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Budgets of information and communication technologies of state administration

  • The figures shown in this study were taken with a general nature of the initial appropriations of the revised subsequently, by including the units within the scope of the report.

    It was also reflected in this study figures summary on the status of implementation of the budget T.I.C., like those of budgets have been revised by the units. In the implementation of the budget had been taken into account in addition to the sub-State and Social security, autonomous agencies, government agencies and agencies.

    All ministerial departments, Social security, the General directorate of budgets and the General Intervention of state administration, have greatly facilitated the realization of this study to provide support for the automatic processing of information.

    Ámbito

    • The state budget, sections corresponding to the Ministerial departments.
    • Social security budget (General treasury of Social security, National Institute of Social security - INSS, National Institute of Health Management – INGESA-, institute of Higher and social services – IMSERSO-, Instituto Social de la Marina – ISM- and Computer Management of Social security -GISS).
    • Budget of autonomous agencies and State Agencies of the General state administration.
    • Budgets of public agencies consolidables in the general state budget.

    The level of disaggregation of data relate to the different Budget Sections within the scope of the study. The Social security budget (Section 60) thus appears differential treatment in order to facilitate its follow-up with global nature, without taking account of the functional unit of its Entities.

    Definitions

    Chapter 1. Staff costs

    The figures shown in the study, relating to staff costs, QUEEN's last report, have been adapted to reflect adjustments in the general budget act.

    Chapter 2. Expenditure Flows in Goods and services

    For the assessment of the object of expenditure flows in goods and services in information and communication technologies have been used economic classification of claims relating to chapter 2 of the general state budget. The concepts and subconceptos considered and the nature of the same are as follows:

    • Article 20 Leases and royalties.
      • Concept 206 Teams. Leases for information
    • Article 21. Repairs, maintenance and conservation
      • Concept 216. Equipment for information processes
    • Article 22. Material, supplies and other
      • Concept 220 office equipment.
        • Subconcepto 02. Computer equipment not inventariable
      • Concept 221. Supplies.
        • Subconcepto 12. Supplies, electric and electronic communications
      • Communications concept 222.
        • Subconcepto 00 telecommunications services.
        • Subconcepto computer Communications 04.
        • Subconcepto 05. Plan Foreign network and Territorial
        • 15. Communications Subconcepto abroad
      • Concept 227. Work being undertaken by other companies and professionals

        • Subconcepto 82. Service computer

    In addition, have been considered only in the departments have indicated as ict, the concepts and subconceptos following:

    • Article 20 Leases and royalties.
      • Concept 208. Rental of other property, plant and equipment

      • Concept 209 Charges.
    • Article 21. Repairs, maintenance and conservation
      • Concept 218. Assets located abroad
      • Another concept 219 plant and equipment.
    • Article 22. Material, supplies and other
      • Concept 220 office equipment.
        • Subconcepto 22003. Add-Ons inventariables not enabled
        • Subconcepto 22015. Office equipment abroad
      • Communications concept 222.
        • Subconcepto 01. Postal and courier services (only in Sec. Social Council)
        • Other Subconcepto 99.
      • Concept 226 miscellaneous expenses.
        • Subconcepto 06 meetings and conferences.
      • Concept 227. Work being undertaken by other companies and professionals
        • Subconcepto 06. Studies and technical work
        • Subconcepto 15. Work being undertaken by other companies and professionals abroad
        • Other Subconcepto 99.

    Chapter 6 Real Investment.

    The figures for Real Investment in information and communication technologies are obtained from the annexes to real investment and Multiannual Programmes carried out an analysis of the various projects in order to identify those for the area of T.I.C.

    The diversity of codes of super project s including s investment project identified as belonging to the field of information systems and technology, as well as the significant number of project no aggregated equally belonging to this area which Reflected the estimates of expenditures in recent years, as required, mentioned above, to perform an analysis of each super project And project Contained In the annexes to real investment and multiannual programming in order to determine, according to their denomination, if your COMPUTER IS nature OR NOT.

    The non-uniform nature of different superproyectos using these codes over the general state budget limits the possibility of an automatic processing of information relating to receivables of chapter 6 the scope of the super project 8002 "General Proceedings of the department:" Computer Equipment.

    This manual treatment has an important exception that it should be noted and that it is up to the field of Social security. The Budget Appropriations and by economic categories covered in project budgets for Social security allows the identification of concepts (626 and 636) computer nature for the Chapter of Real Investment in its scope.

    Budget implementation

    Initial provision. Amount contained in the general state budget for the year.

    Final provision (net of non-availability). The Amount of credit contained to 31 december in the Accounting information system provided that the report does not exceed the obligations recognized, in which case they consider that the end is equivalent to the obligations recognized.

    Obligations recognized. The amount of obligations arising from an approved and committed and involved in the proposal to pay.

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