Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme
Managing Approved Grants
On this page, you may find management and visual identity guidelines for ongoing SPS Multi-Year Projects and Events (Advanced Research Workshops, Advanced Training Courses and Advanced Study Institutes).
The information below is intended for reference by current beneficiaries of ongoing SPS grants. Potential applicants may also consult this page to gain insights into the management of current and past SPS activities. However, guidelines for the management of SPS Multi-Year Projects and Events are regularly updated. When developing a new application in response to a call for proposals, it is essential to download and refer to guidelines and templates provided alongside the call for proposals itself. Applications that do not meet this requirement will not be considered eligible for funding.
Management of SPS Events
Management of SPS Multi-Year Projects
SPS Multi-Year Projects Handbook
- Project Quick Start
- Table of Threshold Amounts
- Competitive Bidding Template
- Property Inventory Procedure
- Stipend Receipt Template
- CV Template
- Mission Expenses
- Regulations and Accounting for Mission Expenses
- Mission Expense Form (MEF)
- MEF: Example
- Daily rates of subsistence allowance / NATO per diem rates 2015
- Six-monthly Progress Reports (Templates and Budget)
- Project Closure
Visual identity guidelines
Beneficiaries of the Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme are required to comply with specific visual identity guidelines for their communication tools. These visual identity guidelines must be applied to all communication tools (publications, posters, websites, letterheads, notepaper, etc.) produced in the context of activities supported by the Programme, and comprise a signature SPS banner.
Download the SPS visual identity guidelines below:
- Visual identity guidelines in English
- Visual identity guidelines in French
- Visual identity guidelines in Russian
- Visual identity guidelines in Ukrainian
Download below our graphics packages, which include banners, letterheads and presentation templates to be used in the context of any activities supported by the SPS Programme.