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SCAI - Integrated Cycle System of Purchases

ANNUAL FORECAST OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR 2010 (ARTICLE 2, PARAGRAPH 569 OF LAW 24 DECEMBERS 2007. N. 244, FINANCE ACT 2008) - STARTUP OF SURVEY AND OPERATING MODALITIES.

The survey of the Annual Forecast of the Requirements, as foreseen under art. 2, paragraph 569, of Finance act 2008, also for 2010 starts out.

As expected from the 2008 Finance act (art. 2 paragraph 569), the central and local State Administrations - with the exception of the institutes and schools of every order and degree, of the educational and the university institutions - yearly proceed to the annual forecast of the requirements of goods and services.

The survey of the annual forecast of the requirements is finalized to the total appraisal, from the central and local State Administrations, of the requirements of goods and services, to the aim to eliminate duplications and wastes and to verify in advance the coherence with the financial availabilities and to obtain economies of scale through the use of the instruments of the Program of rationalization of purchases of the Public Administrations that are more and more oriented to fulfil the requirements of the Administrations.

The survey of the annual forecast of requirements for the year 2010 will be carried out with the Integrated Cycle System of Purchases (SCAI).

The closure of the survey activities will take place within 30 solar days since 29th March 2010.

The forecast of the requirements:

• it must be expressed in economic value (VAT inclusive) and it must find coherence with the budget allocation;

• it is expressed at the level of Centers of Responsibility;

• it is reported to the totality of the goods and services to acquire therein included the purchase of assets realized in the framework of the resources allocated for investment expenses, with the exclusion of those goods and services for whose contracts the Legislative Decree 163/2006 is't applied;

• it must be in coherence with the third level of the Accounts Plan of the analytic economic account of the State as foreseen by Legislative Decree 279/97 and updated with D.M (Ministerial Decree) n. 66233 of the June 8th 2007.

The users who will have to operate under the survey of the Annual Forecast of the Requirements are the "Compiler of the Center of Responsibility" and the "Representative of the Center of Responsibility".

The CdR Compiler is in charge of the collection and compilation of the requirements for the Center of Responsibility (CdR) of competence, on disposition of the CdR Representative . For every CdR there exists a single profile of CdR compiler.

The CdR Representative is in charge of the Center of Responsibility (CdR) or he is a its direct delegate. The CdR Representative must carry out the validation as in charge of the annual forecast of the requirements for the concerning CdR. For every CdR will exist a single profile of CdR Representative .

The operating modalities in order to proceed to the survey of the Annual Forecast of the Requirements are explained in the "Operative Guide", inside of SCAI application.

We remember to the users that the system will allow to insert amounts of requirements bigger than the appropriations contained in the chapters of the budget.

In this case, at the saving of every insertion, the system will send to the CdR Compiler user a message of warning related to the misalignments between requirements and appropriations and, in validation phase, it will open a text box in which the CdR Representative user will have to indicate, accurately, the financial resources available on the budget, that the CdR intends to use for the cover of the requirements which exceeds the appropriation, maintaining therefore unchanged the total of the resources assigned by the Finance act.