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The second version of the draft Guidelines for Grant Applicants for the first call for proposals under the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 is published for last public consultation

The second version of the draft Guidelines for Applicants and its annexes, which was reviewed taking into account the comments received, was published for last public consultation.  The Managing Authority thanks for their contributions to all those who participated into the first public consultation.

The revised document is aiming to provide the applicants with the necessary information for preparing the content of the project application and represents a valuable support for the potential beneficiaries by ensuring a shared understanding of the application procedure, the project selection criteria, indicative provisions of the Grant Contract and Partnership Agreement, the decision making procedure and other practical aspects related to this process.

Please be aware that these Guidelines are only a draft and that the final version will be published together with the launching of the call, after the approval of the Joint Monitoring Committee of the Programme!

Very important!

Since the project applications will be completed and submitted electronically via the electronic monitoring system of the programme (eMS), in the draft Guidelines for Applicants – section 3.2 On-line Submission System, we provide a link (http://ems-bs.mdrap.ro) where anyone can create an account and test the use of the eMS by introducing any data according to the instructions provided in the Guidelines. However, any data introduced during the consultation period shall be lost as soon as we finalize the public consultation.

Any suggestion, recommendation or query you may have during the public consultation period, please address them to the Joint Technical Secretariat of the Programme at the email address: office@bsb.adrse.ro, until 13th of January, 2017.

At this link you can download the draft Guidelines for Grant Applicants.


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