Presentation on theme: "Prague, 03. 10. 2006. Operational Programmes aimed at innovation in the new EU Member States, and the implementation of Lisbon Agenda Dr. Csaba Novák Director."— Presentation transcript:
Prague, 03. 10. 2006. Operational Programmes aimed at innovation in the new EU Member States, and the implementation of Lisbon Agenda Dr. Csaba Novák Director of Managing Authority for ECOP, Hungary
I. National Development Plan (2004-2006) Operational Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development Human Resources Development Operational Programme Operational Programme for Regional Development Environmental Protection and Infrastructure Operational Programme Economic Competitiveness Operational Programme Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
Economic Competitiveness Operational Programme 2004-2006 Priorities: 1. Investment promotion; 2. Development of small and medium-sized enterprises; 3. Research & development, innovation; 4. Information society and economy development. Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
The result of lunched applications (By the date of 15.09.2006.) The number of registered applications is nearing the 21 000,the required state grant (involved in the registered applications) is more than EUR 1 313 Million; The amount of MA supported state grants is nearing the EUR 607 Million, the total cost of the MA approved project is more than 1 262 Million; The number of contracted candidates is nearing the 8 400, the contracted amount is more than EUR 523 Million; The total payment is over the EUR 234 Million. Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
State of Play I. (By the date of 15.09.2006.) Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
State of Play II. (By the date of 15.09.2006.) Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
3. Priority: Research & development, innovation – Measures (2004-2006) 3.1. Support of application-oriented co-operative research and technology development activities 3.1.1 Co-operative industrial research near completion 3.2. Improvement of the conditions of research, technology transfer and co-operation at publicly financed and non- profit research facilities 3.2.1 Development of the research infrastructure of publicly financed research facilities 3.2.2 Support of partnerships and building of networks promoting technology transfer and co- operation between companies and publicly financed research facilities 3.3. Reinforcement of corporate R&D capacities and innovation skills 3.3.1 Support of the innovation tasks of new, technology and knowledge-intensive micro-enterprises and spin-off companies 3.3.2 Development of corporate research infrastructure related to the creation of new research places 3.3.3 Promotion of corporate innovation Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
Special Features of R+D priority Beneficiaries: - Universities, Research institutions 60% - SMEs 40% Beneficiaries regularly apply for grants Complex projects are hard to execute (multi-player projects, diversified administration) Non-profits aren’t effective enough as project-leaders Bridging the gap between the academic and the private sector High portion advance payment in the project financing Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
Allocation of grants – R&D and Innovation (2004-2006) The allocation reflects the location of universities and research institutes. Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
Main objectives of EDOP 2007-2013 Exploitation of R+D results Promote the closer cooperation of business and public sector Technology and knowledge transfer Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
EDOP 2007-2013 Planned budget: EUR 2,1 – 3,3 billion Planned priorities in EDOP: 1. R+D and innovation for the competitiveness; 2. The development of competitiveness of the enterprises (SME) 3. Development of Information Society and business environment development; 4. Financial instruments. Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
EDOP 2007-2013 Planned measures and components of R+D and Innovation Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
EDOP 2007-2013 Main principle of the performance Setting up a Central Intermediate Body within the Hungarian Development Bank Group; Simpler IT system and processing; Higher portion of the refundable financing instruments; Reducing the required collaterals( from the applicants) to reasonable level. Prague, 03. 10. 2006.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Prague, 03. 10. 2006.