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Managing Director Office
The tasks of the Managing Director’s Office include developing and supervising the implementation of solutions in the field of human resources management, handling issues arising from the establishment, duration and termination of employees’ employment relationships, including the professional development of employees, organization of apprenticeships and internships, organization of specialist courses and training of Inspection’s inspectors , handling public procurement procedures, running the Office of the Inspectorate, handling matters related to the property management of the Inspectorate as well as warehouse and material management, property administration, providing the right tools and working conditions for the employees of the Chief Inspectorate, keeping the company’s archives, coordinating tasks related to management control, auditing and control and implementation of tasks related to health and safety at work.
National Toll Collection Office
The National Toll Collection System Office prepares plans, strategies and procedures and takes actions to take over the Office by the Chief Inspector, in particular performs tasks related to the takeover and subsequent maintenance of the Office’s ICT infrastructure, the Office’s technology development, acquisition and subsequent maintenance of the Office’s roadside infrastructure, constructs new tools for control activities, maintaining the optimal state of ICT security, taking over and subsequent maintenance of user service processes, financial transaction processing in the Office and Manual Toll Collection processes, managing matters related to management and supervision of fixed and intangible assets of the Office, including management of the economy warehouse and material as well as Office’s properties. In addition, the Office’s tasks include building the Office’s competences and human resources, implementing activities related to entrusting the Office with external, public and private entities, including public procurement procedures, as well as cooperation with the Electronic Toll Control Office in the implementation of tasks related to control of the obligation to pay an electronic toll for travel on domestic roads, the Financial Office in the field of financial settlements, payments, planning of the National Road Fund’s receipts and expenditure for the implementation of tasks related to the Office, as well as property records in the Office and the Director General’s Office in the field of public procurement and recruitment related to the takeover of the Office.
Electronic Toll Collection Inspection Office
The Electronic Toll Collection Inspection Office develops the strategy, plans and procedures for the control of electronic toll collection, and analyses data from the electronic toll collection system to the extent necessary for the implementation of tasks related to detection and disclosure of violations of the law, as well as adverse events for the State Treasury and behaviour of national roads’ users; monitors the dislocation of Mobile Control Units and formulates conclusions for the implementation of control tasks; controls the obligation to pay electronic toll for passage on national roads and administrative proceedings at first instance, including proceedings in extraordinary modes under the provisions of the Administrative Code, excluding matters belonging to the Legal Bureau, International Transport Office, Financial Office and Cabinet of the Chief Inspector and conducts proceedings in cases concerning petty offenses, resulting from the control of the obligation to pay an electronic toll for passage on national roads, takes steps to enforce imposed fines for violations related to the control of electronic toll for travel on national roads, and cooperates with the National System Office Collection of Fees in the scope of performing tasks related to the control of the obligation to pay an electronic toll for travel on national roads.
The budget and expenditure of the budget is the property of the Bureau of Finance and Economy; as well as carrying out tasks related to the development of the budget in a task and traditional setting; accounting and financial management of the Inspectorate as well as its financial, accounting and cash register services; creating and supervising the implementation of the remuneration policy and administering the remuneration fund; supervising and monitoring the reporting process in the Inspectorate in the area of financial and budgetary reports; keeping and updating property records as well as support in the timely and correct carrying out of an inventory; conducting affairs regarding the ticket economy and taking actions aimed at enforcing the public and civil law receivables of the Inspectorate with the exception of fines remaining in the property of the Office of Electronic Toll Collection; handling cases related to the issuance of administrative decisions in the first instance regarding the postponement of repayment, repayment of instalments and redemption in full or in part of receivables due to fines and fines imposed by way of a penalty ticket, excluding matters belonging to the Legal Bureau and matters on financial penalties referred to in the Act of 21 March 1985 on public roads (Journal of Laws of 2016, item 1440, 1920, 1948 and 2255 and of 2017 item 191); obtaining funds from the European Union and fulfilling the beneficiary’s obligations in the scope of the merits resulting from the concluded external contracts and other office tasks.
Information Technology and Communications Office
The IT and Communications Office is responsible for the implementation of tasks related to maintaining an efficient and efficient ICT infrastructure, technological development of IT systems, initiating new systems based on functional requirements of other organizational units, monitoring the technical and quantitative status of IT equipment, maintaining the optimal state of ICT security, maintaining a constant, internal and external electronic communication, analysis of ICT needs and related with that preparation of purchase plans and specifications, providing the Inspectorate employees with appropriate IT tools and assistance in the scope of tasks performed.
Inspection Supervision Office
The Inspection Supervision Office prepares the Inspection activities and inspection plans; elaborates Inspection’s monitoring procedures, with the exception of those specifying activities carried out under the electronic toll collection system; conducts control over the correctness of the implementation of the Inspection tasks in the Office of Electronic Toll Collection, voivodship road transport inspectorates and regional agency; on behalf of the Chief Inspector, performs substantive supervision over the control activity of provincial road transport inspectors and the Inspectorate in the scope of electronic toll collection; analyses the implementation of the Inspection tasks resulting from current tasks and guidelines of the Chief Inspector; analyses training needs in the area of training inspectors of the Inspection and develops detailed training programs; ensures compliance with the obligation of the Inspection to cooperate with other services and entities referred to in art. 67 sec. 1 of the Act of 6 September 2001 on road transport; as part of international cooperation, in consultation with the Department of International Cooperation of the Chief Inspector’s Office, ensures participation in the work of selected teams and working groups, and ensures the organization of coordinated controls at the national level; analyses applications for inspections and information on irregularities in road transport, issuing appropriate recommendations for provincial inspectors of road transport and regional agencies; analyses the development needs of ICT systems supporting control activities and participates in the work of the Office of Information Technology and Communications in this area and coordinates the collection of data from the Inspection information systems in the scope of data on control activities in connection with inquiries of domestic entities.
International Transport Office
The International Transport Office is responsible for the implementation of tasks related to the competence of the Chief Inspector in the field of permits to perform the profession of road carrier, Community licenses, driver’s certificates and other transport rights; conducts administrative proceedings, including proceedings for requests for reconsidering a case regarding the requirement of good repute, excluding matters belonging to the Legal Department, the Office of Electronic Toll Collection, the Financial and Economic Office and the Cabinet of the Chief Inspector; performs tasks on behalf of the Chief Inspector in the scope of administrative and technical service of the social commission for the distribution of foreign permits; performs the tasks of the contact point referred to in art. 18 of Regulation (EC) No 1071/2009 of 21 October 2009 laying down common rules concerning the conditions to be complied with to pursue the occupation of road transport operator and repealing Council Directive 96/26 / EC (OJ L 300, 14.11.2009, p. 51 - 71) and performs tasks related to running the national electronic register of road transport entrepreneurs, referred to in art. 16 of this regulation, as well as performs tasks related to the protection of the rights of passengers using road transport as part of the services referred to in Article 6 of the Act of 6 September 2001 on road transport. 2 para. 1 and 2 of the Regulation (EU) No 181/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 February 2011 on the rights of passengers in bus and coach transport and amending Regulation (EC) No. 2006/2004 (Official Journal of the European Union L 55 of 28.02 .2011, page 1), excluding cases from applications for reconsideration of the decision referred to in art. 82e and art. 95b par. 2 of the Act of 6 September 2001 on road transport.
The Legal Office provides legal services to the Inspectorate in the scope of exercising the competence of the Chief Inspector as a public administration authority, conducts administrative appeal proceedings or from the application for reconsidering the case, except for cases regarding requests for reconsideration of the property belonging to the Office of International Transport and the Cabinet of the Chief Inspector as well as conducts proceedings in extraordinary cases under the provisions of the Code of Administrative Procedure, ensures representation of the Chief Inspector in court proceedings and proceedings conducted on the basis of separate regulations, except for matters belonging to the substantive property of the Inspector’s Office, the Financial and Economic Office, the Centre for Automatic Traffic Supervision and regional agancies, ensures, in cooperation with other organizational units of the Inspectorate, handling the participation of the Chief Inspector in the legislative process in the field of provisions regarding road transport and the operation of the Inspection; develops and issues opinions (in terms of legislation and compliance with other internal legal acts) of internal legal acts, prepares draft authorizations and proxies and maintains a register of agreements, authorizations and powers of attorney, and, in consultation with the International Cooperation Department of the Chief Inspector’s Office, ensures participation in work of selected teams and working groups within the framework of international cooperation and provides legal information regarding the control of compliance with the conditions or obligations to perform road transport in connection with the submission of an application, within the meaning of art. 63 of the Code of Administrative Procedure.
Chief Inspector's Cabinet
The Office of the Chief Inspector provides organizational support for the Chief Inspector, Deputy Chief Inspector and advisory and consultative teams operating at the Chief Inspector, coordinates legal assistance provided to the Chief Inspector, Deputy Chief Inspector and General Director, including representation before common courts, except for cases belonging to the properties of the Legal Bureau and the Centre for Automatic Supervision of Traffic (only misdemeanours), coordinates the defence preparation process, performs crisis management and civil defence tasks, coordinates and supervises matters related to handling the Chief Inspector’s cooperation with international organizations, coordinates tasks connected with the international cooperation of the Inspection, oversees matters related to the correct and timely handling of complaints and applications, in cooperation with other organizational units prepares response projects of the Chief Inspector to inquiries, desiderata and parliamentary interpellations regarding the work of the Inspectorate and the Inspection, as well as coordinates the provision of public information, occurrences related to lobbying activities, information and promotion activities, contacts with the media; with the help of the Plenipotentiary for protection of classified information, he performs tasks in the Inspectorate resulting from the Act of 5 August 2010 on the protection of classified information (Journal of Laws of 2010 No. 182, item 1228, as amended) and tasks concerning information marked as “Fiscal secret”, referred to in the Act of 28 September 1991 on Fiscal Control (Journal of Laws of 2015, item 553, as amended).
Information and Promotion Office
The Information and Promotion Office is responsible for conducting media policy and implementation of tasks related to educational, promotional and information activities of the Inspectorate and Inspection, in particular: coordinates internal and external communication of the Inspectorate and Inspection, administers and supervises the development and social profiles of the Inspectorate and is responsible for coordinating the conduct of the Public Information Bulletin of the Inspectorate, develops promotion and communication strategies and creates information policy of the Inspectorate, implements programs promoting the effects of the Inspection tasks and disseminating information about the Inspection activities, prepares press materials and messages to the media, prepares and operates conferences, seminars and other types of meetings , organised by the Chief Inspector, conducts matters related to the participation of the Inspectorate in events organised by external institutions, plans and prepares the participation of the Inspection in fairs, exhibitions and other promotional events, builds a positive image and maintains relations with stakeholders and partners of the Inspectorate, cooperates with other organizational units of the Chief Inspectorate to provide information about their activities to the public, is responsible for building and maintaining the positive image of the Inspection in the media. It provides information and a media-related issue related to the take-over and maintenance of National Toll Collection System by the Chief Inspectorate, including the implementation of information meetings, and takes care of a positive public perception of the task. Prepares and supervises the implementation of the information and promotion campaign strategy in consultation with representatives of National Toll Collection System, prepares a flowchart of information and promotion activities, builds a positive message in the media and the image of the Chief Inspector as a new fee collector, coordinates information and promotion activities undertaken by National Toll Collection System.
Road Traffic Automatic Supervision Centre (CANARD)
The Road Automatic Supervision Centre performs tasks related to the disclosure by traffic registration devices of violations of traffic regulations in the scope of exceeding the speed limit and non-compliance with traffic signals, conducting proceedings in violation cases related to non-compliance with speed limits and traffic lights disclosed by recording devices, cooperation with road managers in the scope of installation and removal of recording devices, installation and maintenance of recording devices located in the road lane of selected road types, cooperation with local government units in the field of automatic traffic supervision system, cooperation with domestic and foreign institutions in order to monitoring of the latest solutions for the automatic monitoring of traffic.
The regional agency of the Inspectorate performs in its territorial area of activities, in particular tasks in the field of: revealing traffic violations in the field of exceeding the speed limit and not complying with light signals, carrying out actions in violation cases related to non-compliance with speed limit and traffic lights, disclosed by means of recording devices, cooperation with road managers in the field of installation and removal of recording devices, installation and maintenance of recording devices located in the road belt of selected road types, cooperation with local government units in the scope of functioning of the automatic traffic supervision system, as well as mobile control of the obligation to pay an electronic toll for tolling on national roads, conducted in particular in relation to entities cal. The regional agency of the Inspectorate also performs other tasks resulting from the Act of 6 September 2001 on road transport and other legal regulations, indicated by the Chief Inspector. The structure of the agency is non-departmental.