News from keep.eu
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Keep.eu recorded the first 2021-2027 Interreg project data.
We have recently added all 2021-2027 Interreg programmes to keep.eu.
We often face needs for financial information on Interreg projects…
A constant flow of developments in ongoing in keep.eu. Since the last newsletters sent in the spring there have been many content and feature developments in Keep. Let us share some of the highlights with you as well as a sneak peek to some upcoming topics.
We have a new logo
With this new logo and the new overall designation keep.eu, the branding of the website and service formerly known as keep.eu now immediately conveys three simultaneous, basic and important messages: It’s about Europe, it’s a website, and its URL is keep.eu!
24 current programmes are in
So far, we have got 24 of the 2014-2020 programmes’ data in keep.eu. The transfer functions are being built and new programmes and projects are included in the database constantly. The aim is to have project data from all programmes in keep.eu no later than the end of March 2018.
There are nearly 300 user sessions per day in keep.eu. In order to increase the visibility of the Territorial Cooperation projects, reaching a more representative data set is the highest priority for Keep. A strong support from the programmes is needed in this work.
Programmes in keep.eu
Share your search results
There are constantly little new features built to Keep improving the user experience and usability of the portal. For instance, you can now access the direct URL to your search results in keep.eu to share your findings. To copy your URL link just click on the button “Get results URL” on top of your search results.
Link to the currently ongoing projects under keyword “forest”
The keep.eu 2.0 Group has been behind some of the biggest evolutions of keep.eu. With the technical evolution of keep.eu and the ability that programmes now have to seamlessly and fully work on the data that they publish in Keep, it was decided to replace the traditional keep.eu 2.0 meeting with different training sessions in different parts of Europe, thus closer to the contributors from the different programmes.
The aim is for programmes to fully grasp how they can work on their data directly in the keep.eu system. These meetings should take place in the first half of 2018, and their organisation will depend on the expressions of interest from the Kekeep.eu 2.0 members and other programme users. A survey will be sent out to map the interest.
We are happy to see that the use of keep.eu is constantly growing according to the statistics. At the same time, we keep noticing that there are a great number of people who still do not acknowledge the possibilities keep.eu offers to them.
keep.eu is the only place in the world where you can find a coherent data set about Interreg, Interreg-IPA CBC and EN(P)I-CBC programmes and projects since year 2000. As you know, we keep on developing the portal and some of the improvement needs identified by you have already been implemented as you can read below.
Read on to see some of the recent developments and remember to promote keep.eu also to your networks and stakeholder groups whenever you see a possibility.
A newly added feature in keep.eu allows the user to select any NUTS 3 region and see not only the projects having involved the region in question, but now also programmes currently available in the region.
Find your region here
Easier to search for programmes
Programme data being one of the corner stones of KEEP we have also worked on improving the searchability of programmes.
At the moment, keep.eu holds data for 83 out of the 106 programmes of the current period. Out of these programmes, 12 have also project data available.
The programmes in keep.eu
The statistics section of the portal has been improved according to the feedback received in the keep.eu 2.0 working group in London. For instance, the numeric data on programmes and projects since the year 2000 is now clearly presented in a table.
Check out the statistics
We keep facing positively surprised people when presenting keep.eu to different stakeholder groups. We are convinced that many people out there could benefit from keep.eu but just don’t know about it. As you are an advanced user, we hope for your support in promoting the portal to your relevant networks.
The new keep.eu is published!
After many rounds of consultations and a lot of work we are proud to present the new keep.eu portal published today.
Click yourself to the new features which include e.g.:
Searching projects and programmes per regions
Searching projects per Thematic Objectives/Investment Priorities
Partner search tool
All feedback about the new site is warmly welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a lot of new data on the 2014-2020 programmes in keep.eu and more is continuously inserted.
2014-2020 projects being added
The new projects of the period 2014-2020 are currently being added to keep.eu. First programme to have its projects published was the Germany – Netherlands Programme.