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Order Aaa / 708 / 2015, Of 17 Of April, By Which Is Corrected Errors In The Order Aaa / 652 / 2015, Of 8 Of April, By Which Is Set Them Bases Regulatory Of The Concession Of Grants To Entities Of Women Rural Of Scope National For The Desa...

Original Language Title: Orden AAA/708/2015, de 17 de abril, por la que se corrigen errores en la Orden AAA/652/2015, de 8 de abril, por la que se establecen las bases reguladoras de la concesión de subvenciones a entidades de mujeres rurales de ámbito nacional para el desa...

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Warned error in Order AAA/652/2015 of 8 April establishing the regulatory basis for the granting of grants to rural women's entities at national level, for the development of activities of collaboration and representation to the General Administration of State, as well as for the realization of specific activities of special interest to promote the role of women in rural development, published in the " Official Journal of the State ' number 90, dated 15 April 2015, consisting of the lack of follow-up to the text of the order of the two annexes of the same referred to in its articles, the appropriate correction is made:

The following two attachments are added:


Detailed score of each of the assessment criteria in the implementation of the projects specific activities of special interest to the MAGRAMA referred to in Article 1.1.B) of this order

budget for specific activities to be performed under item 1.1.b) (maximum 15 points)

In relation to with the proposed activities, project budget:

• Assessment of the budget presented for the implementation of the project.

different expense concepts and average cost per beneficiary.

Do Not conform: 0 points.

It fits in more than 25%: 1 points.

It fits in more than 50%: 5 points.

It fits in more than 75%: 10 points.

Fully fit: 15 points

adequation to specific activities, as referred to in article 1.1.b) (maximum of 40 points).

Does not conform: 0 points.

Fully matches: 40 points.

Number of women beneficiaries of the project (maximum 30 points).

N. women ≤ 10: 1 points.

No. 10 and ≤ 50: 5 points.

Women's No. > 50 and ≤ 100: 10 points.

No. women > 100 and ≤ 150: 20 points.

No. women > 150: 30 points

Repercussion of the project in the achievement of the object of this order (maximum 15 points).

Not specifying the n. º of CC.AA. or n. CC.AA. < 2: 0 points.

N. of CC.AA. > 2 and < 5: 3 points.

5 and < 8: 5 points.

CC.AA. > 8 and < 12: 10 point.

CC.AA. > 12: 15 points


Eligible and ineligible expense categories

I. Eligible expenditure

1. Staff costs for the project to be carried out.

They will be considered as such:

(a) Wage expenses arising from technical and/or administrative staff specifically for the preparation and execution of the project and/or, in part, the salary expenses of the technical staff (experts, managers and technical) and/or administrative staff of the entity engaged in the design and development of the project. Staff expenditure of other categories of salary (administrative or sub-alternate) shall not be eligible.

Compensation for the purpose of the contract shall be accepted as salary expenses.

The wage allocation will in no case exceed the remuneration in force for public employees, published annually in the BOE, in the General Budget Law of the State, with an equivalence of up to level 26 for external experts and managers, level 24 for technicians and level 20 for administrative. The salary allocation shall include the basic remuneration (level 26 = group A1, level 24 = group A2 and level 20 = group C1) and the target complement corresponding to levels 26, 24 or 20.

The staff costs shall in no case exceed the remuneration in force for the public employees established in the corresponding articles of the General State Budget Law for each financial year.

The maximum amounts subsidised may be subject to revision in the same percentage as the salaries of civil servants.

(b) The business share of the Social Security corresponding to the previous salary expenses.

The costs to be paid by the institution to the Social Security by the working person shall be included in relation to the salary costs referred to in point 1 of this Annex. Only proportional expenses will be charged according to the dedication to the project.

2. Travel, accommodation and maintenance costs arising from the preparation and execution of the project.

The maximum eligible amount will be the one set for Group 2 of the General Administration of the State, provided for in Royal Decree 462/2002 of 24 May on compensation for the service (BOE of 30 May 2002). 2002), or in the regulations that modify or update you.

These expenses may only be eligible if they meet the following requirements:

a) That they are necessary and are associated with concrete actions of the subsidized project.

b) To be performed by the technical and administrative personnel either be the staff of the entity or hired for the preparation or execution of the project.

However, travel, accommodation and maintenance costs incurred by the staff and board of the beneficiary institution may also be eligible as eligible, provided that their own funds are adequately justified. presence in the corresponding activity by a signature control.

The maximum amount of funding will also apply to participants in the days, seminars, meetings and knowledge-sharing activities, and to the speakers.

Total accommodation and food expenses shall not exceed 50% of the budget provided for the implementation of the projects of specific activities of special interest to the MAGRAMA referred to in Article 1 (1) (b) of the present order.

3. Expenses of rapporteurs.

The expenses of rapporteurs associated or related to the eligible activity shall be imputable, in accordance with the following scale.

Days: 120 up to 250 euros maximum amount per speaker, according to difficulty and assessment and entails the obligation to contribute the corresponding didactic material and in its case the publication of the same.

All the costs of this paragraph will be in line with the provisions of the Resolution of 1 April 2009 of the Secretariat of the MMARM, which approves the scale of remuneration of the training activities of the Ministry of the Environment. Environment, Rural and Marine Environment, today Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

4. Overheads.

General expenses linked to specific actions of the subsidised project will be eligible.

Only the costs of electricity, water, telephone, heating, mail, Internet payment fee, fax, local cleaning, office rentals, photocopies, office supplies and material will be eligible for this purpose. computer fungible.

Eligible overheads shall not exceed a maximum of 10% of the approved staff expenditure of the subsidised project.

5. Expenses related to the organization of the event.

It is considered expenses related to the organization of the event: rentals and cleaning of premises where they will be carried out, rental of audiovisual material and assembly of stands.

6. Advertising and promotion costs for the project.

1. Advertising and promotion of the project will be considered: web pages, radio spots, press announcements, brochures, books and posters.

2. The eligible advertising and promotion costs shall not exceed a maximum of 5% of the total (or annual) budget approved for the supported project.

3. Hosting and maintenance and updating of Web pages will not be eligible.

7. Teaching material expenses.

It will be considered as a cost of teaching material to be delivered to the assistants during the days and that it is not within the expenses provided for in point 6 of this annex.

The maximum eligible amount will not exceed 5 € per assistant.

8. Warranty and bank guarantee expenses.

Guarantee or bank guarantee expenses shall be deemed to be incurred as a result of the granting of such guarantee (constitution and interest expenses).

Eligible expenditure shall not exceed the limit of 1,5% of the amount of the advance granted.

II. Ineligible expenditure

According to Law 38/2003 of November 17, in no case will the following expenses be eligible:

(a) The borrowing interests of bank accounts.

(b) VAT and other indirect taxes where they are liable for recovery or compensation, that is, if they are deductible in the tax return. The General Indirect Canarian tax recoverable, nor the one supported by public entities that provide services without consideration or by way of consideration of a tax nature.

c) Personal or income taxes or contributions to any social security schemes.

(d) Interest on late payment, surcharges, periodic penalty payments and administrative and criminal penalties.

e) The costs of court proceedings.

(f) Discounts made on contracts or invoices for the purchase of goods and services and whether by public contract payments made as a result of a work address or quality control fee as well as any concept that involves an income or discount.

(g) Subcontracting expenses which increase the cost of the operation without added value and those concluded with intermediaries or advisers in which the payment consists of a percentage of the total cost of the transaction, unless the beneficiary justifies such payment by reference to the actual value of the work performed or the services provided.

(h) The expenditure prior to the application for aid, for the specific activities referred to in Article 1 (1) (b)

i) The updates, extensions and maintenance of websites and technology platforms already subsidised or initially supported by other entities or bodies.

(j) Expenditure not referred to in paragraph I of this Annex shall not be eligible.

k) The staff costs of the beneficiaries of other salary categories (administrative or sub-alternate) which are not included in paragraph I. 1.a) shall not be eligible.

Madrid, April 17, 2015. -Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Isabel García Tejerina.