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Q: Could there be a consortium member which does no research work but which is only responsible for the management of the proposal?
A: It is possible that one member of the consortium (the coordinator) is responsible only for tasks listed in Article II.2(3) of the FP7 model grant agreement (coordinator's tasks) whereas research tasks (and management tasks referred to in Article II.16.5), are carried out by other partners. In a project there could be a participant which has only management costs. In this case its reimbursement may reach a maximum of 100% of the total eligible costs whatever its legal status.
Category : FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme) , Contracts and legal issues


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