Last modified: May 28, 2019

Clarifications after Quality Assessment

28/05/2019

The Quality Assessment of the applications is running according to the schedule. The first requests for clarifications were sent today in the eMS for the applications submitted within the second Call for proposals.

Therefore, we invite the applicants to regularly CHECK THE MAILBOX IN THE eMS TO OBSERVE THE DEADLINE!

Clarifications will be sent to the eMS username assigned to the Application (the eMS username used to log in and submit the Application). Answers to the clarifications must be sent by eMS e-mail, with the relevant documents, if required, scanned and attached to the email, by the deadline specified in the email.

To ensure equal treatment for all applications, the extension of the deadline for submission of clarification answers is not allowed. In case the applicant fails to provide the requested clarifications and/or missing documents before the set deadline, the application will be assessed based on existing information and documents.

The date attesting the receipt of the request for clarifications is the date of the email sent by the Chairperson of the Selection Committee. The date attesting the receipt of the answer to the clarifications is the date of the email sent by the Lead Partner.

The Lead Partner bears full responsibility for ensuring the technical receipt of requests for clarifications.

Remember that the clarifications provided in the this evaluation phase, Quality Assessment, cannot bring new elements that would alter the initial content of the Application.


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