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ANNEX I

Repealed Regulations (referred to in Article 48)

Council Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 (OJ L 50, 25.2.2003, p. 1)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 1560/2003 only Articles 11(1), 13, 14 and 17

(OJ L 222, 5.9.2003, p. 3)

* 604/2013 (adapted)

ANNEX II

Correlation table

Regulation (EC) No 343/2003This Regulation
Article 1Article 1
Article 2(a)Article 2(a)
Article 2(b)
Article 2(c)Article 2(b)
Article 2(d)Article 2(c)
Article 2(e)Article 2(d)
Article 2(f)Article 2(e)
Article 2(g)Article 2(f)
Article 2(h)
Article 2(i)
Article 2(h)Article 2(j)
Article 2(i)Article 2(g)
Article 2(k)
Article 2(j) and (k)Article 2(l) and (m)
Article 2(n)
Article 3(1)Article 3(1)
Article 3(2)Article 17(1)
Article 3(3)Article 3(3)
Article 3(4)
Article 4(1), introductory wording
Article 4(1)(a) to (f)
Article 4(2) and (3)
Article 4(1) to (5)Article 20(1) to (5)
Article 20(5), third subparagraph
Article 5
Article 6
Article 5(1)Article 7(1)
Article 5(2)Article 7(2)
Article 7(3)
Article 6, first paragraphArticle 8(1)
Article 8(3)
Article 6, second paragraphArticle 8(4)
Article 7Article 9
Article 8Article 10
Article 9Article 12
Article 10Article 13
Article 11Article 14
Article 12Article 15
Article 16
Article 3(2)
Article 13
Article 14Article 11
Article 15(1)
Article 17(2), first subparagraph
Article 15(2)Article 16(1)
Article 15(3)Article 8(2)
Article 15(4)
Article 17(2), fourth subparagraph
Article 15(5)
Articles 8(5) and (6) and Article 16(2)
Article 16(1)(a)Article 18(1)(a)
Article 16(1)(b)Article 18(2)
Article 16(1)(c)Article 18(1)(b)
Article 16(1)(d)Article 18(1)(c)
Article 16(1)(e)Article 18(1)(d)
Article 16(2)Article 19(1)
Article 16(3)
Article 19(2), first subparagraph

Article 19(2), second subparagraph

Article 16(4)Article 19(3)
Article 19(3), second
Article 17Article 21
Article 18Article 22
Article 19(1)Article 26(1)
Article 19(2)
Article 26(2) and Article 27(1)
Article 27(2) to (6)
Article 19(3)Article 29(1)
Article 19(4)Article 29(2)
Article 29(3)
Article 19(5)Article 29(4)
Article 20(1), introductoryArticle 23(1)
wording

Article 20(1)(a)

Article 20(1)(b)

Article 20(1)(c)

Article 23(2) Article 23(3)

Article 23(4)

Article 23(5), first subparagraph Article 24 Article 25(1)

Article 25(2)

Article 20(1)(d) Article 20(1)(e)

Article 20(2) Article 20(3)

Article 29(1), first subparagraph

Article

), Article

Article 29(1), second and third

subpar agraphs

Article 29(2)

Article 23(5), second subparagraph

Article 20(4)Article 29(4)
Article 28
Article 30
Article 31
Article 32
Article 33
Article 21(1) to (9)Article 34(1) to (9), first to third
Article 34(9), fourth subparagraph
Article 21(10) to (12)Article 34(10) to (12)
Article 22(1)Article 35(1)
Article 35(2)
Article 35(3)
Article 22(2)Article 35(4)
Article 23Article 36
Article 37
Article 40
Article 24(1)
Article 24(2)Article 41
Article 24(3)
Article 25(1)Article 42
Article 25(2)
Article 26Article 43
Article 27(1), (2)Article 44(1), (2)
Article 27(3)
Article 45
Article 28Article 46
Article 47
Article 48
Article 29Article 49

Regulation (EC) No 1560/2003

Article 11(1)

Article 13(1) Article 13(2) Article 13(3)

Article 13(4)

Article 14 Article 17(1)

Article 17(2)

Article Article Article

This Regulation

), first subparagraph

), second subparagraph

), third subparagraph

Article 17(2), first subparagraph

Article 37

Articles 9,

), first

subparagraph Article 34(3)


ANNEX I Formula for the reference key pursuant to Article 35 of the Regulation:

_ Population^

Population effectMS_FOpUlati0,lEU2535

GDP effectMS= GDFEU2536

ShareMS = 50% Population effectMS + 50% GDP effectMS

35

For three Member States, participation depends on the exercise of rights as set out in the relevant

Protocols and other instruments.

For three Member States, participation depends on the exercise of rights as set out in the relevant

36

ANNEX II

Correlation Table

Regulation (EU) No 604/2013This Regulation
Article 1Article 1
Article 2, introductory wordingArticle 2, introductory wording
Article 2(a) to (n)Article 2(a) to (n)
-Article 2(o), (p), (q) and (r)
Article 3(1) and(2)Article 3(1) and (2)
Article 3(3)-
-Article 3(3),(4) and (5)
-Articles 4 and 5
Article 4(1), introductory wordingArticle 6(1), introductory wording
-Article 6(1)(a)
Article 4(1)(a)Article 6(1)(b)
Article 4(1)(b)Article 6(1)(c)
Article 4(1)(c)Article 6(1)(d)
Article 4(1)(d)Article 6(1)(e)
Article 4(1)(e)Article 6(1)(f)
-Article 6(1)(g)
Article 4(1)(f)Article 6(1)(h)
-Article 6(1)(i)
Article 4(2) and(3)Article 6(2) and (3)
Article 5(1)Article 7(1)
Article 5(2)-
Article 5(3)Article 7(2)
Article 5(4)Article 7(3)
Article 5(5)Article 7(4)

Aricle 5(6)

Article 6(1), (2) and (3)

-

Article 6(4)

Article 6(5)

Article 7(1) and (2)

Article 7(3)

-

Article 8(1)

Article 8(2)

Article 8(3)

Article 8(4)

Article 8(5)

Article 8(6)

Article 9

Article 10

Article 11

Article 12(1), (2) and (3)

Article 12(4)

Article 12(5)

Article 13(1)

Article 13(2)

Article 14(1)

Article 14(2)

Article 15

Article 16

Article 17

Article 7(5)

Article 8(1), (2) and (3)

Article 8(4)

Article 8(5)

Article 8(6)

Article 9(1) and (2)

-

Article 10(1)

Article 10(2)

Article 10(3)

Article 10(4)

Article 10(5)

Article 10(6)

Article 10(7)

Article 11

Article 12

Article 13

Article 14(1), (2) and (3)

-

Article 14(4)

Article 15

-

Article 16

-

Article 17

Article 18

Article 19

Article 18(1), introductory wording Article 18(1)(a) to (d)

Article 18(2)

Article 19

Article 20(1), (2), (3) and (4)

Article 20(5), first subparagraph

Article 20(5), second and third subparagraphs

Article 21(1) Article 21(2) Article 21(3) Article 22(1) -

Article 22(2) Article 22(3) Article 22(4) Article 22(5) Article 22(6) Article 22(7) Article 23(1) Article 23(2) Article 23(3) Article 23(4)

Article 20(1), introductory wording

Article 20(1)(a) to (d)

Article 20(e)

Article 20(2), (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7)

Article 21(1), (2), (3) and (4)

Article 21(5), first subparagraph

-

Article 22

Article 23

Article 24(1)

-

Article 24(2)

Article 25(1)

Article 25(2)

Article 25(3)

Article 25(4)

Article 25(5)

Article 25(6)

-

Article 25(7)

Article 26(1)

Article 26(2) Article 26(3)

Article 24

Article 25

Article 26(1)

-

Article 26(3)

Article 27(1), (2) and (3)

Article 27(4)

Article 27(5) Article 27(6) Article 28 Article 29(1) Article 29(2) Article 29(3) Article 29(4) Article 30 Article 31 Article 32 Article 33

Article 26(4)

Article 27(1) and (3)

Article 27(2)

Article 27(4)

Article 28(1), (2) and (3)

-

Article 28(4)

Article 28(5)

Article 28(6)

Article 28(7)

Article 29

Article 30(1)

-

Article 30(2)

Article 30(3)

Article 31

Article 32

Article 33

-

Article 34

Article 35

Article 36

Article 37

Article 38

Article 39

Article 34(1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7)

Article 34(8)

Article 34(9)

Article 34(10)

Article 34(11)

Article 34(12)

Article 35

Article 36(1) and (2)

Article 36(3)

Article 36(4)

Article 36(5)

-

Article 37

Article 38(1) first subparagraph

Article 38(1), second subparagraph

Article 39 Article 40 Article 41

Article 40 Article 41 Article 42 Article 43 Article 44 Article 45 Article 46(1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7)

Article 46(8)

Article 47

Article 48(1) and (2)

Article 49

-

Article 50(1)

-

Article 50(2)

Article 50(3)

Article 51

Article 52

Article 53, first subparagraph

Article 53, second subparagraph

Article 42

Article 43

Article 44

Article 45(1), (2) and (3)

-

Article 45(4)

Article 45(5)

Article 46

Article 47

-

Article 48

Article 49

Annex I

Annex II

Article 54

Article 55

Article 56

Article 57(1), (2) and (3)

Article 57(4)

Article 57(5)

Article 57(6)

Article 58

Article 59

Article 59(2)

Article 60

Article 61

Annex I Annex II

LEGISLATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENT

1. FRAMEWORK OF THE PROPOSAL/INITIATIVE

Title of the proposal/initiative

Proposal for Regulation establishing the criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible for examining an application for international protection lodged in one of the Member States by a third-country national or a stateless person (recast)

Policy area(s) concerned in the ABM/ABB structure37

18 – Migration and Home Affairs

Nature of the proposal/ini tiat ive

D The proposal/initiative relates to a new action

CI        The proposal/initiative relates to a        new action following a pilot

project/preparatory action38

» The proposal/initiative relates to the extension of an existing action

CI The proposal/initiative relates to an action redirected towards a new action

Objective(s)

The Commissions multiannual strategic objective(s) targeted by the proposal/initiative

Commission

In the European Agenda on Migration (COM(2015)240 final) the announced that it will evaluate the Dublin system and determine whether a revision of the legal parameters of Dublin will be needed to achieve a fairer distribution of asylum seekers in Europe.

The crisis has exposed significant structural weaknesses and shortcomings in the design and implementation of European asylum and migration policy, including the Dublin system which was not designed to ensure a sustainable sharing of responsibility for asylum applicants across the EU. As noted in the conclusions of the

European Council of 18-19 February 2016

and those of

17-18 March 2016,

it is time

for progress to be made in reforming the

EU's

existing framework so as to ensure a

humane and efficient asylum policy.

On 6 April 2016 in its Communication "Towards a reform of the Common European Asylum System and enhancing legal avenues to Europe" (COM(2016) 197 final), the Commission considered it a priority to establish a sustainable and fair system for determining the Member State responsible for asylum seekers ensuring a high degree of solidarity and a fair sharing of responsibility between Member States through a fair allocation of asylum seekers. It committed to proposing to amend the Dublin Regulation by either streamlining and supplementing it with a corrective fairness mechanism or moving to a new system based on a distribution key.

A fair allocation of asylum seekers would significantly change the current financial landscape and suppport should be provided for developing the reception capacity,

37 38

ABM: activity-based management; ABB: activity-based budgeting.


both infrastructure and running costs, especially in those Member States which did not have to deal with a high number of asylum seekers up so far.



Specific objective(s) and ABM/ABB activity(ies) concerned

Specific objective No

1.3: Enhance protection and solidarity

ABM/ABB activity(ies) concerned

18.03 – Asylum and Migration

To enhance efficiency and effectiveness of the system for determining the Member State reponsible for examining an application for international protection lodged in a Member State by a third country national .

To enhance solidarity and responsibility-sharing between the Member States.

Expected result(s) and impact

Specify the effects which the proposal/initiative should have on the b eneficiaries/groups targeted.

Member States and the European Union as a whole will benefit from improving an efficiency and effectiveness of the streamlined Dublin Regulation, operational also in cases of high influx of third country nationals. Member States with a disproportionate number of applications for which they would be responsible will benefit from a corrective allocation mechanism, which will relieve the particular pressure they are subject to and enable them to deal with the backlog of applications.

Applicants for international protection will benefit from more efficient and faster system of determining a responsible Member State, which will enable quicker access to an asylum procedure and the examination of an application in substance by a single, clearly determined, Member State.

It is expected that reception capacity would be increased, in particular in those Member States which did not yet need to deal with a high number of asylum seekers. Also, Member States would be supported to provide food and basic assistance to the transferred asylum seekers.

Indicators of results and impact

Specify the indicators for monitoring implementation of the proposal/initiative.

Set up and functioning of the automated system within 6 months since entry into force of this Regulation.

Number of transfers of applicants for international protection.

Number of reception places partly supported under the additional funding to be allocated to the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) for the implementation of this proposal in the period 2017-2020.

Number of transferred asylum seekers provided with assistance each year under the additional funding to be allocated to the AMIF for the implementation of this proposal .

Grounds for the proposal/i n it iativ e

Requirement(s) to be met in the short or long term The proposal aims to:

• enhance the Dublin system s capacity to determine efficiently and effectively a member state responsible for examining the application for international protection by streamlining the criteria and mechanisms for determination of Member State responsible;

• contribute to preventing secondary movements within the EU, including by discouraging abuses and asylum shopping;

• ensure a high degree of solidarity and fair sharing of responsibility by providing for a corrective allocation mechanism activated in cases where any Member State receives a disproportionate number of applications for examination of which it would be responsible.

Added value of EU involvement


The establishment of criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible for examining an application for international protection lodged in one of the Member States by a third-country national or a stateless person cannot be achieved by the Member States acting on their own and can only be achieved at Union level.

The added value of this proposal is streamlining and enhancing effectiveness of the current Dublin Regulation and providing for a corrective fairness mechanism that is applied during a period of disproportionate pressure on a Member State for its benefit.

Lessons

learned from similar experiences in the past

The Commission evaluation has concluded that the current Dublin system is not satisfactory. This requires a number of changes aimed at streamlining it and making it more efficient.

The Dublin system was not designed as an instrument for solidarity and sharing of responsibility. The migration crisis exposed this deficiency, which calls for inclusion of a corrective allocation system in the proposal.

Compatibility and possible synergy with other appropriate

instruments

1. Transfer costs:

Under the present proposal, the Member State carrying out the transfer to the Member State of allocation is entitled to receive a lump sum of EUR 500 for each person transferred, which should be implemented under AMIF shared management.

AMIF already foresees the possibility of transfer of applicants for international protection as part of the national programme of each Member State on a voluntary basis (Article 7 and Article 18 of Regulation (EU) No. 516/2014).

Under Council Decisions (2015/1523 and 2015/1601), establishing provisional measures in the area of international protection for the benefit of Italy and of Greece, 160 000 third country nationals should be transferred by 26 September 2017. This proposal does not affect the implementation of those decisions.

Appropriate mechanisms will be established to enhance the synergies and avoid any overlaps between the new proposal and the already existing instruments.

2. Establishment and technical maintainance of automated IT system for allocation of asylum seekers:

The European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice (eu-LISA) shall be responsible for the preparation, development and the operational management of the automated IT system for the allocation of the asylum seekers.

3. Increase in the reception capacity:

To support the implementation of this Regulation, additional reception capacity would be needed, in particular in those Member States which did not have to deal with a high number of asylum seekers up so far.

4. Provision of food and basic services to the transferred asylum seekers:

To support the implementation of this Regulation, support would be needed for the provision of food and basic services to the transferred asylum seekers.

Duration and financial impact D Proposal/initiative of limited duration

D             Proposal/initiative in effect from [DD/MM]YYYY to [DD/MM]YYYY

D               Financial impact from 2016 to 2020 ^ Proposal/initiative of unlimited duration

Implementation with a start-up period from 2017 to 2020,

followed by full-scale operation.

Management mode(s) planned D Direct management by the Commission

IZI by its departments, including by its staff in the Union delegations;

D

by the executive agencies /Shared managem e nt with t he Member States ■» Indirect management by entrust ing budget implementation tasks to:


IZI third countries or the bodies they have designated;

IZI international organisations and their agencies (to be specified);

Dthe EIB and the European I nvest m ent Fund;

^bodies referred to in Articles 208 and 209 of the Financial Regulation;

D public law bodies;

IZI bodies governed by private law with a public service mission to the extent that they provide adequate financial guarantees;

IZI bodies governed by the private law of a Member State that are entrusted with the implementation of a public-private partnership and that provide adequate f inancial guarantees;

IZI persons entrusted with the implementation of specific actions in the CFSP pursuant to Title V of the TEU, and identified in the relevant basic act.

If more than one management mode is indicated, please provide details in the

‘Comments’ section.

Comments

The transfers and support to reception capacity and running costs will be covered under AMIF shared management.

The establishment and technical maintainance of the IT system will be entrusted to eu-LISA (indirect management) and the related costs are covered under this proposal.

MANAGEMENT MEASURES Monitoring and reporting rules

Specify frequency and conditions.


By two years after entry into force of the Regulation, the Commission should report to the European Parliament and to the Council on the application of this Regulation and, where appropriate, should propose the necessary amendments. Member States should forward to the Commission all information appropriate for the preparation of that report, at the latest six months before that time limit expires.

After having submitted that report, the Commission shall report to the European Parliament and to the Council on the application of this Regulation at the same time as it submits reports on the implementation of the Eurodac system provided for by (Article 40 of Regulation (EU) No 603/2013).

For shared management, a coherent and efficient reporting, monitoring and evaluation framework is in place. For each national programme, Member States are required to set up a Monitoring Committee to which the Commission may participate in advisory capacity.

On an annual basis Member States will report on the implementation of the multiannual programme. These reports are a precondition for annual payments in the framework of the clearance of accounts procedure, set out in Regulation (EU) No.

514/2014.

By 30 June 2018, in accordance with Aarticle 57(2) of Regulation (EU)     No

514/2014, the Commission will present an interim evaluation report on     the

implementation of the AMIF, which will also include the implementation of   the financial resources made available by this Regulation.

Moreover, the Commission will submit an ex-post evaluation report by 30 June 2024, covering the impact of the implementation of AMIF on the development of the area of freedom, security and justice, inlcuding on the Common European Asylum System.

For the establ ishem nt and technical maintainance of the IT system (indirect management), eu-LISA will report regularly on the progress made. The Agency is subject to regular monitoring and reporting requirments. The Management Board of the Agency shall before 31 March each year, adopt a consolidated annual activity of the Agency for the previous year and forward it by 15 June at the latest to the European Parliament, the Council, the Commission, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Court of Auditors. This report shall be made public. Every three years, the Commission shall conduct an evaluation in accordance with the evaluation criteria of the Commission guidelines to assess particularly the impact,

effectiveness and efficiency of the Agency’s performance and its working practices

in relation to its objectives, mandate and tasks. The evaluation shall, in particular, address the possible need to modify the mandate of the Agency, and the financial implications of any such modification.

Management and control system

Risk(s) identified

DG HOME has not been facing im portant risks of errors in its spending programmes. This is confirmed by the recurrent absence of significant findings in the annual reports of the Court of Auditors as well as by the absence of residual error rate above 2% i n the past years in DG HOME annual activity reports.

The management and control system follows the general requirements set in the Common Strategic Framework Funds and fully complies with the requirements of the Financial Regulation.

Multi-annual programming coupled with annual clearance based on the payments made by the Responsible Authority aligns the eligibility periods with the annual accounts of the Commission.

On the spot checks will be carried out as part of the 1st level controls, i.e. by the Responsible Authority and will support its annual management declaration of assurance.

The use of lump sums (simplified cost option) for the transfers shall further reduce mistakes made by the responsible authorities when implementing this proposal.

Information

concerning the internal control system set up

In addition to the application of all regulatory control mechanisms, DG HOME will apply its antifraud strategy, which was adopted on 9 April 2013. This strategy was developed following the Commissions new anti-fraud strategy (CAFS) adopted on 24 June 201 1, therefore it ensures inter alia that internal anti-fraud related controls are fully aligned with the CAFS and that its fraud risk management approach is geared to identify fraud risk areas and adequate responses.

Also, DG HOME has adopted on 4 Nove m b er 2015 an Aud it Strategy for the share d management part of AMIF and the Internal Security Fund (ISF). A Control Strategy for AMIF/ISF shared management is currently being developed by DG HOME. This strategy will include all controls needed for the management of the national programmes under AMI F and ISF.

Estimate of the costs and benefits of the controls and

assessment of the expected level of risk of error

control costs and very low error risk.

Negligeable

Measures to prevent fraud and irregularities

Specify existing or envisaged prevention and protection measures.

As regards shared management, Member States are obliged, in accordance with Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No. 514/2014, to put in place fraud prevention measures which are effective and proportionate to the identified fraud risks.

As regards indirect management, the measures foreseen to combat fraud are laid down in Article 35 of Regulation (EU) 1077/2011 which pro vides as f ol lo ws:

1. In order to combat fraud, corruption and other unlawful activities, Regulation (EC) No 1073/1999 shall apply.

2. The Agency shall accede to the Interinsti tutional Agreement concerning internal investigations by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and shall issue, without delay, the appropriate provisions applicable to all the employees of the Agency.

3. The decisions concerning funding and the implementing agreements and instruments resulting from them shall explicitly stipulate that the Court of Auditors and OLAF may carry out, if necessary, on-the-spot checks among the recipients of the Agency s funding and the agents responsible for allocating it.

In accordance with this provision, the decision of the Management Board of the European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice concerning the terms and conditions for internal investigations in relation to the prevention of fraud, corruption and any illegal activity detrimental to the Union's interests was adopted on 28 June 2012.

Also, the Commission's anti-fraud strategy will apply.

ESTIMATEDFINANCIALIMPACTOFTHEPROPOSAL/INITIATIVE

Heading(s) of the multiannual financial framework and expenditure budget line(s)

affected

Existing budget lines

In order of multiannual financial framework headings and budget lines.

Heading of multiannual

financial framework
Budget lineType of expenditureContribution
3 Security and citizenshipDiff./Non-diff.39from

EFTA

countrie 40 s
from candidat

e countrie 41 s
from

third

countrie

s
within the meaning of Article 21(2) (b) of the Financial Regulation
18.030101- Strengthening and developing the common European asylum system and enhancing solidarity and responsibility-sharing between the Member StatesDiff.NONOYES*YES
18.0207- European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justiceDiff.NONOYES*NO

* possible contribution from the Schengen Associated Countries if these would participate in the new Dublin system

39 40

Diff. = Differentiated appropriations / Non-diff. = Non-differentiated appropriations. EFTA: European Free Trade Association.


4

Estimated impact on expenditure

Summary of estimated impact on expenditure

Heading of multiannual financial framework

Number

3 Security and citizenship

EUR million (to three decimal places)

COMMISSIONYear

2017
Year

2018
Year

2019
Year

2020
Subsequent yearsTOTAL
•Operational appropriations
Commitments (1)4454604604601825
Number of budget line 18.030101Payments(2)33,3261,35457,354606131825
Number of budget line 18.0207Commitments(1a)1,7500,9830,1350,7353,603
Payments(2a)1,7500,9830,1350,7353,603
Appropriations of an administrative nature financed from the envelope of specific programmes42
Number of budget line(3)
TOTAL appropriations for COMMISSIONCommitments=1+1a +3446,75460,983460,135460,7351828,603
Payments=2 + 2a

+3
35,05262,333457,485460.7356131828,603
Commitments=4+ 6446,75460,983460,135460,7351828,603
TOTAL appropriations under HEADING 3Payments=5+ 635,05262,333457,485460.7356131828,603

42

Technical and/or administrative assistance and expenditure in support of the implementation of EU programmes and/or actions (former ‘BA’ lines), indirect research, direct research.

EN

105

EN

of the multiannual financial framework

If more than

one heading is affected by the proposal

/ initiative:

Commitments(4)
TOTAL operational appropriationsPayments(5)
TOTAL appropriations of an administrative nature financed from the envelope for specific programmes
(6)
TOTAL appropriations under HEADINGS 1 to 4

of the multiannual financial framework (Reference amount)
Commitments=4+ 6446,75460,983460,135460,7351828,603
Payments=5+ 635,05262,333457,485460.7356131828,603

EN

106

EN

Heading of multiannual financial framework5‘Administrative expenditure’

EUR million (to

decimal places)

Year

2017

Year

2018

Year

2019

Year

2020

Enter as many years as

necessary to show the duration

of the impact (see point 1.6)

TOTAL

COMMISSION
Human resources
0,5360,5360,5360,5362,144
Other administrative expenditure
0,060,060,030,030,18
TOTALAppropriations0,5960,5960,5660,5662,324

TOTAL appropriations under HEADING 5

of the multiannual financial framework

commitments

(Total

Total payments)

0,596

0,596

0,566

0,566

2,324

EUR million (to

decimal places)

Year

2017
Year

2018
Year

2019
Year

2020
Subsequent yearsTOTAL
TOTAL appropriations under HEADINGS 1 to 5

of the multiannual financial framework
Commitments447,346461,579460,701461,3011830,927
Payments35,646262,929458,051460735,5 666131830,927

EN

107

EN

Esti mated impact on operational appropriations

YA            The proposal/initiative does not require the use of operational appropriations

El            The proposal/initiative requires the use of operational appropriations, as explained below:

Commitment

appropriations in

EUR

(to three decimal places)

IndicateYear

2017
Year

2018
Year

2019
Year

2020
Year

2021
TOTAL
objectives and outp uts

4>
OUTPUTS
Type 43Avera

ge

cost
CostCostCostCostCostCostCostTotal NoTotal cost
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE No 144
- Output
IT system

and mainte nance
n/a11,75010,98310,13510,7353,603
- Output
Transf

ers
0,000 5150 00075200 00010020000 0100200000100375
- Output
Recept

ion places
0,002500 00100100

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Outputs are products and services to be supplied (e.g.: number of student exchanges financed, number of km of roads built, etc.). As described in point 1.4.2. ‘Specific objective(s)…’

EN

108

EN


million

- Output
Runnin g costs0,001 8150 000270200 00036020000 03602000003601350
TOTAL COST446,75460,9 83460,13 5460,73 51828,603

EN

109

EN

Estimated impact on appropriations of an administrative nature

Summary

IZI                The proposal/initiative does not require the use of appropriations of an administrative nature

S               The proposal/initiative requires the use of appropriations of an administrative nature, as explained below:

EUR million (to three decimal places)

Year

2017

Year

2018

Year

2019

Year

2020

Enter as many years as necessary to show the duration of the impact (see point 1.6)

TOTAL

HEADING 5

of the multiannual

financial framework
Human resources0,536
Other administrative expenditure0,06
Subtotal HEADING 5

of the multiannual

financial framework
0,596
0,5360,536
0,060,03
0,5960,566

0,536

0,03

2,144

0,18

0,566

2,324

Outside HEADING 5 of the multiannual financial framework

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Human

resources

Other expenditure of an administrative nature

Subtotal outside HEADING 5

of the multiannual financial framework

TOTAL

0,596

0,596

0,566

0,566

2,324

The appropriations required for human resources and other expenditure of an administrative nature will be met by appropriations from the DG that are already assigned to management of the action and/or have been redeployed within the DG, together if necessary with any additional allocation which may be granted to the managing DG under the annual allocation            procedure            and            in            the            light            of            budgetary             constraints.

Technical and/or administrative assistance and expenditure in support of the implementation

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of

1.1.1.1. Estimated requirements of human resources

IZI                The proposal/initiative does not require the use of human resources.

V               The proposal/initiative

requires the use of human resources, as

explained below:

Estimate

to be expressed in full time equivalent units

Year

2017
Year

2018
Year 2019Year 2020Enter

as

many

years

as

necessa

ry to

show

the

duratio

n of the

impact

(see

point

1.6)
Establishment plan posts (offi cia ls a nd temporary staff)
18 01 01 01 (Headquarters and Commission’s Representation Offices)4444
XX 01 01 02 (Delegations)
XX 01 05 01 (Indirect research)
10 01 05 01 (Direct research)
External staff (in Full Time Equivalent unit: FTE)
XX 01 02 01 (AC, END, INT from the ‘global envelope’)
XX 01 02 02 (AC, AL, END, INT and JED in the delegations)
XX 01 04 yy- at Headquarters
- in Delegations
XX 01 05 02 (AC, END, INT - Indirect research)
10 01 05 02 (AC, END, INT - Direct research)
Other budget lines (specify)
TOTAL4444

XX

is the policy area or budget title concerned.

The human resources required will be met by staff from the DG who are already assigned to management of the action and/or have been redeployed within the DG, together if necessary with any additional allocation which may be granted to the managing DG under the annual allocation procedure and in the light of budgetary constraints.

Description of tasks to be carried out:

Officials and temporary staff

Support, process and monitor the activities related to the implementation of this proposal, mainly regarding the transfer of applicants for international protection.

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AC= Contract Staff; AL = Local Staff; END= Seconded National Expert; INT = JED= Junior Experts in Delegations.

staff;

agency

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External staff

N/A

Compatibility framework

with the current multiannual financial

■»                  The financial needs are compatible with the current multiannual

financial framework and may entail the use of special instruments as defined in the Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013. 48D The

proposal/initiative will entail reprogramming of the relevant heading in the multiannual financial framework.

Explain

what reprogramming is required, specifying the budget lines concerned and the corresponding

amounts.

[•••]

IZI                The proposal/initiative requires application of the flexibility instrument

or revision of the multiannual financial framework.

Explain what is required, specifying the headings and budget lines concerned and the corresponding amounts.

[•••]

Third-party contributions

» The proposal/initiative does not provide for co-financing by third parties.

^ The proposal/initiative provides for the co-fnancng esti mated below*:

Appropriations in EUR million (to three decimal places)

Year 2017Year

2018
Year

2019
Year

2020
Enter as many years as necessary

to show the duration of the

impact (see point 1.6)
Total
Specify the co-financing bodypmpmpmpmpm
TOTAL appropriations co-financedpmpmpmpmpm

* possible contribution from the Schengen Associated Countriesm if these would participate in the new Dublin system

Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013 of 2 December 2013 laying down

the multiannual


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