Netherlands

National Contact Points

Machtelijn Brummel
Netherlands Enterprise  Agency
Visiting adress: Croeselaan 15, 3521 BJ Utrecht, The Netherlands
Mail adress: P.O. Box 8242, 3503 RE Utrecht, The Netherlands
 
Phone: +31 88 602 7898  or +31 615 873 753 (mobile)
E-mail: machtelijn.brummel@rvo.nl

 

Lidwien Slothouwer – van Schipstal
Netherlands Enterprise  Agency
Visiting adress: Croeselaan 15, 3521 BJ Utrecht, The Netherlands
Mail adress: P.O. Box 8242, 3503 RE Utrecht, The Netherlands

Phone: +31 88 602 7028
E-mail: lidwien.slothouwer@rvo.nl

 

Dirk Plees
Province of Limburg
Visiting address: Limburglaan 10, 6229 GA Maastricht, The Netherlands
Mail address: P.O. Box 5700, 6202 MA Maastricht, The Netherlands

Phone: +31 43 389 76 64
E-mail: d.plees@prvlimburg.nl

 

Haye Folkertsma
City of Utrecht
Visiting address: Stadsplateau 1, 3521 AZ Utrecht, The Netherlands
Mail address: P.O. Box 16200, 3500 CE Utrecht, The Netherlands

Phone: +31 30 286 1492
E-mail: h.folkertsma@utrecht.nl

 

First Level Control Requirements

The Netherlands has chosen a decentralized control system. The project partner will have to propose an independent controller (internal or external), to the following body:

Netherlands Enterprise Agency
EU processes

Visiting address: Prinses Beatrixlaan 2, 2595 AL  The Hague, The Netherlands.
Mail address: P.O. Box 93144, 2509 AC  The Hague, The Netherlands.

Ms Nancy Karjantiko
Phone:+31 70 7573477
E-mail: nancy.karjantiko@rvo.nl

Mr Casper Kronenberg
Phone:+31 70 3784439
E-mail: casper.kronenberg@rvo.nl


This body will authorise the controller proposed by the project partner :

  • if the internal management and control system is considered to be reliable.
  • if the controller is considered to be sufficiently independent from project activities and finances and qualified to carry out the control of an INTERREG IVC project.

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

The costs resulting from the control (staff costs in case of an internal controller, external expertise costs in case of an external controller) can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules.

Local and regional authorities please take note of the following information:

Dutch local and regional authorities are able to reclaim VAT from a Compensation Fund. This has existed since the start of the programming period and even before. VAT does not constitute eligible expenditure unless it is genuinely and definitively borne by the partner. VAT which is recoverable by whatever means cannot be considered as eligible even if it is not actually recovered by the partner.

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