The State Agencies "agricultural Data Centre" Charter

Original Language Title: Valsts aģentūras "Lauksaimniecības datu centrs" nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 663 in Riga on august 3, 2004 (Mon. No 46 83) State Agency "agricultural data centre" Regulations Issued under the public law agency 8. the third paragraph of article i. General questions 1. State Agency "agricultural data centre" (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) is under the supervision of the Ministry of agriculture existing national regulatory authority. 2. the agency created to ensure uniform national livestock database of monitoring and control. II. functions of the Agency and uzdevumi3. The Agency shall have the following functions: 3.1. public administration function to provide the information needed to make the livestock sector according to the concerned regulatory laws; 3.2. implement national and international programs for livestock, buildings, farm animals, livestock breeding, and milk quotas. 3.3. introducing the country unified breeding system of information for monitoring milk and meat and livestock breeding value; 3.4. to inform the public about the laws governing livestock, livestock housing and animal keeper, as well as breeding and milk quotas. 4. the Agency shall have the following tasks: 4.1 maintain a database and archive of the herds, accommodation, farm animals and agricultural animal; 4.2. to ensure that the characteristics of the herd livestock and livestock holding register updating and event logging; 4.3. provide individual identity number for marking animals; 4.4. providing individual animal identification (ear) supply and service; 4.5. to prepare and issue the identification document provided for the animals (bovine, equine passport passport); 4.6 keep breeding and monitoring information database and archive. 4.7. to administer and handle livestock performance and monitoring data in accordance with the regulations; 4.8. ensuring regulations laid down in animal production and breeding of individuals involved with the Agency registers the existing information and ciltsdokumentācij; 4.9. maintain informational system for the milk producers and milk quotas; 4.10. to administer and maintain the milk quota information database and archive, event logging; 4.11. administer and register the business with milk quotas, and to monitor the implementation of milk quotas; 4.12. According to competence to prepare and submit to the European Commission reports on milk quotas and a register of animals; 4.13 according to competence to prepare and provide information for other national registers and databases, State aid and aid from the European Union, as well as the integrated administration and control system; 4.14. According to the competency law in order to give the Department of Agriculture, its institutions, State and local government institutions, international organizations, other natural and legal persons the information available to the Agency; 4.15. According to competence, cooperating with the countries of the European Union institutions, national and municipal institutions, non-governmental organizations, natural and legal persons; 4.16. to represent the national interest in the field of animal farming international monitoring of the animals Committee (ICAR), international breeding bull evaluation service (Interbull) and other organisations; 4. to develop and submit to the Ministry of agriculture and other State institutions proposals to improve legislation in the livestock farming sector; 4.18. ensure the created registry and database development in accordance with the relevant legislative requirements; 4.19. make and distribute agricultural and zootechnical computer programs, forms and other documentation; 4.20. prepare and distribute agricultural and zootechnical information.
5. the Agency shall have the following rights: 5.1 according to the competence to request and receive from State and local government institutions, as well as from natural and legal persons in the Agency's functions and tasks, the necessary information; 5.2. publish informational materials and provide information to the media on the Agency's competence issues; 5.3. invite experts to carry out the Agency's operational tasks; 5.4. According to the Minister of Agriculture approved pricing public services charge for public services rendered by the Agency; 5.5. to provide natural and legal persons charged with breeding, livestock, animal and milk quotas in related fields, as well as training and advisory services; 5.6. to receive donations, donations and foreign financial assistance; 5.7. The public agency in accordance with the procedure laid down in the law to deal with the existing property in the possession of the Agency; 5.8. in accordance with the competence to organise conferences, seminars, courses and other training, organize exhibitions and other events; 5.9. in accordance with the competency to participate in fairs and international events; 5.10. to collaborate with other industry professionals, professional associations and associations of foreign countries and international institutions, as well as to ensure the exchange of information in the field of operation of the Agency.
III. Agency governance 6. The work of the agency headed by the Director of the Agency. The Agency's Director shall make public administration facilities Act direct authorities managerial functions. The Director of the Agency's responsibilities to the public agency certainly Act, in these rules, the Agency's management contract and labour contract. The Director recruiting and dismissal of the Minister of agriculture. 7. the Director of the Agency may be alternate. 8. the Agency shall have the right to build the units specified in these provisions for the exercise of its functions. Its departments establish and their competence is determined by the Director of the Agency. 9. the Agency's activities shall be appointed by the Minister of Agriculture Ministry civil servant. These executive agencies under public statutory officers of the competence monitor the activities of the Agency and shall inform the Minister of agriculture.
IV. the Agency's property and financial assets of 10. The Agency's financial resources shall consist of: 10.1 Government grants from the general revenue; 10.2. revenue for paid services rendered by the Agency; 10.3. foreign financial assistance; 10.4. donations and gifts.
11. the Agency shall act on the budget and financial management in the order with the permission of the Minister of Finance has the right to take loans and to enter into leasing contracts. Prior authorization of the Minister of finance transactions that the documentation prepared by the Agency to coordinate with the Ministry of agriculture. 12. the Agency's property consists in the purchase of the Agency and its possession of the property transferred.
V. activities of the Agency in ensuring the rule of law and the reporting procedure 13. Agency staff decisions and actual action may be challenged, submitting the application the Agency Director. 14. The Director of the Agency to succeed administrative provisions and actual action may be challenged in the Ministry of agriculture. The Ministry of agriculture, may appeal to the Court. 15. the report on the Agency's functions and the use of agency management in accordance with the procedure laid down in the Treaty and within the time limit.
Vi. reorganization and liquidation of the Agency 16. If the Agency is liquidated or reorganized, draw up the Agency's closing balance determines the value of the assets and liabilities, as well as property and liabilities. 17. If the Agency is liquidated or reorganized, the Agency's Director is responsible for the preservation and transfer of the archive it related or successor to the State Archives of Latvia legislation.
VII. final question 18. Regulations shall enter into force by 1 November 2004.
Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 1 November 2004.