Notice Of Digital Reporting Solution To Use For Notification Of Sickness Absence And Request Reimbursement Of Sick Pay And Daily Subsistence Allowance For Maternity Leave Act (Sdpi-Solution)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om digital indberetningsløsning til brug for anmeldelse af sygefravær samt anmodning om refusion af sygedagpenge og dagpenge efter barselloven (SDPI-løsningen)

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Requirements for the SDPI-solution





Chapter 2



The company's tasks





Chapter 3



SDPI funding solution





Chapter 4



Supervision, accounting and auditing, etc. by SDPI-solution





Chapter 5



Documents without signature in SDPI-solution





Chapter 6



Entry into force, etc.



The full text of the Decree on digital reporting solution to use for notification of sickness absence and request reimbursement of sick pay and daily subsistence allowance for maternity leave Act (SDPI-solution)

Pursuant to § 2, § 7, paragraph 2, article 9, paragraph 2, article 12, paragraphs 2 and 3, and section 16 of the law on digital reporting solution to use for notification of sickness absence and request reimbursement of sick pay and daily subsistence allowance for maternity leave law, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1069 of 14. November 2012, determined after negotiation with KL: Chapter 1 section 1 requirements for the SDPI-solution. SDPI solution must support 1) employer's notification of sickness absence, request for reimbursement and reimbursement of per diem sickness benefits after maternity law, 2) a self-employed person notification of sickness absence and request for sick pay and daily subsistence allowance for maternity leave law, and 3) unemployment box review of sickness absence and the shedding of information for use by the municipality's treatment of the unemployed workers, sick pay or maternity dagpengesag.

(2). SDPI solution must transfer the information from the employer, the self-employed and the unemployment insurance fund to municipalities or Payout Denmark for use of such procedures.

(3). SDPI solution must reverse information to the employer and self-employed person, so as to enable them to follow proceedings in the municipalities, can be advised about deadlines as well as reconcile received reimbursement.

(4). There must be a wait function in SDPI solution, where the notification of sickness absence and refund requests can be ready at an earlier time than the time limit for the notification or the request. Wait function must be able to advise the notifier when the time of submission of the notification or the request is imminent.

(5). SDPI-all transactions in the solution must be logged with full traceability.

(6). SDPI-the solution must be built as a self-contained system with standardised interfaces built on a modern IT platform with the use of web technology. The system must support and use public standards and requirements as far as possible.

(7). Establish interfaces directly to the Central Personal register (CPR), the Central Business register (CVR), the income register (eIndkomst), the social agency's system for the validation of Atypical sickness absence (VAS) and the public document box/NemSMS.

(8). For all received reports from an employer or an unemployment fund shall send a notification letter to SDPI solution employee or the insured unemployed.

(9). To be used when reporting to the digital signature OCES SDPI-solution.

Paragraph 10. SDPI solution must ensure all data against unauthorised use. The solution must, to the extent possible, apply a single public system to user and rights management.

Paragraph 11. SDPI-the solution should be available via the business portal virk.dk on all days of the week and in all 24 hours, except for necessary and announced shutdowns for maintenance and updates.

Paragraph 12. SDPI-solution's response times shall be such that users can use the system without unnecessary genes.

Chapter 2 the company's tasks § 2. During the start-up phase and the subsequent operational phase, the Company-KOMBIT a/s-special care for the following: 1) draw up requirements specification for the SDPI solution as well as for all changes and new system components. Requirements specifications and changes that have wider societal and political implications and importance, must be approved by the national labour market authority.

2) Establish and carry out contracts and other agreements on the installation, operation, maintenance and further development of SDPI-solution.

3) Ensure appropriate test procedures, including test plans, prior to the commissioning of all system components.

4) Establish administrative, systemic and it-security control routines, which should, as far as possible ensure against error in connection with the operation and use of the SDPI-solution.

Chapter 3 Financing of SDPI solution section 3. Establishment of SDPI solution happens on KOMBIT a/s ' expense and responsibility. The cost of establishment covered over 5 years through operation, see. § 5.

§ 4. KOMBIT a/s may charge a fee for the test prior to the local government, the Withdrawal of Denmark or corporate connection to SDPI-solution system interfaces. The first 10 testing hours may not be charged fees for.

(2). The fee must not exceed KOMBIT a/s ' cost of the test.

§ 5. Development, operation, maintenance, continuous further development and marketing of SDPI solution fully financed by annual contributions from municipalities and Payout Denmark. To the extent that is charged a fee for the test prior to connecting to the SDPI solution, these will also be included in this financing.

(2). Every year in the month of June KOMBIT a/s establishes an allocation key for the establishment of municipalities and Payout Denmark's annual contribution.

(3). Each municipality shall pay contributions for KOMBIT a/s according to an allocation key, where the number of citizens in each municipality by calendar year begins are the individual municipality's ratio in relation to the country's other municipalities.

(4). In the case of larger development efforts, such as get material for purposes laid down in paragraph 2, shall be in accordance with the capital key adjustment of the coming year's allocation key.

(5). Data exchange between municipalities and SDPI solution as well as Denmark and SDPI-Payout solution is included in the annual contribution. Municipalities and thus not pay separately for Denmark Payment reporting, case management, administration, data control, provision of information, etc.

(6). SDPI-solution can be used free of charge, see. However, § 4, of private and public companies, including public employers, unemployment funds, as well as self-employed persons for the notification of request for sick pay, sick leave, daily allowances for maternity law, etc., see. § 1.

§ 6. Contributions under section 5 shall not be used for anything other than development, operation, maintenance, continuous further development and marketing of SDPI-solution.

(2). The total contribution under section 5 for KOMBIT a/s shall not exceed the necessary costs associated with the development, operation, maintenance, continuous further development and marketing of SDPI-solution.

(3). KOMBIT a/s can process a total working capital of up to 20 per cent of the total annual funding. Exceed the permissible level of working capital, should the contributions be lowered accordingly the next fiscal year. A possibly operating deficits must KOMBIT a/s cover by the inclusion of loans until the next fiscal year in which the funding opreguleres equivalent.

Chapter 4 Supervision, accounting and auditing, etc. by SDPI solution section 7. KOMBIT a/s ' other activities must be clearly separated as well economically as the task-and operationally from SDPI-solution.

(2). KOMBIT a/s must ensure that each year by an independent auditor shall be drawn up a statement of assurance for the SDPI-total solution and all its components, including whether the solution is safe and provides necessary and sufficient security procedures in place to receive, process and transmit electronic messages. KOMBIT a/s has an obligation to submit copy of the statement of assurance to the national labour market authority.

(3). KOMBIT a/s has an obligation to submit copy of the audit report to the national labour market authority, in cooperation with the annotated financial statements.

(4). KOMBIT a/s has a duty to inform the national labour market authority of Auditor change.

(5). KOMBIT a/s is obligated to keep documentation for KOMBIT a/s ' communications to the national labour market authority on the fulfilment of the obligations arising from the law on digital reporting solution to use for notification of sick leave as well as reimbursement of sick pay and daily subsistence allowance for maternity leave law, is right.

Chapter 5 Documents without signature in SDPI solution section 8. In solution, the following documents-SDPI broadcast as both paper and in electronic form without signature or with mechanically reproduced signature or in a similar way: 1) Receipt of letters.

2) Notification letters.

3) Letters with purely informational content, for example about deadlines.

(2). These documents shall be treated legally with documents with personal signature.

Chapter 6 entry into force, etc.

§ 9. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. December 2012.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 644 of 11. June 2010 on digital reporting solution to use for notification of sickness absence and request reimbursement of sick pay and daily subsistence allowance for maternity leave Act (SDPI-solution).

The national labour market authority, the 26. November 2012 Marie Hansen/Jens Erik Zebis