FP6 financial management - best practice update - Brussels, Belgium, 16 March

February 14, 2006

Brussels, 13 Feb 2006

A workshop on best practice in relation to financial management under the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on 16 March.

The workshop will include sessions on:

  • problem areas in financial management and reporting;
  • assessing risk in research projects;
  • developing management procedures and processes;
  • working with outside auditors;
  • preparing for a Commission audit.

    An open discussion on how scientists and administrators can work more effectively together will also take place.

    For further information, please contact:
    Berkley Associates
    Tel: +32 2 219 0532
    Fax: +32 2 219 0498

    CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2005
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