More information about DESCAMore information about DESCA 2020 Version 1.2 Please use the My Projects page of the promotion portal to prepare your grant by providing the necessary data and signing your online grant contract. This data will also be available in PDF format. Nevertheless, there is an important point to bear in mind: the preparation of an agreement on the Horizon 2020 consortium requires a significant investment of time, resources and resources for legal assistance. If the project is not chosen by the European Commission for funding, such an allocation of money and time will essentially (and unfortunately) be wasted. A standard agreement on the Horizon 2020 consortium can cover several aspects, including (but not limited): note: the costs associated with the development of a consortium agreement are non-refundable, as the consortium agreement should be signed before the grant agreement is signed. However, the costs associated with updating the consortium agreement are eligible if they are incurred during the duration of the action. Since the consortium agreement is in fact a commercial agreement, we recommend the services of a legal advisor competent to develop such agreements. A consortium agreement is a binding contract signed between the partners of a Horizon 2020 cooperation project. The Horizon 2020 Agreement (Article 41.3) states that “recipients must make internal arrangements for their operation and coordination to ensure that the measures are properly implemented. These internal agreements must be established in a written “consortium agreement” between Horizon 2020 beneficiaries. What do you need to know about this agreement and the process of implementing an agreement? Keep reading to learn more. The Consortium Agreement (CA) (in accordance with Article 24 of Regulation (EC) No.
1906/2006 of the European Parliament and the Council of 18 December 2006) governs relations between project participants. In particular, the consortium agreement regulates: what needs to be done to best meet the needs of the consortium members at an early stage, without spending the resources and time before the funding is no longer clear? If the consortium has decided not to sign its grant during the pre-grant phase, it can initiate the termination process through the IT tool for grant management. Look at the detailed screens and descriptions in the termination before signing the grant.