Funding program

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Funding programs are binding rules drawn up by the public administration that are intended to enforce the funding purposes of public funding . They create framework conditions under which public funding can be applied for in order to be able to carry out funded projects in advertised areas.


Funding programs provide interested parties with information about funding purposes, funding requirements and funding conditions. They are to be adhered to during the promotion and become part of the loan conditions . The Confederation met by Art. 104b GG incumbent on him constitutional conveying task by the countries financial assistance for particularly important investments in countries and municipalities / associations of municipalities granted,

required are. In the event of natural disasters or exceptional emergency situations which are beyond the control of the state and which have a significant negative impact on the state's financial position, the federal government can grant financial aid even without legislative powers.

Examples of national funding programs

Examples of EU funding programs

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