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The Four Political Offices (2019) No. 49


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四平市 基本公共服务领域市与区 Printing and distribution of cities and districts in the basic public service areas of Siping

的通知 Notice of the reform plan for the division of joint fiscal authority and expenditure responsibility

The people's governments of counties (cities) and districts, the management committees of development zones, the commissions and offices of the municipal government, and the agencies directly under them:

The reform plan for the division of common financial authority and expenditure responsibilities between the municipal and districts in the basic public service area of Siping City has been agreed by the municipal government, and is now issued to you, please implement it carefully.

Siping Municipal People's Government Office

November 22, 2019

(This is publicly available)

基本公共服务领域市与区共同财政事权和支出责任划分改革方案 Reform plan for the division of common fiscal authority and expenditure responsibilities in the basic public service area of Siping City

In order to fully implement the spirit of the Nineteenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and further improve the government's ability and level of providing basic public services, the reform plan for the division of provincial and municipal common fiscal powers and expenditure responsibilities in the basic public service sector was issued in accordance with the "General Office of the People's Government of Jilin Province" Notice (Ji Zheng Ban Fa [2018] No. 53) and "Siping City People's Government's Notice on Printing and Distributing Reform Schemes for the Division of Fiscal Power and Expenditure Responsibility in Siping City" (Sizheng Fa [2018] No. 26) The actual situation of the city, now the reform of the division of common financial power and expenditure responsibilities between the city and the district in the basic public service area is formulated as follows:

I. Main content

(1) Clarify the scope of common financial affairs.

According to the national and provincial reform proposals and the requirements of the reform plan for the division of financial affairs and expenditure responsibilities below the city level, in conjunction with the "Siping City People's Government Office's Notice on Printing and Distributing Siping City's Implementation of the 13th Five-Year Plan" for Promoting the Equalization of Basic Public Services in Jilin Province "(Sizhengbanfa [2017] No. 110), which will cover the basic living and development needs of the people, the existing management system and policies are relatively clear, and the city and district will jointly bear the responsibility for expenditure, and people or families will be used as subsidy objects or distribution. The main basic public service items that are based on the need, priority, and key guarantees are firstly included in the scope of common financial matters of the city and district. Currently, 18 items in eight categories are tentatively set. First, compulsory education, including public funding protection, free textbooks, and family financial difficulties. Student living subsidy, nutrition and diet subsidy for students in poverty-stricken areas 4; student subsidy, including national bursary for secondary vocational education, tuition-free subsidy for secondary vocational education, national bursary for general high school education, and tuition-free subsidy for general high school education; three Basic employment services, including basic public employment One service; the fourth is basic endowment insurance, including one for urban and rural residents; the fifth is basic medical insurance, including two basic medical insurance subsidies and medical assistance for urban and rural residents; the sixth is basic health family planning, including basic public health services, There are 2 family planning assistance guarantees; 7 is basic living assistance, including 3 for poor people, disaster victims, and services for the disabled; 8 is basic housing security, including 1 for urban and rural housing.

At present, the basic public cultural services and other matters that are not included in the above scope are temporarily included. After the provinces, cities, and counties' fiscal affairs and expenditure responsibility reform programs are released, they will be clearly defined as municipal financial affairs or municipal and district financial affairs according to the attributes of affairs. The scope of common fiscal authority in the basic public service sector will be adjusted accordingly with economic and social development and management system reform in related fields.

(2) Implement the various guarantee standards of the superior.

Strictly implement national basic standards and provincial standards for basic public service matters. In accordance with the requirements of the provincial reform, for matters that are not easy or temporarily unsuitable for the formulation of national basic standards or provincial standards, the municipal government shall formulate a compliance plan. If there are other laws and regulations or the state or province, the provisions shall prevail. The district government must ensure that the national basic standards and provincial standards are in place. In principle, regional standards that are higher than the national basic standards and provincial standards must not be formulated. Under the premise of guarantee, local standards that are higher than national basic standards and provincial standards should be formulated in accordance with local conditions, and implemented in accordance with the procedures and reported to the superior in advance for implementation. The funds required for the higher part will be borne by themselves.

(3) Standardize the sharing of expenditure responsibilities.

In the area of basic public services, the responsibility for the expenditure of common financial authority between the city and the district is mainly shared in proportion to the urban area, and it remains basically stable. The specifics and specifications are as follows:

1. Compulsory education.

Public funding guarantee. To implement the national basic standards, the central government and provinces, cities, and districts will share the funds according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.

Free textbooks. Provide the nationally prescribed curriculum textbooks free of charge and provide genuine students' dictionaries for freshmen in the first grade of primary school to implement the national subsidy standards, and the required funds are borne by the central government; provide freely provided locally prescribed curriculum textbooks to implement the provincial subsidy standards, and the provincial funds shall be borne.

Subsistence allowance for students from families with financial difficulties. Living allowances for boarders of families with financial difficulties and boarding students of ethnic minorities with smaller populations are subject to national basic standards. Living allowances for non-boarders of families with financial difficulties are determined by the central government in accordance with a certain percentage of the national basic standards. The central government and provinces and districts will share the funds according to 5: 2.5: 2.5, and the city will not share them.

Nutritional subsidy for students in poor areas. The basic national standards are implemented, and the central government finances the national pilots; the provincial finances the provincial pilots, and the central government grants a fixed amount of compensation to students.

2. Student aid classes.

National bursary for secondary vocational education. To implement the national basic standards, the central government and provinces and cities will share the funds according to 6: 2.4: 1.6, and the districts will not share them.

Tuition-free subsidy for secondary vocational education. To implement the provincial standards, the central government will share the costs with the provinces and cities at 6: 2.4: 1.6, and the districts will not. The actual fees charged by public schools are higher than the subsidy standards, which are borne by the municipal government.

National bursary for general high school education. For the implementation of the provincial funding standards, the central government and provinces and cities will share the funding according to 6: 2: 2, and the districts will not share it.

General high school education is free of tuition and miscellaneous fees. To implement the centrally approved provincial subsidy standards, the central government and provinces and cities will share the funds according to 6: 3: 1, and the districts will not share them.

3. Basic public employment services.

Basic public employment services. The city implements the provincial subsidy standards, and grants appropriate subsidies mainly based on factors such as the financial situation of the district and the number of guarantee objects.

4. Basic endowment insurance.

Urban and rural residents' basic endowment insurance subsidies. Implement provincial standards. The first is the subsidy for urban and rural residents' basic endowment insurance contributions. Subsidies shall be shared between the provinces, municipalities and districts at 6: 2: 2. The second is the basic old-age insurance subsidy for urban and rural residents. For the basic pension standard determined by the central government, the central government assumes full responsibility for expenditure. For the part exceeding the national basic pension standard, the required funds will be shared between the provinces, cities and districts at 6: 2: 2.

5. Basic medical insurance.

Basic medical insurance for urban and rural residents. Implement provincial specific subsidy standards. The central government and provinces, cities, and districts will share the required funds according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.

medical support. Based on the provincial minimum standards, the city will determine specific standards based on actual conditions. The city mainly provides appropriate subsidies based on factors such as the number of people in the district, the number of registered residents, the number of people who set up a card, the financial situation, and related performance indicators.

6. Basic health and family planning.

Basic public health services. To implement the national basic standards, the central government and provinces, cities, and districts will share the funds according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.

Family planning assistance guarantee. To implement the national basic standards, the central government and provinces, cities, and districts will share the funds according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.

7. Basic life assistance.

Relief for the difficult people. Based on the provincial minimum standards, the city will determine specific standards based on actual conditions. The municipality will give appropriate subsidies mainly based on the financial status of the district and the number of guarantee objects.

Assistance to the affected people. Implement provincial specific rescue standards. For regions that have suffered severe natural disasters or whose disaster losses are close to initiating provincial-level natural disaster relief emergency response, the province grants subsidies in accordance with the subsidy standards determined by the province; for major natural disasters or disaster losses that are close to initiating municipal-level natural disaster rescue emergency response The districts and municipalities will provide subsidies in accordance with the subsidy standards; the remaining funds needed for disaster relief will be appropriately subsidized by the districts in accordance with the disaster situation. The province, city, and district of the temporary living assistance funds for the victims in the winter and spring will provide appropriate subsidies in accordance with the factor law.

Services for the disabled. According to the provincial guidance standards, the city determines the specific subsidy standards based on actual conditions. The municipality will give appropriate subsidies mainly based on the financial status of the district and the number of guarantee objects.

8. Basic housing security category.

Urban-rural security housing projects (including urban security housing projects and rural dilapidated houses reconstruction, etc.). According to the provincial guidance standards, the city determines the corresponding subsidy standards based on actual conditions. The required funds shall be borne by the city's overall funding.

(4) Adjust and improve the transfer payment system.

In accordance with the requirements of the central government and the provincial government to improve the transfer payment system, a common financial affairs classification and classified transfer payment shall be established in the general transfer payment. In principle, the common financial affairs matters in the basic public service area of the transfer payment arrangement before the reform shall be unified into the common financial affairs classification. The step-by-step transfer payment fully reflects and effectively fulfills the expenditure responsibilities of the common financial affairs in the basic public service area undertaken by the municipal government.

(5) Guide districts to implement expenditure responsibilities.

The district government shall prioritize its own financial resources and higher-level transfer payments for basic public services, bear the responsibility for the organization of the provision of basic public services, reasonably divide the district-level and township expenditure responsibilities, improve the township government service capacity, and ensure that livelihood policies are put in place.

Organization and implementation

(1) Clear management responsibilities. While fulfilling the expenditure responsibilities undertaken by the municipal government, strengthening the overall planning of funds, and ensuring the security of funds, the municipal finance must effectively strengthen the guidance and supervision of the district finances in fulfilling their expenditure responsibilities. Relevant municipal departments should pay close attention to the trends in the management system reform of relevant national and provincial basic public service areas, promote specific reform processes, adjust and improve system policies, and guide and urge district governments to implement relevant service standards. The district finance should properly arrange the budget, strengthen the overall planning of funds, and ensure that the expenditure responsibilities undertaken are in place. Relevant departments in the district shall conscientiously implement relevant policies and fulfill their duties of providing basic public services.

(2) Strengthen budget management. The municipal finance shall, in accordance with the basic security standards, the sharing ratio, and other factors, prioritize and arrange in full and release in advance, and timely allocate the common financial affairs and classified transfer payments in a timely manner. The district finance must complete, standardize and reasonably compile the budget of basic public service projects, ensure the timely disbursement of funds, improve the budget management process of basic public service projects, increase budget disclosure, and ensure that the expenditure responsibilities undertaken are in place.

(3) Promote data sharing. Municipal and district-level finance and related departments should establish a standardized data collection system as soon as possible, unify data standards, accelerate the construction of a basic public service big data platform, collect and summarize relevant basic public service related data, realize information sharing, and allocate transfer payments for calculation Funding, fulfilling the responsibilities of all parties, realizing the convenience of basic public services and providing technical support.

(4) Strengthen supervision and evaluation. Strengthen the supervision and inspection of the implementation of basic standards for basic public service matters, the authenticity of basic data, the normative use of funds management, and the availability of convenient services to ensure the implementation of expenditure responsibilities. In accordance with the principle of "who uses and who is responsible", comprehensively implement performance management on basic public service projects, and continuously improve the efficiency of capital use and the quality of basic public services.

Third, implementation time

This plan will be implemented from the date of issue.

Attachment: List of Municipal and District Common Financial Powers, Basic Standards, and Expenditure Division in Siping's Basic Public Service Fields

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City and District of Siping City's Basic Public Service Area
List of fiscal powers, basic standards, and division of expenditure responsibilities
Common financial matters Basic standard National, provincial, municipal and district expenditure responsibilities (shared proportion)
I. Basic public education
(I) Public Funds Guarantee Implementation of national basic standards The central government, provinces, municipalities, and districts shall share the expenses according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.
(2) Free textbooks The central government has formulated subsidy standards for the provision of nationally prescribed course textbooks for free, and the provision of genuine student dictionary subsidies for first-year freshmen in primary schools, and the province has formulated subsidy standards for the provision of provincial-level prescribed textbooks for free. The central government will bear the funds required to provide the textbooks required by the state for free and provide genuine student dictionaries for freshmen in the first grade of primary school. The funds required to provide the textbooks required by the provincial level for free will be borne by the provincial finance.
(3) Living allowances for students with financial difficulties Living allowances for boarders of families with financial difficulties and boarding students of ethnic minorities with smaller populations are subject to national basic standards. Living allowances for non-boarders of families with financial difficulties are determined by the central government in accordance with a certain percentage of the national basic standards. The central government, provinces and districts will share the cost according to 5: 2.5: 2.5, and the city will not share it.
(4) Nutrition and diet subsidies for students in poor areas Implementation of national basic standards The central government is responsible for the funds required for the national pilot projects; the provincial financial burden is required for the provincial-level pilot projects, and the central government grants a fixed amount of subsidy per student.
Student funding
(5) National bursary for secondary vocational education Implementation of national basic standards The central, provincial and municipal requirements will be shared according to 6: 2.4: 1.6, and the districts will not. The actual fees charged by public schools are higher than the subsidy standards, which are borne by the municipal government.
(6) Tuition free of secondary vocational education Implementation of provincial standards The central, provincial and municipal requirements will be shared according to 6: 2.4: 1.6, and the districts will not. The actual fees charged by public schools are higher than the subsidy standards, which are borne by the municipal government.
(7) State bursary for general high school education Implementation of provincial standards The central, provincial and municipal requirements are shared according to 6: 2: 2, and the districts do not.
(8) Free tuition and miscellaneous subsidies for general high school education Implementation of centrally approved provincial subsidy standards The central government, provinces and municipalities shall share the expenses according to 6: 3: 1, and the districts shall not share it.
3. Basic employment services
(9) Basic public employment services Implementation of provincial subsidy standards The city mainly gives appropriate subsidies mainly based on factors such as the financial situation of each district and the number of guarantee objects.
Fourth, the basic old-age insurance
(10) Basic endowment insurance subsidies for urban and rural residents Implement provincial specific subsidy standards Urban and rural residents 'basic endowment insurance participation payment subsidy is divided into subsidies, and the required funding is shared between the provinces, cities, and districts according to 6: 2: 2; urban and rural residents' basic endowment insurance subsidies, the central pension standard part determined by the central government, and the central government bears all expenditure liabilities For those exceeding the national basic pension standard, the provinces, municipalities and districts will be required to share 6: 2: 2.
V. Basic Medical Security
(11) Basic medical insurance for urban and rural residents Implementation of provincial subsidy standards The central government, provinces, municipalities, and districts will share the expenses according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.
(12) Medical assistance Based on the provincial minimum standards, the city will determine specific standards based on actual conditions. The city mainly grants appropriate subsidies based on factors such as the number of rescue targets, the number of registered residents, the number of people who register for a card, financial status, and related performance indicators.
6. Basic health family planning
(13) Basic Public Health Services Implementation of national basic standards The central government, provinces, municipalities, and districts will share the expenses according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.
(14) Family planning assistance guarantee Implementation of national basic standards The central government, provinces, municipalities, and districts will share the expenses according to 6: 2.4: 0.8: 0.8.
Seven, basic life assistance
(15) Assistance to the Needy According to the provincial guidance standards, the city determines specific standards based on actual conditions. The city mainly gives appropriate subsidies mainly based on factors such as the financial situation of each district and the number of guarantee objects.
(16) Relief for disaster victims Implement provincial specific rescue standards For regions that have suffered severe natural disasters or whose disaster losses are close to initiating provincial-level natural disaster relief emergency response, the province grants subsidies in accordance with the subsidy standards determined by the province; for major natural disasters or disaster losses that are close to initiating municipal-level natural disaster rescue emergency response The districts and municipalities will provide subsidies in accordance with the subsidy standards; the remaining funds needed for disaster relief will be appropriately subsidized by the districts in accordance with the disaster situation. The province, city, and district of the temporary living assistance funds for the victims in the winter and spring will provide appropriate subsidies in accordance with the factor law.
(17) Basic Public Services for Persons with Disabilities According to the provincial guidance standards, the city determines the specific subsidy standards based on actual conditions. The city mainly gives appropriate subsidies mainly based on factors such as the financial situation of each district and the number of guarantee objects.
Eighth, basic housing security
(18) Urban and Rural Housing Project According to the provincial guidance standards, the city determines the corresponding subsidy standards based on actual conditions. City overall funding commitment
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