Technical Assistance for Training Staff on IACS Procedures

Technical Assistance for Training Staff on IACS Procedures

Day 1 - 1. Course Introduction

Course Introduction

 

Day 1 - 2. Introduction to IACS

Introduction to IACS

 

Day 1 - 3. IACS vs Turkey's TBS

IACS vs Turkey's TBS

 

Day 1 - Quiz

What IACS stand for?

  • Implementing Agriculture and Costumer Service
  • Integrated Agriculture and Control Service
  • Integrated Administration and Control System

Why do we need IACS

  • For the purpose of using statistical data
  • To make sure that the money is allocated on the correct bases and to the correct beneficiary.
  • For the purpose of management of European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development

Which Subsystem of IACS is based on GIS technology?

  • FR
  • LPIS
  • Entitlements register

How much of the aid applications are subject to Administrative check and cross-checks

  • 5%
  • 10%
  • 100%

Are payment entitlements part of IACS

  • Yes
  • No

What are the main elements of IACS:

  • LPIS, Animal register, Farmers register, Payment entitlements; Aid Applications and Payment Claims, Integrated control system, computerized database;
  • LPIS, Farmers register, FADN, AMIS, Integrated control system, computerized database;
  • LPIS, Farmers register, CMO, Animal register, EFA layer, Aid Applications and Payment Claims

What is the Common Agricultural Policy?

  • The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is a program of the EU mainly used for the purpose of food supply to the third world countries.
  • The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is a partnership between agriculture and society, between Europe and its farmers.
  • The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) it’s a strategy that promotes individual approach of each Member State in the field of agriculture

What are the main aims of the CAP?

  • To improve agricultural productivity, so that consumers have a stable supply of affordable food and to ensure that EU farmers can make a reasonable living.
  • To encourage farmers to produce crops which are traditionally cultivated in each Member State or region.
  • To promote policy of crop production regardless the market demands and market prices.

Structure of CAP consists of:

  • 1 pillar
  • 2 pillars
  • 4 pillar

When was the CAP “Health Check” reform introduced?

  • 1992
  • 2003
  • 2008

Video - LPIS Update Maintenance

LPIS Update Maintenance