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1 Guide for Proposers Research Infrastructures Integrated Infrastructure Initiative - I3 Bernhard FABIANEK European Commission, Information Society Directorate-General Brussels, 24, 25 March, 2003 "The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission"

2 The Structure of the Proposal  Part A   A set of forms which collect basic information about the proposal and the proposers  Part B   Covers one after another, all the scientific/technical issues on which the proposal will be evaluated

3 Proposal Submission Process   Proposals might be submitted in any official EU language. If Proposal Language is not in English, a translation of the full proposal would be of assistance to the evaluators.  Paper or Electronic Submission  To arrive before the Deadline at the Address given in the Call text: Call identifier: FP Infrastructures-2 European Commission Rue de Genève, 1 B-1140 Brussels

4 Process after Submission (Grids Call)  Acknowledgement of Receipt (end of May)  Evaluation (2-6 June) and Hearing for proposals above threshold (23-27 June)  Project Negotiations (from summer onwards)  Contracting (early 2004)

5 ReferencesReferences   The templates for the currently open Grids Call might be used as an example:

6 Proposal Part A: Form A1 To be completed by the Co-ordinator Class of Infrastructure: Communication Network Development

7 Proposal Part A: Form A2 To be completed by all Participants (incl. Co-ordinator)

8 Proposal Part A: Form A3

9 Proposal Part A: Cost Models (provisional)

10 Proposal Part A: Cost Models (FC) FC: FC: a full-cost model in which all actual direct and actual indirect costs may be charged to the contract

11 Proposal Part A: Cost Models (FCF) FCF: a simplified variant of the full-cost model, in which all actual direct costs may be charged to the contract, together with a flat-rate rate of 20% of all these direct costs, excluding subcontracts, which will be deemed to cover all related indirect costs;

12 Proposal Part A: Cost Models (AC) AC: AC: an additional-cost model, covering all direct costs that are additional to the recurring costs of a participant (with the exception of consortium management for which recurring costs would also be eligible), together with a flat-rate of 20% of all these direct costs, excluding subcontracts, which will be deemed to cover all related non-recurring indirect costs.

13 Proposal Part A: Cost Models (general) 1 Organisation = 1 Cost Model throughout the whole Framework Programme!

14 Proposal Part B: Overview  List of Participants  List of Activities  Budget Breakdown  Deliverable List

15 Proposal Part B: List of Activities

16 Proposal Part B: Budget Breakdown

17 Proposal Part B: Objectives  Relevance to the objectives of the I3 Description on how the various activities will be integrated with one another  Long Term Sustainability and Structuring Effect Prospects of the proposed programme of activities to have a structuring effect in terms of the collaborative arrangements that will be put into place among the participants and the perspectives for their long-term sustainability.

18 Proposal Part B: Networking Activities  Description of each Networking Activity (incl. Management of the I3)   Objectives and expected outcome   Participants   Justification of financing requested   Summary  Overall Implementation and Co-ordination of the Networking Activities   Indicative multi-annual execution plan   Detailed execution plan for the first 18 months   Explain how the ensemble of activities will enhance the services provided by the infrastructure

19 Proposal Part B: Specific Service Activities  Description of the Infrastructure and Services   Quality of the Infrastructure   If the infrastructure consists of a distributed ensemble, describe in detail the constituent parts that will be integrated   List the individual facilities that are relevant for the provision of the services offered and describe their relationship   Describe the state-of-the-art services offered   Quality of the Management   European added Value

20 Proposal Part B: Specific Service Activities  Description of each Specific Service Activity   Scientific and Technological Excellence incl. detailed execution plan for the first 18 months   Quality of the Management   Justification of Financing requested   Exploitation of Results   Summary

21 Proposal Part B: Specific Service Activities  Overall Implementation and Co-ordination of the Specific Service Activities   Indicative multi-annual execution plan   Extent to which the proposal will improve the quality of the services made available to the research community   Indicate if and how the implementation of the different proposed service activities will be mutually dependent

22 Proposal Part B: Joint Research Activities  Relevance to the objectives of the I3 Description on how the various activities will be integrated with one another  Long Term Sustainability and Structuring Effect Prospects of the proposed programme of activities to have a structuring effect in terms of the collaborative arrangements that will be put into place among the participants and the perspectives for their long-term sustainability.

23 Proposal Part B: Joint Research Activities  Description of each Joint Research Activity   Scientific and Technological Excellence incl. detailed execution plan for the first 18 months   Quality of the Management   Justification of financing requested   European added Value   Exploitation of Results   Summary

24 Proposal Part B: Joint Research Activities  Overall Implementation and Co-ordination of the Joint Research Activities   Indicative multi-annual execution plan   Extent to which the proposal will improve the quality of the services made available to the research community   Indicate if and how the implementation of the different proposed service activities will be mutually dependent


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