ENSEMBLES Project Reporting
Fifth year project reporting. Please see the Year 5 Guidance notes page for completion of fifth year reports.
Every twelve months, the consortium will submit to the Commission the following four reports for the previous 12-month period.
The figure below is taken from some guidance from the Commission and shows an example for a four-year project (note: ENSEMBLES is a five-year project). Click on the thumbnail to view diagram.
1) An activity report for the previous twelve
- a management-level overview of the activities carried out by the project during the period;
- a description of progress toward its scientific and technological objectives and associated innovation-related activities;
- a description of progress toward the milestones and deliverables foreseen;
- a description of training activities, if any;
- identification of problems encountered and corrective action taken.
2) A management report for the period, containing:
a) a management-level justification of the resources deployed by each participant, linking them to activities implemented and justifying their necessity;
b) a financial part, consisting of:
- a financial statement prepared by each participant, showing the total eligible costs incurred broken down by type of activity;
- an audit certificate per participant, furnished by an independent external auditor or, in the case of a public body or international organisation, by a competent public official, certifying the overall total of eligible costs incurred by that participant;
- a summary financial report prepared by the co-ordinator, consolidating the incurred costs of the consortium and the requested Community contribution, broken down by type of activity;
- a report on the allocation of the Community financial contribution to each participant made during that period.
3) An updated implementation plan, including a detailed description of the implementation plan for the eighteen months following the twelve-month period covered by the reports above, and a revision of the overall implementation plan if needed.
4) An associated financial plan, containing an estimate of the costs to be incurred by each participant during the coming eighteen-month period, broken down by type of activity.
- Project reporting in FP6 Guidelines
- National Contact Points (who might be able to help with any specific queries you may have)
- The Model Contract site
- Management FAQs from http://www.hyperion.ie