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Auswirkungen des Brexit

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Die zu erwartenden oder bereits eingetretenen Auswirkungen des "Brexit" auf Ihren Aufgabenbereich und auf etwaige Zusammenarbeit mit Großbritannien nach dem dem "Brexit".


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Auswirkungen des Brexit [#134358]
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26. April 2019 15:54
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Antrag nach EU-Verordnungen 1049/2001 sowie 1367/2006 Sehr geehrteAntragsteller/in auf Basis der Verordnungen 1049/2001 sowie 1367/2006 bitte ich Sie um Übersendung von Dokumenten, die folgende Informationen enthalten:
Die zu erwartenden oder bereits eingetretenen Auswirkungen des "Brexit" auf Ihren Aufgabenbereich und auf etwaige Zusammenarbeit mit Großbritannien nach dem dem "Brexit".
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RE: Auswirkungen des Brexit [#134358]
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24. Mai 2019 20:50
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Dear Mr Antragsteller/in, Thank you for your mail of 26 April, referring to Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 2001 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents (Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001). Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay in responding to your message. A technical problem resulted in your message being misidentified as ‘spam’. We acknowledge receipt of your request for documents containing information on possible (or already present) implications of Brexit on the Research Executive Agency's activities and its envisaged collaboration with the United Kingdom after Brexit. We would like to seize the opportunity to clarify the nature of your request. It appears that you are requesting access to documents that contain specific information. Please note that Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 applies only to requests for access to existing documents, i.e. “any content whatever its medium (written on paper or stored in electronic form or as a sound, visual or audio-visual recording) concerning a matter relating to the policies, activities and decisions falling within the institution's sphere of responsibility” (Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001). Since your request relates to information which is not contained in existing documents, and replying would involve compiling information from a number of different documents, it should be considered as a request for information to be processed in accordance with the Code of Good Administrative Behaviour. In view of the above and in accordance with the Code of Good Administrative Behaviour, you shall receive a reply from REA within 15 working days (by 19 June). Please note that this reply relates only to information within the remit of the REA. Should you have submitted requests covering also areas falling under the responsibility of other Commission Directorates-General or other Executive agencies, such requests will be treated by the respective services. Kind regards, REA COMMUNICATION <<E-Mail-Adresse>> European Commission Research Executive Agency Unit C.1 Administration http://rea.ec.europa.eu<http://rea.e… The Research Executive Agency is issuing regular news alerts, mainly to publicise new funding opportunities and successful examples of EU-funded research. If you are interested in obtaining our latest news, please register by filling in this online form.<http://ec.europa.eu/research/_rea/index.cfm?pg=newsalert_registration> <<E-Mail-Adresse>>

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RE: Auswirkungen des Brexit [#134358]
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19. Juni 2019 19:45
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Dear Mr Antragsteller/in, Further to our reply to your query of 24 May regarding the above matter, please find below the response (in English and in German) from our services in charge. The Research Executive Agency (REA) provides funding for projects under the EU Research and Innovation Framework Programme Horizon 2020. In principle, until the UK leaves the EU, EU law continues to apply to and within the UK, when it comes to rights and obligations. This includes the eligibility of UK legal entities to fully participate and receive funding in Horizon 2020 actions. It should be noted that the following announcement is included in the Horizon 2020 - Work Programme 2018 - 2020 (http://ec.europa.eu/research/participan… ): ‘’NOTICE: Please note that until the UK leaves the EU, EU law continues to apply to and within the UK, when it comes to rights and obligations; this includes the eligibility of UK legal entities to fully participate and receive funding in Horizon 2020 actions such as those called for in this work programme. Please be aware however that the eligibility criteria must be complied with for the entire duration of the grant. If the UK withdraws from the EU during the grant period without concluding an agreement with the EU ensuring in particular that British applicants continue to be eligible, they will no longer be eligible to receive EU funding and their participation may be terminated on the basis of Article 50 of the grant agreement.’’ In addition to managing parts of Horizon 2020, REA also contracts experts for evaluating project proposals and monitoring the progress of funded projects. These experts are appointed in their personal capacity and selected based on a public call for expression of interest for which there is no nationality requirement. As such, the withdrawal of the United Kingdom has no impact on their participation. Concerning the situation post-Brexit, beyond issues of participation of UK entities in funding activities managed by REA, the cooperation modalities between the EU and the UK are under the responsibility of the European Commission, upon which REA has no mandate. DE Die Exekutivagentur für die Forschung (REA) stellt Mittel für Projekte im Rahmen des EU-Rahmenprogramms für Forschung und Innovation „Horizont 2020“ bereit. Grundsätzlich gilt bis zum Austritt des Vereinigten Königreichs aus der EU weiterhin EU-Recht für und innerhalb des Vereinigten Königreichs, wenn es um Rechte und Pflichten geht. Dazu gehört auch die Berechtigung juristischer Personen des Vereinigten Königreichs, sich in vollem Umfang an den Maßnahmen im Rahmen von Horizont 2020 zu beteiligen und Finanzmittel zu erhalten. Es sei darauf hingewiesen, dass die folgende Ankündigung im Arbeitsprogramm 2020-2018 von „Horizont 2020“ enthalten ist: (http://ec.europa.eu/research/participan… ): ‘’NOTICE: Please note that until the UK leaves the EU, EU law continues to apply to and within the UK, when it comes to rights and obligations; this includes the eligibility of UK legal entities to fully participate and receive funding in Horizon 2020 actions such as those called for in this work programme. Please be aware however that the eligibility criteria must be complied with for the entire duration of the grant. If the UK withdraws from the EU during the grant period without concluding an agreement with the EU ensuring in particular that British applicants continue to be eligible, they will no longer be eligible to receive EU funding and their participation may be terminated on the basis of Article 50 of the grant agreement.’’ Neben der Verwaltung von Teilen von „Horizont 2020“ beauftragt REA auch Experten für die Bewertung von Projektvorschlägen und die Überwachung des Fortschritts der geförderten Projekte Diese Sachverständigen werden in ihrer persönlichen Eigenschaft ernannt und auf der Grundlage einer öffentlichen Aufforderung zur Interessenbekundung ausgewählt, für die es kein Staatsangehörigkeitserfordernis gibt. Der Austritt des Vereinigten Königreichs hat daher keine Auswirkungen auf ihre Beteiligung. Was die Situation nach dem Brexit betrifft, so fallen über die Frage der Beteiligung britischer Einrichtungen an den von REA verwalteten Finanzierungsaktivitäten hinaus die Kooperationsmodalitäten zwischen der EU und dem Vereinigten Königreich unter der Verantwortung der Europäischen Kommission, für die REA kein Mandat hat. REA COMMUNICATION <<E-Mail-Adresse>> European Commission Research Executive Agency Unit C.1 Administration http://rea.ec.europa.eu<http://rea.e… The Research Executive Agency is issuing regular news alerts, mainly to publicise new funding opportunities and successful examples of EU-funded research. If you are interested in obtaining our latest news, please register by filling in this online form.<http://ec.europa.eu/research/_rea/index.cfm?pg=newsalert_registration> <<E-Mail-Adresse>> From: REA INFO <<Name und E-Mail-Adresse>> Sent: Friday, May 24, 2019 8:50 PM To: '<< Adresse entfernt >> [#134358]' <<Name und E-Mail-Adresse>> Cc: REA INFO <<Name und E-Mail-Adresse>> Subject: RE: Auswirkungen des Brexit [#134358] Dear Mr Antragsteller/in, Thank you for your mail of 26 April, referring to Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 2001 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents (Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001). Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay in responding to your message. A technical problem resulted in your message being misidentified as ‘spam’. We acknowledge receipt of your request for documents containing information on possible (or already present) implications of Brexit on the Research Executive Agency's activities and its envisaged collaboration with the United Kingdom after Brexit. We would like to seize the opportunity to clarify the nature of your request. It appears that you are requesting access to documents that contain specific information. Please note that Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 applies only to requests for access to existing documents, i.e. “any content whatever its medium (written on paper or stored in electronic form or as a sound, visual or audio-visual recording) concerning a matter relating to the policies, activities and decisions falling within the institution's sphere of responsibility” (Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001). Since your request relates to information which is not contained in existing documents, and replying would involve compiling information from a number of different documents, it should be considered as a request for information to be processed in accordance with the Code of Good Administrative Behaviour. In view of the above and in accordance with the Code of Good Administrative Behaviour, you shall receive a reply from REA within 15 working days (by 19 June). Please note that this reply relates only to information within the remit of the REA. Should you have submitted requests covering also areas falling under the responsibility of other Commission Directorates-General or other Executive agencies, such requests will be treated by the respective services. Kind regards, REA COMMUNICATION <<E-Mail-Adresse>> European Commission Research Executive Agency Unit C.1 Administration http://rea.ec.europa.eu<http://rea.e… The Research Executive Agency is issuing regular news alerts, mainly to publicise new funding opportunities and successful examples of EU-funded research. If you are interested in obtaining our latest news, please register by filling in this online form.<http://ec.europa.eu/research/_rea/index.cfm?pg=newsalert_registration> <<E-Mail-Adresse>>