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3. Subcontracting (1). Is considered as subcontracting: ‘Each cost of an activity which is not directly implemented by one of the beneficiaries’ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! an associated partner can be considered as a subcontractor, according to the nature of the expenses

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3 subcontracting 1
3. Subcontracting (1)
  • Is considered as subcontracting:

‘Each cost of an activity which is not directly implemented by one of the beneficiaries’

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! an associated partner can be considered as a subcontractor, according to the nature of the expenses

  • Is NOT considered as subcontracting= a cost related to:
  • artist fees, fees for speakers, fees for staff members of one of the beneficiary/ies organisation/s;
  • services provided by individuals who are self-employed and who are responsible for their own social security or social contribution, pensions or taxes (if invoiced through a company, the cost is considered as subcontracting);
  • work by a moderator / translator / technician / scientist in his/her private name (if invoiced through a company, the cost is considered as subcontracting);
  • services provided by a public body;
  • travel, local transport, subsistence costs (accommodation and daily rate);
  • purchase of equipment necessary for the activity (depreciation only).
  • highly specialised services, related to the artistic implementation of the project, that can only be provided by an external body, organisation or individual (relating to for example sound engineering, specialised moving companies, etc) accepted on a case by case basis by the Agency
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3. Subcontracting (2)

Restriction:

  • The total costs for subcontracting may not be more than 30% of the total direct eligible costs of the project.
  • Subcontracting shall concern only supporting activities. The co-beneficiary/ies remain responsible for the conception and the development of the project, the attainments of its objectives, the implementation of the work programme and the use of appropriate tools
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3. Subcontracting (3)

Conditions:

  • For contracts of a value over €60.000, national rules with regard to procurement apply.
  • Keep all documents related to the tendering procedure = must be included in the final report
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