The Second call for proposals of the Danube Transnational Programme is planned to be officially launched in Spring 2017.
A Seminar addressed to potential applicants was organised in Budapest on 9th February 2017. Click here for more information about it. All seminar presentations were recorded in several videos and are available here. NEW!
The Second call for proposals is open to the Specific Objectives 1.2, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and 3.2 and restricted to some topics for the other SOs, except SO 4.1, which will not be addressed, according to the following table:
|Specific Objective||Restriction for the 2nd Call for Proposal|
|SO 1.1||Open: restricted to commercialisation of research results and technology transfer; cluster policies and transnational cluster cooperation based on smart specialisation approaches; management of intellectual property rights for supporting innovation|
|SO 1.2||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 2.1||Open: restricted to flood prevention (monitoring / early warning systems; preventive solutions) and/or water quality management (e.g. harmonised monitoring and assessment systems and solutions, measures to reduce nutrient and hazardous substance pollution, more efficient waste water treatment solutions)|
|SO 2.2||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 2.3||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 2.4||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 3.1||Open: restricted to multi/ inter-modality (especially inclusive but not limited to rail and air transport), transport safety (inclusive of ITS, if applicable), IWT fleet modernisation, connectivity of rural areas and improvement of public transport|
|SO 3.2||Open (unrestricted)|
In order to support potential applicants in the preparation of their proposals, the documents related to the call will be published in this section of the website.
This section of the website will be updated with more documents and information when the call will be launched.
The Danube Transnational Programme has produced an Applicants Pack to provide stakeholders and potential project applicants with appropriate and high-quality information about the programme, the options and conditions for the development of their project ideas into full-fledged project proposals and the assessment and selection procedures for proposals. The Application Pack includes the following documents: Cooperation Programme, Applicants Manual, Call Announcement, draft Application Form, Guidelines for the Application Form, declarations and other documents. All these documents will be subsequently published before the call is launched.
A) COOPERATION PROGRAMME
Document developed by the States and Regions of the area covered by the Danube Transnational Programme and approved by the European Commission which defines the priorities as well as the programming and EU funds required to achieve these priorities. It serves to implement a Community support framework, inter alia, to contribute to the Union strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and to the achievement of economic, social and territorial cohesion.
B) APPLICANTS MANUAL
The Applicants Manual is the part of the Application Pack intended to provide applicants with detailed and specific information about the programme, project requirements, eligibility rules, application and assessment processes, project implementation principles and to guide them through the drafting of the project proposals.
|Part 1: Danube Transnational Programme||Download|
|Part 2: Project requirements||Download|
|Part 3: Eligibility of Expenditure||Download|
|Part 4: Application and assessment||Download|
|Part 6: Guidance on how to develop a successful project||Download|
|Part 7: Overview on project implementation principles||Download|
|Abbreviations and glossary||Download|
|Annex I - Intervention logic||Download|
C) CALL ANNOUNCEMENT
This document summarises the most important information regarding the launch of the Second call for proposals.
To be published at the official launch of the call
D) APPLICATION FORM, GUIDELINES AND OTHER DOCUMENTS
- Application Form - PDF (content part)
- Application Form - Excel (financial part)
SUPPORT FROM DTP JOINT SECRETARIAT
DTP applicants will have the possibility to individually consult with the Joint Secretariat on their project ideas before and during the launch of the call. Project ideas being at an early stage of development are recommended to first address their respective National Contact Point for general advice and information.
A consultation can only be requested by email including a written project outline based on a pre-defined DTP Concept Note. Additionally, applicants are requested to highlight the main questions to be answered by the Joint Secretariat. The JS will provide a feedback as soon as possible, not later than a week from the request.
The requests for project consultation not based on the official DTP Concept Note template will not be considered.
For requesting an individual consultation, applicants have to contact the thematic JS Project Officer responsible for their project topic (the contact details of the JS can be found on the programme website) or the general DTP email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bilateral on-site consultations can be requested to the thematic Project Officer in the premises of the Joint Secretariat. They are limited to 30 minutes and can be requested only once for each project. They can only be requested by email including a written project outline based on a pre-defined DTP Concept Note. Additionally, applicants will be requested to highlight the main questions to be discussed with the Joint Secretariat.
In order to allow a realistic timeframe for adjustments, no on-site project consultation are organised in the last week before the closure of a given Call for Proposal. This limitation is not affecting general or technical questions, for which the Joint Secretariat can be addressed at any time.
Support to potential applicants at national level is provided as well by the DTP National Contact Points. They plan to organise several Info Days regarding the second call for proposals. The location and dates of those events will be announced in the DTP website.
For the purpose of supporting the Applicants in self-assessing their financial viability the JS developed an excel-based tool. This tool was not mandatory as the financial viability will only be assessed by the JS based on a self declaration.
LINK TO THE EUSDR
In order to ease the applicants in finding relevant information concerning the EUSDR (in addition to the targets based on the action plan), the Joint Secretariat offers the possibility to directly link from the DTP programme website to the latest progress reports from the EUSDR Priority Areas: http://www.danube-region.eu/about/progress-reports.
EUSDR Targets and Actions (version May 2016) Download
Information on the control systems in the partner states of DTP (version February 2017)
Information on the national co-financing systems in the partner states of DTP (version February 2017)