IPA Officer for the ADRION Joint Secretariat
The ADRION Managing Authority is looking for an IPA Officer of the ADRION Joint Secretariat. The deadline for the submission of applications is 9 December 2016. For more information and to download the necessary documentation to apply, please follow the link: application and related annexes
Eligibility and admissibility results
The ADRION Monitoring Committee met in Zagreb (Croatia) on 17-18 October 2016 to discuss the outcomes of admissible and eligible checks. Out of 378 received project applications, 205 have passed the aforementioned checks and shall be further appraised from the quality point of view. The quality assessment will be performed by the Joint Secretariat assisted by external independent assessors.
Overall, more than 1.500 institutions are involved in the eligible projects for a total amount of EU requested funds of 218 MEUR, i.e.: 6,5 times higher than the allocated resources of the call for proposals.
Project proposals are expected to be approved for funding in April 2017.
Lead applicants will be informed about the outcomes of admissibility and eligibility checks via eMS. They are invited to regularly check their eMS account as from 3 November 2016. In the mailbox the lead applicant will find an email with two attachments sent by ADRION_Programme. If such communication has not been received, please contact the Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat.
Strategic Project Facility Point for EUSAIR approved under condition
On 11 May 2016, the ADRION Monitoring Committee approved under condition the Strategic Project Facility Point – Supporting the governance of EUSAIR. The strategic project aims at enhancing the institutional capacity of key stakeholders and public administrations are involved in the governance of EUSAIR, as well as assisting the progress of implementation of its Action Plan.
The Strategic Project shall be implemented by 9 outstanding partners coming from the Partner States involved in the macroregional strategy and in the ADRION programme and have an overall budget of 11,5 million EUR with a EU co-funding (ERDF and IPA II funds) of 85%. It will last until end of December 2022.
The approval of the Strategic Project has been officially announced on occasion of the 1st Forum of the EUSAIR jointly organised by the European Commission and the Government of Croatia and held in Dubrovnik on 12 and 13 May 2016.