Last modified: July 27, 2015

The eight participating countries in the programme have established a number of bodies forming the implementation and monitoring system of the programme.

National Authorities (NA)

The national authorities are counterparts of the JMA in the programme preparation period, in the framework of which they are responsible for the coordination of the programming process in their respective countries, the financial management of the funds, in particular regarding the recovery of any unduly spent amounts on their territory, participation in JMC meetings, and proposing candidates for

Audit Authority (AA)

According to the ENPI Implementing Rules and Regulation 1638/2006, the JMA is subject to an annual external ex-post audit carried out by an organisation entirely independent of the JMA. Taking into account existing practices and structures, and in agreement with all participating countries, the Audit Authority from the Court of Accounts of Romania will perform the annual ex post financial audit on

National Info Points (NIP)

The indicative activities of the NIP are: Organise the flow of information to potential applicants and partners from their own country (organising small-scale seminars, providing translated material from the programme web-site in their own national language, informing about the launch of calls for proposals, explaining among others rules and procedures); Liase with NIP from other countri

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