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National Contact Point

Danish Business Authority
Niels Bjerring Hansen
Vejlsoevej 29
8600 Silkeborg
Denmark

Phone:  +45 35 46 64 38
Fax: +45 3546 6401
E-mail: nibjha@erst.dk

 

Danish Regions
Michael Koch-Larsen
Regional development
Dampfærgevej 22
Copenhagen East 2100
Denmark

Phone : + 45 3529 8171
Fax : + 45 3529 8300
E-mail : mkl@regioner.dk

 

 

First Level Control Requirement

Denmark has chosen a decentralised control system. When a Danish beneficiary has been notified that the IVC Monitoring Committee has approved the project in which the beneficiary takes part, the beneficiaries from Denmark will have to propose an independent external controller on the basis of guidelines (cf. Annex 1) by submitting the paper version of the Annex 2 duly filled in, signed and stamped to the following body :

Danish Business Authority
Regional Development Unit
Vejlsøvej 29
DK-8600 Silkeborg
Niels Bjerring Hansen
Chief Counsellor

Phone: +45 35 46 64 38
Fax: +45 35 46 64 01
E-mail: nibjha@erst.dk

The beneficiary shall propose a controller having experience in controlling structural funds (The EU's Structural Funds are administered by the Commission to finance Community structural aid. They comprise the Guidance Section of the EAGGF for agriculture, ...) and having knowledge in English. The proposed controller has to be either a "statsautoriseret" or a "registreret" auditor.

The above-mentioned body will then authorise the controller proposed by the project partner (All project partners other than the Lead Partner) after having checked that the controller is sufficiently independent from project activities and finances and qualified to carry out the control of an INTERREG IVC project. (cf. Annex 1).

The controller has to be officially authorised before the first expenditure can be reported and confirmed.

The control costs can be reported as eligible external expertise costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules.

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