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Control Contact Points (CCPs) 2014-2020

Each participating country shall appoint one CCP which will support the MA in the control tasks linked to project expenditure verification.

The common functions to be fulfilled by each participating country through its CCPs will be to support the Managing Authority by:

  • assisting the Managing Authority when required to carry out administrative verifications in respect of each payment request by beneficiaries (such as providing information to the Managing Authority on specific national rules, procedures etc.);
  • accompanying the Managing Authority for the on-the-spot verifications of projects (to participate in the verification missions and facilitate checks of the organization subject to the verification);
  • ensuring that the expenditure declared by the beneficiaries in support of a request for payment is examined by a controller meeting the criteria set out in the ENI CBC Implementing Rules. Specific procedures for the organization of expenditure verification will be put in place in each country, (such as the validation of compliance with the ENI CBC Implementing Rules criteria, performing the expenditure verification with its own controllers or setting up a long list or a short list of external independent auditors if the case). These procedures will be included in the description of the programme management and control systems;
  • supporting the Managing Authority in training the controllers.

The institutions hosting the CCPs in each participating country are:

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  Herewith you can access the Applicants Pack for the 2nd Call for proposals of the Joint Operational Programme

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