The organisation of Inria also includes an administrative committee, two scientific committees, and the regular visit of an outside committee.
Inria has a Board of Directors whose responsibilities are fixed by decree no. 2014-801 of 16 July 2014 amending decree no. 85-831 of 2 August 1985 relative to the organisation and operation of the Institute.
- Board of Directors
- Research agreements
- Scientific Council
- Scientific community
- Evaluation committee
- Computer science
- Administrative staff
The role of the Inria Evaluation Committee is to assess the calibre of research conducted at Inria and guarantee the quality of its hiring and internal promotions.
Since 2011, Inria has had an ad hoc body to assess the legal and ethical issues confronting staff involved in Inria missions.The Operational Committee for the Evaluation of Legal and Ethical Risks (Coerle) has a number of roles. It examines and issues an opinion on the research and experiments conducted at Inria, and on the software, knowledge and data it publishes.It approves the ethical aspects of research projects and the publication of their findings.It is also the authority on the scientific integrity of the output of Inria and its staff.
Inria, like all higher education and research institutions, is evaluated by an independent administrative authority, the High Council for the Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (Hcérès), which replaced the Agency for the Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (AERES). The AERES evaluation report on Inria for the period 2009-2012 was published in 2014. The Hcéres evaluation report on Inria for the period 2013-2017 was published on 13 June 2019.