After receiving your confirmation to get involved in DAPSI project, the negotiation phase starts.
The objective of the negotiation is fulfilling the legal requirements between DAPSI consortium and every selected project of the call. This is previous to the official involvement, that will be formalized with the signature of the subgrantee agreement. In the case of applying as consortium, all the partners will sign it.
To exchange all the information in this phase , you have a shared folder in OneDrive (do not send it by email). The main contact of your organisation in the proposal will receive and invitation to OneDrive soon. You can request access for more persons in your entity if you consider necessary. If you do not receive the invitation in 24h, please, let us now.
In this negotiation process, some administrative information to fill the sub grantee agreement is needed, you will find an excel file in the shared folder with the information needed for each project partner and the contract draft for your review.
Moreover, in this process, the DAPSI team will verify the status information of all the beneficiaries. For this, you should provide:
For legal entities:
Legal existence: Company Register, Official Journal and so forth, showing the name of the organization, the legal address and registration number and, if applicable, a copy of a document proving VAT registration (in case the VAT number does not show on the registration extract or its equivalent)
In the specific case of enterprises: Additional documents to prove the SME condition. There are two ways of verification:
If the applicant has been fully validated as an SME on the Beneficiary Register of the H2020 Funding & Tenders Portal, provide:
a. A screenshot of the PIC number in the Portal where the “VALIDATED” status of the company is evidenced
b. A screenshot of the SME status in the Portal (it will be valid if it is from 2020 or 2021)
If the applicant has not been fully validated as an SME on the Funding & Tenders Portal, the following documents will be required to prove the status as an SME:
a. SMEs check list: signed and stamped. The template provided includes the headcount (AWU), balance, profit & loss accounts of the latest closed financial year and the relation, upstream and downstream, of any linked or partner company. (Template available in OneDrive folder as explained below).
Any other supporting documents will be requested in cases where the information is not clear for the verification.
In case of natural persons (individuals), that do not participate as a legal entity:
A copy of the ID-card or passport of participant(s) in the project team will be required.
A proof for every participant in the project that (s)he is legally established and working in an eligible country
Documents requested above provided by 7th April
Digital Contract sent to you for signature by 14th April
Deadline for the contract to be signed by all the parties by 21st April
DAPSI – Round 2 Kick Off Meeting 23rd April