FP6 Workshop, Italy

May 26, 2004

Brussels, 25 May 2004

The Italian Agency for the Promotion of European Research, APRE, is organising a workshop on the contractual and administrative aspects of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), to be held in Rome, on 1 and 2 June.

APRE will provide guidance for participants on the administrative, financial and accountancy phases of EU projects.

The themes discussed will include the drafting of the budget and the activities relating to the mode of negotiation and the final report.

For further information, please visit:

or contact:
Mara Gualandi
APRE - Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea
E-mail gualandi@apre.it

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