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H2020-DRS-2014Sub call of: H2020-DRS-2014-2015
Opening Date 25-03-2014 Deadline Date 28-08-2014 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
Budget €73,400,000 Programme Horizon 2020
Status Closed Main Pillar Societal Challenges
OJ reference OJ C361 of 11 December 2013
Call updates
  • 30-01-2015 17:03:36

    An overview of the evaluation results (Flash Call Info) is now available under the tab 'Call documents'.

  • 08-09-2014 10:20:48

    A total of 178 proposals were submitted in response to this call. The number of proposals for each topic is shown below:

    • DRS-02-2014: 15 proposals
    • DRS-04-2014: 6 proposals
    • DRS-05-2014: 10 proposals
    • DRS-07-2014: 49 proposals
    • DRS-08-2014: 2 proposals
    • DRS-09a-2014: 6 proposals
    • DRS-09b-2014: 36 proposals
    • DRS-16-2014: 13 proposals
    • DRS-19-2014: 14 proposals
    • DRS-20-2014: 1 proposals
    • DRS-21-2014: 26 proposals.

    The evaluation of the proposals is planned to start by mid-September 2014 and will be closed by the end of December 2014. Applicants will be informed on the outcome of the evaluations before the end of January 2014.

  • 25-07-2014 13:59:52

    A revised version of the Work Programme has been published following European Commission Decision C (2014)4995 of 22 July 2014. The changes do not concern the call H2020-DRS-2014-1.

  • 05-06-2014 10:57:39

    The Secure Societies Information Day website has been updated:

    1- Q&As
    2- Draft Annex 2 Ethics Issues Table
    3- Guide for classification of information emanating from Security Research

  • 28-05-2014 19:01:46

    The “Guide for classification of information emanating from Security Research” is available here.

  • 14-04-2014 14:02:02

    Presentations from the Secure Societies Information Day held in Brussels on 1 April are available here.

  • 26-03-2014 18:57:45

    The submission session is now available for: DRS-02-2014(IA), DRS-04-2014(CSA), DRS-05-2014(CSA), DRS-07-2014(RIA), DRS-08-2014(CSA), DRS-09-2014(RIA-CSA), DRS-16-2014(RIA), DRS-19-2014(RIA), DRS-20-2014(CSA), DRS-21-2014(CSA)

  • 26-03-2014 17:45:51 The submission session is now available for: DRS-02-2014(IA), DRS-04-2014(CSA), DRS-05-2014(CSA), DRS-07-2014(RIA), DRS-08-2014(CSA), DRS-09-2014(RIA-CSA), DRS-16-2014(RIA), DRS-18-2014(COFUND-PCP), DRS-19-2014(RIA), DRS-20-2014(CSA), DRS-21-2014(CSA)
Topics and submission service

To access the Submission Service, please select the TOPIC of your interest and then open the Submission Service tab.
To access existing draft proposals, please login to the portal and select My Proposals from the My Area menu.

A proposal is submitted to a specific topic. The full set of information for preparing a proposal for a topic (eligibility and evaluation conditions, proposal templates, evaluation forms, etc.) is available on the topic conditions page. Select a topic from the call description page or go to Search Topics.

Download all documents
(EN only, incl. the additional docs.)

  • Flash Call Info en
  • Legal basis - Specific Programme H2020 en
  • WP H2020 - 1. Introduction en
  • WP H2020 - 14. Secure societies - protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens en
  • Legal basis - Framework Programme H2020 en
  • Legal basis - Rules for Participation en
  • WP H2020 - 19. General Annexes en

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European IPR Helpdesk assists you on intellectual property issues.

The European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for their recruitment

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Partner Search Services helps you find a partner organisation for your proposal.

H2020 Funding Guide your online guide on the procedures from proposal submission to managing your grant.