Operational Programmes For The "growth And Jobs" 3.4.2. Specific Aid Target "public Administration Professional Development Better Legal Framework, In The Development Of The Small And Medium Business Support, Corruption And Shadow Economy In The Areas ...

Original Language Title: Darbības programmas "Izaugsme un nodarbinātība" 3.4.2.specifiskā atbalsta mērķa "Valsts pārvaldes profesionālā pilnveide labāka tiesiskā regulējuma izstrādē mazo un vidējo komersantu atbalsta, korupcijas novēršanas un ēnu ekonomikas mazināšanas jomās" īst

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 389 2015 in Riga on July 14 (pr. No 34 2) operational programmes for the "growth and jobs" 3.4.2. specific aid target "public administration professional development better legal framework, in the development of the small and medium business support, corruption and shadow economy in the areas of reducing the" 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 i. General questions 1. determines the : 1.1 the procedures for implementing the action programme "growth and employment" priority axis "of small and medium-sized business competitiveness" 3.4.2. specific aid objectives "public administration professional development better legal framework, in the development of the small and medium business support, corruption and shadow economy in the areas of mitigation" (hereinafter referred to as the specific support); 1.2. specific aid objectives; 1.3. specific support available funding; 1.4. the requirements of the European Social Fund project applicant (hereinafter referred to as project applicant) and project partner; 1.5. the eligible cost of the operation and the conditions of the question; 1.6. agreement on the implementation of the unilateral notice conditions; 1.7. the simplified conditions of application costs and procedures. 2. The specific objective is to provide public administrations employed professional development and contribute to the business environment, the informal economy and corruption. 3. Specific support to target public administrations workers, which have an impact on improving the business environment, and the reduction of administrative burdens for small and medium businesses, as well as corruption and shadow economy in risk mitigation. 4. the Specific objective of the aid up to 2023 31 December is achievable the following monitoring indicators: outcome indicator 4.1 – professional competence raised the number of persons: 4.1.1. better regulation, in the development of small and medium entrepreneurs in the field of aid certificates are issued to persons 2756; 4.1.2. corruption and the shadow economy in the area of mitigation certificates issued in 1694; 4.2. outcome indicators: number of persons trained: 4.2.1. better regulation in developing small and medium-sized merchant support area trained persons, including 10 885 until 2018 31 December-3267; 4.2.2. corruption and the shadow economy in the field of reduction of persons trained 6713 including up to 2018 – December 31, 1760; 4.3. financial performance – up to 2018 December 31 certified expenditure 3 132 164. 5. Specific support for implementing the project application to the limited selection. 6. Specific support within the responsible authority for the national registry (hereinafter referred to as the responsible authority). 7. Specific aid the planned total attributable funds is 9 491 392 euro, including the European Social Fund funding – 8 067 683 euro and State budget funds-eur 1 423 709. The project's total eligible submissions funding plans to no more than eur 8 901 167, including the European Social Fund, in the amount of eur 7 565 992 and the State financial budget – eur 1 335 175, respecting the specific support of the performance reserve and the outcome indicator planning according to this provision the amount referred to in point 4.2. 8. the maximum eligible European Social Fund funding is 85 percent of the planned total eligible project funding. 9. The specific aid projects in total eligible cost maximum till 2018 31 December are: 9.1.  5 537 802 euro public administrations employed professional development projects in the development of better regulation for small and medium-sized merchant support area. From January 1, 2019, a responsible authority following the decision of the European Commission can propose projects to increase the total amount of eligible costs up to € 5 905 007, subject to this provision as referred to in point 7 of the proportional allocation of funding sources; 9.2.3 363 365 euro public administrations employed a professional development project for corruption prevention and reduction of shadow economy. From January 1, 2019, a responsible authority following the decision of the European Commission may propose to increase the eligible costs under the project totals up to 3 586 385 euro, subject to this provision, paragraph 7, of the financing source for the proportional distribution.
II. requirements for the applicant and project cooperation partner to the Project the applicant 10. specific aid is direct public administration institution that: 10.1. ensure public administration and human resources development policy, coordinates and monitors its implementation, as well as implement better regulation policy, the State Chancellery; 10.2. implementing the national policy for civil servants and employees of public administration education and vocational skills in order to prepare highly qualified and professional staff of the public administration – public administration school. 11. the National School of administration of the project may be implemented in collaboration with the following partners: 11.1. State Chancellery – public administrations employed professional development events in the development of better regulation, the small and medium business support; 11.2. the corruption prevention and combating Bureau, public administration employed in professional development activities, corruption prevention and reduction of shadow economy. 12. the partner shall participate in the implementation of the project, providing methodological support in connection with organising the training, as well as assessing the relevance and quality of training and providing proposals for improving the operation of those rules 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.7, 15.8, 15.9.. and 15.10. eligible actions referred to ensure compliance with the training process of policy planning documents. 13. the National School of Administration negotiated with the partners in the agreement according to the legislation on the order in which the European Union's structural and cohesion funds in the participating institutions provide the planning document preparation and implementation of these funds in 2014 – 2020 programming period. The contractual arrangement establishes mutual responsibilities, functions and duties of the successful implementation of the project. 14. the project applicant project application under the rules drawn up for the selection of the project application and submit it to the Liaison Office. If the liaison body confirms the application of the project and conclude an agreement on the implementation of the project, the project applicant is also the recipient of the funding.
III. eligible activities and costs

15. The specific aid supported the following: 15.1 the training needs identification and evaluation; 15.2. the development of professional competencies program, training modules, methodologies, manuals and design and development of materials, good practice collection and publishing; 15.3. training, seminars, workshops, conferences and the organisation of exchange of experience, including outside the European Union; 15.4. evaluation of the results of training and member satisfaction surveys; 15.5. training for database development and adaptation; 15.6. teaching and learning materials of the document management system and development; 15.7. information and publicity of the project; 15.8. the established training modules and the first certification and licensing; 15.9. merchants, non-governmental organizations and public comparative assessment of public administration professional development progress and capacity improvement of the business environment, reducing the administrative burden and corruption and reducing the informal economy; 15.10. project management and project implementation. 16. The specific aid plans to the following eligible costs: 16.1. direct eligible costs; 16.2. indirect eligible costs; 16.3. the unexpected costs. 17. This provision 16.1. the costs referred to include the following positions: 17.1. personnel costs (project management and project implementation staff remuneration costs) according to State and local officials and employees of the institutions of law, except for the remuneration of overtime, these rules 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.5..,.,., 15.8 15.6 15.9. and 15.10. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2. the other costs of project implementation: 17.2.1. Service (enterprise agreements) costs these rules 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.5..,.,., 15.8 15.6 15.9. and 15.10. eligible activities referred to in (a); Lecturer 17.2.2., consultants, experts and specialists ' consideration of these rules 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.5..,.,., 15.8 15.6 15.9. and 15.10. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.3. domestic and foreign training, work and service travel and business travel costs, including project management and project implementation staff according to laws and regulations about the order in which the recoverable costs associated with missions that rule 15.3 and 15.10. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.4. teaching members of the database development costs according to the European Union's structural and cohesion funds, the requirements of this provision, and 15.3 15.4 15.5. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.5. training documents and training materials management system design and development costs this rule 15.3 and 15.6. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.6. training modules and program certification and licensing costs that rule 15.3 and 15.8. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.7. Logistics Security purchase (for example, translation of technical equipment, videoapraid equipment, video equipment, online equipment for videotiešraid) this rule 15.3, 15.5 and 15.6. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.8. work equipment acquisition cost is attributable to the project management and the project staff, the creation of new jobs or existing job restoration, maintenance and repair of no more than eur 3000 per job site throughout the project implementation period. If the project management and the project staff are employed full time, work equipment acquisition cost is eligible for 100 percent. If the project management and the project staff are employed full time or part time, work equipment acquisition cost is attributed in proportion to the percentage distribution of remuneration these rules 15.10. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.9. transport costs (e.g., fuel, vehicle rental, purchase of transport services, the use of public transport) this rule 15.3. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.10. premises, facilities and equipment means the rent and lease costs that rule 15.3. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.11. maintenance and management costs (such as heating, electricity, management services, water supply) this rule 15.3. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.12. Office stationery, equipment and inventory costs (up to eur 213 per unit, if the lifetime is less than one year) 15.1 these rules 15.2 and 15.3, referred to the implementation of the activities supported; 17.2.13. communications services (e.g., internet, postal and telecommunications charges) this rule 15.1, 15.2, 15.3 and 15.4. referred to the implementation of the activities supported; 17.2.14. information and publicity costs according to the regulations on the procedures for European Union structural funds and the Cohesion Fund in the implementation of the 2014-2020 programming period provide a communications and visual identity requirements this provision 15.7. the activities supported referred; 17.2.15. training and professional development of the results of the assessment of the progress of the cost of this rule 15.4. eligible activities referred to in (a); 17.2.16. legislation on minimum health checks for the costs of health checks, vision correction for the compensation funds, health insurance project management and project implementation staff if health insurance is for the beneficiary's institution. If the project management and the project staff is employed in the normal working time, health insurance costs are eligible for 100 percent. If the project management and the project staff is employed part time, health insurance costs are not identifiable in a full time capacity. If the project management and the project personnel remuneration shall apply the principle of relevance, part-time health insurance costs be determined in proportion to the percentage distribution of remuneration. Health insurance costs are attributable only to the period when the project management and project personnel are employed in these rules 15.10. projects referred to the implementation of the activities supported; 17.2.17. depreciation expenses of the beneficiary or the partners-owned equipment that are used in this rule 15.3 and 15.10. referred to the implementation of the activities supported during project implementation. If this equipment is used not only this rule 15.3 and 15.10. eligible activities referred to in the implementation of the amortization expense is applied proportionately; 17.2.18. value added tax costs if they are not recoverable tax policy regulatory legislation, the rules laid down in point 15 of the activities supported in this implementation. 18. Specific aid shall be applied in the implementation of the indirect cost flat rate as one cost position to 15 percent from 17.1. these provisions referred to in subparagraph planned direct staff costs. 19. The provisions referred to in paragraph 16.3. unexpected costs in the project plan as one expense items and used for additional works or services which are not foreseeable circumstances, have become necessary in order to provide for the implementation of a project execution contracts, if the beneficiary carries out all the planning measures to avoid such expenses. Unexpected costs do not exceed two percent of the rules referred to in paragraph 16.1. direct costs, and it put the beneficiaries with the cooperation of the authority, subject to the agreement for the implementation of the project. 20. Leveraging the project management and project personnel on labour relations or civil service relations and providing for the compensation costs, the beneficiary will provide project management and project implementation staff working time records what functions and time worked. If the project management and the project staff in the institution performs is related not only to the project, but also through specific institutions operating or another financial instrument administration, part of the consideration for the cost of the project may be eligible for direct staff costs in proportion to the time during which the project is being conducted with the associated responsibilities. In this case, you need a project management and project implementation staff working time accounts, noting that costs from the European Social Fund are eligible as direct eligible costs, if the employee is employed at least 30 percent of the total capacity. 21. the cost of the project is eligible from the date of the agreement for the implementation of a project.

IV. Specific support and project implementation conditions 22. cooperation authority decision on the approval of the project application, approval or rejection of the terms adopted in the two months following the submission of the application, the project end date. 23. The limited application of the selection of projects project evaluation involves the application of two responsible authorities representatives, one representative of the State Chancellery, one representative of the Ministry of Justice and cooperation body, participating as observers, a representative of the managing authority. 24. Implementation of the project, the funding recipient: 24.1. 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; 24.2. in its tīmekļvietn the not less frequently than once every three months puts up-to-date information on the implementation of the project; 24.3. the European Social Fund project for the implementation of the necessary resources in terms of planning, the project is financed by the State budget and contributions to the authority in accordance with the regulations governing the European Union's structural and cohesion funds financing conditions; 24.4. at least three years after the end of the implementation of the project will ensure that all the equipment purchased under the project funds are the property of the beneficiary. 25. the amendments made to the project, according to the regulations on the procedures for European Union structural and cohesion funds in the participating institutions provide the planning document preparation and implementation of these funds in 2014 – 2020 programming period. 26. The specific aid projects implemented in accordance with the agreement, but not longer than until 2022 June 30. 27. cooperation authority have the right to unilaterally withdraw from the agreement in any of the following cases: 27.1. the beneficiary does not comply with the agreement for the implementation of the project, including non-compliance with the time limits set out in the project or have other circumstances occurred which negatively affects or may affect the specific aid objectives, outcome indicators and monitoring indicators; 27.2. in other cases provided for in the conditions of the agreement for the implementation of a project. 28. In order to monitor the implementation of specific support, the responsible authority shall establish a supervisory board, which includes the European Union's structural and cohesion funds in the participating institutions, the social partners and non-governmental organisations, competent or supervision falls under the small and medium business support, business environment ranking, corruption prevention and reduction of shadow economy. 29. the regulations of the Board of supervisors (supervisory rights, duties and personnel, on the basis of the institutions and bodies of the authority) approved by the Director of the State Chancellery. The Prime Minister is the Minister of Finance of Rashness Newsletters site – Interior Minister Richard Kozlovsk a