Accessibility CCMO due to coronavirus outbreak

The measures taken by the Cabinet as a result of the outbreak of the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19) also have an impact on the accessibility of CCMO and the submission of documents to CCMO. 

The following information is valid until 6 April 2020. Keep an eye on our news items and LinkedIn channel for updates.

CCMO accessibility

As a result of the Cabinet's call to work from home as much as possible for the time being, CCMO is now less accessible. Despite the situation that has arisen, CCMO strives to safeguard the continuity of work processes as much as possible. For the time being, however, a large proportion of the office staff will be working from home, which means that CCMO is less accessible than you are used to. We will do our utmost to deal with questions via e-mail and telephone as quickly as possible.

Notification via email about submission by post

Do you want to submit documents to CCMO by post, such as a research file, substantial amendment, administrative appeal or objection? If so, we ask you to send an email to in which you inform us that documents are on their way by post. This allows us to ensure that the submitted documents will be processed adequately after receipt. Clearly state in your email which documents are involved and which study (NL-number) your submission concerns.