Research for REGI Committee - E-Cohesion

15-04-2016

E-Cohesion requirements as outlined in Article 122(3) of the draft Common Provisions Regulation for the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds programme period aim at reducing the administrative burden for beneficiaries of Cohesion Policy. This study looks at the e-Cohesion options presented in the Partnership Agreements and the state of play of their implementation. Most Member States developed functioning IT systems in the previous programming period and these are now being further developed and adapted to improve interoperability and to be fully compatible with the System for Fund Management (SFC).

E-Cohesion requirements as outlined in Article 122(3) of the draft Common Provisions Regulation for the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds programme period aim at reducing the administrative burden for beneficiaries of Cohesion Policy. This study looks at the e-Cohesion options presented in the Partnership Agreements and the state of play of their implementation. Most Member States developed functioning IT systems in the previous programming period and these are now being further developed and adapted to improve interoperability and to be fully compatible with the System for Fund Management (SFC).

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Jürgen Pucher, Isabel Naylon, Herta Tödtling-Schönhofer (Metis GmbH)