Confidentiality Agreement For Proposal

Confidentiality Agreement For Proposal

The preparation and submission of an application usually requires meetings and exchanges of information between the project partners. At this stage, applicants should, among other things, define the work packages and describe the research idea, which can lead to the disclosure of valuable information. In order to avoid the misappropriation and use of such information that could undermine its value and protection as an intellectual property right (i.e. a patent), it is advisable to conclude a confidentiality agreement or NDA before any negotiation for the submission of a proposal. That is why we propose to the candidates, in particular the coordinator, to explain to the other project partners the advantages of an NDA and to propose a draft contract to be negotiated before further discussions. . . .


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