The Establishment Of Public Service Pricing Methodology

Original Language Title: Publisko pakalpojumu izcenojumu noteikšanas metodika

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 93 Riga, 5 March 2002 (pr. Nr. 10, § 2) public service pricing methodology of determination Issued under the law of public agencies 6. the second paragraph of article 1. establish a National Agency (hereinafter Agency) provides public service prices-setting methodology.
2. the Agency's public service pricing includes fees all costs incurred by the Agency, using the given country it function effectively to provide physical and legal person in charge of the public service.
3. determination of Pricing does not apply to the public service for which the fee provision is a specific duty (for example, a special permit (licence) issued) or for which a fee is prescribed by law or the Cabinet of Ministers regulations.
4. Public paid service pricing is determined using the following formula: = Tizm + Ipmp Nizm – – – – – – – – – – public charge Vsk Ipmp service charges;
Tizm = (B + S + C + D + E + F);
N = A x k changes;
Tizm — direct costs are those in charge of public service in the provision of the projected costs that make up the Agency's staff (staff Department) maintenance expenses, who plans to give the public a paid service, and capital expenditure, including depreciation of fixed assets;
(B) the Agency staff (employees), who plans to give the public a paid service. The planned remuneration consists of the number of employees involved in the process, they spent hours and wages (per year) that is planned in accordance with the legislation. The Agency's staff subject to the monthly base salary (pay) system;
S-State social security payments applicable in accordance with the level of contributions, which set out planned legislation for the financial year;
C-travel and business travel expenses for the plan only if it is made in direct connection with the public charge for service;
D-service payment, as well as materials, energy, water, and low inventories in the purchase plan, to ensure that the public fees for service;
E-payments for loans and credits associated with the public charge for service, plan, in accordance with the regulations;
(F) the amount of depreciation of fixed assets that are used in the fee for a service. If the public paid for a service you need to buy additional assets, expenditure shall include also planned asset depreciation amount;
Nizm: a indirect costs are the fees the public service costs, which form part of the Agency's administration costs;
A — expenditure of the administration are the costs that provide the overall performance of the Agency to the relevant employees can successfully provide a public charge;
k-factor (percentage) that describes the extent to which the Administration's spending plans to include the public service charges and fees in the public service of employees directly involved in the planned remuneration (per year) against the planned in all public services compensation of employees directly concerned (annual);
Vsk-planned public charge unit.
5. Public service charges are determined according to the projected cost estimates used for the provision of the public paid services.
6. in order to determine the public paid service pricing, the Government agency in charge of public services for each type of charge established in the public service according to the estimate of the specific sample (annex).
7. Public charge is a specific type of service, either, material, immaterial, intellectual — with the same high-quality results.
8. Public charge pricing costs classified them according to the approved budget of the Minister of Finance's economic classification of expenditure indicating economic expenditure classification code (Che-racial characters).
9. Public service charges are reviewed in the following cases: 9.1. amended legislation in relation to the relevant public service charges cost changes;
9.2. paid services have changed the pricing criteria (this provision set out in paragraph 4, the elements of the formula) and therefore the cost varies by 10% or more.
Prime Minister a. Smith financial Minister g. Smith Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions to 9 March 2002.

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