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Council Decision of 19 December 2006 concerning the Specific Programme to be carried out by means of direct actions by the Joint Research Centre implementing [...] (2007 to 2011) (2006/977/Euratom)

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Abstract

Council Decision of 19 December 2006 concerning the Specific Programme to be carried out by means of direct actions by the Joint Research Centre implementing the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) for nuclear research and training activities (2007 to 2011) (2006/977/Euratom)
In accordance with Article 7 of the Treaty, Council Decision 2006/975/Euratom of 19 December 2006 concerning the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) for nuclear research and training activities (2007-2011) (hereinafter referred to as "the Framework Programme") is to be implemented through specific programmes that define detailed rules for their implementation, fix their duration and provide for the means deemed necessary.
The Joint Research Centre, hereinafter referred to as "the JRC", should implement the research and training activities carried out by means of the so-called Direct Actions under a JRC Specific Programme implementing the Euratom Framework Programme.
In implementing its mission, the JRC should provide customer driven scientific and technical support to the EU policy making process, ensuring support to the implementation and monitoring of existing policies and responding to new policy demands. In order to achieve its mission the JRC should carry out research of the highest comparable European quality, including by maintaining its own level of scientific excellence.
In implementing this specific programme, emphasis should be given to promoting the mobility and training of researchers, and innovation, in the Community. In particular, the JRC should undertake appropriate training activities in nuclear safety and security.

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Record Number: 8378 / Last updated on: 2007-02-08
Category: POLI
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