TITLE

MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS OF EUROPEAN PROJECT PROPOSALS IN THE FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME 7

AUTHOR(S)
Florescu, Margareta; Balan, Mariana; Vulturescu, Viorel
PUB. DATE
June 2012
SOURCE
Internal Auditing & Risk Management;Jun2012, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
From the good practices of European project proposers comes the necessity to approach project writing for The Framework Programme. The common errors made by consortia that submitted project proposals within the FP7-2008-ENV-1 call are analysed in this paper. The analysis was made on more than 400 Evaluation Reports, for every evaluation criterion, according to both the participant's and evaluator's guide. The result of the current analysis was used to draft the pre-screening tool intended for the National Contact Points (NCP), in order to support coordinators that submitted project proposals in subsequent calls approached on theme 6 -- Environment, including climate change, of the Framework Programme 7.
ACCESSION #
80418394

 

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