Briefing on FP6 financial management, reporting & auditing

October 25, 2004

Brussels, 22 Oct 2004

A briefing on the financial management principles governing Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) projects, with special reference to Integrated Projects, Networks of Excellence and STREPS, will be held in Brussels, Belgium, on 2 December.

The main themes of the event will be:
- the principle sources of reference for the financial rules;
- the financial rules and the FP6 instruments;
- eligible costs and subcontracting;
- building a budget and the allocation of resources;
- collective responsibility and the management of liability;
- reporting and annual reviews under FP6;
- audit and practical issues.

For further information, please contact:
Berkley Associates

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