Annotated Grant Agreement Msca

Direct link to the general AMGA – Multi Beneficiary: Most of the provisions of the GA cannot be changed. However, individual details may be agreed individually with the European Commission/funding agency during the funding phase, such as for example. B the start of the project and the amount of pre-financing. – Note that it may be necessary for you to update your Internet browser to access the new document. If you have any questions about JTIs or the initiatives referred to in Article 185, please contact your thematic NKS. The MGA also contains “standard rules” that can be changed by the consortium in the Consortium Agreement (CA). In particular, project partners may amend the provisions on intellectual property. >>> Register here for our next H2020 trainings! <<< Horizon 2020 proposes a General Model Grant Agreement (GENERAL MGA) for research and innovation activities (RIA), innovation actions (AI) and coordination and support actions (CSA), as well as specific model grant agreements for certain types of projects such as the CSR, MSCA and the SME Instrument. Version 5.2 (26.06.2019) of the Annotated Model Grant Agreement is now available on the promotion and tender portal. – MSCA: Article 6.2.B, ITN Articles 6.2.B and 32, RISE Article 6.2.A – ERA-NET Kofund: preamble and Articles 5, 8, 15 – EJP Kofund: Article 3, 6.2.F Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs): 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 The MGA also includes various options and special provisions that do not apply to all projects.

The options applicable to the project in question are printed in italics in the GA. This version contains new explanations and examples, in particular to: link to the promotion and tender portal – Reference documents: FFG has prepared a comparative document highlighting the differences between the standard grant agreements for each initiative and the general MGA H2020. The document and other information is available under “Downloads” (see below). The European Commission has just added new observations on 26 June in version 5.2 of the H2020 AGM. .