The Order In Which Report On Phare And The Transition Programme Management Identified Discrepancies

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā ziņo par PHARE programmas un Pārejas programmas vadībā konstatētajām neatbilstībām

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 875 Riga 2006 (October 24. No 55 49) order in which report on PHARE and the transition programme management identified inconsistencies issued in accordance with the financial instruments of the European Union PHARE program and the transition program article 17 of the law on the fourth part i. General questions 1. determines the order in which report on PHARE and the transition programme management identified discrepancies.
2. Non-compliance with this provision are: 2.1 meaning of the Republic of Latvia or directly applicable European Union nor the matīv violation resulting from the PHARE programme and the examination of programme management goes Ray the clouded counselling prostitution laws or their employees or contract performers Act or omission and the damage or could be damaging to the general budget of the European communities or budgets managed by it, if the reduced or lost income, accrued from the directly obtained on behalf of the European Communities own resources , or done incorrectly;
2.2. any intentional action or to refrain from those associated with inaccurate, incorrect or incomplete statements or documents, or the use of non-disclosure of information if the violation of legislation requirements and incorrectly used and stored in the general budget of the European communities or budgets managed by them, and if these features are used for other purposes.
3. If the error or negligence is detected and corrected before a particular payment and is not appropriate for an administrative penalty or criminal penalties, it does not qualify for non-compliance and not reported.
II. Possible inconsistencies and evaluation 4. If national coordinator of the foreign financial assistance, national coordinator of the project, twinning programs, responsible person or older Amat industry official (hereinafter referred to as the responsible person Amat) is reasonable suspicion or specific facts about the discrepancies, the responsible officer provides reporting to national official responsible for the irregularities in the management of the program.
5. If a designated officer receives information about facts or circumstances causing suspicion or give assurance about the possible non-compliance with the PHARE programme and All r going program management to check the received messages on the eligibility of non-compliance, the responsible officer provides immediate independent and objective initial evaluation.
6. If the provisions of paragraph 5, after the initial evaluation, the responsible officer shall verify that the particulars of facts or circumstances from which the causes behind the thoughts or give assurance about the possible non-compliance with the PHARE programme and the examination of programme management, Ray is: 6.1.-unreasonable, the designated officer shall decide on the termination of the initial evaluation and inform in writing the message provider when the test started, on the basis of a written application;
6.2.,-based officer shall take a decision on the need for future needs or provisional measures in prevention of the discrepancy established, prepare the initial report non-compliance according to annex these provisions and respect these rules referred to in point 8.
7. If the national officer receives information about facts or circumstances causing suspicion or gives confidence for the responsible actions or omissions that led to non-compliance with the PHARE programme and the programme management go Over, or if it has reasonable suspicion or specific facts about the conflict, which has not previously been found responsible officer, initial assessment provided by the National Executive.
III. Reporting non-compliance identified 8. Officer immediately, but not later than three working days after the decision on the necessary future or provisional measures in preventing the discrepancy established national officer submitted the initial report under the non-compliance of these provisions add Kuma.
9. the officer every quarter until the first working day of the second month shall be submitted to the national officer quarterly report (in paper form and electronically on the national officers of the specified e-mail address) for each (until the end of the previous quarter), which found recognition as legitimate. Quarterly reporting uses a non-compliance report form pursuant to the annex to these provisions.
10. the responsible officer, by national official responsible for initial or quarterly report, a copy of the report they submitted to the PHARE programme and All Ray programs officers, which provides a report referred to in the programme of administrative, financial, and technical management, except when the report is drawn up for the said acts or omissions of officials.
11. After initial or quarterly report filing officer provides this overview of the updating and submission of information to the national official responsible for the coming quarters.
12. If, in preparing the initial report or quarterly, all these provisions listed in the annex is not available, the responsible officer shall provide the missing information in the next quarterly updated reports.
13. If the competent authority, in the light of additional information or opinion provided by the law enforcement authorities (if one is filed), or the results of the additional trials or other PHARE programmes and All Ray Pro gramm management measures considered appropriate quarterly report describes the cases of non-compliance on the closed, then the officer shall inform the National Executive and the quarterly report prepared by the respective mark and indicate the reasons for non-compliance will be considered closed.
14. The National Executive shall ensure that all of the officers received a report of an evaluation and, if necessary, shall take a decision on the immediate reporting to the European anti-fraud Office and the European Commission, as well as, if necessary, do the following: 14.1. requests from officers for additional information on the report submitted and the rules referred to in paragraph 5 of the original evaluation copies of materials;
14.2. the financial control and audit, to verify the detection and prevention of non-compliance in the effectiveness of the measures and adequacy;
14.3. propose additional control measures the responsible function.
15. the initial and quarterly review results of national assessments officer inform the officer that submitted the relevant report.
16. If the original or quarterly review before sending the European anti-fraud Office and the European Commission is required to specify the national competent authority report in accordance with the amendments to the Executive, which submitted the relevant report. Review of the details of the Officer informs the PHARE programme and All go programs officers, which provides a report referred to in the programme of administrative, financial, and technical management, except when the report is drawn up for the said acts or omissions of officials.
17. The national officer gathers information and inform the Finance Ministry of the non-compliance and reports that are sent to the European anti-fraud Office and the European Commission.
IV. Provision of information where discrepancies have been found in 18. If the PHARE programme and the examination of programme management Ray (for the period up to the end of the quarter) has not detected any discrepancies, the officer until the next quarter to the first working day of the second month of their writing to the National Executive.
19. If the PHARE programme and the examination of programme management Ray (for the time period up to the end of the quarter) has not detected any discrepancies and 18 of these rules in the order it has received information from the officers, national officer until the next ceturk the second month makes exasperated little gasps to the last working day inform the European anti-fraud Office and the European Commission.
V. closing question 20. provisions applicable to the November 1, 2006.
Prime Minister, the Defense Minister a. Slakter Finance Minister by o. Spurdziņš Editorial Note: rules applicable to 1 November 2006.
 
Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 24 October 2006, regulations no 875 comments.
1. YY-last two digits of the year, when the report is filed; XXX – triple-digit number; PR-program label: TF-transition program, the Ph-PHARE programme; V – If the original message, then use the "0". The statement added the first amplified variant uses the number 1, the second supplement variant-"2" etc. (for example, EN/06/001/TF/1 or EN/06/001/TF/2).
2. the last two digits of the year and two the quarter numbers last month, when the report was submitted (for example, 06/06/06, 03, 06, 06/12/09).

3. Violations of the Republic of Latvia or directly applicable European Union legislation violation resulting from the PHARE programme and the transitional institutions involved in the management of the programme or the employees or contract performers Act or omission and the damage or could be damaging to the general budget of the European communities or budgets managed by it, if the reduced or lost income, accrued from the directly obtained on behalf of the European Communities own resources, or unjustified expenditure.
4. fraud-any intentional act or to refrain from those associated with inaccurate, incorrect or incomplete statements or documents, or the use of non-disclosure of information if the violation of legislation requirements and incorrectly used and stored in the general budget of the European communities or budgets managed by them, and if these features are used for other purposes.
 
Minister of finance Spurdziņš o.