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1 Ag.06 Context (staff number, GDP) No documentAg.06 Context (staff number, GDP)Working Group on Article 64 and Article 65 of the Staff RegulationsMeeting in Luxembourg 26th & 27th March 2015
2 ContentsNumbers of EU officialsMS percentage share of EU total GDP
3 What source for EU staff numbers? Authorised posts? (annex to EU budget)Various databases in various institutions?eg. Commission: NAPS, SYSPERVarious publications?eg. Commission "metrics", "bulletin", HR reportPSEO databaseAll EU active staff and pensioners; all organisations; all duty stations
4 Situation at 31.12.2013 per Eurostat Source: Eurostat PSEO databaseEstimate at (situation at )Active officialsRetired officials in receipt of pension/invalidity + orphans/survivors460 Other (eg. deferred)total:
5 Staff ratio Brussels : Luxembourg Required to calculate the Joint BE-LU IndexAs source is an estimate, ratio is also estimated!The estimate for Dec.2013 is a projection of Dec.2012 figuresMain adjustment is for retirements (ie. new pensioners) and recruitments (ie. new actives).
6 Staff ratio Brussels : Luxembourg Number of permanent officials and other servants in active service at December 2013Duty stationNo.%Brussels34,93278.3Luxembourg9,67621.7Total44,608100.0Source: PSEO database
7 Comparison JBLI BXL LUX June 2013 (PMO) 78 22 June 2014 (PSEO Dec.2013)June 2015 (PSEO Dec.2014)TBA
8 GDP as % EU total, 2013Source: ESA 2010 submissions September 2014, as published on Eurostat free data websiteNB. The values reflect two sets of changes from previous ESA 1995 methodologyPer ESA 2010 regulation affecting all MSImprovements introduced unilaterally by MSvisible decrease in share for BG, DE, FR, PLvisible increase in share for IE, CY, NL, UK
9 GDP (2013 percentage of EU28) BE BG CZ DK DE EE IE EL ES FR HR IT CY LV188.8.131.52.420.00.21.28.714.10.512.10.3184.108.40.206.614.011.80.10.619.813.8LTLUHUMTNLATPLPTROSISKFISEUK0.40.31.30.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.422.214.171.124.313.7Highest: DE GermanyFR FranceUK United KingdomLowest: EE EstoniaCY CyprusMT MaltaSum = 100.6Extracted: from Eurostat database [nama_gdp_c]from Eurostat database [nama_gdp_c]from Eurostat database [nama_10_gdp]
10 Reminder of main method changes (1) Capitalisation of research and development expenditure, instead of "intermediate consumption"Capitalisation of military equipment, instead of "intermediate consumption"Goods sent abroad for processing now only an export if ownership changes. Instead, reimport includes value of processing service done.
11 Reminder of main method changes (2) Value of liability of unfunded pension schemes now recognised as well as funded schemesNew formula for non-life insurance premiums and claims, smooths impact of catastrophes.Other changes include reclassification of units, etc. which affect components of public deficit.Modify data transmission programme to Eurostat by MS (expanded content, earlier deadlines)
12 Plus unilateral MS improvements Revisions are common as methods improve over timeResolution of historic non compliance 'reservations'