Call identifier: H2020-SEC-2016-2017 Publication date: 14 October 2015
25 August 2017 14:53
A total of 131 proposals have been submitted in response to this call. The number of proposals for each topic is shown below including the indicative budget of the topic:
- SEC-04-DRS-2017: 1 proposal (indicative budget: 10 M€);
- SEC-05-DRS-2016-2017: 13 proposals (indicative budget: 13.75 M€);
- SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017: 20 proposals (indicative budget: 16.5 M€, common with SEC-18-BES-2017);
- SEC-09-FCT-2017: 1 proposal (indicative budget: 10 M€);
- SEC-10-FCT-2017: 9 proposals (indicative budget: 16 M€);
- SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017: 26 proposals (indicative budget: 16.5 M€);
- SEC-13-BES-2017: 1 proposal (indicative budget: 10 M€);
- SEC-15-BES-2017: 9 proposals (indicative budget: 8 M€);
- SEC-16-BES-201: 13 proposals (indicative budget: 8 M€);
- SEC-17-BES-2017: 7 proposals (indicative budget: 5 M€);
- SEC-18-BES-2017: 6 proposals (indicative budget: 16.5 M€, common with SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017)
- SEC-21-GM-2016-2017: 25 proposals (indicative budget: 16.3 M€);
The evaluation of the proposals will start by mid-September and will be closed by the end of the year. Applicants will be informed on the outcome of the evaluations in mid-January 2018.
27 June 2017 09:52
Please note that following the publication of the revised version of the Secure Societies 2016-2017 work programme the following budget modifications apply:
- SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017 and SEC-18-BES-2017: new common budget 16.5 MEUR
- SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017: new budget 16.5 MEUR (more than one proposal can be funded under the only open subtopic "Others")
- SEC-17-BES-2017: new budget 5 MEUR
- 01 March 2017 00:30 The submission session is now available for: SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017(RIA), SEC-09-FCT-2017(PCP), SEC-16-BES-2017(RIA), SEC-04-DRS-2017(PCP), SEC-17-BES-2017(RIA), SEC-18-BES-2017(RIA), SEC-10-FCT-2017(IA), SEC-13-BES-2017(PCP), SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017(RIA), SEC-05-DRS-2016-2017(RIA), SEC-15-BES-2017(IA), SEC-21-GM-2016-2017(CSA)
24 February 2017 09:40
Meaning of practitioners
A practitioner is someone who is qualified or registered to practice a particular occupation, profession in the field of security or civil protection.
Applicants are invited to identify clearly which members of the consortium they consider "practitioners" in the specific context of their proposal, and to include a clear description of their respective role and added-value as practitioners.
The CSA under Call DRS-18-2015, the BROADMAP project (grant agreement No 700380), has delivered findings as to whether or not there is need to establish a new organisation prior to Phase 1 of a PCP. The BROADMAP project has also delivered specifications and tender documents, available here:
Core set of technical specifications and tender documents
Following this, and taking into account the outcome of the project, the Commission will soon decide to modify the call.
The catalogue containing the list of technologies as referred to in the topic description of the work programme stemming from part a) of the topic can be found under the following link:
Catalogue of Technologies
The following sub-topics remain open:
Sub-topic 2 "New methods to prevent, investigate and mitigate cybercriminal behaviours";
Sub-topic 3 "New methods to prevent, investigate and mitigate corruption and financial crime to fight the infiltration of organised crime in the European Union (licit) economy";
Sub-topic 4 "New methods to prevent, investigate and mitigate high impact petty crimes";
Sub-topic 5 "New methods to prevent, investigate and mitigate high impact domestic violence".
Sub-topic 1 "New methods for the protection of crowds during mass gatherings" has been covered in the 2016 calls and is no longer open.
The sub-topic: "Others" remains open.
The following sub-topics have been covered in the 2016 calls and are no longer open:
Sub-topic 1 "Cyber-crime: virtual/crypto currencies des-anonymisation/tracing/impairing where they support underground markets in the darknet";
Sub-topic 2 "Detection and neutralization of rogue/suspicious light drone/UAV flying over restricted areas, and involving as beneficiaries, where appropriate, the operators of infrastructure";
Sub-topic 3 "Video analysis in the context of legal investigation".
The relevant findings as referred to in the topic description of the work programme - elaborated in the CSA CIVILEX (700197) financed under topic BES-11-2015 - can be found under the following link:
CSA CIVILEX Main Findings
Based on the outcome of the 2016 call, the following revised sub-topic conditions apply:
A. The following disciplines have been covered in the 2016 calls and are no longer open: firefighters, police. The following remain open: intelligence bodies; border guards, coast guards, and custom authorities; explosive specialists; forensic laboratories; medical emergency teams; think-tanks on security; etc.
B. The following geographical area has been covered in the 2016 call and is no longer open: the Danube river basin. The following remain open: the Mediterranean region (including the Black Sea), the Arctic and North Atlantic region, the Baltic region.
C. This category has been covered and is no longer open.
20 January 2017 17:29
An overview of the evaluation results (flash call info) is now available under the tab ‘Call documents’
30 August 2016 10:02
A total of 183 proposals were submitted in response to this call. The number of proposals for each budget split is shown below:
- SEC-01-DRS-2016: 21 proposals (indicative budget: 8 M€);
- SEC-02-DRS-2016: 6 proposals (indicative budget: 1.5 M€);
- SEC-03-DRS-2016: 2 proposals (indicative budget: 8 M€);
- SEC-05-DRS-2016-2017: 3 proposals (indicative budget: 2 M€);
- SEC-06-FCT-2016 and SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017: 48 proposals (indicative budget: 17 M€);
- SEC-08-FCT-2016, SEC-11-FCT-2016 and SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017: 50 proposals (indicative budget: 27.25 M€);
- SEC-14-BES-2016: 11 proposals (indicative budget: 10 M€);
- SEC-19-BES-2016 and SEC-20-BES-2016: 25 proposals (indicative budget: 24 M€);
- SEC-21-GM-2016-2017: 17 proposals (indicative budget: 15.5 M€);
The evaluation of the proposals is planned to start by mid-September 2016 and will be closed by the end of December 2016. Applicants will be informed on the outcome of the evaluations before the end of January 2017.
27 July 2016 09:09
A revised version of the Work programme has been adopted for 2016-2017 on July 25 2016. The main changes concern:
- New provisions on Open Access Data have been added for 2017 calls with an opening date on or after 26/07/2016.
- Topic long description has changed for SEC-15-BES–-2017, SEC-16-BES-2017, SEC-17-BES-2017.
- Budget has changed for SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017 , SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017, SEC-21-GM-2016-2017.
- 15 March 2016 15:36 The submission session is now available for: SEC-21-GM-2016-2017(CSA), SEC-14-BES-2016(RIA), SEC-07-FCT-2016-2017(RIA), SEC-02-DRS-2016(CSA), SEC-03-DRS-2016(IA), SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017(RIA), SEC-19-BES-2016(IA), SEC-05-DRS-2016-2017(CSA), SEC-08-FCT-2016(RIA), SEC-20-BES-2016(IA), SEC-11-FCT-2016(RIA), SEC-06-FCT-2016(RIA), SEC-01-DRS-2016(IA)
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