F Project management

F3 AfterLife Plan

The establishment of the Croatian Land Information System implies long-term use, maintenance and improvement of the CROLIS after the completion of the LIFE CROLIS project.

The LIFE programme envisages the development of an AfterLIFE Plan. The AfterLIFE Plan will provide a summary of the CROLIS Plan as envisaged by the Decision of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, which will include an assessment of the resources needed for the work of all relevant institutions and the responsibilities of the institutions in the period after the end of the LIFE project. The AfterLIFE Plan will cover all the work required to ensure the sustainability of the project. Based on the CROLIS Plan, the AfterLIFE Plan will outline the activities of CROLIS partners required between 2025 and 2027 to maintain and upgrade CROLIS.

After the completion of the project, due attention will be paid to activities promoting the CROLIS and its operational functionalities among Croatian state institutions, the public and relevant EU and international institutions.

Following actions


Overall project management

This Action refers to the overall management of project implementation by the project team and governing bodies (Management Board and Steering Committee) established for the needs of the project in accordance with the highest criteria of professional management. It includes duties such as ensuring an audit trail, preparing regular and on-demand reports, and overall project management.



This Action includes the financial monitoring of project progress and the establishment of the accounting system. At the very end of the project implementation, an independent external audit firm will be hired to review all financial and other relevant project documentation before submitting the final reports to the European Commission/CINEA.


AfterLife Plan

This Action implies the creation of a Plan on the long-term sustainability of the CROLIS system, which will define the obligations and duties of individual institutions in the post-implementation period. The plan will foresee possibilities of expansion and permanent improvement of the system. According to the Plan, within a period of five years after the completion of the project implementation, the beneficiary coordinator will submit annual reports to the Government of the Republic of Croatia.