- Belgium - Brussels Capital
- Belgium - Flanders
- Belgium - Wallonia
- Czech Republic
- United Kingdom
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Good Practice Exhibition travels to Ireland
The interactive INTERREG IVC good practice exhibition travels to Ireland, from 25-28 June 2013.
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INTERREG IVC brought inspiration to Czech regions
The third in a row 'Inspiration for future' workshop organised by INTERREG IVC for representatives of public authorities and bodies governed by public law took place on 11 April 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. The participants discussed the benefits for their regions and interregional cooperation in the new funding period 2014-2020.
National Contact Point
Comissão de Coordenação e Desenvolvimento Regional de Lisboa e Vale de Tejo
Address: Rua Artilharia Um, 33
UCGO – Unidade de Coordenação da Gestão Operacional
Núcleo de Cooperação Territorial e Iniciativas Comunitárias
Instituto Financeiro para o Desenvolvimento Regional, IP
Rua S. Julião, 63
Phone: + 351 218 801 134
Fax: + 351 218 801 145
First Level Control Requirements
Portugal has chosen a decentralised control system. The beneficiaries from Portugal will have to propose an independent external controller from the list of statutory auditing firms / entities (ROC/SROC) recognised by the Portuguese Institute of Statutory Auditors (OROC: http://www.oroc.pt/) to the following body :
Financial Institute for Regional Development (FIRD)
Operational Management Unit - Territorial Cooperation and Community Initiatives Centre
Rue da Alfândega n°170, 3° - 1100-016 Lisboa
Phone: + 351 21 880 70 60
Fax: + 351 21 880 70 79
Contact person : Raquel Rocha, Coordinator
In compliance with the public procurement rules, the beneficiary will propose the controller to the above-mentioned body for approbation. This body will 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 the INTERREG IVC project. The controller has to be officially authorised before the first expenditure can be reported and confirmed. The controller will perform his/her task under the supervision of the FIRD that will validate the expenditure and sign the partner control confirmation before submission to the Lead Partner.
FIRD provides a standard contract, which has to be used by the partner and the authorized first level controller (an institution/ individual responsible for verification of financial documentation of beneficiaries in a given country) .
The costs resulting from the control through an external auditor can be reported as eligible external expertise costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules.