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EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period
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  • 1. EU Funds investments and projections, preparation for the 2014-2020 period March, 2014
  • 2. 1.Implementation progress 2.Risks 3.Progress of 2014-2020 Content 21.03.2014 2
  • 3. 21.03.2014 3 1.1. 2007-2013 absorption by 31.01.2014. (M EUR, % of EU funding, progress % since 31.03.2013.) 553,9 (95% + 12%) 914,2 (59% + 10%) 1 520,3 (63% + 10%) 2 988,4 (66% + 11%) 534,5 (92% + 11%) 944,1 (61% + 10%) 1 574,6 (65% + 7%) 3 053,2 (67% + 9%) 638,2 (109% + 5%) 1 489,3 (97%; 0%) 2 435,3 (101% + 8%) 4 562,8 (101% + 5%) 583,1 (100%) 1 539,8 (100%) 2 407,6 (100%) 4 530,4 (100%) 74,9 (12,9%) 49,8 (3,2%) 279,9 (11,6%) 404,6 (8,9%) 0 1 000 2 000 3 000 4 000 5 000 6 000 0 1 000 2 000 3 000 4 000 5 000 ESF CF ERDF Total Millions Approved projects Payments to fianl beneficiaries Recieved advance and interim payments from EC EU funding Overcommittments Total: 2 687,5 (111,6%) Total: 1 589,6 (103,2%) Total: 658 (112,9%) Total: 4 935 (108,9%)
  • 4. 21.03.2014 4 1.2. Contracts by industries (M EUR, % of EU funding till 31.01.2014.) 1 273,5 688,8 488,1 407,0 377,1 330,3 256,1 231,7 187,6 109,1 50,6 22,0 15,3 Transport / ICT (28,7%); 93,1%* Environment (15,5%); 91,7% Education (11,0%); 103,9% Entrepreneurship and Innovation (9,2%); 88% Employment and social inclusion (8,5%); 113,6% Urban environment (7,4%); 120,3% Science (5,8%); 96,1% Health (5,2%); 105,6% Energetics (4,2%); 94,3% Support for EU funds management (2,5%); 98,2% Culture (1,1%); 140,4% Administrative capacity (0,5%); 96% Tourism (0,3%); 88,7% * - Contracts as % of available EU funding for industry
  • 5. 21.03.2014 5 1.3. Progress by Ministries by 31.01.2014 (M EUR, % of EU funding) 746,2 (100%) 729,4 (100%) 1 193,5 (100%) 1 222,9 (100%) 51,3 (6,9%) 80,9 (11,1%) 74,5 (6,2%) 117,7 (9,6%) 750,4 (100,6%) 681,3 (93,4%) 1 194,5 (100,1%) 1 238,0 (101,2%) 501,3 (67,2%) 449,9 (61,7%) 746,0 (62,5%) 952,1 (77,9%) 0 500 1000 1500 MoES MoE MoT MoEPRD Available EU funding; Total 4 403,6 mEUR (without technical assistance - 126,8 mEUR) Overcommittments; Total 404,6 mEUR Approved projects; Total 4 438,1 mEUR Payments to the funding recipient; Total 3 106,6 mEUR Total: 1 340,6 (109,6%) Total: 810,3 (111,1%) Total: 1 268 (106,2%) 102,6 48,1;129 73,5 270,8; 388,5 279,5; 360,4 447,5; 522 Total: 797,5 (106,9%) 47,1 244,9; 296,2
  • 6. 21.03.2014 6 1.4. EC payments by 10.02.2014 % of Member state’s allocation 18,27 % 38,07 % 50,28 % 51,12 % 52,30 % 52,62 % 59,26 % 62,90 % 65,96% 66,96 % 67,86 % 78,77 % 84,15 % 0,0% 10,0% 20,0% 30,0% 40,0% 50,0% 60,0% 70,0% 80,0% 90,0% Croatia Romania Bulgaria Czech Republic Malta Slovakia Hungary Slovenia Latvia Cyprus Poland Estonia Lithuania 1st place within ESF
  • 7. 21.03.2014 7 1.5. EU funds budget execution in the division of Responsible Institutions in 2013, M EUR 263 214 127 120 49 46 22 11 3 236 175 93 94 43 35 19 10 2 236 170 83 84 42 35 17 10 2 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Ministry of Transport Ministry of the Environmental Protection and Regional Development Ministry of Education and Science Ministry of Economics Ministry of Welfare Ministry of Health Ministry of Finance Ministry of Culture State Chancellery Ministry forecasts of 02.12.2012. (856,1 M EUR) Available budget expenditure on 31.12.2013. (705,9 M EUR) Budget expenses of 2013 (677,4 M EUR) 1. Responsible Institutions forecast - 856,1 M EUR; Law of Budget*– 745,3 M EUR. 2. State budget expenditure fulfilment - 96,0% or 677,4 M EUR of total available budget 705,9 M EUR, non-performance – 28,4 M EUR. 3. Main non-performances in the division of Responsible Institutions: - Ministry of Economics 9,8 M EUR – Measures Regarding The Increase of Efficiency of Centralised Heat Supply Systems, Innovations, Promotion of Entrepreneurship, Improvement of Heat Insulation of Multi-apartment Residential Buildings ; - Ministry of Education and Science 9,6 M EUR – Priority „Science and Innovations”, Modernisation of Equipment and Improvement of Infrastructure for Implementation of Vocational Education Programmes; - Ministry of the Environmental Protection and Regional Development 5,9 M EUR – ICT projects, Rehabilitation of Inherited Contaminated Sites; - Ministry of Finance 2,2 M EUR – Tehnical assistance projects of all ministries.
  • 8. 21.03.2014 8 1.6. Cash flow 2007-2013 and 2014-2020 M EUR 98 151 425 464 512 714 624 530 590 195 227 26 189 585 738 780 651 677 779 613 44 154 245 307 66 198 280 342 574 745 439 307 845 811 342 550 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Final payment (~ 2018.g.)Forecasted payments from EC for 2007-2013 planning period (4 530 M EUR) Planned state budget expenditure for 2007-2013 planning period (5 039 M EUR) Forecasted payments from EC for 2014-2020 planning period (4 389 M EUR), incl. 2014-2017 (749 M EUR) Planned state budget expenditure for 2014-2020 planning period (4 835 M EUR), incl. 2014-2017 (886 M EUR) Total forecasted payments from EC in 2014-2017 (2 065 M EUR) Total planned state budget expenditure in 2014-2017 (2 279 M EUR) Payments from EC set in the Annual State Budget Law for 2014 (549.7 M EUR)
  • 9. 21.03.2014 9 1.7.Targets for payments in 2013 M EUR, % of target 82,2 85,8 (104,5%) 359,5 360,3 (100,2%) 260,7 210,4 (80,7%) 702,3 656,5 (93,5%) 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Feb. March April May June July August September October November December ESF target ESF fulfillment ERDF target ERDF fulfillment CF target CF fulfillment Total target Total fulfillment 45,8 50,3
  • 10. 1.Implementation progress 2.Risks 3.Progress for 2014-2020 Content 21.03.2014 10
  • 11. 21.03.2014 11 2.1. 1 OP - ESF The risk of losing EU funding 350 462 554 554 554 583 76 158 373 475 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Programme closure Actual payments (EUR) until 31.12.2013. and forecast for further years ESF "red line" (EUR) No risk!
  • 12. 21.03.2014 12 2.2. 3 OP – ERDF The risk of losing EU funding 542 820 1 120 1 438 1 660 1 711 234 488 1 021 1 335 1 523 1 711 0 200 400 600 800 1 000 1 200 1 400 1 600 1 800 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Closure Actual payments (EUR) until 31.12.2013. and forecast for further years ERDF "red line" No risk!
  • 13. 21.03.2014 13 2.3. 2 OP - ERDF The risk of losing EU funding 101 211 456 591 644 696 304 375 457 536 580 623 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Till 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Closure ERDF "red line" (EUR) Actual payments (EUR) till 31.12.2013. and forecast for futher years 2DP ERAF N+2/N+3 Main problems: - Too optimistic cash flow modeling; - Many cancelations of projects Measures to be taken: - MoE and MoES develops plan of actions to acquire EU funds 100%; - MA strongly monitors intermediate terms of action plan Worst case scenario: 2014 – losses of EU funds up to 55 mEUR 2015 – losses of EU funds total up to 73 mEUR
  • 14. 21.03.2014 14 • MoE measures: – New call (4th) of an activity «high value-added investments»; – New call (2th) of an activity «Sub-activity "Support for construction or reconstruction of industrial premises«; – Strict terms for every financial beneficiary to submit 35% of declarable expenses till 1st of December, 2014; – Other actions (prolongation of agreements). • MoES plans new calls within activity «Support for science and research» and «Support for international cooperation projects in science and technology» (additional 30 mEUR of EU funds absorption). • A solid plan of measures with intermediate terms should be created and approved for both line ministries. MA will evaluate the actions already taken and proposals given, as well as will strongly monitor every step to be taken within the defined terms. 2.5. Measures to be taken:
  • 15. 21.03.2014 15 2.4. 3 OP - CF The risk of losing EU funding - Problems in environmental and transport sector infrastructure projects - Government assignment for the ministries to carry out immediate arrangements 953,85 1 237,13 1 539,78 965 1 333 1 583 1 265 1 522 900 1 300 1 700 2 013 2 014 2 015 CF "red line" (EUR) CF forecast Projection of payment requests Risk in 2015 - neto loss in total for the period aprox. 18 M EUR
  • 16. 1.Implementation progress 2.Risks 3.Progress for 2014-2020 Content 21.03.2014 16
  • 17. 17 3.1. Functions in 2014-2020
  • 18. • Develops planning documents • Develops criteria and evaluation methodology • Develops rules for specific support goals (SSG) • Provides SSG results and control 3.2. Allocation of the functions Responsible institution Co-operation institution • Develops project selection regulations • Advises project applicants and beneficiaries • Performs project selection procedures • Enters into contracts and agreements with the beneficiaries • Monitors the implementation of projects
  • 19. 2007-2013 2014-2020 9 RI and 6 CI 10 RI and 1 CI (CFLA) RI functions can delegate to CI Clear RI and CI allocation of functions RI and CI both approve projects and enter into agreements Only CI approve projects and enter into agreements CI decisons can be challenged in RI CI decisions can be challenged in Managing Authority Unjustified expenditures can be recovered in administrative procedure Unjustified expenditures can be recovered only in civil procedure Unclear dispute resolution if the beneficiary is a public body Clear dispute resolution if the beneficiary is a public body Evaluation criteria in regulations of the activities Evaluation criteria etc. in selection rules Unequal conditions on freedom of information about the project More equal conditions, more freedom of information 3.3. Comparison
  • 20. 21.03.2014 20 The main documents used for developing of PA and OP • Latvian National Development plan 2014 – 2020 • Latvian National Reforms Programme for Implementation of „Europe 2020” Strategy • European Commission Position Document, presented on 4 December 2012 • EU's Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and its flagship initiatives (f.e. Resource efficient Europe, Digital agenda for Europa). • Recommendation of the EU Council • National strategies and etc. 3.4.Partnership Agreement and Operational programme «Growth and Employment» for 2014-2020
  • 21. 21.03.2014 21 3.5.EU funds financing by thematic objectives 11% 5% 7% 11% 2% 12% 27% 3% 10% 12% 0% Strengthening research, technological development and innovation Enhancing access to, and use and quality of, information and communication technologies; Enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises Supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors Promoting climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management Protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency Promoting sustainable transport and removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructures; Promoting employment and supporting labour mobility Promoting social inclusion and combating poverty Investing in education, skills and lifelong learning; Enhancing institutional capacity and an efficient public administration. Total EU financing (ESF, CF, ERDF) 2014-2020 for Latvia is 4.43 billion EUR
  • 22. • Partnership Agreement has been submitted to EC on 15th of January 2014 (approved by Cabinet of Ministers in 17th of December 2013) • Operational Programme has been submitted to EC on 4th of March (approved by Cabinet of Ministers in 11th of February 2014) • In 3rd and 4th quarter of 2014 implementation of first specific objectives will be launched • Design of the National legislation base and improvement of management and control system (Guidelines and methodology) within 2014 • 28th of March, 2014 – meeting of the Provisional Monitoring Committee 3.6. Time schedule for 2014-2020 21.03.2014 22
  • 23. 21.03.2014 23 Thank you Any Questions? www.esfondi.lv www.fm.gov.lv esfondi@fm.gov.lv - e-mail for suggestions on LV EU funds system improvement

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