Process to gain access to the Practice toolbox
1- To get access to the toolbox, please send your information at firstname.lastname@example.org :
Description of activities (domain of competencies)
Description of role and mission in using, filling and testing the Toolbox.
Signed NDA download the NDA document
2 - From these information, we will validate or not the profile. If the profile is validated, we will send back a link to the site. You will also get 2 mails :
the first with your login
the second with password
3 - Then, the user will have access to the toolbox. The access is limited.
By sending this request, you have agreed to the NDA signed by Practice Consortium. Below, you will find a extract of this agreement. Furthermore, please find enclosed the entire agreement. You commit to sending feedback on your experience and test of the Toolbox.
Section 10: Non-disclosure of information
10.1 All information in whatever form or mode of transmission, which is disclosed by a Party (the “Disclosing Party”) to any other Party (the “Recipient”) in connection with the Project during its implementation and which has been explicitly marked as “confidential”, or when disclosed orally, has been identified as confidential at the time of disclosure and has been confirmed and designated in writing within 15 days from oral disclosure at the latest as confidential information by the Disclosing Party, is “Confidential Information”.
10.2 The Recipients hereby undertake in addition and without prejudice to any commitment of non-disclosure under the EC-GA, for a period of 5 years after the end of the Project:
not to use Confidential Information otherwise than for the purpose for which it was disclosed; not, unless provided by national law, to disclose Confidential Information to any third party without the prior written consent by the Disclosing Party; to ensure that internal distribution of Confidential Information by a Recipient shall take place on a strict need-to-know basis; and to return to the Disclosing Party on demand all Confidential Information which has been supplied to or acquired by the Recipients including all copies thereof and to delete from electronic storage devices all information known to be stored in a machine readable form and which is accessible by normal operating system commands. If needed for the recording of ongoing obligations, the Recipients may however keep copies for archival purposes only. The Recipient may also keep archival copies of any document as required by national law.
10.3 The Recipients shall be responsible for the fulfillment of the above obligations on the part of their employees and shall ensure that their employees remain so obliged, as far as legally possible, during and after the end of the Project and/or after the termination of employment. The Parties shall impose no less onerous obligations of confidentiality and use on their affiliates, subcontractors and third parties that have access to such Confidential Information.
10.4 The above shall not apply for disclosure or use of Confidential Information, if and in so far as the Recipient can show that: the Confidential Information is required to be disclosed by applicable laws or regulations or court or administrative order; the Confidential Information becomes publicly available by means other than a breach of the Recipient’s confidentiality obligations; the Disclosing Party subsequently informs the Recipient that the Confidential Information is no longer confidential; the Confidential Information is communicated to the Recipient without any obligation of confidence by a third party who is in lawful possession thereof and under no obligation of confidence to the Disclosing Party; the disclosure or communication of the Confidential Information is foreseen by provisions of the EC-GA; the Confidential Information, at any time, was developed by the Recipient completely independently of any such disclosure by the Disclosing Party; or the Confidential Information was already known to the Recipient prior to disclosure.
10.5 The Recipient shall apply the same degree of care with regard to the Confidential Information disclosed within the scope of the Project as with its own confidential and/or proprietary information, but in no case less than reasonable care.
10.6 Each Party shall promptly advise the other Party in writing of any unauthorised disclosure, misappropriation or misuse of Confidential Information after it becomes aware of such unauthorised disclosure, misappropriation or misuse.
10.7 If any Party becomes aware that it will be required, or is likely to be required, to disclose Confidential Information in order to comply with applicable laws or regulations or with a court or administrative order, it shall, to the extent it is lawfully able to do so, prior to any such disclosure, notify the Disclosing Party, and comply with the Disclosing Party’s reasonable instructions to protect the confidentiality of the information.
10.8 The confidentiality obligations under this Consortium Agreement and the EC-GA shall not prevent the communication of Confidential Information to the European Commission.