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Q: How are ITN proposals classified in the evaluation results? Is it simply based on the total score awarded, or are other criteria considered? (All Calls)
A: All eligible proposals undergo a peer-review evaluation in 4 evaluation categories. These categories are not equally weighted and have varying thresholds. For details of each category please see the Guide for Applicants.
Based on the evaluation results the proposals are ranked within the panel and according to total score; the REA draws up a priority list of those proposals for immediate negotiation, taking into account the available budget. The proposals passing all scoring thresholds are ranked in three groups: A, B and C, separated as follows: - A: main list, the necessary budget is available; - B: reserve list (in case of withdrawal of a candidate in A or excess budget becoming available). It is unlikely that all B-list proposals will be financed; - C: although projects are of good quality, the available budget is not sufficient and the projects will be rejected.
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