Cooperation Tool 4: Overview

CooperationTool is a Web application aimed at supporting the collaborative work of geographically distributed research teams involved in European research projects. The tool allows to track all project activities and to build a repository of all project information, including documentation and results. A key objective is to help in the coordination and management of research projects, saving time and avoiding many common problems. Started 15 years ago, Cooperation Tool is now at version 4, with even more functionality and improved features. New aspects include complete coverage of financial and administrative management (budget, accounting) and of dissemination activities.

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Framework contract signed with UITP

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UITP, the International Association of Public Transport, signed a framework contract with CNC, in order to be able to use the Cooperation Tool for the management of their European research projects, at special favourable conditions. Such decision came after many years of fruitful collaboration, ...

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Cooperation Tool supporting financial administration of Shift2Rail The Cooperation Tool is now supporting the financial administration of a Joint Undertaking, including IKOP-IKAA declarations. JU Members will be able to submit their declarations, even in multiple versions, as well as upload the related certificate. The JU can check and approve the declarations ...

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Cooperation Tool is the choice of Shift2Rail The Cooperation Tool was selected by the Shift2Rail JU as the tool to be used in all research projects started by their Members. Following a call for tenders, Shift2Rail received and evaluated several proposals, finally choosing the solution proposed by CNC. The contract covers 4 years, ...

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