Address: Schlesingerplatz 2-4
Fax +43-(0)1-89 08 088-2599
Ministry of Agriculture and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic
Department for the Management of Cross-Border Cooperation Programmes
825 25 Bratislava
Andrea Kasanicka Kostolná (on maternity leave)
Tel +43-(0)1-89 08 088-2501
Within the team of Joint Technical Secretariat of Cross Border Co-operation Slovakia - Austria 2007-2013, Andrea works as Programme Manager Coordinator. She together with the team of JTS is responsible for the overall coordination of the programme activities between Managing Authority, Regional Bodies, Final Beneficiaries and important stakeholders of the above mentioned programme.
Programme and Communication Manager
Tel +43-(0)1-89 08 088-2504
After graduating in 1995, she worked as an IT project manager for Rosinak & Partner. She was assessing alternatives of extending Vienna’s underground system, took part in managing the process of developing regional and national transport strategies and managed communication platforms for EU projects. In 2002 she worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Transportation Networks at the University of Žilina (Slovakia) and learned the Slovak language. From 2003 till 2004 Genia was a Senior Consultant in the Transportation Division of Faber Maunsell in Leeds (England). She developed travel plans and accessibility analyses using market research techniques. Back in Vienna Genia was working for Kaefer Transport Planning. She took part in environmental impact assessments and had the opportunity to get an insight into programming of national funding schemes.
Within the JTS Slovakia-Austria Genia has the role of a Programme and Communication Manager. She takes part in the successful implementation of the Programme, deals with everyday project management issues and ensures implementation of efficient information and publicity measures.
Programme Manager Coordinator
Tel +43-(0)1-89 08 088-2505
Within the team of Joint Technical Secretariat of Cross Border Co-operation Slovakia - Austria 2007-2013, Bernhard works as Programme Manager Coordinator. He together with the team of JTS is responsible for the overall coordination of the programme activities between Managing Authority, Regional Bodies, Final Beneficiaries and important stakeholders of the above mentioned programme.
Tel: +43-(0)1-89 08 088-2502
Martin studied economics at the University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of National Economy. After graduation in 2004 he started as a Project Manager of Projects co-financed from the EU funds at the Ministry of transport, posts and telecommunications of Slovak Republic (MTPT SR). He dealt mostly with preparation, implementation and financing of big infrastructural projects concerning construction of motorways and highways. During his occupation at the MTPT SR he was also involved in CBC projects Slovakia – Austria and Slovakia – Poland. He also worked for private consulting company as an consultant where his main task was the preparation of projects co-financed from different schemes of assistance including EU structural funds.
Martin is the member of the JTS since 1 September 2008 as a Programme and Finance Manager. He is responsible for implementation of the projects, financial management and coordination of Slovak applicants.
Backoffice and Monitoring Manager
Tel: +43-(0)1-89 08 088-2503
Project and Programme Manager
Tel: +43-(0)1-89 08 088-2506
Barbora finished her university studies in the field of social work, focusing on management in social work and social policy at the Comenius University in Bratislava. After completing the university studies she continued externally in postgraduate European studies at the Faculty of Management, Comenius University in Bratislava. After graduating she worked in public administration in the framework of the pre-accession PHARE program, later in the domain the EU structural funds (ESF, ERDF) for the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family and the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic. She worked also for the private companies as a consultant for the EU grant programs. Over the previous professional experience she took part in processes of EU grants programming, monitoring, evaluation and implementation on the side of providers of grants and also on the side of the beneficiaries. Barbora took part in several professional training programs offered by the European Training Center and the Ecole nationale d’administration in Paris and Strasbourg.
Within the JTS team Barbora has the role of a Programme Manager thus being in charge of dedicated support for programme implementation as well as guidance for project applicants and beneficiaries.
Tel: +421 583 17 488E-mail: email@example.com
Jarmila studied Regional Geography at the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Comenius University in Bratislava. After graduating in 1996 she worked in the public service as a Project Manager and later as director of the PMU PHARE programme for cross-border cooperation. She participated in the implementation of the first Multi-annual Indicative Programme for Cross-border Cooperation 1995-1999 between Slovakia and Austria, she worked on programmes of trilateral cooperation between Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Austria and Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and in 1997 she worked as a national coordinator for initializing the PHARE CREDO Programme (concurrent cooperation programmes between Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland).
2002-2011 Jarmila worked as a Project Manager for the Slovak Environment Agency. She was in charge of projects in the environment protection programmes LIFE, GEF (Global Environment Facility) and ODA (Official Development Aid) as well as the project development for transnational programmes.
2012-2014 she participated on the preparation of the programme for the 2014-2020 Environmental Quality Programme for Air and Climate Protection, and represented the national body of the transnational programmes CENTRAL EUROPE and SOUTHEAST EUROPE. As a member of the Monitoring Committee on behalf of the Ministry of Environment she contributed to the preparation of the new Operational Programme for CENTRAL EUROPE.
Since July 2014, she has worked for the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development as a Programme Manager of the ENPI Programme for Cross-Border Cooperation between Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine from 2007-2013 and since 01 December 2015 as Programme Manager of the INTERREG V-A Programme Slovakia – Austria. As a Programme Manager, she is responsible for the preparation of the management documentation for the new funding period.
Vienna: Petra Wallner, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. +43-(0)1-4000-27064
Lower Austria: Francois-Edouard Pailleron, Email: Francois-Edouard.Pailleron@noel.gv.at,
Burgenland: Harald Ladich, Email: Harald.Ladich@rmb.co.at, Tel. +43-(0)5-9010-2424
Bratislava: Michal Beniač, E-mail: email@example.com, Tel. +421-(0)2-48264628
Ida Antipovová, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. +421-(0)33-5559 620
For Interreg V-A Programme Slovakia-Austria 2014-2020, the Managing Authority is at the Ministry of Agriculture and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic. Please follow the link for further details either in >German or in >Slovak language.
For the list of members of the Monitoring Committee 2014-2020 click here.
Email: email@example.com, Tel. +43-(0)1-4000-27030
Contact Point of the FLC for project partners from Lower Austria:
Email: Post.RU.EU-Finanzkontrolle@noel.gv.at, Tel. +43-(0)2742-9005-14286
Contact Point of the FLC for project partners from Burgenland:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. +43-(0)2682-704-2444
Contact Point of the FLC for project partners from Slovakia:Vanda Borbelyová
E-Mail: email@example.com, Tel. +421-(0)908 296 582
Jakub NovotnýE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
E-mail: email@example.com, Tel. +421-(0)908 296 585
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