The document “Quarterly Monitoring Report on the State of Implementation of the Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund in the Programming Period 2007–2013” (further in the text described as “CMR”) is the main output of financial monitoring.
Since January 2014 the regular report will be published on quarterly basis.
The purpose of the CMR is:
to provide publicly accessible information on the progress of financial drawing from the EU funds on the level of all operational programs and the NSRF level,
to use it as a basic tool for effective management and implementation of the European Union cohesion policy in the Czech Republic.
The data in the CMR cover the main important stages in the process of a project realization. Those stages are: submitted applications, eliminated applications, applications under approval process, approved projects, payments to beneficiaries and amounts certified by the Paying and certifying authority (PCA).
The National Coordination Authority (NCA) at the Ministry of Regional Development is responsible for publishing of the CMR.
The NCA relies on data provided by managing authorities and intermediate bodies of the OPs, applicants and beneficiaries. Thus, the reliability of the CMR depends on the quality of data provided by those subjects.
The latest Quarterly Monitoring Report
The latest version of the CMR is published here [PDF, 1.95MB] [PDF, 4.65MB](Czech version only).
Archive of all published Mounthly Monitoring Reports is here (Czech version only).
State of the cohesion policy implementation in the Czech republic
Note: Data refer to the state of financial drawing of 17 Czech operational programmes of the Objective 1 and 2; the state of financial drawing of the Objective 3 is not included.
below presents overview of the latest state of implementation of the cohesion policy in the Czech Republic.
By 3 April 2014, the Managing Authorities have submitted applications in the amount of 1249,2 billion CZK. The financial figure represents 179,1 % of the total allocation 2007–2013 (= total allocation used in the Czech Republic during the programming period 2007–2013, which includes the Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund).
By 3 April 2014, the Managing Authorities have approved projects in the amount of 602,7 billion CZK. The amount makes up 86,4 % of the total allocation 2007–2013.
Payments to beneficiaries
By 3 April 2014, beneficiaries have received 398,1 billion CZK, which is 57,1 % of the total allocation 2007–2013.
Applications for payments
By 3 April 2014, the Paying and Certifying Authority at the Ministry of Finance has sent the EC request for payments for 368,0 billion CZK, which is 52,8 % of the total allocation 2007–2013.
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