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The 'FP6 step by step' section is a structured walk- through of what FP6 participation entails.
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Site overview
What's new in FP6?
Finding your research theme
Preparing to make a proposal
The proposal
What happens after submission
Managing a project

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Making and submitting a proposal

Submitting a proposal requires careful following of a set of rules that are designed to ensure that the competitive process is open, transparent, and fair. Here we look at the main points.

 
Gathering information The main actions under Integrating Research Strengthening actions Structuring actions Overview of FP6 structure General advice Who can participate Choosing the instrument Consortium building Horizontal issues Understanding the work programme Understanding the call for proposals Using the Guides for Proposers Before the evaluation Evaluation by independent experts Finalisation of the evaluation Contract negotiation Consortium agreement Structure of the model contract Signature, entry into force A well-managed project Running the project Audits Problems Completion of a contract CORDIS