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INSTITUTIONAL, ORGANIZATIONAL AND PLANNING INFORMATION

Brief historical review.

INSTITUTIONAL

The Cádiz Free Trade Zone is a public law entity linked to or dependent on the General Administration of the State (art. 2.2 i of Law 47/2003, of November 26, General Budget)", specifically dependent on the Ministry of Finance, which has legal personality and therefore, full capacity to carry out any acts that are necessary or convenient for the development and achievement of its object: management and administration of the Free Zones (Cádiz and Bahía de Algeciras); as well as promote, manage and exploit, under private law, directly or associated with other organizations, all assets, of any nature, that are part of its assets and located outside the territory of the Free Zone, that could belong to it by virtue of any admissible title in law, in order to contribute to the development and economic and social revitalization of its area of ​​influence. The Cádiz Free Trade Zone Consortium is managed by the special state delegate, Francisco González Pérez, while the Presidency is held by the mayor of the city. The presidency of the Plenary corresponds to the mayor and that of the Executive Committee to the State delegate, whose daily management is supported by a management team and specialized technical personnel.

The Executive committee It is made up, in addition to the State delegate, by two members of the State, two members of the Cádiz City Council, a member of the Cádiz Customs Administrator and a member of the Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Navigation.

The Plenary It is made up, in turn, in addition to the mayor-president and the Special Delegate who holds the vice-presidency, by three members of the State, by five from the Cádiz City Council, one from the Provincial Council, one from the Port Authority, as well as representatives of the Customs Administration, Chamber of Commerce and Renfe.

The Consortium of Cádiz Free Zone is governed by two government bodies:

  • The Plenary
  • The Executive Committee

Normative

Legal regime applicable to the Cádiz Free Zone Consortium:

Statute and Regulations Consortium of the Cádiz Free Zone (Original)

Statute and Regulations Consortium of the Free Trade Zone of Cádiz (Reusable)

Article 80 of Law 50/1998. Measures for the modification and adaptation of the legal regime of the Consortia of the Free Zone constituted in accordance with the Royal Decree-Law of June 11, 1929, on Bases of Ports, Zones and Free Warehouses.

Law 33/2003, of November 3, on the Assets of Public Administrations. BOE-A-2003-20254 Law 33/2003, of November 3, on the Assets of Public Administrations.

Twenty-third additional provision of Law 33/2003. Patrimonial regime of the Consortiums of the Free Zone

Law 39/2015 Common Administrative Procedure

Law 40/2015 Legal Regime of the Public Sector

Law 9/2017 on Public Sector Contracts

Law 47/2003, of November 26, General Budgetary

Collective agreement

Powers of the Governing Bodies

(26-10-2020) Table of Competences of the Governing Bodies of the Consortium of the Free Trade Zone of Cádiz

(10-26-2020) BOE announcement – Powers of the Governing Bodies of the Cádiz Free Zone Consortium

Permanent hiring table

Permanent hiring table

Equality plan

Equality Plan

RECORD OF DATA PROCESSING ACTIVITIES

Record of personal data processing activities

ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION

Structure

The Plenary It is made up, in turn, in addition to the mayor-president and the Special Delegate who holds the vice-presidency, by three members of the State, by five from the Cádiz City Council, one from the Provincial Council, one from the Port Authority, as well as representatives of the Customs Administration, Chamber of Commerce and Renfe.

  • President: D. Bruno García de León.
  • Vice President: Mr. Francisco González Pérez.
  • Member of the State: Dª. Blanca del Pilar Flores Cueto.
  • Member of the State: Mr. Ignacio Martínez Casas.
  • Member of the State: Mr. Javier Sánchez Rojas.
  • Member of the State: D. Miguel Gómez Martínez.
  • Councilor of the City Council of Cádiz: Mr. Juan José Ortíz Quevedo.
  • Member of the Councilor of Ayto. from Cádiz: Mr. José Manuel Cossi González.
  • Member of the Councilor of Ayto. from Cádiz: Dª. Beatriz Gandullo Sosa.
  • Member of the Councilor of Ayto. from Cádiz: Mr. Oscar Manuel Torres León.
  • Member of the Councilor of Ayto. from Cádiz: Mr. Juan Carlos Paradas García.
  • Member of the Cádiz Chamber of Commerce: Mr. Ángel Juan Pascual.
  • Member of Cádiz Customs Administrator: Ms. Concepción de la Rosa Cordón.
  • Member of the Cadiz Port Authority: Mrs. Teófila Martínez Sáiz.
  • Renfe spokesperson: Mr. Alfonso Vernalte Alonso.
Executive committee:

The Executive committee It is made up, in addition to the State delegate, by two members of the State, two members of the Cádiz City Council, a member of the Cádiz Customs Administrator and a member of the Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Navigation.

  • President: Mr. Francisco González Pérez.
  • Member of the State: Mr. Ignacio Martínez Casas.
  • Councilor of the City Council of Cádiz: Mr. Juan José Ortíz Quevedo.
  • Member of the Councilor of Ayto. from Cádiz: Mr. José Manuel Cossi González.
  • Member of Cádiz Customs Administrator: Ms. Concepción de la Rosa Cordón.
  • Member of the Cadiz Chamber of Commerce: Mr. Ángel Juan Pascual.

Organization chart / Identification of managers

Organization chart (March 2023)

DEE professional profile

REMUNERATION Senior managers and top managers

Remuneration of senior positions (2022)

There are currently no severance payments received by senior officials when leaving office.

Compatibilities

The regime of incompatibilities is regulated in Law 53/1984, of December 26, on incompatibilities of personnel in the service of Public Administrations and in Royal Decree 598/1985, of April 30, on incompatibilities of personnel in the service of the Public Administration. Administration of the State, Social Security and dependent Entities, Organizations and Companies Information on compatibility resolutions can be consulted on the AGE Transparency Portal Compatibilities authorized for employees of the Cádiz Free Trade Zone Consortium Compatibility with private activity
Name Ministry Main activity Main body Main province Supported activity Date of resolution
M.G.,F FINANCE AND PUBLIC FUNCTION TECHNICAL DIRECTOR CADIZ FREE ZONE CONSORTIUM CADIZ SELF-EMPLOYED ARCHITECT 02/10/2019
C.R.,F FINANCE AND PUBLIC FUNCTION RESPONSIBLE FOR INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY CADIZ FREE ZONE CONSORTIUM CADIZ SELF-EMPLOYED INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING WORK 26/07/2019
Currently there are no compatibilities that affect the exercise of public activity. There has been no authorization for private activity due to the dismissal of senior officials. Information updated in March 2023.

PLANNING

Plans and programs. Degree of compliance and results of its strategic and operational plans.

Sanitation plan (2019)

Degree of compliance with the sanitation and stability plan (2023)

LEGAL RELEVANCE

There is no information to publish that implies an interpretation of the law or has legal effects on third parties. Currently there are no documents that must be submitted to public information during their processing

Procedure manuals

Administrative hiring manual

Annex VI.A Model Template ITJ OBRAS

Annex VI.B Schedule Template ITJ SERVICE

Annex VI.C Worksheet MODEL ITJ SUMINISTRO

Patrimonial operations procedure manual

Procedure manual Registration rules

Instructions - social and environmental guide

Regulatory regulation of discharges to the sanitation system

ECONOMIC, BUDGETARY AND STATISTICAL INFORMATION

Centralized contracting

Article 229.2 of Law 9/2017 on Public Sector Contracts (LCSP) establishes that the Cádiz Free Zone Consortium is included in the mandatory scope of centralized contracting. The Centralized Procurement Board, attached to the General Directorate for Rationalization and Centralization of Procurement (DGRCC) is the contracting body for supplies and services declared to be centrally contracted. You can find out the declared supplies and services of centralized contracting poking here.

Contracts

Minor Contracts
Year Link
2018

Minor Contracts (2018)

2019

Minor Contracts (2019)

2020

Minor Contracts (2020)

2021

Minor Contracts (2021)

2022

Minor Contracts (2022)

2023

Minor Contracts (2023)

2024

Contratos Menores (Primer Trimestre 2024)

Major Contracts
Year Link
2018

Major Contracts (2018)

2019

Major Contracts (2019)

2020

Major Contracts (2020)

2021

Major Contracts (2021)

2022

Major Contracts (2022)

2023

Major Contracts (2023)

2024

Contratos Mayores (Primer Trimestre 2024)

* The details of the tender can be consulted at https://contrataciondelestado.es Link to the Public Sector Procurement Platform – Executive committee Link to the Public Sector Procurement Platform – Special State Delegation

Modifications of awarded contracts

Modified
Year Link
2018 without modified
2019 without modified
2020

Modified (2020)

2021 without modified
2022

Modified (2022)

During the detailed years there have been no contracts withdrawn

Distribution of contracts expressed by type of contract and bidding procedure

Distribution of contracts
Year Link
2018

Distribution of contracts (2018)

2019

Distribution of contracts (2019)

2020

Distribution of contracts (2020)

2021

Distribution of contracts (2021)

2022

Distribution of contracts (2022)

2023

Distribución de los contratos (2023)

Agreements, parcels

Agreements
Year Link
2018

Parcels (2018)

Average own commissions (2018)

2019

Agreements (2019)

2020

Agreements (2020)

2021

Agreements (2021)

2022

Parcels (2022)

Agreements (2022)

Link to the AGE Transparency Portal Currently there are no subcontracts derived from parcels.

SUBSIDIES AND PUBLIC AID

The Cádiz Free Zone Consortium has not granted any public aid to third parties.

Grants received (12/31/2021).

BUDGETS

Budgets
Year Link
2020

P&L Budgets (2020)

Annex I. Settlement of the operating budget (2020)

2021

P&L Budgets (2021)

Annex I. Settlement of the operating budget (2021)

2022

P&L Budgets (2022)

2023

P&L Budgets (2023)

ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT REPORTS

Accounts
Year Consolidated Individuals
2018

Consolidated (2018)

Singles (2018)

2019

Consolidated (2018)

Singles (2019)

2020

Consolidated (2020)

Singles (2020)

2021

Consolidated (2021)

Singles (2021)

Audit and control reports. Court of Accounts

The resolutions issued by the Court of Accounts in relation to this Public Entity can be consulted on the website of the Court itself, at the address: Court of Accounts (tcu.es)

patrimonial information

Real estate relationship

REQUEST FOR PUBLIC INFORMATION

The right of access to public information, regulated in the Transparency Law 19/2013, allows any natural or legal person to request any information or documentation that is held by the Cádiz Free Trade Zone Consortium and is not subject to the limitations established in the same Law. The access request procedure will be processed in accordance with the provisions of Title I Chapter III of Law 19/2013 of December 9 on Transparency, Access to Public Information and Good Governance. Consult Citizen's guide to the right of access. The request for information must be submitted through the Transparency Portal of the General State Administration, addressed to the Ministry of Finance and Public Function in the following link. In 2022, four requests for access to public information have been processed, of which two resulted in partial granting of information, based on article 18.1.a, and two denials due to application of the limits of article 14, as provided by article 14.3 of the LTAIBG. Cause for denial of article 14.1 of Law 19/2013
Ministry Affair Date Article Resolution
FINANCE AND PUBLIC FUNCTION Report of the National Transparency Council and the Cádiz Free Zone Consortium of December 2, 2019 25/10/2022 14.1.k

001-072349

FINANCE AND PUBLIC FUNCTION Minutes of the Executive Committees of the Cádiz Free Zone Consortium held on October 31, 2019 and December 2, 2019 25/10/2022 14.1.k

001-072347

OTHER MEANS FOR THE PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION REQUESTS

  • Submitting an electronic record through REC (Specifying as recipient organization “Cádiz Free Zone Consortium”). To facilitate the location of the request, please indicate in the subject of the email: “Request for access to public information Law 19/2013 “
  • In person, at the headquarters of the Cádiz Free Trade Zone Consortium. Surveillance Round s/n 11011 Cádiz.
  • By postal mail to the address Ronda de Vigilancia s/n 11011 Cádiz.
  • For any of the other means of presentation provided for in the Law
The request can be submitted by any of the above means, and must specify: Name and surname of the applicant. DNI, NIE or passport of the applicant. A contact address (preferably electronic) for communications purposes. Information on which the right of access is exercised. La información reflejada en este Portal de Transparencia ha sido revisada y actualizada con fecha 12/04/2024.