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Title: Training Programme on Procurement for End Recipients


1
Training Programme on Procurement for End
Recipients
Bölgesel Rekabet Edebilirlik Operasyonel
Programinin Uygulanmasi için Kurumsal
Kapasitenin Olusturulmasina Yönelik Teknik
Yardim Technical Assistance on Institutional
Building for the Implementation of RCOP in Turkey

Trainer Asli Gülgör Procurement of Contract
Management Non Key Expert
2
IPA system/structure
  • Where to start ?

3
Overall EU Strategic framework
  • EU 2020 strategy (follow up Lisbon Agenda )
  • to alleviate poverty
  • to increase competitiveness, innovation and RD
  • to create more and better jobs (knowledge
    economy)
  • to stimulate resources efficiency
    (sustainability)
  • Specific targets for 2020
  • 75 of the population aged 20-64 in EU should be
    employed
  • 3 of the EU's GDP should be invested in RD
  • share of early school leavers should be under 10
    and at least 40 of the younger generation should
    have a tertiary degree

4
Content

EU Cohesion Policies Instrument for Pre
Accession (IPA) in Turkey
5
EU Cohesion Policy objectives
  • 1. Improve cohesion decrease economic and social
    disparities in EU
  • 2. Increase competitiveness and environmental
    sustainability
  • 3. Facilitate integration of member states

6
Background disparities in EU

7
  • IPA
  • Instrument for pre-accession

8
Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA)Assistance for
candidate and potential candidate countries for
EU membership
  • Replaces Phare, ISPA, CARDS, SAPARD,
    Pre-Acession Fund for Turkey
  • IPA aims to support candidate countries
  • In policy development in the cohesion policy
    areas and transitional and institutional building
  • In preparing countries to effectively implement
    and manage the Communitys Cohesion Policy
    (Structural Funds)
  • Prepare the candidate countries for the
    programming, implementation and management of EU
    Cohesion Policies

9
IPA Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance
  • New generation pre-accession instrument
  • simplified replaces 5 former pre-accession
    instruments
  • flexible tailor made assistance for
    progressive alignment with standards and policies
    of the EU
  • Legal Basis
  • IPA Council Regulation (No 1085/2006 of 17 July
    2006) established IPA
  • IPA Commission Implementing Regulation (No
    718/2007 of 12 June 2007) spells in detail the
    implementation process

10
Scope of IPA
  • Western Balkans and Turkey
  • in other words
  • Potential candidates Albania, Bosnia and
    Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo under
    UNSCR1244/99
  • Candidates Croatia, Turkey and the former
    Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  • Lifetime 2007 2013
  • Budget 11.5 billion euro
  • 5 Components that replace 5 Instruments Phare,
    CARDS, ISPA, Sapard and Turkey pre-accession
    assistance

11
Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA)
  • Assistance for candidate and potential candidate
    countries for EU membership
  • IPA aims to support candidate countries
  • In policy development in the cohesion policy
    areas and transitional and institutional building
  • In preparing countries to effectively implement
    and manage the Communitys Cohesion Policy
    (Structural Funds)
  • Prepare the candidate countries for the
    programming, implementation and management of EU
    Cohesion Policies
  • 3 IPA Regulations Establishment of IPA, IPA
    impl. Regulation and amending regulation (see
    website DG Enlargement www.ec.europa.eu/enlargeme
    nt/index_en.htm )

12
IPA Pre-Accession Assistance 2007-2012 under
Multi-annual Institutional Financial Framework

13
Key Principles of IPA
  • Managing structures should anticipate future
    management bodies under the Structural and
    Cohesion Funds
  • Structures should be set up at national level
  • Implementation of multi-annual programmes
  • Shift towards decentralized management (from DIS
    to EDIS accreditation) similar to shared
    management under cohesion instruments
  • Wide eligibility scope, closer to cohesion
    instruments
  • but it is a pre-accession instrument

14
Co-financing under IPA
  • EU max 85 contribution in eligible costs
  • Other costs national funds or other co-financing
    sources (local, private, NGOs)
  • In case of private sector investments
  • EU contribution lower than 85
  • Specific rules for EU co-financing rate in case
    of state aid or net revenues

15
IPA in Turkey current situation
  • SCF and OPs approved by European Commission
  • Turkeys IPA Framework Agreement December 2008
  • Signed financing agreements for all programmes
    (2009)
  • Technical assistance on IPA started
  • Project pipeline development in progress
  • First projects in implementation
  • Procurement and contracting to be shifted from
    CFCU to IPA centers for Comp. 3-5 in 2012

16
Programming IPA Scope
  • Components of IPA
  • I Transition Assistance and Institution Building
  • II Cross-Border Cooperation
  • III Regional Development
  • IV Human Resources Development
  • V Rural Development (IPARD)

17
Operational Programmes for IPA Turkey
Component Cross-Border - Regional cross border
programmes BG-TK, Greece TK Comp. Regional
Development - OP Regional Competitiveness - OP
Environment - OP Transport Comp. HR - OP Human
Resource Development Comp. Rural Development -
Rural Development Plan
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Operational Programmes for IPA Turkey
Component Cross-Border - Regional cross border
programmes BG-TK, Greece-TK Comp. Regional
Development - OP Regional Competitiveness - OP
Environment - OP Transport Comp. HR - OP Human
Resource Development Comp. Rural Development -
Rural Development Plan
19
Component I Institutional Building
Beneficiaries Public bodies and NGOs to finance
capacity and institutional building Forms of
assistance are e.g. Twinning, Twinning light,
TAIEX Investments in the regulatory
infrastructure to support alignment with the EU
norms and standards Grant schemes (in Turkey
civil society, communications see EU Delegation
website) Implementation of finance facilities
in co-operation with IFIs
20
Component II Cross-Border Cooperation
  • Beneficiaries Public bodies, NGOs
  • Scope
  • Transnational cooperation (Bulgaria, Greece)
  • Interregional cooperation
  • Investment and institutional building
  • Eligibility of actions ERDF Regulation Article
    21 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 of 11
    July 2006

21
Component III Regional Development
  • Scope of actions consistent with eligibility
    Cohesion Fund and ERDF regulations
  • Transport infrastructure TEN-T rail and roads
    and connecting infra, sustainable and urban
    transport, multi-modal programmes, maritime,
    communication
  • Environment projects waste management, drinking
    water, waste water, air quality, nature
    preservation, energy efficiency, renewable energy
    and sustainable urban transport projects
  • Regional Competitiveness regional
    infrastructure, tourism, industrial parks,
    innovation and SME development, urban
    development, health and social facilities

22
OP Transport Priorities
1. Improvement of railway infrastructure in TEN-T
Corridors - High speed rail Istanbul-Bulgaria,
Ankara-Konya - Upgrading and electrification of
railways 2. Upgrading port infrastructure -
Fylios, Mersin, Çandarli, Blacksea ports 3.
Technical assistance - Project preparation,
capacity building
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OP Environment Priorities
1. Improved water supply, sewerage and waste
water treatment services - Waste water treatment
Erzurum, Kirsehir, etc. 2. Improved integrated
solid waste management - Solid waste Balikesir,
Kayseri, Çorum, Konya, etc. 3. Technical
assistance - Project pipeline preparation,
feasibility, etc.
25
OP Regional Competitiveness Priorities
  • Central and Eastern Nuts 2 Regions in Turkey are
    eligible!!
  • 1 Improvement of Business Environment
  • Business infrastructure, financing instruments,
  • tourism and innovation
  • 2 Strengthening of enterprise capacity and foster
    entrepreneurship
  • Support to SMEs and innovation
  • 3 Technical assistance

26

27
RCOP Budget
  • 1st package projects procurement state
  • 2nd project package 43 projects preparation
  • Projects to be created for 300 million euro
    2011-2013 budget

28
Component IV OP Human Resource Development
  • Scope of actions consistent with eligibility ESF
    and ESF regulations
  • To attract and retain more people in employment
    (women, young people, improvement of employment
    services of ISKUR)
  • To enhance investment in human capital by
    increasing the quality of education
  • To increase adaptability of workers, enterprises
    and entrepreneurs

29
Component V OP Rural Development (IPARD)
Priorities
  • 1. Improving market efficiency and implementation
    of community standards
  • Investments in farms products, marketing and
    infrastructure
  • 2. Preparatory actions for implementation of the
    agri-environmental measures and Leader -
    Environmental measures and community init.
  • 3. Development of the rural economy
  • - Rural infra, diversification activities,
    training, TA

30
  • Management Types

31
IPA - management types
  • Decentralised Management tendering and
    contracting - the beneficiary country
  • Centralised Management tendering and contracting
    - the Commission/EC Delegation
  • Shared Management only for Component II, CBC
    programmes between beneficiary countries and
    their MS neighbours
  • Joint Management certain implementing tasks are
    delegated to International Organisations

32
DIS ex-ante
  • Under a Decentralised system of management of EU
    assistance with ex-ante control, the Contracting
    Authority is an institution assigned to be so in
    the national administration. All steps of all
    transactions / decisions concerning the
    procurement and award of contracts are taken by
    the Contracting Authority and referred to the EUD
    for approval.
  • Transactions / decisions related to financial and
    administrative management e.g. payment to
    contractors, accounting are not submitted to the
    EUD prior to execution

33
DIS ex-post
  • Under a Decentralised system of management of EU
    assistance without ex-ante control, the
    Contracting Authority is an institution assigned
    to be so in the Turkish Administration. All steps
    of all transactions / decisions concerning the
    procurement and award of contracts are taken by
    the Contracting Authority and are not referred to
    the EU Delegation for approval.
  • Transactions / decisions related to financial and
    administrative management e.g. payment to
    contractors, accounting are not submitted to the
    EUD prior to execution.
  • For PHARE and ISPA, the system used to be
    referred to as EDIS, Extended Decentralised
    Implementation System
  • Apart from exceptions to the standard procedures
    given in the Practical Guide

34
Shared Management
  • Shared management may be used under the
    cross-border co-operation component, for
    cross-border programmes involving Member States.
    That method shall apply, in principle, for joint
    operational programmes for cross-border
    cooperation implemented by a joint managing
    authority under the regulation establishing a
    European Neighbourhood and Partnership
    Instrument.
  • Under shared management with a Member State,
    implementation tasks shall be delegated to Member
    States in accordance with Art. 53b of the
    Financial Regulation. In such a case, the
    procurement rules to be applied shall be those
    contemplated in the implementing rules laying
    down specific provisions for the implementation
    of the cross-border cooperation. Similarly, the
    IPA provides for this option under the conditions
    as defined in the regulatory framework of IPA
    Regulation n 1638/2006 of 24.10.2006

35
Joint Management
  • Joint Management (with international
    organisations). Joint management may be used
    under the transition assistance and institution
    building component, in particular for regional
    and horizontal programmes, for programmes
    involving international organisations. Certain
    implementation tasks may be delegated by the EC
    to international organisations, in accordance
    with the implementing rules, in the following
    cases
  • (a) wherever the Commission and the international
    organisation are bound by a long-term framework
    agreement laying down the administrative and
    financial arrangements for their cooperation
  • (b) wherever the Commission and the international
    organisation elaborate a joint project or
    programme
  • (c) where the funds of several donors are pooled
    and are not earmarked for specific items or
    categories of expenditure, that is to say, in the
    case of multi-donor actions.

36
DIS Management TR
  • LEGAL FRAMEWORK
  • Prime Ministerial Circular, No. 2001/41
  • MoU on the Establishment of CFCU and MoU on the
    Establishment NF
  • signed on 14 February 2002, approved by the
    Parliament (Law No. 4802)
  • and published on 30 January 2003.
  • The MoU for NF was amended by Law No. 5167.
  • The MoU for CFCU was amended by Law No. 5500.
  • Framework Agreement (adopted by Law No. 5303),
    and Council of
  • Ministers Decree No. 2005/8636
  • This system was accredited by the European
    Commission on 8 October
  • 2003 for projects other than grant schemes

37
Management Modes / Methods of Implementation

This project is co-financed by the European Union
and the Republic of Turkey
Potential candidate and candidate countries
Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia
FYROM Iceland Kosovo under UNSCR nº 1244 Serbia
Montenegro Turkey
DCIS (IPA 1-2) DCIS (IPA 1-2) DIS ex-ante DIS
ex-ante DCIS (IPA 1-2)/JM DCIS (IPA 1-2) DCIS
(IPA 1-2) DIS ex-ante
38
DIS Structure in Turkey

Inter Institutional Chart
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Structures and authorities to be in place
  • National IPA Co-ordinator NIPAC
  • Strategic co-ordinator
  • Competent Accrediting Officer CAO
  • National Authorising Officer NAO
  • A National Fund NF
  • An Operating Structure OS (for each
    Component/Programme)
  • Audit Authority AA
  • End recipients line ministry water, rail or
    road company regional waste operator
    municipality SME farmer

40
Programming Framework IPA
MIFF Budgetary framework
National Priorities (existing strategic planning
documents, JIM, JAP)
MIDP Community priorities
Strategic Coherence Framework (SCF)coherence,
concentration and coordination among programmes
and priorities
Regional development component
Human resources component
OP HRD
OP Transport
OP Reg Comp
OperationalProgrammeENV
41
The project pipeline process
42
Where are we now?
43
  • Questions and answers
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