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Access to Research Infrastructures - How to manage

Access to Research Infrastructures (ARI)

How to manage your ARI contract

Instructions for Project Managers

Transnational Access - reporting procedures

To award access to their research facilities, project co-ordinators submit to the Commission the list of proposed users and projects requesting access, using the draft short list of proposed users. The Commission checks that the proposed users meet the eligibility requirements.

Project co-ordinators report on the progress and outcomes of the access granted by submitting annual and final reports to the Commission. The reports consist of three sections (A – information in free format, B – details of users gaining access, C – feedback to the project co-ordinator by the Group Leaders of supported projects).

Part A: Guidelines for reporting : MS Word 97

Part B: Guidelines for reporting : MS Excel 97

Part C: Project Summary Reports for Group Leader : MS Word 97

Project co-ordinators are also required to issue the Group Leaders of the users of facilities with the following questionnaire, which the users return directly to the Commission.

  • Users Questionnaire (for Group Leader) : MS Word 97

RTD Projects – reporting procedures

Project co-ordinators submit annual and final reports to the Commission, as described in the Guidelines below. In addition, a Technology Implementation Plan must be submitted together with the final report

Infrastructure Co-operation Network – reporting procedures

Project co-ordinators submit annual and final reports to the Commission, as described in the Guidelines below.




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