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 +==== Definition ====
 + DG ECHO would like to underline and clarify that an IP is any (legal) entity other than the FPA-holder (i.e. the Partner signing the grant agreement with DG ECHO), to which the Partner or an IP **entrusts any task under an ECHO-funded action, and transfers the corresponding financing**. In this respect, an IP is any of the following entities:\\
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 +  - **Other FPA-holder entities** (i.e. a DG ECHO FPA Partner that is implementing project activities under the direction of the Partner signing the Grant agreement for the specific action). Those other FPA Partners may or may not be affiliated with the Partner to which the grant is awarded (any such affiliation is irrelevant in this situation).\\
 +  - **Non-FPA entities** affiliated to the grant-holder or with which the latter is affiliated (e.g. NGO families, networks, federations,​ etc.). Such entities may be involved in the implementation of an action, for example with the following functions (not mutually exclusive): //a)// Performing administrative and programmatic tasks; //b)// Performing operational tasks, e.g. implementing the action as the registered entity in the country of implementation.
 +  - **Local entities**: Non-FPA entities established in the country of implementation of the action (e.g. local or grassroots organisations).
 +  - **Non-local non-FPA entities**: Non-FPA entities, which are neither affiliated to the grant-holder nor established in the country of implementation of the action.\\ ​
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 +==== Information on Implementing Partners to be provided ====
 +__At proposal stage__: Partners provide provisional,​ but comprehensive,​ list of IPs (including their name, address, type, share of the budget allocated etc.)\\
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 +__During the implementation__:​ Partners add or remove IPs from the SF while the action is ongoing through a non-essential change9 whenever they decide to collaborate with an IP. If the Partner considers that the change would have significant operational consequences or may raise problems in terms of compliance with the humanitarian principles, it is obliged to contact DG ECHO under its duty of full information sharing foreseen in Article 5 of the General Conditions.\\
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 +__At final report stage__: Partners ensure that exhaustive information on all IPs is included in the SF before submitting the Final report.\\
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 **6.7.1. Are there any implementing partners?** The partner has to indicate first whether it intends to work with implementing partners or not. The default answer is “No”.\\ ​ **6.7.1. Are there any implementing partners?** The partner has to indicate first whether it intends to work with implementing partners or not. The default answer is “No”.\\ ​
   *If the answer is **“No”** or **“Do not know yet”**, the partner can go directly to section 7. The partner will have the possibility to modify these statements later during the Action implementation.\\ ​   *If the answer is **“No”** or **“Do not know yet”**, the partner can go directly to section 7. The partner will have the possibility to modify these statements later during the Action implementation.\\ ​
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   *If the answer is **“Yes”**,​ the sections below will be displayed and the partner will be invited to answer the questions.\\ ​   *If the answer is **“Yes”**,​ the sections below will be displayed and the partner will be invited to answer the questions.\\ ​
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 +**6.7.3 Confirm that you checked the central exclusion DB**: This section is only visible for IO/UN partners who are obliged to confirm their humanitarian actions (and corresponding EU funds) are not implemented in collaboration with entities/​authorities/​organisations excluded from EC calls\\
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 **6.7.4 Coordination,​ supervision and controls:** In this section, the partner will explain what are the overall mechanisms of coordination,​ supervision and control put in place in relation to various implementing partners. In particular, the partner will explain how it intends to screen the risks of fraud and what are the measures taken to minimise them.\\ ​ **6.7.4 Coordination,​ supervision and controls:** In this section, the partner will explain what are the overall mechanisms of coordination,​ supervision and control put in place in relation to various implementing partners. In particular, the partner will explain how it intends to screen the risks of fraud and what are the measures taken to minimise them.\\ ​