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The only cases specified in the Regulation 1083/2006 (Article 48.3):
* A programme shall carry out an evaluation when the monitoring of Operational Programmes reveals a significant departure from the goals initially set;
* A programme shall carry out an evaluation when Operational Programme revisions are proposed. Where proposals are made for the revision of operational programmes, as referred to in Article 33, analyses shall be provided on the reasons for the revision, including any implementation difficulties, and the expected impact of the revision, including that on the strategy of the operational programme.
* A programme shall carry out an evaluation when Operational Programme revisions are proposed.

Where proposals are made for the revision of operational programmes, as referred to in Article 33, analyses shall be provided on the reasons for the revision, including any implementation difficulties, and the expected impact of the revision, including that on the strategy of the operational programme.

The European Commission sees ongoing evaluation as a process taking the form of a _series of evaluation exercises_. Its main purpose is to follow the implementation and delivery of an Operational Programme and changes in its external environment on a continuous basis, in order to better understand and analyse outputs and results achieved and progress towards longer-term impacts, as well as to recommend, if necessary, remedial actions.{footnote}
"Indicative Guidelines on Evaluation Methods: Evaluation During the Programming Period", EC, Working Document No.5. p.6. {footnote}