The General Affairs Sector shall perform the tasks relating to the following: planning and drafting the Parliamentary Budget, financial accounting and book keeping; human resource management; risk management and labour protection; Registry Office, currier service and archive, typing, stenography; public procurement, and other tasks for the needs of the National Assembly.
The following specific internal units shall be established within the General Affairs Sector:
Human Resource Department,
Department of Administrative Affairs,
Department of Budgetary, Financial and Accounting Affairs,
Public Procurement Section,
Legal Affairs Section.
Human Resource Department
The Human Resource Department shall perform the tasks relating to the following: monitoring and implementation of laws and other acts within the Department’s scope; preparing proposals of general and individual acts relating to employment relationship; preparing and implementing human resource management policy; drafting personnel plan and analysis of its fulfilment; coordinating activities related to the implementation of strategic documents; monitoring and analysing employees’ aptitude; preparing additional and professional training programmes for the employees and monitoring their implementation, taking security measures and occupational health protection measures and insurance of employees; keeping human resources and other records; other technical and administrative tasks in the field of labour and for the needs of the Service employees.
The following specific internal units shall be established within the Department of Administrative Affairs:
Registry Office with Courier Service and Archive Section,
Typing Pool Section,
Steno Pool Section,
Department Head: contact telephone: e-mail:
The Registry Office with Courier Service and Archive Section shall perform the tasks relating to the following: receiving, opening and examining mail; classifying and registering files according to subject matter; receiving, registering, storing and keeping archival matter, delivery of mail, newspapers, files and other acts, as well as receiving, classifying, registering, expediting and archiving electronic documents.
The Typing Pool Section shall perform the tasks relating to the following: data copying and input, and control of correctness and accuracy of electronic texts; graphical processing and preparation of material to be printed and development of a user database; textual processing of audio records of recorded sittings of National Assembly working bodies.
The Steno Pool Section shall perform the tasks relating to the following: taking and collating shorthand notes of the sittings of the National Assembly and its working bodies, as well as of meetings held at the National Assembly; proofreading and editing of the first edition of shorthand notes; transforming audio records into textual and electronic format, as well as distribution of printed shorthand notes.
Stenographer - Section Chief: Milica Vladicic
contact telephone: 011/3026-100
Department of Budgetary, Financial and Accounting Affairs
The following specific internal units shall be established within the Department of Budgetary, Financial and Accounting Affairs:
The Budgetary Planning Section shall perform the tasks relating to the following: drafting the Parliamentary Budget; preparing internal instructions and procedures for drafting financial plan proposal of the Parliamentary Budget beneficiaries, analysing financial plans of the Parliamentary Budget beneficiaries, and drafting financial reports on the execution of the Parliamentary Budget.
Section Chief: contact telephone:
The Budgetary Accounting Section shall perform the tasks relating to the realisation of financial and material assets, calculation and payment of salaries, per diem payments and other remunerations to MPs and employees of the National Assembly; preparation of documents for annual and extraordinary inventories of the National Assembly’s property, liabilities and claims; keeping business records and adjustment of the records with the general ledger of the Treasury, and drafting regular annual and periodical accounts and financial reports on expenses incurred in the operation of the National Assembly.
Section Chief: Stefan Scepanovic contact telephone: 011/3026-100
Public Procurement Section
The Public Procurement Section shall perform the tasks relating to the following: organisation and implementation of public procurement procedures for the needs of the National Assembly; drafting reports relating to the implementation of public procurement procedures; drafting contracts and other acts relating to public procurement and acts relating to the work of public procurement commissions of the National Assembly.
Section Chief: Ljiljana Vrzina
contact telephone: 011/3026-100 e-mail:
Legal Affairs Section
The Legal Affairs Section shall perform the most complex normative and legal tasks, conduct studies and analysis, participate in drafting political and procedural strategic documents and acts relating to organisation and activities of the Section, provide professional opinion for the purpose of establishing action plans, monitor implementation and harmonisation of general and individual acts with the provisions from their purview, draft general and individual acts, interpret them and monitor their implementation by the employees. It shall propose measures for improving internal procedures, draft ownership contracts and participate in monitoring their implementation. It shall cooperate with competent authorities to regulate the issues of managing the assets used by the National Assembly for conducting its responsibilities, monitor the implementation and harmonisation of general and individual acts with the public procurement regulations, draft contracts on the purchase of goods, services and works, and participate in monitoring their implementation and propose types of legal measures, and perform other normative and legal tasks in the Section’s purview.
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