The operational programme Prague Competitiveness (OPPC) is intended to support investment projects aimed in particular at: supporting public transport and transport accessibility in Prague; supporting innovation, information and communication technologies and enterprise; and improving the environment in Prague. The projects have to be carried out in the Capital City of Prague.
Official website of the Prague Competitiveness operational programme
Capital City of Prague, schools, entrepreneurs, public transport operators, research institutions, etc.
Prague City Hall
Prague City Hall EU Funding Department
111 21 Prague 1
OPPC is one of two operational programmes for Prague that utilise resources from the EU funds under the Regional Competitiveness and Employment objective. € 241.2 million has been earmarked for it from the European Regional Development Fund.
OPPC contains four priority axes, which divide the operational programme into logical units. These are further divided up into areas of intervention, which further define what types of projects can be supported under the respective priority axis. The priority axes are as follows:
The Capital City of Prague and its districts; organisations founded and established by the Capital City of Prague and its districts; public transport operators, owners of railway infrastructure, stations and stops; entrepreneurs; non-government non-profit organisations; professional and special interest groups; university, research and development organisations; and others.
The operational programme was approved by the European Commission on 21 December 2007.