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Indicative ongoing and recently completed projects of EPU-NTUA in the area "Programme - Project Management and Monitoring" include the following:

Technical Consultant - Greek Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks  

Technical Consultant for the upgrade of the Information System " DELOS " of the General Directorate of Financial Services to fulfill the new requirements arising from the implementation of the Medium Term Fiscal Strategy 2013-2016,  
Ongoing, 
Greek Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks

Start date: 8/11/2013, Duration: 24 months

The project is focused on the consultation and the technical support of the information system “DELOS” of the General Secretariat of the Economic Services in order to successfully record all the new requirements during the programming, the monitoring and the evaluation stages of various co-financing form EU or not projects. In particular, the followings will be examined: a) monitoring of the proposals with a unified approach using the existing information system “DELOS”, b) the modernisation of the approach of entering various projects’ data in the system, c) the design and development of new reports using pivot tables and d) a study of the interconnection of the existing information system “DELOS” with the Bank of Greece for cross-checking financial projects’ data.

• Development of the new functionalities within the existing system “DELOS”.

• Design and implementation of an application within the system “DELOS” for the usage and input of the specific information included in an electric file of the General Secretariat of Investments. 

• Design and development of new reports within the system “DELOS”.

• Operational support and maintenance of the enhanced system “DELOS”.

• Educational support to the users of the enhanced system “DELOS”.

Technical Consultant - Greek Agricultural Insurance Organization (ELGA)  

Technical consultancy services aiming to improve key business processes , information systems and services provided by the Greek Agricultural Insurance Organization (ELGA),  
Completed, 
ELGA

Start date: 21/10/2013, Duration: 12 months

The project objective is the: 1) recording / evaluation / optimization of main procedures followed by ELGA relating to the insurance of agricultural production and the capital / infrastructure of agricultural enterprises, 2) analysis of the current status / identification of deficiencies in the use of modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), and 3) the identification of functional specifications for the Information Systems needed to be developed to support new / redesigned processes and in need for redesigning specific procedures within the Organisation for optimizing the use of Information Systems .Expected outputs:

1. Improved organisational and operational framework of the Organisation

2. Improved operation and interconnection / interoperability of the Information Systems of the Organisation

3. Evaluation of scenarios and selection/implementation in collaboration with the staff of the Organisation:

I. Framework of the Organisation uniform strategy (IT strategy)

II. Business Intelligence System (BI) for selected executive functions of the Organisation

4. Knowhow transfer and ELGA staff training for the new organisational and operational framework of the Organisation, of the already provided electronic services and the anticipated future electronic services.

Technical Consultant - Greek Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights  

Technical Consultant - Greek Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights,  
Completed, 
Greek Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights

The main objective of this project is to support the activities of the Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights in the fields of e-Justice and Logistics Optimization. 

Specifically, the consultant will provide support to: 

relevant administrative and legislative actions (decisions, strategy formulation, legislative committees, etc.)

the maturing process and implementation actions of the Ministry's Operational Programs "Digital Convergence" and "Administrative Reform".

the coordination of the involved and beneficiaries of projects during maturation and design stages

in the process of organizing and drafting tender documents and tenders for specific projects both in the technical / scientific, and in their managerial aspects.

In the monitoring of the projects implementation. 

The project expected results include the fortification of the introduction of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Administrative Reform, with the aim of improving the efficiency and quality of justice services. Also, the project will allow the transfer of know-how on the design and implementation of e-justice projects to the executives of the Ministry. Finally, it will facilitate the achievement of the objectives of Memoranda, Economic and Financial Policies and Understanding of the Specific Economic Policy Conditionality in the area of judicial reform.

Technical Consultant - Managing Authority of the Operational Programme "Digital Convergence"  

Technical and managerial support to the Managing Authority of the Operational Programme "Digital Convergence" for the management - monitoring - control of digital convergence acts of the NSRF,  
Ongoing, 
KANTOR

Start date: 26/6/2012, Duration: 36 months

The project objective is the scientific technical and management support of the Managing Authority of the Operational Programme "Digital Convergence" (OP DS) for managing, monitoring and controlling the operations of OP DS. The scope of work includes optimizing the effectiveness and efficiency of Managing Authority in order to maximize the positive impact of the OP DS in all aspects of economy and society, and the better and more systematic management and control of the activities carried out in the framework of the OP DS, the early detection of problems encountered and the quick identificaion and implementation of effective solutions.1. Support for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation actions at the level of the OP,

2. Support the Evaluation of Projects (Actions),

3. Support the Management and Monitoring of Projects,

4. Support the On-site Verification of Projects,

5. Support the Management Authority in the monitoring/technical and financial auditing of the Interim Management Entities, Development, operation and maintenance of an IT System for Monitoring Co-funded Projects & Managing and Monitoring the activities of the Technical Support Consultant.

LOT 4 2013  

LOT 4 2013, Ongoing, European Commission

Partners: AF MERCADOS EMI, Intec GOPA International energy consultants GmbH, ESBI Engineering & facility Management Ltd, NUKEM Technologies GmbH, Observatoire Mediterraneen de l’Energie, Mott Mc Donald Ltd

Recruitment of short-term expertise in the sector energy and Nuclear Safety for external aid projects in the exclusive interest of Beneficiary Third Countries of EU External Aid

LOT 2 Economic assistance  

LOT 2 Economic assistance: Multiple Framework Contract with reopening of competition for provision of services of economic assistance in the field of energy,  
Ongoing,
European Commission DG for Mobility and Transport & DG for Energy, Shared Resource Directorate.

The purpose of the multiple framework contracts is to provide at short notice the contracting authority with highly qualified external expertise to support with objectivity the contracting authority in the design, preparation and implementation of EU policies and initiatives and legislative proposals.
The above short sentence clearly pinpoints the key requirements of a successful framework contract, which are:
• provision of qualified external expertise, covering a wide range of subjects in the fields of energy ;
• response at short notice, i.e. within a period of 20-40 days;
• Support with objectivity, which requires a high level expert view, unaffiliated with and unaffected by industrial, professional or other specific interests.
According to the Tender Specifications, the services required by the European Commission under the lot 2 of the Framework Contract are of intellectual nature in the areas of economic assistance in the fields of energy. Reflecting the different dimensions of the advice sought the Tender Specifications quote up to seventeen different services which can fall within the nature of the lot 2.
Services listed suggest a smaller range of target sectors and advice formats, which can be combined in the future contracts according to the potential needs of advice facing the European Commission and its Agencies. Potential areas of advice cover a broad range of issues including:
• Energy markets design and regulation, including integration of new policies into current markets
• Social and public aspects of energy markets, including aspects related to liberalization and competition in the internal market and technology and innovation.
• Development and operation of networks and infrastructures in general and corporate finance issues.
Regarding the type of advice and project formats, we understand that they can be summarized as follows:
• Data gathering
• Data analysis and statistics
• Financial analysis
• Economic and regulatory research and analyses
• Cost‐Benefit analysis (CBA)
• Studies
• Design of projects
• Recommendations
• Assessments

LOT 3 Τechnical assistance: energy  

LOT 3 Τechnical assistance: energy - Multiple Framework Contract with reopening of competition for the provision of services of technical assistance in the field of energy,  
Ongoing,
European Commission DG for Mobility and Transport & DG for Energy, Shared Resource Directorate.

The purpose of the multiple framework contracts is to provide at short notice the contracting authority with highly qualified external expertise to support with objectivity the contracting authority in the design, preparation and implementation of EU policies and initiatives and legislative proposals.
The above short sentence clearly pinpoints the key requirements of a successful framework contract, which are:
• provision of qualified external expertise, covering a wide range of subjects in the fields of energy ;
• response at short notice, i.e. within a period of 20-40 days;
• Support with objectivity, which requires a high level expert view, unaffiliated with and unaffected by industrial, professional or other specific interests.
Type of services provided The required services are of intellectual nature in the area of technical assistance in the field of energy (Lot3) and may take the following forms:
1. Measures aimed at improving the operation of the internal energy market
2. Studies and projects in the context of:
a. “TENs”, CEF, and projects of common interest (PCI)
b. includes market monitoring activities and studies
3. Research Programmes: FP, Horizon 2020
4. Energy Framework Programme, including:
a. Intelligent Energy Europe
5. Regional Energy Management Agencies
6. Specific programme for Non-nuclear energy (existing contracts)
7. Energy demand and efficiency technologies:
a. Environmental issues
b. Safety issues
c. Standardization issues
d. market penetration issues
8. Energy Dialogue with Third Countries and extensions of the internal energy market
9. Standardization of equipment (cost/benefit studies and analyses)
10. Measures in the fields of:
a. energy security
b. Safety
c. protection of environment
11. Risk management:
a. Emergency preparedness and crisis management
b. inventory of organizational and operational resources
c. decision-making models
d. qualitative and quantitative risk analysis, risk control options

Evaluation of the Operational Program "Accessibility Improvement"  

Evaluation of the Operational Program "Accessibility Improvement",  
Ongoing,
Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks.

The project refers to the provision of technical scientific services for the evaluation of the Operational Program "Accessibility Improvement". The evaluations made during the implementation period, will include the gathering and presentation of data and information concerning the following topics:
- The progress of the operational program;
- The results achieved through the implementation process;
- The detection of deviations in the up to date flows and results, in comparison to the primary stated targets, as well as the fundamental reasons for this deviations;
-The recording of targets for which a low degree of achievement is expected until the end of the  Operational Program’s period, and the formulation of suggestions for corrective interventions, in order to avoid the upcoming risks;
-The assessment of the targets set in the Operational Program, in comparison to the current social and economical conditions;
- The ways that the target setting and the programming can be improved;
- The detection of cases that budget is over exceeded;
- The evaluation of the monitoring, management and control mechanisms;
Relative suggestions, evaluations and estimations will also be made for the projects of the Regional Operational Programs that are being handled by the Accessibility Improvement Authority and the Middle Administration Authority.
Moreover an assessment on the strategic correctness will be made, taking into consideration the current changes in the economical and social environment, which apparently alter the SWOT analysis based on which the operational program has been elaborated. Also, there will be an evaluation of the topicality of the strategic and operational goals, compared to the current situation, as well as the compatibility of the selected Priority Axes compared to the goals of the Operational Program. Finally, there will be an estimation of the repercussions of the Operational Program “Accessibility Improvement” in the level of NSRF.
The evaluations will result to the provision to the managing authorities and the institutions involved, of accurate information and arguing estimations concerning the implementation progress of the Operational Program. This will help the above mentioned authorities to align their implemented interventions to the General Program’s Strategy, and to become aware of the level of achievement of their quantitative indicators and the level of effectiveness of the up to date implementation of the Program in general.
Moreover through the evaluation process, conclusions and realistic proposals will be presented who, if adopted, can lead to the application of correcting processes, as well as to the revision of the Program, hence to the improvement of the effectiveness of the Operational Program’s implementation procedures.

ROM CMTP  

Results oriented Monitoring for Centrally managed Thematic Programs,  
Completed,
European Commission, DG EuropeAid Development Cooperation.    

The overall project objective is to provide high quality information on project and programme through monitoring of the performance and results of Centrally Managed Thematic Projects (CMTP) on the basis of the Result Oriented Monitoring (ROM) methodology
Expected Results:

  1. The ROM system is set up and operated for the monitoring of EU-funded projects within its external cooperation with third countries in the CMT areas.
  2. Clear, objective, well targeted, consistent, user friendly information on projects/programmes implementation and recommendations for improvement is provided through Monitoring Reports (MRs), Background Conclusions Sheets (BCSs) and Project Synospses (PSs) in defined formats, within the set deadlines and meeting quality standards.
  3. Analyses/syntheses of ROM information and results at programmes, regions, themes etc. levels, delivered through Special Reports on request of the EC Services.
  4. The ROM results are disseminated through seminars/workshops and the effective/ efficient use of the ROM outputs is enhanced through hands-on assistance to their recipients and to any other relevant stakeholder on request/ approval of the ROM Management Unit.
  5. The competent EC Services are supported for the further development of the ROM system and/or of specific methodologies/ tools for improving the ROM effectiveness.
ACP EF  

Evaluation of Detailed Proposals of the Energy Facility Call for Proposals,  
Ongoing,
European Commission, EuropeAid.    

This project is carried out in the context of the ACP-EU Energy Facility, launched by the European Commission, whose chief aim is to increase access to energy services for rural and peri-urban poor, in a perspective of combating climate change. The Facility comprises two components: Access to modern, affordable and sustainable energy services, focusing on renewable energy solutions and energy efficiency measure. Improvement of governance in the energy sector at regional, national and local levels.The project concerns the evaluation of detailed proposals that have been submitted in response to ACP-EU Call for Proposals No. 2. The project is implemented by a consortium, headed by Resources & Logistics.Evaluation of the detailed proposals that will be allocated to ICCS-NTUA, according to the set procedures and with the use of a special form.

ROM FOOD  

Results-oriented monitoring of operations financed by the European Community under the Facility for rapid response to soaring food prices in developing countries (Food Facility),  
Completed,
European Commission, Thematic Operations.    

The overall project objective is to contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the European Commission’s Food Facility instrument. The Project Purpose is to ascertain whether the objectives of the Food Facility have been met and to formulate recommendations with a view to improving relevant future development cooperation operations.Clear, objective, well-targeted, consistent and user friendly information on project/ programme implementation and recommendations for improvement, provided to EC Management (Food Facility Task Force –FFTF-) in standard templates.
Information (including statistics and customised analyses) provided through Special Reports to EC Management on: best practices/ common mistakes; recommendations for improvement; performance of the Portfolio managed by the FFTF; cross-cutting issues (as in the European Consensus); (if so required) regions / countries, sectors, specific topics.
The ROM results disseminated through seminars and the effective/ efficient use of the ROM outputs enhanced through hands-on assistance to their recipients and to other donors and/or stakeholders in the regions/ countries where the Food Facility projects are implemented (by order/approval of the FFTF).
The competent EC Services supported in further developing the ROM system and/or of specific methodologies/tools for improving the effectiveness of the ROM system in the area of Food Security.

EAMGM - Syria  

Technical Assistance for the Implementation of Euro-Arab Mashreq Gas Market Project (EAMGM) – Damascus – Syrian Arab Republic,  
Completed,
European Commission, Delegation of the European Commission to the Syrian Arab Republic.    

The overall objective of the Euro-Arab Mashreq Gas Market project is to contribute to the integration of the gas markets of Egypt, Lebanon ad Syria in view of creating a regional internal gas market to be integrated with the EU internal Gas Market:
The general objectives include:
•   Contributing to the completion of key connecting infrastructures in the region (Arab Gas Pipeline, other interconnecting infrastructures, etc.);
•   Promoting the use of gas in industries, commercial buildings, and possibly other sectors;
•   Increasing technical knowledge of market operators, regulators and officials in view of the creation of an internal gas market and its compatibility with the EU gas market;
•   Acquainting stakeholders of the gas sectors in the beneficiary countries with EU technology, culture and EU industrial and international best practices;
•   Improving technical and managerial skills of the incumbents in the gas sectors of the beneficiary countries;
•   Improving market structures of the beneficiary with Technical Assistance to support restructuring reforms of the gas market and its incumbents;
•   Promoting the alignment of regulatory frameworks among the Mashreq participant countries and with the EU, putting special emphasis in the alignment of safety and security standards with those of the EU as well as internal market functioning principles;
•   Supporting the transfer of know-how to the Euro-Arab Mashreq Gas Cooperation Centre to be created in Damascus (Syria) as well as the organization of knowledge dissemination activities in it. This initiative will seek to develop the beneficiary countries’ self-sustained capabilities for providing further Technical Assistance to the Euro-Arab Mashreq gas market once the support from this project comes to an end;
•   Encouraging initiatives supporting the use of gas as an input for generating electricity in order to increase the power generation capacity of the countries in the region in this cleaner and highly efficient source of power;
•   Identifying barriers to trade and new projects conductive to facilitate internal trade;
•   Expanding business opportunities among those countries and with the EU.

Syria M&E VET  

Monitoring and Evaluation of the project: 'Modernization of Vocational Education and Training, "Syria M&E VET", Completed,
EC Delecation in Syria

The project: "Monitoring and Evaluation of the project: "Modernization of Vocational Education and Training" - (M&E-MVET)" is implemented under the EC MEDA programme in Syria and aims at providing scientific services for external and independent monitoring and evaluation of the project "Modernization of Vocational Education and Training". The latter is part of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Programme, implemented in Syria. The project support is effected through a monitoring and evaluation team which is activated in parallel with the working team of the project "Modernisation of the Vocational Education and Training" and supplies EU with information regarding the implementation of the programme, possible difficulties and proposals to overcome such implementation problems.

 

 

ROM WBT  

Service contract for a Results-Oriented Monitoring system of the implementation of Projects & Programmes of External Cooperation financed by the EC – Lot 6 (Western Balkans and Turkey), Completed,
EC-DG Enlargement

The overall project objective is to contribute to the promotion of the Aquis Communaitaire in the Western Balkan countries and Turkey, through the implementation of appropriate programmes / projects with sustainable impacts / results. The contract purpose is: a) provision of clear, objective, well-targeted, consistent, user friendly information on programmes’ / projects’ implementation and of recommendations for improvements; b) provision of information (including statistics and customized analyses) on: best practices/common mistakes, recommendations for improvement, performance of the EC-managed project portfolio, cross-cutting issues (as in the European Consensus), other if/as required; c) dissemination of ROM results through seminars, enhancement of effective use of ROM outputs through hands-on assistance to their recipients and, by approval of EC, to other stakeholders); d provision of support to the competent EC Services for further development of the ROM and/or of specific methodologies/ tools for improving the effectiveness of the ROM system.

 

ROM CMTP  

Service contract for a Results-Oriented Monitoring system of the implementation of Projects & Programmes of External Cooperation financed by the EC – Lot 5 (Centrally Managed Thematic Projects), Completed,
EC-AIDCO/F

The overall project objective is the promotion of the EU Specific strategic themes and related instruments, through the implementation of appropriate EC programmes/ projects with sustainable impacts/ results. The contract purpose is summarised as follows: a) provision (through MRs/BCSs) of clear, objective, well-targeted, consistent, user friendly information on project implementation and recommendations for improvements; b) provision (through Special Reports) of information (statistics, customized analyses) on: best practices, common mistakes and recommendations; performance of the EC project portfolio; crosscutting issues (as in the European Consensus); other if/as required; c) dissemination of ROM results through seminars; enhancement of effective use of ROM outputs through hands-on assistance to their recipients and, by approval of EC, to other stakeholders); d) provision of support to the competent EC Services for further development of the ROM and/or of specific methodologies/ tools for improving the effectiveness of the ROM system.

 

ROM EMPI  

Service contract for a Results-Oriented Monitoring system of the implementation of Projects & Programmes of External Cooperation financed by the EC – Lot 1 (European Neighbourhood Countries), Completed,
EC AIDCO/A

The overall objective is to contribute to the increase and accountability of the EC external assistance. The project purpose is to ensure that ROM acts as an independent early warning system supporting EC project management with useful recommendations.

 

ROM ASIA  

Service contract for a Results-Oriented Monitoring system of the implementation of Projects & Programmes of External Cooperation financed by the EC – Lot 3 (Asia including Central Asia), Completed,
EC AIDCO

Overall objective: EC external assistance to Asia and Central Asia is increasingly effective and accountable. Project purpose: To gather results-oriented information on projects and programmes and to report on progress in order to maintain and, where possible, improve the quality of external co-operation activities in Asia and Central Asia through timely, independent, well targeted information on implementation.

 

ROM-MED  

EC Results-Oriented Monitoring System of the implementation of projects and programmes of External Assistance financed by the EU (Lot 5: MED region), Completed,
EC (MEDA)

Project monitoring provides a regular reporting mechanism for the preparation and submission of analytical assessments to management and other involved parties, thus enabling focused management decisions to be taken in order to (a) ensure that projects remain on course to reach their objectives, with any adjustments being made with minimal disruption; (b) support regular reporting mechanisms incl. to the Member States, the European Parliament, the Council; and (c) ensure early feedback from project implementation to subsequent project design, in advance of conclusions from ex-post evaluation. The objective of the monitoring is to maintain and where possible improve the quality of programmes and projects in external co-operation through timely, independent, well-targeted information on project implementation. This information will mainly be provided through appropriate high-quality reports on technical and managerial aspects of project implementation. Monitoring reports follow a standard format allowing ready aggregation of data at the programme level on implementation of individual projects. The basis of project monitoring and subsequent reporting is the logical framework prepared for the project. An initial logical framework is systematically prepared together with the Financing Proposal for all new projects. This draft is likely to be updated by project authorities for individual projects both in their technical proposals and periodically thereafter. The monitors for any project will be encouraged to make proposals for refining or adapting the logical framework for that project, however all revisions to the logical framework for a project will remain the remit of project authorities. The monitors are responsible for reporting on project implementation against the agreed logical framework at the time of the visit.

 

Uganda M&E  

Technical Assistance to Government Planning, monitoring and Evaluation Functions, Uganda, Completed,
EC-AIDCO

The purpose of this programme is to enhance the capacity of public institutions to make a more efficient and more intensive use of empirical evidence when formulating national and local policies and for the purpose of allocating public resources. The overall objectives are to (A) Strengthen the link between the GoU’s poverty reduction strategy (PEAP) objectives and outcomes and the allocation of budget resources; (B) Support the operationalisation and implementation of the NIMES initiative; including the establishment of Annual PEAP Implementation Reviews, functioning PEAP M&E plan and Local Government performance assessment framework; (C) Strengthen the capacity of district officials and other stakeholders to collect and manipulate data for planning and monitoring purposes.

 

TA Prefectures  

Technical assistance services for the supervision and monitoring of all the projects of development and installation of integrated Information Technology and Communication (ITC) systems in the Prefectoral Self-governments in the Regions of: a) Thessaly, Central Greece and Ionian Islands. b) Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, Central Macedonia and Northern Aegean. c) Regions of Peloponnesus, Western Greece, Crete and Southern Aegean, Completed,
Info society s.a

The scope of the project is the provision of scientific and technical assistance services for the supervision and monitoring of all the projects of development and installation of integrated Information Technology and Communication (ITC) systems in the Prefectoral Self-governments in the three Regions, These projects are financed by the Operational Program "Information Society", Measure 2.2 "Electronic Government in the Citizen’s Service".

 

Evaluation Croatia Turkey  

Tnterim Evaluation of the EU Pre-Accession Programmes in Croatia and Turkey and Central Office Activities, Completed,
Evaluation Unit of DG ELARG of the EC

The overall objective of the Interim Evaluation (IE) facility is to help enhance the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and accountability of pre-accession assistance. The immediate objectives of the IE facility are: (1) to provide stakeholders in DG Enlargement and candidate countries with independent evaluation findings; (2) to provide a quality management tool and early warning system for programme implementation; (3) provide input for decision making at JMC meetings; (4) provide advisory services by drawing out lessons learned and feeding them as recommendations into the design of future programmes; and (5) to help develop monitoring and evaluation capacities in the candidate countries.

 

EXA NTE EPAN  

Ex ante evaluation of the Operational Programme for Competitiveness 2007 - 2013,  Completed,
Special Secretariat for Competitiveness, Ministry of Development

The specific aim of the evaluation consultant is to assist the programming and assessing of the new Operational Programme for Competitiveness (O.P.C.) and support the Administrative Office in its consultancy with the Ministry of Economics and the European Commission till its approval.

 

Budget Evaluation  

EC DG Budget Evaluation,  Completed,
EC DG Budget/B05, Evaluation Unit

This framework contract concerns the carrying out of all types of evaluation projects including ex ante evaluations, impact assessments, interim and ex post evaluations and covers a wide variety of Community policy fields. These fields are listed in the reply form and are based on the following preliminary breakdown by policy area.

 

Mid-Term Evaluation OP-RAPUD  

Mid-Term Evaluation of the Operational Programme “Road Axes, Ports, Urban Development” of the CSF III and Update of the Mid-Term Evaluation of the Operational Programme “Road Axes, Ports, Urban Development” of the CSF,  Completed,
Hellenic Ministry of Environment, Urban Planning and Public Works

The project’s purpose is to carry out the Mid-Term Evaluation of the Operational Programme "Road Axes, Ports and Urban Development" (OP-RAPUD) of the General Secretariat for Public Works of the Ministry for the Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works. RAPUD is one of the 11 Sectoral Operational Programmes of the Third Community Support Framework (3rd CSF) 2000-2006. The Mid-term evaluation aims at improving the quality and relevance of programming of the Operational Programmes (OPs), under the Community Initiatives. The legal Basis for the Mid-Term Evaluation Article 42 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999 of 21 June 1999 laying down general provisions on the Structural Funds. It provides an opportunity to identify reorientations to the programming, which may be needed to ensure the achievement of the original objectives. It is the essential input into the mid term review and is inter-linked with the performance reserve.

 

HIBA  

Higher Institute of Business Administration (HIBA) in Syria – Monitoring & Evaluation,  Completed,
EC (MEDA)

The objective of the project is to implement monitoring (twice a year) and evaluation (mid-term and final) missions to Syria in order to examine the project design and the implementing conditions, analyse the progress of the project implementation and provide recommendations using the internal developed quality assurance system.

 

NUMASS  

NUMASS – Assistance to the EC Tacis for the Follow-up of the Implementation of the Tacis Nuclear Programme, Completed,
EC (Tacis)

The project aimed to develop a web based project management tool to support the EC Tacis (SCR A6) to monitor the implementation of the projects in the Tacis Nuclear Programme.

 

 

TACIS-MON  

Monitoring of Tacis projects: Monitoring Team Kiev, Completed,
EC (Tacis)

Tacis Monitoring was defined as a regular reporting mechanism for the preparation and submission of analytical assessments to management and other involved parties, thus enabling focused management decisions to be taken in order to (a) ensure that projects remain on course to reach their objectives, with any adjustments being made with minimal disruption; (b) allow adjustments to be made with minimal disruption.

 

M&E C.Asia-Mongolia  

Monitoring & Evaluation of Tacis Projects in Central Asia/Mongolia, Completed,
European Commission (Tacis)

Implementation of a regular reporting mechanism which provides analytical assessment of the Tacis Programme and individual projects implemented in Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Mongolia, Tadjikistan (until the suspension of Tacis) in all sectors, thus allowing all involved parties to make promptly the necessary adjustments to ensure that the projects remain on course and reach their objectives and to evaluate whether the Tacis Programme achieves its objectives. The services include programming and implementation of monitoring visits, utilisation of varied expertise, multi-sector-multi-country-multi-site planning and co-ordination, use of LFA and indicators, production of monitoring and of evaluation reports, production of sectoral & country reviews, establishment of quality assurance mechanism, organisation of training seminars for the EU and local experts, evaluation of the Tacis programme as a whole for the European Parliament.

 

M&E NIS  

Monitoring & Evaluation of the Tacis Programme for Energy (non nuclear), Completed,
European Commission (Tacis)

As in the above project for the Energy sector in all NIS countries.

 

IMES  

Further Development, Operation & Maintenance of the Integrated Monitoring & Evaluation System IMES,  Completed,
EC (Tacis)

Specific objectives: a) development of an integrated web-based information system to support the EC management of Tacis projects, b) updating the system database on a monthly basis with Monitoring & Evaluation reports produced by the Monitoring Teams in the regions, c) maintenance of the system. Training on the use of the system, preparation of manuals.

 

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