State aid & procurement in infrastructural projects

June 14-16, 2017, Hilton Malta Hotel

Price: EUR 1,699 (incl VAT)

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Course Description

In the wake of mounting globalisation, political and socio-economic pressures, the EU is in a struggle to safeguard what it holds so dearly – the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital.  Competition rules, including state aid and public procurement regulations, lie at the heart of the European ideology, and are key for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth across the EU.

Certainly, the subjects of state aid and public procurement represent a tricky (if not scary) prospect for those involved in the management and control of EU-funded projects. In all fairness, that’s how we see them too!  They are viewed as legalistic, complex areas which require not only specific expertise and knowledge, but also a pinch of intuition of the European Commission’s mind!  Each project is a case on its own and the individual characteristics and solutions of one are not directly applicable to the other, especially with state aid.

This three-day workshop is designed exactly for those who manage and control operational programmes and infrastructural projects co-funded by the European Structural and Investment Funds and who would like to better understand state aid and public procurement without getting lost in the technicalities and complex jargon.  The language is plain and clear.  Our guest speaker, Mr Sandro Lauri from the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta, will share his experience on the most recent experience with the notification of State Aid on the new gas-fired power station of Malta (click here for more information), and also the experience on the application of the General Block Exemption Regulation on a major renewable energy project.  Like us, Mr Lauri speaks the language of the project implementer and not the lawyer or the economist.  So he knows how to bring all sides of state aid together to suit the needs of managers and officers at the Managing Authorities, Intermediate Bodies, Certifying Authorities, Audit Authorities, Beneficiaries and other relevant institutions.

Likewise, public procurement aspects are discussed in the most frank and straightforward manner, as is customary of our courses and workshops.  Our mission is to make everyone comfortable with the crucial principles of procurement and to apply them correctly in the various contexts presented by infrastructural projects.


Course Highlights

i. Introducing the different state aid regimes and providing an overview of the basic principles of state aid

ii. Understanding the state aid notification process

iii. Learning the logic behind state aid and how the European Commission interprets compatible and incompatible aid

iv. Applying the General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER) to practical cases of infrastructural projects

v. Exploring the auditors’ approach in the review of state aid in EU-funded projects

vi. Understanding the principles of public procurement and the procurement procedures likely to be used for infrastructural projects

vii. Appreciating the importance of a good procurement planning process

viii. Understanding when and how contract modifications can and cannot be applied

ix. Learning from past mistakes on public procurement

x. Analysing major judgements by the European Court of Justice on the procurement for infrastructural projects



Target Audience
Managing Authorities, First Level of Control Bodies, Intermediate Bodies, Certifying Authorities, Audit Authorities, Central Coordination Bodies, Methodology Departments, Central or Regional Ministries, officers/managers dealing with State Aid and Public Procurement.



One-day EUfundingGOZO expedition included

We take the theme over to Gozo for a one-day expedition to discuss prevention, detection and reporting in the context of the projects implemented on the island of Gozo throughout the 2004-06 and 2007-13 programming periods.  The course theme is coupled with visits to ERDF, CF and LIFE projects scattered across Gozo, starting from the Cirkewwa Ferry Terminal, crossing to the Zewwieqa Waterfront in Mgarr, up to the Ggantija Temples in Xaghra, visiting projects in Victoria, and finishing off in Dwejra to discuss the Azure Window project.  

This is a great opportunity to feel the difference EU funding has made to the small Island of Gozo over the last 10 years and at the same time understand the underlying technicalities that occurred ‘behind-the-scenes’.   


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Our Trainers

Ray Bartolo
Director - Speaker

  • Ten years of practical experience in the management and control of European Funds
  • Involved in the implementation and closure process of the Maltese 2004-06 Structural and Cohesion Funds Programme
  • Contributed significantly towards the setting up of the financial management and control systems of the ERDF, CF and ESF Operational Programmes for the 2007-2013 Programming Period
  • Responsible for the implementation of the ERDF and CF Operational Programmes for health, transport, education, urban regeneration and technical assistance
  • Served as National Expert and Coordinator on the CEF coordination committee for transport, Environment and the Telecommunications sectors
  • Prepared Procurement Manuals for a number of Maltese Government entities
  • Drafted and evaluated different types of procurement procedures, including concession contracts
  • Provided strategic guidance and project management services to various beneficiaries of EU-Funding
  • Delivered several training sessions and seminars on financial, programme management and public procurement to participants coming from MA, CA, AA, IBs, Beneficiaries, and other stakeholders from all around Europe
  • Masters graduate in Public Policy from the University of Malta


Trevor Fenech
Director – Speaker

  • Former Senior Manager at the Managing Authority for Structural and Cohesion funds
  • Past experience in ERDF, ESF, CF, EAGGF and FIFG programmes
  • Strongly involved in the design, implementation and monitoring of the management and control systems for the 04-06 and 07-13 financial periods, including eligibility rules, financial reporting to Management, the European Commission and the Monitoring Committee, management verifications, audits, financial corrections, and internal procedures
  • Carried out the closure process of the 04-06 Single Programming Document (SPD)
  • Delivered several presentations in the field of financial management of EU funds to the MA, CA, AA, IBs, Beneficiaries and TAIEX Beneficiaries
  • Engaged in major audit missions carried out by the EC, ECA and OLAF
  • Former nations delegate to the ESF Committee (Treaty of the Functioning of the EU, Art. 163).
  • Providing expert advise to the Maltese Government on PPPs and the conduct of the Competitive Dialogue procedure
  • Managing successfully a number of EU-funded projects
  • Masters graduate in Financial Management and Economics from the University of London


Justine Schinas
Senior Advisor – Expedition

  • Worked for the Managing Authority for Structural and Cohesion Fund since 2009
  • Experience on all Cohesion Policy funds being the ERDF, CF and ESF
  • Assisted in the closure of the 2004-2006 programme
  • Provided technical guidance to MA officials with regards to the implementation of EU Funded projects.
  • Carried out numerous verification and physical project checks, identified financial corrections and was involved in the setting up of operating procedures within the MA.
  • Highly involved in an audit missions carried out by the European Commission
  • Participated in Monitoring Committees, delivered presentations/training to stakeholders and MA officials, and participated in research work and compilation of data, particularly with regards to absorption issues.
  • Managed the implementation of large projects with budgets of close to fifty million.
  • Worked on the Technical Assistance (TA) Fund and was tasked with the role of TA Manager whereby she oversaw a team of officers working on this fund.
  • Responsible for a number of procurement procedures within the MA where she issued call for quotations and tenders. She also formed part of numerous evaluation committees.
  • Prepared successfully a number of ERDF and ESF Project Proposals
  • Masters in Business Administration from the University of Malta


Venue & Accommodation

Training Venue
Hilton Hotel – Portomaso St. Julian’s

The training course will take place at the Hilton Hotel - Malta, a 5-star luxurious hotel, in St. Julian's. Accommodation can be provided at the Hilton Hotel itself and other hotels in the vicinity.

Below please find special corporate prices for our participants.




Westin Hotel
EUR 180**

Hilton Hotel
EUR 200*

Intercontinental Hotel
EUR 150*

Hotel Valentina
EUR 115**

Hotel Argento
EUR 110**

Cavalieri Art Hotel
EUR 90**

Golden Tulip Vivaldi
EUR 76**

* room only basis
** bed and breakfast basis


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Cavalieri Art Hotel – send an e-mail to Davide at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail.

Golden Tulip Vivaldi – send an e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and refer to EuropeanFunds.info in your e-mail. 




Useful Information

St Julians

How to get around

Upon arriving at the Malta International Airport, you can get to St. Julian's by catching a taxi or the public transport system (Bus number X2 which runs from 05550hrs till 2250hrs). Buses are quite frequent to St. Julian's.

If you are staying outside of St. Julian's, reaching the training venue is quite easy. The bus stops just further down the road from the Westin Dragonara Resort, which is only 5 minutes away.



Weather in Malta

Malta has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and warm to hot summers. THe warm season generally starts in Mid-April and ends in September with an average temperature of 20 degrees. Temperatures are between 20 to 30 degrees in July and August.



Local Cuisine

While the island offers a variety of culinary choices, one must not miss the opportunity to try some local, tasty dishes: the Lampuki Pie (fish pie), rabbit stew, Bragioli (beef olives), Kapunata, (Maltese version of ratatouile), and widow's soup. The Gbejniet (sheep or goat's cheese) and Bigilla, a thick pate of broad beans with garlic are an ideal started for your meal.

Don't leave Malta without trying the traditional 'pastizzi'which are flaky parcels filled with ricotta or mushed peas. Some fouvrite dessert delicacies are kannoli and the Helwa tat-Tork.

You should also try out some of our local wines, our local beer and "Kinnie", our local soft drink.





Day 1 - Wednesday 14 June 2017

Registration and distribution of training material
Introduction – Setting the objectives and expected outcomes
Competition in the EU: The Rules of the Game Just like the rules of any sport, competition rules in the European Union strive to maintain a level playing field between economic operators.  To what level can we tilt this field and still be considered fair? This session introduces state aid and seeks to understand how the European Commission uses different state aid regimes to strike the point of equity.
Coffee Break
Case Study I - Making your Point ||The State Aid Notification process with the European Commission – The Malta Power Station 2016 case Considered as a remarkable balancing act between law, economics and technical matter, the recent case of the new Power Station and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) energy facility in Malta sheds light on the complex and delicate process of State Aid notification assessed by the EC.  This session explains the full application process and the procedures adopted.
Compatible aid ||How and when does the GBER promote infrastructure in waste, environment, energy, broadband and other sectors? This session gives a closer look on how the General Block Exemption Regulation allows assistance in favour of infrastructure in various sectors, for the benefit of SMEs, research, innovation, environmental protection, employment and regional development, amongst other.
Case Study II - GBER in practice || Assessing Renewable Energy Schemes and dealing with exceptions in Malta This session shall provide an insight of how the exemptions provided for under the General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER) were effectively used to align Malta’s renewable energy and energy efficiency support schemes with the new Guidelines on environmental and energy state aid. It will also provide a walk-through of the notification process for the recently approved scheme for large scale Photovoltaic systems (exceeding 1 Mega-watt), showing how specific requirements of the Guidelines have been successfully adapted to Malta’s specific circumstances.
Thy will be done…along with mine! || Making ends meet between the EC and the Member State This session provides an insight of the level of detail which shall be expected by the EC when assessing potential state aid for a project or scheme. It delves into the clarifications and information sought by the EC, and the way these were addressed by the Maltese authorities. It shall also illustrate how these assist the EC to arrive at a positive Decision, with close reference to actual case studies.
Coffee Break
Audit of State Aid || What auditors are after during their review of state aid The final session looks at the approach adopted by the various auditors in their assessment of state aid implications on infrastructural projects.
Concluding remarks and wrap-up of Day 1

Day 2 - Thursday 15 June 2017

Welcome coffee
The Principles of Public Procurement The second day opens with an overview of the principles that underpin the procurement directives and regulations – the rules and principles of the internal market of the EU.
The right tool for the job: An assessment of the public procurement procedures applicable to infrastructural projects This session provides an overview of the procurement procedures available in the current Directives.
Coffee break
Pre-Contract – A hands-on approach to the planning stages of procurement in infrastructural projects This practical session studies the important role of planning in the procurement of infrastructural projects.  The challenges of cost-benefit analyses, feasibility studies, environmental impact assessments, setting technical specifications, selecting the right tendering procedure, timeframes and other aspects are analysed in this workshop.
Workshop 1: Managing the planning stage of contract for infrastructural projects
Workshop II – Contract Implementation - Working with Contract Modifications This workshop analyses a number of examples of modifications during contract implementation and discusses the possible practical solutions within the parameters of the Directive and principles of public procurement.
Common errors in the procurement of infrastructural projects Knowing the most common mistakes in the procurement of infrastructural projects is an effective way to avoid them.  Tender inconsistencies, non-compliant contract winners, excessive variations, unjustifiable contract extensions and missing financial guarantees are just a few.
Cases from the European Courts of Justice During this final session we discuss hallmark ECJ cases that triggered changes to the Procurement Directives along the past years.
Concluding remarks and wrap-up of Day 2

Day 3 - Friday 16 June 2017 - EUfundingGozo Projects Expedition

CF 198 - Cirkewwa || Ferry Terminal
ERDF 31 - Zewwieqa Waterfront || Mgarr
ERDF 32 - Ggantija Temples
discussing ERDF 24 - Villa Rundle Gardesn & CF1.1.0.2 - Mgarr-Victoria link
ERDF 142 - Eco Museum|| Victoria
ERDF 246 - Cittadella Masterplan
ERDF 140 - Ta' Pinu Basilica
LIFE - Azure Window || Dwejra


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Whether on business or vacation, Malta offers a rich concentration of natural beauty, cultural legacy, vibrant entertainment, friendly faces and top-end facilities.   The country stretches just over 300km2, covering the three main inhabited islands, with the largest – Malta – lying to the south of the smaller islands of Gozo and Comino.  The population is 418,000 and the official languages are Maltese and English.  The capital city is Valletta.

The wealth of historical sites (including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites), cultural activities, its warm climate, recreational areas, beaches, and architectural diversity, make Malta a popular tourist destination.  It also offers a stable political, economic and industrial environment, hosting thousands of local and international companies in different sectors, mainly tourism, financial services, IT, manufacturing and retail.  EU membership and the adoption of the euro currency have enhanced Malta’s accessibility and attractiveness as an international business hub in the centre of the Mediterranean region.

For more information about Malta, visit www.visitmalta.com.

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Malta joined the European Union on 1st May 2004.  Since 2000, the Government of Malta has been actively participating in EU-funded programmes under shared management with the European Commission.  Malta has received in excess of €1bn from the EU under the various initiatives undertaken so far, both pre- and post-accession, including Pre-Accession Funds and the Transition Facility (inc. TAIEX), the Structural Funds Programme 2004-06 (ERDF, ESF, EAGGF, FIFG) and the Cohesion Fund 2004-06, Cohesion Policy 2007-13 (ERDF, CF, ESF), the Rural Development and Agriculture funds (EAGF/EAFRD), The European Fisheries Fund (EFF), Framework Programme on Solidarity and management of Migration funds 2007-2013 and the Lifelong Learning and Youth-in-Action Programmes,

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