2 March 2009
In line with the Romanian Government’s commitment to reform its Public Administration and strengthen its internal technical and judiciary capabilities, three significant projects have recently been launched with WYGI appointed as technical consultants providing a range of technical and socio-economic services from its offices in both Romania and the UK.
Romania’s Ministry of Economy and Finance has appointed WYGI on two projects. The first project comprises the provision of consultancy services to contribute to the on-going development of the National School of Law Clerks that will play a critical role in Romania’s commitment to build a professional judiciary. WYGI is further supporting the Ministry of Economy and Finance on a second project that focuses on the reform of its public administration through improving the formulation of public policies. The combined value of both projects exceeds €2 million.
The Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development has also appointed WYGI to provide technical assistance to enhance the Ministry’s capacity to tender and implement technical assistance contracts funded by the European Union (EU) after the country’s full accession to the EU. This significant project to ensure Romania meets public procurement regulations is valued at €925,000.
Sergiu Dragos, Managing Director, WYG Romania commented:
“These projects are significant to Romania’s economic and social prosperity and will make a valuable contribution to the Government’s ambitions to strengthen its institutional capabilities.
We are confident that WYGI’s ability to combine a wide range of international experience with local expertise and knowledge will make a major contribution to the success of all three varied but equally important projects.”