VITALISE aims to enable effective and convenient access to key European research infrastructures, governed by Living Labs. This will enhance the knowledge and quality of research for European researchers in the Health and Wellbeing domain. That is why WP8, WP9, WP10 and WP12 which are the Work Packages (WPs) for managing Transnational and Virtual Access to research infrastructures have a central role in the VITALISE work plan. WP2 and WP3 include work to be done regarding the Harmonization of procedures and the development of ICT tools to support Transnational and Virtual Access. WP4 is used as a means to better prepare researchers and enlarge the community and have the primary goal to enhance the support provided to research community. WP11 servers as a mean to identify the projects that will add value to European Research Area. WP5, WP6, WP7 are the Joint Research Activities performed within the consortium partners that will improve, in quality and quantity, the integrated services provided by the Research infrastructures and act as a “testing-bed” for the Harmonization outputs. WP1 and WP13 are the Management and Dissemination, Exploitation WPs that will run across the project to assure the overall quality of implementation and openness to European society and Research Community.