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Plan S: A European Open Access Mandate

C Users Kalliroi AppData Local Packages Microsoft.SkypeApp kzf8qxf38zg5c LocalState 9e8410de 36a2 4704 af2f 2c032c66ffeaOpenAIRE welcomes the announcement of the ambitious ‘Plan S’, launched by cOAlition S, a coalition of 11 national funding organisations. This is an important step towards an open and transparent environment for research, where all kinds of research outputs can be openly accessed, linked, enriched and archived. We expect that this initiative will accelerate the transition to Open Access and Open Science, complementing the existing efforts, with the aim of making all publicly funded research publications Open Access by 2020.

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When are publications eligible for funding?

The FP7 Post-Grant Open Access Pilot policy guidelines state that eligible FP7 projects are those "finished no longer than two years ago at funding request submission time". 

"Projects are eligible to receive funding after the project has ended and up to 2 years after the project official end date (based on project information in the CORDIS database http://cordis.europa.eu).

If the project is no longer eligible to receive funding, there will be a notification upon submission. This can be overruled by the administrator if the acceptance and invoice date prove that the publication falls within the eligibility window, despite the date of submisson falling out of it.

Occasional exceptions may be made to this rule when a project was extended or had an early termination. Please get in contact with us in order to suggest a system update if this is the case for your project.

The funding needs to be requested upon acceptance of the manuscript. The Pilot is not aimed at retroactively reimbursing fees for papers that have been published already.

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