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Q: What does a JTI do?
A: A JTI implements a common Strategic Research Agenda. This details the research and development challenges that need to be addressed. Each JTI defines a detailed Work Programme and directly manages all aspects of the implementation of the JTI programme, including organising calls for proposals and tender, proposal evaluation, project selection, negotiation and signature of contracts, project follow-up and reporting, all respecting the Framework Programme's principles of competition and excellence.
In addition, it deals with general aspects such as research infrastructure, education, support for SMEs and international collaboration.
Category : Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs)