National controllers and controllers
Controllers refers to the task of checking that all project expenditure is eligible according to the NPA Eligibility Rules, European regulations and national legislation. Guidance for controllers is available at this link.
The procedures for controllers vary from one programme partner country to another. Each partner should refer to the control system of the country where it is located as described in the Programme Manual.
Sweden, Finland, Ireland, and Iceland operate with a centralised system, having one or few nationally appointed Controllers. Norway, Faroe Islands, and Greenland operate with a decentralised system, where partners need to get their controller of choice approved by a National Controller.
The National Controllers are listed below.
|The Faroe Islands have a decentralised control system.|
|Ms Gunnleyg Árnafjall|
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
|Greenland has a decentralised control system.|
|Ms Dorthe Paaske Rasmussen |
Government of Greenland, Ministry of Business and Trade
|Norway has a decentralised control system.|
|Mr. Knut-Ove Nordås, Senior Executive Officer |
Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation