Example: you take 9 credits at Boise State (home institution) and 3 credits at the College of Western Idaho (host institution). With an approved consortium agreement, you are considered a full-time (12 credits) and you are entitled to a full-time stipend at Boise State. In order to make the most of time and resources, the preparation of this agreement is therefore, just after the publication of the publication by the Commission, that the project has been selected for funding and before the Commission requests the signature of the grant agreement. This period is approximately three months, which is sufficient for the preparation and conclusion of the consortium agreement. Note: Consortium agreements are only accepted after the census date of the host school. If you take courses at more than one of the Idaho colleges within the consortium, your credits may be combined for financial support purposes. Boise State, College of Western Idaho and College of Southern Idaho all participate in the consortium agreement. With an approved consortium agreement, you can increase your eligibility. That said, there is one important point to consider: preparing a Horizon 2020 consortium agreement requires a significant investment of time, resources and legal resources. If the project is not funded by the European Commission, such an allocation of money and time will be mostly (and unfortunately) lost. Continued regulation of NP issues is not mandatory, but is strongly recommended for unionized partners. The following IP-related issues can be taken into account in the consortium agreement: there is a clear motivation to start developing the agreement as soon as possible. This may be the case during the preparation phase of the offer, during which operational relations between the partners are formed and tasks are assigned.
It is a good practice to ensure that the project is well planned before submission, including all legal aspects. This practice can help avoid unwanted disputes between partners. A consortium agreement is a binding contract signed between the partners of a Horizon 2020 interconnection project. The Horizon 2020 grant agreement (Article 41(3)) states that `beneficiaries shall have internal provisions as regards their implementation and coordination in order to ensure the proper implementation of the action. These internal agreements must be the subject of a written “consortium agreement” between the beneficiaries under Horizon 2020. So what do you need to know about this agreement and the implementation process? Keep reading to learn more. Desca (Development of a Simplified Consortium Agreement) is the most popular of several Horizon 2020 model consortium agreements. It is the result of a cooperation project supported by the European Commission. Its result is a typical consortium agreement that anyone can use as the basis for a specific consortium agreement for a given project.
The DESCA type consortium agreement is available for free download….