Get to know interreg baltic sea region



Monitoring Committee

The participating states have agreed on a joint Programme management structure. A joint Monitoring Committee (MC) includes representatives from all eleven countries and decides on project applications, oversees the overall implementation and is responsible for the correct use of the funds. 

Managing Authority/
Joint Secretariat

The Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat (MA/JS) is the main contact point for those interested in Interreg Baltic Sea Region. The MA/JS’s main office in Rostock (Germany) is operated by Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB.SH). The Joint Secretariat assists the Programme’s Managing Authority, its Monitoring Committee and the Audit Authority.

Audit Authority

The Audit Authority (AA) verifies the effective functioning of the management and control system of the Programme and ensures sample audits of projects. The Audit Authority is assisted by the Group of Auditors comprising representatives of the participating countries. The Audit Authority is hosted by the Ministry of Justice, European Affairs, Consumer Protection and Equality of Land Schleswig-Holstein.