Regulations on the interstate system for cataloging supplies of the armed forces of the States members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization

APPROVED
By decision of the Collective Security Council
Collective Security Treaty Organization
dated December 20, 2011
“On the Interstate
supplies cataloging system
armed forces of member states
Collective Security Treaty Organizations

Position
about the interstate cataloging system
supplies of the armed forces of the member states
Collective Security Treaty Organization

This Regulation defines the goals, objectives, main directions of work, structure, order of organization, functioning and financing of the interstate system of cataloging supplies of the armed forces of the States members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (hereinafter - CSTO).

I. Basic terms

Terms in this Provision mean:

Parties - CSTO member states, participants of the interstate cataloging system;

the subject of supply is armament, military and special equipment, components, spare parts and accessories, special equipment, simulators, military technical and other property, dual-use products;

cataloging - works on a uniform description of the supplies of the armed forces, assigning them unique numbers and documenting this information in the form of a catalog of supplies, which are in operation and stored;

catalog of supplies - supplies systematized by functional and constructive features and their catalog descriptions regardless of their industry affiliation;

Interstate cataloging system - an ordered set of organizational structure, documents and information technologies that provide for the cataloging of supplies of the armed forces of the Parties ;

information system of the interstate cataloging system - an organizationally ordered set of documents (arrays of documents) and information technologies for collecting, processing, storing, storing, searching and transmitting information, including using computer equipment and communications;

information resources - individual documents and individual arrays of documents, as well as documents and arrays of documents in the information system of the interstate cataloging system;

The external subscriber of the interstate cataloging system is an organization that is a consumer of information resources and is not a member of the interstate cataloging system;

R & D - research and development work.

II. General provisions

2.1. The parties in their activities in the field of cataloging supplies of the armed forces are guided by international legal acts and this Regulation.

2.2. The parties independently determine the organizations, institutions of the ministries of defense and industry, grant them rights and define the duties of coordinating and conducting work in the interstate cataloging system on the basis of proposals from national cataloging authorities and the provisions of paragraph 2.1 of these Regulations.

2.3. Protection of the rights to the results of intellectual activity used and obtained in the course of work on interstate cataloging is carried out within the framework of the national legislation of the Parties in accordance with the Agreement on the Mutual Protection of Rights to the Results of Intellectual Activity Received and Used in the Course of Military-Economic Cooperation within the Organization of the Treaty on collective security dated October 6, 2007.

2.4. The organizational, methodological and informational basis of the interstate cataloging system is the cataloging system of supplies for the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation . The Interstate Center for the Cataloging of Supplies for the Armed Forces of the CSTO Member States (hereinafter referred to as the Interstate Center for Cataloging) is created and operates on the basis of the Cataloging Center of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation .

2.5. Prior to the development of the classifier of the interstate cataloging system, the classification basis is the Unified Interstate Classifier of Supplies for the Armed Forces of the CIS Member States, approved by a decision of the Council of Ministers of Defense CIS  of December 10, 2003. The Interstate Cataloging Center is preparing proposals for classifier adjustments.

III. Purpose, objectives and main areas of work Interstate Cataloging System

3.1. The purpose of creating an interstate cataloging system is to increase the effectiveness of the military-technical cooperation of the Parties in the field of planning, development, development, production, supply, operation (use, use), storage, transportation, sale, repair, utilization and import-export of supplies through targeted management of their nomenclature and quality on the basis of a unified system of formalized description, classification, coding and accounting of supplies.

3.2. The main task of the interstate cataloging system is to create a unified information base on supplies for the Parties, use this base by introducing uniform rules for the accounting of supplies and describing the main tactical, technical, technical and operational characteristics of supplies, their classification, coding and identification, ensuring compatibility and the integration of various systems of material and technical support of the armed forces of the Parties, allowing:

3.2.1. Create a unified information support for the tasks of planning, developing, developing, manufacturing, supplying, operating, repairing, disposing of and importing and exporting weapons, military and special equipment solved by the Ministries of Defense of the Parties in cooperation with industry organizations and government bodies;

3.2.2. Carry out an operational and accurate assessment of the consequences of decision options when adjusting R & D plans due to the availability of complete information on the composition and functional relationships of weapons systems (complexes, samples, means of support, etc.);

3.2.3. Go to a unified automated technical support system and, as a result, to the number registration of each product in use by the Parties with the extensive use of automatic identification tools for tangible assets based on bar codes and RF tags;

3.2.4. Identify similar (identical) components of various weapons, military and special equipment, currently indistinguishable due to the different names and symbols, in order to optimize the placement of orders and determine the structure of industry cooperation;

3.2.5. To increase the effectiveness of the disposal of weapons, military and special equipment through the completeness and improvement of information support for the processes of collecting, processing and analyzing data for the formation and evaluation of the feasibility of relevant programs;

3.2.6. To organize electronic exchange of catalog documents in the interstate cataloging system, which will provide a significant increase in the efficiency of the analysis processes and the formation of planned, accounting, export-import documents;

3.2.7. Interact with other international, regional and national authorities and cataloging systems.

3.3. The main areas of work on the creation of an interstate cataloging system are:

3.3.1. Development of sections of the Interstate Catalog of Supplies;

3.3.2. Development of regulatory and methodological documents of the interstate cataloging system;

3.3.3. Creation of an automated data processing system for supplies of the armed forces of the Parties.

IV. Structure, organization of work and basic functions Interstate cataloging system

4.1. The structure of the interstate cataloging system is presented in application 1 to this Regulation.

4.2. The interstate cataloging system operates at three organizational levels.

4.2.1. At the first level, management, planning and coordination of work on interstate cataloging of supplies is carried out and decisions are made on general cataloging issues, work programs and methodologies, as well as general monitoring of cataloging processes.

The bodies of the first level are the Council of Ministers of Defense of the CSTO and the Interstate Commission for Military-Economic Cooperation of the CSTO.

4.2.2. At the second level, organization, carrying out of works, development and implementation of cataloging processes, separation of catalog information into open (publicly available) and closed (containing information constituting state secrets and official information of limited distribution), as well as the development of organizational and technical measures for the protection of information resources .

The second-tier body is the Interstate Cataloging Center, which is created and operates on the basis of the Cataloging Center of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation .

4.2.3. At the third level, direct organization and carrying out of work on the cataloging of supplies is carried out: the development of cataloging data and their use, as well as the implementation of measures for the protection of catalog information in accordance with national legislation.

The bodies of the third level are the national bodies (centers) of cataloging the Parties.

4.3. The overall management of work on interstate cataloging of supplies is entrusted to the Council of Ministers of Defense of the CSTO.

4.4. The planning and coordination of the Parties' work on interstate cataloging is carried out by the CSTO Interstate Commission for Military-Economic Cooperation.

4.5. The general scientific, technical, methodological guidance and coordination of the work of national bodies (centers) on interstate cataloging of supplies is assigned to the Interstate Cataloging Center.

The structure, order of organization and functioning of the Interstate Cataloging Center are proposed by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, taking into account these Regulations, and are approved by the CSTO Council of Ministers of Defense.

4.6. The structure, functions and order of organization of national cataloging bodies (centers) are determined by each Party independently taking into account these Regulations.

V. Information Resources interstate cataloging system

5.1. In the interstate cataloging system there are three main types of information resources:

created (or acquired) by one Party and in its full ownership in the national cataloging body (center) (hereinafter referred to as its own resources);

jointly created (or acquired) by several Parties and located in the Interstate Cataloging Center (hereinafter referred to as general resources);

transferred by the Party to other Parties on a paid basis and located in the Interstate Cataloging Center (hereinafter referred to as paid resources);

The main interrelations of the interstate cataloging system are presented in Annex 2 to this Regulation.

5.2. Information resources of the interstate cataloging system on the degree of confidentiality and access to them can be either closed (contain information constituting state secrets or information of limited distribution) or open (publicly available).

5.3. In the interstate cataloging system there are two levels of access to information resources of the catalog:

level of access to open information resources;

the level of access to closed information resources (information constituting state secrets or information of limited distribution of the Parties).

Measures to access and protect confidential information resources and exclude unauthorized access to open information resources are carried out in accordance with the Agreement on the mutual security of secret information within the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organization of June 18, 2004 and the national legislation of the Parties.

5.4. Access to information resources of the Interstate Cataloging Center may be carried out by the Parties in accordance with the rules governing the transfer (exchange) and protection of catalog information in the interstate cataloging system.

5.5. Access to the own resources of other Parties is possible only with the permission of the owner of such resources.

5.6. General and special requirements, organizational and technical measures for the protection of information resources of the interstate cataloging system, as well as software and hardware used when working with arrays of documents in this information system must comply with the requirements for protecting the information of the Party in whose territory this data is stored and processed. information, taking into account the rules governing the transfer (exchange) and protection of catalog information in the interstate cataloging system.

VI. Financing the interstate cataloging system and payment for access to paid directory resources

6.1. Funding for general programs in the interstate cataloging system is carried out by the Parties according to the principle of share participation on a contractual basis.

The allocation of the share of each Party is determined when signing the relevant programs, taking into account the number of countries participating in the relevant program, types of work, Party's interest in the results of work on a specific program.

6.2. Financing of the work carried out by national authorities (centers) in the interests of their own armed forces is carried out at the expense of each Party.

6.3. Financing of work on cataloging supplies procured (delivered, transferred, repaired) by the Parties is determined on the basis of the cataloging clause included in the procurement contract (supply, repair) of these supplies.

6.4. The Interstate Cataloging Center is funded by the Russian Federation.

6.5. Financing of the national body (center) of cataloging is carried out by the Party independently.

6.6. For the Parties, access to the information resources of the Interstate Catalog may be free of charge.

6.7. For external subscribers of the interstate cataloging system, information provision services by the Interstate Cataloging Center are chargeable and are subject to restrictions on access to closed information resources.

6.8. The following main forms of payment for access to the paid information resources of the catalog are possible:

subscription fee at a fixed price, jointly determined by the Parties;

payment for each request with the determination of the price by the owner of the information resource in each case.

 



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