First 2014-2020 projects approved by the Joint Monitoring Committee
Joint Monitoring Committee for Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 met on 30th of January 2018, in Bucharest.
The main point on the agenda of the meeting was the approval of the evaluation report of the second step – quality assessment of the applications submitted during the first call for proposals launched within Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020. The members of the Joint Monitoring Committee approved 23 projects to be funded, in total value of 18,630,289.97 euro (ENI funds).
The second meeting was attended by each delegation of the participating countries in the programme (Armenia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine), representatives of the European Commission, Joint Technical Secretariat and TESIM – Technical Support to the Implementation and Management of ENI CBC programmes.
The results of the technical and financial evaluation of the applications submitted during the first call for proposals launched by the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 have been operated in the eMS (Electronic Monitoring System). All applicants may see in the eMS the status of their applications: „Recommended” or „Recommended under Conditions” or „Not Recommended”. Please note that „Recommended under Conditions” means that the application is on the reserve list.
Using the eMS registration e-mail address, notification letters will be sent to all applicants, indicating whether their application has been selected, recommended for the reserve list or rejected, according to the Joint Monitoring Committee’s decision.
Following the Joint Monitoring Committee’s approval of the Assessment Report of the applications submitted during the first call for proposals, the Chairperson of the Selection Committee informed accordingly all the Applicants through letters/notifications (using the eMS registration e-mail address), indicating whether their applications have been provisionally selected, rejected or listed under the reserve list.
Provisionally selected – those applications which are recommended for funding and which shall be contracted, provided that all documents requested under section 5 Pre-contractual conditions of the Guidelines for Grant Applicants are submitted within the set deadline;
Rejected – those applications which obtained scores below the minimum scores mentioned under step 2 – Quality Assessment;
Reserve list – those applications which obtained the minimum scores, but for which there are no available funds remaining under the first call for proposals following the ranking of the applications.
Source: Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 Programme official site