The easiest way is to send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and express your interest in participating in the working group. You`ll hear from us very quickly, because we want you on the team! The Chief Operating Officer submits the proposal for the operational programme and any proposed amendments to the Commission for approval. The main elements of the 2014 MIE calls and the outlook for the 2015 MIE calls for transport show that the promotion of partnerships does indeed lead to a European-wide partnership involving all operational actors and Member States involved in the implementation of the PCP. The MDS acts as an intermediary under an EU regulation. States and their stakeholders are already bound or „constrained“ by the regulation. The SDM is intended to help stakeholders implement what they are already entitled to implement (EU Implementation Regulation 716/2014 of the Commission). As a result, there is nothing more SDM to be „forced.“ On the contrary, if SDM finds that there is a gap in implementation (missing projects), it could be aimed at stakeholders who do not submit the expected projects, analyze their show stoppers and collaborate with them to create an environment conducive to their individual investment choices. Under the principle of no retroactivity, no subsidy can be granted retroactively for actions already completed. The cost eligibility period begins as stated in the specific grant agreement. If a partner can demonstrate that the measure must be launched before the agreement is signed, the expenses may be authorized before the grant is granted. In these cases, eligible costs may not be incurred before the date of application for the grant.
In particular, airline stakeholders have a strong need for global interoperability and harmonized standards – due to the high and long and long investment cycles that need to be planned in advance – and the MDS will make significant contributions to assisting airlines and other ATM stakeholders in the respective aspects of the provision of SESAR and the implementation of PCP/further implementation. New tools, processes and techniques to support supply It is up to the manufacturing industry to put in place the necessary work arrangement to cooperate with SDM in the most efficient way possible. SdM encourages all labour agreements that could lead to some kind of manufacturing priority in making SESAR available. The SESAR-DFP PROGRAMME has made considerable efforts and has shown a strong willingness to be implemented at an early stage, facilitating and ultimately facilitating and ultimately, in response to the call for proposals from the 2014 MIE Transport Conference, a considerable number of implementation projects with a significant positive impact on performance. Although the MDS did not yet exist at the time of the implementation of the MIE`s call for transport in 2014, all the partners of the SRDar DFP have committed themselves „to the Constitution“ and are strongly committed to this process. Within two months of its formal implementation, the MDS was able to scan project proposals received from operational stakeholders in accordance with the PCP Regulation and provide them with the expertise and advice needed to further develop qualitative applications. This early implementation resulted in the allocation of 84 implementation projects, which could be considered pioneering work for the coordinated and synchronized use of SESAR. Sesar Deployment Alliance is committed to cooperating closely and openly with all stakeholders involved in the SESAR deployment process. A strong stakeholder consultation platform has been set up to gather input from operational stakeholders on the MDS proposals. Other stakeholders will be consulted, or even directly associated with the work of the SDM, as part of a series of cooperation agreements (CA) under development.