Arrangement Of The Transfer Of Responsibilities To The Federal Office Of Administration

Original Language Title: Anordnung über die Übertragung von Aufgaben auf das Bundesverwaltungsamt

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Order to transfer tasks to the Federal Administration Office

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BVwAAufgUAnO 1968

Date of issue: 16.09.1968

Full quote:

" Order on the transfer of Duties on the Federal Administrative Office of 16. September 1968 (BAnz. 1968 No. 183) "

footnote

(+ + + text evidence from: 1.10.1968 + + +) unofficial contents of the table of contents

I. 

On the basis of Section 1 (3) of the Law on the establishment of the Federal Administration Office of 28. December 1959 (Bundesgesetzbl. I p. 829), I have transferred to the Federal Administrative Office the responsibility for the implementation of the measures resulting from the promotion of German schools abroad and of the European Schools, which are based on the support of the Member States of the European Communities on 13 December The Protocol on the establishment of European Schools was established in Luxembourg in April 1962. unofficial table of contents

II. 

The Federal Office of Administration is active in the assigned task area under the name:
Federal Administrative Office
-Central Office for Schools Abroad- A non-official table of contents

III. 

In accordance with § 8 of the Act on the Establishment of the Federal Administrative Office, the Federal Administrative Office is subject to the technical instructions of the Federal Foreign Office in the transferred matters. unofficial table of contents

IV. 

the central office and the German representations abroad are directly involved in the assigned task area, provided the Federal Foreign Office does not determine otherwise. unofficial table of contents

V. 

arrangement shall be issued in agreement with the Federal Minister of the Interior and shall enter into force on 1 January 2008. October 1968 in force. Non-official table of contents

Final formula

The Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs