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European Seminar ESIF 2019 - Evaluating Performance and Preparing the New Programming Period 2021-2027

Auditing Indicators * Evaluation Techniques * Outlook post 2020

Language: Date: Location: Price:
English 29.04.2019 - 30.04.2019 Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte 1.497,- € * until 30.04.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Date: 29.04.2019 - 30.04.2019
Location: Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte
Price: 1.497,- € * until 30.04.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded
Language: English
Experts

Luc T‘Joen

Senior Administrator, Investments for Cohesion, Growth and Inclusion, European Court of Auditors

Belgium

Bernd Schuh

Evaluation Expert and Member of the Board of Directors, Austrian Institute for Regional Studies and Spatial Planning

Austria

Merike Niitepöld

Head of Managing Authority, Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020, Regional Council of Southwest Finland

Finland

Programme
Download Brochure: ESIF 2019 - Evaluating Performance and Preparing the New Programming Period 2021-2027
Preview of the brochure cover: ESIF 2019 - Evaluating Performance and Preparing the New Programming Period 2021-2027

The complete program for day 1 and day 2 can be found in our program brochure starting on page 4.

Download Brochure: ESIF 2019 - Evaluating Performance and Preparing the New Programming Period 2021-2027

The complete program for day 1 and day 2 can be found in our program brochure starting on page 4.

Preview of the brochure cover: ESIF 2019 - Evaluating Performance and Preparing the New Programming Period 2021-2027
Information


ESIF will focus more and more on result and impact

In the current programming period, a much stronger focus lays on results-based management. 2019 will be the year of the performance review. Member states have to report their total eligible expenditure to the European Commission by mid-2019 and thus prove that their Operational Programmes (OP) have met set milestones. Where milestones have not been achieved, member states have to reallocate the performance reserve to other priorities within a certain amount of time.




Who is this seminar for?
  • How to prepare for the Annual Implementation Report 2019
  • How to structure processes in order to allocate the performance reserve right
  • How to monitor and evaluate performance
  • What are challenges and opportunities of monitoring Operational Programmes?
  • How to fulfil reporting requirements on implementation progress
  • How can beneficiaries reach targets and contribute to the collection of data
  • What are the most appropriate evaluation methodologies? For which type of operations do they apply?
  • How to collect data and what information is needed for your evaluation
  • What are qualitative and quantitative evaluation methods and how to apply them in practice?
  • What is the goal of the Counterfactual Impact Evaluation, and for which projects and programmes is it useful?



What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?

Members of staff dealing with management, control, monitoring and evaluation of ESI Funds 2014-2020 including Directors, Heads of Units, Managers, Experts, Controllers, Auditors, Officers, Lawyers from:

  • Managing Authorities
  • Intermediate Bodies and other Authorising Bodies
  • Certifying Authorities
  • Audit Authorities
  • Beneficiaries of EU Funds
  • National and Investment Banks, Private Banks
  • Regional Development Agencies
  • National and Regional Courts of Auditors
  • Regional and Local Governments, Municipalities
  • Consulting Companies, Advisory and Audit Services



Location: Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte


Axel-Springer-Str. 55
10117 Berlin
Germany

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