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What are the reporting requirements for Eurostars at European level and who in the project consortium is responsible for fulfilling them?

Participants of approved projects are required to report (in English) on the progress of their project during its life cycle. Three different documents are sent by the EUREKA Secretariat, which will be used as monitoring documentation:

  • Project Progress Reports (PPR): reporting on the technical progress made. This report is sent at six-month intervals.
  • Final report: one-off report for completed projects.
  • Market Impact Reports (MIR): yearly reports after successful completion of the project.

It is the responsibility of the main participant to ensure that the completed reports are sent to the EUREKA Secretariat at before the mentioned deadline.

The purpose of reporting is to allow the EUREKA Secretariat to actively monitor and follow-up running Eurostars projects.

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