FP6 financial management workshop, UK

October 12, 2004

Brussels, 11 Oct 2004

A workshop on understanding the principles of financial management in the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) will take place in Cambridge, the UK, on 10 November.

The event will include information sessions on the FP6 financial rules, how they work with each of the FP6 instruments, eligible costs and sub-contracting, how to build a project budget and how to tackle budget cuts. Collective responsibility and the management of liability, as well as reporting and audit matters, will also be addressed.

For more information, please contact Walker Associates:
E-mail: walkerassociates@ntlworld.com
Tel: +44 7720717965

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