Call identifier: FP7-2013-ICT-GC
• Date of publication: 10 July 2012
: 4 December 2012 at 17.00.00 (Brussels local time)
• Indicative budget
: EUR 40 million
See indicative budget breakdown in Section 7 of the ICT work programme.
• Topics called:
Activity/ Area Objectives Funding
ICT – Information and Communication Technologies
GC-ICT-2013.6.7 Electro-mobility Collaborative
An overview of all PPP-related topics is provided in Annex 5.
• Eligibility conditions:
The general eligibility criteria are set out in Annex 2 of this work programme, and in the
guide for applicants. Please note that the completeness criterion also includes that part B
of the proposal shall be readable, accessible and printable.
Only information provided in part A of the proposal will be used to determine whether the
proposal is eligible with respect to budget thresholds and/or minimum number of eligible
The minimum number of participating entities required, for all funding schemes, is set out
in the Rules for Participation. See Appendix 1 of the ICT work programme for further
details on the minimum number of participants.
• Evaluation procedure:
A one-stage submission procedure will be followed.
Proposals will be evaluated in a single-step procedure. Proposals could be evaluated
remotely with the consensus sessions being held in Brussels.
For this call the following criteria and thresholds are applied: 1. S/T quality; 2.
Implementation; 3. Impact. For each criterion marks from 0 to 5 will be given, with the
possibility of half-point scores. Successful proposals must pass the minimum thresholds as
S/T quality 3/5
Overall threshold required 10/15
See also Annex 2: Eligibility and evaluation criteria for proposals and priority order for
proposals with the same score.
In order to ensure industrial relevance and impact of the research effort, the active
participation of industrial partners represents an added value to the activities and this will
be reflected in the evaluation.
Applicants must ensure that proposals conform to the page limits and layout given in the
Guide for Applicants, and in the proposal part B template available through the electronic
Submission Services of the Commission.
Indicative evaluation and contractual timetable:
Evaluation of proposals: January 2013. It is expected that the grant agreement
negotiations for the shortlisted proposals will start as of March 2013.
Consortia agreements are required for all actions.
• Particular requirements for participation, evaluation and implementation:
As a result of the evaluation, a ranked list of proposals retained for funding will be drawn
up by Theme as well as a reserve list of proposals that may be funded in case budget
becomes available during negotiations.
The forms of grants and maximum reimbursement rates which will be offered are specified
in Annex 3 to the Cooperation work programme.