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Europe 2014-2020: pistes pour le numérique dans les fonds structurels

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Commission Européenne, présentations de la Délégation générale Société de l’Information à la délégation d’Aquitains conduite par AEC, 30 janvier 2012: quelle place pour le financement du numérique …

Commission Européenne, présentations de la Délégation générale Société de l’Information à la délégation d’Aquitains conduite par AEC, 30 janvier 2012: quelle place pour le financement du numérique dans les prochains fonds structurels 2014-2020

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  • 1. Digital Agenda, Structural Funding and Going Local John Doyle: Policy Co-ordination unit
  • 2. Very Fast Internet: EU targets 2013 2020Internet for 100% ≥30Mbps for 100% ≥100Mbps for 50% of households
  • 3. ERDF-EARDF: The Recent Past Financing ICT/Broadband 2007-2013Broadband EARDF Broadband infrastructure (EERP +Normal RD) 687M euro ERDF: Broadband infrastructure 2.3Billion Absorption at Dec 2010: 31%ICT services and demand ERDF:12.9 Billion Absorption rate at Dec 2010: 43%PROS/CONS Pros: Innovative models, users needs, demand aggregation, local actors involvement, granting of rights of ways, => sustainability Cons: Regional Capacity to plan/implement, state aid (mapping, investment plans) rules, incoherence with national plans
  • 4. The Next Phase …. Adoptio First Second Third Fourth First Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec n of Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Adoption Regulation Adoption of on 6 Negotiations in Council and Parliament - adoption December 2012 Regulations October Adoption of staff Discussion of CSF with Council, Preparation Adoption of NEGOTIATIONS CSF working EP and Stakeholders of CSF CSF document on CSF Adoption of Submis- country sion of draftNegotiation negotiation OPs and mandate Adoption of Adoption Preparation of draft country negotiation mandates, to be finalised by July 2012 Discussion with MS mandates PC within 3 PCs of OPs as staff months of working adoption of documents CSF Training: Training: general approach & - block 1: horizontal topics - conditionality,Activities of Desk communication Training: performance, indciators, milestones Communication with Member Negot- officers - block 2: thematic issues States and other stakeholders on iation Participation in TTFs proposals skills Preparation of negotiation mandates, Preparation of country fiches informal contacts with member states
  • 5. Concentration, Coordination … Cohesion policy budget 2014-2020 : €376 billion Key role to play in delivering the Europe 2020 objectives Concentrate funding on a 11 of thematic objectives Prioritise within these 11
  • 6. CSF Regulation : 11 thematic objectives: Innovation, ICT, SMEs 1. Research & innovation 2. Information and communication technologies (ICT) 3. Competitiveness of Small and Medium- sized Enterprises (SMEs) 4. Shift towards a low-carbon economy 5. Climate change adaptation & riskSustainable Development prevention and management 6. Environmental protection & resource efficiency Transport 8. Sustainable transport & removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructuresEmployment and Social Inclusion 10. Employment & supporting labour mobility 11. Social inclusion & combating poverty Education 13. Education, skills & lifelong learning 15. Institutional capacity building & efficient
  • 7. ICT: One of 11 objectives but not an explicit priority More developed & transitional regions 80% (20% on renewable energy) Less developed regions: 50% (20% on renewable energy)3 thematic Objectives Research & innovation Energy efficiency & renewable energy Competitiveness of SMEsICT funding in Cohesion No funding of DAE objectives in 50% or 80% DAE: remaining 20% or 50% with all other priorities ICT as supporting measures within 3 priorities No funding of infrastructure in more developed regionsResult CEF+ ICT in Cohesion spending in 2014-2020: Most probably lower! Discussion on EU Budget: Council and EP 2012-2013
  • 8. ICT: Disaster or OpportunityGoing “Really” Local Lots of Regions think differently … Think resilience as well as specialisationSmart Specialisation Strategy Platform in Seville (Meeting with REGIO) How can ICTs be embedded in other priorities? CoRConclusion As ICT believers we have to “work the problem” It all happens this year…