Cooperation Programme AT-HU 2014-2020
The cooperation programme (CP) defines in detail the objectives and the structure of the programme Interreg V-A Austria-Hungary. The document has been adopted by the European Commission on 30 June 2015. The modified version 3.0 has been adopted by EC on 12 March 2018.
Members of the Monitoring Committee
In line with article 48 CPR (Common Provisions Regulation 1303/2013) the Member States participating in the programme decide on the composition of the MC, taking into account the partnership principle. According to article 48 (2) the list of members of the MC shall be published.
The communication strategy describes how the programme Interreg V-A Austria-Hungary will approach communication in the period 2014-2020. This document will be a guidance to all responsible actors in the programme for a coherent approach towards communication.
The communication strategy has been approved by the Monitoring Committee on 30 March 2016.
ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION REPORTS
On an annual basis, the MA has to submit implementation reports (annual implementation reports and final implementation report) to the EC. The reports give an overview about the implementation of the programme and its priorities and contain also information on financial data and indicators.
The annual implementation reports will be drafted by MA/JS on the basis of programme monitoring data and data provided by the beneficiaries in their progress and final reports. The annual implementation reports of the programme will be submitted to the MC for adoption prior to sending to the EC.
The Evaluation Plan provides the framework to the targeted evaluations to be conducted during programme implementation, thus contributing to the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of the cooperation programme.
The Evaluation Plan was approved by the Monitoring Committee on 14 December 2016.
Executive summary of the Final Report on Programme Evaluation, part 1
The first part of the programme evaluation addresses the programme structures and processes and the implementation of the communication strategy.
Final report on programme evaluation, part 2
The second part of the programme evaluation addresses the efficiency, effectiveness and impact of the programme and its projects.
According to Article 56 (3) of Regulation (EU) No. 1303 /2013, the Monitoring Committee examined the final report. Further discussions of results and recommendations will take place at the next possible meeting of the Monitoring Committee. On this basis, adaptations of the final report can still happen.