QBSW Initial Quotas

QBSW Initial Quotas is intended to generation and management of initial quotas (warrants) for the line ministries and to overview their appropriations. Quotas are used for periodic release of funds from the Treasury to the line ministries and from the line ministries to the spending agencies by type of expenditure. Quota give authority to process payment request up to its amount.

QBSW Initial Quotas addresses the following processes:

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Key features

Treasury Administration uses QBSW Initial Quotas application to define initial quotas for the line ministries based on the budget revenue forecasts. Created initial quotas are further communicated with QBSW Budget Management application to be accessible to all organizations for distribution to subordinate organizations and adjustment.

The initial quotas are created in a process starting from unallocated amount of appropriations. Its result is a set of initial quotas which are transferred to QBSW Budget Management application to enable their spending.

Main functions

  • Overview of quotas
  • Overview of appropriations
  • Determination of quota periods
  • Automated generation of initial quota amount
  • Modification of quotas (individually or in the selected group)
  • Transfer of quotas to QBSW Budget Management application
  • Modification of unspent applied quotas

Design and Technology

Database application with an Internet interface, executed through client/server architecture, makes QBSW Initial Quotas a modular open system that provides easy integration with budget execution information systems.

Furthermore, sophisticated design of QBSW Initial Quotas helps us in reasonable time to provide our clients with customized solution reflecting all legal particularities and their individual requirements.

 

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