Last modified: February 15, 2019

Project Implementation Manual revised is now available!

3/10/2018

We revised the Project Implementation Manual for the beneficiaries from the 1st Call for Proposals.

The main changes are highlighted in the document Updates and modifications to the Programme Implementation Manual and they concern:

  1. Project Implementation Manual (subsection 5.2.3 Budget line 3 – Travel and accommodation)
  2. Annex 4 – Model of Timesheet
  3. Annex 5 – Guide on Reporting in the (eMS) v4.1 for Lead Partners and Project Partners (section 2.7 Project Procurements)

Also, Annex 3 – Procurement rules for each Partner Country was supplemented with the word format of the documents, to be used by the beneficiaries during procurement procedures.

Project Implementation Manual revision 1 (applicable starting with October 2018) can be downloaded from here.

Make sure you use the applicable version when you are searching through the documents!


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