Receiving public money for an IEE project means meeting certain obligations in the day-to-day management of a project, for instance as regards technical and financial reporting, and communication. The terms are all clearly laid down in the grant agreement signed by the EASME and the project beneficiaries in order to ensure transparency and accountability.
Who does what?
At the EASME the project and financial officers are responsible for monitoring the projects and are the main contact point for coordinators.
Contractually, the coordinators must submit technical and financial reports according to the agreed time schedule.
These sections provide IEE project beneficiaries with useful information on how to submit a financial statement, request an amendment to the grant agreement or communicate the results, among others: