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From 19 to 20 October 2015, ETCP Experts Mr Colm Dunne and Mr Franck Sottou presented new Simplified Costs Options for 2014 2020.

Seminar focused on new experiences and success conditions to make it (really) simple. While working on concrete Operational Programmes, participants drew a practical joint action plan ready to be implemented.

ETCP Team thanks all participants. It was a pleasure to welcome you in Paris. Please find  pictures on Pinterest.

For the 2014-2020 period, the Commission extended the possibilities to use Simplified Costs, seeking morelegal certainty for national authorities and more harmonisation among the ESI Funds, as well as with other EU Funds implemented by shared management (AMIF, ISF) or through other methods of implementation.

Interested in new seminars? New dates for 2016 are coming soon.

Contact us to receive New ETCP Programme 2016 in advance.

– Programme and project managers and OP management group members

– Assessing the success conditions at programmes and operations levels:
– Concrete solutions all throughout project cycle management
– Anticipation of the (annual) closure of operations and programmes

– New flat rates
– New justification at operation level
– New payment conditions and contracts
– Good and bad stories
– List of potential solutions for indirect costs, small operations, standardised units and lump sums

More information: EC Guidance on Simplified Cost Options (SCOs)  


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