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  1. INTERREG IVC Introduction to programme & application process Teresa Marcinów, Info Point East Lead Applicant Seminar, 10 December 2007, Katowice

  2. Overview • Programme Structure • Development • Application • Assessment • Decision

  3. 1. Programme Structure INTERREG IIIC versus INTERREG IVC INTERREG IVC INTERREG IIIC • 315 MEUR ERDF • Cofinancing up to 50% (up to 75% for Objective 1 Regions) • Four programmes: 4 Managing, 4 Audit and 4 Paying Authorities • 4 JTS • All themes of regional and local public activities • 3 Types of Operations • 321 MEUR ERDF • Cofinancing up to 75%/85% • One programme: 1 Managing Authority (Région Nord-Pas de Calais), 1 Audit Authority, 1 Certifying Authority • 1 JTS in Lilleand 4 Information Points in Rostock, Katowice (with support from Vienna), Valencia and Lille • Focus on Lisbon and Gothenburg Agendas • 2 Types of Interventions

  4. 1. Programme structure INTERREG IVC – Management structures

  5. 1. Programme structure • Information points • Rostock (IBSH), Germany:Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, Norway; • Katowice (MRD), Poland, with support from the City of Vienna: Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania; • Valencia (GV), Spain: Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain • Lille (RNPC), France: Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Switzerland

  6. 2. Development • Tools provided by the JTS and the Information Points (IPs) • Website www.interreg4c.net • Events • Consultations • Application Pack • Project idea database • Brochures, leaflets and articles in relevant media

  7. 3. Application • Application Pack • Programme Manual • Application Form • Activities Timeplan • Co-financing Statement

  8. 3. Application • Programme Manual • Programme information • Project development • Application & selection • Project implementation • Project closure

  9. 3. Application • Application Form • General instruction • Checklist • Project summary • Detailed project description • Components • Budget • Partnership

  10. 3. Application Activities Timeplan

  11. 3. Application Co-financing Statement

  12. 3. Application • Time table: • 21 September 2007: Opening of first call • 15 January 2008: Deadline for submission of • applications first call • June 2008 (provisional) Opening of second call • October 2008 (provisional) Deadline for submission of • applications second call

  13. 4. Assessment • Assessment of applications • Eligibility Check • Quality Check

  14. 4. Assessment • Eligibility Check (by JTS) • Application Form submitted in due time • Application is complete • Application is fully and properly filled • All Co-financing Statements are correctly filled and printed • Partnership from a min of three countries, from which at least two partners must be from EU Member States and financed by the INTERREG IVC programme • Mini-programmes: max of eight partners

  15. 4. Assessment • Quality Check (by JTS and external experts) 1) Relevance of the proposal • Content related 2) Coherence of the proposal 3) Quality of results 4) Quality of management • Implementation related 5) Quality of partnership 6) Budget and finance

  16. 4. Assessment • Scoring system • Not eligible (Information to MC and Lead Applicant) • Eligible • Eligibility Check • 0 Knock out (objective of the project can not be fulfilled) • Very poor • Poor • Adequate • Good • Excellent • Quality Check

  17. 4. Assessment • Time table (provisional): • By end Feb 2008: Eligibility Check • By end May 2008: Quality Check

  18. 5. Decision • MC decision • based on recommendation of JTS

  19. 5. Decision • MC decision • Two-thirds majority of Member States present needed • Majority must include votes of countries having a Partner on its territory.

  20. 5. Decision • MC decision • Approval without condition • Approval with conditions • Rejection

  21. 5. Decision • Time table (provisional): • By end June 2008 Decision MC