The quest for sound financial management keeps charging as implementation of the 14-20 projects heads into another crucial ; Less than two-thirds of all ESI OPs have been allocated to projects so far, less than 20% has been reimbursed by the EC (as at June 2018). There’s still a long way to go for the end of the Programmes in 2023, and yet we’re already thinking about the 21-27 ; It’s an interesting crossroads, where the experiences from the ongoing projects coincide with the planning decisions for the ones in the ;
In the earlier courses we delivered in this 14-20 programming period we discussed the hypothesis that the new management verifications based on the old “financial management” perspective (absorb and absorb, with economy and efficiency in mind) with one based on “performance management”. That is, making sure economy and efficiency are combined with ; What sound financial management truly means.
But how much of this has really happened in our verifications and certifications so far? Are programme and project managers really focused on making sure money is spent on what really matters, as the European Parliament insists? And what are the effects of the Omnibus Regulation updates?
Verifying & Certifying ESIF projects in 2014-2020 updates you on the latest developments in verifications and certifications of the ESI funds, delivering insight into the errors which still prevail, the controls which are working and those which are not, the state of public procurement after the Directives and national transpositions, the simplification measures, and the monitoring of indicators, amongst ; And all this is topped up with views and perspectives from the early discussions on the 2021-7 regulations and programming
6 Mar 2019 @ 08:30 am
8 Mar 2019 @ 06:00 pm
Duration: 2 days, 9 hours
Hilton Malta Hotel