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Guidelines for the Preparation of Annex I for Marie Curie Chairs (EXC)

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The Annex I is an integral part of the EXC contract. Non-compliance or non-fulfilment of its content will have the same legal consequences as for any default of the other contractual conditions. Its role is not that of an information document; any material, which is useful for understanding, the project, but which is not essential for the tasks to be performed, should not be included in this document.
It should be written in a clear, precise and concise manner. It should also have sufficient flexibility in order to be able to modify the work arrangements so as to achieve the proposed objectives, should this be necessary, without the need for a formal modification of the text. This flexibility is required both for the European Commission as well as for the contractor.
The Annex must be written in the third person. It must reflect the details provided in the proposal and should take into consideration any technical issues that may arise during contract negotiation. In particular, it must take into account the level of funding offered and also the comments and any recommendations contained in the Evaluation Summary Report. However, it should exclude all background material in support of the selection of the proposal, but not essential for the implementation of the selected project (for example, previous work undertaken, references to publications, state-of-the-art, future intentions should be excluded). References to "the proposal" should be omitted and the annex should clearly specify all the tasks to be undertaken.
As indicated in the following sections, certain parts of your proposal description should be taken as the basis for the drafting of this description of work.

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Record Number: 6930 / Last updated on: 2005-07-14
Category: SUPP