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Horizon Europe is the main Research and Innovation Funding Programme of the European Commission.

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Horizon 2020 is the previous Funding Programme. There are no longer calls, but projects can run until 2024.

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Digital Europe is a Funding Programme focused on bringing digital technology to businesses, citizens and administrations.

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Horizon 2020 Legal & Financial Issues

The administrative and financial framework with rules for application and project implementation of Horizon 2020 call are set-out in a Grant Agreement; the Annotated Model Grant Agreement explains extensively all details.

Your NCP contacts for this programme

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Ann Van Hauwaert

ann.vanhauwaert@fwo.be

+32 2 550 15 60

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Ria De Breucker

Ria.debreucker@vlaio.be

+32 2 553 13 77

About this programme

The administrative and financial framework with rules for application and project implementation of Horizon 2020 call are set-out in the Grant Agreement; the Annotated Model Grant Agreement explains extensively all details.

The European commission gives on a regular basis trainings with background information on coordinators' days, that can be followed live or through webstreaming. Presentations can be consulted in the documents in below.

Information on specific legal and financial topics are listed and documented in the documents in below.

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Infosheets

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Testimonial

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ROOT - Rolling Out OSNMA for the secure synchronization of Telecom networks

The ROOT project obtained funding under Horizon 2020 topic ‘EGNSS applications fostering societal resilience and protecting the environment’. The project, which ran from November 2020 to July 2022,  aimed to demonstrate the benefit of Galileo OSNMA signal to increase the robustness of critical telecom infrastructures.

The Flanders-based company Septentrio contributed substantially to completing this objective together with the other ROOT partners. The results of the project partially close a gap in the security of telecommunication networks dependent on satellite-derived time, with indirect benefits in curbing illegal attempts to disrupt network services.