The governance structure of the JPIs usually includes a governing board, a scientific advisory committee and a secretariat. The first activity of a JPI is to develop a joint Member State vision for the selected area – the Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) translates the vision into research priorities and objectives. Finally, the public authorities in the Member States aim their programmes and research instruments at achieving the agreed objectives, following an implementation plan adopted by the JPI. In this context, the JPIs manage the joint activities, including joint transnational calls for research projects, dissemination of results, mobility and training activities and access to research infrastructures. In November 2010, the GPC adopted voluntary guidelines for framework conditions on joint programming, to offer a list of tools and best practices and develop a standard model for JPI implementation. The JPI To Co Work project aimed at helping the JPIs adopt these framework conditions and exchange best practices. This project was integrated into the ERA LEARN 2020 platform to support public-public partnerships in 2015.