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Resolution of the Council of Ministers no. 29/90, of 13 of August13.08.1990
Published in D.R. number 29 (Series I) of 13 August 1990
Presidência do Conselho de Ministros (Presidency of the Council of Ministers)
Resolução do Conselho de Ministros (Resolution of the Council of Ministers)
The fulfilment of joint executive order of the Ministry of Housing and Public Works and Transports and Communications of December 31, 1979 about the rationalisation, security and management of the State telephone installations, published in Diário da República (Journal of the Republic), II Series, no. 46 of February 25, 1980, was charged to General Direction of National Buildings and Monuments which has performed the task together with the telecommunications company operators (CTT and TLP).
Whereas there are already elapsed 10 years over the application of that executive order, during which were got the best lessons;
Whereas the necessity to review the norms concerning the application, installation and maintenance of the telephone and telex installations and of other remote communications means foreseen in the Cabinet Resolution of 29 May;
Whereas it is advantageous to complete the provisions of that diploma in order to obtain effective enhancements in Public Administration communications:
Under the terms of section a) of article 202 of the Constitution, the Cabinet has made the following decision:
1. The Norms Relating to Use of Telecommunications by State Services appended to and forming an integral part of this resolution are hereby approved and applicable to all services having telecommunications means which should be considered as being at State service.
2. The joint executive order of the Ministry of Housing and Public Works and Transports and Communications of December 31, 1979, published in Diário da República (Journal of the Republic), II series, no. 46 of February 25, 1980 is hereby revoked.
NORMS RELATING TO USE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS BY STATE SERVICES
A - Definitions
For the intents and purposes of present resolution should be understood as:
a. Telecommunications in State services, the set of telecommunications means installed in the different State departments for their own use;
b. State Telephones, the ones that are assigned to personalities that under the law terms are entitled to it and with free of charge utilisation;
c. Personal telephones, the ones that are installed at civil servants' houses that have the privilege of a participation in the corresponding charges according to the established rules for each governmental departments.
B - In new or reconstructed buildings
1. Infrastructure installations:
The buildings to be constructed or rebuilt should be provided with telephone infrastructures according to the provisions of Decree Law nr. 146/87 of March 27 and corresponding Regulation of Subscriber Telephone Installations (RITA) established by Regulatory Decree nr. 25/87 of April 8.
C - In existing buildings
1. Installation requests
1.1 - The requests for new telecommunications installations and changes to existing ones [telephone service, including public land mobile services, telex, telefax, leased circuit services and data transmission services] should be, according to what is internally established for each governmental service or department, presented:
a. To Centre of State Telephone Affairs which operates near the General Direction of National Buildings and Monuments; or
b. Directly to the telecommunications company operators and in this case, the entity mentioned in the preceding article shall be notified;
1.2- When the telecommunications installations are intended to office service of the entities mentioned in section b) of point A of the present resolution or for classified buildings, the requests must be always presented at Centre of State Telephone Affairs;
1.3 - The requests are made via an official letter that has to be authenticated with a blank seal over the signature of the petitioning entity responsible, jointly with the demanded documents by each situation;
1.4 - Each request should only deal with the telecommunications installations of the same address or interconnected with it;
1.5 - The telecommunications installation requests should have the necessary data to its proper identification and execution by the responsible entity that should perform it.
1.6 - The Government member with competence in the telecommunications area may, through an executive order, determine the data that should figure in the application form.
2. Contractual alterations:
2.1 - When the State entities intend to dismantle the telecommunications installations either due to building abandonment or any other reason, they should previously ensure if these installations still remain at State service in view to proceed with the transfer of the service entitlement right or to the alteration of subscriber s name.
2.2 - Should the buildings remain at State service, the application for contractual alteration when the departments involved are from different ministries should be accompanied by a transfer request of the interested party and a desistance declaration of the entity in which name is established the telecommunications service contract; for departments of the same ministry, the respective general secretariat should forward the request;
2.3 - The requests for contractual entitlement alterations should always mention the ministry to whom belongs the subscriber department.
3. State telephones:
3.1 - The telephones classified as State ones are assigned to personalities entitled to it and during the performing period of their functions;
3.2 - Ministry general-secretariats should communicate directly to the telecommunications company operators, with copy to Centre of State Telephone Affairs, the occurred telephone alterations of the governmental staff, remaining responsible for resulting charges due to their out of time communications.
3.3 - Centre of State Telephone Affairs should provide the correct performance of the requests.
4. Personal telephones:
4.1 - In the cases relating to personal telephones should be applied the specific executive orders of each governmental departments;
4.2 - The telecommunications company operators should always be informed when occur alterations in these telephones up to 10 days after its effective date;
4.3 - The personal telephones that are registered in the entity s name to whom the civil servant works may be transferred to his possession with the charge of the fees in force when the installation reason ceases to exist.
5. Directory records:
5.1 - The different State organisms, up to 20 days before the deadlines mentioned in nr. 5.3, should forward to the telecommunications company operators, with copy to their respective ministry general-secretariats, the lists containing the subscriber designation and the numbers of the access posts to the telecommunications services [ telephones, telex, telefax, data transmission] of all services that work under its ambit including the manner and the order as those posts should appear recorded in the directories that are published every year, within the standards in force concerning the figurative insertion in telephone directories or other telecommunications service directories;
5.2 - In the mentioned data of the preceding number, the State services should always indicate the governmental entities to which they belong;
5.3 - The listings with the indication of the occurred alterations as of the publication of the last directories should be forwarded to the telecommunications company operators within the deadlines fixed by them;
5.4 - The General Direction of Public Administration should provide to the telecommunications company operators all the necessary information and clarifications relating to the organic structure of the Public Administration during the preparation of the directories.
Presidency of the Cabinet, July 26, 1990. - The Prime Minister, Aníbal António Cavaco Silva.
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