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SME Initiative on Analytics
Pályáztató:  Európai Bizottság
Határidő:  2013. január 15.
Feltöltve:  2012. november 20., 08:16:05
Szakmai terület:  Internet, IT (15)
Ország:  Magyarország; Románia
Forrás:  []

Call identifier: FP7-ICT-2013-SME-DCA

Date of publication 10 July 2012

Deadline1: 15 January 2013, at 17:00.00 Brussels local time

Indicative budget: EUR 20 million

Eligibility conditions:

A proposal will only be considered eligible if it meets all of the following conditions:

  • It is received by the Commission before the deadline given in the call text.
  • It involves at least the minimum number of participants given in the call text.
  • It is complete (i.e. both the requested administrative forms and the proposal description are present)
  • The content of the proposal relates to the topic(s) and funding scheme(s), including any special conditions, set out in those parts of the relevant work programme

Other eligibility criteria may be given in the call text.

The minimum number of participating entities required, for all funding schemes, is set out in the Rules for Participation. See Appendix 1 of the ICT work programme for further details on the minimum number of participants.

In addition to the eligibility criteria set out in Annex 2, STREP proposals submitted to this call are subject to the following additional eligibility criteria:

1. The consortium must contain at least two SMEs (this will be declared in Part A of the proposal).
2. The project duration shall not exceed 24 months and the maximum EU funding requested must not exceed EUR 1.500.000.
3. A minimum of 30% of the funding requested in the proposal must be allocated to SME partners and maintained in the negotiated EU grant if the proposal is selected for funding.
4. The length of Part B should not exceed 20 A4 pages, excluding a title page.

Evaluation criteria

The evaluation criteria against which proposals will be judged are set out in article 15 of the Rules for Participation. For the 'Cooperation' specific programme these are:

  • scientific and/or technological excellence;
  • relevance to the objectives of these specific programmes2;
  • the potential impact through the development, dissemination and use of project results;
  • the quality and efficiency of the implementation and management.

Within this framework, the work programmes will specify the evaluation and selection criteria and may add additional requirements, weightings and thresholds, or set out further details on the application of the criteria.

The purpose of this annex is to set out such specifications. Unless otherwise indicated in the relevant parts of this work programme, the criteria, weightings and thresholds given here will apply to all calls for proposals.

Proposals will be evaluated in line with the Commission 'Rules on Submission of Proposals and the Related Evaluation, Selection and Award Procedures'.

A proposal which contravenes fundamental ethical principles, fails to comply with the relevant security procedures, or which does not fulfil any other of the conditions set out in the specific programme, the work programme or in the call for proposals shall not be selected.

In addition to the eligibility criteria set out in Annex 2, IP proposals submitted to this call are subject to the following additional eligibility criteria:

1. The length of Part B should not exceed 50 A4 pages, excluding a title page.

Evaluation procedure:

A one-stage submission and evaluation procedure will be followed:

Proposal submission must be made by means of the electronic Submission Services of the Commission on or before the published deadlines.

Proposals submitted under this call will be evaluated according to three criteria -
Scientific/Technological Excellence, Implementation and Impact. For each criterion marks from 0 to 5 will be given, with the possibility of half-point scores.

Particular requirements for prioritisation of proposals with the same score:

The procedure for prioritising proposals which have been awarded the same score (exaequos) within a ranked list is described below. It will be applied successively for every group of ex aequo proposals requiring prioritisation, starting with the highest scored group, and continuing in descending order:
(i) Proposals that address topics not otherwise covered by more highly-rated proposals, will be considered to have the highest priority.
(ii) These proposals will themselves be prioritised according to the scores they have been awarded for the criterion impact. When these scores are equal, priority will be based on the scores for the criterion scientific and/or technological excellence. If necessary, any further prioritisation will be based on other appropriate characteristics, to be decided by the panel, related to the contribution of the proposal to the European Research Area and/or general objectives mentioned in the work programme.
(iii) The method described in (ii) will then be applied to the remaining ex aequos in the group.

  • Indicative evaluation and contractual timetable: It is expected that the grant agreement negotiations for the shortlisted proposals will start as of April/May 2013.
  • Consortia agreements: Participants in all actions resulting from this call are required to conclude a consortium agreement.
  • The forms of grant which will be offered are specified in Annex 3 to the Cooperation workprogramme.
  • Grant agreements of projects financed under this Call for Proposals under Objective 4.3will include the Special Clause 39 on the Open Access Pilot in FP7

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