Under the 2014-2020 Operational Programs financed by Cohesion Policy funds, 23,486 operations were already approved - as at 31 December 2017, involving a total amount of eligible investment of 19 M€ and a Community contribution of 12 M€. See the Operation List here.
The "Did you know ...?" Campaign was recently launched, coordinated within the Portugal 2020 Communication Network, which integrates all the Operational Programs. The Campaign translates into the printing of phrases in sugar packets, which disseminate the results of the European Union Funds in Portugal, with benefits for people and regions, improving the perception of the Portuguese public on the impact of the implementation of these funds in our country.
As part of the 2014-2020 Operational Programnes financed by Cohesion Policy funds (ERDF, Cohesion Fund and European Social Fund), 20 307 operations were approved involving a total amount of investment of 15.4 000 M€ and a Community contribution of 10.3 000 M€. See the Global List, which includes operations approved by PO SEUR, here.
Now available for consultation and download in Excel and PDF format and reported to August 31, 2016, is the Operations Approved List within Portugal 2020, including PO SEUR. Ensure full transparency in the allocation of EU funds involves sharing with all citizens the information on the supported projects. The Operations Approved List, searchable, responds to this goal, allowing access to the entire society to the way the Union financial resources are invested.
It is available for viewing and download the List of Approved Operations within Portugal 2020, reported on 30 April 2016. To ensure full transparency in the allocation of EU funds involves sharing with all citizens the information on the supported projects, including entities, amounts contracted and results. The List of Approved Operations, reported on April 30, 2016, is available in Excel and PDF versions.
Now available in the Applications tab - Calls for Applications for consultation and download (in Excel format and PDF) is the General Plan of Calls for Applications 2016 approved yesterday, May 9. This Plan is general and presents a forecast of opening Calls for Applications for all Programmes of Portugal 2020.
European Funds from Portugal 2020 will support energy efficiency in homes and help the Portuguese save money spent with energy. The first step of the Operational Programme for Sustainability and Efficient Use of Resources (PO SEUR) is to allocate € 40 million of European funds in the new financial instrument for the rehabilitation and urban revitalization of Portugal 2020, called IFRRU 2020.
The first day of the III Urban Rehabilitation Week in Oporto which runs until October 31, was marked by discussion of the new financial instruments of Portugal 2020 for Urban Renewal and Energy Efficiency, theme focused at the Conference "Oporto and the new Cycle in Urban Rehabilitation ".
General Calls for Applications Plan was revised and updated on October 07, 2015 and now presents a new version of the Opening Calls for Applications to the various programmes that are part of Portugal 2020, including the Operational Programme for Sustainability and Efficient Use of Resources (PO SEUR). The Plan is available here and in the Applications tab - Calls for Applications in this site.
General Calls for Applications Plan was revised and updated again on August, 12 2015 and now presents a new version of the Opening Calls for Applications to the various programmes that are part of Portugal 2020, including the Operational Programme for Sustainability and Efficient Use of Resources (PO SEUR). The Plan is available here and in the Applications tab - Calls for Applications in this site.
The InterMinisterial Coordination Committee (CIC) for Portugal 2020 approved, on August, 5, the Global Evaluation Plan for Portugal 2020 (PGA PT2020), available for consultation. The overall goal of the evaluation is to establish itself as the guiding document for the assessment of Portugal 2020 (PT2020) - by all the entities responsible for the governance of the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) - so that the design and implementation of policies and programmes can benefit from quality assessments, supported by evidence on the effectiveness, efficiency and impact of the interventions.
AD & C - Agency for Development and Cohesion released the first issue of the Informative Report on European Union Funds - QREN and Portugal 2020 as a successor to the Newsletter on QREN Informative Report - Quadro de Referência Estratégico Nacional 2007-2013, constituting a structural and graphic reformulation of this document. The Report presented now seeks to provide a more concise reading in the early part of analysis of the application of EU Funds managed by national authorities, referring to more structured and detailed information by Program and Fund.
The website for the Curator of the Beneficiary of European Structural and Investment Funds is already operating. The Curator's mission is to receive and consider complaints from beneficiaries of European funds and make recommendations on them, and to propose the adoption of measures to contribute to the improvement on management of Portugal 2020.
In order to facilitate the process of submitting applications to the Portugal 2020 Calls for Applications through Balcão 2020, the Portugal 2020 FAQ - THEME 4 Balcão 2020 were updated explaining in detail and in a simple way how to send files up to 2GB.
The study by Francisco Manuel dos Santos Foundation, coordinated by Augusto Mateus, analyzes in detail the development of Portugal over the first three decades of European Union integration.
Cantanhede Municipality and INOVA - Cantanhde Economic and Social Development Enterprise will promote, on July 28, 2015 a seminar on " Portugal 2020 - Funding Opportunities " to be held in the Auditorium of Cantanhede Municipal Library, starting at 15:00 and with free entrance.