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Present status of operational programmes 2014-20department for Economic planningMinistry for national economy
information on the present status of ops
information on the present status of ops
  • System of rules of theeudevelopment policy 2014-2020

State Secretariat

for Planning


  • 1
  • 3
  • 2
  • Tasks
  • Responsibilities

Critical issuesdemarcation

among funds & OP\'s

objectives & financial allocation

eligible activities

target groups & beneficiaries

Formal Check

representing the Hungarian mandate

compliance with regulations

synergy with national & EU strategies

methodological support for planners

Policy making

financial planning, indicators,

ex ante evaluations, GAP analysis

Implementing institutional system

territorial and horizontal issues

  • Planning Support Committee

Planning working groups

information on the present status of ops

  • Operational Programme
  • Institutional background of programme planning

information on the present status of ops

Distribution of EU Funds in 2014-2020


informationonthepresent status of ediop

Actors of the economy according to the programme approach


informationonthepresent status of ediop

Main opportunities of enterprises in making progress

Improving the quality and range of operational factors – the workforce, investment, infrastructure, technology, natural and cultural resources, important to enterprises should increase and accessibility to them should improve.

Strengthening of economic cooperation – the number and importance of cooperation actions for market building, cooperation between enterprises and purchase systems should increase.

Removal of the barriers of competitiveness – it should be easier for enterprises to swap the mode of operation and to appear on international markets.

priority axes of ediop

informationonthepresent status of edioP

Priorityaxes of ediop

Empl., training

  • Modern business infrastructure
  • Entrepreneurialculture
  • Emergence of corporatenetworks and market entry
  • Development of R&I infrastructure and capacity
  • EntrepreneurialR&I
  • StrategicR&I cooperations
  • Competitive ICT sector
  • Digital economy
  • Digital convergence
  • Broadbandnetworks and access
  • Energyefficiency and renewable energy
  • Employmentprogrammes
  • Access totraineeships
  • Workplaceflexibility
  • Training and retraining
  • Preserve and protect natural and cultural heritage






Financial instruments


information on the present status of hrdop

Social closing up

  • Health development and prevention
  • Increasing the number with tertiary or equivalent education
  • Strengthening supply in human institutions
  • Strengthening the social role of the family,
  • and social solidarity
  • Quality development of primary and secondary education

Main aims of hrdop in 2014-2020


information on the present status of HRdop

63,5% of OP financed by ESF,

36,5% of OP financed by ERDF

  • 53,2% of OP is allocated onTO9
  • Decreasing number of indigents
  • 46,8% of OP is allocated onTO10
  • Decreasing number of early school leavers
priority axes of hrdop

information on the present status of HRdoP

Priority axes of HRdop




Finan. instr.



  • Active cooperation,
  • Integration of marginalized communities,
  • Access to high quality services, promotion of solidarity economy
  • TO9.i, 9.ii, 9.iv, 9.v
  • 32,27%, ESF
  • Health and social infrastructure,
  • Regeneration of deprived communities,
  • TO9.a, 9.b
  • 19,62% ERDF
  • Reintegration into education and training – primary and secondary education,
  • Developing tertiary and equivalent education,
  • Enhancing access to lifelong learning
  • TO10.i, 10.ii, 10.iii
  • 29,91% ESF
  • Developing education and training infrastructure
  • TO10.a
  • 16,86% ERDF
  • Social inclusion,
  • Social innovation
  • TO9.ii, 10.ii
  • 1,34% ESF



Infra invest.


information on the present status of eeeop

Promoting low carbon economy

  • Adaptation to climate change
  • Contribution to the EU strategy: Adaptation to the impacts of climate change
  • Contribution to Resource efficient Europe intitiative
  • EU2020 target:
  • GHG reduction by 20% (1990),
  • Increasing share of renewables to 20%
  • Environment protection and resource efficiency

Main aims of eeeop in 2014-2020


information on the present status of eeeop

Horizontal aim 1: Prevention and reduction of unfavourable impacts of climate change

  • Horizontal aim 4: Healthy and sustanable environment

Horizontal aim 3: Prevention and reduction of contamination

Horizontal aim 2: Improving efficiency of resource utilization

priority axes of eeeop

information on the present status of eeeoP

Priority axes of eeeop

Energy eff and renew.

Waste water man.

Adapt. to climate ch

Dev. natural env.

Waste man.

  • Adaptation to climate change, prevention of natural disasters,
  • Higher quality disaster recovery
  • TO5i, 5ii
  • CF, 27,61%
  • Settlement water supply and waste water maangement
  • TO6ii
  • CF, 32,86%
  • Waste management and decontamination
  • TO6i, 6iv
  • CF, 10,57%
  • Developing the natural environment and protecting biodiversity
  • TO6d
  • ERDF, 2,67%
  • Energy efficiency and renewable energy
  • TO4i, 4iii, 4iv
  • CF, 26,28%

information on the present status of itop

Implementation of management instruments

  • Passanger train carriage change programme
  • Development of missing TEN-T elements
  • Transport security actions
  • Rail interchange and station development

Main instruments of National Transport strategy implemented by itop


information on the present status of itop

2/3 is allocated on rail and water transport

  • CF 82,7%
  • ERDF 17,3%

26% on TEN-T road development (previously 42%)

Half is allocated on urban and suburban transport development

Allocations of itop and european network financing instrument

priority axes of itop

information on the present status of itoP

Priority axes of itop

Secondary and tertiary

Urban transport


  • TEN-T development on highways
  • TO7i
  • CF, 26,42%
  • Rail and water transport – TEN-T development
  • TO7i
  • CF, 38,54%
  • Improvement of intermodal connections for passenger transportation
  • TO7c
  • ERDF, 5,04%
  • Development of suburban rail and urban transportation
  • TO7ii
  • CF, 17,71%
  • Development of secondary and terciary road network connecting to TEN-T
  • Reducing oil dependency of transport system
  • TO7b, 7c
  • ERDF, 12,29%




information on the present status of top

Main aim of TOP: spatial, decentralized economic development, increasing employment

  • Territorial programme packages – aligned developments on county, city with county status and district level
  • Development policy aim II: Enterprise friendly urban development keeping population level
  • Resources for local governments, local governmental economic and urban developments
  • Development policy aim I: Ensuring local conditions for economic development and increasment of employment

information on the present status of top

Decentralized model with county coordination

  • Integrated terr. dev: Integrated economic development programme of counties, integr. urban development programme of cities, project dossier of districts, CLLDs

87,7% ERDF,

12,3% ESF

Contributing to 60% economic dev.

County: middle level of planning and programming: identification of development options, programming, monitoring of implementation

Territorial and policy coordination, territorial and sectoral alignment

Implementation model of TOP

priority axes of top

information on the present status of toP

Priority axes of top

Low carbon ec.

Settle-ment dev.

Local empl.

Ec. dev.

Social coop.

  • Local economic development based on endogenous potentials,
  • Local development initiatives
  • TO8b, 8c
  • ERDF 38,73%
  • Local development of cultural and natural resources,
  • Attractive urban environment
  • TO6c, 6e
  • ERDF 18,45%
  • Energy efficiency and increasement of renewables with local governments
  • TO4c, 4e
  • ERDF 19,62%
  • Access to local public services,
  • Development of deprived urban areas
  • TO 9a, 9b
  • ERDF 7,71%
  • Increasing cohesion in urban communities,
  • Infrastructure and content development
  • TO9d, 9vi
  • ERDF 2,87%
  • ESF 1,42%
  • Improving local employability,
  • Increasing social activity and social cohesion
  • TO8i, 9i
  • ESF 11,2%



information on the present status of cchop

Smart and sustainable regional economic development

  • Development of social environment contributing to increasement of employment
  • Development of public infrastrucutre contributing to competitiveness and social cooperation

ERDF 68,15%

ESF 31,85%

Strategic goals of cchOP


information on the present status of cchop

Pest county and Budapest: county and capital level coordination

  • identification of development projects, programming, monitoring of implementation

Identification of integrated territorial programmes, programming, implementation and monitoring of implementation

Local, territorial specificities, endogenous potentials,

middle level of planning and programming

Local Government of Budapest, Local Government of Pest county – key actors

Implementation model of cchOP

priority axes of cchop

information on the present status of cchoP

Priority axes of cchop

Social cohe-sion

Low carbon ec.

Social coop.

Ec. dev.

  • Strenghtening knowledge centers,
  • Business R+I and cooperations,
  • SME development in Pest county,
  • SME development to grow in international markets
  • TO1a, 1b, 3c, 3d
  • ERDF 21,8%
  • Business investment in R+I,
  • SME development
  • TO1b, 3c
  • ERDF 9,5%
  • Energy efficiency of local governments,
  • Reduction of CO2 of public transport, and sustainable transport chains
  • TO4c
  • ERDF 21,8%
  • Supporting employment of women with children,
  • Increasing social cohesion
  • TO8c, 9b, 9d
  • ERDF 15,05%
  • Strenghtening social cooperation,
  • High quality human public services,
  • Educational and training systems
  • TO9ii, 9iv, 10i
  • ESF 13,7%
  • Labour market integration,
  • Social cohesion
  • Improving the labour market relevance of education and training,
  • TO8i, 8ii, 8v, 10iii, 10iv
  • ESF 18,15%

Local empl.



information on the present status of papsdop

Public administration development

  • Public service development
  • Technical assistance

Strategic goals of papsdOP


information on the present status of papsdop

Reducing administrative burdens, increasing transparency

  • Development of
  • E-public administration

Development of territorial public administration infrastructure

Development of customer service infrastructure

Service oriented, client friendly public administration

Development needs

priority axes of papsdop

information on the present status of papsdoP

Priority axes of papsdop

Infra of public services

HR of public services

ICT dev. of PA

HR dev. of PA

  • Client-oriented public administration,
  • Competent public administration staff
  • TO11i
  • ESF 34,39%
  • ICT based public administration
  • TO2c
  • ERDF 23,52%
  • Strengthening innovation of human public services
  • TO11ii
  • ESF, 11,76%
  • Infrastructure development of public services
  • TO11a
  • ERDF, 7,62%
  • Technical assistance
  • CF 22,7%