GA CR does not mandatorily require open access to project results, however, according to the tender documentation, it considers this form of publication to be appropriate, if the customs in the given field, the nature of the results and the conditions of the project allow it. Alternatively, publication outputs may be transferred to open digital archives in accordance with the publisher's license terms.
KAPPA Programme (CZ RESEARCH Program EEA and Norway Funds 2014-2021)
Beneficiaries in the KAPPA programme are required to ensure open access to all the J-type project results, i.e., peer-reviewed scientific articles, and to all underlying data related to such publications. Research data should be managed responsibly, in line with the FAIR principles (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable), and should be made available in line with the principle “as open as possible, as closed as necessary”. Beneficiaries are further required to submit a Data Management Plan within the first six months of the project where they describe what data will be created, processed and / or collected.
You can find more detailed information about the requirements along with a guide how to fulfil them on the TA CR website.
Although AZV CR does not mandatorily require open access to results from funded projects, open access may increase the intensity of basic support if “the project results are publicly disseminated through conferences, publications, open access resources or free or open source software”.
See the tender documentation (in Czech only) for more information.