TITLE

Project Management Approach of the European Funds 2007-2013 for Romania

AUTHOR(S)
Postavaru, Nicolae
PUB. DATE
June 2008
SOURCE
AACE International Transactions;2008, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In Romania, ICEC is represented by the Association for Management, Consulting and Technology in Construction, and IPMA is represented by Project Management Romania. Both professional associations want to promote cost engineering and project management in the investment programs of the European Community. Since 1st January 2007, Romania became a member of this community and so, as other countries: Spain, Portugal or Greece did benefits of post funds adhesion, which for this period are about 19 billions Eur. (over 25 billiards dollars). These funds cover various domains, and in the article it is illustrated their importance for both: investors and firms. The author of the article provides consulting services for those who want to access the European funds, and may respond to any questions regarding the approach of the projects.
ACCESSION #
33720014

 

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