsidies to bodies of the therapeutic accompaniment of perpetrators of sexual assault.
PROGRAM 52/0 - houses of JUSTICE 1) subsidies to organizations allocated to the Organization of work of general interest and training Court of restorative mediation proceedings, in support of the right to visit and victims legal assistance.
(2) subsidies to local authorities for the financing of the framework of measures and alternative judicial sentences.
PROGRAM 56/0 - Subsistence subsidy for use by the judicial services of the libraries of the bars in some courthouse.
59/2 program - Cult Islamic subsidy for the recognition of Islamic worship.
PROGRAMME 59/3 - Buddhism grant to the Belgian Buddhist Union Association for the recognition of Buddhism.

S. 2.12.5. the Minister of Justice is authorized to grant financial support to prisoners under electronic surveillance, which will be charged to the 52.13.34.31.01 AB.
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2.12.6 the recipes for order made under the cooperation agreement on the establishment of a National Commission for the rights of the child will be recorded on accounts 85.01.04.89 C and 87.09.74.07 B of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
These recipes can be used to respectively cover expenditure on operation and staff of this Commission.

S. 2.12.7 by way of derogation from article 61, 2nd paragraph of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the Minister of Justice is authorized

to conclude agreements with the institutions of the European Union to work on European projects, financed by Europe. These projects target improved operation and integration of justice at European level.
S. 2.12.8. by derogation from article 62 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State and by way of derogation to article 185 of the programme act of December 23, 2009, revenues for the benefit of the Fund of the Commission of games of chance (programme 12-62-5) are abandoned to 200,000 EUR and assigned to the Fund for the fight against over-indebtedness (program 32-49-2).
Section 13 SPF interior art.
2.13.1 § 1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, advances to a maximum of EUR 5 000 can be granted to accountants of the advances of the services and bodies whose expenses are listed in this section. For expenditure on a mission abroad the maximum amounts to 25.000 EUR.
Through these advances, advances accountants are allowed to pay all the urgent expenditure not exceeding EUR 500 by expenditure (VAT included).
(§ 2 by way of derogation from § 1, advances of funds for a maximum of 25,000 EUR can be granted for: 1) executed expenditure by central accounting officer of advances from the DG civil security;
(2) all the program expenditures 55 for the costs of repatriation and removal of persons considered undesirable. The EUR 500 limit does not apply to these expenses.
§ § 3 3. By way of derogation from § 1 of the advances for a maximum amount of EUR 15 000 can be allocated for all expenditure carried out by accountants of advances:-centres closed the Office for foreigners;
-return of the Aliens Office Open centre;
-DG civil security columns.
S. 2.13.2 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 51/3 - Protocol 1 ° allowances towards perpetrators of acts of courage, victims of their dedication or the assigns of heroes who lost their lives in performing such acts or the obvious aftermath of such acts, as well as for compensation for funeral expenses.
2 ° subsidy to the syndicate of Initiative and Promotion of Brussels, as intervention in the costs of the festivities held every year in the Park of Brussels on the occasion of the national holiday.
PROGRAM 51/9 - POPULATION and election subsidies in the context of the development of applications for the electronic identity card.
PROGRAM 54/0 - Program to keep 1 ° grant to the fire service training Council.
2 ° intervention in information, documentation and civil security public relations costs.
PROGRAM 54/2 - CIVIL SECURITY OPERATIONS; EQUIPMENT and training for emergency preparedness, the fire departments and CENTRES "100" 1 ° subsidy to the Brussels-Capital Region, municipalities, and intercommunal companies for the purchase of special equipment for fire departments.
2 ° interventions for the benefit of the fire service in the costs of information of fire prevention campaigns, support of local initiatives.
3 ° grants the Higher Council of training for Public Services of fire to the programming Committee, the Commission on equivalencies and exemptions, to the Editorial Committee, Council Supraprovincial French-speaking and German-speaking and Dutch-speaking Council Supraprovincial.
PROGRAM 54/6 - DIRECTION of INTERVENTIONS financial at the PROFIT of third 1 ° Intervention in the costs of laboratories carrying out research relating to fire prevention.
2 ° grants to the Royal Federation of the bodies of firefighters from Belgium, French-speaking and German-speaking wings, subsidies to the Flemish Fire Services Association and the National Fund for assistance of firefighters.
3 ° interventions in the financing of the courses organised by the provincial centres of training for members of the fire service.
4 ° intervention in the financing of expenditure incurred for the organisation of training courses by provincial centres of training for members of the fire service.
PROGRAMMA 54/8 - Financing of rescue and fire SERVICES 1 ° subsidies to the prezones areas and areas of relief.
2 ° allowances in areas of relief to finance reform, acquire equipment and special equipment for the operation and ensure the recruitment of the firefighters.
3 ° allowances to the Fire Department of Brussels capital to acquire special equipment and equipment for the operation.
PROGRAM 55/2 - projects under the policy of foreign 1 ° grants from third parties to implement projects under the policy of foreigners based on the credit of the Aliens ' Office (activity 1 of programme 2 of the organic division 55) and based on ways and means (activity 2 of programme 2 of the organic division 55).
2 ° grants from third parties to perform the actions and initiatives for the prevention of illegal immigration from certain countries (activity 3 of programme 2 of the organic division 55).
56/1 program - POLICE General ADMINISTRATIVE - training, PREVENTION and equipment 1 ° subsidy to be granted to Belgian universities or other organizations involved in the study or the control of crime, public initiatives and private prevention of crime, including hooliganism, integrated initiatives of local crime and investigation concerning the presence of certain criminal phenomena.
2 ° intervention in the costs of laboratories carrying out research relating to fire prevention.
3 ° grants to provincial governments for the accomplishment of their mission of information and coordination between the authorities and relevant departments on security.
PROGRAM 56/5 - Cell FOOTBALL subsidies to stimulate projects from the world of football for the safety of the games.
PROGRAM 56/7 - Summits EUROPEANS in Brussels subsidies local police zones and the common security of the Organization of the European summits in Brussels.
PROGRAM 56/8 - Security complete local 1 ° subsidies to local authorities in the context of the subsidised action plans and measures peacekeepers.
2 ° grants to local security policies and prevention.
PROGRAMME 59/0 - Subsistence subsidy program for the Association of the Councils of State and the Supreme Administrative jurisdictions of the European Union.
PROGRAMMA 63/2 - S.A. ASTRID 1 ° subsidy at the ASTRID S.A. to cover the operating costs of the common infrastructure.
2 ° subsidy at the ASTRID S.A. to cover the costs of the common infrastructure.
Art 2.13.3 by way of derogation from article 52, first paragraph, 1 ° of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, the Department is authorized to make reallocations between the basic 56.60.34.41.01 and 40.70.34.41.01 commitment appropriations (allowances).
S. 2.13.4 the accounting officer of the competent social service on behalf of cultural activities, is entitled to receive revenues from contributions of participants in cultural activities and is also authorized to pay expenses on the part of the receipts, to the organizers of these cultural activities.
S. 2.13.5 the accountant of the social, competent service on behalf of the daycare for children, is entitled to receive revenues of the parents for the registration of children in the crèche and is also authorized to pay the expenses relating to the costs of the crib on the part of the revenue collected.
S. 2.13.6 the accountant of logistics, competent service on behalf of the cafeteria is authorized to collect revenues in return for drinks, snacks sold and the organisation of conferences.

It is allowed to use these revenues to the payment of expenses of drinks, snacks and the organisation of conferences.
S. 2.13.7 organic Fund "in the context of migration policy" has a commitment authority of 7.182.000 EUR.
Any commitment to take under this section is subject to the approval by the controller of the commitments and the Court of Auditors.
Before the tenth of each month, controller of commitments shall send the Court of Auditors, with supporting documents, a prepared statement in triplicate noting, on the one hand, the amount of commitments referred in the past month, and secondly, the amount of the commitments covered since the beginning of the year.
S. 2.13.8 the Minister of the Interior is authorized to raise on the specific budget item provided for in article 1, § 2, paragraph 2, of the Act of 1 August 1985 social provisions, as amended by the law of 30 March 1994 social provisions, funds for coordination and actions bring in the areas referred to in article 69 of the law of 30 March 1994 supra.
These funds are paid to the advances of the policy Directorate-General of security and Prevention accountant which justifies their employment with the Court of Auditors.
Section 14 FPS Foreign Affairs, foreign trade and Cooperation to the development art. 2.14.1 the implementing of receipts and expenditures for order, carried out in the framework of agreements relating to

delegated cooperation will be entered into agreements with various partners.
Operations are subject to prior notice of the Inspector of finance, in accordance with the provisions of articles 14 and 15 of the royal decree of 16 November 1994 on the administrative and budgetary control.

S. 2.14.2 Notwithstanding article 1-01-03, § 2 of this Act, basic 42.01.11.00.13, 42.01.11.00.14, 42.01.11.00.15, 42.02.12.21.48 and 21.01.11.00.03 and 21.01.11.00.04 and 21.01.11.00.13 of section 14 basis allowances may be redistributed between them.
S. 2.14.3 certain expenditures made outside the framework of the royal decree of 19 November 1996 concerning emergency and short-term rehabilitation in favour of developing countries can be attributed to the basic allowance 54.52.35.60.83 54/5 program.
It is of the following expenses:-financing of studies and evaluations relating to prevention and preparedness disaster emergency in the broad sense, to short-term both material and psychological rehabilitation;
-the training of nationals of low-income countries, specifically related to the issue of humanitarian aid and provided by international organizations such as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the international Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC);
-expenditure relating to provision of personnel, the provision of goods and services and cash assistance for the purchase of food commodities by the victims, where these expenses are an essential element of actions deemed necessary to meet the priority needs of affected populations.
S. 2.14.4 the appropriations entered in the program 42/0 (A.B. 42.03.03.10.01) are intended to establish permanent working capital funds which ensure the payment of the expenses at the expense of operation and investment of diplomatic posts and consular representations and Belgian permanent with international organizations. Expenditures on these advances are settled against the appropriations provided for this purpose. For the same purpose and subject to the application of the same budgetary regularisation procedure, the Treasury is also authorized to reconstruct these working capital from abroad.
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2.14.5 procurement for preliminary studies in some work (42.11.12.11.12 basic allowance) and work (42.04.72.00.01 and 42.11.72.00.01-based allocations) who are assigned abroad, which remain below European thresholds may be awarded by negotiated procedure insofar as the necessary announcement is made to ensure effective competition and that equality of bidders, the main provisions of the general conditions loads and the basic principles of the regulation are respected.
S. 2.14.6 within base concerned, grants and contributions following allowances may be granted: program 40/3 - CONFERENCES, seminars and other events Participations in the operating costs of conferences and other events organised by international bodies.

PROGRAM 40/5 - REPRESENTATION has foreign subsidies designed to promote the image of Belgium in terms of trade and international relations.
PROGRAM 40/7 - COLLABORATION international 1) subsidies to organisations or associations with international activities.
(2) subsidy to the Royal Institute of International Relations.
(3) grant to the International Crisis Group.
(4) the Foundation Europalia subsidy.
(5) subsidy to the College of Europe (Bruges).
(6) subsidy to the Institute European University (Florence).
51/1 program - RELATIONS bilateral 1) subsidies for operations under the policy of bilateral action programmes.
(2) subsidy to the Foundation EU - LAC, the Anna Lindh Foundation and the King Baudouin Foundation for the development of the dialogue between cultures.
(3) grant to the ASEF.
(4) subsidy to the Eurodistrict.
(5) subsidy to the European grouping of territorial cooperation (EGTC) Flanders Western/Flandres - Dunkerque (Opal Coast).
51/2 - EXPANSION economic 1 PROGRAMME) subsidies to support the economic network abroad.
(2) support for export.
PROGRAM 53/1 - RELATIONS multilateral Contributions from Belgium to international bodies.
PROGRAM 53/2 - Political Scientific Contributions of the Belgium to international bodies.
PROGRAM 53/3 - COOPERATION expenditure on training in Belgium of nationals outside the European Union.
PROGRAM 53/4 - aid humanitarian 1) Interventions and initiatives for preventive diplomacy.
(2) prevention of conflict, peacebuilding and human rights.
PROGRAM 54/0 - subsistence 1 PROGRAMME) subsidies in international initiatives in evaluation in the development cooperation.
(2) subsidies to initiatives of third parties for the preparation and monitoring of the cooperation for development and for the organisation of meetings.
54/1 - programs country 1 program) junior program of the Belgian development cooperation.
(2) relief of the debt of low-income countries.
(3) subsidies to the Club du Sahel, at the Forum for the partnership with Africa, to the Commission on the river Mekong, at the EU - Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund, to the partnership for the forests of the Congo basin, to the East African Community, at the West African Development Bank (BOAD), to the community economic countries of great Lake (CEPGL), to the Fondo Indígena in Latin America and to other organizations or regional initiatives including regional international organizations (partners) programs, the OECD and the EU as well as regional programmes for other Member States of the EU.
(4) grants to partners in non-governmental cooperation, for the financing of actions in synergy with direct bilateral cooperation.
(5) subsidies in cooperation with local civil society organizations.
(6) support for the consolidation of society and good governance.
(7) support for the activities of the Belgian Fund for food security, established by law and complementary programmes of the Belgian Fund for food security.
(8) subsidies to delegated cooperation.
54/2 - INITIATIVES of civil society 1 PROGRAMME) subsidies to non-governmental organizations for the financing of implementation, management and evaluation programs and projects of NGOs, with the exception of the activities of prevention, relief and rehabilitation, food aid and conflict prevention which will be subsidized in charge of ad hoc basis allowances , and the actions performed through the Belgian Fund for food security.
(2) subsidies to the "Vlaamse Vereniging voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking in Technische Bijstand" (VVOB) and the 'Association for the Promotion of Education and training abroad"(APEFE).
(3) subsidies in support of educational activities in Central Africa.
(4) supply at the royal Institute of Natural Sciences of Belgium.
(5) grants to the royal Museum of Central Africa.
(6) supply at the Institute of tropical medicine.
(7) subsidy to the European Centre for management of development policies.
(8) supply the Vlaamse Interuniversitaire Raad, the Conseil Interuniversitaire Francophone and academic institutions for the financing of scholarships, training, institutional cooperation fees, initiatives, actions-North and joint actions.
(9) supply to the non-profit association Agri-Overseas.
(10) subsidies for the cooperation of certain devolved administrations.
(11) subsidies to Union of the Institute of labour (IIWE) International Education initiatives, of the International Trade Union Training Institute (IFSI) and the movement for Solidarity International (MSI).
(12) subsidies of social and cultural assistance to the students and interns from low-income countries.
(13) development of migrant associations programs subsidies.
(14) reimbursement of the costs of medical care in Europe for Belgian and Luxembourg Africa missionaries.
(15) supply at the royal Institute of International Relations.
(16) by third parties and to announce the color awareness subsidies.
(17) subsidies of Africalia.
(18) mutual subsidies.
54/3 - COOPERATION multilateral 1 PROGRAMME) subsidies to the Organization for Cooperation and economic development for activities regarding cooperation development, the 'Multilateral Organization Performance Assessment Network"and other international initiatives concerning the effectiveness of the aid.
(2) subsidies to organizations international partners of multilateral cooperation, including agricultural research programs and the development banks.
(3) voluntary contributions to the Bretton Woods institutions.
(4) mandatory contributions and financial contributions to development banks, including the operations of relief of the debt of low-income countries.
(5) mandatory contributions to the world Organization of health (who), the Organization of the United Nations for food and Agriculture (FAO), United Nations Organization for industrial development (UNIDO), the United Nations Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO), the International Labour Office (ILO) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
(6) contributions to the Global Environment Facility, to the

Multilateral Fund for the implementation of the Montreal Protocol to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change, the Kyoto Protocol to the Convention on biological diversity, the Secretariat of the Convention to combat desertification, to the Least Developed Countries Fund, to specific mechanisms to support the efforts of developing countries for development in the fight against deforestation and other initiatives under the 'fast start' financing of the fight against climate change.
(7) mandatory contributions to the international fund for agricultural development.
(8) mandatory contributions to the mission of the United Nations in the Congo and the international Tribunal for Rwanda and the residual mechanism.
(9) supply for the recruitment of staff for multilateral cooperation.
(10) subsidies of operating expenses in Brussels the International Organization for migration and the High Commissioner for refugees.
54/4 - programs from area private 1 program) various subsidies for the promotion of trade and the private sector in low-income countries.
(2) subsidies to specific measures in the context of the Millennium development goals.
54/5 - programs humanitarian 1 PROGRAMME) subsidies to humanitarian programs including food aid and transition programs.
(2) contributions to the overall international humanitarian means and funds humanitarian and food.
(3) subsidies to humanitarian projects including food aid projects.
In what concerns the subsidies and allowances granted - firstly under the 53/4 – humanitarian assistance – programme for the prevention of conflicts, consolidation of peace and human rights, - and secondly, pursuant to program 54/5 - humanitarian Programmes - as part of transition and strategic humanitarian interventions as part of food aid and food security in the short term, as well as in the context of prevention, emergency aid, rehabilitation aid, short term and humanitarian the assignment of goods or services free of charge is authorized. The legislation and regulations on government procurement shall apply with respect to contracts for the acquisition of goods and services to be subject to the conveyance.
PROGRAM 55/1-RELATIONS European subsidies in favour of European integration.
S. 2.14.7 within the limits of basic 53.41.12.11.10 and 53.41.35.40.01, to program 53/4 - humanitarian aid-, expenses of any kind can be made, subject to prior agreement of the Council of Ministers, as the actions and initiatives of the Belgium in preventive diplomacy.
S. 2.14.8 the appropriation included in the 53/5 curriculum (A.B. 51.01.00.01) - Provisional appropriation to cover the compensation pay the military, members of the Federal Police, representatives of the judiciary and members of staff of the Justice, Foreign Affairs, finance and other public bodies charged with missions abroad and the reimbursement to the departments of origin for the benefits and costs associated with the deployment and the functioning of the military members of the Federal Police, representatives of the judiciary and members of the staff of Justice, Foreign Affairs, finance and other public authorities responsible for missions abroad - may, on the proposal of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister for Budget, be allocated according to needs, by royal order, between the appropriate programs budgets of the departments concerned.
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2.14.9 to the year 2014, the Belgian Fund for food security (basic allowance 54.17.35.60.50) has a commitment of EUR 17,500,000 authority.
Any commitment to take under this section, is subject to the approval by the controller of the commitments.
Before the tenth of each month, the commitments controller transmits to the Court of Auditors, with supporting documents, a statement in triplicate stating, on the one hand, the amount of commitments referred in the past month and, on the other hand, the amount of the commitments covered since the beginning of the year.
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2.14.10 subsidies allocated to an indirect actor within the framework of a multiannual programme shall be justified on the date provided for in the by-laws or conventions y related. The unencumbered balance of such annual subsidy, attributed to load in a previous fiscal year, may be deducted from the subsidy allocated to support of this budget year to the same indirect actor.
Therefore, the action plan or the annual programme approved for the new fiscal year will be funded with new ways to engage and by means of which still has the indirect actor, after the amounts not used in the context of the action plans or previous annual programmes.
This article concerns the following basic benefit: 54.15.35.60.73, 54.17.35.60.50, 54.17.35.60.51, 54.20.35.60.70, 54.20.35.60.71, 54.20.35.60.72, 54.21.35.60.68, 54.21.35.60.69, 54.22.41.30.37, 54.22.41.30.38, 54.22.45.23.39, 54.23.45.23.01, 54.23.45.23.02, 54.24.45.23.52, 54.24.45.23.53, 54.24.45.23.54, 54.25.45.23.52, 54.25.45.23.53, 54.25.45.23.54, 54.26.35.60.64 54.26.35.60.65, 54.26.35.60.66, 54.26.35.60.67 and 54 27.35.60.24.
The second paragraph of this section also applies to basic 54.28.12.11.20, 54.28.33.00.30 and 54.44.35.60.45.
S. 2.14.11 in principle, subsidies for projects and programmes of international organizations must be justified in the manner laid down in the orders and arrangements y related. However, subsidies granted during fiscal years earlier, as well as the unused balances may be reoriented for justification in due form and with the concurrence of the Minister for Development Cooperation or for the allocation of basis 53.41.35.40.02 - Prevention of conflicts, consolidation of peace and human rights, the Foreign Affairs Minister. Approved changes will be transmitted at regular intervals to the Court of Auditors and to the Minister of Budget.
S. 2.14.12 in 2014, the State may enter into new multi-year commitments with partner countries for a total amount of EUR 250,000,000. In addition, outstanding bilateral commitments, to be run by the SCG, may not exceed EUR 750.000.000. It is projects and programs to be run by the CTB in governance, co-management or national execution on the allocation of basic 54.10.54.52.02.
Any commitments made under this section, is submitted to the controller of commitments that will verify the application of the procedures for administrative and budgetary control and compliance with the ceiling. If the project or program is partially or fully implemented national execution, registration submitted to the controller of the commitments mentioned separately the amount of national execution.
Before the tenth of each month, the controller of the commitments shall send the Court of Auditors, for information, a prepared statement in triplicate, accompanied by supporting documents, containing both the amount of commitments over the past month and the amount of liabilities registered since the beginning of the year.
S. 2.14.13 in the context of consular assistance to Belgian citizens residing or traveling abroad, the Department of Foreign Affairs is authorized, on an exceptional basis, to borrow cash to an individual maximum of 1,500 EUR on account of consular revenues of diplomatic posts of the area euros to the following conditions:-the diplomatic post concerned does not have a working capital fund -the funds necessary for assistance may be made available by the central administration within a reasonable time, - any intervention must be authorized in advance by the competent services of the consular branch which will also recover and transmission to the position of data relating to the charging of expenditure within the limits of its budgetary means - all of consular revenues will be reconstituted and paid to Treasury within a maximum period of three months.
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2.14.14 § 1. For the year 2014, a programme of loans to foreign States can be negotiated to 50,000,000 EUR.
In light of the budgetary resources provided for this purpose, the loan program must be approved by the Council of Ministers. There mention, firstly, loans to priority and priority loans replacement, in the form of a multiannual programme.
Replacement loans can override at any time to ready to realize initially that are deleted.
Commitments controller recognises achievements and replacements program loans.
§ 2. Loans to foreign States are committed by the controller of commitments prior to notification of the loan agreement, at the time where the Minister of finance agreed to the loan to make by signing a power of attorney or the loan agreement.
S. 2.14.15 in the case where the amount total of justification of expenditures by benefit, certified "consistent and faithful to the law, this management contract and the annual accounts", by the Auditors of the Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC), exceeds them advances received, the SCG will introduce, at the latest on 1 September of the year which

following the year to finance, a statement of claim for the balance. After approval of the statement of claim by the Minister of Cooperation for development, the State will pay that balance to load of the appropriations for the current year, enrolled in the basic allowance 54.10.54.52.02 - cover the operational costs of the CTB and replenish the co-managed accounts or managed by the partner.
S. 2.14.16 in the context of the litigation in which the No. 124/04/11 by April 15, 2011 judgment was delivered by the Court of First Instance of Brussels, the Minister of Development Cooperation is authorized to conclude a transaction.
S. 2.14.17 rules for the implementation of revenue and expenditure for order in the context of agreements on joint cooperation for development, conducted evaluations under the responsibility of the Belgium, will be listed in the agreements with the various partners.
Operations are subject to prior notice of the Inspector of finance, in accordance with the provisions of articles 14 and 15 of the royal decree of 16 November 1994 on the administrative and budgetary control.
S. 2.14.18 Treasury is authorized to make advances when transactions in the account opened on behalf of the B.I.T.D. (International Bureau of tariffs), create a debtor position of this account.
S. 2.14.19 in 2014, the Minister for Foreign Affairs may sign promises of financial interventions in support of the export referred to in the basic allowance 51.21.31.12.01 for a total amount of EUR 70,000,000. In addition, these promises outstanding may not exceed 210.000.000 EUR.
Any promise of action taken under this section, is subject to the controller of commitments that will verify the application of the procedures for administrative and budgetary control and compliance with the ceiling.
Before the tenth of each month, the controller of the commitments shall send the Court of Auditors, for information, a prepared statement in triplicate, accompanied by supporting documents, containing both the amount of the promises it made in the past month and the amount of the promises it made since the beginning of the year.
S. 2.14.20 following expenditures made outside the framework of the royal decree of February 28, 2003 on the establishment of a Coordinating Council for emergency foreign aid disaster or calamity and a permanent service support B-FAST (Belgian First Aid and Support Team), can be attributed to the basic 40.41.12.11.10 allowance:-costs arising from annual training UNDAC (United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination) offered to a candidate from a cooperation partner country to the Government development-costs arising from support at formations UNDAC in Africa, mainly West.
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2.14.21 § 1. By way of derogation from article 1-01-03, § 3, of the Act, the overrun of the commitment of the basic allowance 14.21.0.1.12.11.10, following the allocation of adverse exchange rate differences, can be regulated by a redistribution between the credit and those of basic economic codes 3540 or 3560 (ESA95) originally from the overflow.
This regularization takes place on annual basis, no later than February 28 of the year following that during which the excess occurred.
§ 2. Favourable exchange rate differences are negative charges on the commitment appropriations and of liquidation of the 14.21.0.1.12.11.10 basic allowance.
S. The Minister 2.14.22 who has Foreign Affairs and international trade in charge is allowed to engage and to liquidate expenses resulting from the activities of the Royal family, dependants of the appropriations for activity 2 of the programme Section 01 30/6.
Section 16 Ministry of defence art. 2.16.1. by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, advances may be granted for execution of contracts awarded by the Belgian Military Supply Office (BMSO) located in Washington.
Advances may also be granted to the accounting officer of the advances of the Ministry of defence as well as to the staff of the Ministry of defence.
These advances are transferred by the Minister of finance or his servant on the accounts of the beneficiaries. In case of emergency or when the circumstances so require, these advances are paid by the accounting officer of the advances of the Ministry of defence, which receives funds from the Minister of finance or his servant.
The total amount of the advances referred to in the preceding paragraphs may not exceed EUR 27 million.
Art 2.16.2. by derogation from article 117 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State and by way of derogation from article 151 of the programme act of 2 August 2002, the Minister of defence is allowed, both in technical cooperation and emergency aid to third countries and in the mutual assistance provided for in article 3 of the North Atlantic Treaty, to proceed without charge to the provision of service and/or sell equipment and/or materials from the stocks of the Armed Forces in the countries to which assistance is granted.
Art 2.16.3 the Minister of defence is allowed to liquidate provisional advances on: has) the compensation to be paid by the State to the head of damage suffered by staff members or by third parties;
(b) expenditures for hospitalization in civilian institutions, long-term treatments and supplies of pharmaceutical products by civil dispensaries;
c) fees of foreign facilities.
Art 2.16.4 contracts to be awarded by the Ministry of defence in the United States of America or the Canada may be concluded according to the negotiated procedure.
The funds obtained through appropriation orders issued in the past can be used to pay for expenses arising from the above contracts.
Surplus funds are donated to the Treasury as soon as the accountant concerned has submitted to the Court accounts on behalf of management with the final statement of the contracts for which these funds have been allocated.
Obligations arising from purchase orders given to the Belgian Military Supply Office (BMSO) in Washington before the beginning of the budgetary year and which could be contracted before that date may be during the fiscal year within the balance of the amounts that were incurred by the head of these purchase orders.
Are charged to load of the commitment appropriations for the budgetary year amounts that are engaged the Chief of purchase orders to the Belgian Military Supply Office (BMSO) in Washington during the budget year, regardless of the year are contracted obligations arising from these purchase orders.
May also be concluded according to the negotiated procedure, the markets and exchange agreements with the agencies of the Organization NATO maintenance and supply agency (NATO maintenance and supply and its subordinate bodies), as well as those concluded with a member country of NATO in an international agreement, having as objective the supply of spare parts, rations, maintenance or maintenance of the equipment implemented and the destruction or demilitarization equipment or ammunition.
Art 2.16.5 belongs to the exclusive decision of the Minister of defence resolution of disputes arise on the acceptance of the supplies resulting from contracts awarded by the Ministry of defence: has) in the United States of America, Canada, with the Agency NATO supply and repair and its subordinate organizations;
(b) with the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, as a result of the agreement concerning the supply of spare parts for the LEOPARD weapon system and its derived versions.
Art 2.16.6 for contracts subject to winding-up for account of infrastructure NATO bids or offers, depending on the type of market will be compared without taking into account the value-added tax or customs duties applied in the countries of the European Union.
Art 2.16.7 within the limits of the appropriations entered in basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted to the agencies listed in the 50/9 program activities: support cartographic Institut geographic National recognition national ASBL "air Cadets of Belgium Union Royal National Reserve officers of Belgium Union Royal national non-commissioned officers of Reserve of Belgium ASBL"Tank Museum"ASBL"Brussels Air Museum Fund"ASBL" friends of the Navy of the Royal Museum of the army Section and "" military history"ASBL"Friends of the Musique Royale des Guides"ASBL"Belgian Air Force Royal Symphonic Band Association";
ASBL "Body Royal of the Cadet Navy of Belgium –" the Memorial National du Fort de Breendonk social assistance, housing and CULTURE Office Central Social and cultural (OCASC) of the Ministry of defence staffing at the ROYAL of the Army Museum Royal Museum of the army and military history Art 2.16.8 Treasury is authorized to make advances in the context of the payment and reimbursement of remuneration on behalf of other departments or services foreign or international agencies, or other third parties.
These advances are recorded on accounts opened for this purpose in the accounting plan of the Ministry of defence.
The cumulative amount of the debit positions of these accounts may not exceed EUR 55 million.
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revenue and expenditure for order for international or national treaties and agreements are recorded in accounts opened for this purpose in the accounting plan of the Ministry of defence.
The balance of these accounts may be paying for more than six months. Where the cumulative balance of these accounts is in debit, this balance may not exceed EUR 10 million.
The law of contracts in the name of the State as well as the system of delegation shall apply to expenditure transactions.
These are subject, prior to any legal commitment, the opinion of the Inspector of finance in accordance with the provisions of articles 14 and 15 of the royal decree of 16 November 1994 on the administrative and budgetary control.
Art 2.16.10 the Minister of defence is allowed to use revenue from the interest earned on advances deposited with the 'Federal Reserve Bank of New York"to a maximum of EUR 100 000, in the context of contracts for the provision of aircraft, logistics support, ground and facilities related costs for all of the F-16 fleet.
Art 2.16.11 Office Central to social and cultural Action (OCASC) of the Ministry of defence is allowed to undertake such tasks as provided for in article 1 of the royal decree of 10 January 1978, amended by the royal decree of 7 December 1998, determining the mission and regulating the Organization and functioning of this organization, for the benefit of members of the staff of the Federal Police.
The members of staff of the defence that, in application of article 11 § 2 of the Act of April 10, 1973, establishing the Office Central to social and cultural Action of the Ministry of defence (OCASC) for the benefit of members of the military community, are put at the disposal of the OCASC, remain the responsibility of the defence budget.
Art 2.16.12 by way of derogation from article 61, 2nd paragraph of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the Minister of defence is allowed to enhance the services provided to the Federal Police, with the exception of those relating to the staff made permanently available to the latter , and to compensate the benefits provided by the Federal Police, on basis of the additional costs incurred.
Apart from occasional benefits, financial coverage of the benefits which the volume is known initially subject to an availability of credit whose amount is determined by the estimate of benefits to achieve and the countdown from those actually worked previously.
Art 2.16.13. the Minister of defence is allowed in international armed forces integration, or to deal with emergency situations, to conclude with foreign countries of the conventions of reciprocal services.
The financial regulation of these operations may be carried out by way of compensation, either when the convention ceases its effects, either at the end of an agreed timeframe, either by the common will of the parties involved. Any balance will be a posting or the Budget of national defence or to the Budget of the ways and means for the benefit the budgetary Fund for benefits against payment.
The Minister of defence is finally authorised with regard to materials, materials, weapons and ammunition to the conventions of divestiture reciprocal exchange and loan with other departments, Belgian or foreign enterprises and third countries provided that is promoted in this way useful to the Armed Forces stocks renewal.
Art 2.16.14 the Minister of defence or the delegated by him authorising officer is authorized to render, in whole or in part, real estate or other goods to be returned following the reorganization, which belong to the Republic of Germany or a Land and were at the disposal of the force or the civilian component for use , and to determine the financial impact of these refunds after negotiations with the State of residence.
The financial contribution net of these refunds, determined on the basis of article 52 of the Agreement supplementing the Convention among States Parties to the the North Atlantic Treaty on the status of their forces, with regard to foreign forces stationed in the Federal Republic of Germany and the Protocol of signature to the supplementary agreement, signed in Bonn on 3 August 1959 and approved by the Act of 6 May 1963 , will be a global count at the end of the restitution of all property real estate or other heritage concerned.
Partial payments can be made by the Federal Republic of Germany.
Any balance or partial payments will be / will be booked to either the budget of departments and public interest organizations concerned or for the benefit of the Fund for reinvestment of revenues from the alienation of immovable property forming part of the heritage entrusted to the management of the Minister of defence and allocated to the program for 16-50-3, after count with the above agencies be used to cover expenses resulting from infrastructure and/or sanitation to areas in Belgium or Germany, run by the Armed Forces or which are related to rendition operations.
Art 2.16.15 expenses very urgent to carry out operations abroad may be implemented under contracts that may be awarded by negotiated procedure. The basic principles of the legislation on public procurement will be applied to the above contracts unless local circumstances do not permit.
Art 2.16.16 the Minister of defence is authorized, with the approval of the Minister of the Budget and by royal order deliberate in Council of Ministers, within the limits of Section 16 - national defence credits, make transfers for the benefit of the programme 16-50-5, "Implementation", in order to meet the specific needs related to humanitarian operations and peace support.
These transfers will be communicated without delay to the House of representatives and the Court of Auditors.
Art 2.16.17 by way of derogation from article 61,2e paragraph of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the Minister of defence is authorized to enter into agreements with other public bodies in the context of the provision of reciprocal benefits.
The financial regulation of these operations may be executed by way of compensation, either when the convention ceases its effects, either at the end of an agreed timeframe, either by the common will of the parties involved. Any balance will be either compensation in kind or a charging to the budget of the defence (General estimates), or to the Budget of the ways and means for the benefit of the budgetary Fund for benefits against payment.
Art 2.16.18 by way of derogation from article 61,2e paragraph of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the Minister of defence is allowed to acquire a simulator of mine through a joint financial participation of the Kingdom of Belgium and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
By way of derogation from the provisions of article 19 of the law of 24 December 1993 relating to the procurement and certain contracts for works, supplies and services, the Minister of defence is authorized to conclude a single market, attributed in accordance with the provisions of the law of 24 December 1993 referred to above and to the joint acquisition of a simulator of mine with the Netherlands that mandated for this purpose.
Expenditure under this market operations are subject, prior to any legal commitment, the opinion of the Inspector of Finances in accordance with the provisions of the royal decree of 16 November 1994 on the administrative and budgetary control.

Art 2.16.19 by way of derogation from article 61,2e paragraph of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the Minister of defence is allowed to use revenue realized from 2002 from timber sales in the areas that are part of the heritage entrusted to its management, collected and shall be charged to the Fund of reinvestment of revenues from the alienation of immovable property forming part of
Heritage entrusted to the management of the Minister of defence and allocated to the programme 16-50-3, in accordance with article 41 of the programme law of July 19, 2001.
Art 2.16.20 by derogation to article 117 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, and provided that such operations have a report with the performance of a contract of sale of F-16 aircraft following a negotiated procedure pursuant to article 41 of the programme law of July 19, 2001, the Minister of defence is allowed : - to sell non-surplus materials forming part of the heritage entrusted to its management.
-to make expenditures on behalf of the purchaser of these aircraft, provided that these expenses relate to the logistics of these or the provision of certain services of;
-to grant a pre-financing payment to the purchaser of these aircraft.
The sales referred to in paragraph 1, first indent and the obligations of the expenditure referred to in paragraph 1, second indent are contracted after they have been subjected to the opinion of the Inspection of finance and with the prior agreement of

Minister for the Budget, in accordance with the provisions of the royal decree of 16 November 1994 on the administrative and budgetary control.
Expenditure referred to in paragraph 1, second indent and the revenues resulting from the repayment of these are treated as transactions for order within the meaning of article 2.16.9 of this Act.
Art 2.16.21 the derogation laid down in Art 1-01-3, § 3 does not apply to the commitment appropriations entered in basic allowances relating to capital expenditures, with the economic code section 16 - national defence 74.

Art 2.16.22 the commitment authority Fund 16.2 of reinvestment of receipts from disposal of equipment, materials or surplus munitions part of the heritage entrusted to the management of the Minister of defence is 16.411 000 EUR.
Art 2.16.23 of the commitment authority Fund 16.3 of reinvestment of revenues from the alienation of immovable property forming part of the heritage entrusted to the management of the Minister of defence shall be 21.074.000 EUR.
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2.16.24. the Minister that defence is authorized to engage and to liquidate, dependent of the appropriations for activity 3 of the program 30/6, section 01 of the expenses arising from the activities of the Royal family.
Section 17 Federal Police and integrated operation s.
2.17.1. the Minister of the Interior is authorized to liquidate and pay provisional advances on the compensation to be paid by the State to the head of damages suffered by members of staff or third parties.
S. 2.17.2 costs for health care abroad as well as for the execution of temporary assignments or permanent service, as referred to in article XI. IV.13, 4 °, paragraph 5, of the royal decree of 30 March 2001 concerning the legal position of police services personnel can be paid in the form of provisional advances, if need be.
Advances for the execution of temporary assignments or for the exercise of a permanent service are limited to 75% of the estimated amount of compensation that will be paid because of the relocation of service execution.
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2.17.3 within the limits of the relevant basic allowance, the following subsidy may be granted: program-90/1 - allocations and subsidies - in the 'Social Service of the integrated police' ASBL - 0479.741.709: share taken from the budget as a contribution in the expenditure required for the management of the catering services within the federal police;
PROGRAMME 90/2 - Integrated operation - to various agencies and non-profit organisation that promote the integration of breast or between the local and federal police: intervention by the federal authority in the financing of their projects or their social activities: - Sports Federation of the Belgian police ASBL - 0419.215.687 article 2.17.4 operations relating to the budgetary accounts bearing addresses 1787075074B 8 11118, 11128, 11208, 11318, 11328 and 11408, each time followed by code 0030000 (old account 87.07.50.74.B of the 'order of cash operations' section), can create a debtor position of these accounts. This debtor position cannot exceed a total of EUR 3,000,000.

S. 2.17.5 in derogation from the provisions of articles 60 and 61 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, property placed at disposal of a liaison officer, and which are taken out of service, may be sold by him according to the negotiated procedure and according to the rules in force in each country.
It can be made the same way for equipment and goods in stock at the time where a representation of the federal police abroad is permanently lifted, unless the stocks concerned cannot be transferred, free of charge or subject to compensation by the receiving party, the services of the FPS Foreign Affairs, foreign trade and Cooperation development.
In cases where it is conducted a sale on place, the product will be paid to the Budget of ways and means.
Nevertheless, if the material can be returned to the supplier of new similar goods, compensation can be made by subtracting from the value of the property disposed of the amount billed for the purchase of new equipment.
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2.17.6 relating to the budgetary account operations in the 1787075175B 8, followed by the code address POL 88 0750000 (old account 87.07.51.75.B of the 'order of cash operations' section), can create a debtor position of this account. This debtor position may not, however, exceed EUR 1 200 000.
S. 2.17.7 by derogation from article 1-01-3 § 2 and § 7, paragraph 1, of this Act, the commitment appropriations referred to in paragraph above basic regarding staff costs, may also be redistributed to allocation of basic 11.00.13 - compensation to the public transport companies for inadequately paid benefits - section 17 - Federal Police and integrated operation as well as to the same allocation of base listed in section 01 - programme 30/6 - activity 8.
S. 2.17.8 for fiscal year 2014, the organic budget Fund 17-4 referred to in article 11 of the Act of 21 December 2007 establishing the various (I) provisions has a 1,152,000 EUR commitment authority.
Any commitment to take under this section is subject to the approval by the controller of the commitments...
Before the tenth of each month, the controller of the commitments passes to the Court of Auditors, with supporting documents, a prepared statement in triplicate stating, on the one hand, the amount of commitments referred in the past month, and secondly, the amount of the commitments covered since the beginning of the year.
By way of derogation from article 62, § 2 paragraph 4, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, during the budgetary year 2014, on this same organic budget Fund, is allowed a debit position in liquidation which may not exceed EUR 508.000.
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2.17.9 for administrative simplification in the follow-up of the implementation of the budget of the federal police, but also of the General Inspectorate of the federal police and local police (AIG) and the Secretariat of the integrated police (SSGPI) as well as in the management and payment of consumable materials and other small supplies, the federal police is authorized to carry out or make adjustments to write between its differentiated appropriations which are budgetary accounting
initially charged operating mentioned above and the corresponding appropriations listed on substantive divisions or 60 55 as well as on the programme 30/6 activities 7 or 8 of section 01.
S. 2.17.10 the appropriation entered under the 90/1 program (AB 11.01.00.01) - Provisional appropriation intended to encourage recruitment policy in the areas of police facing a severe shortage of personnel may on the proposal of the Minister of the Interior be allocated according to needs, by royal order, between the programs, activities and budget items appropriate budgets of the federal police or the SPF inside.
When the distribution, all or part of this amount may be registered in the form of a grant.
S. 2.17.11 for administrative simplification in the follow-up of the implementation of the budget of the Federal as well as in managing police and payment of certain remuneration of members of the operational staff involved in escorts of funds or at sea, the actions implemented under the plans of action on road safety, the implementation within areas of seconded staff or the body of intervention or projects funded by the Union European and under the budgetary fund 17/4 'Fund external borders and return', the federal police is authorized to carry out or make adjustments to write accounting budgetary appropriations which are originally charged staff mentioned above and the variable appropriations related to the budget destination which the revenue generated by these escorts are paid actions or implemented.
S. 2.17.12 by derogation from article 1-01-3 § 2 of this Act, the commitment appropriations of the basic benefit referred to in paragraph above concerning staff costs, may also be redistributed to the basic 12.11.99 - gratia compensatory allowance of costs (tax non-taxable) staff - section 17 - Federal Police and integrated operation, with the exception of those listed in the activities programmes 22 and 31 of the organic division 90 or programme 23 of the organic division 60 , and vice versa.
By way of derogation from article 1-01-3 § 2 of this Act, section 01, the commitment appropriations referred to in the paragraph above concerning staff costs, basic can also be redistributed to the basic 12.11.99 - lump-sum compensation of expenses allowance (tax non-taxable) staff - program activity 66 of the organic division 30, and vice versa.
By way of derogation from article 1-01-3 § 3 of the Act, in section 17, the commitment appropriations for basic 12.11.99, with the exception of those listed in the activities programmes 22 and 31 of the organic division 90 or programme 23 of the organic division 60, may not be redistributed with essential allowances relating to the operating and investment expenses.
By way of derogation from article 1-01-3, §.

3, the commitment appropriations of the allocation 12.11.99, with the exception of those enrolled in the program-activity 68 organic Division section 01 30, cannot be redistributed with essential allowances relating to the expenses of operation and investment included in the 6-8 included the same activities program in this section.
S. 2.17.13 by derogation from article 62 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, the budgetary funds 17/1 - Fund for services against payment (programme 17-90-4), referred to in the annex to the Act of 27 December 1990 creating budgetary funds, can be powered by the budgetary funds 13/9 (programme 13-56-7) - financing of certain expenditure incurred that relate to security arising from the summits European Brussels-, referred to in the annex of the Act.
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2.17.14 the Minister who has the Royal Palace security detachment in charge is allowed to engage and to liquidate, dependent of the appropriations of the included 6-8 activities of the programme section 01 30/6 expenses arising from the activities of the Royal family.
Section 18 finance art. 2.18.1 § 1. By way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, advances may be granted for the accounting of the Service Management Budget and management control, for a maximum amount of EUR 500,000.
These accountants are allowed to pay by means of advances, all service charges not exceeding 5,500 EUR (excl. VAT).
§ 2. The accountant of the responsible Budget and management control, framing of the "miscellaneous income" account Service, is authorized to make expenditures exclusively in the framework and within the financial limits programs which have been prefinanced on this account by the European Union or other international bodies.
Prior to their implementation of payment, invoices and statements of claim relating to these programmes should be coated with the visa of the authorising of the Service Management Budget and management control.
S. 2.18.2 Finance Minister may provide loans and assistance Department serving officers, former officers, retired or not, the beneficiaries of financial officers and members of their family. It can grant subsidies to associations of officers of the Department and existing meeting centres and create the SPF finance staff. Voluntary and discretionary subsidies may also be granted to national and international organizations.
Within the limits of relevant basic allowances, grants and following contributions may be granted: program-40/0 - management bodies - living 1. Subsidies to asbl Inter Nos. 2.
Subsidies to finance 3 Royal harmony asbl. Interventions in support of the Association of cultural and sports of Finance 4 circles. Grants to the associations of members of staff of the finance 5. Interventions in support of the centres of the staff meetings of finance in Antwerp and Kapellen (O.P.F.) and Liège (C.A.R.A.F.)
Program 52/0 - customs and Excise - livelihood 1.
Contributions from Belgium to the financing of programmes of the OECD on taxation and finance public annual 2.Contribution of Belgium at the IOTA (Intra-European Organisation of Tax Administrations) 3. Contributions by Belgium to the world Organization of customs 4.
Grants and contributions to national and international organizations for joint initiatives in the tax field 5. Share of the Belgium in the running costs of international organizations.
S. 2.18.3 § 1. By way of derogation from article 1-01-3, § 2 of this Act, appropriations of the basic allowance "52.01.11.00.03 - final and trainee staff" can be redistributed to the basic allowance "52.01.11.00.09 - staff of the Administration of customs and Excise made available in other jurisdictions of the FPS finance and other SPF and public services".
§ 2. By way of derogation from article 1-01-3, § 3 of this Act, appropriations of basic allowances referred to in this paragraph relating to the operating expenses of section 18 - SPF Finances can also be redistributed to the basic allowance '40.03.34.41.40 - payments to third parties.
S. 2.18.4 by way of derogation from articles 60 and 61 of the Act of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the Minister of finance is authorized to use the revenues from the securitization transaction tax back, up maximum 1.5 per cent of the target, in order to cover expenditure arising from the implementation of this operation.
S. 2.18.5 buildings authority is authorized to make expenditures necessary for the management of certain buildings when they are occupied by separate utilities. This is the case for the "Finance Tower" building where the FPS finance is one of the occupants.
Therefor, the Régie receives, prior to the payment of these expenses, provisional advances on the part of the SPF finance.
Any available balance of the previous year can be used to cover expenses in the current fiscal year.
Section 19 buildings art. 2.19.1 the budget of the Régie's buildings for fiscal year 2014, annexed to this Act, is hereby approved.
This budget is for recipes to 1.086.713.956 euros total and 1.045.713.956 euros in total expenditures.
Income include endowments on the part of the State federal for a total amount of 800.774.000 euros, including 4.700.000 EUR are entered in section 01 and 796.074.000 euros in section 19, the general estimates.
The recipes include additional products to sales of real property for an amount of 20,000,000 euro in total, without changing the ceiling of expenditure.
Revenues reflect the perception of back subsidies amount of 21,000,000 euro on the part of the national lottery for the restoration of the architectural heritage, also without amendment to the spending limit.
This budget includes expenditure, commitment for an amount of 233.509.046 euros (differentiated appropriations) appropriations.
Revenues and expenditures for order valued at 27.333.578 euros.
S. 2.19.2 the Minister who has the Régie of the buildings in charge is permitted to contract, apart from the amount of the commitment appropriations limiting investment programmes, included in articles 533.01, 533.03 533.04, 533.11, 533.12, 533.13, 533.14, 533.16, 536.02, 536.11, 536.13, 536.14 and 536.15 of the budget of the Board of the buildings joining the Act, obligations of hire purchase and similar operations (including investments by third parties through private finance initiatives or) leases long-term to the availability of real estate to the use of the public authorities).
The accounting commitment of these operations is limited in 2014 to 100.000 euro, for the renovation work in the royal Museum of Central Africa in Tervuren (last slice of the total financing of 66.500.000 euros).
S. 2.19.3 buildings authority is authorized to make expenditures for first installation work in the buildings leased it to the use of services it must provide housing Act of 1 April 1971 on the establishment of a health authority's buildings.
If it comes to installation work that can be considered as finishing or standard equipment, these costs are borne by the budget of the Board of the buildings.
If, on the other hand, it comes to installation work that come from current or future occupant needs and which cannot be regarded as standard equipment and finishings, the costs are borne by the occupant. In this case, buildings authority receives, prior to the payment of expenses, provisional advances on the part of occupiers services. It is not possible for the direction of the buildings to a any pre-financing of these expenditures.
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2.19.4 buildings authority is authorized to make expenditures, regardless of nature, necessary for the management of certain buildings where simultaneously lodged several utilities but which are regarded as entities for their effective management (e.g., administrative Centres, the palaces of the Cinquantenaire in Brussels, some large rented complexes).
The buildings authority is authorized to put the amount of these expenses borne by the occupants of the buildings in question, either by the recovery of payments made, or by the use of an account to order. In these two cases, the Régie receives, prior to the payment of expenses, provisional advances on the part of these occupants.
S. 2.19.5 buildings authority is authorized to support certain expenses relating to fixed occupation charges personal secretariats and strategic bodies of Ministers and Secretaries of State housed in rented buildings or buildings of the State and who do not cohabit with their administration. The amount of these expenses is limited to 49.579 EUR by Minister and 24.789 EUR by Secretary of State for buildings of the State and by Minister 99.157 EUR and 49.579 EUR by Secretary of State for leased buildings. Directives for the distribution and the use of this credit are fixed together by the Minister for the Budget

and the Minister who has the buildings authority in charge.
Should be considered as occupation, among others: the maintenance of central heating and air conditioning costs, fees for window cleaning, maintenance of facilities and telephone exchanges, elevators and other lifting, of electrical installations and facilities security, charges related to the common parts, maintenance of lawns, parks and gardens management fees, regional taxes and installation of safety devices.
S. 2.19.6 buildings authority is authorized to use competition actually operated recipes, the proceeds from the sale of real estate and other real estate transactions. The proceeds of these operations will go to the Fund established under article 335 of the programme act of 22 December 1989.
The availabilities of the Fund not used at the end of a fiscal year are carried forward to the following fiscal year where they merge with the latter-specific recipes.
By derogation from the first subparagraph, by derogation from art. 335, § 4, of the programme act of 22 December 1989, the buildings authority is authorized to achieve in 2014 additional to a maximum of 20,000,000 euros revenue from real estate transactions, which can not be allocated to the financing of the tasks assigned to the buildings Agency.
S. 2.19.7 Notwithstanding sections 19 and 20 of the Act of 1 April 1971 on the establishment of a Board of buildings, the buildings authority is authorized to incur expenses for the execution of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance works, studies and other miscellaneous works in certain well-defined buildings that are not state-owned, when these expenses are explicitly paid by the Régie of buildings by contracts agreements, or other agreements.
S. 2.19.8 by way of derogation from article 2 of the law of 1 April 1971 on the establishment of a Board of buildings, the buildings authority is authorized to support the costs associated with the housing of the Federal Agency for the safety of the food chain.
S. 2.19.9 by way of derogation from article 2 of the law of 1 April 1971 on the establishment of a health authority's buildings, the buildings authority is authorized to contribute to the implementation of a technical review and the development of an annual report on the general status and compliance with legislation and regulations (French) into force, building renovated 'House of Belgian and Luxembourg students' in Paris (Fondation Biermans-Lapôtre).
The costs associated with these activities will be the responsibility of the federal public service programming science policy.
S. 2.19.10 buildings authority is authorized to pay contractors the work of construction and renovation (including studies) of block A of the "Residence Palace" complex in Brussels for the needs of the Council of the European Union, through funds made available by the Treasury.
In the fiscal year 2014, these expenses will be limited to an amount of 21.170.430 euros in commitment and 136.558.032 euros in liquidation.
Reimbursement of the totality of the investment of the project will be paid directly by the Council of the European Union to the Treasury.
S. 2.19.11 by way of derogation from article 2 of the law of 1 April 1971 on the establishment of a Board of buildings, the buildings authority is authorized to support investment and maintenance work in reception centres open, for the purposes of the Federal Agency of reception of asylum seekers.
S. 2.19.12 by derogation from article 2 of the law of 1 April 1971 on the establishment of a Board of buildings, the buildings authority is authorized to support the costs associated with the housing of the Federal Agency for medicines and health products.
S. 2.19.13 in the construction of new prison infrastructure, the buildings authority is authorized to pre-finance on article 560.08 its budget from external experts ' fees, up to the designation of the sponsor. After the designation of the proponents, they pay to the Régie of buildings an "entrance fee", which will be used to cover these expenses.
S. 2.19.14 by derogation from art.
66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, advances to a maximum of 250,000 EUR can be granted for the accounting central headquarters and external services of the Régie's buildings.
Accountants are allowed to use these advances for the payment of certain expenses relating to accepted invoices (or accepted that can take place, such as the statements of claim or claims) which do not exceed 5.500 EUR (excl. VAT) per expense, payable at once, not related in any way to a works contract services and supplies for an amount greater than the above sum.
The "Instruction for cash advances", approved on 27/08/2007 by the Director-general of the Board of the buildings, determines the nature of the expenses payable through advances.
S. 2.19.15 within the limits of the credit listed on section 511.06 budget 2014 of the Régie's buildings, a subsidy may be granted to the 'Social Service of the Ministry of public service' ASBL.
S. 2.19.16 by derogation from article 2 of the law of 1 April 1971 on the establishment of a Board of buildings, the buildings Agency is authorized to support the costs associated with the rental of the building occupied by the autonomous competition authority.
S. 2-19-17 the Minister that the buildings authority is empowered to engage and to liquidate dependant credits activity program 5 30/6, section 01 of the expenses arising from the activities of the Royal family.
Section 21 Pensions s. 2.21.1 the initial budget of the Pensions of the Public sector Service for the year 2014, annexed to this Act, is hereby approved.
This budget is for the recipes to 14.152.438.000 euros, including 14.114.032.000 euros for the revenue relating to legal missions and 38.406.000 euros for the service management revenue. It rises for expenditures to 14.152.438.000 euros, including 14.114.032.000 euros for expenditure on legal missions, and 38.406.000 euros for expenses relating to the management of the service.
S. 2.21.2 account Grand book 466543, cash - "SPF Finances - Treasury - SCDF - Pensions and related benefits - pensions of the public sector (SdPSP) Service"-on which shall be counted from January 1, 2006 loads of retirement and pensions of survival which are managed by the Pensions of the Public sector Service, may make a balance to a maximum of 20% of expenditure on Legal Service missions.
S. 2.21.3 account General Ledger cash 466515 - "SPF Finances - Treasury - SCDF - salary and other fixed expenses for the staff of the pensions of the public sector (SdPSP)" - on which shall be counted from January 1, 2006 loads of the salaries of the staff appointed final and contract the Service of Public sector Pensions, may submit a debit balance to a maximum of 20% of expenditure management of this Service.
Section 23 SPF Emploi, Travail et Concertation social art.
2.23.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, advances to a maximum amount of 10,000 EUR can be granted to the accounting officer of the Department - management bodies - the effect of pay claims not exceeding 5,500 EUR Excl. VAT, as well as the expenses of a nature - possibly through advances - urgent and exceptional regardless of the amounts.
By way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, advances to a maximum amount of 10,000 EUR can be granted to the accounting officer of the strategic military cell of the Minister of employment in order to pay - possibly through advances - claims not exceeding 5,500 EUR Excl. VAT as well as the expenses of urgent and exceptional nature irrespective of the amounts.
S. 2.23.2 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 40/0 - SERVICES of PRESIDENT - keep - grant in favour of the Association of staff of the FPS employment, labour and social dialogue;
PROGRAM 40/1 - International COLLABORATION - Participation in the program of exchange of social workers of the United Nations.
-Participation in the execution of initiatives for bilateral social collaboration established by the international organization of labour or a third country;
-Grants to international organizations (ILO, Council of Europe, European Organisations,...), non-governmental organizations recognized or authorized, in Belgian research institutes;
-Financial contributions to small interventions size via the SA Belgian Technical Cooperation.
40/2 program - Diversity, INTERCULTURALITY and equal opportunities - grants to private organizations in the context of diversity, multiculturalism and equality of opportunities;
-Allocation to the Fund of impulse to immigrants in the context of diversity, interculturalism policy and equal opportunities;
-Staffing for the Centre for equal opportunities and fight against racism in the context of diversity, multiculturalism and equality of opportunities;

-Grants to public organizations in the context of diversity, multiculturalism and equality of opportunities.
PROGRAM 40/5 - Equality of opportunities between women and men staffing the Institute for equality of women and men.
PROGRAMME 40/6 - CONTRIBUTION federal public Belgian in the European SOCIAL Fund - grants in ASBL under the federal contribution "operational programme 2007-2013";
-Grants to universities under the federal contribution "operational programme 2007-2013.
-Subsidies in ASBL under the federal contribution "programme operational 2014-2020".
-Grants to universities under the federal contribution "programme operational 2014-2020".
PROGRAM 40/9 - Support to reception CENTRES - a grant to the three reception centres specialized in the fight against trafficking in human beings, i.e.: - Surya - centre Pag - Asa - centre Payoke.
PROGRAM 51/1 - Consultation and CONCILIATION social endowment to the national Council of labour.
PROGRAM 52/0 - Grant subsistence program in favour of the Association of Heads of service of security and hygiene of Belgium.
PROGRAM 52/1 - ACTIONS promoting social, moral and intellectual workers 1) expenses of any kind related to the award of the Higher Council of safety, hygiene and beautification of the workplace and of the Directorate General control of welfare to work.
(2) staffing at the royal Institute of the Elites of labour.
(3) grant to the representative organizations of workers referred to in article 3 of the law of 5 December 1968 on collective labour agreements and joint committees.

S. 2.23.3 has an amount fixed by the Minister of employment, the social partners designated by can get reimbursement of the theoretical and practical training they organize in the context of bilateral social collaboration.
S. 2.23.4. the Minister of employment, with the agreement of the Minister for the Budget, is authorized to compromise, based on a reasoned opinion of the Department, in the context of the clearance of debts of the promoters of pre-1990 relating to the expenses of the past issues of the management of the structural funds projects European and in particular the European Social Fund for which the Commission European has operated , pursuant to Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of the Council of 25 June 2002 on the regulation applicable to the general budget of the European communities and of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 2342/2002 of the Commission of 23 December 2002 laying down rules for the implementation of the above-mentioned regulation, agency compensation.
Section 24 fps security social art. 2.24.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the advances of a maximum amount of 10,000 EUR can be granted for the accounting of the Department, in order to pay claims on all charges for service, the allowances and benefits of any kind not exceeding 1.000 EUR;
Permission is given to these accountants to consent to officials and experts on mission abroad, the necessary advances, even if these advances are more than EUR 1,000.
Payment of the fees of experts from other countries and the costs resulting from arrangements with foreign countries can also be made by advance of funds, regardless of the amount.
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2.24.2 appropriations for various expenditure of the social service may be used in the form of subsidy to the non-profit organisation 'Social Service of the FPS social security and the FPS public health, food chain safety and environment'.
S. 2.24.3 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 21/5 - ICT subsidy to the general Secretariat of the Benelux.
PROGRAM 55/2 - Persons with disabilities subsidies to organizations, institutions, associations and groupings that through study, education or other social activities, contribute to the integration of people with disabilities (studies, research, study days, various interventions, information and propaganda about the policy for people with disabilities...)

57/2 program - States General of the family subsidies to organizations, institutions, associations and groups which are active in the field of family policy by the study, information, or other social activities.
PROGRAMME 57/3 – RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES subsidies to OECD (Organisation for Cooperation and economic development) and Issa (International Social Security Association).
58/1 program - Studies of the policy social subsidies to organizations, institutions, associations and groups that study, information or other social activities, contribute to the promotion of social progress (studies, research, study days, various interventions, information and propaganda about the different branches of social security...)
Subsidies to public social security (IPSS) institutions and organizations of public interest to social security in pursuance of article 2-04-3 of this Act.
58/4 program - Appropriations and subsidies subsidy ASBL SIGeDIS for the management of the data bank: «Constitution of supplementary pensions.
59/1 program - Victims of the war subsidies to support social action of some federations and works in favour of the victims of the war and their successors.
S. 2.24.4 by way of derogation from article 61, first paragraph, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the 55 31 34.31.06 basic allowance "payment of allowances for the disabled in application of the law of 27 February 1987" may present a debtor position in commitment and in liquidation.
Section 25 fps health public, safety of the food chain and environment art.
2.25.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the Federal State, advances to a maximum amount of 744,000 EUR can be granted to the accounting of the Department, in order to pay claims on all charges for service, the allowances and benefits of any kind not exceeding 5,500 EUR , as well as, regardless of the amounts the costs of consumption of water, gas and electricity, phone, postage charges and the costs of consumption of fuel oil and fuel for motor cars, and advances granted to officials and experts missions.
Permission is given to these accountants to consent to officials the necessary advances to the taking of samples. These advances are limited to an amount of EUR 2,000.
Permission is given to these accountants to consent to officials and experts on mission abroad the necessary advances, even if these advances are more than 3,000 EUR.
Payment of the fees of experts from other countries and the costs resulting from arrangements with foreign countries can also be made in advance, regardless of the amount.
S. 2.25.2 appropriations for various expenditure of the social service may be used in the form of subsidy to the non-profit organisation 'Social Service of the SPF public health, food chain safety and environment and the SPF social security'.
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2.25.3 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 21/0 - PRESIDENT's SERVICES - subsidies, contributions as a country member or participation at the expense of operation to the benefit of international organizations in the field of public health.
-Subsidies to agencies having their seat in Belgium and who collaborate with international organizations in the field of public health.
-Support to directly finance meetings, in Belgium, of experts from international organizations on topics of public health, protection of the food chain and the environment.
-Support "Health in All Policies".
40/0 program - subsistence subsidy for Sport and Culture.
PROGRAM 51/3 - Care acute, chronic, and people aged subsidies as compensation for live organ donors.
PROGRAM 51/4 - Care of health PSYCHOSOCIAUX - subsidies to projects drivers 'crisis units and case management' (9 hospitals).
-Support for pilot projects "integrated double units diagnostic" (2 hospitals).
PROGRAM 51/6 - Subsidies A of ASSOCIATIONS - subsidies to various associations for the guidance and support of the citizen in his quality of patient.
-Subsidies to non-profit medical errors.
-Subsidies to associations "LEIF" and "EOL" aimed to support physicians and inform the population about the laws on euthanasia.
PROGRAM 52/1 - Care of basic health - subsidies to the schools of public health of universities, University departments of general medicine in the departments of high schools or universities as well as all associations of professionals in the health care for their work to: contribute to a better organization of different health care professionals, work to improve their skills develop policies contributing to increase their efficiency, developing synergies and complementarities between these professionals within a network comprising the 3 lines of care and the social sector.
-Subsidies to organisations of general medicine for their work

scientists contributing to the modernization of medical practice taking into account the evolution of the health care, demographic change and information technology sector, as well as the national and international context.
-Subsidies to universities or inter University of general medicine for training and scientific management of the masters of internship.
-Subsidies to the encouragement of initiatives taken in the context of workshops and dissemination of public health information.
-Support to the Cancer Registry Foundation.
-Subsidies to the circles of medical officers.
-Support to the Belgian Centre for Evidence - Based Medicine (BICAM) to stimulate awareness of the Evicende-Based Medicine and its application in the different disciplines of care in Belgium.
-Grant at the Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium for the granting of the quinquennial prize of medical sciences.
-Subsidies in the context of the national action Plan 2010-2014 to combat violence between partners and other forms of violence within the family.
-Support to scientific and professional associations of professionals in health care in the AR 78 for the development and/or adaptation, dissemination and implementation of good practice guidelines based on Evidence Based Practice.
52/2 program - Crisis management - grants relating to the Fund for urgent medical assistance (FAMU) under the Act of July 8, 1964.
-Subsidies related to the training centres of the ambulance rescuers under the Royal Decree of February 13, 1998.
-Grant to the Red Cross Belgium / Rode Kruis Vlaanderen.
-Poison subsidy to the Centre.
-Subsidy to the Agency call for Emergency Services.
-Support Ambulance Services.
-Support Implementation projects PIT.
-Subsidies for training and development for first-aid-ambulance centres.
PROGRAM 54/0 - Keep - mandatory grants to international organizations in accordance with article 39 of the cooperation agreement of 18/06/2003 between the Federal Government and the Regions.
-Among other due amounts by the State, following convictions in cases for compensation for animals which have been the subject of an order to slaughter or an order of killing for diseases, included in chapter III of the Act dated 24 March 1987 animal health or justice in particular measures and allowances in accordance with article 8 of the Act for species for which there is not an existing Fund, are paid on the interdepartmental provision.
-Grants as part of intervention in operating expenses to the OECD - pesticides program - international organization in which the DG4 has representation.
-Support to various associations for guidance and/or support of civic initiatives in the context of federal policy "animals, plants and food.

54/1 program - Policy health - subsidies as part of intervention in international organizations O.I.E. operating expenses - EPPO and FAO in which the DG4 has representation program 54/2 - Although being ANIMAL/CITES - subsidy for the study on identification of wild birds protected by the legislation concerning the protection of fauna and flora.
PROGRAM 54/3 - Power and other products of consumption - subsidies to asbl "NUBEL" in perspective of the development of a scientific database concerning the nutritional composition of the food on the Belgian market.
-Subsidies to the CRIOC (Centre for research and Information of Consumer Organisations).
-Grants to CIRIHA (Center for information and research on food intolerances and hygiene).
-Support for studies necessary to carry out the Directives and regulations of the European Union - necessary subsidies for the implementation of the National Plan Nutrition Health.
PROGRAM - 54/4 INSPECTION - control other consumer products.
PROGRAM 55/0 - Program of subsistence - subsidies in energy saving.
-Support of operation and investment - for environmental projects - companies (public enterprises and private firms), non-profit and other associations.
55/1 program - Affairs multilateral and strategic - subsidies as participation in the costs of operation and execution of or contributions to international organisations in implementation of conventions and protocols signed by Belgium for the protection of man and the environment in the areas of air pollution and water acidification, climate change, hazardous wastes chemical products, biocides, nanotechnologies, mercury, biotechnology and biodiversity, the whaling in the Antarctic and other.
(Upper GI, SAICM, UNEP, UN ECE, International Whaling Commission, Secretariat of the Antartic Treaty, CCAMLAR...)
-Subsidy to the CITES (Convention on international trade in species of wild flora endangered (UNEP/CITES) - subsidies as participation in OECD/IUCN/UNESCO/IPC/CEEWeb/UNEP and UN activities of biopropection ea. - support for capacity building projects - subsidies as a participation in the project and wildlife OSCE and subsidies for projects of capacity building.-subsidies for scientific collaboration with some institutions in the fight against pollution and the safety of) industries at risk.
-Subsidies for scientific collaboration on the cross-border transport of industrial waste.
-Subsidies related to access to information, participation of the public in the decision-making process and access to justice in environmental matters (BEE) - grants to national and international associations/organizations active in the field of the environment. (Natuurpunt, Natagora, Greenpeace Belgium, asbl judges Forum of the EU environment ea) - grants to initiatives relating to seminars and awareness campaigns, days of study and the dissemination of information regarding awareness of environmental issues (including CITES); scientific cooperation with certain institutions/organizations + structural financing of the NGOs platform composed of 4 coordinating agencies of Belgian NGOs for the environment, as a point of contact for their members in terms of the coordination of environmental policy federal, international and European (BBL/BRAL/I.E.B/I.E.W).
-Grants for outreach in the context of biodiversity (including CITES) and the environmental component of sustainable development in Impel - international networks of the UCN World Conservation Union, Impel ea.
-Grants to the Inter-Union networks employment and environment. (BRAL, Arbeid en Milieu, RW Rise CEPAG, RW RISE FEC, RBC CWB, RBC Foundation work University, RBC well being of employees, CGSLB, International Polar Foundation).
-Subsidies to associations/organizations of the public sector (RBINS).
-Subsidies to directly finance meetings in Belgium, experts from international organizations on topics of public health and environment (including CITES) - subsidy as relative contribution to the conservation of the fauna and flora of Antarctic Marine.
-Support operation and investment for ecological projects.
-Subsidies to universities.
PROGRAM 55/2 - Climate change (KYOTO) - subsidies for the financing of organisations and associations (between another contribution Climate Action Network Europe asbl, VODO asbl, subsidies for evenings of local information...).
-Subsidies to the operation of international organizations (e.a. contribution to the ' UNFCCC Trust Fund for Supplementary Activities ', and the 'UNFCCC Trust Fund for Participation' for the activities organized by the Secretariat of the framework Convention of the nations United on climate change including the connection of the national registry to the International Transaction Log (ITL Fee) /UNFCC, grant to the global forum OECD CCXG and others - grants for the operation of cooperation association) partnerships and international networks (between other Climate Justice Dialogue, Center for Clean Air Policy, MRV Partnerschip).
Subsidies as participation in OECD activities/projects.
-Support for public institutions.
-Support to directly finance meetings in Belgium, of experts of international organizations with regard to climate policy.
-Support of operation and investment for ecological projects, energy saving and renewable energy projects.
PROGRAM 55/3 - Standards of products - subsidies to associations/organizations in connection with campaigns of awareness, information days and actions of awareness for products more friendly to the environment (as stated in the scope of the Act, 21/12/98 on product standards), energy-saving, environment-friendly products sustainable or environmentally friendly construction and promotion of products and high-performance devices from an energy point of view. (Nature and progress, Netwerk Bewust Verbruiken/infolabel ASBL ea)...
-Granting of subsidies or price undertakings which are established in Belgium and who take into account during the development of the manufacture of their products, ecological aspects such as sustainable development, eco-efficiency, IPP, LCA, ea. (Support for the development of eco-design in Belgium).

-Subsidies for the promotion of efficient products /de appliances on energy plan (time to change).
PROGRAM 55/5 - Marine environment - subsidies as participation in the costs of operation and execution of or contributions to international organisations in implementation of conventions and protocols signed by Belgium for the protection of the marine environment. (a.o. OSPAR Commission, RAMSAR, Convention of the Meuse, Scheldt agreement, AEWA, ASCOBANS, BONN Agreement).
-Subsidies to national and international associations/organizations active in the field of the marine environment and the fight against pollution of the North Sea.
-Support for initiatives relating to seminars and awareness campaigns, days of study and the dissemination of information regarding the awareness of the marine environment, scientific cooperation with certain institutions / organizations.
-Subsidies to public sector associations/organizations.
-Support to scientific cooperation with certain institutions for the protection of the marine environment or the establishment of protected marine areas.
-Support both the public and private sectors as intervention in the costs of commitments or investments contracted by these institutions in the fight against pollution with hydrocarbons and other pollution as well as for the protection of the marine environment (between other subsidies to l ' VZW 'Centre of revalidation for birds and wild animals in Ostend') (, subsidies to the European project 'Integrated management of coastal zones' ("Co-ordination geïntegreerd kustzonebeheer" - Province of West Flanders) + the "Stichting Duurzame Visserij" projects).
-Subsidies related to the Organization of sensitization as part of the offshore energy production and the resulting impacts on the marine environment.
-Support to directly finance meetings in Belgium, of experts of international organizations with regard to the marine environment policy.
-Support for capacity-building projects.
-Subsidies as participation in UN activities.
-Subsidies as Participation in projects of IUCN and contributions relating to the Organization of international meetings abroad.
PROGRAM 55/8 - Environment Fund - grants associations/organizations, AIDS/grants in connection with the plan of action "seal" and other projects related to the marine environment.
56/1 program - Search national - subsidies for scientific research basic and international exchange of data on developments and recent problems in the field of prophylaxis, hygiene, hygiene of foodstuffs and the pharmacy.
56/2 program - Council superior of health - national grant to the medical scientific research fund.
-Subsidies for scientific research related to food security, health policy and animal welfare for scientific institutions of SPF SPSCAE.
-Subsidies for scientific research related to food security, health policy and animal welfare for free education subsidized.
-Subsidies for scientific research related to food security, health policy and animal welfare for public law institutions, universities of the communities and their association.
-Subsidies for scientific research related to food security, health policy and animal welfare for regional scientific institutions.

PROGRAM 56/3 Scientific Institute of the health public (ISP) - subsidies for the Organization "Biosafety-House" (BCH) - subsidies in the context of the monitoring of diseases such as Creutzfelt-Jakob disease, measles and poliomyelitis.
S. 2.25.4 is approved the budget of the Federal Agency for the safety of the food for the year 2014, annex chain under this Act.
This budget amounts for revenue 200 278 226 EUR and 196 762 936 EUR expenditure.
S. 2.25.7 the appropriation registered 25-40/1 (A.B. 40.14.01.00.01 - Credit provisional Fedoclean) can be allocated on the most appropriate basic (staff, operational staffing) by means of royal decree and with the agreement of the Minister of the Budget and the Secretary of State for public service.
Art 2.25.8 the appropriation provided for in the A. B. 25.52.21.0100.01 - (3 424 keur in commitment appropriations and of liquidation) may be allocated according to needs, in the course of the year 2014, on the basic benefit the most appropriate of the budget of the Interior SPF for the financing of expenditures for project staff 1733 in the call to the emergency services agency, by means of the royal decree on the initiative of the Minister of public health.

S. 2.25.9 is approved the budget of the Federal Agency for medicines and health products for the year 2014, annexed to this Act.
This budget is for revenue to EUR 84 908 727 and expenditure EUR 85 398 227.
S. 2.25.10 by way of derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 °, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State and by way of derogation from paragraph 3 of article 1-01-3 of this Act, the basic commitment appropriations y referred, can be also redistributed with the basic 56/42.72.00.01 allowance.
Art 2.25.11 recipes for order operations carried out within the framework of the management of Crises and Incidents are carried out using the 25.87.01.07.13 account B of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
They can be used to cover all expenses management arising from these activities.
Art 2.25.12 recipes for order operations under "Euphresco" are carried out using the 25.87.02.40.49 account B of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
They can be used to cover all expenses management arising from these activities.
S. 2.25.13 receipts order operations under Vesalius Document and Information Center (VDIC) are carried out using the 87.02.39.48 account B of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
They can be used to cover all expenses management arising from these activities.
S.
2.25.14 recipes for order operations carried out in the framework "Staff-Expert" are carried out using the 87.09.70.03 account B of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
They can be used to cover all expenses management arising from these activities.
S.
2.25.15 recipes for order operations carried out in the context of the health inspection of the port of Antwerp are carried out using the account 87.02.20.29.C of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
They can be used to cover all expenses management arising from these activities.
S. 2.25.16 receipts order operations within the function "Manager psychosocial" are made using the account 87.09.65.95.B of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
They can be used to cover all expenses management arising from these activities.
S. 2.25.17 recipes for order operations carried out in the context of the contributions to the secretariat of the Supreme Council of health are carried out using the account 87.01.03.09.B of the "Order of cash Operations" section.
They can be used to cover all expenses management arising from these activities.
Section 32 FPS economy, SMEs, Middle Classes and energy s. 2.32.1 § 1. By way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the Federal State, advances may be granted.
Advances may be granted to qualified, designated extraordinary accountants under the participation of Belgium in international expositions, until the level of budgetary appropriations for this purpose and the level of the variable funds available for this purpose on the Fund for the Organization of international exhibitions.
§ 2. Under the control of the Minister or his representative, subject to subsequent justification by the Department and within the limits of the budget appropriations, advances can be put at the disposal of the treasurers, designated, by the Minister, with international exhibitions for the execution expenses.
Payments to charge of funds available on the variable appropriations 44/7 (Fund for the Organization of international exhibitions) may be done, regardless of the amount, in advance of funds.
Any balance of such advances at 31 December 2013 may be used for expenditures for the year 2014.
S. 2.32.2 the adjusted budget of the Office of the Plan for the year 2014, annexed to this Act, is hereby approved.
This budget amounts for revenue at 9.887.790 EUR for the recipes and 9.887.790 EUR for expenses.

S. 2.32.3 by way of derogation from article 62 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the general condition, the Fund to fight against over-indebtedness is authorized to present a commitment and liquidation debtor position which the amount cannot exceed 2,000. 000 EUR.
S. 2.32.4 within the limits of basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: 21/1 program - help has all the miscellaneous departments of social service, other than purchases of heritage assets.
(PROGRAMME 21/4 – grants to domestic organizations external 1) Intervention in the cost of publication of reports and studies

as well as the costs of organisation of congresses and symposia.
(2) grant to the permanent office of the Permanent International Commission (C.I.P.) for portable firearms test.
(3) staffing at the Institute for national accounts (ICN).
PROGRAMME 21 / 5 - COMMUNICATION economic events (royal decree of 9 April 1962) both in Belgium and abroad (interests, various interventions, purchase or rental of equipment) program 41/1 - competition staffing to the autonomous authority of competition program 42/3 Council - funding of nuclear liabilities 1) financing of public body O.N.D.R.A.F. 2) staffing at the study center of nuclear energy (CNE) for the financing of social liabilities.
(3) appropriations to the O.N.D.R.A.F. for the financing fund of nuclear liabilities.
PROGRAMME 42/4 - Social policy in matters of energy social fund oil program 42/5 - grants has organizations external 1) grant to the Inter-University Institute of nuclear Sciences (I.I.S.N.).
(2) grant to research in the field of fusion and related research.
(3) contribution of the Belgium programs R & d. in the energy field.
(4) expenses borne by the Belgian State pursuant to its participation in the joint venture "Joint European Torus".
(5) economic aid to the countries of Eastern Europe.
(6) contribution of Belgium to the European Centre for nuclear research (CERN) in Geneva.
(7) the Institute of Radio-elements (I.R.E.) grant.
(8) grant for the Institute of Radio-elements (I.R.E.) investments.
(9) grant to the Centre for the study of nuclear energy (CNE).
(10) subsidy for investments outstanding to be made by the study center of nuclear energy (CNE).
(11) grant to the Institute of Radio-elements (I.R.E.) for specific operating costs.
(12) grant to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
13) intervention Symposium 14) project Halden 15) IRENA 16) CEN - Myrrha 17) additional grant to the IRE for the implementation of new studies, new investments and projects 18) grant at the International Energy Forum 19) grant for the physical protection of the CEN 20) grant for the physical protection of the IRE 21) group NEA - radio isotope program 42/8 - Belgium's CONTRIBUTION to the joint for ITER undertaking activities and other activities of FUSION 1) AGORIA for cell subsidy from contact 2) direct Contribution to the joint undertaking ITER 3) grant to school Royal Military (research activities) 4) grant to school Royal Military (prototypes) 5) Contribution Euratom/Japan PROGRAMME 43/3 - PROTECTION of the right to intellectual 1 property) contribution of Belgium to the world Organization of the intellectual property in Geneva.
(2) charges upon Belgium to the European Patent Office in Munich: fiscal adjustment of pensions.
((3) EPO: research reports 4) subsidy UPOV program 44/6 - grant has organizations external ASBL Belgian Bioindustries Association (B.B.A.) grant.
PROGRAM 44/7 - DISTRIBUTION and exhibition grant to the Bureau International des Expositions in Paris.

45/1 program - Grants A of agencies external and expenses miscellaneous 1) grants for the promotion of SMEs 2) allocation to the Fund for Participation 3) staffing at the BECEFI program 46/4 - grants A organizations external 1) grant to the international metrological organizations (EA, IAF, ILAC, WELMEC, EURAMET).
(2) grants to international associations active in the field of certification and accreditation (OIML, BIPM, EMPR).
(3) grant to the international Institute of refrigeration (I.I.F.).
(4) grant SCEPYLT (traceability of explosives).
PROGRAM 46/5 - Standardization 1) grant pre-normative research.
(2) specific actions of collective Centres in favour of small and medium-sized enterprises.
(3) the Bureau de Normalisation (N.B.N.) grant.
48/4 - grants A of agencies external and events economic 1) program grant to the international statistical Institute in the Hague.
(2) subsidy to the Belgian society of demography.
(3) subsidy to the Belgian statistical society.
(4) XBRL program 49/0 - livelihoods program Bel - IDB.
PROGRAM 49/1 - PROTECTION of the right to A consumption 1) grant to the Centre for research and Information for des Organisations de Consommateurs (CRIOC).
(2) grants to associations in the context of the protection and information of consumers.
(3) grant to ASBL "Travel disputes Commission".
49/3 - grants program has organizations external 1) Contribution to the European Centre of consumers (Euroguichet).
((2) Observatory for credit 3) Contribution to the Internet supported Communication System for Market Surveillance (ICSMS).
(4) subsidy to Prosafe (Best practice market Surveillance).
(5) service Mediation banks.
PROGRAM 50/1 - Coal subsidies to the collieries staff affected by closure measures.
60/1 program - Office FEDERAL planning staffing at the federal Planning Bureau.
Section 33 FPS mobility and transport art. 2.33.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounting of the State federal, advances may be granted to the accounting of Federal Public Service mobility and transport, which are validated by the authorising officer, leader of the Service, or by his delegate officer and are attributed by the competent Minister in order to cover the payment of the following expenses.
The accountant has to do this to a specific financial account in his name and on which the custodian transfers the amount of the advance from the account of the financial expenditures of the Federal Public Service mobility and transport. This transfer is a purely financial transaction.
The maximum amount for which an advance for small expenses may be granted is EUR 5,000.
A further advance for small expenses may be requested where the balance of payment on the financial account of the accountant is 2,500 EUR or less.
The amount of a small expenditure may not exceed 500 EUR including VAT.
The accountant can put at the disposal of the officials of the means of payment for small expenses, either in cash, or via an electronic wallet, or a debit card.
The maximum amount for which an advance for expenses on a mission abroad may be granted is 25.000 EUR.
A further advance for these expenses may be requested where the balance of payment on the financial account of the accountant is 10,000 EUR or less.
The accountant can put at the disposal of the staff on mission abroad by means of payments for expenses, or cash up to an amount of EUR 500, either via a debit card, or transfer.
The employee for which means of payment have been made available by the accounting officer, must justify its expenses through supporting documents in order to provide evidence of expenditure included in the account for the accountant. He must pay the balance, without delay, of the advance received funds and expenditures justified the qualified accountant of the advances.
The accountant counts carried out by means of advances on the appropriate commitments and winding-up credit.
If an advance or a part of it is no longer necessary for the continuity of the service, the accountant reverse the balance without delay on account of the financial revenue of the master record keeper.
The Minister shall monthly inform the Court of Auditors about the advances which he attributed.
The authorising officer, leader of the Federal Public Service mobility and transport officer or his delegate, is responsible for the regular monitoring of applications and the grant of advances by accountants.
Accountants and their alternates are appointed by the Minister or his delegate. The designation order describes the specific tasks of accountants, indicates the number of the financial account on which the accounting officer will receive his cash advance, and fixes the date from which the accounting officer carries its management, in accordance with the rules laid down by the competent Minister. A copy of this order is forwarded to the Minister of Budget and finance.
S. 2.33.2. by derogation from article 62 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, the funds mentioned below may be in 2014 a debit balance of:-the Fund for the Organization of exceptional transport: 250.000 EUR - the Fund for the operation of the Service of regulation of rail transport and the operation of Brussels-National Airport : 522,000 EUR - the Fund for the operation of the rail safety authority: 2,150,000 EUR - the Fund for the operation of the rail accident investigation agency: 275.000 EUR.
S. 2.33.3 within basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 21/0 - subsistence 1) subsidy to the Federal mobility and transport Public Service Social Service Association.
PROGRAMME 21/1 - studies and ACTIONS in the field of mobility and TRANSPORT subsidies for mobility and transport.
PROGRAMME 41 - business public 1) subsidies provided in the management contract concluded between the State and bpost.
(2) the State's contribution to Belgacom for the coverage of the benefits under the plan PTS.
51/1 - TRANSPORT rail 1 PROGRAMME) subsidies planned for implementation of management contracts concluded

between the State and the public law SA Infrabel, the SNCB and SNCB Holding.
(2) contribution of the Belgium State in spending of the central Office for international carriage by rail in Bern;
(3) contribution to cover the operating costs of the public law HR rail SA.
PROGRAM 51/8 - INTERMODALITY subsidies in relation to the promotion of combined transport PROGRAMME 52/1 - CONTRIBUTIONS A 1 international ORGANISATIONS) Stations weather Montreal: participation of the Belgium in operating weather stations and security costs in the North Atlantic Ocean.
(2) organizing International Civil Aviation (ICAO Montreal), European Commission for Civil Aviation (ECAC Neuilly sur Seine - France), participation of the Belgium in operating expenses.
52/5 program - Funds for the financing and the improvement of means control, of INSPECTION and of investigation and of PROGRAMMES of PREVENTION of the aerospace Contributions to international organizations in the context of air navigation.
53/2 – CONTRIBUTIONS program has international 1 ORGANISATIONS) Secretariat for information system under the Memorandum of understanding concerning the control of ships by the Port State: contribution of the Belgium in operating expenses.
(2) arranging Intergovernmental Maritime (O.M.I. London).
(3) services of patrol for the observation of icebergs in the North Atlantic.
((4) the Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine 5) administrative center of social security for Rhine boatmen 6) Contribution under the convention Backshell program 55/2 - grants COOPERATION agreements subsidies intended for the financing of initiatives provided for in the Cooperation Agreement concluded on 15/09/1993 between the Federal State and the Brussels-Capital Region as supplemented by its successive amendments program 57/0 - cell ongoing responsible of the management of framework organic DISTINCT DU SERVICE PUBLIC FEDERAL mobility and transport subsidy to the Federal mobility and transport Public Service Social Service Association.
S. 2.33.4 all Air Transport Directorate General revenues are allocated to the Fund for financing and the improvement of means of control, Inspection and investigation and the Programmes for the Prevention of aeronautics.
S. 2.33.5 by way of derogation from article 62 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the available organic funds means mentioned below, are partially abandoned and added to General Treasury resources:-those of the Fund for financing the international role and the function of capital of Brussels (55/2 program) to an amount of EUR 143 000;
-those of the Fund for financing and improving the means of control, Inspection and investigation and the Programmes for the Prevention of Aeronautics (program 52/5) up to an amount of 2.331.000 EUR;
-those of the Fund for the operation of dispatch of Railway Transport and the operation of the airport of Brussels National (programme 22/5) up to an amount of EUR 215,000;
-those of the Fund for the operation of the authority of railway safety (22/6 program) for an amount of EUR 511.000;
-those of the Fund for the operation of the body of inquiry into railway Accidents (programme 22/1) to an amount of EUR 37,000.
S. 2.33.6 by derogation from article 1-01-3, § 2 of this Act, the following basic allocations commitment appropriations can be redistributed between them and only them: AB 33 52 01 11.00.16 and AB 33 52 01 12.21.48 AB 33 22 40 11.00.16 and AB 33 22 40 12.21.48 Section 44 spp. Social Integration, fight against poverty and economy social art. 2.44.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, advances to a maximum of EUR 100 000 may be granted to the Accountants of the Department, in order to pay claims on all costs of operation, the allowances and benefits of any kind not exceeding 5,500 EUR , as well as, whatever the amounts, the cost of water, gas and electricity consumption, telephone charges, postage costs and the costs of consumption of fuel oil and fuel for cars, as well as advances granted to officials and experts missions.
Permission is given to these accountants to consent to officials and experts on mission abroad, the necessary advances, even if these advances are more than 3,000 EUR.
Payment of the fees of experts from other countries and the costs resulting from arrangements with third countries may also be made by advance of funds, regardless of the amount.
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2.44.2 appropriations for various expenditure of the social service may be used in the form of subsidy to the non-profit organisation 'Social Service of the FPS social security and the FPS public health, food chain safety and environment'.
S. 2.44.3 within the limits of basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 55/1 - security grants the public centres for social action (CPAs) for their mutual cooperation for the implementation of their missions.
Subsidies to the CPAs for the promotion of the participation of social, cultural and sports activities of their users.
Subsidies to the CPAs for the costs of the measures taken in the context of the National Plan to combat the digital divide.
The C.P.A.S. subsidies
for the granting of premiums for installation to persons who lose their homeless status but who are not entitled to an integration income.
Subsidies to the CPAs for the delivery of important data for policy concerning the right to social integration and the social financial assistance.
Subsidies to the CPAs for their expenses when they are involved in advancing rental guarantees.
Subsidies to the unions of the CPAs for the accompaniment of the CPAs in the performance of their tasks.
Subsidies encouraging days of studies, research, dissemination of information on the fight against poverty.
Grants supporting initiatives of integration into society of groups which, because of financial, family or social circumstances do not participate fully.
Grants to organizations promoting the reintegration of (ex)-addicts.
Subsidies to private organizations for the aid they give to special target groups, such as repatriated Belgians.
Subsidies to the CAAMI covering the intervention of the share of the State in medical expenses of dependants of a CPAs for which the CAAMI intervened, in the name and behalf of the SPP intégration sociale, on basis of the Act of 2 April 1965, granting of the annual of the fight against poverty, to a private or legal person (CPAs (, ASBL, company private,...).
PROGRAM 55/3 - Reception of asylum-seekers subsidies to municipalities and organizations that support the first home and the allocation of refugees.
Subsidies to organizations for individual assessment of the specific needs of vulnerable persons and adaptation of their accommodation.
Grants to organizations supporting initiatives of counselling (individual support, prevention tools, information and training).
Subsidies to organisations to make the stay in the childcare more useful to each through the acquisition of transferable skills (for example, basic learning, literacy, learning a national language, training skills,... etc.), regardless of the outcome of the asylum procedure.
Subsidies to organizations for information individualized on the rights and obligations of asylum seekers, particularly in regard to the right to social assistance and reception conditions, procedure and legal assistance, the institutional landscape, the conditions of life in Belgium and the aid to return.
Subsidies to organizations running missions of social interpreting.
Subsidies to organizations for the development of local policies of communication and strengthening of the General means of communication on the reception of asylum seekers.
Subsidies to organizations for the development of programs or voluntary return projects.
PROGRAM 55/4 - Economy social subsidies related to the support of innovative initiatives in the social economy.
The open Stadium Fund-related subsidies.
Subsidies under the social economy of the spring program component.
Subsidies in the context of the integrated production socially and environmentally responsible approach.
Subsidies to support social entrepreneurship.
PROGRAMME 55/5 - Policy cities subsidies under the policy of the city.
Subsidies to local authorities in the context of local initiatives social integration, security, employment, poverty alleviation, promotion of the social economy and improvement of living conditions.
Subsidies to local authorities for the realization of innovative projects.
Subsidies to the CPAs for the additional workload resulting from the accompaniment of the regularized.
Contributions to European cooperation agreements.
Subsidies to local authorities for projects related to the urban prevention to combat insecurity.
PROGRAM 56/1 - SPD FEDERAL employment subsidy in the context of federal programming 2007-2013.
56/2 - 2007 EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND - 2013 PROGRAMME

Subsidy in the context of federal programming 2007-2013.
S. 2.44.4 too collected amounts paid to the CPAs in previous years under the Act of 2 April 1965 concerning support for relief by the public Centres for social assistance, the Act of 7 August 1974 establishing the right to a minimum of livelihoods and the Act of 26 May 2002 concerning the right to social integration can be considered for fiscal year 2013 as the year advances in course.
S. 2.44.5 is approved the budget of the Federal Agency of reception of applicants for asylum to the year 2014, annexed to this Act.
This budget is for revenue to 313.281.627 EUR and 334.247.542 EUR expenditures.
S. 2.44.6 the balance available from previous years under the Act of 7 August 1974 establishing the right to a minimum of means of livelihood and of the Act of 26 May 2002 concerning the right to social integration, can be used to cover expenses in the current fiscal year.
The balance available from previous years in the context of the Act of 2 April 1965 the relief provided by the public social assistance centres, support can be used to cover expenses in the current fiscal year.
S. 2.44.7 by derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, advances may be granted to the competent accountant organic Fund 'Belgian European social fund' expenditure needs. None of these advances is subject to a maximum amount, except with regard to the 1994-1999 programming, for which they cannot exceed the available credit.
S. 2.44.8 § 1. Commitment authorizations are granted following organic Fund to the extent of the amounts shown: federal European social fund - programming 2007-2013 (56/2) program: 7.136.000 EUR;
European Fund for Integration of nationals of third countries (56/5 program): 912.000 EUR.
Any commitment to take under this section is subject to the approval by the controller of the commitments.
§ 2. By way of derogation from article 62 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounts of the federal State, the following organic substance is allowed to present in liquidation a debtor position, which may not exceed the amount mentioned: European social fund - programming 2007-2013 (56/2) program: 6.360.000 EUR.
Section 46 spp. policy scientist s.
2.46.1 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation budget and federal accounts of the State, advances can be granted for a maximum amount of 400.000 EUR BELSPO accountants and accountants of the institutions which subordinate;
Through these advances, the Accountants of the SPP can payment of claims of any nature, including the purchase of movable heritage assets, not exceeding 5,500 EUR.
Any balance of such advances at 31 December 2013 may be used for expenditures for the year 2014.

S. 2.46.2 by way of derogation from article 66 of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation budget and federal accounts of the State, successive advances of an amount not exceeding 2,500 EUR can be granted to the accounting officer responsible for the liquidation of the relief and social allowances.
S. 2.46.3 within the limits of basic allowances concerned, the following subsidies may be granted: program 21/0 - DIRECTION and management grant to the social service of BELSPO.
PROGRAM 60/1 - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE NATIONAL FRAMEWORK 1. Financing of the programmes of governmental pulses of R & D in the national framework.
2. Financing of the Inter-University attraction poles.
3. Financing of technological attraction poles.
4. Financing of studies, research and missions on behalf of third parties.
5. financing the construction, management, operation and maintenance, as well as scientific projects related to the Belgian Antarctic base.
6 grants to the Academia Belgica in Rome and the Belgian historical Institute in Rome.
7 grant to the heritage of the Academy of overseas Sciences.
8 grant to the national committees under the auspices of the Academy of Sciences, letters and fine arts of Belgium and the Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België joint.
9. grant for the recruitment of additional researchers in universities and the federal scientific institutions in support of research policy included in the multi-year plan for the job.
10. coverage of expenditures for R & D of the aircraft of the Airbus industry.
11 staffing to the scientific and technical information Service (S.I.S.T.).
12 the Belgian telematic network "Belnet" staffing.
13 the Polar Secretariat staffing.
14. Financing of the scientific support to federal drug policy.
15. Financing of the return of the Belgian scientific competence program.
16 grant ASBL "Prince Laurent Foundation".
17 grant at the study center of nuclear energy (CEN) for the MYRRHA project.
60/2 - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL 1 FRAMEWORK PROGRAM. Financing of the programmes of governmental R & D impulses within the international framework.
2 Belgian participation in the activities of the space agency European.
3 Belgian participation in space projects bilateral or multilateral (non-ESA).
4. participation in the "testing center in optical testing of the space center of Liege" (CSL) 5. " Intergovernmental organizations of research and scientific public service subsidies.
6 grants to organizations, groups and international centres of research and scientific public service.
7 grant to ASBL "The Royal Academies of science and the Arts of Belgium" to fund among other contributions to the international organizations related to the Académie royale of Belgium and the "Koninklijke Academie van België» so that national committees y related: 8 grant to the Secretariat Eureka 9.
Grant to the von Karman Institute.
PROGRAM 60/3 - INSTITUTIONS FEDERAL SCIENTISTS AND RELATED PROFESSIONALS.
1. appropriations to the federal scientific institutions under the Minister of science policy.
2 grant to the Centre for study and documentation "War and contemporary societies".
3. Financing of the actions of R & D of scientific institutions Federal.
4 the federal scientific institutions-specific staffing.
5 support for the federal scientific institutions - supplementary staffing activity.
6 grant to the international Centre of studies for the conservation and restoration of cultural property (ICCROM).
7 grant to the Cinémathèque royale.
8. film archive history and current affairs.
9 grant at the Museum of the Cinema.
10 grant ASBL decentralization of classic and contemporary films.
11. additional staffing in the federal scientific institutions to strengthen their research capacity.
12. Financing of expenditure on the digitization of the collections of the federal scientific institutions and the ceges-soma.
PROGRAM 60/4-EDUCATION-TRAINING;
EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES 1. Grant to the Foundation Biermans-Lapôtre (Paris).
2 exceptional grant to the Biermans-Lapôtre Foundation to cover the repayment of the loan.
3 grants in the University Foundation.
4 subsidy under the "Belgian - American Educational Foundation".

61/1 - COMMONS 1 CULTURAL ACTIVITIES PROGRAM. Grant to the Federation of friends of museums in Belgium and other associations of cultural support.
2 grant to the Museum of childhood.
3 grant to the Belgian Centre for music documentation (CEBEDEM).
4 grant associations concerts meets the criteria laid down by the royal decree of January 20, 1956, determining the conditions for the granting of subsidies to associations of concerts.
5 grant the Musical Chapel 'Queen Elisabeth'.
6 competition international Queen Elisabeth - Government Award.
7 grant ASBL "Young Philharmonic".
8. costs related to the promotion of music.
9. costs related to the opening of the royal palace to the public.
10. Financing of the library of the royal Conservatory of music.
11 grant to the 'Foundation Europalia International'.
EXTERNAL RELATIONS PROGRAMME 61/2 - 1. Grants to international organizations of youth.
2 Belgian contribution to the financing of the "Commission for Educational Exchanges USA, Belgium, Luxemburg".
3 grant to the Secretariat of the International Federation of Jeunesses musicales.
4 grants and international contributions.
5 purchase of publications and works of art for cultural promotion abroad.
PROGRAM 61/4 - Education-training (excluding science policy) and investment school grant to SHAPE international school.
S. 2.46.4 the commitment appropriations for the following expenses are affected by a decision of the Council of Ministers:-governmental R & D impulses in the national framework (programme 60/1);
-Interuniversity attraction poles (programme 60/1);
-technological attraction poles (programme 60/1);
-coverage of expenditures for R & D of the aircraft of the Airbus (60/1 program) sector;
-Belgian participation in space projects bilateral or multilateral non-ASE (programme 60/2).
S. 2.46.5 the Minister of

science policy is authorized to waive, in accordance with the unanimous member of ESA countries commitments European, to the recovery of rights and national taxes on the price of the works and supplies carried out in Belgium for this organization and including payment in local currency or in euro has advanced to its budget, and to reimburse this organization in addition to the Belgian contribution the amount of duties and possible national taxes paid in national currency or in euro by the Agency above for such works or supplies.
S. 2.46.6 by derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 °, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and accounting of the federal State, and article 1-01 3 § 2 of this Act, the commitment appropriations for basic 60.11.11.00.16, 60.21.11.00.18, 60.22.11.00.20 and 61.11.41.00.16 can be through reallocations of basic, transferred to the basic allowance 21.01.11.00.03 up to the amounts corresponding to the remuneration of contractual work transformed into statutory employment positions.
S. 2.46.7 by derogation from article 52, paragraph 1, 1 °, of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, the basic benefit 60.11.11.00.16 commitment appropriations, 60.12.11.00.17, 60.21.11.00.18 and 60.22.11.00.20 can be redistributed between them.
S. 2.46.8 credits of the programme 5 of division 61 (Education and Culture) can be used to pay the fees of lawyers representing the State in litigation relating to the"past" of the Education nationale/Onderwijs specifies.
S. 2.46.9 by derogation from article 1-01-3 § 2 of this Act, the commitment appropriations of allocations of base 60.31.41.00.10, 60.31.41.00.11, 60.32.41.00.13, 60.32.41.00.14, 60.32.41.00.15, 60.32.41.00.16, 60.33.41.00.17, 60.33.41.00.18, 60.34.41.00.19, 60.34.41.00.20 and 60.34.41.00.22 can be redistributed to basic 60.30.11.00.03 and 60.30.11.00.04 to the extent of the amounts corresponding to the remuneration of the statutory employment allowed in the federal scientific institutions under the Minister of science policy.
S.
2 46.10 the Minister who has the scientific policy in charge is empowered to engage and to liquidate dependant credits activity 4 of the programme 30/6 of Section 01 of the expenses arising from the activities of the Royal family.
Section 51 debt public art. 2.51.1 by derogation from article 52, first paragraph, 1 ° of the law of 22 May 2003 on the organisation of the budget and the accounts of the federal State, at the request of the Minister of finance and with the agreement of the Minister for the Budget, all commitment and payment appropriations in this section of the budget may be redistributed between them.
Section 52 Union funding European art. 2.52.1 the Minister of finance may make advances for urgent payments resulting from the obligations of Belgium at the European level and which are addressed to the Treasury enforcement of European and international financial issues.
CHAPTER 3. -Fonds of restitution and awarding s. 3-01-1 operations on restitution and funds allocation during the fiscal year 2014, are evaluated in accordance with the table y related annex to this Act.
S. 3 01-2 layout mode for each of the funds mentioned in the tables, annexes to this Act, is indicated next to the number of the section relating to each of them:-the funds and accounts, disposed of by the intervention of the Minister of finance, are indicated by the letter B;
-the funds and accounts, disposed of directly by accountants who conducted the recipes, are indicated by the letter C.
CHAPTER 4. -Services of the State to separate management art. 4-01-1 budgets of the Services of the State to separate management of the budgetary year 2014 are approved in accordance with the tables y related annexed to this Act.
S. 4 01-2 the mode of payment of expenditures for each of the Services of the State to separate management, listed in the tables annexed to this Act is indicated next to the number of the section relating to each of them:-services, whose expenditures are made by the intervention of the Minister of finance, are indicated by the letter B;
-services, whose expenditures are carried out directly by the accountants who carried out the recipes, are indicated by the letter C.
S. 4 01-3 by way of derogation from article 16 of the law of 28 June 1989 amending the Act of June 28, 1963 amending and supplementing the laws on accounts of the State, the provisions of articles 1 and 5 of this Act are not enforcement during the fiscal year 2014 with respect to Government Services separate have no legal basis and the estimation of operations resumed at the budget tables annexed to this Act.
CHAPTER 5. -Companies of State art. 5-01-1 by way of derogation from article 112 laws on accounts of the State, coordinated on July 17, 1991, the expenses resulting from the provision of goods or services shall be charged to the budget of the year during which the invoice is dated.
S. 5 01-2 by way of derogation from article 114 of the State accounting laws, coordinated on 17 July 1991, the operations of capital budget may include non-limiting credits. In this case, the language mention this. This possibility is limited to the reimbursements and payments (sections 91.11 to 94.11 of the budget of the Royal Mint of Belgium).

S. 5 01-3 the Mint Royale of Belgium is authorized in 2014 to offer of coins or medals for a maximum amount of EUR 14.873,61.
Promulgate this Act, order that it self under the seal of the State and published by le Moniteur.
Given in Brussels on December 19, 2013.
PHILIPPE by the King: the Prime Minister, E DI RUPO the Minister for Budget, O. CHASTEL. the Minister of finance, K. GARG sealed with the seal of the State: the Minister of Justice, Ms. A. TURTELBOOM _ Note (1) Regular Session 2013-2014.
References parliamentary Doc 53 3071 / (2013/2014): 001: Bill (first part).
002: Second Bill part).
003: Erratum.
004 and 005: amendments.
006 to 008: reports.
009: Amendments.
010 to 020: reports.
021: Amendments.
022 to 038: reports.
039: Amendments 040: report (reference) 041: text adopted.
Parliamentary Annals. -Discussion: meeting of December 16, 2013 - Adoption: meeting of December 18, 2013.

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