Grant Agreement H2020 Annotated

Direct link to general AMGA – Multi Beneficiary: ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/grants_manual/amga/h2020-amga_en.pdf Most GA provisions cannot be changed. However, specific details can be agreed individually with the European Commission/Financing Agency during the preparatory phase. B of financial assistance, such as the start-up of the project and the amount of pre-financing. The FFG has compiled a comparison document that highlights the differences between the standard grant agreements for the various initiatives and the H2020 General MGA. For more information, see “Downloads” (see below). >>> sign up here for our next H2020 courses! <<< Joint Technology Initiatives (JT): IMI, Clean Sky 2, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 (FCH), Bio-Based Industries (BBI), EPoSS, ECSEL, Shift2Rail, SESAR Article 185 Initiatives: AAL, EUREKA-Eurostars, EMRP, EDCTP, Bonus Horizon 2020 proposes a general grant agreement (GENERAL MGA) for research and innovation (RIA), innovation (AI) and coordination and support (CSA) actions and model grant agreements for specific types of projects such as the ERC, the MSCA and the SME instrument. Differences from the general MGA are shown at the beginning of the corresponding GA. ec.europa.eu/info/funding-tenders/opportunities/portal/screen/how-to-participate/reference-documents – Note that it may be necessary to update your internet browser to reach the new document. Link to the promotion and tender portal – Reference documents: the MGA also contains different specific options and provisions that do not apply to all projects. The options for the project are printed in italics in the GA. Version 5.2 (26.06.2019) of the standard grant agreement is available now on the promotion and tender portal.

On 26 June, the European Commission added new observations in version 5.2 of the AGM H2020. – MSCA: IF Article 6.2.B, Article 6.2.B and 32, RISE Article 6.2.A – ERA-NET Cofund: preamble and Articles 5, 8, 15 – EJP Cofund: Article 3, 6.2.F The MGA also contains “standard rules” that can be amended by the consortium in the consortium agreement (CA). In particular, project partners can amend the intellectual property provisions. If you have any questions about ITC or Section 185 initiatives, please contact your thematic ASC. This version contains new comments and examples, especially at:.

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