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The European Union
Government of the Republic of Serbia
European Integration Office
WRAP UP SESSION
Have we learned something?
Hierarchy of Strategic Documents
Enlargement Package
(EU Enlargement Strategy, SAA, European Partnership, EC Progress Report)
IPA II Regulation / Rules of Application
Country /Multi-Country Strategy Paper
National Sector Programme or (IPA-specific)
Sector Planning Document -SPD)
Action Documents (ADs)
Annexed: SPDs
(Draft) Action Programme (AP)
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The European Union
Financing Proposal
Annexed: ADs
Commission
Implementing Decision
Annexed: AP
Financing Agreement
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
There might also be cases where an individual Action
Programme is made up of one single Action, particularly where
an Action (and therefore the entire Action Programme) focuses
on a defined sector (e.g. through Budget Support).
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Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
Programme Types
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The European Union
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
A Country Action Programme
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The European Union
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
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The European Union
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
The Sector Planning Document
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The European Union
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
Sector Planning Document
1. Sector Description
1.1 National Sector Policy & Strategy
1.2 Sector Institutional Framework, Coordination, Capacity
1.3 Performance Assessment Framework
2. Sector Programme Rationale
2.3 SWOT Analysis
2.4 Cross-Cutting Issues
2.5 Links with other sectors
SDP Core Element 1: Intervention Logic
3. Sector Programme Description
3.1 Overall & Specific Objectives
(Actions)
SDP Core Element 2: Sequencing
3.2 Impact Indicators
3.3 Results
3.4 Measures & Operations
3.5 Past and on-going experience, lessons learned
3.6 Sustainability
3.7 Assumptions & Pre-conditions
3.8 Institutional Arrangements for Implementation
4. Budget
4.1 Summary of Indicative Budget
4.2 Budget breakdown per year
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Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
SPD: Intervention Logic
NAD /CSP
SPD
AD
Overall Objective
/Enlargement
Strategy
Priority /Target
Overall Objective
Measure
Specific
Objective
Results
Overall Objective
Specific
Objective
Results
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European Integration Office
How do we make SPD?
CSP targets
Solutions
Overview of existing
and future projects
Screening NAD
measures
EC Progress Report
2013
Evaluations
Problems
Sector absorption
capacity
Project funded by
The European Union
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
POTENTIAL OPERATIONS 2014-2016 and INDICATIVE TIMETABLE
Themes for discussion
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
1. Support to acquis in environment and
climate change sector
2019
Preconditions:
To be in line with NPAA, forthcoming benchmarks and sequenced with bilateral aquis support;
2. Project preparation in waste
management
Preconditions:
The line ministry leading role in development of GAP reports within the Methodology of selection and prioritization of projects;
Policy decision:
Finalization of the revisions of the Waste Management Strategy;
3. Project preparation in water
management systems (water suply,
wastewater, flood protection)
Preconditions:
The line ministry leading role in development of GAP reports within the Methodology of selection and prioritization of projects;
Policy decision:
Systematic decision on improvement of management water related projects in order to avoid usual bottlenecks;
Legal establishment of responsibilities between the Contracting Authority, ministry in charge and local authorities;
Development of the Water Strategy.
4. Investment in waste management
systems
Preconditions:
The number of waste management related projects at the bottleneck list significantly reduced;
Policy decision:
Systematic decision on improvement of management water related projects in order to avoid usual bottlenecks;
Legal establishment of responsibilities between the Contracting Authority, ministry in charge and local authorities;
2020
POTENTIAL OPERATIONS 2014-2016 and INDICATIVE TIMETABLE
Themes for discussion
2014 2015
2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
1. Border management (implementation of IBM strategy)
(Assessment of the needs for improvement of the organisation and management of borders,
Harmonize the existing administrative procedures for joint operation of border services, TNA
and training plan for the border services, Needs assessment and recommendations for
synchronized development of the telecommunications and information technologies,
Construction of border crossings)
Precondition:
Project documentation and necessary permits relevant for construction/reconstruction of border crossings; Clear prioritization according to the CAS
Business Plan
2. Migration management
(Asylum - improvement of accommodation; Support to improvement of migration
management system in the Republic of Serbia and its compliance with the EU standards and
recommendations; Capacity building for all competent institutions on national and local level
responsible for providing education, health protection, employment, social welfare and
administrative (such as issuance of documentation) services; Support to statistical data
gathering and sharing, monitoring of the migration flows and recommendations for improved
and existing regulations to be aligned with the EUROSTAT methodology; Support to IDPs voluntary sustainable return and improvement of living conditions)
Precondition:
Acceptance of the local community to construct asylum centre; Project documentation and necessary permits relevant for construction/reconstruction of
asylum centre in place
3. Fight against organized crime
(Analyze the legal and institutional capacities for development of the NCIS, TNA and
multidisciplinary training programme for improving capacities for financial investigation, Need
assessment and recommendations for establishing uniformed databases in order to develop
ILP-Intelligence-led Policing, Create legal and institutional framework for development of the
ILP-Intelligence-led Policing, Develop and establish the ILP, Fight against terrorisms, cybercrime, drugs and money laundering)
AF Intervention logic
OVERALL OBJECTIVE
The Action contribution to
sector policy objectives
(impact)
OVI
SoV
How the overall objective is Hoe the information will be
to be measured (SMART)
collected, when and by
whom
ASSUMPTIONS
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE
Central objective in terms
of sustainable benefits to
be delivered to the Action
beneficiaries
OVI
How the specific objective
is to be measured
(SMART)
More details in section 4
SoV
Hoe the information will be
collected, when and by
whom
If specific objective is
achieved, what
assumptions must hold
true to achieve the overall
objective
RESULTS
Tangible products or
services
OVI
How the results are to be
measured (SMART)
SoV
Hoe the information will be
collected, when and by
whom
If results are achieved,
what assumptions must
hold true to achieve the
specific objective
ACTIVITIES
Tasks to be undertaken,
can be grouped in
components
MEANS
Service contract
Grant
Twinning
OVERALL COST
Total cost for the entire
Action
(not to be broken down)
If activities are completed,
what assumptions must
hold true to deliver the
results
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European Integration Office
Operating Structure
EC-HQ /
EUD
IPA Monitoring Committee
NIPAC/
NIPAC-TS
Sector Monitoring Committee
Sector Working Group
National
Authorising
Officer /National
Fund
A
u
d
i
t
SECTOR OPERATING STRUCTURE
Sector Lead Institution
Body Responsible
for Measure 1
Body Responsible
for Measure 2
Body Responsible
for Measure N
Contracting Authority
A
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t
h
o
r
i
t
y
End Beneficiaries
Contractors /Service Providers
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European Integration Office
SPD – sector support budget
SOURCES OF FUNDING
IB
INV
TOTAL
EXPENDITUR
E
TOTAL
PUBLIC
EXPENDITUR
E
(a)=(b)+(e)
(b)=(c)+(d)
IPA
CONTRIBUTION
EUR
(c)
%
(2)
NATIONAL PUBLIC CONTRIBUTION
Total
EUR
(d)=(x)+(y)+(z)
%
(2)
Central
EUR
(x)
Regional
/local
EUR
(y)
PRIVATE
CONTRIBUTION
IFIs
EUR
(z)
EUR
(e)
%
(3)
Action/meas
ure 1
Activity/Ope
ration 1.1
…..
Action 2
Activity 2.1
Activity 2.2
…..
TOTAL IB
TOTAL INV
TOTAL SECTOR
SUPPORT
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(2) Expressed in % of the public expenditure (b)
(3) Expressed in % of the total expenditure (a)
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
AF - budget
Budget
Implementation modalities
Total
Timeline*
EU
contribution
Launch of
procedure
Contract
signature
PROCUREMENT
Number of tenders to be launched and their types (service, FWC, supplies,
works) and expected number of contracts deriving from tenders
GRANTS
Call for proposals, direct grants and indicate a rough number of expected
contracts
TWINNING
…..
OTHER
Timeline in Q (Q1, Q2)
Contract signature date for direct grants
Project funded by
The European Union
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
Project funded by
The European Union
Government of the Republic
of Serbia
European Integration Office
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