TRAMI

Build and expand a core network of organisations engaged in mission-oriented policies mainly at national level, but closely tied to engaged policy actors at regional, local or thematic policy levels, as well as the European Commission as an active partner. Promote a common vision of mission-oriented policy, and enable knowledge exchange, mutual learning and the testing of mutually compatible practices of mission governance. Establish partnerships and cooperation with regional and local actors in order to guide and frame the initiatives of targeted mission hubs. Support these actors in setting up suitable governance structures aligning EU, national, regional/local levels of mission implementation.

Identification of project: Transnational cooperation on the missions approach (TRAMI)
Project number: 101056814
Identification od programmeHorizon Europe
Type of ActionCSA
Call:HORIZON-MISS-2021-COOR-01
Coordinator:JOANNEUM RESEARCH (Rakousko)
Duration2 years (2022 – 2023)
Total Project Budget€1,999,520.00 
Requested EU Contribution€1,999,520.00 


The project summary:

The overall objective of the TRAMI project is to foster the cooperation and coordination between EU-level actions and complementary national, regional and local actions in support of the implementation of missions. This shall be achieved by means of establishing a Missions Core Network (MCN) among the main institutions tasked with the implementation of the EU-missions in the MS/AS and the EC. The main role of the MCN will be to enable and facilitate interaction, knowledge exchange, mutual learning and, where necessary, coordination and alignment between MS/AC on national, regional and local levels, while seeking dialogue with mission-related governmental bodies on all levels, including the European Commission. This project will strengthen the MCN’s members’ capabilities for rapid testing, piloting, demonstrating, scaling up and de-risking of missions, with the aim of establishing structures and processes which have the potential to remain useful after the conclusions of this project, de facto creating a permanent support and service mechanism for the MS/AC and the EC.

Project activities:

Project activities are divided to 5 work packages.
WP 1 : Transnational Missions Core Network
WP 2 : Mapping of Mission-Oriented Policy Initiatives and Actors
WP 3 : Knowledge Exchange and Mutual Learning
WP 4 : Communication, Dissemination and Engagement
WP 5: Management

Participating organisations:

  1. JOANNEUM RESEARCH FORSCHUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH – AT
  2. VLAAMSE GEWEST – BE
  3. VERKET FOR INNOVATIONSSYSTEM – SE
  4. INNOVAATIORAHOITUSKESKUS BUSINESS FINLAND – FI
  5. Ministerul Cercetarii, Inovarii si Digitalizarii – RO
  6. FUNDACION ESPANOLA PARA LA CIENCIAY LA TECNOLOGIA, F.S.P., FECYT – ES
  7. ANI – AGENCIA NACIONAL DE INOVACAO, SA – PT
  8. OSTERREICHISCHE FORSCHUNGSFORDERUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH – AT
  9. MINISTERIE VAN ECONOMISCHE ZAKEN EN KLIMAAT – NL
  10. LUXINNOVATION GIE – LU
  11. ENTERPRISE IRELAND – IE
  12. NORGES FORSKNINGSRAD – NO
  13. AIT AUSTRIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GMBH – AT
  14. MINISTERIO DE CIENCIA, INNOVACION Y UNIVERSIDADES – ES
  15. NARODOWE CENTRUM BADAN I ROZWOJU – PL
  16. TECHNOLOGICKA AGENTURA CESKE REPUBLIKY – CZ
  17. DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM FUR LUFT – UND RAUMFAHRT EV – DE
  18. REGION MIDTJYLLAND – DK
  19. REGION NORDJYLLAND (NORTH DENMARK REGION) – DK
  20. REGION SJAELLAND – DK
  21. REGION HOVEDSTADEN – DK
  22. REGION SYDDANMARK – DK
  23. HARIDUS-JA TEADUS MINISTEERIUM – EE
  24. UDDANNELSES- OG FORSKNINGSSTYRELSEN – DK
  25. CENTRUM VEDECKO TECHNICKYCH INFORMACII SLOVENSKEJ REPUBLIKY – SK


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No 101056814.