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Q: Having in mind that there are no signatures required on proposal forms, how does the Commission check that the respective institutions have authorised the submission of a proposal?
A: It is stated in the guides for proposers that when submitting a proposal, the coordinator is deemed to have the necessary authorisations of all participants. The Commission does not prescribe in which form the authorisations are made and will not check them; this is a matter of internal organisation of the Consortium. Formal legal commitments requiring signatures will only be made at the negotiation stage for successful proposals.

Category : Making a proposal , Participation