Progress of the programmes

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  • The financial progress reports, written and published on a monthly basis. These documents help assess the progress of the programmes and the use of European allocations for every French region. These reports are created with the PRESAGE software. 

  Consult to 1st May 2015 Progress report (French document) =>  

 

 

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  • The debate on the future of the economic and social cohesion policy post 2013 has been launched, giving rise to legitimate questions from elected officials as well as citizens on the concrete use of the structural Funds allocated to France for the 2007-2013 period (€14.4 billion) and the impact of this major European policy. The future of the cohesion policy for all regions also depends on the European programme managers' ability to shed light on these issues. This is the ambition of this brochure designed by the DATAR in conjunction with the ASP, which provides a mid-term review of the programming of ERDF funds in Metropolitan France and Overseas départements while attempting to provide clear and quantified responses to the most frequently asked questions on the cohesion policy: how advanced are the programmes? How are the Union's priority themes such as innovation, the environment or sustainable development taken into account? Does European financing have a proven knock-on effect? Do SMEs, the priority target of the 2007-2013 programming period, fully benefit from the support of structural funds?

  Consult the 2007-2013 structural Funds assessment =>  

 

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  • 2009 automatic decommitment monitoring table. The automatic decommitment rule stipulates that any budgetary commitment under year "n" which has not been subject to an admissible payment application before the end of the second following year ("n+2") is automatically decommitted by the European Commission. To consult this document,  click here (1.10 MB) .