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The aim of action F is to coordinate activities between the project partners and manage the progressive development of the IRIS project. This action, actually, defines the tools and the methodology of the project management. The Beneficiary, ERVET is the reference point among the project partners and the subject in charge of reporting to and communicating with the European Commission, acting as the interface between the project partners and the Commission.

Action management is composed by 4 sub-actions:

  • Overall project management. Two are the main tools that support the management system:

    • the Steering Committee, composed by a representative from each one of the partners, is the decisional body that meets periodically in order to monitor the progress of the IRIS project and validate the methodological choices of the project, evaluating the results and comparing them with the foreseen activities.
    • The Advisory Board is composed by experts at national and international level and it provides a qualified external point of view on project activities.

  • Monitoring of project progress. The aim of Monitoring action is to keep the progress of the project under control. The monitoring system includes technical tools (Monitoring Tool – Monitoring plan) and responsibilities (Internal Auditor and Monitoring Team)

  • After Life Plan. The aim of this action is disseminate the project results also after the end of the project; the after-Life plan is a document that defines the communication activities that the project partners will implement to promote the IRIS approach.

  • Indicators. This set of indicators aims at monitoring the progress of the project and differs from indicators defined in “monitoring” action which quantify and assess environmental, socio-economic and  ecosystem effects of the project.