table of Contents
I. The main responsibilities of the department 2. The composition of the department's budget unit 3. The main tasks of the department 4. The general situation of budget revenue and expenditure 5. The general public budget appropriation 6. The government fund budget appropriation 7. The financial appropriation budget basic expenditure 8. 2. Expenditure of the “three public” funds of the general public budget 9. Explanation of other important matters 10. Appendix to term explanations: 2018 department budget table
The 2018 department budget was reviewed and approved by the Second Session of the Thirteenth National People's Congress of the City.
I. Main Department Responsibilities
The main responsibilities of the Shenzhen Office are:
(1) to report or contact the resident party and government organs on behalf of Sanming City in accordance with the authorization and entrustment of the Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government;
(2) Focus on strengthening communication with the relevant Shenzhen authorities, industry associations, provincial chambers of commerce, Shenzhen Chamber of Commerce in different places, and Shenzhen Sanming Chamber of Commerce for economic development;
(3) Collect targeted information on major political, economic, scientific, technological, educational, cultural, and talented people in the area, and provide references for the work of our city and various counties (cities, districts);
(4) Responsible for the liaison, organization and coordination of major economic activities in the city. According to the actual situation, accept the commission from the county (city, district) and municipal departments to assist in handling and solving the related affairs at the resident;
(5) Vigorously publicize and introduce Sanming, assist in organizing people from all walks of life to visit Sanming for sightseeing and sightseeing; assist enterprises to do well in the display of Ming goods and the promotion of local products;
(6) To do a good job of liaising and receiving Sanming workers in Shenzhen, to solve problems and solve problems, to be responsible for the guidance, coordination, and service of the Shenzhen Sanming Chamber of Commerce, to support the Chamber of Commerce in participating in the "return project" of the Chamber of Commerce, and to promote the healthy development of the Chamber of Commerce;
(7) To take the initiative to dock with the Provincial Office of the Shenzhen Office and accept the guidance, coordination and supervision of the Provincial Office of the Shenzhen Office in ideological and organizational construction and investment promotion.
(8) To undertake other tasks assigned by the Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government Office. Complete the tasks assigned by the relevant municipal departments.
Composition of departmental budget units
From the perspective of the composition of the budget unit, the department in Shenzhen Office includes an administrative department (section) of an organ, of which: the details of the units included in the scope of the 2018 department budget preparation are shown in the table below:
Nature of funding
Number of employees
Shenzhen Office of the People's Government of Sanming
Third, the main tasks of the department
In 2018, the main tasks of the Shenzhen Office are as follows: around Sanming's innovation and development, the economy maintains high-speed growth, and the industry moves towards the mid-to-high-end level. Seriously perform his duties, make full use of the role of bridges and ties outside the window, and focus on the following tasks:
(I) Do a good job in the docking of the Pearl River Delta industry transfer projects, strengthen communication with relevant private enterprises, industry associations, and chambers of commerce in Shenzhen, and further strengthen learning and exchanges with Shenzhen and Zhuhai Free Trade Zone.
(2) Strengthen the promotion of tourist destination products and provide information and referrals to our city and counties (cities, districts).
(3) Do a good job of the preliminary liaison and coordination services for major events held by our city and county (city, district) in Shenzhen.
Fourth, the overall budget revenue and expenditure
According to the principle of comprehensive budget, all income and expenditure of the department are included in the department budget management. In 2018, the revenue budget of the Shenzhen Office was 121,700 yuan, a decrease of 13,800 yuan over the previous year, mainly due to the retirement of incumbents. Among them: the general public budget appropriation of 41,300 yuan, the fund budget financial appropriation of 100,000 yuan, special financial account appropriation of 100,000 yuan, other income of 100,000 yuan, unit balance carry-over of 100,000 yuan of funds. The corresponding expenditure budget is 41,300 yuan, a decrease of 94,200 yuan over the previous year, of which: 100,000 yuan for personnel, 100,000 yuan for personal and family subsidies, 100,000 yuan for public expenditure, and 41,300 yuan for project expenditure.
V. General public budget appropriation
The general public budget appropriation expenditure for 2018 was 41,300 yuan, a decrease of 94,200 yuan from the previous year, mainly due to the retirement of incumbents. The main expenditure items (by item-level subjects) include:
(1) Administrative operating expenses (item-level subjects) 41,300 yuan. It is mainly used for special administrative expenses.
Note: For units without general public budget appropriation, please indicate “this unit ×× did not use the general public budget appropriation arrangement for the year”.
Expenditure of the government fund budget
The unit did not use the government fund budget appropriation arrangements in 2018.
7. Basic expenditures of fiscal appropriation budget
The basic fiscal appropriation for 2018 was 100,000 yuan, of which:
(1) Staffing expenses of 100,000 yuan, mainly including: basic wages, subsidies, bonuses, meal subsidies, performance wages, basic endowment insurance contributions for institutions and institutions, occupational annuity payments, other social security contributions, other wage and welfare expenditures, retirees Expenses, retirement expenses, pensions, living allowances, medical expenses, awards, housing provident fund, rent increase subsidies, house purchase subsidies, heating subsidies, property service subsidies, and other subsidies for individuals and families.
(2) Public funds of 100,000 yuan, mainly including: office expenses, printing expenses, consulting fees, handling fees, water, electricity, post and telecommunications fees, heating fees, property management fees, travel expenses, expenses for traveling abroad (border), maintenance (Protection) fee, rental fee, meeting fee, training fee, official reception fee, special material fee, labor fee, commissioned business fee, union fund, welfare fee, official vehicle operation and maintenance fee, other transportation cost, tax and additional cost, Other goods and services expenditures, office equipment purchases, special equipment purchases, information network and software purchase updates, and other capital expenditures.
Expenditure of the "three public" funds in the general public budget
(1) Expenses for going abroad (border) for business
The budget for 2018 is set at 100,000 yuan. It is mainly used for ××××××××××××× (brief description of the purpose of the group abroad). Compared with the previous year, expenditure decreased (increased) ××%, mainly due to: ××××××××. (Please indicate “No change from last year” without growth)
The budget for 2018 is set at 100,000 yuan. It is mainly used for reception activities such as ×××××××××××××. Compared with the previous year, expenditure decreased (increased) ××%, mainly due to: ××××××××. (Please indicate “No change from last year” without growth)
(3) Purchase and operation costs of official vehicles
Nine, other important matters
(1) Operational expenses
In 2018, the government operating expenses of the general public budget appropriation arrangements for the departments in Shenzhen Office (including public institutions that implement civil service management) were 0 million yuan.
(II) Government procurement
In 2018, the total government procurement budget of the Shenzhen Office was 100,000 yuan, of which: the government procurement service project procurement budget was 100,000 yuan.
(III) Occupation and use of state-owned assets
As of the end of 2017, there were 0 vehicles at this level and budget units of the Shenzhen Office, including: 0 vehicles for provincial and ministerial leaders, 0 vehicles for general business use, ×× vehicles for law enforcement duty, and special specialty Technical vehicles ××, other vehicles 0. Units with a unit value of 500,000 yuan or more are 0 (sets) and units with a unit value of 1 million yuan or more are 0 sets.
(IV) Setting of performance targets
In 2018, the Shenzhen Office set a total of 0 performance targets, involving 100,000 yuan in financial allocation funds.
1. Financial appropriation income: refers to the funds allocated by the fiscal year.
2. Business income: refers to the income obtained by public institutions from carrying out professional business activities and supporting activities.
3. Operating income: Refers to the income from non-independent accounting business activities carried out by public institutions in addition to professional business activities and auxiliary activities.
4. Other income: refers to income other than the above-mentioned "financial appropriation income", "business income", "operating income", etc. It is mainly income from house sales and interest income from deposits.
5. Use the fund to make up the balance of income and expenditure: refers to the use of the funds accumulated in previous years when the "financial appropriation income", "business income", "operating income", and "other income" of the public institution are not enough to arrange the current year's expenditure Utility funds (funds that are drawn according to national regulations after the current year's revenue and expenditures are offset by the government units and are used to make up the difference in revenues and expenditures in subsequent years) are funds that make up the current year's revenue and expenditure gap.
6. Carry-over and balance at the beginning of the year: refers to funds that have not been completed in previous years and carried over to the current year and continue to be used in accordance with relevant regulations.
7. Balance allocation: Refers to the employee welfare fund, business fund and income tax paid by the public institution in accordance with regulations, and the balance of capital construction completed projects that the construction unit shall return in accordance with regulations.
8. Carry-over and balance at the end of the year: This refers to funds that were budgeted for the current year or previous years and could not be implemented as originally planned due to changes in objective conditions. They must be postponed to future years in accordance with relevant regulations.
9. Basic expenditures: refers to personnel expenditures and public expenditures incurred to ensure the normal operation of the organization and complete daily tasks.
10. Project Expenditure: Expenditure incurred to complete specific administrative tasks and career development goals in addition to basic expenditures.
11. Operating Expenditure: refers to the expenditure incurred by a public institution in carrying out non-independent accounting business activities in addition to professional business activities and its auxiliary activities.
12. "Three public" funds: The "three public" funds included in the management of financial budgets and final accounts refer to the use of financial appropriations for overseas (boundary) expenses, official vehicle purchase and operation expenses, and official reception expenses. Among them, the expenses for business travel abroad (boundary) reflect the unit's business travel abroad (boundary) international travel expenses, foreign city transportation costs, accommodation costs, food costs, training costs, public miscellaneous expenses, etc .; official vehicle purchase and operation costs, refer to the unit Official vehicle purchase costs (including vehicle purchase tax, license fee) and fuel costs, maintenance costs, bridge and toll fees, insurance costs, safety reward costs, etc. Official vehicle vehicles refer to those reserved by the unit for performance after the reform. Official motor vehicles, including those for leading cadres, general official vehicles, and law enforcement duty vehicles, etc .; official reception fees reflect the various types of official reception (including foreign guest reception) expenditures incurred by the unit in accordance with regulations.
13. Agency operating expenses: To ensure that administrative units (including public institutions managed with reference to the Civil Service Law) operate the various funds used to purchase goods and services, including office and printing expenses, post and telecommunications expenses, travel expenses, conference expenses, welfare expenses, daily expenses Maintenance costs, special materials and general equipment purchase costs, office room water and electricity costs, office room heating costs, office room property management costs, official vehicle operation and maintenance costs, and other costs.