The survey includes information on remuneration, bonus and salary supplement, as well as telephone communication, business travel, fuel, automobile repair and diagnostics, and costs of food and restaurant services.
Administrative expenses for State Attorneys for 2018-2019
By Anastasia Sokhadze
Friday, March 6
The main findings of this survey are the remuneration of the state administrations in 2018-2019, the total number of vehicles used by administrations for diagnostics, the fuel purchased in this time, telecommunication expenditures, etc.
The remuneration of the state administrations amounted to 8,212,842 GEL, and it is 1,411,749 higher compared to the similar figure of 2016-2017 (6,801,093 GEL). The total number of 81 vehicles were used by administrations and 521,959 GEL was spent on repair and diagnostics. Telecommunication expenditure was 86,933 GEL when in 2016-2017, it didnít exceed 61,227 GEL. The volume of fuel purchased in 2018-2019 was 505,076 liters.
As of December 31, 2019, there were 267 employees in the 9 administrations of the State Attorney's Office. The salary used for them was 8,212,842 GEL in total, but the bonus and awards on the side amounted to 655,454 GEL. The largest amount of allowances, awards and bonuses were given to Kakheti State Administration - 122,578 GEL. Compared to 2016-2017, the remuneration of public administration has increased since 2018, but the significant reduction in payroll volumes is impossible to leave unnoticed.
The state administrations spent 86,742 GEL for representative expenses, including restaurant services, as well as office drinks (water, tea, coffee) in 2018-2019. Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti State Attorney's Office Spent the Largest Money on Representation Cost, amounting to 22,742 GEL.
In the period of 2018-2019, 86,993 GEL was spent on telephone communications in the administrations of the State Attorney. It is noteworthy that the Kvemo Kartli State Administration has combined the costs of television, intra-city telephone, and internet in the cost of telephone communication.
In total, nine state administrations spent 10,797,168 GEL in 2018-2019.