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TEN-T Executive
Agency and
Project
Management
Anna LIVIERATOU-TOLL
TEN-T Executive Agency
Senior Programme and Policy Coordinator
European Economic and Social Committee
26 April 2011
Structure
• Part 1
– TEN-T EA : mandate and tasks
• Part 2
– TEN-T EA : projects evaluation and
management
• Part 3
– Statistics
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Our mandate and tasks
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Manage and execute the TEN-T budget according to EU political
priorities
Follow-up the TEN-T projects - technical and financial
implementation - all transport sectors and Member States (350
projects in total, 289 from the current Financial Perspective - €8.013
billion)
Monitor TEN-T project implementation; carry out Programme
reviews; prepare recommendations to the Commission
Promote the Programme; raise visibility of EU support
Promote the project results at national/regional levels
Ensure co-ordination of EU funds with other instruments and
institutional partners
Provide specific expertise to project promoters
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Organigramme
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Repartition of Tasks
Commission (DG MOVE)
Executive Agency (TEN-T EA)
defines the policy
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Makes all TEN-T programming decisions
Defines strategy, objectives and priority
areas of action
Selects the projects for co-financing and
adopts the financing Decisions
Monitors the Agency
Evaluates the TEN-T programme and the
Agency’s performance
turns policy into action
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Follows up the technical and financial
implementation of the TEN-T projects
Manages the entire project lifecycle
Executes the TEN-T budget
Gives feedback, assistance and
reports to the Commission
Provides administrative support to the
beneficiaries of TEN-T financing
Coordinates with other Commission
services, programmes, Institutions
and financial instruments
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Part 2
TEN-T EA : Projects evaluation and
management
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Evaluation by the TEN-T EA…
TEN-T EA is responsible for:
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checking the eligibility of the proposals:
- arrived on time, are complete, signed by the applicant,
approved by the Member State…
- in compliance with EU legislation (environment…), applicants
have the financial and technical capacity to carry out the
project…
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conducting the external evaluation:
- all proposals are reviewed independently by at least three
external experts
- the external experts meet in a "consensus meeting" to reach a
consensus recommendation and score for each proposal
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… selection by DG MOVE
DG MOVE is responsible for the:
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final selection of proposals (with the assistance of the TENT EA), based on the:
- recommendations of the external evaluation
- available budget, strategic objectives of the calls and the
policy relevance of the proposals
consultation of other EU services (DG Environment, DG
REGIO…)
consultation of:
- Financial Assistance Committee (Member States)
- European Parliament (one month right of scrutiny)
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External experts – their role
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Conduct an in-depth technical and impartial
evaluation of proposals submitted
Check that proposals address the objectives
and priorities defined in the work programmes
and calls for proposals
Award, for each criterion, a score on a sixpoint scale from 0 to 5
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External experts – our expectations
• High professionnal standards
• Fairness and impartiality
• Equal treatment
• Transparency
• Efficiency and speed
• Confidentiality
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External evaluation - Objectives
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Provide in-depth technical advice on the
proposals submitted by the Member
States
Check that proposals address the
objectives and priorities defined in the
work programmes and calls for
proposals
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External evaluation - Principles
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Objectivity: each proposal shall be
evaluated as it is written
Accuracy: make a judgment against the
official award criteria, and nothing else
Consistency: apply the same standard
of judgment to each proposal
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External evaluation- Criteria
1. Relevance: contribution of the Action to the TEN-T policy
and the objectives of the calls, and EU dimension
2. Maturity of the Action: is the Action ready to go?
3. Impact of the Action: anticipated socio-economic effects
and impact on the environment
4. Quality of the Action: completeness and clarity of the
proposal, description of the planned activities,
coherence between objectives, activities and planned
resources, soundness of the project management
process
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External evaluation
Steps and outcome
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Step 1. Individual assessment
Step 2. Consensus meetings – Scoring proposals
from 0 to 5
Outcome: experts will not recommend for funding
proposals scoring <3 points for one or more of the
four blocks of criteria
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Projects follow-up
methods and tools (1)
• Commission Decision
• Strategic Action Plan (SAP)
• Action Status Report (ASR)
• Final report
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Projects follow-up
methods and tools (2)
• Site visits
• Regular contacts with beneficiaries
• Communication Strategy
• TENtec
• Knowledge based management
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Part 3
Statistics
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TEN-T Financing needs (20072013)
National funding
13%
13%
56%
TEN-T budget
EIB loans for TEN-T
project
16%
Structural/Cohesion funds
for TEN-T
Financing gap
2%
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Financing needs-Initiatives
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The current challenge – to improve/complete the existing network
so it connects all of Europe’s regions
Finance is needed from public (EU, National and regional
governments) and private (financial institutions and corporate)
sources to fill the financing gap.
EU has developed innovative financial instruments (LGTT, Project
Bonds) and taken a more active role in promoting and offering
expertise on PPPs
EU support (EC Services, TEN-T EA, EIB, EPEC) from a PPP
Coordination Framework and Project Pipeline to assist in
identifying/screening of projects for PPP potential, and PPP
procurement procedures.
The EU Project Bond initiative can help infrastructure project
promoters enhance the credit quality of their senior debt = more
competitive pricing for financing.
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Budget sources in TEN-T
portfolio
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Modal Split (2007-2009) in budget
Airport
1%
0%
5%
61%
ATM
6%
6%
3%
ERTMS
3%
Galileo
9%
ITS
5%
IWW
1%
MOS
Multimodal
0%
Port
Rail
RIS
Road
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Number of Projects submitted
and selected by call (2007-2009)
350
48%
300
Number of projects
250
200
Submitted
150
100
Selected
47%
47%
34%
39%
Annual 2009
EERP
50
0
Annual 2007
Annual 2008
MAP Total
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Funding submitted and selected
by call (2007-2009)
18,000
41%
16,000
14,000
€ million
12,000
10,000
Submitted Support
8,000
Selected Support
6,000
4,000
2,000
12%
23%
22%
24%
Annual 2009
EERP
Annual 2007
Annual 2008
MAP Total
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Number of Projects Submitted and Selected by
Member State Group (2007-2009)
600
41%
Number of projects
500
400
Submitted
300
Selected
200
48%
61%
100
0
EU-15
EU-12
EU-wide
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Funding submitted and selected
by Member State Group
16,000
14,000
22%
12,000
€ million
10,000
Submitted
Support
8,000
80%
6,000
Selected
Support
4,000
31%
2,000
EU-15
EU-12
EU-wide
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Thank you
[email protected]
http://tentea.ec.europa.eu
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