1 1st call for proposals: Administrative and submission procedures Infoday La Valeta, Malta, June 17th 2015
2 SIZE OF THE PARTNERSHIP As a minimum requirement, the partnership must involve: at least 4 financing partners from at least 4 different countries from the MED area with at least 3 of the partners located in the Union part of the Interreg MED Programme area = 3 ERDF partners within the MED area
3 ERDF PARTNERS LOCATED IN THE MED AREA Eligible partners: A. National, regional and local public bodies (including EGTCs in the meaning of Article 2(16) of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013) national, regional and local public bodies public equivalent bodies, i.e. bodies governed by public law as defined in Article 2(1) of Directive 2014/24/EU on public procurement B. Private institutions, including private companies, having legal personality C. International organisations acting under the national law of any EU MED Member State or, with restrictions, under international law
4 IPA PARTNERS LOCATED IN THE MED AREA Eligible partners: A. National, regional and local public bodies (including EGTCs in the meaning of Article 2(16) of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013); national, regional and local public bodies public equivalent bodies, i.e. bodies governed by public law as defined in Article 2(1) of Directive 2014/24/EU on public procurement The following issues will have to be considered: IPA structures cannot act as Lead partners IPA structures under private law are not eligible to the Interreg MED Programme IPA structures shall be non-profit making
5 ELIGIBILITY OF PARTNERS National, regional and local public bodies Public equivalent bodies (bodies governed by public law as defined in Article 2(1) of Directive 2014/24/EU) Private institutions international organisations Lead Partner ERDF partners X X X X X IPA partners X X
6 ERDF (UE) PARTNERS OUTSIDE THE MED AREA Participation of these partners needs to bring clear added value and expertise to the implementation of a project and has to be of benefit for the MED area. In case of project approval, an agreement between the MED Managing Authority and the relevant EU country will have to be signed within 12 months. In case of failure, the concerned partner will be excluded from the project.
7 LEAD PARTNER REQUIREMENTS The Lead partner structure: is a public body or a body governed by public law (according to the definition of the Directive 2014/24/UE) = case A is physically based in the Union part of the Interreg MED Programme area signs a Subsidy Contract with the MED Managing Authority, where its responsibilities are defined takes full responsibility for the implementation of the entire project, the coordination of the project with sound financial and project management and maintains a good communication flow among the partnership and with the Programme bodies, especially the Managing Authority and the Joint Secretariat.
8 ASSOCIATED PARTNERS Potential associated partners are: institutions involved without budget, coming from UE, IPA countries and/or third countries, signing an associated partner declaration, Whom travel and accommodation expenditures are borne (and paid) directly by a project partner
9 LOCATION OF THE ACTIVITIES Project activities should take place in the MED area. Activities outside of the MED area may be accepted if they are : for the benefit of the Programme area; essential for the implementation of the project; explicitly foreseen in the Application Form or, previously authorized by the MA/JS. Activities financed by IPA funds should be implemented, as a basic principle, in the IPA territories. Exceptions will be analysed on a case by case basis by the MA/JS. Costs for small scale investment outside the MED area are not eligible.
10 PRIVATE PARTNERS Private partners from EU may participate with its own funds Private partners can not be Lead Partner The rules for public procurement apply to the private sector as well within the MED Programme Bodies whose main scope of activities within their business profile, as well as their project role, consists of project coordination, management, communication, knowledge management or other activities that are of a mere executive or supporting character (service providers) cannot be involved as project partners. Compliance with this requirement will be checked during the quality assessment of project proposals which, on a case by case basis, could lead even to the exclusion of such partners.
11 STATE AIDS Every single partner performs a self-assessment by using the partner declaration on its partner declaration to evaluate the compatibility of the aid with the common market: 1. non profit character of the activities of the project 2. Target groups of the project 3. non merchandising of goods and services resulting from the project 4. Possible repercussion of the assistance to the outsiders
12 STATE AIDS If the activities to be undertaken by the partner are potentially State aid relevant, would be financed only if they are in compliance with: General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER) Art. 20 The de minimis Regulation The decision on whether to apply is to be made by the applicants themselves. Both instruments specify certain limits on the maximum amount of aid and/or on the co-financing rate to be applied. Project partners should consider carefully the implications before opting for one of the two instruments.
13 STATE AIDS General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER) Art. 20 De minimis rule Maximum public contribution (ERDF grant) Up to EUR 2 million per SME and per project Up to EUR over a period of 3 fiscal years Co-financing rate Up to 50% Up to 85% Undertakings concerned Only SMEs Undertakings in all sectors Application phase Partner Declaration Partner declaration + de minimis declaration Eligible costs Only the following costs are eligible: - costs for organisational cooperation including cost for staff and offices to the extent that it is linked to the cooperation project; - costs of advisory and support services linked to cooperation and delivered by outside consultants and service providers; - travel expenses, costs of equipment and investment expenditure directly related to the project, depreciation of tools and equipment, to the extent that they are used exclusively for the project. The services referred above shall not be a continuous or periodic activity nor relate to the undertakings usual operating costs, such as routine tax consultancy services, regular legal services or advertising. All costs
14 SME DEFINITION SME stands defined in EU law (Commission Recommendation 2003/361/EC of 6 May 2003) S.M.E Employees Turnover Balance Medium < M 43 M Small <50 10 M 10 M Micro <10 2 M 2 M These ceilings apply to the figures for individual firms only. A firm which is part of larger grouping may need to include employee/turnover/balance sheet data from that grouping too,
15 SOUND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT The principle of sound financial management builds on the following three principles: The principle of economy requires that the resources used by the beneficiary in the pursuit of its activities shall be made available in due time, in appropriate quantity and quality and at the best price; The principle of efficiency concerns the best relation-ship between resources employed and results achieved; The principle of effectiveness concerns the attainment of the specific objectives set and the achievement of the intended results.
16 Budget requirements Some budget thresholds must be respected: the most important partner: 30% of the total eligible budget (ERDF + IPA + national co-financing) the most important country: 40% of the total eligible budget (ERDF + IPA + national co-financing) The online monitoring tool will block the submission of proposals not observing those limits. The ERDF spent outside the Programme area cannot exceed 20 % of the total ERDF contribution to this project No budget modification will be allowed during the first year of project implementation.
17 HIERARCHY OF RULES ON ELEGIBILITY EU rules Programme rules National elegibility rules
18 ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS According to the latest approved Application Form Avoiding double funding Being essential Based on real costs (except for cost using flat rates/lump sums) Complying with the principle of sound financial management Borne directly by the beneficiary and supported by accounting documents Incurred, engaged and paid out within the eligible period Complying with eligibility rules at European, Programme and national level; including relevant public procurement rules Validated by an authorised First Level Controller
19 ELEGIBILITY PERIODS Expenditure is eligible according to the following periods: Preparation costs: lump sum Implementation costs: incurred and invoiced from the date of the approval of the proposal until its official ending date; and paid out within two months after this date. Closure costs: incurred, invoiced and paid out within two months after the official ending date of the project.
20 PREPARATION COSTS LUMP SUM A lump sum EUR (i.e ERDF) for covering preparation costs It is not automatic: amount allocated to each concerned ERDF project partner(s) has to be included in the application form Only ERDF partners are entitled to budget and claim preparation costs The co-financing rate of the preparation costs will be in line with the co-financing rate applicable to the partner(s) to which the lump sum is allocated (85% ERDF or 50% for GBER) The lump sum covers all costs linked to the preparation of the project; any difference between the granted lump-sum and the real costs occurred for preparation is neither checked nor further monitored by the Programme
21 5 BUBGET LINES Project budgets must be structured according to the following budget lines: 1. Staff costs 2. Office and administrative expenditure 3. Travel and accommodation costs 4. External expertise and services costs 5. Equipment expenditure The creation of additional sub-budget lines different to the ones established by the Programme is not allowed.
22 BUDGET LINE 1. STAFF COSTS Costs of staff employed by the beneficiary for implementing the project; already employed by the beneficiary or contracted specifically for the project Calculated based on real costs using one of the methods established by the Programme For part-time, 2 calculation methods: fixed percentage of the gross employment cost: No time-sheet flexible number of hours worked : time-sheet (standard: 1720 hours/year) It includes salary payments + any other costs directly linked to salary payments supported by the beneficiary Should not exceed 40 % of the project total eligible budget
23 BUDGET LINE 2. OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE Operating and administrative expenses occurred by the beneficiary and necessary for the implementation of the project (e.g. rent, utilities, maintenance, IT system, phone, bank charges, etc ) Calculated using a flat rate of 15 % of eligible staff costs; automatically by the on-line monitoring tool Not eligible Direct costs falling under this budget line Equipment for general office not used exclusively in the project
24 BUDGET LINE 3. TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION COSTS Expenditure on travel and accommodation of the staff of the beneficiary for missions (e.g. participation in project meetings, project site visits, meetings with the programme bodies, seminars, conferences, etc.). Participation in events organised by the Interreg MED Programme, National Authorities, Horizontal Projects, other MED and Interreg projects working on the same subjects, etc. In the case of travels outside of the MED area: indicated in the approved application form authorised by the MA/JS prior to the travel
25 BUDGET LINE 4. EXTERNAL EXPERTISE & SERVICES COSTS Costs of external expertise and services provided by a public or private body or a natural person outside of the beneficiary organisation (e.g. studies and surveys, translation, promotion and communication, services related to meetings and events). Full respect of EU, Programme and national (including stricter institutional) public procurement rules and compliance with the principles of transparency, non-discrimination and equal treatment. Should not exceed 50% of the total eligible budget, as beneficiaries of a project should be the actual implementers of the project.
26 BUDGET LINE 4. EXTERNAL EXPERTISE AND SERVICES COSTS (II) Experts Sub-contracted In-house Travel and accommodation costs of external experts, service providers, associated partners, can be only claimed under the external expertise and services budget line. Bear in mind: audit in the case of decentralised systems (First Level Controller) evaluation of the project sub-contracted management communication activities translation, organisation of events
27 BUDGET LINE 5. EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURE Equipment purchased, rented or leased by a beneficiary, including costs of equipment already in possession of the beneficiary organisation and used to carry out project activities, and to small scale facilities or infrastructures which are essential for the implementation of the project. Full respect of EU, Programme and national (including stricter institutional) public procurement rules and compliance with the principles of transparency, non-discrimination and equal treatment. Need to specified in the application form (C.8)
28 BUDGET LINE 5. EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURE (II) 3 sub-budget lines 1. Equipment for general office use as computers, office furniture, printers, telephones, cameras, etc. which is used exclusively for project purposes, shall be reimbursed as depreciable asset. use exclusively for the project = EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURE = cost eligible based on a depreciation plan not use exclusively for the project = OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE = cost not eligible
29 BUDGET LINE 5. EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURE (III) 2. Thematic equipment directly linked to (or forming part of) the project thematic activities, can be reimbursed in full (used exclusively) or pro-rata (used not exclusively). 3. Small scale investment as facilities or infrastructures which are essential to pilot activities (e.g. services, tools, methods or approaches) or investment (e.g. a light structure).e.
30 PUBLIC PROCUREMENT Levels of rules to be applied: EU rules (I.e. public procurement directives for ERDF partners and PRAG for IPA partners) National rules Interreg MED Programme rules All contracts with contracting amounts between EUR 5.000,00 (excl. VAT) and the threshold set by the applicable EU or national rules, beneficiaries need to have documented proof that at least three offers from three different providers have been asked.» This rule applies for all partners, public and private.
31 OTHER ISSUES Net revenues To be included in the application form Advance payment for IPA partners 10% of the IPA budget approved to be requested after the start-up of the project VAT recoverable by any means: not eligible non recoverable: eligible partially recoverable: partially eligible (duly justified)
32 NON-ELIGIBLE EXPENDITURES (non-exhaustive list) In-kind contributions Shared costs Costs of gifts exceeding EUR 50,00 per gift where related to project promotion, communication, publicity or information Charges for national financial transactions Fees between beneficiaries of a same project for services, equipment and work carried out within the project Heavy investments, infrastructures and works, as described by the Directive 2014/24/EU (annex II)
33 MAIN NOVELTIES 100% paperless application process through the on-line monitoring tool SYNERGIE CTE. The proposal itself consists of two main parts: an application form and several compulsory annexes (including Partners additional documents filled in using the templates provided by the Programme). A different deadline is established for the submission of each part. The Lead partner must keep all original compulsory annexes in its premises.
34 FIRST LEVEL CONTROL NATIONAL SYSTEMS Centralized System ALBANIA BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA CROATIA GREECE MONTENEGRO SLOVENIA UK (Gibraltar) Decentralized System CYPRUS FRANCE ITALY MALTA SPAIN PORTUGAL. Budget needed
35 HOW TO APPLY (I) 1/ Create a lead partner account on SYNERGIE CTE 2/ Fill in the application form on SYNERGIE CTE Before starting Lead partner must choose : the specific objective the type of project to be submitted Guidance on how to fill in the form and what is expected in each question will be provided. The application form has to be drafted in English or French Section summary is requested in both English AND French Indicative starting date: 1st September 2016.
36 HOW TO APPLY (II) 3/ Request the additional documents to partners; signed and stamped compulsory annexes Partner declaration dated, signed & stamped = all partners de minimis declaration dated, signed & stamped = partners State Aid relevant Associated partner declaration dated, signed & stamped = associated partners No other type of document and no modification to the standard documents provided by the Programme will be accepted.
37 HOW TO APPLY (III) 4/ Validate the content of the application form on SYNERGIE CTE (1 ST DEADLINE) Once the application form is entirely filled in, the Lead Partner must validate it by pressing the VALIDATION button. A single confirmation is automatically sent when the validation has been performed correctly. November 2 nd, 2015 at noon (GMT + 1).
38 HOW TO APPLY (IV) 5/ Upload compulsory annexes through SYNERGIE CTE (2 ND DEADLINE) Partner declaration all partners de minimis declaration partners State Aid relevant Associated partner declaration associated partners Each document shall be scanned and uploaded by the LP individually. The upload of the compulsory annexes can be done during the fill in of the application form. Any document shall not exceed the size of 8 MB. November 9 th, 2015 at noon (GMT + 1). 6/ Gather and keep the paper version of the signed documents
39 TWO DEADLINES TO BE RESPECTED 1st call 1 st deadline: Validation of the application form by: November 2 nd, 2015 at noon (GMT + 1). 2 nd deadline: Upload of compulsory annexes by: November 9 th, 2015 at noon (GMT + 1). Do not wait until the last minute!! The last day for the submission of the proposals may be very busy for the system and that it could slow down. Any problem in submitting the proposal or uploading the documents not caused directly by SYNERGIE CTE will not be considered. Should you encounter problems, it is imperative to contact the JS before the closure of the call
40 ASSESMENT OF PROJECT PROPOSALS Three-step assessment Administrative and eligibility check of the application form and the compulsory annexes First quality assessment phase of the application form Second quality assessment of the application form The Monitoring Committee of the Interreg MED Programme decides on each single step. Each of the 3 phases can lead to the permanent elimination of the proposal.
41 ADMINISTRATIVE AND ELIGIBILITY CHECK (I) A A.1 Administrative check The application form has been submitted via the online monitoring tool of the Interreg MED Programme, SYNERGIE CTE, respecting the deadline A.2 The compulsory annexes have been uploaded to the online monitoring tool of the Interreg MED Programme, SYNERGIE ETC, respecting the deadline A.3 The partnership has used the Interreg MED Programme templates, without making any alterations or amendments A.4 The application form confirmation page has been duly signed and stamped A.5 All obligatory annexes have been duly signed and stamped A.6 All the sections of the application form have been duly filled in A.7 The application form has been correctly filled in only in English or in French and the sections to be provided in double language have been duly completed (summary of the project)
42 ADMINISTRATIVE AND ELIGIBILITY CHECK (II) B B.1 B.2 B.3 B.4 B.5 Eligibility check The project fulfils minimum partnership requirements: 4 partners representing 4 different countries from the Interreg MED Programme area of which at least 3 from the Union part of the Interreg MED Programme area The Lead partner is a public body or a body governed by public law (according to the definition of the Directive 2014/24/UE) The Lead partner structure is physically based in the Union part of the Interreg MED Programme area The project is assigned to the right programme priority and to the right programme priority specific objective The amounts of the national co-financing indicated in the partner declarations are equal or superior to the amounts of the national cofinancing corresponding to the ERDF/IPA requested in the application form
43 ADMINISTRATIVE AND ELIGIBILITY CHECK (II) Eligibility criteria checked by SYNERGIE CTE (if the criterion is not respected, the system prevents the submission of the proposal) B.6 B.7 B.8 B.9 Time limits are respected: start and end dates of the project respect the call and Interreg MED Programme requirements No partner concentrates more than 30% of the total eligible budget (ERDF+IPA+national co-financing) No country concentrates more than 40% of the total eligible budget (ERDF+IPA+national co-financing) Preparation costs do not exceed the lump sum of set by the Interreg MED Programme
44 MAIN ELIGIBILITY PROBLEMS IN THE PAST Amount of the national co-financing included in the partner declarations is lower than the one included in the validated application form (B.5) Compulsory annexes are missing; not duly filled in; not signed or stamped Application form not validated correctly on Synergie CTE Summary only filled in in one language
45 GOOD THINGS TO DO Read carefully the Programme Manual and the Terms of Reference Use the «administrative and eligibility check» to check your proposal Keep the confirmation sent by Synergie CTE Compare the amounts of the application form validated to the partners declarations Double check all documents uploaded and their content Do not leave things to the last minute In case of doubt, please contact the Joint Secretariat
46 first assessment phase second assessment phase QUALITY ASSESSMENT TWO PHASES The objective is to ensure the respect of the Interreg principles : - context - transnationality - logical framework - partnership Carried out on identified section of the application form. Carried out on the complete application form on proposals having obtained the minimum score in the previous phase. The final score will be composed of the addition of scores of first and second assessment phases.
47 SELECTION by the MED Monitoring Committe & COMMUNICATION On elegibility On funding - aproval By writing Resolution of complaints procedure PRE-CONTRACTING Approval with conditions Minor adjustments fine tuning Identification of key deiverables and outpust In close cooperation with the JS Subsidy Contract Partnership Agreement 1st Steering Committe minutes CONTRACTING Preparation costs payment (lump sum) & Advance payment request (IPA partners)
48 SHOULD YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE The Terms of Reference are summary files that consolidate all the other papers : MED Cooperation programme SWOT analysis MED project Library Operational guidelines (Programme Manual, modules, communication, etc.) MED Glossary Other documents of interest listed in the ToRs These documents remain essential for the applicants Participate to National events Contact your National Contact Point
49 @MEDProgramme // EU MED Programme MED PROGRAMME PAGE
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