SPADATAS. Financial Procedures and Updates for Project Partners: Insights from Monica Sanchez
In a recent update, Monica Sanchez, the project coordinator, shared important information regarding financial issues for the project partners. The update included several key points, including the need for a digital signature on the Partnership Agreement to be considered valid, with one partner (P3) proceeding with post mail due to the lack of a digital signature.
Two other partners (P4 and P6) were advised to attach a copy of their recent bank statement as they did not have a bank stamp, with the statement confirming all relevant information such as account name, number/IBAN, and bank name.
The update also clarified that the Grant Agreement and Partnership Agreement must be referenced together, leading to partner concerns about the inclusion of the Lump Sum for each Work Package and the budget for each activity in the Partnership Agreement. To address this concern, the coordinator will add this information to the Partnership Agreement and share the newest version with the partners.
Partners were reminded to place signed Partnership Agreements and Financial Identification Forms in the "Signed" folder on the Share Point, which also includes the Tasks Budget for all activities in each Work Package. The coordinator will create a template for annotating expenses made on each Work Package and activity, which will be uploaded to the Share Point for all partners to use.
Overall, the update provided clear guidance on financial issues and emphasized the importance of accurate documentation and communication among project partners.
The SPADATAS project (Ref.: 2022-1-ES01-KA220-SCH-000086363) is co-financed by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union. The content of this publicacion is the sole responsibility of the consortium and neither the European Commission, nor the Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education (SEPIE) are responsible for the use that may be made of the information disclosed here.
Add new comment