Study supporting the evaluation of the operation of the Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency CHAFEA (2014-2016)

PPMI carries out a study supporting the evaluation of the operation of Consumer, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (2016-2016) under FWC SANTE. The objective of the study is to assess effectiveness, efficiency and coherence of the implementation of parts of the Union programmes by the Agency during this part of the programming period as well as the legacy of the programmes and actions funded until the end of 2013. Applying a retrospective and prospective analysis, PPMI along with partners from CSES and Maastricht University is assessing CHAFEA's performance aiming to provide recommendations to the Agency and its parent DGs.

As part of the assignment, PPMI is evaluating key workload drivers, assumptions and productivity indicators underpinning the workload analysis and staffing estimates of the 2013 CBA against the actual situation. In addition, the research team is developing a comprehensive workload assessment model tailored to the tasks delegated to the Agency. The model could be further used in preparations for the 2021-2027 MFF programmes. 

PPMI is consulting with CHAFEA and other relevant stakeholders to pin down the business processes involved in the management of EU grants and other financial instruments. The stakeholder consultation strategy includes three surveys, six case studies and an extensive interview programme. PPMI has tailored the strategy specifically to reflect the broad portfolio of programmes and funding instruments managed by the Agency. Furthermore, PPMI will compare CHAFEA's performance to other organisations considering the specificity of the programmes delegated to CHAFEA and the recent developments in the Agency aimed at improving efficiency and effectiveness in its performance.

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