By the end of 2011 most – if not all - of the EUR 302 million for project funding will have been allocated. Attention is now focusing on the outcomes generated by its projects. The Good Practice (in the context of the INTERREG IVC programme, a good practice is defined as an initiative (e.g. methodologies, projects, processes, techniques) undertaken in one ...) Database is available on the INTERREG IVC website and since its first introduction to the wider public during the recent Good Practice Fair more and more people can benefit from it. So far 218 good practices are accessible for further consultation covering almost all European Member States and all sub-themes (thematic sub-objectives under a given programme priority) of the programme. As the implementation of the projects progresses, more and more good practices will be uploaded to the database, resulting in around 1000 good practices from all over Europe by the end of 2014. So it is always worth coming back to check out new and already proven ideas.