Government Bulletin,3rd Issue, 2014

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Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government Bulletin

3rd Issue, 2014

(Bimonthly)

(61st issue in total)

Sponsored by Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government General Office

Published on July 1, 2014

 

Contents

[Documents of District Government]

Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government on Printing and Distributing “Implementation Opinions of Xuhui District on Using Local Educational Surtax Funds to Support Enterprises in Xuhui District to Organize Employee Vocational Training” ························································································································  (3)

Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government on Printing and Distributing “Implementation Opinions on Further Strengthening the Demolition of Illegal Buildings in Xuhui District”····································· (3)

 

[Documents of District Government General Office]

Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government General Office on Forwarding “Implementation Plan of Xuhui District on Further Promoting Government Procurement of Social Work Service” formulated by District Civil Affairs Bureau············································································································································ (11)

Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government General Office on Printing and Distributing Responsibility Adjustment of Leadership Team of District Government ·······························································  (3)

 


Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government on Printing and Distributing “Implementation Opinions of Xuhui District on Using Local Educational Surtax Funds to Support Enterprises in Xuhui District to Organize Employee Vocational Training”

(April 24, 2014)

XuFuFa (2014) No.11

 

All relevant commissions, offices and bureaus of district government, all sub-districts and Huajing Town, and all units concerned:

Subject to deliberation and approval by District Government, “Implementation Opinions of Xuhui District on Using Local Educational Surtax Funds to Support Enterprises in Xuhui District to Organize Employee Vocational Training” is now printed and distributed to you all for your conscientious implementation.

 

Implementation Opinions of Xuhui District on Using Local Educational Surtax Funds to Support Enterprises in Xuhui District to Organize Employee Vocational Training

 

I. OBJECTIVES, TASKS AND BASES

The present Implementation Opinions are hereby formulated in order to carry out “Notice of Shanghai Municipal People’s Government General Office on Forwarding Implementation Opinions on Supporting and Encouraging Enterprises in Shanghai to Organize Employee Vocational Training formulated by Three Departments including Shanghai Municipal Finance Bureau” (HuFuBanFa (2011) No.29) and “Guiding Opinions on Districts/Counties Using Local Educational Surtax Funds to Support Enterprises to Organize Employee Vocational Training” (HuRenSheZhi (2012) No.603), further improve comprehensive qualities of employees in enterprises, strengthen team construction of skilled talent that adapts to industrial development of Xuhui District, fully mobilize the enthusiasm and initiative of various enterprises, especially enterprises in prioritized areas including modern service industry, advanced manufacturing industry, hi-tech industry and strategic emerging industries in organizing employee vocational training through taking such measures as subsidizing employee vocational training by enterprises, providing enterprises with training service in a centralized manner and financing or supporting major training projects, and enable employees in enterprises to generally receive vocational training, and try to realize the objective of “anyone employed receives proper training”.

 

II. BENEFICIARIES AND SCOPE OF SPECIAL FUNDS

(I) Beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of local educational surtax funds (hereinafter referred to as “special funds”) are on-the-job employees including frontline operation, professional technical and business management posts, and all other persons employed including migrant workers (including labor dispatch personnel, the same below) in taxpaying enterprises subjected to tax registration in Xuhui District (hereinafter referred to as “local enterprises”).

Special funds are intended to support and encourage local enterprises to organize employees’ vocational education and training with emphasis on development of skills and comprehensive qualities, including professional ethics, technical skills, work safety, innovation and creation, corporate culture, operation management, laws and regulations, and physical and mental health.

(II) Scope of application

Special funds will be used to grant employee vocational training subsidies to local enterprises eligible for subsidy, provide centralized training services for local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and give support to major training projects in our district.

 

III. GRANTING OF EMPLOYEE VOCATIONAL TRAINING SUBSIDY TO LOCAL ENTERPRISES

(I) Recipients of subsidy

Local enterprises and enterprises under commissioned tax collection and management that meet subsidy requirements will be granted employees vocational training subsidies. According to the principle of “guaranteeing prioritized enterprises and promoting all-round implementation”, major support will go to enterprises in industrial sectors prioritized for “innovation-driven, transformational development” of Xuhui District during the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” period, including modern service industry, advanced manufacturing industry, hi-tech industry and strategic emerging industries.

(II) Subsidy requirements

1. Relevant enterprises shall make training plans according to their requirements for employee vocational training and put in place necessary conditions to organize employee vocational training on their own or commission third parties to conduct such training.

2. Employee education funds shall be allocated and used in full according to relevant requirement and at least 60% of such funds shall be used for vocational training for grass-roots frontline employees.

3. Employee vocational training plan and the use of employee education funds shall be deliberated and adopted the relevant enterprise’s workers congress or workers’ assembly.

(III) Subsidy standard

Subsidy quota shall be determined in accordance with the enterprise’s employee training plan for current year and use of funds in the previous year, and the maximum subsidy quota may not exceed 80% of local educational surtax actually paid by the enterprise in the previous year. For any enterprise that applies for subsidy after expiry of the deadline for submission of subsidy applications, relevant expenses will not be subsidized retroactively in principle.

(IV) Subsidy content

Subsidy funds can be used for development of enterprise employee cultivation projects, introduction of training courses, acquisition of training facilities and equipment, trainers team construction, implementation of training projects, masters instructing apprentices, skills competition, post training, continuing education for professional technicians and highly skilled talent, subsidy for employees who voluntarily attend commercially organized training and are certified, and other costs and expenses related to employee vocational training including employee education and training management expenses.

 

IV. CENTRALIZED PROVISION OF TRAINING SERVICE FOR SMES

(I) Implementation conditions

For local enterprises that require employee vocational training but lack training competence or fail to meet subsidy conditions, District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau will work with departments like District Finance Bureau, District Education Bureau and District Federation of Trade Unions to organize centralized training. After verification and approval by municipal human resources and social security department and municipal financial department, our district’s special funds will be planned and used as a whole to provide training services in a centralized fashion.

(II) Implementation method

A SMEs public training service platform will be set up. District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau will work with such departments as District Finance Bureau, District Education Bureau and District Federation of Trade Unions as well as units like industrial parks, industry associations and trade associations to establish non-profit SMEs public training service platform, and determine menu-type training catalogues, select excellent education and training institutions with good training conditions and high training quality to authorize them to undertake training tasks and sign service agreements with them according to industrial development requirement and enterprises’ employee training requirement in our district.

District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau will work with relevant departments to formulate the provisions of the District on the administration of SMEs public training service platform according to relevant municipal guiding opinions and practically give play to the social benefit of special funds serving SME training requirement.

 

V. SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL MAJOR TRAINING PROJECTS

(I) Project content

Regional major training projects generally include major projects concerning the cultivation of talent of various types in the District, such as chief technician appraisal subsidy, skill master studio construction, model workers’ innovation studio construction, master-instructing-apprentice program, organization of skill competitions, construction and operation of high-skill talent cultivation bases and public practical training bases, new workers training and specialized technical talent knowledge update projects; major training projects for industries of prioritized development or those urgently needed for our district; as well as projects of local enterprises and educational & training institutions with remarkable achievements and leading roles in employee training that are entitled to prioritized subsidy and support.

(II) Implementation method

Regional major training projects will be generally determined each year. After initial review by competent business departments including District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau and District Education Bureau, District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau will work with District Finance Bureau, District Education Bureau and District Federation of Trade Unions to deliberate and determine the implementation schemes of regional major training projects for the following year.

Regional major training projects will be implemented under project operating models. Competent business departments in charge of such projects are responsible to formulate implementation schemes and administrative measures and report such projects to the Office of District Coordination Team on the Work of Enterprise Employees Vocational Training for record and ensure standardized implementation of project subsidization.

 

VI. GUARANTEE AND SUPERVISION OF SPECIAL FUNDS

(I) Fund guarantee

1. The source of special funds is municipality-to-district financial transfer payment, and such special funds will be fully used for employee education and vocational training for local enterprises and be included in departmental budget of District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau for use for designated purpose.

2. Enterprises shall put more funds in employee vocational training and may take the required monies from their employee education funds that are allocated each year according to relevant stipulations.

3. District Finance Bureau will each year separately allocate certain working funds to pay for expenses incurred by government-procured services adopted in such links as acceptance of applications for enterprise training subsidies, construction of SMEs public training service platform, and evaluation and supervision of special funds.

(II) Performance evaluation

District Finance Bureau will, together with District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau, District Education Bureau and District Federation of Trade Unions, authorize qualified units or social institutions to carry out third-party evaluation and inspect the use of enterprise training subsidy funds, and training implementation of educational and training institutions that sign contracts with the SMEs public training service platform.

(III) Internal supervision from enterprises

The organizational role of trade unions in enterprises will be brought into further play, and democratic supervision on preparation of enterprise employee vocational training plan, fulfillment of training implementation schemes and use and management of subsidy funds will be intensified through implementation of such systems as disclosure of enterprise affairs, workers’ congress and collective contract.

 

三核拨付局VII. WORK REQUIREMENTS

(I) Work mechanism

“Xuhui District Coordination Team for the Work of Enterprise Employee Vocational Training” (hereinafter referred to as “Coordination Team”), a guiding and supervisory institution under centralized leadership of District Government that is responsible for planning the District’s work on enterprise employee vocational training as a whole, proposing vocational training policies and coordinating vocational training issues, will be set up. Relevant work systems will be established to integrate resources, perfect policies, promote cooperation and strengthen communication with changing actualities of enterprise employee training for the purposes of supporting and encouraging enterprises to actively conduct various types of employee training. The office of the Coordination Team will be installed at District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau.

(II) Relevant responsibilities

1. District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau, District Finance Bureau, District Education Bureau and District Federation of Trade Unions will establish a system of joint meeting on the work of enterprise employee vocational training to study the ways to facilitate the work of enterprise employee vocational training and fulfill the verification, appropriation and disclosure of special funds.

2. Enterprises shall give further play to the role of employees as recipients of vocational training, put forward employee vocational training requirement, devise and fulfill employee vocational training plans and implementation schemes according to their production and service realities, allocate and make the best of their employee education funds according to applicable provisions, ensure employee training subsidies are utilized for designated purposes, and try to make vocational training opportunities available to all employees and continually improve employees’ comprehensive qualities.

 

VIII. SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS

(I) The present Opinions are subject to interpretation by District Human Resources and Social Security Bureau, District Finance Bureau, District Education Bureau and District Federation of Trade Unions to the extent of their respective authority.

(II) The present Opinions shall remain effective between May 1, 2014 and April 30, 2016. The former “Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government on Printing and Distributing Implementation Opinions on Supporting and Encouraging Local Enterprises to Organize Employee Vocational Training” (XuFuFa (2011) No.31) shall be simultaneously abolished.

(III) As from the effective date of the present Opinions, the present Opinions shall prevail in case of any discrepancy between other relevant provisions of Xuhui District and the present Opinions.

(IV) In case that the provisions of documents formulated by municipal or higher-level departments after effectiveness of the present Opinions differs from the present Opinions, the provisions of new documents by superior departments shall prevail.


Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government on Printing and Distributing “Implementation Opinions on Further Strengthening the Demolition of Illegal Buildings in Xuhui District”

(May 22, 2014)

XuFuFa (2014) No.13

 

All relevant commissions, offices and bureaus of district government, all sub-districts and Huajing Town:

Subject to deliberation and approval by District Government, “Implementation Opinions on Further Strengthening the Demolition of Illegal Buildings in Xuhui District” is now printed and distributed to you all for your conscientious implementation.

 

Implementation Opinions on Further Strengthening the Demolition of Illegal Buildings in Xuhui District

 

In order to carry out the requirements of documents including “Several Rules of Shanghai Municipality on the Demolition of Illegal Buildings” and “Notice of Shanghai Municipal People’s Government on Approving and Forwarding ‘Implementation Opinions on Strengthening the Demolition of Illegal Buildings in Shanghai’ submitted by Four Departments including Shanghai Municipal Construction and Communications Commission” and further strengthen Xuhui District’s work on demolition of unauthorized buildings, the following implementation opinions are put forward.

I. WORK OBJECTIVES

Resolutely crack down on new illegal buildings and gradually demolish existing illegal buildings. Consolidate and improve the District’s work mechanism for demolition of illegal buildings with such characteristics as overall planning and coordination, departmental-regional linkage, territorial management and public participation, and strengthen the prevention, identification, stoppage and demolition of illegal buildings.

 

II. WORK MEASURES

(I) Institutional establishment

1. District-level establishment

Organizational leadership of the work on demolishing illegal buildings will be strengthened by improving Xuhui District Leading Group on Demolition of Illegal Buildings. The Leading Group will have District Leader as Group Leader and its member units will include District Construction and Communication Commission, District Greening and City Appearance Administration, District Planning and Land Resources Administration, District Housing Administration Bureau, District City Administration and Law Enforcement Bureau, District Public Security Bureau, District Leading Group on Demolition of Illegal Buildings, relevant district departments and all sub-districts/towns.

District Leading Group on Demolition of Illegal Buildings will have its office (hereinafter referred to as “District Demolition Office”). District Demolition Office will have such posts as full-time directors and deputy directors, and leaders in charge of District Planning and Land Resources Administration, District Housing Administration Bureau and District City Administration and Law Enforcement Bureau will concurrently serve as deputy directors.

2. Sub-district/town-level establishment

Each sub-district/towns shall set up a sub-district/town-level leading group for the work of demolishing illegal buildings in which the chief administrative leader acts as group leader and administrative leader in charge acts as deputy group leader, and member units of the leading group sub-district municipal planning section (town planning office), comprehensive administration office, judicial office, letters and calls office, police station, district planning & land resources and law enforcement brigade, housing administration office, city administration detachment, food and drug administration office, industry and commerce administration office, and representatives of property management companies. The leading group will have its demolition office for which sub-district/town leader in charge will concurrently serve as office director and a certain number of personnel will be provided.

(II) Division of responsibility

1. District Demolition Office. District Demolition Office is responsible to undertake comprehensive coordination of the District’s work on the demolition of illegal buildings, organize facilitation, planning and summarization, establish work mechanisms like tip-off acceptance, patrol inspection, quick investigation & handling, collaborative operation, comprehensive administration and information reporting as well as supervision & evaluation and accountability mechanism; to relegate illegal building complaint handling matters to relevant sub-district/town; to designate law enforcement departments responsible for demolishing illegal buildings; to conduct coordination and guidance, supervision, evaluation and data summarization over the work of all relevant departments on the demolition of illegal buildings.

Under the leadership of District Demolition Office, demolition task forces will assist in the demolition of existing large-scale illegal buildings and the handling of significant, knotty demolition cases; liaise with sub-district/town demolition offices on daily routines.

2. Demolition implementation departments. District Planning and Land Resources Administration, District Housing Administration Bureau and District City Administration and Law Enforcement Bureau are respectively responsible to demolish illegal buildings, work out action plans on demolition of illegal buildings, report demolition cases that require compulsory execution under organization and coordination of District Demolition, submit regular reports on data and information concerning the demolition work, handle administrative reconsiderations, litigations letters and calls, and other issues of illegal building demolition cases in their respective jurisdiction.

3. Each sub-district/town. Each sub-district/town is responsible to oversee the work of demolishing illegal buildings within its jurisdiction, improve the network of detecting illegal buildings, organize forces for patrolling inspection, and immediately stop ongoing illegal construction and conduct timely demolition; formulate and implement a plan on the demolition of illegal buildings existing in its jurisdiction, do a good job in guarantee work including resolution of conflicts and poverty relief that may affect the demolition work, assess the demolition work of relevant departments in its jurisdiction, and report demolition data and relevant information on a regular basis.

4. Relevant departments. For illegal buildings confirmed according to law, real estate registration agency may not conduct property right registration or house rental registration procedure; planning and land resources administration department may not transact the land use procedure; industry and commerce administration and health departments may not transact production or operation registration or permission procedure; water, electricity and gas supply departments may not transaction water, electricity or gas supply procedure. For illegal buildings that must be demolished according to law, housing administration, planning and land resources, industry and commerce administration, health, and public security departments shall timely revoke relevant certificates according to law.

Construction administrative department shall, according to law, investigate and handle illegal construction act of construction units erecting illegal buildings.

Public security department shall organize police officers to strengthen the maintenance of public order at the demolition scene, and, according to law, stop and investigate legal liability of any act that hinders working personnel from executing the demolition work or adversely affects personal safety of working personnel.

District Legislative Affairs Office shall timely examine and verify administrative cases where demolition implementation departments apply to District Government for compulsory execution of the demolition of illegal buildings.

For Party and government leading cadres who have illegal buildings constructed and refuse to make rectification and demolition within a given period of time, Organization Department of District Party Committee and District Supervision Bureau shall prosecute their liabilities subject to “Interim Provisions for the Accountability of Party and Government Leading Cadres”. If district-level State organs, public institutions and State-owned enterprises and their employees engaged in public affairs, organizations authorized by State administrative organs by law to engage in public affairs management activities and their employees engaged in public affairs commit the foregoing acts, District Supervision Bureau shall resolutely handle such issues accordingly to law upon receipt of relevant report.

 

III. WORK REQUIREMENTS

(I) Shift check points forward and strengthen patrolling and detection.

District Demolition Office shall strengthen organization, leadership, supervision and inspection of the District’s work on the demolition of illegal buildings. Each sub-district/town shall perform its duty of territorial management. Demolition implementation department shall perform their administrative duties according, and under centralized leadership of the sub-district/town and with support from sub-district/town “large joint duty and large linkage” platform and such organizations as property management companies and residents’ committees, establish and improve the patrolling network and prevention & detection mechanism against new illegal buildings, and timely and effective dissuade and stop illegal construction acts.

District Demolition Office shall organize all demolition implementation departments and all sub-districts/towns to strengthen the publicity of relevant laws and regulations at communities, public spaces, enterprises’ production and operating venues and widely guide the people to take an active part in the administration and control of illegal buildings.

(II) Conduct departmental-regional linkage and strengthen collaboration.

District Demolition Office, demolition implementation departments and all sub-districts/towns shall designate liaison officers and practically stop the problem of disconnection and lack of communication in the demolition work. Housing administration office, city administration detachment and district planning & land resources and law enforcement brigade (liaison officer) resident at each sub-district/town must specify personnel with law enforcement qualifications and obey unified leadership and command of the corresponding sub-district/town. Each sub-district/town shall effectively integrate working resources within its jurisdiction, assist demolition implementation departments in investigating illegal buildings and organizing daily demolition work including patrolling detection, onsite verification, dissuasion, stoppage and assistance in demolition of illegal buildings under construction. District Demolition Office shall strengthen overall planning of demolition work resources, establish an effective coordination work mechanism, push forward the work of demolishing existing illegal buildings at measured steps according to relevant plans, and provide guidance and service at all relevant sub-districts/towns.

(III) Make concerted efforts to strengthen quick handling.

All departments including sub-districts/towns, demolition implementation departments, property management companies and residents’ committees shall timely handle the complaints detected during patrol or directly received, and may not delay the handling with the excuse of awaiting orders from superior departments. For illegal buildings under construction, the relevant sub-district/town demolition office shall, within 2 hours after receipt of the complaint, send its employees to rush to the site for verification, and demolition implementation departments shall order the actor to stop construction immediately and investigate and collection evidence about illegal construction and urge the illegal constructor to make rectification on its own. For anyone who refuses to make correction, under organization of sub-district/town demolition office, relevant departments and units shall take necessary measures to stop illegal acts and help make corrections.

For illegal building demolition cases under compulsory execution, demolition implementation departments shall conduct such execution according to legal procedures and formulate a demolition plan and scheme. For complicated significant cases, District Demolition Office shall take the lead in assisting demolition implementation departments to improve the demolition proposals, coordinate and ensure the provision of demolition techniques and other measures to guarantee safety and stability.

 

IV. WORK GUARANTEE

(I) Team management

Demolition implementation departments shall select employees with high political qualities, high skills and law enforcement qualifications to reside and work at District Demolition Office and district demolition task forces, and those employees shall be subject to periodical rotation. The quantity of employees thus sent shall include 3 persons from District Housing Administration Bureau, 2 persons from District Planning and Land Resources Bureau, and 16 persons from District City Administration and Law Enforcement Bureau.

Demolition implementation departments shall strengthen work training and guidance for their dispatched personnel. District Demolition Office shall strengthen performance evaluation of resident personnel, and the results of such evaluation will be one of main bases for annual evaluation of relevant personnel by demolition implementation departments.

(II) Expense guarantee

Demolition work expenses will be included District Government’s annual fiscal budget and be used for the designated purpose. Demolition work expense items include demolition engineering, labor cost, business routine, case handling equipment, training & exchange, social publicity, commendations and rewards, and the like. Each sub-district/town shall include annual demolition work expenses (including conflict resolution and poverty relief) in its fiscal budget. District Demolition Office shall assist District Finance Bureau in declaration, use and supervision of work expenses.

(III) Evaluation, reward and punishment

For departments and units including demolition implementation departments and all sub-districts/towns, their work of demolishing illegal buildings will be included in their performance evaluation. District Demolition Office will each year evaluate such indicators as case acceptance & filing rate, on-time arrival rate, handling rate and case-closing rate of the work on demolition of illegal buildings (evaluation method will be separately devised). Subject to confirmation by District Leading Group on the Demolition of Illegal Buildings, evaluation results will be used as important basis for commendation, rewarding and performance evaluation of demolition work, safety-related practical projects and creation of “safe residential quarters” and “civilized residential quarters”.

For any department or individual that performs poorly in facilitating the work of demolishing illegal buildings or deliberately passes the buck on the demolition work, thus affecting the work on demolition of illegal buildings, a notice of criticism on them will be circulated. In severe circumstances, functional departments will prosecute the responsibility of those departments or individuals.

 

V. OTHER PROVISIONS

(I) The present Implementation Opinions are subject to implementation by District Demolition Office. In case of any discrepancy between the present Implementation Opinions and new regulations and requirements of superior departments, the latter shall prevail.

(II) The present Implementation Opinions shall take effect as from the date of publication.

   

Appendixes: 1. Breakdown of Responsibility for Work on Demolition of Illegal Buildings in Xuhui District

          2. Illegal Buildings Handling Flowchart 1

          3. Illegal Buildings Handling Flowchart 2


Appendix 1:

Breakdown of Responsibility for Work on Demolition of Illegal Buildings in Xuhui District

 

No.

Work measure

Main content

Responsible department(s)

Major supportive department(s)

1

Strengthen daily patrol inspection

Patrol inspection over illegal buildings within areas under property management

Sub-district/town

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

Property management companies

Residents’ committee

Patrol inspection over illegal building within areas not under property management

Sub-district/town

Planning and Land Resources Administration

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

Residents’ committee

Highlight source management

Strengthen daily publicity, timely detect illegal buildings under construction, and monitor construction operations at areas prone to illegal construction

Sub-district/town

Planning and Land Resources Administration

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

Property management companies

Residents’ committee

Implement quick handling

Accept complaints or tip-offs within 20 minutes

District Demolition Office

Sub-district/town

Arrive at the scene within 2 hours, learn about actual conditions, and determine parties involved. Local sub-district/town shall notify the law enforcement department to quickly handle the issue with assistance from relevant departments and units

Sub-district/town

Planning and Land Resources Administration

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

Property management companies

Residents’ committee

Investigate the case, collect evidence, interview the party concerned, order immediate demolition or demolition within a given time, take measures like sealing up or sequestration, and strengthen onsite supervision

Planning and Land Resources Administration

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

Sub-district/town

Property management companies

For illegal buildings that fail to be demolished immediately or within a given time and whose construction continues, relevant departments shall, within 3 workdays, organize forces and conduct joint law enforcement to carry out correction or demolition instead

Sub-district/town

Planning and Land Resources Administration

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

District Public Security Bureau

4

Intensify resolution of conflicts

Conflict resolution, stability maintenance through letters and calls, bottom-support guarantee, etc.

Sub-district/town

District Letters and Calls Office

District Public Security Bureau

Residents’ committee

Mediation committee

Take the combination of plugging and channel-off, formulate and improve demolition schemes, effectively reduce the risks of the demolition work

Planning and Land Resources Administration

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

District Demolition Office

Sub-district/town

5

Strengthen comprehensive coordination

Establish a sound work mechanism

Designated jurisdiction, tracking & supervision, organization and coordination

Formulate and guide work process, improve work mechanism

District Demolition Office

Sub-district/town

Planning and Land Resources Administration

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

6

Implement demolition plans

Make best efforts to push forward the District’s demolition work, make demolition plans, break down and implement annual plan on demolition of existing illegal buildings

District Demolition Office

Sub-district/town

Planning and Land Resources Administration

Housing Administration Bureau

City Administration & Law Enforcement Bureau

7

Improve assessment and evaluation

Conduct evaluation and analysis, mete out rewards/punishments, summarize relevant work

District Demolition Office

Sub-district/town

Civilization Office

Comprehensive Administration Office

Supervision Bureau

 

 

 


Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government General Office on Forwarding “Implementation Plan of Xuhui District on Further Promoting Government Procurement of Social Work Service” formulated by District Civil Affairs Bureau

(June 17, 2014)

XuFuBanFa (2014) No.13

 

All relevant commissions, offices and bureaus of district government, all sub-districts and Huajing Town, and all units concerned:

Subject to deliberation and approval by District Government, Implementation Plan of Xuhui District on Further Promoting Government Procurement of Social Work Service” formulated by District Civil Affairs Bureau is now forwarded to you all for your conscientious implementation.

 

 

Implementation Plan of Xuhui District on Further Promoting Government Procurement of Social Work Service

 

According to the spirit of “Implementation Opinions of Xuhui District on Government Procurement of Social Work Service (for Trial Implementation)” (XuFuBanFa (2013) No.18, hereinafter referred to as “Implementation Opinions”), to further advance our District’s government procurement of social work service and practically improve actual effect and scientific management level of government procurement of social work service, this Implementation Plan is hereby formulated.

I. BASIC PRINCIPLES

1. Active, steady and orderly implementation. Start from the real conditions of Xuhui District’s social development and community governance, grasp the requirement for social public service, give full play to government’s leading role, orderly guide social forces to participate in service provision, and develop a composite force to improve public service.

2. Scientific arrangement with stress on actual effect. According to the principle of openness, fairness and impartiality, stick to the practice of “funds going along with tasks”, choose social forces undertaking government-procured social work service through competitive selection, practically improve utilization efficiency of financial funds, and ensure actual effect of government-procured social work service.

3. Mechanism improvement through reform and innovation. In conjunction with the transformation of government functions, actively promote a healthy development of government procurement of social work service, adhere to the principle of “every department is responsible for its own areas and issues and for services procured by it”, and accelerate the formation of a new mechanism for government procurement of social work service. Strengthen supervision, inspection and scientific evaluation, establish a dynamic adjustment mechanism featuring selection of the very best social organizations, and improve growth environment of social organizations.

II. DIVISION OF RESPONSIBILITY

1. Joint Meeting. Xuhui District’s Joint Meeting on Government Procurement of Social Work Service (hereinafter referred to as “Joint Meeting”) comprise 9 departments including District Social Construction Office, District Government General Office, District Commission Office of Public Sector Reform, District Civil Affairs Bureau (Administration Bureau of NGOs), District Finance Bureau, District Development and Reform Commission, District Institutional Affairs Administration (District Government Procurement Center), District Supervision Bureau, and District Auditing Bureau. Joint Meeting will have its office (hereinafter referred to as “Joint Meeting Office”) at District Civil Affairs Bureau (Administration Bureau of NGOs). Joint Meeting will, in accordance with the requirement of government procurement of social work service, finalize the “Catalogue of Xuhui District on Social Work Service Projects under Government Procurement” (hereinafter referred to as “Project Catalogue”) and  proposed projects, and Joint Meeting Office will release results in a centralized fashion. Joint Meeting Office is responsible for online whole-process management, tracking and recording of all projects.

2. Functional departments. Generally speaking, all relevant commissions, offices and bureaus of district government and people’s organizations including federation of industry & commerce, youth league committee, women’s federation, and disabled persons’ federation, will determine level-2 and level-3 catalogues according to laws, regulations and their respective responsibilities as well as functional transformation and work requirements; meanwhile, strengthen business guidance, supervision and evaluation over procurement entities, and examine and verify proposed projects submitted by procurement entities.

3. Procurement entities. They generally refer to District administrative organs and public institutions that are managed with reference to Civil Servant Law and possess administrative management functions. Mass organizations that are included in administrative establishment management and whose funds are undertaken by government finance may provide public service through service procurement according to actual requirement. Procurement entities will report specific proposed projects according to the “Project Catalogue” published for current year and based on the requirement and work realities of functional departments.

III. CONTENT OF PROCUREMENT

The content of government procurement of social work service shall be determined as a whole according to related laws & regulations, according to the spirit of documents by superior departments and the requirement of transformation of government functions as well as the implementation of the “Implementation Opinions”. For public service that shall be directly provided by the government and may not be undertaken by social forces, and service items beyond the scope of government responsibility, the government may not procure such services from social forces. Project Catalogue is subject to annual dynamic adjusted based on work requirement.

IV. WORK PROCESS

Joint Meeting Office will launch an information platform on government procurement of social work service, and all procurement entities, functional departments and Joint Meeting will, through the information platform, operate work process of procurement service online, and reduce approval links and improve working efficiency through flat design. Joint Meeting Office is responsible for construction and routine maintenance of the information platform.

In accordance with “Implementation Opinions” and related operating rules, the District’s government procurement of social work service generally has 5 work processes. Their operation details are improved as follows:

1. Determination of catalogues. The catalogue of procurement projects falls into three following levels:

Level-1 catalogue generally refers to service areas, which will be determined by Joint Meeting in accordance with laws, regulations and relevant requirement of transformation of government functions. For example, “Implementation Opinions” currently determines three major areas, namely “social service area, social affairs area, other area”.

Level-2 catalogue is determined in accordance with government functions, such as civil affairs, disabled persons’ federation and health. Catalogue names correspond to the names of functional departments.

Level-3 catalogue refers to service types or their extensions, which will be determined by functional departments in accordance with the scope and requirement of their tasks and functions as well with their annual central tasks, such as eldercare service, medical service and employment service. Eldercare service may be further broke down into dining service for senior citizens, education for senior citizens, daytime care for senior citizens.

Project Catalogue will be proposed by functional departments on the information platform and be finalized by Joint Meeting before being disclosed by Joint Meeting Office in a centralized manner.

2. Project approval. Procurement entities shall, according to the published catalogue at three levels, form and report to higher authority the projected proposed for procurement in the following year, and fill in certain reporting forms with specific project elements on the information platform. Subject to verification by functional departments and approval by Joint Meeting, and subject to reporting for approval by District Finance Bureau according to the requirement of department budget preparation and review, approved projects will be disclosed by Joint Meeting Office.

3. Project procurement. All procurement entities will conduct procurement according to relevant procurement methods, complete procurements and sign corresponding contracts. Afterwards, relevant procurement documents and contracts will be submitted to Joint Meeting Office for record through information platform, and Joint Meeting Office will then disclose procurement results.

4. Project implementation. Procurement entities will, according to the requirements of project contracts, supervise and urge the objects of procurement (social organizations or units undertaking project implementation) to report on project progress on a quarterly basis, and do a good job in tracking, guidance and supervision. Joint Meeting may make supervision in good time.

5. Project evaluation. Procurement entities will organize interim, final or annual project evaluation in accordance with evaluation methods and schemes determined during project approval. Project evaluation may be conducted by procurement entities on their own, or be performed by third-party institutions recommended or commissioned by Joint Meeting Office. Leaders and representatives of People’s Congress, CPPCC, audit, and functional departments may be invited to participate in project evaluation. Evaluation reports will be submitted via the information platform to Joint Meeting Office for record, and Joint Meeting Office will supervise and disclose evaluation results in good time.

V. WORK REQUIREMENTS

1. Unify understanding and specify responsibilities. Pushing forward government procurement of social work service is an important task for guaranteeing and improving people’s wellbeing and is a significant initiative for transforming government functions. All related departments and sub-districts shall, according to the requirement of relevant documents, further specify the division of responsibility, strengthen departmental-regional linkage and coordination & communication among departments, and form a composite force for facilitating the work.

2. Improve mechanisms and exert strict supervision. Relevant procurement, evaluation and supervision mechanisms shall be improved according to the requirement of government leading, departments taking charge, social participation, and joint supervision. Through use of online information platform, online open management and supervision model can be realized to form public and transparent work environment and ensure standardized and orderly implementation of the work.

3. Strengthen organization and ensure fulfillment. According to the requirement that government procurement of social work service in our district shall adopt the method of concerted finance, the overall work process of procurement service will be geared to financial budget management procedure. As a rule, the collection of project requirement for procurement service will be initiated as from each May. Project Catalogue will be formed by the first ten-day period of June. Proposed projects will be reported to higher authority simultaneously with the “first submission” of financial budget, and procurement projects will be adjusted and adjusted simultaneously with the “second submission” of financial budget. For projects within current year, project requirement and procurement method shall be generally determined within 1 month after budget approval. Project procurement activities will be completed prior to the end of April, and relevant projects will be officially initiated by the first ten-day period of May. All procurement entities and relevant departments shall, according to time nodes and operation steps of online platform, designate their leaders in charge and liaison officers for government procurement of services and provide necessary assistance at all stages of procurement service.


Notice of Shanghai Xuhui District People’s Government General Office on Printing and Distributing Responsibility Adjustment of Leadership Team of District Government

(June 25, 2014)

XuFuBanFa (2014) No.14

All relevant commissions, offices and bureaus of district government, all sub-districts and Huajing Town, and all units concerned:

In accordance with work requirement and subject to deliberation and decision by District Government, the responsibilities of leadership team of District Government are partially adjusted. The adjustment to responsibilities of leaders is now printed and distributed to you all for communication and liaison.

 

Responsibility Adjustment of Leadership Team of District Government

 

Bao Bingzhang, Acting District Mayor: Leads the overall work of District Government.

Zhang Xi, Deputy District Mayor: Oversees development and reform, financial issues, statistics, prices, cooperation & exchange, foreign affairs, Hong Kong and Macau related affairs, and handling of suggestions and proposals. Assists in overseeing public finance, taxation, and State-owned assets (collective assets).

Han Liming, Deputy District Mayor: Serves concurrently as director of District Public Security Bureau. Oversees such work as population comprehensive management, fire safety, road traffic safety, and comprehensive treatment of social management.

Zhu Chenggang, Deputy District Mayor: Oversees education, health and family planning, medical insurance, food and drug administration, industry and commerce, quality supervision, work safety, women and children, Red Cross, and archives. Liaises with mass organizations including trade unions, youth leagues and women’s federations.

Wang Hongzhou, Deputy District Mayor: Oversees science and technology, IPR, commercial affairs (investment promotion), culture, sports, tourism, Taiwan related affairs, ethnic groups and religion, and overseas Chinese affairs. Liaises with Publicity Department of District Party Committee, United Front Work Department of District Party Committee, and Federation of Industry and Commerce.

Wang Jue, Deputy District Mayor: Oversees regional, judicial, human resources, social security, civil affairs, supervision, electronic government, legislative affairs, information disclosure, People’s armed forces, letters and calls and social stability. Assists in overseeing audit work. Liaises with Political and Legislative Affairs Committee of District Party Committee and the People’s Liberation Army Xuhui District Garrison.

Xu Jian, Deputy District Mayor: Oversees urban construction and  management, planning and land resources administration, housing, water affairs, traffic, greening & city appearance, city administration, environmental protection, civil defense, flood control, typhoon control, and earthquake relief.

The Director of District Government General Office assists District Mayor in overseeing Institutional Affairs Administration.