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Strategic report. Progres

Edite Evere

Strategic Planning DivisionEU Funds Strategy Department

Strategic reportProgress made in preparation and time frame

  • Member State

    • Council 2006-07-11 Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006Article 29.2. and 29.3.

  • EC

    • Council 2006-07-11 Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006Article 30.2. and 30.3

  • Experience in the framework of Cohesion policy occurring for the first time

Strategic reportProgress made in preparation and time frame

  • 2009-09-01: Information inquiry sent to institutions involved in EU Funds management

  • 2009-09-18: Information received in the Managing Authority, structure of the report developed

  • 2009-10-28: Evaluation workinggroup meeting (indicators)

  • 2009-11-17: Informationreview, clarification, drafting of the report, meetings

  • 2009-11-17: MC written procedure

  • 2009-12-18: Sending the report to the EC

Strategic report. Indicators

Imants Tiesnieks

EU Funds Strategy Department

Reasons for a review of indicators

  • The indicators usedin the programmes donot fully demonstrate the impact of funds in a broader sense.

  • The current targets of the macroeconomic and impact indicators are not achievable/valid

  • Requests to demonstrate the efforts for the economic stabilisation

  • Ensuring a link between strategic objectives and the result indicators

  • Transposition of the EC Core indicators: commentary of by the EC on the recent developments of SFC (to be discussed when possible)

Broader impact of funds needs to be presented

Definition – impact indicators refer to the consequences of the programme beyond the immediate effects.

In the programmes at present:

  • Only selected priorities/measures have impact indicators

    For example, education, entrepreneurship, transport, environment

  • More quantitative impact is demonstrated, less quality change

    For example, number of Phd’s is mentioned, not their competitiveness

    On transport priority, the impact could be also represented by the number of traffic accidents

  • It is possible also to interpret the current indicators broader

2. Macroeconomic indicators and the economic crisis

  • Macroeconomic indicators:

    • GDP and employment forecasts are outdated

  • The limits of the use of Macroeconomic indicators

    • Significant structural transformations of the economy and uncertainty about the development of the baseline forecasts

    • Macroeconomic forecasting is based on broad economic categories and larger sectors, not taking into account the content of the programmes

Proposals on additional indicators

  • The elaboration of impact indicators:

    1.1. Ministries to design 1-3 indicators for each sector, according to:

    • Financial relevance: Indicators are chosen primarily according to the financial size of the programmes

    • Thematic relevance: a) Providing better coverage of measures

      b) Including indicators for innovative measures, pilot projects and indicators for decision taking

      1.2. Type of indicators: both quantitative and qualitative change is important when aiming at objective, i.e.,various analytical comparisons

Design of impact indicators by sector

Proposals on additional indicators

2. Macroeconomic indicators:

– MoFwill prepare a proposal on update of macroeconomic indicators


1.Ministries are submitting indicators to the Ministry of Finance ( until October 23, 2009

2. Discussions and agreement on the list of indicators on October 28, 2009

3. Indicators are included in the Strategic Report

Guidelines on the use of indicators

  • DG Regional policy, Indicative Guidelines on Evaluation Methods: Monitoring and Evaluation Indicators, Working Doc.No.2, 2006

  • Evalsed manual

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