Do I need to become a member of the SESAR Deployment Manager consortium to be part of deployment planning and to get access to the grants of the INEA agency?

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Cliff Van Craen

No. Every stakeholder receiving a grant from the Innovation & Networks Executive Agency (INEA) will have to become a member of the Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA) of the Deployment Manager to get access to the grants, but it is not mandatory to become a member of the SESAR Deployment Manager consortium.

All operational stakeholders who have been awarded by INEA for an implementation project and who have signed the FPA, its Internal Cooperation Agreement (ICA) and the Specific Grant Agreement (SGA), could also apply to become a member of the SESAR Deployment Manager consortium afterwards, in accordance with the procedure laid down in the ICA.

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