CALL FOR INTEREST
For projects supporting coordination of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region Priority Areas (Technical Assistance support)
Danube Strategy Point invites Priority Areas Coordinators to present project proposals for Technical Assistance support with the objective of supporting coordination of Priority Areas of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (hereafter EUSDR).
Technical Assistance provides financial support in order to help Priority Area Coordinators in coordination and implementation of the EUSDR (in respective Priority Area) and facilitation/preparation of integrated projects.
Project proposals are to be submitted by Priority Area Coordinators. Although each Priority Area Coordinator is to submit its own project application, applications must be coordinated and synchronised with other Priority Area Coordinator(s) on the level of the Priority Area. Projects selected for financing must present clear connection and contribution to the Action Plan defined for the Priority Area (including planning, targets, indicators and timetables) as well as effective measures for (facilitating) cooperation between project promoters, programmes and funding sources.
Priority Area Coordinators must, for the preparation of their project proposals, use the templates provided by the DSP. Each project application has to contain full, detailed and complete information with regards to eligibility, procedures, co-financing rates and all other relevant details.
Please note that the conditions laid down in each document of the application will be binding on the successful applicants; so please read them carefully.
The maximum total amount of Technical Assistance support per project is 60,000.00 EUR.
Reimbursement of 95% of the eligible costs of the project (up to the maximum total amount of Technical Assistance support) applies.
The eligibility period for the Priority Area Coordinators’ activities is in general from 1 August 2015 to 31 December 2016.
Further details on eligible costs and rules on their eligibility can be found in application documents, especially Eligibility Rules – Annex IV.
Important dates/deadlines for Priority Area Coordinators:
|Presentation of call||24 June 2015|
|Publication of call||10 July 2015|
|Information from PACs on participation in call||21 July 2015|
|Deadlines for application||31 July 2015|
|31 August 2015|
|30 September 2015|
All Priority Area Coordinators should inform the DSP, by the 21 July 2015 at the latest, if they intend to submit their application, date of commencement of project activities (requesting for confirmation of eligibility of project activities before the signature of the Agreement) and an indicative date of the submission of their application to the DSP. It is essential to communicate above requested information to the DSP by the deadline indicated in order to ensure the full eligibility of supported activities. This information could be sent by a return e-mail sent by the DSP on 10 July 2015.
Project applications must be completed using the application documents (templates) only and signed by the legal representative of the applicant – Project Area Coordinator.
Complete project application should be composed of:
– duly completed and signed Project application form – Annex II;
– duly completed and signed Estimated budget of the project – Annex III a; and,
– copy of template agreement and Annex I, paragraphed on each page.
Applications can be submitted via email (signed and scanned in PDF format) or by post until
31 July 2015, 12:00pm (Brussels time) – receipt time, or
31 August 2015, 12:00pm (Brussels time) – receipt time, or
30 September 2015, 12:00pm (Brussels time) – receipt time.
Late applications will not be considered. Submission of variations of the same project is not allowed. A request for additional information or information on the result of the assessment of individual application will be sent by the DSP to the applicants 30 days after the deadline for the submission of applications at the latest.
For further details, please contact DSP at email@example.com