A large part of the Centre’s activity is composed of projects
– logically complete complexes of works that can be shown for
a limited period of time (from a month to a year).
Project initiators/directors submit proposals for project implementation
containing the following sections: annotation, constitution
of the problem, goal and tasks, work-plan, required resources,
project evaluation, development possibilities, attachments (see
Submissions are considered and accepted/rejected by the Centre
Project Committee according to the following criteria:
of project goals to centre STRATEGIC
ability to complete the project on a high level;
of Centre resources required for project completion;
of external resources required for project completion.
The Centre reserves the right of not explicating submission refusals.
In the case of submission acceptance applicants ratify a completion
date with the Centre and sign a contract for an indicated period.
To ensure control over project completion and the availability
of required resources as indicated in the submission, the Centre
assigns a project curator from among its staff.
The contract signed by the applicant can be revoked on the curator’s
discretion in the event of inobservance of the work-plan and its
Project results are demonstrated and discussed at a presentation.
Not later than 2 weeks following the presentation project directors
submit a report detailing the project’s achievements and shortcomings.
The project is regarded as complete upon receipt of a report:
a project completion act is signed and a final accounting takes