Project Management Board (PMB)
The Project Management Board (PMB) is chaired by the Project Coordinator. It is responsible for formal decisions and the strategic management of the project, and includes the Project Coordinator (PC), the Project Manager (PM) and one designated senior representative from each partner, forming an 18-member body altogether. PMB members are responsible for taking binding decisions on behalf of the partner they represent. PMB meetings are held at least every six months (physically or virtually) in order to monitor and guide the project. The tasks and responsibilities of the PMB include:
- Management and monitoring of the project development according to the work plan.
- Guidance of the project with respect to external development and potential collaborations.
- Review of the general scientific and technical program and the project outcomes.
- Monitoring the quality assurance plan as well as the review and approval of the risk assessment.
- Conflict resolution management.
- Review and approval of financial issues.
- Supervision and advice with respect to issues of intellectual property management, dissemination, exploitation and promotion activities, assessment of ethical questions.