This page contains information on the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and on the first level control in Poland. You may also speak directly with the Interreg Europe representatives in Poland.
Ministry of Development Funds and Regional Policy
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Ministry of Development Funds and Regional Policy
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Country news and events
Information event for beneficiaries from PolandAn info event about Interreg Europe's second call for project proposals for beneficiaries from Poland.
Online information event for Polish beneficiariesAn online information event presenting Interreg Europe's second call for project proposals in Poland.
Webinars by the Mazovia Development Agency PlcWebinars planned in the RAP for Local Government Units on promoting OSS knowledge and presenting the benefits of OSS implementation in the municipality / city.
National co-financing available for beneficiaries from PolandPolish beneficiaries in 2021-2027 projects will be able to apply for national co-financing of their eligible costs.
E-COOL partners' meetingNext E-COOL partner meeting will take place at Opole (Poland) on November 15th.
SCO guide for beneficiaries from PolandPolish beneficiaries now have a guidebook on simplified cost options available in their local language.
Online event about Interreg funding opportunities in PolandAn online information event presenting the funding opportunities offered by three Interreg programmes in Poland.
Building a support system for participation in EU funded programmesOn 29 June and 30 June 2022, the Policy Learning Platform organised a peer review for the Marshal’s Office of Pomorskie Voivodeship, Poland. Explore the outcome in this article.
Social SEEDS Policy Learning DialogueThe Social SEEDS partnership organizes its 2nd Policy Learning Dialogue between the 7th and 8th of September, 2022 in Rzeszów, Poland.
Peer review: how to better support regions in accessing EU-funded innovation and research programmesOn 30 June and 1 July 2022, the Policy Learning Platform will organise a peer review for the Marshal’s Office of Pomorskie Voivodeship, Poland.
World Urban ForumThe World Urban Forum (WUF) is the premier global conference on sustainable urbanisation. The theme of the forum is Transforming our Cities for a Better Urban Future. The forum takes place on 26-30 June 2022 in Katowice, Poland, and it will also welcome online participants. Registration is open
Information event about the first call for Polish beneficiariesA second online information event about the Interreg Europe's first call for project proposals in Poland.
Circular Perspective in the Region Economy for 2022The Circular Perspective in the Region Economy for 2022 - Lodzkie Region stakeholder event
A Circular Perspective in the Region's EconomyCircular economy in companies, sustainable supply and value chains, Life Cycle Assessment - an overview of the most promising initiatives and projects
Info event for beneficiaries from PolandAn online event about Interreg Europe and its first call for project proposals for beneficiaries from Poland.
Projects with country partners
This section provides information about the control system and national guidance set up in Poland for the 2021-2027 programming period.
Download the latest list of managing authorities and intermediate bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes in each country. Select the PL tab for information about Poland.
Poland uses a centralised control system. The centralized control system is performed by the Center of European Projects - CEP (with the exception of TA) - a state-budget unit under the supervision of the Ministry of Development Funds and Regional Policy.
The control body
Center for European Projects
Control costs will not be charged to project partners.
Projects for on-the-spot verifications are selected based on risk analysis.
You can find the following documents translated into Polish at these links:
This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in Poland for the 2014-2020 programming period. The costs associated with this control are indicated so that they can be planned for in project budgets.
Poland uses a centralised first level control system.
Polish project partners' expenditure will therefore need to be checked and confirmed by the approbation body.
The approbation body
Center of European Projects
The above-mentioned body will perform the first level control free of charge to Polish project partners.
The first level control body will organise on-the-spot-checks on a sample basis using a risk-based approach.
Due to the COVID-19 situation the FLC have been trying to adapt to the new circumstances as soon as possible.
To ensure smooth Partner report’s verification and certification processes as well as taking into consideration partners’ inquiries concerning alternative methods for reporting of expenditures in the projects implemented within Interreg Baltic Sea Region, Interreg Central Europe, Interreg Europe, and URBACT III Programmes, we would like to inform you that we have transferred every process possible to the 'virtual world'.
Please find below the modified communication procedures. These new procedures will be valid until further notice.
1. Only the cover letter containing information such as the programme, acronym of the project, reporting period and contact addresses - should be sent using the ePUAP program to a CPE box dedicated to First Level Control (FLC)
2. The address is: /CPE_Warszawa/kontrola
4. Sending a letter starts the administrative control period. This means that it is equivalent to the date of receipt of the paper documents to the CPE.
5. This letter will be forwarded to your FLC controller.
6. The FLC controller will ask you to provide in electronic version only the documents which will be selected for the sample check.
7. Then, please provide an electronic version of the selected documents to your controller. There is no need to print out these documents and sign them "for compliance with the original".
8. Addresses of mailboxes dedicated to employees of the Control Department can be found at this website.
9. The certificate will be sent electronically.
Additionally, please note that we have set up an email inbox. if it is not possible to send the Letter using the ePUAP program.
In this case, however, we ask you not to duplicate sending the covers letters.
A letter transmitted using the ePUAP program is sufficient.
EPUAP is an electronic platform for public administration services. It is used for communication of citizens and entrepreneurs with public administration.
Please, also check the new guidance for public tenders in the context of COVID-19.
Due to the accrued delays in the implementation of the provisions of the Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on public procurement and repealing Directive 2004/18/EC as well as the Directive 2014/25/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors and repealing Directive 2004/17/EC to the Polish legal system and taking into account the principle of direct effect of directives, it is recommended, in order to avoid the risk of irregularities by Polish beneficiaries who carry public procurement procedures from 18 of April 2016, to apply one of the alternative approaches:
a. Postpone carrying out the public procurement procedures until the implementation of the provisions of the directives to the Polish legal system.
b. If it is not possible to postpone the launch of public procurement procedures, it is advised to follow the principles laid down in the Communication on the Directive 2014/24/EU and Directive 2014/25/EU of 26 February 2014, available on the website of The Polish Public Procurement Office.
(For public procurement procedures launched before 18 of April 2016 the provisions of the current Public Procurement Law are binding, in the version valid on the date of launching a procurement)
Below you can find translated into Polish.
Have a look at the Polish content on our website. Scroll through our project ideas and good practices, or contact our Polish community members and organisations.
Project ideas from this country
Pyrolysis container installation - holistic approach to modern agriculture
HYDROGENETIC: Hydrogen Economy Development through of Interregional Cooperation
Night-Time Economy Strategies (NITIES)
Green Hydrogen Valley regional management policy
Social Competences for Research and Innovation Infrastructure - SCORE
INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR A CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE
Participatory River Basins Management System on climate change
Remote Healthcare for Silver Europe (CARES)
Historic Hunters - HH
Local revitalization strategies for attractive, sustainable and inclusive cities
Mainstreaming climate adaptation through spatial planning tools
Mutual cooperation towards triggering hydrogen solutions for buildings
Energy security in seaport cities - utilization of surplus heat and other energy sources
Good practices from this country
Mazowiecka Liquidity Loan
Polish National Development Bank in cooperation with the Marshal's Office of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship launched the Mazowiecka Liquidity Loan for SMEs facing problems related to the COVID-19...
Quality standards and individualised approach of local incubation programme within ERDF by Leszno Business Centre
Quality incubation programme for local start-ups including both business support services and investment (first being pre-condition for the latter).
International Design Review Graduation Projects
Graduation Projects is a review of projects created by graduates of design studies from Central Europe: the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary.
Start from Mazovia
Dissemination&promotion of good practices: economic use of new technologies, development&new products introduction, modern management methods, business models.
Cycling May during pandemic
The practice promotes active mobility and encourages children to be physically active by participating in the competition in spite of pandemic restrictions.
Intelligent Transport System (ITS)
Bydgoszcz ITS are a wide range of technologies and management used in transport to increase the safety of road users, increase the efficiency of the transport.
Business Lubelskie (Biznes Lubelskie)
Regional one-stop shop for investors and exporters, operated by self-government of Lublin Region – Marshal Office of Lubelskie Voivodeship.
Connect Poland Prize: attracting foreign startup talents with corporates and investors
Acceleration program for innovative foreign startups run in cooperation with industry partners and investors under open innovation approach.
INNOVA-INVEST – pre-incubation program with equity investments
Pre-incubation program for innovative startups with equity investments (seed funding), comprised of 4 batches run for 3 months each.
Start in Park
An acceleration program intended for current and aspiring entrepreneurs from the Płock region.
Land purchase policy by the Kampinos National Park
Flood control reservoir and a tourist route along the Wilga River
LCA monitoring and evaluation in carbon footprint calculations using computer software
Centre of Entrepreneurship Smolna
Country organisations in our community
The Complex of Swietokrzyskie and Nida River Landscape Parks
landbrand Hubert Gonera
National Centre for Research and Development
Cracow University of Technology
Rewilding Oder Delta
Agencja Public Relations Frieze
Provincial Ambulance Station in Przemyśl SPZOZ
Polish Institute of Economic Thought
Podkarpackie Region - The Regional Centre for Social Policy
INSTITUTE OF SOCIO-POLITICAL TECHNOLOGIES "KYBERNETES"
Westpomeranian Innovation Centre LLC
Association Energy and Hydrogen WKlaster
Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology
Country members in our community
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