Data Protection – Economic & Financial Management

Data Protection – Economic & Financial Management

Economic and Financial Management

Who is Responsible for the processing of your data?

Identity:  Consortium for the design, construction, equipping and operation of the Spanish Center for Pulsed Lasers 
Address: c/ Adaja, 8, M5 Building, Villamayor, Salamanca
Telephone: (+34) 923 338 121

Contact information of the Data Protection Officer:

What are the purposes of processing your personal data?

The main purpose of the treatment is to manage the necessary data for the accounting procedures, administrative contracting, financing, as well as the fiscal obligations of the CLPU Consortium.

How long will we keep your data?

The data obtained will be kept for the time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which they were collected and to determine the responsabilities that may arise from that purpose and the treatment of the data. The regulations on documentation storage and archiving eill be aplicable.

The economic data will be kept according the General Tax Act (Ley 58/2003, de 17 de diciembre, General Tributaria).

What is the legitimacy for the processing of your data?

The processing of your data is legitimate as it is necessary for compliance with the legal obligations to which the CLPU Consortium is subject, as provided in article 6.1.c) of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Among others, these obligations are those established in the following rules:

      • General Budgetary Act (Ley 47/2003, de 26 de noviembre, General Presupuestaria)
      • General Tax Act (Ley 58/2003, de 17 de diciembre, General Tributaria)  
      • General Public-Sector Accounting Plan (Plan General de Contabilidad Pública)
      • General Subsidies Act (Ley 38/2003, de 17 de noviembre, General de Subvenciones)
      • Contracting Act (Ley 9/2017, de 8 de noviembre, de Contratos del Sector Público)
      • Public-Sector Legal System Act (Ley 40/2005, de 1 de octubre, de Régimen Jurídico del Sector Público)
      • Royal Decree on Reimbursement of Expenses (Real Decreto 462/2002, de 24 de mayo, sobre indemnizaciones por razón del servicio)

Where do the data come from?

The data come either directly from the interested parties or from their legal or commercial representatives.

What data are we dealing with?

Identifying data (Name and surnames, ID / passport, address, telephone, email and signature), details of employment, data of commercial information, economic, financial and insurance data, transactions of goods and services

Who will your data be disclosed to?

The data will be disclosed to the Spanish Public Treasury and Tax Agency (AEAT), Court of Auditors (TCU), General Comptroller of the State Administration (IGAE), Public Sector Procurement Platform, Public Procurement Registry, financial entities and other entities authorized by law or other cases in which there is a legal obligation.

The international transfer of your data is not expected.

What are your rights when you provide us with your data?

Without prejudice to the rights provided by the General Regulation for Data Protection and development regulations, you have the right to obtain confirmation about whether the CLPU is processing personal data that concerns you or not.  You also have the right to access your personal data, as well as to request the rectification of inaccurate data. You may object the processing of your data for a specific purpose, if said processing is not necessary for the fulfilment, development and control of the main purpose of this file. You may request the erasure of your data when the relationship binding you to the Center ends and when we no longer have legal reasons to use it. In some circumstances, you may request the restriction of the processing of your data, in which case we will only keep it for the legally regulated purposes.

How can you exercise your rights?

In writing, including a photocopy of your ID card or equivalent document, addressed to the Data Protection Officer of the CLPU (

What are the available complaint procedures?

If you consider that your rights have not been adequately met, you have the right to file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency: