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Formal appraisal

All submitted applications will be subject to registration performed by the Executing Agency. After registration, applications cannot be subject to any modifications or completions except those ones which are allowed to be inserted by the applicant in result of a written request issued by the Executing Agency during the process of formal verification.

Having received and registered an application – Project proposal – the Executing Agency performs its formal verification within maximum of 21 days. During the appraisal procedure in a form of screening, in case certain lacks or irregularities arise, the Executing Agency addresses to an applicant with request to correct errors and/or complete defects within 72 hours from an hour of a dispatch of the notification by the Executing Agency. Information about the above faults shall be transmitted by the Executing Agency to the applicant by e-mail and fax, on e-mail address and fax number given by the applicant in the application form. Documents sent by Executing Agency via fax or e-mail, should be at the same time provided in writing (by a registered letter).

The following errors/defects are subject to correction/ completion within 72-hour procedure:

  • completeness of the application form (excluding strictly required signature/s of person/persons duly authorized to represent Beneficiary) – item 4;
  • obvious arithmetic and linguistic mistakes – item 4;
  • lack of copies of the application form in the amount requested in the application form user guide – item 6;
  • lack of electronic version of the application form – item 7;
  • inconsistency of electronic version of the application form with its hard copy (signature is not a subject to any changes) – item 8.

In order to qualify the content – related appraisal, Projects submitted under the Programme need to fulfil all the formal and eligibility criteria set out in the Card of Formal appraisal (available below).

Information on the results of formal appraisal (including appealing procedure) is communicated to the applicant in writing by the Executing Agency. Applications that fails to meet formal criteria will be returned to the applicant without unnecessary delay and be accompanied with reasoned opinion on the rejection of the application. One original version will remain in the Executive Agency.

An applicant may appeal against the decision on the compliance with formal requirements.

Appealing procedure

One-instance-appealing procedure will be applied, for which the proper decisive institution is the Executing Agency. An applicant may appeal against the decision on refusal of the Project only with respect to the compliance with formal requirements.

An applicant cannot appeal against the decision of a content-related character.

Decision on the Project refusal should be justified by the Executing Agency in a clear and exhaustive matter. In order to examine an appeal, the Executing Agency once again thoroughly analyses the Project with regard to formal criteria, taking into account argumentation of an applicant included in the appeal and any new explanations/documents.

The appeal is due within 10 days, dated from the day of dispatch by the Executing Agency to an applicant of the notification about the Project refusal. After the end of this date appeals shall not be considered.

The appeal submitted to the Executing Agency in due time should be examined by it within 7 days upon the day of its arrival.

In case of positive decision on the appeal, the Project is a subject to content-related appraisal. After the Project has received sufficient number of scores in the content-related appraisal to qualify to the next stage, it shall be added to the recommended list.

 

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