Some outstanding policies took effect in early October 2019

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Some outstanding policies took effect in early October 2019

SOME OTHER POPULAR POLICIES take effect IN OCTOBER

1. Guiding to formulate, appraise and promulgate economic-technical norms and methods of setting education and training service prices applicable in education and training

On August 30, 2019, the Minister of Education and Training issued Circular No. 14/2019 / TT-BGDDT guiding the formulation, evaluation and promulgation of economic-technical norms and methods of setting epidemic prices. Department of education and training applied in the field of education and training.

According to the Circular No. 14/2019 / TT-BGDĐT above, the content of economic-technical norms in the field of education includes: (i) labor norms, (ii) equipment norms and (iii) The norm of supplies is specified as follows:

(i) Labor norms = Direct labor norms (theoretical teaching; practical instruction, essay, dissertation, thesis ...) + Indirect labor norms (administrative costs reasonable; serviced ...);

In which, the indirect labor norm is calculated by the percentage of direct labor.

(ii) Equipment norms are calculated according to the following formula: Equipment norms = Initial equipment price level x Percentage of wear and tear in the prescribed regime;

(Being the value of depreciation / depreciation of fixed assets as prescribed by the Ministry of Finance).

(iii) Supplies norm: is the consumption level of raw materials, materials and fuel and is determined by type, quantity / volume.

Also in the Circular of the Ministry of Education and Training, the price of education and training services includes 05 components: (i) salary costs, (ii) materials costs, (iii) management costs, (iv) Depreciation / depreciation expense of fixed assets (accumulated investment) and (v) other fund costs.

This Circular takes effect from October 15, 2019 (Download the attached document)

2. New regulations on signing contracts in drug bidding

The Minister of Health has just promulgated Circular 15/2019 / TT-BYT regulating bidding for drugs at public health facilities.

Accordingly, before the time of signing the contract, the bid solicitor has the right to increase or decrease the maximum quantity not exceeding 10% of the quantity of drugs in the bidding plan but without changing the unit price or other conditions of the lake. bidding documents, bids.

The selected contractor must take measures to ensure contract performance before the effective date of the contract and the guaranteed value is specified in the bidding documents and request for proposals at the following levels:

- From 2% to 10% of the contract price;

- From 2% to 3% of the contract price (for small bidding packages).

The head of the health facility and the winning contractor are responsible for implementing the drug supply contract in accordance with regulations, must perform at least 80% of the value of each part of the signed contract, ...

The Circular takes effect from October 1, 2019 (Download the attached document).

3. Responsibility of the audited units to send financial statements, budget settlement reports to the State Audit Office

The State Auditor General has just issued Decision No. 03/2019 / QD-KTNN on the responsibility to send financial statements and budget statements to the State Audit Office of the audited units. Whereby:

- The budget-estimating units level I of the central budget shall send a report on the settlement of budget revenues and expenditures under its management to the SAV before October 1 of the following year.

- Provincial People's Committee:

+ Send local budget settlement reports to SAV before October 1 of the following year;

+ Send local budget settlement to SAV within 05 working days from the date on which the provincial People's Council approves;

- The Ministry of Finance sends the State budget settlement report to the SAV within 14 months after the end of the budget year.

- State enterprises, parent companies, state corporations holding dominant shares:

+ Ending the fiscal year, preparing and sending financial statements, reports on final settlement of budget revenues and expenditures under its management to the SAV within 90 days after the end of the annual accounting period;

+ In cases where there are other provisions on the time of compilation and issuance of financial statements, reports on final settlement of budget revenues and expenditures, they shall be sent to the SAV after the time of elaboration and issuance according to separate regulations.

Decision 03/2019 / QD-KTNN takes effect from October 31, 2019 (Download the attached document).

4. New guidelines on the use and wear duration for a number of specific assets under the management of the Ministry of Justice.

The Minister of Justice issues Decision 2402 / QD-BTP on the list, time of use, and the rate of wear and tear for assets that do not meet the recognition criteria as fixed assets (fixed assets), specific fixed assets and intangible under the management of the Ministry of Justice.

Accordingly, property in 01 of the following two cases shall be determined as an asset not qualified to identify as a fixed asset under the management of the Ministry of Justice:

- Assets (except houses, construction works and architectural objects) with a historical cost of between VND 5,000,000 and under VND 10,000,000 and a use period of 1 year or more;

-The property is perishable and fragile equipment with original price of VND 10,000,000 or more.

The list, use time and the rate of wear and tear on the assets that are not qualified to be recognized as fixed assets under the management of the Ministry of Justice are specified in Annexes 01 and 02 attached to this Decision.

This Decision takes effect from the date of signing, replacing Decision No. 1422 / QD-BTP July 1, 2016 (Download the attached document).


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