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«COMPETITIVENESS AND INNOVATION FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME (CIP) ICT POLICY SUPPORT PROGRAMME ICT PSP WORK PROGRAMME 2012 CIP ICT PSP work programme 2012 ...»

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The following must be complied with:

E1) Timely submission as specified in the relevant Call for Proposals.

E2) Submission of a complete proposal.

E3) Compliance of the consortium composition to the rules set out in this Work Programme as reminded below

Pilot A:

The consortia must be comprised by a minimum of six relevant national administrations or a legal entity designated to act on their behalf from six different EU Member States or associated countries. If a national administration is represented in the consortium by a designated legal entity, then the national administration will need to certify that the legal entity has been designated to act on its behalf for the purpose of the pilot68.

Pilot B:

The consortia must be comprised by a minimum of four independent, legal entities from four different EU Member States or associated countries.

Best Practice Networks and Thematic Networks:

The consortia must be comprised by a minimum of seven independent legal entities from seven different EU Member States or associated countries.

Proposals not meeting the above criteria will not be accepted for evaluation.

Applicants will be excluded from participation and award if:

(a) they are bankrupt or being wound up, are having their affairs administered by the courts, have entered into an arrangement with creditors, have suspended business activities, are the subject of proceedings concerning those matters, or are in any analogous situation arising from a similar procedure provided for in national legislation or regulations;

(b) they have been convicted of an offence concerning their professional conduct by a judgment which has the force of res judicata;

(c) they have been guilty of grave professional misconduct proven by any means which the European Union can justify;

(d) they have not fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions or the payment of taxes in accordance with the legal provisions of the country in which they are established or with those of the country of the contracting authority or those of the country where the grant agreement is to be performed;

68 A template is provided in the Guide for Applicants

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(e) they have been the subject of a judgment which has the force of res judicata for fraud, corruption, involvement in a criminal organisation or any other illegal activity detrimental to the Communities' financial interests;

(f) they are currently subject to an administrative penalty imposed by the European Union in accordance with Article 96(1) of the Financial Regulation69;

(g) they are subject to a conflict of interest;

(h) they have made false declarations in supplying information required by the European Union as a condition of participation in a procurement procedure or grant award procedure or fail to supply this information;

Applicants must certify that they are not in one of the situations listed above.

Applicants making false declarations expose themselves to financial penalties and exclusion from grants and contracts70.

69 Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2006 of 25 June 2002 (OJ L 248, 16.09.2002, p. 1), as amended 70 Art. 175 of Commission Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 2342/2002 of 23 December 2002 (OJ L 357, 31 December 2002)

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ANNEX 2 - A) - AWARD CRITERIA – PILOT A Relevance Alignment with the general objectives of the ICT PSP programme and with the – addressed specific objective described under section 3 of the work programme Alignment and synergies with relevant policies, strategies and activities on European – and national level Impact Contribution of the project to the target outcome and expected impact as defined in the – specific objective addressed Long term impact: viability, sustainability and scalability beyond the phases of work – sponsored by the European Union in view of EU-wide operations. Attention should be given to the support by public entities and the capability to build support across the EU in view of reaching EU wide consensus Free availability of common results in view of implementing interoperability on EU – wide level (specifications of interfaces, protocols, architecture, etc, as well as – where appropriate - open source reference implementations of necessary components and building blocks for interoperability) Implementation Quality of the approach (taking into account specificities of the participation of – administrations) and convincing work plan with well-defined work packages, schedule, partner roles and deliverables; effectiveness of the management approach Capability and commitment of the partnership to reach the objectives of the project.

– Attention should be given to the involvement of relevant stakeholders to achieve the objectives of the proposal Appropriateness of resource allocation and estimated cost in view of the achievement of – the objectives of the proposal Specific and realistic quantified indicators provided to measure progress towards the – achievement of the addressed objectives at different stages in the project lifetime Appropriate attention to security, privacy, inclusiveness and accessibility; the – appropriate use of interoperable platforms; standards or open technical specifications and open-source components The criteria are applied in particular on the basis of the requirements specified in section 3 for the addressed objective, i.e. "focus and outcomes", "conditions and characteristics", and "expected impact".





CIP ICT PSP work programme 2012 ANNEX 2 - B) - AWARD CRITERIA – PILOT B Relevance Alignment with the general objectives of the Work Programme and the addressed – specific objective described under section 3 of the work programme Alignment and synergies with relevant policies, strategies and activities on European – and national level Maturity of the technical solution proposed, i.e. the research phase of the different – applications involved in the realisation of the pilot is complete, and integration of the different components does not imply further research work Impact Contribution of the project to the target outcome and expected impact as defined in the – specific objective addressed Capability to survive, develop and scale-up without European Union funding after the – end of the project Quality of the approach to facilitate wider deployment and use, in view of EU-wide – take-up beyond the partners, and optimal use of the project results, including dissemination plan and if applicable networking activities Implementation Capability and commitment of the consortium to reach the objectives of the project – Quality of the approach and convincing work plan with well-defined work packages, – schedule, partner roles and deliverables; effectiveness of the management approach;

adequacy of intended implementation of solutions Appropriateness of resource allocation and estimated cost in view of the achievement of – the objectives of the proposal Specific and realistic quantified indicators provided to measure progress towards the – achievement of the addressed objectives at different stages in the project lifetime Appropriate attention to security, privacy, inclusiveness and accessibility; the – appropriate use of interoperable platforms; standards or open technical specifications and open-source components The criteria are applied in particular on the basis of the requirements specified in section 3 for the addressed objective, i.e. "focus and outcomes", "conditions and characteristics", and "expected impact".

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ANNEX 2 - C) - AWARD CRITERIA - THEMATIC NETWORKS

Relevance Alignment with the general objectives of the Work Programme and with the addressed – specific objective described under section 3 of the work programme Alignment and synergies with relevant policies, strategies and activities on European – and national level Impact Capacity of the network to achieve the target outcomes and expected impact of the – addressed objective.

Viability, sustainability and scalability beyond the phases of work sponsored by the – European Union, including take-up beyond the partners Dissemination plan, free availability of common results and outcomes and the openness – of the network towards relevant organisations which are not part of the network Implementation Capability and commitment of the coordinator and the partnership to reach the – objectives of the network and to build support across the EU in view of reaching EU wide consensus Quality of the approach and convincing work plan with clear partner roles and – deliverables; effectiveness of the coordination Appropriateness of resource allocation in view of the achievement of the objectives of – the proposal, including rationale and added value for European Union contribution The criteria are applied in particular on the basis of the requirements specified in section 3 for the addressed objective, i.e. "focus and outcomes", "conditions and characteristics", and "expected impact".

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ANNEX 2 - D) - AWARD CRITERIA –BEST PRACTICE NETWORKS

Relevance Alignment with the general objectives of the work programme and with the addressed – specific objective described under section 3 of the work programme Contribution to the achievement of the objectives of the European Digital Library – initiative Impact Contribution of the project to the target outcome and expected impact as defined in the – addressed objective Capability to survive, develop and scale-up without European Union funding after the – end of the project Quality of the approach to facilitate wider deployment and use, in view of EU-wide – take-up beyond the partners and in particular of the dissemination plan and networking activities to ensure optimal use of the project results Implementation Capability and commitment of the consortium to reach the objectives of the project – Quality of the approach and convincing work plan with well-defined work packages, – schedule, partner roles and deliverables; effectiveness of the management approach;

adequacy of intended implementation of solutions Appropriateness of resource allocation and estimated cost in view of the achievement of – the objectives of the proposal Specific and realistic quantified indicators provided to measure progress towards the – achievement of the addressed objectives at different stages in the project lifetime Appropriate attention to security, privacy, inclusiveness and accessibility; the – appropriate use of interoperable platforms; standards or open technical specifications and open-source components The criteria are applied in particular on the basis of the requirements specified in section 3 for the addressed objective, i.e. "focus and outcomes", "conditions and characteristics", and "expected impact".

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ANNEX 3 – CONFORMITY WITH THE LEGAL BASE

The themes and objectives described hereafter in sections 3 and 5 refer to the three categories of actions that can be provided for under the ICT Policy Support Programme as

defined in Art. 26(2) 71 of the CIP legal base:

The WP Objectives 2.1, 2.2, 5.1 and 5.3; as well as the support to "benchmarking of – the European information society" and to "Studies, portal and/or common repositories, conferences and events" cover Point a) of Article 26.

The objectives 4.1 to 4.3 address the objectives defined under points a) and c) of Article – 26;

The WP Objective 1.1 and 5.2 addresses point b) of Article 26.

– The WP Objectives 1.2, 1.3; 2.3and 3.1 to 3.7address the objectives defined under – points b) and c) of Article 26.

71 Article 26 Establishment and objectives (2.) The ICT Policy Support Programme shall provide for the following actions:

(a) development of the Single European information space and strengthening of the internal market for ICT products and services and ICT-based products and services;

(b) stimulation of innovation through the wider adoption of and investment in ICT;

(c) development of an inclusive information society and more efficient and effective services in areas of public interest, and improvement of quality of life.

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