Solidarity And Management Of Migration Flows Framework Programme 2007-2013 The External Borders Fund, The European Return Fund And The European Refugee Fund Project Selection And Technical Assistance Activities For The Implementation Of The

Original Language Title: Solidaritātes un migrācijas plūsmu pārvaldīšanas pamatprogrammas 2007.–2013.gadam Ārējo robežu fonda, Eiropas Atgriešanās fonda un Eiropas Bēgļu fonda projektu atlases un tehniskās palīdzības aktivitātes īstenošanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 425 in Riga in 2008 (10 June. No 38. § 7) solidarity and management of migration flows framework programme 2007-2013 the external borders Fund, the European return Fund and the European Refugee Fund project selection and the technical assistance for the implementation of the activity issued under Cabinet installations article 14 of the law, first paragraph, point 3 i. General questions 1. determines the solidarity and management of migration flows framework programme 2007-2013 (hereinafter referred to as the programme), created under the external borders Fund (2007-2013) The European return Fund (2008-2013) and the European Refugee Fund (2008-2013) (hereinafter referred to as the Fund) for the selection of projects and technical assistance for the implementation of the activity. 2. within the Fund supported the organisation of the selection of projects in relation to the external borders Fund and the return Fund provides funds managing authority-the Ministry of Internal Affairs (hereinafter referred to as the managing authority), concerning the European Refugee Fund, that Fund's delegated authority citizenship and Migration Affairs Board (hereinafter referred to as the delegated authority). 3. a decision on the application of project funds (hereinafter referred to as the head of the project agreement) approval or rejection of the application, on the basis of a draft evaluation results, adopt the managing authority. 4. within the Fund assisted projects are selected in two ways: 4.1. organizing an open design competition (hereinafter referred to as the open competition), in which the project application for the applicant (hereinafter referred to as project applicant) happens to equal competition for project approval and funding submissions;
4.2. organising a more limited selection (limited selection), which is known in advance limited range of applicant projects that invite project submissions. In this case, all projects approved and funded applications that meet the project application administration, quality and specific criteria. 5. Select the type of project and potential funding recipients each activity determine the annual programme Fund (hereinafter referred to as the programme). 6. the application shall be submitted to the project of the foundation year programme Pro gramm in the priorities and eligible activities, subject to the annual deadlines set in the programme of measures for implementation of the project and making payments. 7. the project applicant is directly responsible for project preparation, management, implementation and results of the project. 8. the project applicant must have stable and sufficient financial resources to ensure the continuity of the implementation of the project and to ensure the implementation of the project the required human resources. 9. the funding of the Fund may not qualify the applicant for which the project itself or the officer or other person who acts on behalf of the applicant in the project, a judgment which has the force of res judicata is a certain criminal sanctions in relation to the project activities of the applicant. 10. the Fund shall not be eligible applicants whose project officer or another person acting on behalf of the applicant, the project by a judgment which has the force of res judicata is found guilty of fraud, bribery or other activities detrimental to the European Community or of the Republic of Latvia on financial interests. 11. the applicant may submit a draft project submissions alone or in combination with one or more partners. 12. A partner may participate in the project both as a direct partner, directly involved in the implementation of the project, both as a financial partner that participates in the financing of the project. The applicant and the project partners define the relationship between a written agreement of the parties ' responsibilities in the implementation of the project, the amount of investment and the implementation of the project and the materials used, the benefits of ownership. 13. In order to qualify for funding, a project of the Foundation the applicant signs the receipt by the applicant of the project (annex 1). 14. If the project partnership, the project applicant and partner signature certificate of partnership (annex 2). 15. If it is found that the project applicant knowingly or recklessly made false statements to the managing authority or delegated authority has the right to suspend the application of the project further upstream. 16. The selection of the projects is the following: 16.1. open invitation to tender or call for the dispatch of a limited selection;
16.2. the project application preparation and submission;
16.3. the project application, evaluation and decision-making;
16.4. the civil law contract or the conclusion of the agreement for the implementation of the project of the Foundation (hereinafter referred to as grant agreement). II. The open invitation to tender or call for a limited selection of shipping 17. Managing Authority or delegated authority for each programme shall be prepared by the Statute. Rules specified in the annual program priorities and activities eligible for funding, projects the maximum deadlines, activities in the project selection, project application form submission deadline and the location, contact information, for questions concerning the selection of projects, as well as other information which the managing authority or delegated authority considers necessary. 18. Managing Authority or delegated authority invites the potential funding recipients submit project applications. Tender managing authority or delegated authority issued by advertising in the newspaper "Gazette" (hereinafter ads) and its homepage on the internet. Organizing a limited selection, managing authority or delegated authority for potential beneficiaries send the call for project submissions (call) and place the information on their own website on the internet. 19. project closing date for submission of application is: 19.1. two months of public tender off the warning;
19.2. one month from the date of dispatch of the invitation, if organized in a limited selection. 20. Managing Authority or delegated authority in its homepage on the internet publish these rules, regulations, methodological guidance for project submission, as well as the gravel behind the draft contract. Advertisement or invitation shall include an indication of the publication of these documents. 21. All interested parties are entitled to receive additional in formation on the preparation of submissions. Questions about the preparation of the submission of the project sent to the managing authority or to the authority delegated to the postal address or electronic mail address that is specified in the Statute. 22. If a managing authority or delegated authority not later than 10 working days before the draft application deadline gets interested parties a written letter with the question of the preparation of the submission of the project, its five working days after receipt of the letter, prepare a written response and send it electronically or by mail to the interested party to the specified address. If the question is received in electronic form, the managing authority or delegated authority in response to the person concerned shall be sent electronically. 23. The response to the questions would be available to all interested parties, the managing authority or its delegated authority shall publish on its website over the internet, without giving the author of the question. III. Project preparation and submission of the application, the project submission is 24. document that the applicant project description project prepared in detail. To apply for membership of the open competition or limited selection, project application submitted to the managing authority or delegated authority. 25. One project applicant may submit an unlimited number of projects providing the tubers, if he would be able to execute and deliver the requirements laid down in these provisions. 26. it is prohibited to submit one application for the same project on the various activities of the programme of the year. One project application can be directed to multiple activities. In this case, the funding allocated separately for each activity. 27. the project, the applicant may withdraw the application of the project at any time up to the grant agreement. 28. the project submission prepared Latvian language text, indicating the project application form the information requested (annex 3). 29. the project submission consists of: 29.1. Description of the project;
29.2. the project budget estimates;
29.3. the project financing plan;
29.4. project procurement plan;
29.5. the project implementation plan in the calendar;

29.6. additional project documents attached to the application (hereinafter referred to as the accompanying documents). 30. the project application is added to the table of contents. In the table of contents indicates the project submission, attachments and attached supporting documents, as well as the total number of pages. 31. the project submission (this rule 29.1, 29.2, 29.3., 29.4 and 29.5) cauršuj (cauraukl) and submitted to the managing authority or delegated authority in two originals. 29.6. These provisions referred to below shall be submitted in one copy in the accompanying document. 32. the project submission complies with the requirements of the law on the development and design of a document. Project submissions by stamping and signing, signature decrypts, as well as the number of pages and the cauršūšan (caurauklošan) date. 33. the project application be submitted in one or more sealed and stamped envelopes or boxes. If the envelopes or boxes is more, its number. 34. By submitting the application, the project on the envelope or box specifies the following information: 34.1. distribution – managing authority or delegated authority, "address";
21.3. the words "in the year of the Foundation programme";
21.3. the full project name and address of the applicant;
21.4. the name of the project;
34.5. "not to be opened before the start of the assessment". 35. the project application shall be accompanied by an electronic version on CD (CD), which specifies the following information: 21.8. "the foundation year programme";
35.2. full name of applicant projects;
35.3. the name of the project. 36. the project applicant or his authorised person project application (or its updates and additions according to the managing authority or delegated authority request) submitted to the managing authority or delegated authority in person or sent by mail (postmark). 37. If the application is submitted in person, on the date of filing of the application is considered by the managing authority or delegated authority log in the specified date and time of receipt. 38. If the application is submitted by post, the project, the date of application is treated as the postmark shows the date of shipment. 39. the project application may be made in electronic form if the document has been drawn up according to the law on electronic document design. The project application must be signed with a secure electronic signature and confirm with the time stamp before the adoption of the project submission deadline. 40. where the application is submitted to the project by sending an e-mail or using the authority under the special online form in the electronic form of the document at the time it is seen as the time when it is sent. 41. If the application is filed in electronic form of the document, then do not apply the provisions of article 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 of the type referred to in paragraph 1. 42. project submissions will not be accepted after the project submission deadline for adoption. 43. In preparing the project applicant project application, the following shall be taken into account: 43.1. the project complies with the Fund for multiannual and annual programmes;
43.2. the project performance indicators are achievable in the course of the execution of the project;
43.3. in application of the project financial calculations are made in dollars;
43.4. project is repayable only eligible costs;
43.5. costs associated with the development, the submission of the project are not considered eligible costs;
27.1. the project, the applicant may submit the application for the project, which exceeds the annual budget of the programme activities in the amount of the project, the applicant undertakes to cover the part that exceeds the Foundation's annual program activities in the amount of their partner, or other associated co-financing financial means;
27.2. the project included in the application and complete all sections of the application, the project provides a more complete information, or indicates that the section is not applicable. 44. In preparing the draft budget estimate and financing plan of the project, the project applicant shall take into account the following conditions: 44.1. developing project funding plan, the Fund (75%) and national co-financing from the national budget (25%) of the proportion of the eligible costs, as well as the anticipated project revenue generated and other parties ' investment in the financing of the project;
44.2. compliance with the conditions of the Fund (annex 4) is referred to in cases where the derogation from this rule 44.1. proportions referred to below;
44.3. the project financing plan showing income is balanced with the budget estimate presented in planned expenditure. The project should not generate a profit for the beneficiary;
27.6. the project budget estimate shall include the direct eligible costs, indirect eligible costs and eligible in accordance with the provisions of annex 4;
27.7. the project's indirect eligible costs must not exceed 20% of the total direct eligible project costs. If the project is around the fortified limited selection order or project (subcontracting) total purchase exceeds 40% of the direct eligible costs of the project the indirect eligible costs ratio decreases to 10%;
27.7. If the project budget estimates are for costs that are aware of the conditions of the Fund at designated as non-eligible costs, these costs cover only may be used for carrying the project applicant and their co-financing leverage reflects project funding plan;
27.8. the project budget estimate of eligible costs must be real, to the pale and must meet the specific nature and purpose of the project;
27.8. the project applicant is directly responsible for the correct arithmetic calculation of costs;
44.9. If provided for in the financing plan for the project co-financing, the project shall provide the exact amount required of the managing authority. 45. when preparing project plans and procurement for the implementation of the project plan, project calendar, the applicant shall take into account the following conditions: 45.1. project activities must be completed and payments must be made within the Statute;
45.2. the applicant may provide the project project implementation deadline earlier than provided for in the Statute;
45.3. the project the applicant made time purchasing procedures as well as take into account the risks for possible appeals;
28.2. the project procurement (subcontractors) amount may not exceed 40% of the direct eligible costs, excluding particularly justified cases approved by the managing authority. If the project procurement (contracts below) total exceeds 40% of the direct eligible costs of the project, the applicant shall provide reasons for the managing authority (annex 3);
28.3. the project applicant is aware that the expenditure may be found not to be adequate, if the regulations are not complied with in the implementation of the project;
45.6. the project applicant is aware that the expenditure made without respecting the procurement of the Republic of Latvia regulatory legislation may be found to be appropriate. 46. in drawing up the list of the documents accompanying the application for the project, in accordance with the provisions of this annex takes into account the nature of the project and the applicant's legal status. IV. submission of the project evaluation and decision 47. Managing Authority or delegated authority registers the project submissions received the order of their submission and: 29.3. If announced open tender, up to the project submission deadline for the submission of their stores won't open. Project submissions are open and move the evaluation on the working day following the submission of the project application;
47.2. If a limited selection-organized project submissions open and move the evaluation immediately after receipt. 48. the project submissions valued at not more than six months of calendar from the project submission deadline. 49. the project submissions valued at three stages: 30.5. administrative criteria (annex 5) evaluation (project of the eligibility of the applicant and project completeness and correctness of the application);
30.6. the quality criteria (annex 6) evaluation (project's compliance with the Fund's objectives and conditions, project justification and proposed measures and eligibility of expenditure, as well as to the objective of the project the project readiness and staff and logistic base);

30.6. the specific criteria (annex 7) evaluation (for example, the analysis of the project in relation to the relevant sectoral policies, in actuality, how effective is the proposed solution to the problem, and how will the sustainable project results). 50. If the application meets the criteria, the leading administrative body or delegated authority driven it for further evaluation to determine compliance with quality and specific criteria. 51. the project application be considered according to the criteria of administrative requirements, and it rejected immediately, not judging, if it does not meet even one criterion for administrative (annex 5 1., 2., 3., 4 or 5). 52. the project submissions that have not been rejected in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 51, are rated according to administrative criteria (annex 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28). 53. Where the application does not meet the criteria of 15 or more administrative (annex 5 of the 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28), it is rejected and not evaluated further. 54. Where the application does not meet the criteria for 14 or less administrative (annex 5 of the 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28), the managing authority or delegated authority to make a request in writing to the applicant of the project to refine the project submission, or submit additional information within a period which shall not be less than 10 working days, send a request by mail to the applicant of the project legal address. 55. If the applicant or of the managing authority delegated authority within the time specified in the project application submitted or required more information, project submissions valued again according to administrative criteria. 56. If the applicant or of the managing authority delegated authority is not made within the time limit specified in the project application or you need more information or submission of the project evaluated repeatedly does not meet even one criterion for administrative (annex 5 of the 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28), it is rejected and not evaluated further. 57. If the submitted project applications corresponds to the administrative criteria, managing authority or delegated authority driven it for further evaluation of the quality and specific criteria. 58. The delegated authority within five working days after the completion of the evaluation shall be submitted to the managing authority for information on the results of the evaluation of the application of and compliance with the administrative criteria. 59. the managing authority within 10 working days of receipt of the information from the delegated authority or the completion of the assessment, decide on administrative criteria, inappropriate application of rejection of the project and shall inform the applicant of the project. 60. After assessing the project submission compliance with the quality criteria, the managing authority or delegated authority shall submit project applications in the Management Committee of the Fund for specific evaluation criteria. 61. The total number of points obtained, the application project adding a quality criterion scoring with specific criteria. If the application specifies under the managing authority or delegated authority, the total number of points earned will not change. 62. After completion of the project application to the evaluation of the quality and specific criteria, managing authority or delegated authority collects project applications list. Submissions are arranged in order of priority according to the rules set out in paragraph 61 of the evaluation process resulting in the total number of points. 63. The delegated authority within five working days after the completion of the evaluation, the managing authority shall submit information on the application of the evaluation of the project results and compliance with quality and specific criteria. 64. the managing authority within 10 working days of receipt of the information from the delegated authority or the completion of the evaluation, the decision thereon and shall inform the applicant of the project: 64.1. application rejection of the project, if the rating resulting in the total score up to 40% of the maximum possible number of points;
64.2. the approval of the project application, provided that the resulting overall rating score is 41 to 75% of the maximum possible number of points;
64.3. about the project approval submissions, if the rating resulting in the total number of points is more than 76% of the maximum possible score. The managing authority, the reasons therefor, may be more of a sacījum of the following project submission for approval. 65. This rule 64.2 and 64.3. bottom point. that decision may include the following: 65.1. the project indicated in the project application to the financing plan clarification;
65.2. the project indicated in the project application to the budget estimate of clarification;
65.3. clarification of the application of the project if it does not comply with the submission of the project quality criteria (annex 6, 1.3, 2.1., 2.2., 2.3., 2.4., 3.1., 3.2., 3.3., 3.5., 4.1., 4.2., 4.3) or specific criteria (7.2 and annex 5). 66. The project submissions, which in the activity you have got the highest number of points, except this rule 64.1. in point case. Approval of eligible project applications per activity is dependent on the activity of the financial resources allocated. 67. If, in the light of the evaluation of the application of the project results in any of the activities requires a smaller amount than the amount of financial resources allocated, the Fund's Steering Committee may decide to reallocate the remaining amount in other activities of the project submitted for financing application. 68. If, after approval of the project application in the framework of the annual programme remains broken in the financial resources of the Fund, the managing authority can organize open competition for allocating these funds. 69. If the project application in the activity has got the same number of points, priority shall be given to the project application, which won the largest number of points according to specific criteria. If the rating according to specific criteria are equal, priority is given to the project application, which won the largest number of points according to the quality criteria. If quality criteria are equal, the final decision shall be taken by the Steering Committee. 70. If the application is approved, the managing authority offers project applicant to conclude a grant agreement. 71. If the application is approved on condition that the managing authority or delegated authority shall inform the applicant of the project need to make project application adjustments within a time limit which shall not be less than 10 working days. 72. If the applicant or of the managing authority delegated authority to date: 72.1. submitted to the managing authority or delegated authority specified in the project application, the grant agreement will not be concluded;
72.2. submit application to the project specified by the managing authority or delegated authority to check whether the condition is fulfilled, and if after the evaluation is found: 72.2.1. required clarifications have been made or not made in full, the grant agreement will not be concluded;
72.2.2. required clarifications have been made in full, the managing authority offers project applicant to conclude a grant agreement. 73. the managing authority or delegated authority within ten working days after the assessment informs the applicant of the project for this rule 72.2.1. or 72.2.2. the situation referred. 74. If the tender winner refuses to conclude a grant agreement, the managing authority offers to conclude grant agreements the project applicant who has received the next highest number of points in the respective activity. V. Grant contract for 75. After conclusion of the contract of grant open competition winner or a limited selection of the applicants is considered to be the beneficiary of the financing. 76. the Grant Agreement annex approved project is added in the application (with the exception of accompanying documents). 77. the grant agreement concluded the acceptable amendments, if their purpose is to specify the conditions of implementation of the project. 78. If during the implementation of the project requires a project changes, they coordinated with the managing authority. The beneficiary shall provide a grant to the managing authority the draft amendments to the agreement and the reasons for the changes required. 79. the project changes are permitted if: 79.1. in accordance with the instructions of the European Commission need to make amendments to the project;
79.2. changes in the laws of the Republic of Latvia concerning the implementation of the project;
79.3. information contained in the project no longer meets the situation;
49.3. Managing Authority supports or requires a change in the project;
49.4. the draft amendments to the agreement of the grant has been submitted to the managing authority not later than two months before the end of the project. 80. the managing authority 20 working days evaluate beneficiary grant agreement provided by the draft amendments and the reasons and inform of the decision taken. 81. the managing authority or delegated authority terminates the limited tender or selection without closing the grant agreement, in the following cases:

81.1. all projects submitted submissions are deemed inappropriate for the project evaluation criteria and have been rejected;
81.2. for objective reasons (force majeure circumstances, the lack of financial resources, the specific conditions in the country, which preclude project), why not the managing authority may enter into a grant agreement with the winner of the open competition or limited selection of applicants. Vi. The procedures for implementing the technical assistance activity 82. Fund technical assistance activities implemented by the management of such funds, participating in the control and supervision of public administration authorities (hereinafter referred to as the responsible authorities): 82.1. managing authority;
82.2. the audit authority;
82.3. certification authority. 83. Delegated authority technical assistance activities include managing the technical assistance project. 84. the Fund for technical assistance projects of the activity you select limited selection. 85. the Fund for technical assistance activities for the maximum available funding for the Fund, as well as its distribution between the responsible authorities indicate the year of the Foundation programme. 86. Technical assistance activities for the implementation of the related expenditure shall cover 100% of the financing of the Fund. 87. the implementation of technical assistance activities, carried out by the responsible authority, acting in the framework of several funds, allocated to a particular fund, taking into account the relevant responsible authority available technical assistance funding ratio between funds. 88. The Fund supported the technical assistance activities, as well as eligible costs are defined in compliance with the conditions of the Fund. 89. in order to ensure the managing authorities for technical assistance project preparation, approval and implementation, as well as proper separation of these functions, the managing authority shall issue internal legislation. This normative act on technical assistance in the preparation and implementation of the project the responsible departments or officials. 90. in order to ensure the implementation of technical assistance activities, the managing authority shall send the invitation to submit a technical assistance fund project application (hereinafter referred to as the technical aid project application) 82.2. these provisions and 82.3 in said institutions and the rules referred to in paragraph 89 of the unit or official (hereinafter technical assistance project by the applicant). 91. This provision the provisions of chapter III relating to the preparation of the application projects are also applicable in respect of the technical assistance project submissions, with the exception of this rule 44.1. the conditions referred to in paragraph. The responsible authority, which runs several Fund, one project submission prepared for all the funds. 92. the managing authority shall ensure that the technical assistance project application under the administrative evaluation criteria. 93. Where the application does not meet even one criterion for administrative, the managing authority shall make a request in writing a technical assistance project for the applicant to clarify the application of the project of technical assistance or to supply further information within a period which shall not be less than 10 working days. The request shall be sent by mail to the applicant of the project of technical assistance in the legal address. 94. If the original or reprint submitted technical assistance project submission complies with the administrative criteria, the managing authority for further evaluation to guide the quality criteria. 95. the managing authority within 10 working days of the completion of the review of the decision and shall inform the applicant of the project of technical assistance: 95.1. concerning technical assistance project for the approval of the application, provided that the resulting overall rating score is up to 75% of the maximum possible number of points;
95.2. concerning technical assistance project approval submissions, if the rating resulting in the total number of points is more than 76% of the maximum possible score. The managing authority, justified, may impose additional conditions for the application of such a project. 96. This rule 95.1 and 95.2. bottom ð decision referred to in paragraph 1 may include the following conditions: 96.1. application of technical assistance project in the specified project financing plan clarification;
96.2. a technical assistance project in the specified project application to the budget estimate of clarification;
96.3. technical assistance project submission clarification if it does not comply with the submission of the project quality criteria (annex 6, 1.3, 2.1., 2.2., 2.3., 2.4., 3.1., 3.2., 3.3., 3.5., 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3). 97. If the technical aid project application is approved on condition that the managing authority shall inform the applicant of the project of technical assistance on the need for technical assistance in the application of the draft adjustments within a time limit which shall not be less than 10 working days. 98. Following the adoption of the decision on technical assistance project application approval or a technical assistance project for the approval of the application, provided the relevant conditions are fulfilled by the managing authority with the Fund beneficiaries of technical assistance agreement concluded or internal regulations issued by the managing authority in relation to the technical assistance project on technical assistance for the implementation of the project. 99. This provision of the agreement referred to in paragraph 98 of the switch or the internal normative acts issued for the implementation of all programmes. Each year, from 2009 until 1 September, a technical assistance project, the applicant submitted to the managing authority updated the technical assistance project or its respective sections for the next calendar year planned measures. 100. the amendments to the arrangement or the internal legislative changes regarding the managing authorities for technical assistance project and confirm this rule 76, 77, 78, 79.. and in paragraph 80. Prime Minister i. Godmanis Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš annex 1 Cabinet 10 June 2008. Regulations No 425 project no BC statement by the applicant certify that: Yes, no, N/A1 1. Project implementation will not be tolerated discrimination based on gender, race, ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, sexual orientation, age and will be provided equal opportunities for different groups in society.


2. I am familiar with all the conditions for receipt of funding (including deadlines for implementation of the project and the compliance with the conditions of the Fund), and in the course of the implementation of the project will follow them. The requested funding is calculated without mistakes, and during the implementation of the project it will be clarified or corrected.


3. submission of project documents and the information provided is true.


4. The project will be implemented in the public interest, and it does not generate profit.


5. the project the applicant institution for at least eight years after the completion of the project will be stored with all the Fund's project-related documentation and information (if necessary, be able to produce), as well as the agreement with Latvia and the representatives of the bodies of the European Union controls and audits before approving a project, the project during implementation and after completion of the project.


6. Will run all of the Fund's funding requirements for expenditure made before the grant agreement with the managing authority, attributed the Foundation of the ietvaros2.


7. the institution of the applicant is not the project declared insolvent (including not in the bailout process and not in the process of liquidation), its operation is suspended or interrupted or not initiate proceedings for its winding up, insolvency or bankrotu3.


8. There is no valid judgment or statement about the penalty, with which I have been guilty of fraud, crime related to bribery, as well as involvement in a criminal organisation or any other illegal activities, which affected the European Community or the Republic of Latvia on financial interests.


9. No breaches of the professional activities and there is no decision, with which I have been guilty of offences in connection with their professional activities.


10. I'm not knowingly provided false or distorted information, and I have not concealed the information related to the project.


11. I am not with criminal or administrative offences acts affected the project appraisal process involved.


12. the requesting authority of the project are available for stable and adequate financial and other resources, to determine the extent of your project to ensure financing for the implementation of the project, as well as continuity and implementation deadline.


13. the project the applicant institution may provide the necessary for the implementation of the project the number of people who have the appropriate skills, knowledge and experience.


14. the project the applicant institution has provided one and the same application for funding of the project from various financial sources, that is, it does not claim to receive double funding for the same project. The project activities to be implemented is not already implemented, and their implementation has been initiated from other funds.


15. the project the applicant institution has paid taxes and other State and local governments in certain minimum payments in full and in the laws of the Republic of Latvia within.


16.

The project the applicant institution is directly responsible for project preparation, implementation and management, as well as on the results of the project. The applicant is not a mediator of the project.


17. within the framework of the project or the stalls were deserted sold real estate before the implementation of the project has never been purchased with the aid of the European Community funding, and project the applicant institution or partner institution (if the project involves the building of a partnership) in the course of implementing the project obtained real estate according to the will of the Cabinet of Ministers on 10 June 2008 by Regulation No 425 "solidarity and management of migration flows framework programme 2007-2013 the external borders Fund , The European return Fund and the European Refugee Fund project selection and the technical assistance for the implementation of the activity "that compliance with the conditions of the Fund.


18. the project the applicant institution is responsible for the conduct of the procurement procedure and documentation.


19. the applicant certifies the project that will provide public information on the European Union's contribution to the Fund for the project, as well as publicity and visual identity guidelines.


20. by the managing authority or delegated authority, the project applicant institution will submit additional or correct required information and documentation.


21. the managing body or delegated authority for project application submitted in electronic version on CD-ROM (CD) in full compliance with the project application submitted the original.


22. I certify that (project applicant institution) will provide funding of $ _____ _____ in project "" (project name) where the application will be apstiprināts4.

The notes. 1 indicates the appropriate ("Yes", "no" meet-does not meet, does not apply-N/A). 2 apply, if the expenses made before the grant date of conclusion of the contract with the managing authority. 3 does not apply to the Republic of Latvia, direct or pastarpinātaj for national regulatory authorities. 4 apply if the project the applicant intends to participate in the project with its own funding (in accordance with the financing plan of the project 2.1.).
I know if will be found to have knowingly or negligently provide false information, I will be denied the opportunity to receive Fund support, and managing authority or delegated authority can apply to the law enforcement institutions.

Project Manager of the applicant institution name title signature date URZ.v.* and place the document properties in the "signature", "date" and "filling" If z.v. electronic document is drawn up according to the law on electronic document design.
Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš annex 2 Cabinet 10 June 2008. Regulations No 425 project Declaration of the partnership (if the project involves the building of partnership) no PO box to ensure a successful implementation of the project, the project applicant and partner agree to the following principles of good partnership practice: Yes, no, N/A1 1. Project implementation will not be tolerated discrimination based on gender, race, ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, sexual orientation, age and will be provided equal opportunities for different groups in society.


2. prior to the application of the project managing body or delegated authority partner has read the project application and aware of their role in the implementation of the project.


3. the cooperation partner empowered project applicant to sign the grant agreement with the managing authority and to represent it in all project related transactions.


4. the project applicant must regularly consult with partners and provide complete information on the implementation of the project.


5. If the expenses made partner, the applicant in the project all partners to fund the project-related documents, certified copies for at least eight years after program implementation period.


6. the project the applicant would partner the project drawn up by the applicant a copy of the draft report.


7. the project before the submission of proposals for major changes in the project (for example, the changes associated with activity or partners) reach agreements with partners. If such agreement cannot be reached, the applicant shall inform the managing authority and submit appropriate proposals for necessary changes.


8. the cooperation partner and the project, the applicant shall be the subject of a written agreement on cooperation in the implementation of the project. One of the conditions is that the partner at least eight years after the completion of the project will be stored in your body with the Fund's project-related documentation and information (if necessary, be able to produce), as well as the agreement with Latvia and the representatives of the bodies of the European Union controls and audits before approving a project, the project during implementation and after completion of the project.


9. If the expenses made partner and where the application will be approved for co-financing from the Fund's financial resources, partner funding guarantees amounting to: $ _____ _____ _____ (that is, ________% of the total eligible project izmaksām2).

The notes. 1 indicates the appropriate ("Yes", "no" meet-does not meet, does not apply-N/A). 2 apply if the project the applicant intends to participate in the project with its own funding (in accordance with the financing plan for the project of 2.2).
Partner has read the managing body or delegated authority submitted the project submission and agrees with the contents.
Project applicant: partner: the requesting authority of the project manager's name, Project Manager of the applicant institution name title title signature * signature * URZ.v.* Z.v. date and place date and place the document properties in the "signature", "date" and "filling" If z.v. electronic document is drawn up according to the law on electronic document design.
Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš Interior Ministry submitted to the annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 10 June 2008. Regulations No 425 annex 3 PDF format, Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš Interior Ministry submitted to the annex 4 Cabinet 10 June 2008. Regulations No 425 fund eligibility requirements a condition of European refugee fund European return Fund for the external borders Fund (I) 1 guiding all the funds the same condition with exception to the external borders Fund-f) does not apply (the reference to the target group) : 1. The expenditure to be eligible, they must be: (a) for the purposes of the Fund); b) according to the activities that are listed in the Foundation for a European Parliament and Council decisions (hereinafter referred to as the Basic Act); c) appropriate multiannual and annual programmes defined in or applicable to the emergency measures, if they constitute the relevant amendments to the annual programme; (d) reasonable and appropriate) the principles of sound financial management, in particular in relation to value for money and cost-effectiveness; e) incurred by the beneficiary or a partner that works and is registered in the Member State of the European Union, except in the case of international intergovernmental organizations dealing with the same objectives laid down in the Basic Act. The rules on the eligibility of expenditure, and the beneficiary shall apply mutatis mutandis also partner; (f)) related to the target groups defined in the Basic Act; (g)) incurred in accordance with the grant agreement, special conditions. 2. the multiannual project, which funds financial aid is granted for a period of up to three years, fund eligibility requirements apply only to that part of the project financed within the program of the year. 3. the Fund supported projects cannot be financed by other Community funds. The Fund supported projects can be co-financed from public or private funds.

2. the budget for the Project (I) all the funds the same conditions: 1. the budget must be balanced, i.e., the total eligible cost must be equal to the total amount of income. 2. the cost of the project are divided into:-direct eligible project costs that are directly associated with the project; -the project's indirect eligible costs which are not directly related to the specific project; -non-eligible costs of the project.

3. income and profit I condition

All the funds the same conditions: 1. the projects supported by the Fund must be non-profit projects. If at the conclusion of the project income (income sources of funding), including revenue (revenue generated by the project), exceed the costs (in fact the corresponding expenditure), the investment of the Fund shall be reduced accordingly in the project. All sources of income of the project must be registered in the beneficiary's accounts and they must be identifiable and verifiable. 2. project income shall consist of financial contributions, which are assigned to the project from the Fund, funds, public or private, including the contribution of the beneficiaries, as well as the project proceeds, the project obtained by this Annex i. section 4 describes the compliance period from sales, rentals, services, registration fees, or other similar income. 3. the Foundation and national funding contribution from the national budget through the non-profit principle calculation: from the "total eligible costs" subtracting "investment" of third parties (beneficiaries and partner contributions) and subtracting the "project" of the same revenue. The Fund's investment is obtained by multiplying the above difference by 75%, the national funding from the State budget contribution is 25%.

4. Eligibility period 1. Project costs to be incurred and the payments to be made (the exception is the depreciation write-downs) after 1 January of the year referred to in the financing decision, which approved the annual programme of the Republic of Latvia. Eligibility period is up to N1 + 1 December 31, which means that the project expenses must be incurred before this date. Payments can be made also by N2 + 1 December 31.

2. derogations from this annex 4 section referred to in paragraph 1: (a) the eligibility period) the emergency measures, which the Fund's financial aid measures can not be longer than six; b) technical assistance to the Republic of Latvia.
2. derogations from this annex I section 4 referred to in paragraph 1 of the eligibility period is technical assistance to the Republic of Latvia.
2. derogations from this annex 4 section referred to in paragraph 1: (a) the eligibility period) supported projects relating to the 2007 program (costs can be considered as appropriate from the Fund only if they were actually carried out, the earliest on January 1 of the year specified in the financing decision approving the annual programme. Activities financed by the Fund shall not be completed before the commencement of eligibility); b) technical assistance to the Republic of Latvia.

5. (I) expenditure accounts for all funds identical conditions: 1. the costs must correspond to the beneficiary of the payments made. They must be financial (cash) in the form of the transaction, excluding the depreciation write-down charges. 2. The costs must always be justified by official invoices. If this is not possible, the expenditure is justified by accounting documents or supporting documents with equivalent probative value. 3. the costs must be identifiable and verifiable. In particular, they must be: (a) specified in the requested funding) accounting documents; (b)) made in accordance with the Republic of Latvia the applicable accounting standards and the appropriate beneficiary to the normal accounting practice; (c)), in accordance with the declared requirements applicable tax and social legislation. 4. Where appropriate, the beneficiary is obliged to keep records of the certified copy of the affiliate income and expenditure relating to the project concerned. 5. Accounting data storage and processing must comply with the data protection law. 6. The beneficiary shall ensure a separate analytical accounting, computerized financial transactions incurred in connection with the Fund's project implementation activities. 7. The beneficiary and its partners provide information storage on the project's technical and financial progress that is necessary for the provision of news on the project's technical and financial progress. Information is accumulated in the beneficiary and its partners in the records and books of account, including, electronic media.

I 6. Territorial scope all the funds the same conditions: 1. The expenditure is attributable to those beneficiaries or partners who operate and are registered in the Republic of Latvia, with the exception of the international intergovernmental organization dealing with the same objectives as defined in the Basic Act. 2. Third-country partners costs do not apply. 3. All the funds under the transaction costs must be I to this annex 1. e) defined in the beneficiary of the financing with the exception of expenditure in relation to the external borders Fund.

4. The master document's articles 3 and 5 of the activities described in the expenses must be incurred within the territory of the Republic of Latvia, except: (a)) activities relating to the resettlement programme and development; (b) activities relating to the Member States) of the responsible authorities, the potential resettlement cases evaluation, such as visits to the host country, interviews, medical and security checks; c) health assessment and medical treatment before the transfer; d) material assistance before the transfer; e) information measures before the transfer; f) travel arrangements, including the provision of medical escort services; g) information and assistance immediately upon arrival, including interpretation services. The above activities may be carried out both in the territory of the Republic of Latvia and the country taking in displaced persons.
4. The master document in article 4 and 5 describe the actions must occur in the territory of the Republic of Latvia or in third countries.
4.4 and 6 of the Basic Act describes activities costs must occur in the territory of the Republic of Latvia and I to this annex should be 1. e) defined in the beneficiary of the financing expenses excluding:-activities related to the implementation of expenditure under the general objective of the Fund, which provides for the improvement of Member States ' consular and other services of management of events organised in third countries in respect of third-country nationals to the territory of the Member States of the flows, and improve cooperation between Member States in this field. These activities can occur in the Republic of Latvia and in third countries; -related to the surveillance of external borders. These activities can be both within the limits of the Republic of Latvia, and behind the territory of the Republic of Latvia.


2. project partners, registered and operating in third countries, can participate in the project without the cost, thus the following partners expenses not attributable. The above does not apply to international intergovernmental organizations.

(II) the eligible cost category II 1. Direct eligible costs eligible costs are direct costs directly related to the implementation of the project and include them in the calculation of the budget for the project.

(II) staff costs 1.1 1.1.1. General conditions: 1. the staff costs are attributable only to those persons who have a significant role in the implementation of the project, as the project manager and other staff members involved in project implementation activities, such as project planning, implementation of measures (or monitoring) and the like. Costs for other beneficiaries of staff members, which is just a support function (for example, the head of the institution, the accounting officer, caterer (procurement officer), HR, computer technician, Administrative Assistant, Secretary, u.t.t.), not eligible as direct eligible costs and deemed indirect eligible costs. 2. Personnel costs described in the detailed estimates of expenditure, showing the functions, number and name. If the names of those not yet known or is unable to detect it, provide guidance as to the professional and technical qualifications, which will put relevant given the project's functions or tasks. 3. assigned project personnel costs-salaries, social security contributions and other costs attributable to the remuneration, if they do not exceed the usual remuneration the beneficiaries of scheme the average rate. Where appropriate, this number may include all employer contributions, often excluding bonuses, incentive payments or profit-sharing schemes. The fees, taxes or charges (salaries applicable in particular direct taxes and social security payments) related to projects financed by the Fund shall be considered eligible only if they are actually applied to the direct recipient of the funding.


1.1.2. Special provisions concerning the structure of national staff costs. State structure that implements the project, personnel costs are considered as eligible direct costs only in the following cases: 1. The beneficiary person are accepted for work on contract basis only for the purposes of the implementation of the project; 2. the beneficiary by permanently employed for an indefinite period:-performs with the implementation of specific project-related tasks as overtime; or-with fully documented decision of the organisation is designated to perform tasks that are specifically linked to implementation of the project and not part of his/her normal routine, and the organization is recruiting another person to replace the above person and his/her normal job responsibilities.


3. According to the exact tasks that are made in connection with the project, as well as the duration of the project of the direct eligible costs are considered staff working in Member States ' consular services and other such services in third countries competent to manage the influx of third country nationals in the territory of the Member States, such as consular officials, airline officials and immigration liaison officers of the service cost, provided that the aim of the project is to improve cooperation between the Member States and is intended for the direct sharing tasks and responsibilities , which benefits more than two Member States participating in the project. 2. Staff costs in other Member States ' authorities and the services covered in the master document, such as border guard personnel costs, provided that (a)) the aim of the project is not the dominant II. 1.3. and (II). 1.4. equipment specified in point or real estate purchase; (b) direct the project) most tasks are associated with the active and continuous contribution of the staff, such as the organisation of meetings or the process management, the objective of which is the exchange of information, experience, consultation and cooperation mechanisms, staff training or further training, as well as participation in the staff assignments and staff exchange programmes.

(II) 1.2. subsistence costs travel and all the funds the same conditions: 1. the travel and subsistence costs are eligible costs limited to: (a) the requested funding) for staff members, the costs of which are defined as eligible by this point 1.1 of annex II; (b) requested funding) for staff members who perform support functions as defined in this annex II, point 1.1 only in justified exceptional cases; c) other beneficiaries to unrelated parties participating in project activities. In this case the attendance list must be preserved as evidence. 2. Travel costs are eligible on the basis of actual costs. Reimbursable expenditure rates determined on the basis of the cheapest form of public transport and flights are always permitted only if the trip is longer than 800 km (there and back), or if the destination of a geographical nature justifies the air traffic selection. Boarding tickets should be retained. If using a private car, refundable expenses shall be calculated on the basis of the cost of public transport or distance rates in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Latvia or the beneficiary of the commonly-used terms. 3. Maintenance costs are attributed on the basis of the actual cost or daily allowance. If your organization has its own day rates (subsistence money), they shall apply subject to the Republic of Latvia the maximum limit laid down in accordance with the law and practice. The meaning of the general maintenance money include local transport (including trips by taxi), accommodation, meal, local telephone and other additional costs.

(II) the cost of the Equipment 1.3 1.3.1. General conditions: 1. The cost of purchase of equipment are eligible only if they are essential to the implementation of the project. 2. The equipment must have the project required technical characteristics and must comply with the applicable norms and standards.

3. The cost of purchase of equipment are applied on the basis of the acquired asset depreciation write-downs, rent or lease cost.
3. The cost of purchase of equipment are applied on the basis of the acquired asset depreciation write-downs, cost of rent or lease or purchase the full/partial cost.

4. Not applicable.
4. The cost of purchase of equipment are attributed on the basis of the full/partial purchase cost if equipment will be used for the purposes of the project, even after the end of the project:-at least 3 years or more for information and communication technology equipment; -5 years or more in the case of other types of equipment, and technical equipment and vehicle units. The exception is for helicopters, ships and aeroplanes, when the equipment to be used in the project objectives by the end of the implementation of the project for at least 10 years.

5. The cost of the day-to-day administrative equipment (for example, print device, lap computer, copier, phone, cable, URu.tml.) is the direct eligible costs, and they are considered indirect eligible costs. 6. the choice between leasing, rental or purchase of should always be based on the cheapest option (the beneficiary must hold documents justifying that the selected option is the least expensive). However, if the rental or lease is not possible, the short-term nature of the project or the rapid fall in the value of the equipment, the purchase is allowed and depreciation write-downs expenditure may be considered eligible, based on the provisions of the Republic of Latvia on the depreciation write-downs.


1.3.2. The lease and rental: rental expenses or rent eligible for funding pursuant to the Republic of Latvia, the existing regulations and practices, as well as the lease or rental period in relation to the objectives of the project.

1.3.3. Purchases: 1. If the equipment is purchased before or during the project, the subject is just so depreciation write-downs of expenditure, which corresponds to the period of use of the equipment and the actual usage for the project's needs; 2. the costs relating to equipment purchased prior to the start of the project, but used for project purposes, is based on the depreciation of the related write-downs. However, this cost is not applicable if the equipment purchased with subsidy from the European Community assistance; 3. equipment acquisition cost correspond to normal market prices, and the value of the corresponding object computes depreciation write-downs, in accordance with the funding recipient, the applicable tax and accounting rules.

1.3.4. the individual items that are less than 1000 euro, the entire purchase amount is eligible provided that the equipment is purchased in the first three months of the project.

1.4. II real estate (including acquisition, construction and renovation works) 1.4.1. General conditions: 1. the real estate purchase, construction or renovation work, as well as real estate lease it must possess the necessary technical project characteristics and comply with applicable norms and standards.

2. Real estate purchase, construction or renovation costs are allocated on the basis of depreciation write-downs.
2. Real estate purchase, construction or renovation costs are allocated on the basis of depreciation write-downs, or purchase the full/partial cost.

3. Not applicable.
3. Funding on the basis of the full/partial cost can be obtained if the following conditions are met: (a)) real estate is to be used only for the purpose set out in the project for at least 10 years after the closing date of the project unless the European Commission has not given specific permission; (b)) real estate purchase is reasonable with cost-effective solutions and the cost-effectiveness and proportionate to it which must be achieved during project implementation.

1.4.2. the purchase, construction or renovation work: 1. If the acquisition of immovable property is required for the implementation of the project and have a clear link with the objectives of the project, it has already built buildings the acquisition or construction of immovable property may be eligible for funding if the following conditions are met: (a)) shall be obtained from an independent qualified valuer or authorised official body must receive an attestation stating that the price does not exceed the market value, and approved that real estate complies with the provisions of the Republic of Latvia or to indicate discrepancies which the beneficiary intends to prevent the project; (b)) real property prior to the commencement of the implementation of the project has never been purchased with subsidy from the European Community assistance; (c)) the real estate is to be used only for the purpose set out in the project for at least 5 years after project closing date, unless the European Commission has not given specific permission; (d)) apply is just so depreciation expense after the share corresponding to the period of use and the amount of actual utilization project. Write-downs of depreciation shall be calculated in accordance with the accounting rules of the Republic of Latvia. 2. Renovation work is only applicable in the case of (II) 1.4.2.1 c) and (d)).

1.4.3. Hire:


Real estate lease can receive funding if there is a clear link between the rental and the objectives of the project and, if the following conditions are met: (a)) real estate is purchased with subsidy from the European Community assistance; (b)) the real estate is to be used only for the purposes of the project. Otherwise, the deal is only part of the cost is in proportion to the needs of the project.

1.4.4. funding requested office space: the cost of funding requested office space acquisition, construction or renovation work out is not the direct eligible costs, but indirect eligible costs.

(II) 1.5. Auxiliary materials and general services in the same conditions on all the funds: 1. Consumables, supplies and other general costs are eligible if they are identifiable and directly necessary for the implementation of the project. 2. However, the Office supply delivery costs, as well as all kinds of detailed administrative consumables delivery costs, representation costs and costs for common services (for example, phone, internet, mail, Office cleaning, utilities, insurance, staff training and recruitment and the like) are not direct eligible costs. They include indirect eligible costs (see. (II) point 2).

II 1.6. Subcontracting (procurement) all the funds the same conditions: 1. The beneficiary must be able to implement measures for the same project. Therefore, the beneficiary may not subcontract for the general implementation of the project. Subcontracting agreements must be limited and shall not exceed 40% of the direct eligible costs, excluding the project the applicant specifically justified cases, the prior consent of the managing authority. 2. The Fund may not get on the following: (a) subcontracting agreements) the General management of the project task subcontracted; b) subcontracting which increase the cost of the project, but does not cause disproportionate additional value to the project; c) subcontracts with intermediaries or consultants, paying down a percentage of the total cost of the project, unless the direct beneficiaries of this type of payment is not justified on the basis of the work carried out, or the actual value of the services. 3. for all subcontracts for the beneficiary shall stipulate that the subcontractor undertakes audit and control authorities provide all necessary information on subcontracting activities.

(II) the cost of 1.7 directly resulting from the conditions relating to the financing of All the European Union funds the identical conditions: the costs required to comply with European Union funding-related requirements, such as the costs related to publicity, transparency, evaluation of projects, independent audit, bank guarantees, translation costs and the like are the direct eligible costs (such costs should be included at the administration costs).

II 1.8. Expert services all the funds the same conditions: fees for legal advice, notarial services or technical and financial experts ' fees are direct eligible costs.

II 1.9. specific costs associated with the target groups 1. Beneficiary's expenses associated with the target groups are eligible. The beneficiary must keep proof of the expenditure referred to in the eight years after the end of the period of the programme.
Not applicable.

2. the objectives of the assistance, which purchases the beneficiary target groups, and carried out by the beneficiaries of the remuneration paid to cover the costs incurred, the target is applicable, subject to the following special conditions: a) the beneficiary shall retain all the necessary information and evidence that the person who received that aid meets the target group as defined in article 6 of the Basic Act; (b)) in the proof of funding support (such as invoices and receipts), which proves that people really have received such support.
2. Costs are eligible, provided the following conditions shall be satisfied: a) the beneficiary shall retain all the necessary information and evidence that the person comply with specific target groups, in accordance with article 5 of the basic act defined these costs make ineligible; (b)) the beneficiary shall keep all the information you need relating to atgriežamaj persons, receiving this support, allow the identification of persons, their date of return to their country, and proof that these individuals have received this support; (c)) on the beneficiaries of the aid and for those cases where the amounts of money paid to immediately store evidence (such as invoices and receipts), which proves that people really have received such support. The above information storage and processing is guaranteed in accordance with the national data protection law. 3. Specific expenditure relating to the target groups (in accordance with article 5 of the Basic Act) provides for the following: (a) the aid beneficiary's intended) cost of target groups; (b) the person return) costs, which then repaid the funds to the recipient. c) non-refundable expenses (in the case of rehabilitation measures to support economic activity and the cash payment atgriežamaj persons as described in article 5 of the Basic Act 8 and 9). 4. Support measures relating to return to third countries, as the training and employment support, short-term measures required the return process and after return support in accordance with article 5 of the Basic Act; 5. 8 and 9, that is, not exceeding six months from the date of the return of a citizen to a third country.

(II) 1.10. Emergency measures applicable only to the European Refugee Fund: 1. Expenses related to emergency measures is permitted in cases where the European Commission has approved a decision authorizing emergency measures. 2. This rule 44.1. proportions in exceptions are the emergency measures, which financial support can be up to 80% of the cost of each measure.
Not applicable.

II 2. indirect eligible costs 1. indirect eligible costs is the expenditure category, which does not correspond exactly to the project-specific costs. A fixed interest rate of the total direct eligible cost amount can be applied to the project as an indirect eligible costs provided that: (a)) indirect eligible costs are minimal; b) indirect eligible costs are provided for in the budget for the planned project; c) indirect eligible costs do not include costs that are included in any other budget heading; d) indirect eligible costs are not funded from other sources. Organisations from the European Union budget and/or Member States receive subsidies for their activity, can project budget plan to include indirect eligible costs; e) project indirect eligible costs must not exceed 20% of the total direct eligible project costs, on the other hand, if the project is approved the limited selection order or project (subcontracting) total purchase exceeds 40% of the direct eligible costs of the project the indirect eligible costs ratio decreases to 10%. 2. Indirect eligible costs may include the following expenses: (a) staff costs) are not eligible as direct costs, as determined in section II, paragraph 1, point 1.1.1; (b)) Administration and management costs, such as 1.5.2. In chapter II of subparagraph; (c) fees and fees for the) banking services (except bank guarantees in accordance with chapter II, 1.7); d) real estate depreciation and maintenance costs associated with the day-to-day administrative operations, such as the costs described in section 1.4.4 of chapter II; e) all costs associated with the project, but which does not apply paragraph 1 of chapter II –,, direct eligible costs ".

(Iii) the eligible costs All funds identical conditions: the following costs are not eligible: (a) VAT, except if) the beneficiary can prove that he is unable to recover it; (b)) return on capital, debt and debt service charges, debit interest, foreign exchange losses and exchange rate fluctuations, provisions losses or possible future liabilities, interest payments, dubious debts, fines, financial penalties, litigation costs and excessive or reckless expenditure; (c)) the representation costs relating only to the project. Is allowed for reasonable representation costs for measures justified by the type of project, for example, the cost of the closing event of the project or project coordination group meetings; d) costs declared by the beneficiary and which relate to another project or work programme receiving a subsidy from the European Community; e) land acquisition; f) staff costs for officials involved in project implementation, doing tasks that are part of their everyday job duties; g) contributions in kind.

(IV) the costs covered by assigned income

In justified cases, the public sector can be considered as a base employee, as part of a national co-financing: 1. The beneficiary and the partners ' contribution in co-financing the project may take part as the work performed by the employees and projects involved in the permanent officials or employees. In such cases, these costs are not eligible, either as direct nor indirect personnel costs, as defined in this annex II, paragraph 1.1 and 2, but as costs relating to assigned revenue. 2. Such investments may not exceed 50% of the national co-financing contribution. In this case, the following conditions apply: (a)) public servants or employees tasks are particularly related to the implementation of the project and does not derive from the relevant national statutory authority; b) officials, entrusted with implementing a project, are posted with the decision of the competent authority; c) this may be audited by the value of the investment, and it should not exceed the national authorities accounts the actual cost of detection.

(V) technical assistance for all the funds in the same conditions: 1. at the initiative of the Member States listed below are technical assistance measures under each annual programme, subject to the restrictions laid down in the framework of each Fund's article "technical assistance at the initiative of the Member States") in the conditions: (a) expenditure associated with the preparation, selection, appraisal, management and monitoring (including computer equipment and consumables); b) expenditure associated with the action or project audits and spot checks; c) expenditure associated with the action or project evaluation; d) expenses related to information dissemination and transparency in respect of activities; e) acquisition, installation and maintenance of computer systems related to funds management, monitoring and evaluation; f) expenditure made in respect of the Supervisory Committee and Sub-Committee meetings in connection with the implementation of the action to be taken. These expenses can also be experts and other participants in these committees, including participants from third countries, where their presence is essential for the effective implementation of the action; g) expenditure on salaries including social security contributions is eligible only in respect of:-civil servants or other public officials with the official decision of the competent authority at the time designated to carry out the tasks referred to in points (a) to (f))); -other employees employed by a) through f) above tasks; -posting or the conditions of employment shall not exceed the last date of eligibility for expenditure fixed in the decision approving the technical assistance. 2. within the framework of technical assistance may finance expenditure incurred by any of the following institutions: the managing authority, delegated authority, the audit authority, the certification authority. 3. technical assistance related activities and the payments to be made after 1 January of the year referred to in the financing decision, which approved the annual programme of the Member State. Eligibility period is up to N3 + 2 by the end of June, or up to any later date that corresponds to the final report on implementation of the annual programme submission deadline. 4. all public procurement is to be conducted in accordance with the Latvian public procurement law. 5. Technical assistance measures can be implemented in one Fund, together with technical assistance measures or all the funds. However, in this case, it only costs used for the implementation of the joint action concerning this Fund, may be eligible for financing the Fund and the Member States shall ensure that: (a) the common measures) part financed from the Fund's reasonable and verifiable manner; (b)) does not cost double financing. 6. This rule 44.1. proportions in the exception is the technical assistance activities of the introduction of the related costs shall be borne by the 100 percent financing from the Fund.

1 N-Fund annual program started the year. 2 N-Fund annual program started the year. 3 N-Fund annual program started the year.
Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš annex 5 cabinet 10 June 2008. Regulations No 425 project application administrative criteria no PO box
 Criteria yes no i. project submission and eligibility of the applicant for the project Project 1 the applicant or his/her authorized person project application submitted personally, sent by post or submitted in electronic form according to the design of the electronic documents regulations the requirements set out in the project application 2 is filed within the prescribed 3. project applicant or partner (if applicable) are direct or of the Republic of Latvia of direct public administration institution , derived public persona, other public authority, private-law legal person or an international intergovernmental organisation, which operates in the area where the Fund 4. Project applicant or partner (if applicable) is solvent, including not in rehabilitation or liquidation process 5. the project applicant or partner (if applicable) is not tax debt II. formal application of the project in compliance with the application of the project 6 is made in two originals in the cauraukloto (in addition to one project application is accompanied by the original supporting documents) together with the electronic version on CD-ROM (CD) or project submission is filed in electronic form according to the design of the electronic documents regulations requirements 7. Projects submitted the original request to correspond with each other and the electronic version of the application CD (CD), except in addition to the attached document (if applicable) 8. Projects submitted the original application is appropriate-looking (if applicable) 9. project submissions, the applicant's receipt of the project and the project partnership certificate (if applicable) is signed by the responsible project submission 10 drawn into the project's application page 11 are numbered (except in addition to the documents attached) 12. project submission prepared for the Latvian language III. Project submission content compliance 13. Project application is added and completely fill all the annexes and submitted all the required accompanying documents 14. project submission has been prepared according to the project application form (fill project and are included in the project application of all applicable sections) 15. the requested Fund and national co-financing amount has calculated the arithmetic correctly and adhere to the funding ratio 16. project financial calculations are made in dollars and is accurately and correctly arithmetic developed 17. Project budget is balanced (total eligible cost is equal to the the total of income) 18. project budget costs correspond to the classification of the eligible cost of the project 19. indirect eligible costs does not exceed 20% of the total direct eligible project costs. If the project is approved, a limited selection of purchase order or project (subcontracting) total was more than 40% of the direct eligible costs of the project the indirect eligible costs ratio does not exceed 10% of the project total direct eligible costs of the project to apply 20 not to cover the costs of the applicant, the project is designed to attract financing (if applicable) 21. procurement plan of the project contains references to event numbers, cost codes, as well as the budget estimates of the project are appropriate measures specified in the application and budget positions 22. Project procurement plan is selected the correct type of purchase in relation to the subject matter of the procurement project procurement plan 23 is selected in proper procurement method in relation to the procurement and the estimated contract price 24. project procurement plan, depending on the legal status of the applicant, the project meets the procurement laws regulating specific 25.
If the application of the project planned purchases of more than 40% of the total direct eligible project cost justification, made for the implementation of the project 26 calendar the purchase plan method the appropriate procurement time 27. project timelines for the implementation given in the application do not exceed the annual implementation of the programme of the Fund for the period 28. project respects the relevant application to the Fund for the implementation of the measures by the territorial scope of the Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš annex 6 Cabinet 10 June 2008. Regulations No 425 project submission quality criteria criterion rating no PO box project. 1.1. Description of the project conformity is clearly defined in the project's General and project-specific goal in the 0-5 1.2 project's compliance with the Fund's objectives, priorities and eligible activities 0-5 1.3. Project activities to be carried out in compliance with the Fund's eligible types of action 0 – 5 P II. Rationale of the project 2.1.

Project application based on the selected target group needs or project is defined and justified in the application problem 0-5 P 2.2. Description of the project has clearly shown the reciprocal linking between projects in the existing situation, the identified challenges, objectives and planned results of the project 0-5 P 2.3. the project activities are clearly defined, with the planned implementation of a reasonable time schedule and ensure the quality of the project results (t.sk. take into account the possible risks/project implementation prerequisites) 0-5 P 2.4. indicators of Achievement provide a clear picture (there are clearly defined and measurable) results of the project, the progress of improvement (gains) in relation to the identified situation and long-term effects (t.sk. is multiplikatīv effect and displayed their sustainability) 0-5 P III. Project implementation capacity 3.1. Description of the project is clearly displayed in administering the staff competence, experience and professional qualifications of the 0-3 P 3.2 project description is available or the required material and technical base of 0-3 P 3.3. project description clearly states the How will the project monitoring (t.sk. the quality and satisfaction of the selected target system adequacy evaluation/compliance) 0-3 P 3.4 degree of readiness of the project improves or undertaken preparatory work undertaken in the 0-3 3.5. Planned activities the project publicity and dissemination of information are sufficient and appropriate 0-3 P IV. Project budget, cost justification and effectiveness 4.1 project budgeted cost for the project is appropriate and current market prices 0-5 P 4.2. Objectives are selected options and cost-effective solutions ( value for money-the cost and result) 0-5 P 4.3. Project budget is detailed, clearly divided over the line and follow 4.4 0-5 P to ensure the implementation of the project the project applicant or partner (if applicable) own funds in addition to the funding not eligible to cover 0-5 the maximum number of points 70 notes. 1. for each quality criterion a certain number of points. 2. If the maximum number of points is 5, then the criterion will be assessed with points from 0 to 5 according to the following ratings: 0-does not meet criteria 1 – low, 2 – compliance under match, partial match, the 3-4-5 match, almost-full compliance. 3. If the maximum number of points is 3, the criteria to be judged with points from 0 to 3, according to the following ratings: 0-does not meet criteria 1-very low compliance, partial match, the 2-3-full compliance. 4. Where the application of P-the information provided does not meet the relevant criteria for evaluation of the project, it is made more precise.
Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš annex 7 Cabinet 10 June 2008. Regulations No 425 project application specific criteria no PO box Assessment Criteria 1. the priorities of the Fund to the implementation of the project solves the current problem of the border and migration flow management 0-5 2. policy guidelines for the inclusion of the common vision of the project, the compatibility and not overlapping with other projects of similar nature 0-5 P 3. Proposed solution efficiency 0-5 4. project sustainability 0-5.5 user or project results final beneficiaries range to meet the needs of the target group level 0-5 P 6. Project good practice acquisitions or new approaches to the use of the 0-5 maximum points 30 notes. 1. for each specific criterion a certain number of points from 0 to 5 in accordance with the following ratings: 0-does not meet criteria 1 – low, 2 – compliance under match, partial match, the 3-4-5 match, almost-full compliance. 2. Where the application of P-the information provided does not meet the relevant criteria for evaluation of the project, it is made more precise.
Minister of Interior Mr Segliņš