The EU moves on and as one funding period gains ground, another one rolls ; The EC and the MS have already been quite busy in laying down the foundations for the 2021-27 multi-annual financial framework, discussing how programmes can be improved to facilitate their accessibility to beneficiaries and their administration by the EC, national and regional ;
As the first published regulations and documents show, the EU is heading towards fewer, clearer and shorter rules which are aligned evenly across seven EU ; This consolidation is further emphasized by the drive to capitalize on proven track records and not reinventing the wheel. So we can now rely more on national authorities, use the same management and control systems approved for the 14-20 programmes, apply a single audit principle, focus resources on ; These synergies are being exploited to contribute to more streamlined policy objectives, and will be supported by improved reimbursement processes based on conditions not costs, clearer financial instruments, and OPs which are more sensitive and flexible to changing economic and social ;
These and many more subjects will be discussed in this two-day seminar, which seeks to understand how the present programmes are helping shape the ones of the future through the principle of simplification across all facets of a multi-annual programme – the legal and regulatory framework, programming, implementation, verification and audit, reimbursement, monitoring and ; It will deliver the facts as they evolve but, most of all, it will provide interpretations of the possible effects on our day-to-day management of the eventual programmes and projects on the ground.
23 May 2019 @ 08:30 am
24 May 2019 @ 04:30 pm
Duration: 1 days, 8 hours