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2015 Weihai Institute of Technology Final Account
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I. Main functions of Weihai Institute of Technology
It is a higher technical college with the main goal of training technicians and senior workers, and also undertakes the task of training highly skilled personnel of in-service workers of enterprises and teachers of various vocational education and training institutions.
II. Composition of the College
There are 17 functional departments in Weihai College of Technology, namely, Department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Department of Vehicle and Ship, Department of Service, Department of Higher Vocational Education, Department of Moral Education, Department of Practical Training, Department of Cooperative Education, Department of Social Training, Office, Department of Political Affairs, Department of Academic Affairs, Department of Students, Office of New Major Development, Office of Admissions, Office of Supervision, Department of General Affairs and Department of Security.
2015 departmental accounts table
2015 departmental accounts and description of important matters
I. Explanation of the 2015 departmental accounts
(A) The overall situation of income and expenditure accounts
The total income in 2015 was RMB 2.869 million (including RMB 2.869 million for the current year), including: financial appropriation income of RMB 25.709 million and business income of RMB 2.36 million .
The total expenditure in 2015 was RMB 28.069 million (including current year expenditure of RMB 28.069 million), including
Education expenditure of 27.708 million yuan, social security and employment expenditure of 0.10 million yuan, other expenditure of 0.36 million yuan, and the year-end carry-over and balance of 0 million yuan.
(2) Overall situation of financial appropriation income and expenditure accounts
The final account of financial appropriation income in 2015 totaled 25.709 million yuan, including: total financial appropriation income for the year 25.709 million yuan, including general public budget financial appropriation 25.349 million yuan, governmental fund budget financial appropriation 360,000 yuan; carryover and balance of financial appropriation at the beginning of the year 0 million yuan, including general public budget financial appropriation 0 million yuan, governmental fund budget financial appropriation 0 million yuan.
The final account of financial appropriation expenditure in 2015 totaled 25.709 million yuan, and the details of the expenditure are as follows.
1, education expenditure of 25.349 million yuan, mainly for salary and welfare expenditure of 14.222 million yuan, goods and services expenditure of 987,000 yuan, subsidies to individuals and families of 1.538 million yuan, project expenditure of 8.602 million yuan (mainly for classroom apartment building workshop maintenance, student internship, provincial demonstration group project, etc.).
2、Expenditure of governmental fund is RMB 360,000.
3、Year-end carry-over and balance of 0 million yuan.
(III) The final account of general public budget financial appropriation expenditure
The expenditure of general public budget financial appropriation in 2015 was 25.349 million yuan, which was 4.61 million yuan higher than the budget at the beginning of the year, mainly due to the increase of salary and welfare expenditure.
(IV) The final account of the basic expenditure of the general public budget financial appropriation
The final account of basic expenditure of general public budget financial appropriation in 2015 is 16.747 million yuan, including personnel expenses and public expenses, and the expenditure details are as follows.
Personnel expenses 15.76 million yuan, mainly including: basic salary, allowances, bonuses, social security contributions, meal subsidies, performance pay, other salary and welfare expenses, retirement, retirement, pension, living allowance, medical expenses, scholarships, incentives, housing fund, other subsidies to individuals and families expenses, etc.
The public expenses of RMB 987,000 mainly include: office expenses, printing expenses, consulting expenses, handling fees, water expenses, electricity expenses, postage and electricity expenses, heating expenses, property management expenses, travel expenses, overseas travel expenses, repair (maintenance) expenses, rental expenses, conference expenses, training expenses, official reception expenses, special material expenses, labor expenses, commissioned business expenses, labor union expenses, welfare expenses, official vehicle operation and maintenance expenses, other transportation expenses, other Goods and services expenses .......
(V) Governmental fund budget financial appropriation income and expenditure accounts
In 2015, the governmental fund budget financial appropriation carryover and balance at the beginning of the year was 0 million yuan; the current year's income was 360,000 yuan; the current year's expenditure was 360,000 yuan, which was 0 million yuan more (or less) than the budget at the beginning of the year.
II. Description of important matters
(I) Explanation of the operating expenses of the organ
Weihai Institute of Technology is an institution not managed by reference to the civil service law, and has no operating expenses.
(B) Explanation of government procurement expenditure
The amount of government procurement in this department in 2015 was 4.99 million yuan, including: government procurement of goods amounted to 3.57 million yuan, government procurement of engineering amounted to 1.42 million yuan, and government procurement of services amounted to 0 million yuan. The amount of contracts awarded to small and medium-sized enterprises was RMB 3.83 million, accounting for 77% of the total government procurement expenditure, of which: the amount of contracts awarded to small and medium-sized enterprises was RMB 0 million, accounting for 0% of the total government procurement expenditure.
(iii) Description of the occupation of state-owned assets.
As of December 31, 2015, the department had a total of 2 vehicles, including 1 vehicle for leading cadres and 1 vehicle for general official use, and 0 units of large equipment worth more than 2 million yuan (sets).
(D) the general public budget financial allocation "three public" expenditure
1, "three public" expenditure and the reasons for the increase or decrease
In 2015, the final account of "three public" expenses of Weihai Institute of Technology was 295,000 yuan, including 0 million yuan for overseas travel, 200,000 yuan for the purchase and operation and maintenance of official vehicles, and 95,000 yuan for official reception.
In 2015, the final budget of the "three public" expenses decreased by 0.5 million yuan compared with the budget at the beginning of the year, including: the purchase and operation of official vehicles remained the same in 2015, and the official reception expenses decreased by 0.5 million yuan.
2, "three public" expenses related to the situation description
In 2015, the use of financial allocations to arrange 0 units, a total of 0 groups abroad (overseas), 0 people.
Official vehicle acquisition and operation and maintenance costs refer to the unit's official vehicle acquisition costs (including vehicle purchase tax) and rental costs, fuel costs, repair costs, road and bridge costs, insurance costs and other expenses. In 2015, Weihai Institute of Technology used the financial allocation to purchase 0 official vehicles; the operation and maintenance expenses of official vehicles amounted to 200,000 yuan. Mainly used for fuel, maintenance, insurance, etc.
In 2015, all official receptions were domestic official receptions, mainly for students' appraisal examinations, with a total of 9 batches and 123 people 9 times (including 33 people for 3 days, 40 people for 4 days, 20 people for 15 days, 16 people for 6 days and 14 people for 1 time).
I. Financial allocation income: refers to the departmental income formed by the provincial financial allocation. In accordance with the unified regulations and requirements of the Ministry of Finance, the financial allocations reflected in the provincial departmental accounts include general public budget allocations and governmental fund budget allocations.
Second, the higher subsidies income: refers to the non-financial subsidies income obtained by the institutions from the competent departments and higher units.
Third, business income: refers to the income obtained from professional business activities and their auxiliary activities. Including the actual education fees received by the institutions from the financial account.
Operating income: refers to the income obtained from non-independent business activities carried out by institutions outside of professional business activities and their auxiliary activities.
V. Income from affiliated units: refers to the income contributed by the independent accounting units affiliated with the institutions in accordance with the relevant provisions.
Other income: refers to the income obtained by the unit in addition to the above "financial allocation income", "subsidized income from higher levels", "business income", "operating income ", "income from affiliated units" and other income.
If the "operating income" and "other income" are not enough to arrange the current year's expenditure, use the business fund accumulated in previous years (the fund to make up the difference between the income and expenditure of the business unit in the current year after the income and expenditure of the business unit has been offset in accordance with state regulations) To make up for the shortfall of income and expenditure of the current year.
Carryover and balance at the beginning of the year: refers to the funds that have not yet been completed in previous years and are carried over to the current year to continue to be used in accordance with the original purpose, or the balance of funds generated by the completion of the project.
Balance allocation: refers to the business funds and employee welfare funds allocated from the non-financial subsidized balances of the business units in accordance with the provisions of the Accounting System for Business Units.
X. Year-end carryover and balance: refers to the funds carried over to the next year for continued use by the unit in accordance with relevant regulations, or the balance funds generated by completed projects, etc.
Basic expenditure: refers to the expenditure incurred by the unit to ensure the normal operation of its institutions and to complete its daily tasks.
Project expenditure: refers to the expenditure incurred by the unit in addition to the basic expenditure to complete a specific task or business development goals.
XIII. Operating expenses: refers to the expenses incurred by the business unit to carry out non-independent business activities in addition to professional business activities and their auxiliary activities.
XIV, "three public" funds: refers to the provincial departments with financial allocations arranged for overseas travel (overseas), the purchase and operation of official vehicles and official reception expenses. Among them, the official travel abroad (overseas) reflects the unit's official travel (overseas), meal subsidies, incidental expenses, training fees and other expenditures; official vehicle acquisition and operating expenses reflect the unit's official vehicle acquisition costs (including vehicle purchase tax) and rental fees, fuel costs, maintenance costs, road and bridge expenses, insurance and other expenditures; official reception reflects the unit's expenditure on various types of official reception (including foreign guests reception) in accordance with regulations.
Fifteen, the operating expenses of the organs: refers to the administrative units and reference to the civil service law management of the institutions using the general public budget financial allocations for basic expenses of the daily public expenditure. Mainly includes: office expenses, printing costs, consulting fees, handling fees, water, electricity, postage, heating costs, property management costs, travel expenses, business trip (abroad), maintenance (care) costs, rental costs, conference costs, training costs, official reception costs, special materials, labor costs, commissioned business costs, labor union funds, welfare costs, official vehicle operation and maintenance costs, other transportation costs, other goods and services expenditures, etc. .
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