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What does the CCI code stand for?

The format used for the CCI codes is YEAR CC DG FF TP SEQ eg: 2014BE16RFOP001

YEAR

Numerical code identifying the Start Year of the Programme/Object.

In almost all cases 2014.

CC

Character code identifying the Country or Geographical Region.

All Country iso-2 codes + TC for Territorial Cooperation, EU for European Union and EC for European Commission.

Remark: Currently UK is used instead of the iso-2 code GB.

DG

Numerical code identifying the leading DG (chef de file).

05=EMPL, 06=AGRI, 14=MARE, 16=REGIO, 65=HOME, ??=ELARG

FF

Character code identifying the Fund(s) covered by the Programme/Object.

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TP

Character code identifying the Type of Object.

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SEQ

Numerical sequence code making the CCI code unique.

Allowed combinations

The following combinations are allowed. All other combinations will not be allowed by the CCI Request functionality. It will help the SFC2014 users to request and allocate the correct combinations.

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Other combinations will be added when other Funds and Object Types will be covered by the SFC2014 applications.