Last modified: September 25, 2015

Staffs of civil servants may be permanently hired by public authorities on the basis of orders of appointments and not work contracts. Are their salaries eligible in this case?

Civil servants’ salaries are eligible costs as long as the hiring documents (orders of appointment or other) are proving that the members of the team of the project are directly employed by the Beneficiary’s and/or partner(s)’ organisation(s). If this is the case, the hiring documents (orders of appointment or other) may be considered equivalent with work contracts, being necessary only to be accompanied by a letter mentioning the fact that the respective members of the project team are civil servants hired according with this procedure.

Note: This rule is general. Each partner shall check the national rules before committing the budget in this respect.


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  • raising the awareness about key aspects of project activity and financial planning
  • clarifying how to apply in the programme electronic system
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Calls for Proposals
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