annual implementation report
Annual Implementation Reports are documents reporting the progress of programmes, prepared annually by programmes, approved by monitoring committees and submitted to the European Commission.
rapport annuel d'exécution
Les rapports annuels de mise en œuvre sont des documents faisant état de l'état d'avancement de programmes, préparés annuellement par les programmes, qui sont approuvés par les comités de suivi et soumis à la Commission européenne.
value for money
The term Value for Money refers to judgement on whether sufficient impact is being achieved for the money spent.
The Porgress Report is a document written to describe the findings of an assessment that takes place during the project by project partners, that conveys details such as what objectives have been achieved, what resources have been expended, what problems have been encountered, and whether or not the project is expected to be completed on time and within budget.
A control report summarises first level controls, findings and remarks undertaken for a given reporting period. It also summarises results of the control.
|rapport de contrôle
The final report is the last report to be submitted to the joint secretariat, either after or with the last progress report. In HIT it does not include any financial reporting.
The Finance Report is part of the Progress Report. It is a periodical report on the financial progress of the project in relation to the activities carried out and accomplished achievements (deliverables, outputs). It includes information on the expenditure borne by the project partners and revenue received by them.
See 'project main output'
project (main) output
The project (main) output is the outcome of the activities funded, telling us what has actually been produced for the money given to the project. It can be captured by a programme output indicator, and directly contributes to the achievement of the project result.
|réalisation principale du projet
Re-calculation is the re-performance of a calculation which was executed by the beneficiary in order to calculate eligible expenditure for a specific cost item (e.g., office and administration flat-rate, depreciations, etc).
Net revenue is cash in-flows directly paid by users for the goods or services provided by the project, such as charges borne directly by users for the use of infrastructure, sale or rent of land or buildings, or payments for services less any operating costs and replacement costs of short-life equipment incurred during the corresponding period. (HIT)
Revenue is the income generated from sale of goods or services, associated with the project activities, before any costs or expenses are deducted.
Recommendation (EU law)
A "recommendation" is not binding. A recommendation allows the institutions to make their views known and to suggest a line of action without imposing any legal obligation on those to whom it is addressed. For example when the Commission issued a recommendation that EU countries' law authorities improve their use of videoconferencing to help judicial services work better across borders, this did not have any legal consequences.
|Recommandation (droit de l'UE)
recovery, recovered amounts
Recovery refers to the process of regaining funds unduly paid by the EC. The amounts regained via this process are recovered amounts.
|recouvrement, montants recouvrés
The term sparsely-populated regions refers to European areas of low population density. In the framework of the Green Paper on Territorial Cohesion, to judge whether a region is sparsely populated is based on a certain threshold (12.5 inh. /km2) of population density at the NUTS III level. The main objective of this delimitation is to provide a list of Sparsely-Populated Regions to European policymakers to assist them in the allocation of available support funds.
|région à faible densité de population
A border region is a territorial entity made of several local or regional authorities that are co-located yet belong to different nation states.
The term "outermost regions" refers to nine regions in the European Union: the five French overseas departments (Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Martinique, Réunion, Mayotte); the French overseas communities of Saint-Martin; the Spanish Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands; and the Portuguese autonomous regions of the Azores and Madeira. The outermost regions have to cope with a number of specific constraints such as remoteness, insularity, small size, difficult topography and climate, and economic dependence on only a few products. The combination of these factors over time severely hinders the regions' socio-economic development. The recognition of their special status in Article 349 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union is based on the principles of equality and proportionality, which allow regions to be treated differently in order to take their specific circumstances into account.
rules of procedure
Rules of Procedure are the regulations of a legislative body in conducting its business.
Regulation (EU law)
Regulations are the strongest form of EU legislation. They are of general application, binding in their entirety, and directly enforceable in all Member States. Legislation relating to EU cohesion policy usually takes the form of regulations.
|Règlement (droit de l'UE)
A bank statement is a report released (on a fixed date every month) by banks that lists deposits, withdrawals, checks paid, interest earned, and service charges or penalties incurred on an account. It shows the cumulative effect of these transactions the account's balance, up to the date the report was prepared.
|relevé de compte bancaire
A legal representative is a person authorised to sign binding documents (e.g., application form, subsidy contract) on behalf of an organisation.
see "project result"
The programme result is the change sought (in the reference situation) in view of the specific objective to be achieved.
|résultat du programme
The project result is the immediate advantage of carrying out the project, telling us about the benefit of using the project main outputs. It should indicate the change the project is aiming for. (HIT)
|résultat du projet
Risk is a potential source of error, usually understood in first level control as potential error source in the finance report of the project partner.
project partner role
The project partner role defines the nuture of the project partner's function in the project, and depends on partners' responsibilities or location.
|rôle du partenaire du projet