Operational Programmes For The "growth And Jobs" 2.2.1. Specific Aid Target "to Ensure The Increase In Re-Use Of Public Data And Efficient Public Administration And Private Sector Interaction" 2.2.1.1. Measure Of Central Public Administration "ict

Original Language Title: Darbības programmas "Izaugsme un nodarbinātība" 2.2.1. specifiskā atbalsta mērķa "Nodrošināt publisko datu atkalizmantošanas pieaugumu un efektīvu publiskās pārvaldes un privātā sektora mijiedarbību" 2.2.1.1. pasākuma "Centralizētu publiskās pārvaldes IKT

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 653 Riga 2015 17 November (pr. No 60 29) action programme "growth and employment" 2.2.1. specific aid target "to ensure the increase in re-use of public data and efficient public administration and private sector interaction" 2.2.1.1. measure of central public administration "ICT platform, optimizing the process of public administration and development" implementing provisions Issued under the European Union's structural funds and the cohesion fund the 2014 – 2020 programming period management law of 6 and article 20 paragraph 13 and the national system of information law article 4, second part i. General issues down 1. : 1.1 the procedures for implementing the action programme "growth and employment" priority axis "ICT accessibility, e-Government and services 2.2.1. specific support for" target "to ensure the increase in re-use of public data and efficient public administration and private sector interaction" 2.2.1.1. measure of central public administration "ICT platform, optimizing the process of public administration and development" (hereinafter measure); 1.2. the objectives of the measure; 1.3. in the event the funds available; 1.4. the requirements of the European regional development fund project (hereinafter the project) the applicant and the partner of the project; 1.5. the eligible cost of the operation and the conditions of the question; 1.6. the measures and conditions for the implementation of the project; 1.7. an agreement or contract for the implementation of a project of cooling-off unilateral conditions; 1.8. the simplified conditions of application costs and order; 1.9. European regional development fund within the framework of the implementation of the national information systems development project monitoring procedures. 2. Measures implemented in a limited selection of project application form. 3. the implementation of measures to ensure the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry as responsible authority (hereinafter referred to as the responsible authority). 4. the list of measures eligible under the projects and their funding arrangements the funding available within the national information and communication technology management organization (the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry) include information and communication technology mērķarhitektūr and submitted for approval to the Cabinet. Mērķarhitektūr indicates the program's leading project. 5. objective of the measure is to provide a user-friendly public services, public sector, public administrations and private sector interaction, transparency and interoperability at national and European Union level, to provide a national information system in the use of existing data in other State and local authorities, without requiring data subjects to submit it again, providing a national information system in the transfer of the data collected in the municipalities, to ensure the event to be created or developed a system of automated interaction process with local information systems How to create the prerequisites for public administration information available for use outside the public sector, for example, to ensure its use for business purposes or analysis. 6. the objective of the measure group are citizens, economic operators, regulatory authorities, municipalities, associations, and foundations. 7. the measures implemented to reach such results, results and financial indicators: outcome indicators 7.1-until 2023 December 31:7.1.1. upgrade process-190, as well as up to 2018 31 December contracted with a supplier for information system development and delivery process for improvement of 30% from the measure perfected the process; 7.1.2. centralized open information system platform, but by 2018 – 17 December 31-4; 7.2. the results indicators – up to December 31, 2023:7.2.1. proportion of population who use e-services in cooperation with State and local institutions and submit forms electronically — 35%; 7.2.2. the proportion of traders who use e-services in cooperation with State and local institutions and submit forms electronically – 92%; 7.2.3. the rating of the European Commission's communication network, content and technologies supported by the Directorate-General for the initiatives within the ePSIplatform created index of PSI re-use Scoreboard rises to 475 points; 7.3. financial performance – up to 2018 December 31 certified expenditure of eur 11 690 971. 8. the financial conditions of the measure 8.1 planned total: attributable funds is eur 137 540 840, including the European regional development fund-eur 116 909 714 State budget funding – 20 181 126 euro and local budget funding – not less than 450 000 euro; 8.2. the maximum eligible European regional development fund shall be 85 percent of the planned total eligible project funding, up to a cost-benefit analysis for the funding deficit percentage and project co-financing from the applicant not less than 15 percent of the planned total eligible project funding; 8.3. If the applicant is a municipal project, project co-financing by the applicant in the national budget allocation according to the legislation on the State budget grant local authorities the European Union structural funds and the cohesion fund the 2014 – 2020 programming period for the implementation of projects co-financed; 8.4. the minimum eligible costs of the project amount measure is 150 000 euro, the maximum eligible cost of the project is eur 5 000 000; 8.5. the measures applicable to the total available funding up to 2018 31 December is 129 151 503 euros, including the European regional development fund – euro 109 778 777, State budget funds-18 922 725 euro and local budget funding – not less than 450 000 euros. From January 1, 2019, a responsible authority following the decision of the European Commission for the implementation of performance frameworks may propose an increase in the amount of the related funding available to these rules laid down in point 8.1.
II. requirements for the applicant and the project partner 9. Project applicant is a direct measure of regulatory authorities, local authorities, public corporations (delegated administration tasks), and the judicial authorities. 10. The provisions referred to in paragraph 17. the implementation of the activities supported by the applicant on the project partners can be linked to other direct regulatory authorities, municipalities, regions, national planning Corporation (delegated administration tasks), the judicial authorities and society (delegated administration tasks). 11. the project applicant project application shall be accompanied by proof that it takes responsibility for the project objectives, results and the successful implementation of the project under the information and communication technology project description in mērķarhitektūr, taking into account the amount of financing for the project. 12. If the project is linked to the partner, the project applicant or beneficiary shall be added to the application of the draft Declaration on cooperation, as well as three months of partner involvement in project concluded a cooperation agreement, which defines the obligations of the parties, the rights and responsibilities of the project objectives and indicators of achievement. 13. the project applicant be eligible for European regional development fund, if: 13.1. cooperation authority is invited to submit a project application according to the project application selection rules; 13.2. the project specified in the project application meets the planned project list that is defined in the order of the Cabinet of Ministers, which approved the use of information and communication technologies, and the mērķarhitektūr project provided that the maximum total project eligible costs. The project shall ensure that the project complies with the application of information and communication technologies in the mērķarhitektūr project description approved in Cabinet. 14. the maximum project duration is three years, but not longer than until 2022 31 December. 15. the project applicant, carry out a cost/benefit analysis (financial analysis and economic analysis), which are added to the application project. Cost-benefit analysis shows that the total project benefits and savings are greater than the project investment and operating costs throughout the project life cycle, as well as to reflect the number of workers in public administration and public authorities the reduction of maintenance expenditure arising under the modified operating processes and automated procedure, as a result of. eliminating the need to submit to the authority of the person in public administration available data or documents. 16. the project applicant project application shall include information about project perfected processes that are expected to transform the organisational, legal and technological resources so that their progress is automated in nature, making full use of information and communication technologies. The application shall state: 16.1. how and what processes will be automated interaction with processes in municipalities, as well as the improvement in results in addition to marketable items of information and their number; 16.2. how many and which processes eliminates the need for the person to submit to the authority of the public data held or documents, as well as the improvement in results in addition to marketable items of information and their number.
III. Project activities and the cost of the project includes the following 17 total: 17.1. central public administration information and communication technology platform development, to build them a new functionality, or create a new platform, or they required and cooperative information systems (including the industry) and the development, conversion of existing interfaces and creating new interfaces; 17.2. semantic and technological public administration information system matching; 17.3. the transaction process and improving the delivery of services, service application, preparation and delivery process improvement, as well as the required content of the digitisation process improvement; 17.4. the transaction process and usability services development; 17.5. data quality development and re-use of data; 17.6. adaptation of services to cooperation within the European single market; 17.7. the information and communication technology capabilities, including activities that promote public awareness, education and engagement; 11.1. project management and project implementation; 11.1. the information and communication technology management architecture to achieve the specific objective of aid and ensure compliance with the information and communication technology-assisted mērķarhitektūr, national information and communication technology management within the activities of the Organization; 17.10. program coordination of the implementation of each programme, assisted in managing the project; 17.11. Description of the project including the preparation of the information and communication technologies in mērķarhitektūr and cost-benefit analysis; 17.12. publicity activities for the implementation of a project under the Act, regulations, arrangements for the European Union's structural and cohesion funds in 2014 introduction – 2020 programming period provide a communications and visual identity requirements; 17.13. environmental and energy efficiency in the conditions of integration of the procurement of goods and services (green procurement). 18. The project will support actions, referred to in paragraph 17 of these rules and at the same time promotes the rule of 5. measures referred to in the objective. 19. the project shall ensure that the submission of the project projected costs not covered from the funds provided for in the action programme "growth and employment" other specific objectives of aid or other foreign financial assistance activity. 20. the project direct eligible costs are: 20.1 direct staff costs: 20.1.1. project management personnel remuneration costs, which are set as a fixed amount of eur 24 426 a year, plus a percentage of the direct eligible 0.64 costs (not including direct personnel costs) and multiplied by the duration of the project in years. If the staff are involved in the project is provided in accordance with the principle of relevance of part-time, subject is not less than 30 percent of capacity; 20.1.2. project staff costs, subject to the consideration that, if staff are involved in the project is provided in accordance with the principle of relevance of part-time, subject is not less than 30 percent of capacity for a specified period of time (at least one month): 20.1.2.1. program implementation coordinator costs attributable to each program's leading project in this rule 17.10. supported action referred to and not apply the national information and communication technology management within the activities of the Organization; 20.1.2.2. business process analyst; 20.1.2.3. sistēmanalītiķ costs; 20.1.2.4. solution (platform, service) head of development costs; 20.1.2.5. information system Tester; 20.1.2.6. information and communication technologies promotion activity coordinator; 20.2. the preparation of the documentation supporting the project costs (excluding project submission form fill): 20.2.1. Description of the project preparation costs; 20.2.2. cost-benefit analysis development costs; 20.3. the project of the information system audit begun costs prior to the initiation of the implementation of the project; 20.4. the project documentation for implementation development costs, 20.4.1. autoruzraudzīb costs: business process and business requirements specification development costs; 20.4.2. information systems development or acquisition procurement technical specification development costs; 20.4.3. technical infrastructure and manufacturer's serial software technical specifications of development costs (if applicable); 20.5. the information systems development or acquisition cost: 20.5.1. information systems software development or purchase costs, the chosen method of developing appropriate documentation development costs and costs related to data exchange interfaces to external systems, including information systems and public information system interoperability of savietotāj costs and costs for the purposes of achieving interoperability with local information systems; 20.5.2. serial software acquisition costs, the cost of the license update license period, which shall not exceed five years; 20.5.3. software user and administrator support material, interactive materials and guide development costs; 20.6. the information system implementation costs until it launched a productive operation: 20.6.1. data import and carrying costs of migration; 20.6.2. information resource digitization costs; 20.6.3. the administrator and the user of the information system of training costs, which through the information system, ensure the provision of services; 20.6.4. system configuration information; 20.6.5. project created information system maintenance costs from the date of the development project activities; 20.7. technical infrastructure and operation required manufacturer's serial software acquisition cost attributable to the project that is created or developed by the sharing of information and communication technologies infrastructure services and the beneficiary or the partners have shared service delivery requires expertise and data center infrastructure, extension of which is economically justified: 20.7.1. server technical and installation of the necessary infrastructure acquisition costs; 20.7.2. an array of equipment data acquisition costs; 20.7.3. serial software acquisition costs, the cost of the license update license period, which shall not exceed five years; 20.7.4. technical infrastructure and manufacturer's serial software installation and configuration; 12.9. specific technical infrastructure and operation required manufacturer's serial software acquisition cost attributable to the project, which is being built or developed a centralized information system platform or promoting the European Union an important information systems or infrastructure: 20.8.1. national electronic identification and electronic signature platform;   20.8.2. global navigation satellite system of reception, processing and distribution of the information system for the territory of Latvia; 20.8.3. national geospatial information infrastructure and municipalities sharing geospatial information infrastructure; 20.9. beneficiaries and partners in the project objectives and indicators for the achievement of the required information and communications technology hardware and equipment costs (except this rule 20.7 and 12.9. the costs referred to in point), up to three per cent of the project total eligible costs; 20.10. the information systems development or acquisition and implementation costs for quality control, costs of testing; 20.11. training costs on the public administration's information and communication technology architecture implementation and management; 20.12. user needs analysis izmaksas; 20.13. the information and communication technologies promotion costs: 20.13.1. information and publicity costs to 20.6.3. these provisions target referred to in disseminating project results achieved; 20.13.2. training, information and publicity measures for the public services that are delivered through service delivery and management platform (costs are attributable to the project, which is being developed within the service delivery and management platform (the single public service portal URLatvija.lv)), including the membership fee for the corresponding e-skills themes public events; 20.13.3. This provision the target referred to 20.6.3. the curriculum development and distribution costs for the e-management tools use and safety on the internet; 20.14. the project activities directly related to the cost of the publicity measures taken pursuant to the Act, regulations, arrangements for the European Union's structural and cohesion funds in 2014 introduction – 2020 programming period provide a communications and visual identity requirements, up to one percent of the total direct eligible project costs. 21. the project eligible costs are contingencies for both direct and indirect eligible costs incurred, up to a maximum of three per cent of the total direct eligible project costs. Funds for unexpected expenses the beneficiary can be used if the expenses not previously coordinated with the cooperation of the authority in accordance with an agreement or contract for the project implementation. 22. the eligible costs of the project are the value added tax payments that are directly tied to a project if they are not recoverable tax policy regulatory legislation. 23. This rule 20.2 and 20.12. the costs referred to in total not exceeding five percent of the total direct eligible project costs. 24. This provision, 20.6.3.20.13.1 20.5.3.,., and the cost referred to in subparagraph 20.13.3. together shall not exceed five percent of the total direct eligible project costs. 25.20.11. These provisions of subparagraph costs do not exceed five per cent of the project total eligible costs and 20.13.2. referred to cost no more than 30 percent of the project's total eligible costs. 26. This provision 20.1.2. implementation of the project referred to in staff remuneration costs together does not exceed five percent of the total direct eligible project costs. If the project is creating a centralized information system platform or centralized information system platforms for new functionality, this provision 20.1.2. implementation of the project referred to in staff remuneration costs together does not exceed 10 per cent of the total direct eligible project costs. 20.1.2. These provisions of the project referred to in staff remuneration cost of national information and communication technology management organizations implement project together does not exceed 15 per cent of the total direct eligible project costs. 27. the project's indirect eligible costs scheduled as one cost position, not exceeding 15 per cent of this provision and 20.1.2 20.1.1. the costs referred to in point, and the flat-rate method, do not submit to the authority of the cost of supporting documents concerning the use of indirect cost. 28. the project costs are eligible if incurred after January 1, 2015.
IV. the Measures and conditions for the implementation of the project 29. Beneficiary accumulates data about the impact of the project on this rule 7.1. outcome referred to indicators, data on the use of electronic services increases, if the project is created or improved electronic services, as well as data on the number of services that are performed in the adaptation of the information for the specific user group (persons with vision, hearing and intellectual disabilities). 30. The beneficiary shall issue the first procurement procedures for this rule 20.4. development of the documentation referred to in point two months after an agreement on the implementation of the project. If the beneficiary of this rule 20.4. the documentation referred to in the design documentation development itself, it launched two months after an agreement on the implementation of the project. The beneficiary shall first purchase procedure on the development of the information system in the year after an agreement on the implementation of the project. If this rule 20.4. referred to documentation and information system developed in the framework of one contract, the beneficiary of the first issue of such procurement procedures within two months after an agreement on the implementation of the project. 31. the partners shall ensure the implementation of the project activities relating to its area of responsibility. Partner is responsible for the results of the project to the extent as specified in the acknowledgement of the cooperation and the cooperation contract. 32. The beneficiary and partners (if applicable) is directly responsible for project implementation and maintenance of results for at least five years after the implementation of the project. 33. The beneficiary shall ensure that the project is completed at the moment the project created the centralized information system platform or create or develop information systems, or create or enhance electronic service is introduced in the productive activities according to the approved project submission. 34. Information Systems Developer receives financing from the payment of the beneficiary, which may not be less than 20 percent of the information system development contract prices, only after you have signed the transfer and adoption of legislation on information systems development and deployment, and the beneficiary has verified that developed information system or electronic service meets in the procurement contract. 35. If this rule 20.4. the documentation referred to in the outsourcing contract is drawn up, the developer of the documentation received from the beneficiary of the final payment, which may not be less than 20 per cent of the documentation development and autoruzraudzīb of contract prices, only after you have signed the surrender and acceptance report on information systems development and deployment. If this rule 20.4. referred to documentation and information systems development and implementation is carried out within one contract, the supplier receives the payment of which may not be less than 20 percent of the amount of the contract mentioned above, only after you have signed the surrender and acceptance report on information systems development and deployment. 36. If the project or in the developed information system contains the necessary information to local authorities, the beneficiary or a partner provides the local authorities concerned sharing information systems for the use of this information in municipalities, if necessary, by investing in municipal property in existing information systems. 37. If the project is designed and developed information system, the beneficiary shall ensure that project activities are provided for the beneficiary and partners (if applicable) for connection to the public administration's document management system integration environment, if this connection is not yet to ensure protection and a guaranteed circulation of electronic documents, as well as the prerequisites for the official launching of electronic addresses. If the partner is a municipality, the project provides at least the filing system used in connecting multiple municipalities. 38. If the project is to improve the public service, create or enhance electronic service, the beneficiary will provide the relevant service description into a single public service portal Latvija.lv. 39. If the project create or enhance electronic service is directed to a natural person or private-law legal person, the beneficiary shall ensure that the execution of the service status and the result of the service or notification on the availability of jobs in the population being delivered in the single State and local government services Portal Latvija.lv (the official electronic address from when it is available). 40. the sector Ministry as beneficiary or as a partner or as a direct regulatory authority which is subordinated to the beneficiary or a partner, provides that when completed, the project would be approved the legal framework that defines the project create or develop information systems or electronic service set up and use. 41. the supply of goods or services the subject of the contract of guarantee included in the price and not isolated as a separate cost position. This warranty provides, to avoid the subject of the contract, due to the manufacturer's or service provider's fault, and the guarantee period is not more than three years. 42. The beneficiary shall ensure that the project developed software is available to all national regulatory authorities with the right to freely copy, use, modify and improve public administration. Reasonable exceptions, use the free copy and change the beneficiary of national requirements with national information and communication technology governance organization. 43. the Funding recipient project created or developed information system (see for a centralized information system platform) provides data backup copying and restoration of the emergency operation, using public electronic communications service center information and communication technology services, as defined in the information and communication technology project description contained in mērķarhitektūr, as approved in the Cabinet. 44. The beneficiary shall ensure that the information on the project to be developed or developed information systems and processed information resources and systems design, and implementation phases is complete and timely registered public information resources, systems and interoperability in the registry from the moment when it is available. National information and communication technology management organization develop a temporary order (before the State information resources, systems and interoperability registry implementation) information systems design and harmonization of information resources, the structure of the data, and the system for registering pakalpj. National information and communication technology management organisation shall inform the beneficiary about the order in which tracks information about the project or the development of designed information systems and processed information, and registration deadlines. 45. After the program's leading project approval according to relevant information and communication technology mērķarhitektūr version of the program's leading project funding recipient creates a program Advisory Board draft programme of horizontal coordination. The program's Advisory Board identified programme of interdependence, agree on the programme of action for implementing custom project implementation plan and organize project work according to these addictions, identifies and manages project interdependencies. If the systematic risk is detected, the program Advisory Board shall inform the national information and communication technology governance organization. The Programme Advisory Board is composed of the Coordinator of the programme, the project managers and representatives, national information and communication technology governance organization representatives and, if necessary, other experts. 46. following approval of the project funding recipient project creates the Supervisory Board, to ensure the achievement of the objective of the project. The project's Supervisory Board is responsible for the results of the project, it monitors the implementation of project activities and project results compliance with the end user and partner needs, as well as confirm the external factors affecting the need of changes resulting from the project. The composition of the Supervisory Board of the project is the beneficiary, the responsible officer of the concerned authorities in the implementation of the project management, the project partners and representatives of the national information and communication technology governance organization. 47. the national information and communication technology management organization provides advice and carries out the monitoring of the implementation of the project under the information and communication technology mērķarhitektūr in the project schedule approved in the Cabinet under the public administration information system conceptual architecture, the European interoperability framework principles and requirements, as well as the previously harmonized projektējumo architecture requirement. Information and communication technology management organization may propose a cooperation body to examine the need to derogate from the Treaty or agreement on the implementation of the project if it is found not to derogate from a coherent information and communication technology mērķarhitektūr project included in the description or joined other circumstances which affect or may affect the event target, the outcome indicators or monitoring indicator, resulting in compromised national information and communication technology architecture or implementation activity. 48. the public administration information system conceptual architecture principles for the supervision of national information and communication technology management organisation has the right to participate in the project and the project management, coordination and monitoring bodies, get acquainted with the project or the used documentation. 49. cooperation authority have the right to unilaterally withdraw from the agreement or contract for the implementation of a project in any of the following cases: 30.5. the beneficiary does not comply with the agreement or the agreement on the implementation of the project, the project according to the time schedule laid down in the project, the project made in deviation from the agreed information and communication technology mērķarhitektūr project included in the description or joined other circumstances which affect or may affect the event target, the outcome indicators or monitoring indicators; 30.6. in other cases determined by the agreement or the agreement on the implementation of the project. 50. the implementation of the project, the beneficiary shall ensure information and publicity measures, the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 laying down common provisions on the European regional development fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European agricultural fund for rural development and the European Fund for Maritime Affairs and fisheries and general provisions on the European regional development fund, the European Social Fund , The Cohesion Fund and the European Fund for Maritime Affairs and fisheries, and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006, and the law on the procedures of the European Union's structural and cohesion funds in 2014 introduction – 2020 programming period ensure communications and visual identity requirements. 51. cooperation authority, on the basis of the beneficiary's written request, provide advance funding for the requested advance payments according to legislation on the State budget planning the European Union's structural and cohesion funds for the implementation of the project and execution of payments in 2014 – 2020 programming period, not exceeding 50 percent of the project to the European regional development fund and the State budget of co-financing (if applicable) total. If the beneficiary is a public corporation that implemented project management tasks delegated to it under the advance and the total amount of interim payments may be 100% of the project to the European regional development fund and the State budget co-funding totals. The Prime Minister is the Rapidity of the Newsletters of the protection of the environment and regional development Minister David Gerhard