With instability since July 23, a Carlos Chagas Integrated Platform (PICC), which allows the payment of scholarships to scholars in the country, was re-established on Monday, 16, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), the body associated with Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations (Meteor).
With the return of the platform, proposal submissions for scholarship calls that were in progress before the systems were no longer available will resume and their deadlines will be extended. According to CNPq, the information provided is preserved before the system begins to show instability.
Carlos Chagas is restored a little over a week later latte platform, which is also managed by the board, was completely back on the air on the 7th of last month, and both began to show instability on the 23rd of the month, when a repository intended to store data (storage) from servers caused problems. Lattes’ appeal, however, was given priority by the council.
“Our absolute priority is the latte, which is reserved. No data is lost,” said CNPq President Evaldo Villella. Statement issued earlier this month. The platform that collects information about scholarships was available again last day 7, but with partial access to jobs. Full recovery did not occur until this Monday 16th. check the New deadlines for submission of proposals at Carlos Chagas released by CNPq this morning.
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