Programme Manual for projects implementation updated
This manual has been revised and updated to support beneficiaries in the implementation of their projects. It is also usefull for applicants of the 2nd call.
The Programme Manual has been revised and updated in March 2018 and has to be applied during the implementation of the projects approved under the first call for proposals.
This manual is available at the NEW 'Projects Implementation' area. If you are using the previous version (from June 2017) you cand also find on this area a document where the changes are highlited in green.The following sections were added to the programme manual:
- Section 5 “Contractual arrangements”
- Section 6.2 “Financial control system”
- Section 6.3 “Project Communication”
- Section 6.4 “Project changes”
- Section 6.5 “Project report”
- Section 6.6 “Indicators”
- Section 7 “Complaint procedure”
In this "Projects Implementation" area you will also find other documents, manuals and guidelines necessaries to the smooth implementation of your project. If you require any further assistance or information please contact your project manager from the Joint Secretariat.
The programme manual is also usefull for applicants who are preparing their proposals to the ongoing second call.
Published on: 2018-03-20
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