INTERREG IIIC 2000-2006 is an EU-funded programme that helps Europe's regions form partnerships to work together on common projects.
INTERREG IIIC 2000-2006 is an EU-funded programme that helps Europe's regions form partnerships to work together on common projects. By sharing knowledge and experience, these partnerships enable the regions involved to develop new solutions to economic, social and environmental challenges. To simplify programme management, the territory of the EU is divided into four programme zones (North, East, South and West).
The CIP Interreg IIIC - South Zone represents the biggest part of Interreg IIIC in financial terms but also in terms of approved operations. In particular, co-financing from ERDF reached the amount of 138 M euro (almost 45% of the whole Interreg IIIC), while the approved operations counted 85 (31% of the whole Interreg IIIC).
The Managing Authority (MA) of CIP Interreg IIIC South is the Regional Government of Valencia (Spain).
TREK Consulting provides technical assistance to the MA for the closure of CIP Interreg IIIC South. In particular TA services include the following:
. Organization, codification and updating of all physical and electronic files of the Programme (including the results of recent controls/audits, annual reports, etc.).
. Preparation and submission of comments regarding the Ex-Post Evaluation of the Programme in the context of INTERACT.
. Composition of the concerted report.
. Monitoring and follow-up of control and audits performed by Member-States.
. Identification of the time-schedule for the closure of the Programme.
. Formulation and submission of the final report of the Programme, according to EU regulations and guidelines; consultation with the EC and support the MA until the EC approval.