Paying the special government grant for Talent Hub activities
- Nationwide except the Åland Islands
- Public service
Talent Hub is part of the Talent Boost action plan coordinated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment and the Ministry of Education and Culture. The funding supports the development of the Talent Hub cooperation models and services. Talent Hubs are regional cooperation models that offer customer-oriented service paths across organisational boundaries to support the enticement, recruitm ...
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The KEHA Centre will pay the discretionary government transfers upon application. The application is submitted in the regional administration e-services.
How to apply for payment
Once your support application has been approved, you can apply for payment electronically in the regional administration e-services in accordance with the terms of the grant decision. Complete the application thoroughly and add the required appendices.
More information about authorisation
A person authorised by the municipality can submit the payment request in the regional administration e-services. The authorisation to use the services is given in Suomi.fi e-Authorizations. Mandate roles ensure that the persons preparing and sending grant applications have the right to represent the organisation.
Authorised persons use the e-service on behalf of their organisation through Suomi.fi e-Identification. You can log into the e-service with your personal banking IDs, a mobile certificate or a certificate card after you have been authorised. In addition to Suomi.fi e-Authorizations, organisations need their business ID to use the e-services.
The mandate for transactions required when using the regional administration e-services is called Työllisyyden, ympäristön, elinkeinotoiminnan ja liikenteen valtioavustusten hakeminen (Applying for government grant for employment, environment, business activities and transport). The mandate theme is specified by the identifier OHJAUS.
The authorisation is subject to the valid instructions of the Suomi.fi service.
Persons without separate authorisation can act on behalf of an organisation only if they have an existing mandate for transactions or a right based on register data.
To whom and on what terms
Municipalities with at least 15,000 foreign-language residents can receive the Talent Hub grant.
The support level shall not exceed 70% of the eligible costs of the project. The self-financing is at least 30%, and it must include the applicant’s own funds. In joint projects, all participants are required to contribute to the financing of the project.
It is granted as special discretionary government transfer as referred to in the Act on Discretionary Government Transfers. Projects that have received a grant decision for Talent Hub activities can request the payment. The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment’s instructions on the terms and restrictions of special grants apply to processing the payment requests.
Act on Discretionary Government Transfers 688/2001