Implementation and reporting

After approval, the project work gathers momentum. The status of the project, including information on activities and financing, has to be reported to the secretariat to monitor the performance of the project.


News story
Reporting for call 1 projects

Indicators: Deliverables, outputs, results
Project partnership

Fact sheets
Fact sheet 1: General rules on eligibility
Fact sheet 2: Staff costs (version 2)
Fact sheet 2a: Staff costs – Flanders (updated 29 June 2015)
Fact sheet 2b: Staff costs - Netherlands
Fact sheet 3: Office and administration (including ‘overheads’)
Fact sheet 4: Travel and accommodation
Fact sheet 5: Contracting external experts and services
Fact sheet 8: Shared costs (joint costs) (version 3)
Fact sheet 9: Deducting revenue from payment claims
Fact sheet 10: Exchange rate
Fact sheet 11: Tender procedures (version 2)
Fact sheet 12: Documentation and the audit trail (version 2)
Fact sheet 13: Roles and responsibilities in project partnerships (version 3)
Fact sheet 14: Partnership agreement
Fact sheet 15: Private sector beneficiaries
Fact sheet 16: State aid (version 3)
Fact sheet 17: State aid for final recipients (version 3)
Fact sheet 18: Beneficiaries and activities outside the programme area
Fact sheet 22: Reporting (version 3)
Fact sheet 23: Indicators
Fact sheet 24: First Level Control (version 2)
Fact sheet 25: Publicity requirements (version 3)
Fact sheet 26: Project changes (version 2)

Fact sheet 27: Intellectual Property Rights and ownership of project investments 

First level control
Learn the basics of first level control in our programme manual.