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1 1 NEGOTIATION OF THE MFF PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT OPERATIONAL PROGRAMMES APRIL 2015

2 2 NEGOTIATION OF THE MFF NEGOTIATION OF THE MFF

3 GLOBAL RESULT: TOTAL

4 RESULTADO GLOBAL: RUBRICAS GLOBAL RESULT: TOTAL BY HEADING

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6 NEGOTIATION PROCESS (1)

7 NEGOTIATION PROCESS (2)

8 EUROPEAN STRUCTURAL AND INVESTMENT FUNDS-SPAIN

9 MFF NEGOTIATIONS: CONCLUSIONS Along the negotiations, Spain has improved its allocation in Cohesion Policy compared to the initial proposal of the Commission. Specially due to YEI. CAP: in nominal terms, the financial allocations do not vary compared to the present period. Also, there is an additional allocation in EARDF for Spain of 500 M€. The reduction in other headings, as well as the modifications included in the budget’s revenue side, have improved considerably the net result and net balance for Spain in the next programming period.

10 MID TERM REVIEW In 2016 the Commission will revise the financial allocations to MMSS under the Cohesion Policy in the “Investment for Growth and Jobs Objective”. Using more recent statistics available at that moment: comparing GDP data observed in with GDP in 2012 The Commission will adjust the financial allocations to those MMSS in which the accumulated difference exceeds +/- 5 %. The net effect of these adjustments will not exceed million €.

11 FINANCIAL ALLOCATIONS Spain: million € ERDF, ESF, EARDF FOR : o million € ERDF. o million € ESF. o million € EARDF. o million € EMFF o 643 M€ Territorial Cooperation Including 943 million € of the YEI added to ESF.

12 NEW PROGRAMMING PERIOD NEW PROGRAMMING PERIOD

13 MULTIANNUAL FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK: COHESION POLICY 13 Headline 1b – Economic, social and territorial cohesion COHESION POLICY: total financial allocations 1. Investment for growth and jobs 330 M€: Innovative actions (sustainable urban development) 330 M€: Innovative actions (sustainable urban development)

14 14 Headline 1b – Economic, social and territorial cohesion COHESION POLICY: total financial allocations 2. European territorial cooperation MARCO FINANCIERO PLURIANUAL: POLÍTICA DE COHESIÓN

15 15 WHERE DO WE COME FROM?

16 16 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC COHESION : EVOLUTION 16

17 HOW WILL ESI FUNDS BE ALLOCATED?

18 18 CATEGORIES OF REGIONS AND COFINANCING RATES

19 19 COFINANCING RATES

20 WHY REFORMING COHESION POLICY? Stronger focus on results Maximize the impact of the Funds To respond to these challenges: Cohesion Policy has been revised and modified for the next period Achieve EU2020 objectives: smart, sustainable and inclusive growth

21 PROGRAMMING STRUCTURE 21 Developed by the Commission Defines strategic priorities and territorial challenges in coherence with EU2020 Similar to NSRF Developed by each MS Translates the elements of CSF to the national context Describes the national strategy aimed at achieving the Union objectives through the ESI Funds CSF and PA will be implemented through operational programs Developed in close collaboration with partners (partnership principle) Contrato de Asociación Programas Operativos Contrato de Asociación Programas Operativos Contrato de Asociación Operational Programs Partnership Agreement Common Strategic Framework

22 SHCEDULE 22 December 20th 2013 Regulations approved December 20th 2013 Regulations approved (+4 months) Abril 22nd 2013 PA and OPs Abril 22nd 2013 PA and OPs July 22nd 2014 OPs + Ex Ante Eval + RIS 3 July 22nd 2014 OPs + Ex Ante Eval + RIS 3 (+3 months) (+6 months) December 2014 February 2015 July 2015 POs approved y the COM December 2014 February 2015 July 2015 POs approved y the COM October 30th 2014 PA approved by the COM October 30th 2014 PA approved by the COM

23 NEW ELEMENTS IN COHESION POLICY THEMATIC OBJECTIVES Investment priorities Specific objectives (to be defined by each MMSS) THEMATIC CONCENTRATION ERDF-ESF LOW CARBON ECONOMY (LCE) R&D&I, ICT, SMEs, LCE 5% Integrated Sustainable Urban Development FOCUS ON RESULTS Performance reserve Performance framework EX ANTE CONDITIONALITY PRIVATE EXPENDITURE

24 THEMATIC OBJECTIVES AND THEMATIC CONCENTRATION 24

25 ERDFESFTHEMATIC OBJECTIVE 1)R&D&innovation 2)ICT 3)SMEs 4) Low Carbon Economy 5) Climate change and risk prevention 6) Environment and efficiency in consumption of resources 7) Transport 8) Employment 9) Social inclusion, poverty and non discrimination 10) Education 11) Institutional capacity THEMATIC OBJECTIVES 25

26 26 CATEGORIES OF REGIONS AND THEMATIC CONCENTRATION

27 27 TOTALREGIONSCENTRAL ADMLOCAL Less developed regions and outermost regions R&D&i, ICT, SMEs and LCE 50% 45%55,3% 50% LCE 12% 4%9% 50% Transition regions, former convergence regions and former phasing out R&D&i, ICT, SMEs and LCE 60% 55%66% 50% LCE 15% 6%16,9% 50% More developed regions not included before R&D&i, ICT, SMEs and LCE 80% 75%93,6% 50% LCE 20% 9%32,5% 50% THEMATIC CONCENTRATION

28 28 LOW CARBON ECONOMY Less developed and outermost Transition and ex convergence More developedTOTAL Regional OPs 4,410,714,611,1 Multi-regional OPs 29,221,628,924,6 Spain 17,516,521,018,0 Minimum share ,9 I+D+i TIC PYMEs EBC Less developed and outermost Transition and ex convergence More developedTOTAL Regional OPs 55,557,684,265,8 Multi-regional OPs 56,264,586,268,7 Spain 56,061,385,167,3 Minimum share ,9

29 SHIFT IN THEMATIC PRIORITIES 29

30 THE PROGRAMMING PROCESS OF THE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT 30

31 PROGRAMMING PROCESS Funds Coordination Group (ERDF, ESF, EARDF, EMFF) Funds Coordination Group (ERDF, ESF, EARDF, EMFF) Development of PA Synergies among ESI Funds: during programming and execution Analysis of management structure (authorities…) Synergies among ESI Funds and other EU policies and instruments: Synergies among ESI Funds and other EU policies and instruments: i.e. R&D&innovation – Horizon 2020, COSME Workinggroup Working group : monitoring, evaluation and indicators Workinggroup Working group : information systems

32 PROGRAMMING PROCESS ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES AND SWOT ANALYSIS INTERVENTION PROPOSALS SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES RESULTS Indicators, milestones, targets MINISTRIES REGIONS ESI FUNDS PARTNERS EU2020 CSRs Spain Position paper Atlantic Strategy

33 PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT 1. INTRODUCTION 2. SOCIOECONOMIC CONTEXT 3. GENERAL ISSUES 4. ANALISIS BY THEMATIC OBJECTIVES 5. OUTERMOST REGION: CANARY ISLANDS 6. MAIN RESULTS OF EX ANTE EVALUATION OF PA 7. SELECTED THEMATIC OBJECTIVES AND EXPECTED RESULTS 8. FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM EU AT NATIONAL LEVEL 9. HORIZONTAL PRINCIPLES AND POLICY OBJECTIVES 10. LIST OF PROGRAMMES AND INDICATIVE ALLOCATION BY FUND AND YEAR 11. COORDINATION AMONG ESI FUNDS AND WITH OTHER EU INSTRUMENTS 12. SUMMARY OF THE FULFILLMENT OF EAC 13. PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK 14. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY 15. REDUCTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN 16. INTEGRATED APPROACH IN THE USE OF ESI FUNDS 17. ELECTRONIC DATA EXCHANGE

34 DEVELOPMENT OF PA 1. EAC 1. EAC: Complete revision at national level. Single document. Identifying responsible bodies at national or regional level. 2. Context analysis for all 2. Context analysis for all TOs. Definition of specific objectives. partnership principle the European Code of Conduct 3. Implementation of partnership principle in line with the European Code of Conduct. : Integrated Urban Development 4. Definition of the participation of Local Entities: Integrated Urban Development ITIsCLLD 5. Use of ITIs and CLLD 34

35 ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY THEMATIC OBJECTIVE ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY THEMATIC OBJECTIVE 35

36 ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY TO ANALISIS OF DISPARITIES IN OT1: R&D&I 1. Quantitative analysis 2. Distance to EU2020 objectives 3. NRP SWOT Analysis 5. Intervention proposals 6. Investment priorities and specific objectives

37 1. Quantitative Analysis at EU level ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY TO

38 2. Distance to EU 2020 objectives ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY TO

39 3. R&D&innovation in the NRP 2013 Foster knowledge and excellence and the participation of the private sector, especially SMEs in the R&D&innovation system Actions National Agency for R&D National Strategy of Science, Technology and innovation ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY TO

40 ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY TO SWOT ANALYSIS

41 4. Intervention proposals Spain: moderate innovator: must reinforce its innovation system Increase R&D investment: in order to increase competitiveness Increase participation of the private sector in R&D Promote R&D actions to respond to societal challenges. Promote innovative public procurement. Improve infrastructures and capacities of R&D (especially ESFRI and ICTs) Technology transfer public-private sectors ANALYSIS OF DISPARITIES BY TO

42 THEMATIC OBJECTIVE INVESTMENT PRIORITY SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE TO1. R&D PI1. Promote private R&D investment SO. R&D actions to respond to societal challenges result indicator Necessary to define one result indicator for each SO. Must be coherent with output indicators and financial allocations of each SO.

43 PROGRAMMING: STRUCTURE AND INTERNAL LOGIC PROGRAMMING: STRUCTURE AND INTERNAL LOGIC 43

44 PROGRAMMING CYCLE AXIS Thematic Objectives Investment priorities Specific Objectives Regulations MS

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47 47 TERRITORIAL CHALLENGES

48 INTEGRATED TERRITORIAL INVESTMENTS (ITIS) A territorial approach in PA and OPs is required by the regulations. Not only a sectorial approach Tools like ITIs can be used by MMSS on a voluntary basis. Based on an integrated territorial strategy. Can be applied to any territory inside a region or including several regions. It includes resources of at least 2 priority axis, one or several funds (also including EARDF and EMFF).

49 MAIN PRIORITIES AND OPERATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR MAIN PRIORITIES AND OPERATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR

50 TO1: R&D&i  million €: will be applied to the National Strategy of R&D&I at national level and to the RIS3 strategies at regional level. TO2: ICT  million €: Digital Agenda of Spain. In particular to Next Generation Access Networks (>30 Mbps, >100 Mbps) and to projects which improve the digital economy in Spain: e-Government, e-Administration, e- Health, e-Education, as well as projects to improve competitiveness of enterprises. ERDF: MAIN PRIORITIES

51 TO3: SMEs  million € to promote internationalization of SMEs and improve their access to finance. Promotion of entrepreneurship in line with the new Law 14/2013 for entrepreneurs and internationalization. 800 million € will be dedicated to the “SME Initiative”, a centralized financial instrument managed by the Commission and the EIB. Both the central administration and the regions will take part in this OP. ERDF: MAIN PRIORITIES

52 TO4: LCE  million € Projects aimed at improving energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions in all sectors (public buildings, industry and housing sector), and reducing Spain’s energy dependence. Specially in urban areas. ERDF: MAIN PRIORITIES These TOs (1 to 4) represent the majority of ERDF resources (due to thematic concentration)  approx. 63% of the total at national level.

53 TO6: Environment  million € to promote environmental protection and water treatment projects in order to fulfill the Water Directive. TO7: Transport  million €: Trans European Network projects, to eliminate bottlenecks in main corridors. Railway projects mainly. ERDF: MAIN PRIORITIES

54 54 Allocation by TOTOTAL ERDF PROGRAMS TO 1. R&D&INNOVATION TO 2. ICT TO 3. SME TO 4. LCE TO 5. CLIMATE CHANGE AND RISK PREVENTION TO 6. ENVIRONMENT TO 7. TRANSPORT TO 8. EMPLOYMENT TO 9. SOCIAL INCLUSION TO 10. EDUCATION TO 11. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY- TO 12. SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO 12.4 URBAN DEVELOPMENT UNDER TO INTEGRATED URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO13. OUTERMOST REGIONS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TOTAL FINANCIAL ALLOCATION BY TO (ERDF PROGRAMS)

55 TO8: Employment  million € to face the main problem in Spain: unemployment, specially youth unemployment. In this objective 943 M€ will be assigned from the YEI, and an identical amount will be allocated from ESF. In total M€. TO9: Social Inclusion  million € to promote social inclusion, combat poverty and discrimination. TO10: Education  million € to promote education and training. ESF: MAIN PRIORITIES

56 56 Allocation by TOTOTAL ESF PROGRAMS TO 1. R&D&INNOVATION TO 2. ICT TO 3. SME TO 4. LCE TO 5. CLIMATE CHANGE AND RISK PREVENTION TO 6. ENVIRONMENT TO 7. TRANSPORT TO 8. EMPLOYMENT TO 9. SOCIAL INCLUSION TO 10. EDUCATION TO 11. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY TO 12. SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO 12.4 URBAN DEVELOPMENT UNDER TO4 INTEGRATED URBAN DEVELOPMENT TO13. OUTERMOST REGIONS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TOTAL (MDP Fund and YEI not included) FINANCIAL ALLOCATION BY TO (ESF PROGRAMS)

57 REGIONAL OPS AND NATIONAL OPS 57 NºOPERATIONAL PROGRAM SCOPETHEMATIC OBJECTIVES 1 Smart growth NationalR&D (1), ICT(2), SMEs (3) 1 Sustainable growth National LCE (4), Environment (6), Transport (7), Urban Development (12) 19Regional OPsRegional All

58 OP SMART GROWTH 58 TOPRIORITIES 1 In line with the objectives defined in the National Strategy for Reseach, Development and Innovation : Investment in R&D infrastructure Public investment in R&D projects Private investment in R&D projects 2 In line with the priorities defined in the Spanish Digital Agenda: e-Government and e-public services Next generation access networks, in particular in rural areas 3 Internationalization of SMEs Access to finance SG IDi SETSI CDTI ICEX

59 OP SUSTAINABLE GROWTH 59 OTPriorities 6 In line with the priorities defined in the Water Treatment Directive : Projects in waste water treatment plants. The ones included under sanction projects 7 Projects to improve competitiveness and eliminate bottlenecks. Multi modal transport. Railway projects. 4 Investments to increase efficiency and reduce consumptions of the Spanish electric system: Connections between Iberian Peninsula and the islands. Improve the transport and distribution systems. Investments in order to comply with the Energy Efficiency Directive. 12 Integrated projects “URBAN”, which include several TOs, in which at least, 25% will finance LCE projects. Singular projects in LCE (not integrated). MAGRAMA FOMENTO IDAE

60 ERDF NATIONAL PROGRAMS FINANCIAL ALLOCATION PROGRAMFUNDTOTAL € OP Smart GrowthERDF OP Sustainable GrowthERDF OP SME InitiativeERDF TOTAL (National OPs)ERDF

61 Thank you ! “A way of making Europe” 61


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