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HIT 2021-2027 Application Form - Questions and Answers

Monday, 29 June, 2020
Online 13:00 - 15:30 CET

Practical approaches for implementation of project intervention logic and simplified cost options

Harmonisation of practices in Interreg programme and project management started many years ago, and continues while we prepare for the next programming period. In the 2014-2020 period, Interreg Programmes harmonised implementation tools (templates and guidance documents) used for the selection and monitoring of Interreg projects. The HIT tools are: application form, assessment criteria and checklists, progress reports and management verification templates.

In 2019, the process of developing HIT for the 2021-2027 period started. A HIT Core Group was established, consisting of 25 programmes from all strands. This group has already met several times. Their task is to update and optimize HIT tools from the 2014-2020 period. Their focus is on changes required by the regulatory framework, and simplification for projects and programme bodies. 

Tools (mainly the application form) used in the project selection process will be available as final drafts this month. To enable smooth implementation of these tools, we are inviting all Interreg Programmes, including IPA CBC and ENI Programmes, to an online Question & Answer session, where we will explain the underlying approaches used in HIT tools. Participants will have an opportunity to ask detailed questions and discuss potential challenges in project selection in the 2021-2027 period.

Online event objectives

  • To explain the agreed approaches in HIT tools
  • To reply to questions programmes might have about the HIT tools and their use, including flexibility options
  • To promote HIT tools for the 2021-2027 period

This event is for you if you are or will be responsible for preparing the HIT tools for the 2021-2027 period in your programme.

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Contact: Mattias Assmundson
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