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Payment and other services for budget users are provided by the Public Payments Administration of the Republic of Slovenia (PPA). To perform this task, it keeps the Register of Budget Users, in which users of the public budget are registered. At the request of a budget user, the PPA opens an account, which provides the basis for the provision of payment services. The public payment is ordered by the budget user and executed by the PPA through the Bank of Slovenia.

Register of Budget Users

The Register of Budget Users, which consists of direct and indirect users of the state budget and of the municipal budgets, is kept by the Public Payments Administration of the Republic of Slovenia. As part of this task, it keeps and maintains data on various types of accounts.

The Register of Budget Users is publicly available online free of charge. The information is public, so it is not necessary to log in or register for online access.

Payment services for budget users

Budget users use public funds, so they are included in the Treasury Single Account system through a sub-account within the municipal or state treasury account, which is opened with the Bank of Slovenia. The Treasury Single Account system makes the management of public funds easier.

Payment services are available to the budget user through a sub-account, which can only be opened with the PPA and has the same value as a transaction account in payment systems.

The mission of the PPA is to provide payment services for budget users, to implement and record public finance flows, and to provide other services related to payment transactions of budget users. The services are provided by using up-to-date methods and to the satisfaction of service users.

Exchange of e-invoices with budget users

The Public Payments Administration of the Republic of Slovenia acts as a single entry and exit point for the exchange of e-invoices with budget users. Budget users can exchange e-invoices only through PPA. Everyone who does business with budget users sends e-invoices for the delivered goods and performed services.

Compulsory duties and other general government revenues

Compulsory duties and other general government revenues are all tax revenues and non-tax revenues which are defined as generally compulsory pursuant to laws and regulations and include taxes, contributions, fees, charges, fines. Taxpayers pay compulsory duties and other general government revenues to general government revenue sub-accounts.