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Uradni list RS, št. 5/2013 z dne 21. 1. 2013

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1. Uredba o ratifikaciji Sporazuma med Carinsko upravo Republike Slovenije in Carinsko upravo Črne gore o nevračljivi pomoči v obliki programske opreme modulov SAT (sistem analize tveganja) in SPP (sistem poslovnih pravil), stran 1.

Na podlagi petega odstavka 75. člena Zakona o zunanjih zadevah (Uradni list RS, št. 113/03 – uradno prečiščeno besedilo, 20/06 – ZNOMCMO, 76/08, 108/09 in 80/10 – ZUTD) izdaja Vlada Republike Slovenije
U R E D B O
o ratifikaciji Sporazuma med Carinsko upravo Republike Slovenije in Carinsko upravo Črne gore o nevračljivi pomoči v obliki programske opreme modulov SAT (sistem analize tveganja) in SPP (sistem poslovnih pravil)
1. člen
Ratificira se Sporazum med Carinsko upravo Republike Slovenije in Carinsko upravo Črne gore o nevračljivi pomoči v obliki programske opreme modulov SAT (sistem analize tveganja) in SPP (sistem poslovnih pravil), podpisan v Ljubljani 8. decembra 2011.
2. člen
Besedilo sporazuma se v izvirniku v angleškem jeziku in prevodu v slovenskem jeziku glasi:
A G R E E M E N T
BETWEEN THE CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA AND THE CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION OF MONTENEGRO ON NON-REFUNDABLE AID IN THE FORM OF THE SAT (SISTEM ANALIZE TVEGANJA – RISK ANALYSIS SYSTEM) AND SPP (SISTEM POSLOVNIH PRAVIL – SYSTEM OF BUSINESS RULES) SOFTWARE MODULES
The Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia and the Customs Administration of Montenegro (hereinafter referred to as the Parties) hereby establish the following:
– the Agreement regarding Mutual Assistance in Customs Matters was signed between the two States on 19 April 2007,
– Both Parties wish to develop and strengthen relations between the two states and their Customs Administrations,
– The Customs Administration of Montenegro has developed an upgrade of the existing computer system for providing complete and correct data of customs documents prior to risk analysis,
– The Customs Administration of Montenegro has developed an upgrade of the existing computer system for implementing tasks related to risk analysis,
– By granting non-refundable aid, the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia wishes to contribute to the modernization of the customs information system in Montenegro.
In view of the above, the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia shall donate the SAT and SPP software modules to the Customs Administration of Montenegro.
I.
The European Commission, together with the Member States, defined a common electronic framework to control risks, based on automatic data processing through the use of uniform criteria and standards.
Each Member State has developed its own software enabling it to carry out risk analysis by using methods of automatic data processing with the purpose of identifying and quantifying risks.
The provision of formally complete and correct data is a prerequisite for the appropriate performing of risk analysis.
II.
For its own needs of performing customs controls and based on risk analysis, the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia developed its own software, namely the SAT module which is functionally independent from other modules of the customs information system in Slovenia. Connections between components of the SAT module and other customs modules take place through web functions, which enable specific functionalities and access of the SAT module data to other modules and authorized users. Among others, the SAT module enables the following:
– Creating and maintaining risk profiles,
– Creating and maintaining accidental rules,
– Creating and maintaining risk indicators,
– Forwarding data on the results of risk profile implementation, via electronic mail and text messages, to the respective addressees,
– Keeping code lists,
– Activating, accessing and exporting extracts.
III.
To fulfill its own needs concerning the provision of formally correct data in customs declarations, the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia developed its own software, namely the SPP Module which is functionally independent from other modules of the customs information system in Slovenia. Connections between components of the SPP module and other customs modules take place through web functions, which enable specific functionalities and access of the SPP module data to other modules and authorized users. Among others, the SPP module enables the following:
– Creating and maintaining static business rules,
– Creating and maintaining dynamic business rules,
– Time limits of business rules,
– Procedural limits of business rules,
– Selecting customs offices in relation to the validity of business rules,
– Selecting the validity of client/customs business rules,
– Selecting the validity of business rules referring to the type of customs declaration,
– Providing feedback to customs clients in procedure/customs bodies regarding the completeness and correctness of data referred to in customs declarations,
– Connecting and verifying data between various complex systems (for example the import – TARIC – system),
– Determining the level of error/warning,
– Maintaining the custom's own code lists,
– Activating, accessing and exporting business rules extracts,
– Testing new business rules with the past business events.
Pursuant to the law governing copyright and related rights, the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia is the exclusive owner of the SAT and SPP modules.
IV.
The SAT module consists of the following functional entities:
– SAT module administration,
– Performing risk algorithms,
– Extract management.
V.
The SPP module consists of the following functional entities:
– SPP module administration,
– Performing algorithms (dynamic, static),
– Managing extracts.
VI.
The Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia shall grant the Customs Administration of Montenegro a non-refundable aid in the form of the right to use the SAT and SPP modules, the free-of-charge transfer of their copyright, as well as the right to translation, modification, adjustment or any other alterations to the computer programme and reproduction of the results of such alterations within the scope at its disposal. The Customs Administration of Montenegro shall make full use of the donated rights solely in the territory of Montenegro, for its own needs and for an unlimited period.
The Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia shall not transfer the right to reproduce the whole computer programme or components thereof, nor the right to distribute the original computer programme or its specimen.
Information given by the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia to the Customs Administration of Montenegro shall be confidential and intended solely for the use of the latter. Risk profiles and other contents of the SAT module are not subject to the donation.
The Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia shall not be held responsible for the correctness and quality of products, produced on the basis of the given SAT and SPP modules.
VII.
The Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia shall hand over the disc containing computer programmes with an estimated value of EUR 850,000.00 (in words: euro eight hundred and fifty thousand 00/100) to the Customs Administration of Montenegro at the latest in thirty days following the signing of the present Agreement.
VIII.
The Customs Administration of Montenegro is obligated to use the software solely for the purposes stipulated by the present Agreement and shall not sell, transfer or disseminate it to other persons.
IX.
This Agreement may be amended by mutual agreement of the Parties. These amendments shall be in writing.
Any notice or request that must or may be submitted pursuant to the present Agreement shall be made in writing and sent to the following addresses of the Parties:
For the Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia:
Republic of Slovenia
Ministry of Finance
Customs Administration
General Director's Office
Phone: + 386 1 478 3801
Fax: + 386 1 478 3901
E-mail: gcu.carina@gov.si
 
For the Customs Administration of Montenegro:
Montenegro
Government of Montenegro
Customs Administration
Director's Office
Phone: +382 20 623 322
Fax: +382 20 620 459
E-mail: direktor@carina.gov.me
X.
The Customs Administration of the Republic of Slovenia may terminate the present Agreement without any compensation should the other Party use the delivered computer programme contrary to the provisions of the present Agreement.
XI.
The present Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Slovenia.
XII.
The present Agreement shall enter into force on the date of receipt of the last of the notes by which the Parties notify each other that all internal legal procedures necessary for the entry into force of the present Agreement have been fulfilled. It shall apply upon the date of its signature.
Done at Ljubljana on 8 December 2011 in two original copies in the English language.
For the
Customs Administration
of the Republic of Slovenia
 
Rajko Skubic (s)
Director General
 
For the
Customs Administration
of Montenegro
 
Božidar Vuksanović (s)
Director General
S P O R A Z U M
MED CARINSKO UPRAVO REPUBLIKE SLOVENIJE IN CARINSKO UPRAVO ČRNE GORE O NEVRAČLJIVI POMOČI V OBLIKI PROGRAMSKE OPREME MODULOV SAT (SISTEM ANALIZE TVEGANJA) IN SPP (SISTEM POSLOVNIH PRAVIL)
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije in Carinska uprava Črne gore (v nadaljevanju pogodbenici) ugotavljata, da:
– je bil 19. aprila 2007 med državama podpisan sporazum o medsebojni pomoči pri carinskih zadevah,
– želita razvijati in utrditi odnose med državama in njunima carinskima upravama,
– je Carinska uprava Črne gore razvila nadgradnjo obstoječega računalniškega sistema za zagotavljanje popolnosti in pravilnosti podatkov carinskih dokumentov pred analizo tveganja,
– je Carinska uprava Črne gore razvila nadgradnjo obstoječega računalniškega sistema za izvajanje nalog s področja analize tveganja,
– želi Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije z dodelitvijo nevračljive pomoči prispevati k posodobitvi carinskega informacijskega sistema v Črni gori.
Ob upoštevanju navedenega Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije Carinski upravi Črne gore daruje programsko opremo modula SAT in SPP.
I.
Evropska komisija je skupaj z državami članicami določila skupni elektronski okvir za obvladovanje tveganj, ki temelji na avtomatski obdelavi podatkov z uporabo enotnih meril in standardov.
Vsaka država članica je razvila svojo programsko opremo, ki ji omogoča izvajanje analize tveganja z uporabo metod avtomatske obdelave podatkov za ugotavljanje in določitev tveganj.
Zagotavljanje formalne popolnosti in pravilnosti podatkov je temeljni pogoj za ustrezno izvedbo analize tveganja.
II.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije je za lastne potrebe izvajanja carinskih kontrol na podlagi analize tveganja razvila svojo programsko opremo modul SAT, ki je funkcionalno neodvisen od drugih modulov carinskega informacijskega sistema v Sloveniji. Povezave med komponentami modula SAT in drugimi carinskimi moduli potekajo prek spletnih funkcij, ki drugim modulom in pooblaščenim uporabnikom omogočajo posebne funkcionalnosti in dostop do podatkov modula SAT. Modul SAT med drugim omogoča:
– izdelavo in vzdrževanje profilov tveganja,
– izdelavo in vzdrževanje naključnih pravil,
– izdelavo in vzdrževanje kazalnikov tveganja,
– pošiljanje podatkov posameznim naslovnikom o rezultatih izvajanja profilov tveganja po elektronski pošti in SMS-sporočilih,
– vzdrževanje šifrantov,
– aktiviranje izpisov, vpogled vanje in njihov izvoz.
III.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije je za lastne potrebe zagotavljanja formalne pravilnosti podatkov v carinskih deklaracijah razvila svojo programsko opremo modul SPP, ki je funkcionalno neodvisen od drugih modulov carinskega informacijskega sistema v Sloveniji. Povezave med komponentami modula SPP in drugimi carinskimi moduli potekajo prek spletnih funkcij, ki drugim modulom in pooblaščenim uporabnikom omogočajo posebne funkcionalnosti in dostop do podatkov modula SPP. Modul SPP med drugim omogoča:
– izdelavo in vzdrževanje statičnih poslovnih pravil,
– izdelavo in vzdrževanje dinamičnih poslovnih pravil,
– časovne omejitve poslovnih pravil,
– postopkovne omejitve poslovnih pravil,
– izbiro carinskih uradov v smislu veljavnosti poslovnih pravil,
– izbiro veljavnosti poslovnih pravil za stranko/carino,
– izbiro veljavnosti poslovnih pravil glede na tip carinske deklaracije,
– zagotavljanje povratne informacije carinskim strankam v postopku/carinskim organom glede popolnosti in pravilnosti podatkov, navedenih v carinskih deklaracijah,
– povezovanje in preverjanje podatkov med različnimi kompleksnimi sistemi (npr. uvozni sistem – sistem TARIC),
– določitev stopnje napake/opozorila,
– vzdrževanje lastnih carinskih šifrantov,
– aktiviranje izpisov poslovnih pravil, vpogled vanje in njihov izvoz,
– preizkušanje novih poslovnih pravil s preteklimi poslovnimi dogodki.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije je izključna lastnica modulov SAT in SPP v skladu z zakonom, ki ureja avtorsko in sorodne pravice.
IV.
Modul SAT sestavljajo ti funkcijski sklopi:
– skrbništvo nad modulom SAT,
– izvajanje algoritmov tveganja,
– upravljanje izpisov.
V.
Modul SPP sestavljajo ti funkcijski sklopi:
– skrbništvo nad modulom SPP,
– izvajanje algoritmov (dinamičnih, statičnih),
– upravljanje izpisov.
VI.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije daje Carinski upravi Črne gore nevračljivo pomoč v obliki pravice do uporabe modulov SAT in SPP ter neodplačnega prenosa avtorske pravice in pravice do prevoda, spremembe, prilagoditve ali kakšne drugačne predelave računalniškega programa in razmnoževanja rezultatov teh predelav v takem obsegu, kot ga ima sama. Podeljene pravice lahko Carinska uprava Črne gore v celoti uresničuje samo na ozemlju Črne gore za lastne potrebe in časovno neomejeno.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije ne prenaša pravice do razmnoževanja celotnega računalniškega programa ali njegovih sestavnih delov niti pravice do razširjanja izvirnika računalniškega programa ali njegovega vzorca.
Podatki, ki jih Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije daje Carinski upravi Črne gore, so zaupni in so namenjeni le za njeno uporabo. Profili tveganja in druga vsebina modula SAT niso predmet donacije.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije ne odgovarja za pravilnost in kakovost izdelkov, nastalih na podlagi danih modulov SAT in SPP.
VII.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije izroči zgoščenko z računalniškimi programi, katerih skupna vrednost je ocenjena na 850.000,00 EUR (z besedami: osemsto petdeset tisoč evrov), Carinski upravi Črne gore najpozneje v tridesetih dneh od dneva podpisa tega sporazuma.
VIII.
Carinska uprava Črne gore se zavezuje, da bo programsko opremo uporabljala samo za namene, določene s tem sporazumom, in je ne bo prodajala, prenašala ali razširjala drugim.
IX.
Ta sporazum se lahko spremeni s soglasjem pogodbenic. Spremembe morajo biti pisne.
Vsako obvestilo ali zaprosilo, ki ga je treba predložiti ali se lahko predloži po tem sporazumu, mora biti pisno in poslano na ta naslova pogodbenic:
za Carinsko upravo Republike Slovenije:
Republika Slovenija
Ministrstvo za finance
Carinska uprava
Služba generalnega direktorja
telefon: + 386 1 478 3801
telefaks: + 386 1 478 3901
e-naslov: gcu.carina@gov.si
 
za Carinsko upravo Črne gore:
Črna gora
Vlada Črne gore
Carinska uprava
Služba direktorja
telefon: + 382 20 623 322
telefaks: +382 20 620 459
e-naslov: direktor@carina.gov.me
X.
Carinska uprava Republike Slovenije lahko odpove ta sporazum brez kakršne koli odškodnine, če druga pogodbenica uporablja prejeti računalniški program v nasprotju z določbami tega sporazuma.
XI.
Za ta sporazum se uporablja zakonodaja Republike Slovenije.
XII.
Ta sporazum začne veljati na dan prejema zadnjega od obvestil, s katerima se pogodbenici obvestita o končanju notranjepravnih postopkov, potrebnih za začetek njegove veljavnosti. Uporablja se z dnem podpisa.
Sestavljeno v Ljubljani 8. decembra 2011 v dveh izvirnikih v angleškem jeziku.
Za Carinsko upravo
Republike Slovenije
 
Rajko Skubic l.r.
Generalni direktor
 
Za Carinsko upravo
Črne gore
 
Božidar Vuksanović l.r.
Generalni direktor
3. člen
Za izvajanje sporazuma skrbi ministrstvo, pristojno za finance.
4. člen
Ta uredba začne veljati naslednji dan po objavi v Uradnem listu Republike Slovenije – Mednarodne pogodbe.
Št. 00724-66/2012
Ljubljana, dne 3. januarja 2013
EVA 2012-1811-0127
Vlada Republike Slovenije
Janez Janša l.r.
Predsednik