The Interreg Europe programme manual is revised now.
We have updated the manual to make it even clearer and more helpful than before for those of you implementing the approved project(s) as well as for those preparing a project for the next call.
See the key changes made:
- We have modified and included information linked to the anti-fraud strategy of the managing authority (MA), as part of the management and control system. See:
- the first level control certificate (Annex 2 to the programme manual) and the first level control report including checklist (Annex 3 to the programme manual)
- Annex 4 added to the programme manual with the first level control report on suspected or established fraud, developed by the managing authority
- information on the MA anti-fraud policy and recommendations for project partners included to prevent fraud, in particular in the field of public procurement
Download the new version to stay up to date!
If you have the previous version of the manual, you can see the track changes comparing the new version with the previous one in this document.
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