In accordance with the Spanish law 19/2013 on Transparency, Access to Public Information and Good Governance, all information subject to said law in relation to the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) is published on this page.
Institutional, organizational and planning information
- Applicable legislation
- Governing and management bodies
- Functional organizational chart
- Pluriannual planning
- Annual planning
Financial, budget and statistical information
- Budget information
- Annual accounts
- Agreements modifications: There has been no modification of agreements
- Management assignments and commissions: No management assignments or commissions have been made.
- Subcontracting: No subcontracting has been carried out.
- Subsidies and public aid granted: No subsidies and public aid have been awarded.
- Employees with recognition of compatibility
- Service quality and compliance level
The only property owned by CENIEH is the building that houses the Center. The land on which the CENIEH has been built, known as “solar de caballería” is a real estate property owned by the Junta de Castilla y León, which in turn acquired by virtue of the free transfer made in its favor by the City Council of Burgos in March 2004. This transfer was conditioned to its impact on the construction of the "Museum of Human Evolution, the Research Center and the Conference Center, Exhibitions and Auditorium". For its part, the Junta de Castilla y León assumed the obligation to contribute the land free of charge to the construction of the CENIEH in the first collaboration agreement signed with the then Ministry of Science and Technology for the constitution of the CENIEH Consortium, although said contribution did not has been formalized.
The legal regime applicable to the use that CENIEH makes of the land is that of its use by virtue of the assignment of the property to the Consortium by the Junta de Castilla y León, in accordance with the provisions of Ley 11/2006, de 26 octubre, del Patrimonio de la Comunidad de Castilla y León.
This Law establishes the right to access public information upon submitting the corresponding application. In order to exercise this right, you can fill in the following form. Alternative, you can send it by mail, including the corresponding identification documentation, to the following address: Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana - Protección de datos - Paseo Sierra de Atapuerca, 3 - 09002 Burgos