Technical workshop for portuguese beneficiaries and First Level Controllers
Joint event organised yesterday by the Agência para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão IP and the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme
The Agência para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão IP (AD&C) and the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme organised yesterday in Porto, a joint technical workshop addressed to the Portuguese beneficiaries and First Level Controllers of the 45 projects approved under the first call.
The aim of this workshop was to provide further guidance and information about the Information and Management System, submission of progress reports, payment claims and financial circuits for a better implementation of these funded projects. The participants had the opportunity to clarify these procedures with the Joint Secretariat and the AD&C.
You can click here to view the presentations made by the Secretariat during this workshop (only in portuguese).This event was held at ISAG - Instituto Superior de Gestão e Administração do Porto and had around 80 participants.
Published on: 2018-07-26
This session was organised yesterday in Porto, to provide the necessary guidance for the smooth start of all projects
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