Department for Human Resources, Financial Management and Legal Assistance



It is the organizational structure aimed at coordinating operational implementation of projects with external and national funding and it was founded to increase institutional performance and improve the access to national and international funding sources.
DHRPM is a department of business management for consulting and implementing projects for accessing European funding through programmmes such as SOP HRD (Human Resources Development Sectoral Operational Programme), ROP (Regional Operational Programme), SOP (Sectoral Operational Programme Increase of Economic Competitiveness) WFD SOP (Sectoral Operational Programme Administrative Capacity), SOP (Sectoral Operational Programme), SOP (Sectoral Operational Programme Transport), RDP (National Programme for Rural Development), PO Fishing , Territorial Cooperation Programmes (Cross Border Cooperation , Transnational and Interregional), PN II (National Research, Development and Innovation from 2007 to 2013) and FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme).


DHRPM vision follows on the strategy set at the European Council in Lisbon in 2000, in line with the efforts for gradual convergence towards the recent EU policy guidelines, dictated by the need to increase the capacity and competitiveness of scientific research systems in PN II 2007-2013 and their compatibility with similar systems in EU countries.

DHRPM mission is to stimulate business development and project implementation for accessing European and national funds.

DHRPM objectives are:
a. to increase the visibility of Romanian Scientific Society of Interdisciplinary Research at the regional, national and European level;
b. to train and develop the human resources involved in projects;
c. to initiate, promote and counsel inter and multidisciplinary cooperation projects;
d. to support the achievement of performance indicators in the organization
e. to develop progressively the initial heritage of the institution after activities performed in the projects implemented by national and international funding.
In order to achieve the strategies and management policies of the organization DHRPM aims:
a. to facilitate access to European Structural Funds programmes;
b. to assist in project development and partnerships build-up;
c. to follow and advise the implementation of operational plan on various financing programs;
d. to monitor contracted projects financed through the European structural funds.
e. to establish relations for external cooperation with foreign management authorities, implementation units, regional bodies, departments of Regional Development Agency, the County Councils, Local Councils, other authorities, institutions and organizations competent in projects implementation of European structural funds and with similar foreign entities.
DHRPM performs the following activities:
a. maintains the department website which provides the transfer and knowledge dissemination of project management, financing schemes, documentation related (good practice guides on projects, references and documentation from country and abroad, etc..), integration with national and international mission and objectives joint specific;
b. sets up and develops a database on project management with European structural funds according to programmes’ type and a database of potential partners on thematic areas;
c. advises at the planning and application stage of proposals, in project management, announces in advance deadlines for submission of proposals, solve problems that require responses at the national or international level, develops documents required for various types of projects;
d. registers proposals for projects and contracts;
e. checks and endorses the implementation of contracts;
f. provides assistance during the implementation of projects submitting interim and final reports, checking on reports for the Chairman;
g. initiates international cooperation and partnerships and supports the networking and thematic European projects funded by EU structural funds;
h. updates the Chairman once new regulations are published (laws, rules, instructions, etc..) which are likely to lead to significant changes in activity, and to require, as appropriate, decisions from the top management.
The Management of International Crises since 1919 up Today
Ideas Programme – Exploratory Workshops, – 2012 Competition
The Cultural and Historic Patrimony in the First World War –
Administration of the National Cultural Fund Project
Digital History and the Digitalization of the Cultural Patrimony –
Human Resources Development Operational Programme


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