Framework Agreement Cascade
The grant contract includes two types of procedures: service contracts include study or technical assistance activities, carried out on the basis of the CTA`s terms of reference. Services may be provided by individuals and/or morals. Contracts are awarded according to the following procedures: A grant can only be awarded to a non-commercial project, i.e. a non-profit project. Grant recipients generally have non-commercial status: NGOs and other non-profit organizations. Delivery contracts are used for the purchase or leasing of products. Product delivery may also include investment, installation and maintenance activities. From August 1, 2017 – Website Version 3.0 – Updated October 2017 A grant is a direct financial contribution in the form of a grant, intended to finance an action to facilitate the achievement of a goal that is part of a CTA policy. The process for awarding grant contracts, known as a “call for proposals,” is not reserved for any activation threshold. A cost-sharing contract is signed between the CTA and the partner, most often as part of a partnership with the CTA and the partner for the implementation of a project. The project is usually proposed by the CTA partner, but formulated in a joint effort. Cost-sharing contracts are concluded as part of an exceptional procedure. A grant is for a project proposed by a potential recipient (“applicant”) to the CTA that is part of the recipient`s standard activity.
(ii) a direct allocation procedure without a waiver of proposals). The aim of this guide is to take a comprehensive approach to provide all users with the information they need to enter into a contract or grant a grant, from the first phase to the awarding of contracts. This guide sets out contractual procedures for the full range of external CTA contracts. Supply contracts are awarded according to the following procedures: