Rural Development Integrated Information System (R.D.I.I.S.)

The RDIIS is an integrated Information System that has to do with the management of the Rural Development Programme (R.D.P.) for the 2014-2020 programming period. All of RDIIS’ subsystems are designed with a single rationale, in an integrated application and database, which interoperates with the Integrated Information System Concerning Single Application (OPSEAE), the State Aid Information System (PSKE) and other systems of the Public Sector.


In short

It supports competences that are related to the Management of the Rural Development Programme (R.D.P.) for the 2014-2020 Programming Period in accordance to the respective Management and Control System (SDE) that govern them, and the national and community legislative and regulatory framework.


It specifically covers the obligations toward the European Union for the following agencies:
  • The managerial responsibilities of the competent Management Authority that relate to the Programme, which are delegated to Services of either the M.R.D.F. or of the Regional Authorities, or to other Management Authorities or Intermediary Agencies or Actions Groups.
  • The responsibilities of the Payment and Control Agency for Guidance and Guarantee Community Aid (OPEKEPE) as an organisation for the RDP Payments, which is responsible for making payments to those entitled to them or even to tenderers of the Programme’s acts, and for conducting expenditure reports toward the European Union for the release of Community financing.
  • The jurisdiction of the national and community controlling bodies that are related to the Programme, as well as the relative control jurisdiction of the authorities and the certifying bodies.
  • The competencies of the Management Authority or other agencies, which pertain to confirming, either on the ground or administratively, the expenditure of the Programmes.
The RDIIS contains functional units for:
  • The RDP’s Programming and Evaluation. It supports the mapping of the initial structure and aims of the Rural Development Programme, as well as the procedures its potential amendments.
  • Project Management. It encompasses the cataloguing and customisation of the invitations for both state subsidies and public projects. It covers completely all stages of the projects, from the support application up until the completion of the project, from the evaluation, the admission application up until the technical reports/legal obligations and all of their amendments.
  • Monitoring of the payments and cash-flows. It mainly supports the users of the Payment Organisation through the programming procedures and the release of the necessary resources and payments.
  • Controls. All information regarding the physical and financial objective of the project are displayed, along with the identification of the project and the beneficiary, the reductions/sanctions that have been imposed, as well as the payments that have been done for the projects.