I am a little bit confused and not a native speaker.
When something should happen in the future (e.g. if you set yourself a goal), but you state it like it has already happened. How do you call this tense?
For example here these sentences:
"A data management system is implemented."
"The capacities of private and public stakeholders are strengthened."
"New or improved approaches promoting specific activities are tested."
"Options for a sustainable improvement of the train service quality are developed."
"Evaluations with options for replication are available."
"A jointly developed market model is available."
"Further implementation by the municipality is decided."
"Internationally proven approaches are demonstrated for the first time"
Is it legit to use this tense or should I stick to another tense within these sentences?
Is there a name of this tense? (Present Future Continuous? Is there something like that?)