Organisation chart for EuropeAid Co-operation Office (16 March 2005) by bradbutler

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									Organisation chart for EuropeAid Co-operation Office (16 March 2005)
Director-General (1) K. Richelle Deputy Director-General (1) Assistant J.J. Collin 04. Central management of thematic budget lines (2) J. Puyol Pinuela 05. Finance, Contracts and Audit for thematic budget lines F. Melendro Arnaiz (A/3) 06. Special Contracts Management (15) ---------Adviser S. Della Monica (A/3) H. Richardson Assistant E. Toledano Laredo H. Stausboll

01. Co-ordination and organisation strategies F. Ceriani Sebregondi

02. Internal audit capability O. Scott-Larsen (A/3)

03. Evaluation J.L. Chomel (A/3)

Directorate A Europe, Southern Mediterranean, Middle-East and Neighbourhood Policy (3) R. Weber A1. Geographical coordination and supervision for Europe B. Luecke A2. Geographical coordination and supervision for the Mediterranean and Middle-East J. Duynhouwer A3. Centralised operations for Europe, the Mediterranean and Middle-East C. Montesi (A/3) A4. Nuclear Safety J.P. Joulia (A/3) A5. Finance, Contracts and Audit for Europe, the Mediterranean and Middle-East J.L. Ville (A/3) A6. Twinning operations (15) M. Mazzocchi Alemanni (A/3)

Directorate B Latin America F. Cardesa Garcia B1. Geographical coordination and supervision for Latin America D. Salord (A/3) B2. Centralised operations for Latin America R. Gambini (A/3) B3. Finance, Contracts and Audit for Latin America M. De Coninck (A/3)

Directate C Sub-Saharan Africa, Caribbean, Pacific G. Quince C1. Geographical coordination and supervision for ACPs (16) M. Barfod C2. Geographical coordination and supervision for ACPs (17) A. Kaminara C3. Coord. Intra-ACP and OCTs, pan-African issues and horizontal aspects M. Amado C4. Centralised operations for the ACP Countries J.L. Trimiño (A/3) C5. Finance, Contracts and Audit for the ACP countries C. Eich (A/3) C6. Peace Facility (15) C. Hebberecht C7. Water Facility (15) A. Mariani

Directorate D Asia and Central Asia (4) E. Muller D1. Geographical coordination and supervision for Asia and Central Asia T. Mc Govern D2. Centralised operations for Asia and Central Asia B. Papadopoulos (A/3) D3. Finance, Contracts and Audit for Asia and Central Asia C. Osorio

Directorate E Operations Quality Support (5) ----------

Directorate F General Operations Support F. De Angelis

Directorate G Resources C. Stathopoulos G1. Programming and budgetary matters (14) J. Izarra Aguado (A/3) G2. Coordination of ICS and methodology for ex-post controls and auditing J. Reis Conde G3. Human resources M. Levêque G4. Training and knowledge management G. Van Bilzen G5. Information systems and office technology W. Beurms (A/3) G6. Documents management and office infrastructures M. Kagel G7. Individual experts (15) C. Theodorou-Kalogirou (A/3)

Adviser - Indicators G. Doucet Adviser - Culture F. Nizery (A/3) E1. Macro-economic support (6) J-L. Lacube E2. Business, trade and regional integration (7) J. ten Bloemendal (A/3) E3. Social and human development (8) E. Feret E4. Governance, human rights, democracy, gender (9) D. Dellicour (A/3) E5. Security and migration (10) H. Bourgade E6. Natural resources (11) M. Wenning E7. Infrastructures (12) J. Haïk (A/3)

F1. Quality Support Groups A. Gonzalo Castellano F2. Management committees F. Nicora (A/3) F3. Financial and contractual matters, and legal affairs R. Mateus Paula (A/3) F4. Relations with EU institutions, international organisations and donors M. Pennington F5. Relations with civil society and non state actors (13) A. Bouratsis (A/3) F6. Information, communication and front office Ph. Loop

Foot-notes:

(1) A division of tasks will be developed among the DG and the DDG in order to run the organisation effectively and without duplications (2) Including Elections Observations (3) As far as Neighbourhood Policy is concerned, the coverage of Directorate A is in line with Council decisions: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Palestinian Authority of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Russian Federation, Syria, Tunisia, Ukraine (4) As far as Central Asia is concerned, the coverage of Directorate D is: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan (5) Including coordination of thematic networks (6) Covering budgetary support, public finance, economic governance. Including experts for ACP region untill end 2005. (7) Covering private sector, trade, regional integration (8) Covering health, education, employment, social protection, illegal drugs (9) Covering the rule of law, democratisation, elections, promotion of civil society, human and citizen rights, children rights, disabled people, indigenous people, public sector reform, decentralisation, gender mainstreaming (10) Covering migration issues, crisis resolution, police reform, anti-terrorism, fight against organised crime, anti-personnel mines (11) Covering food security, rural development, fisheries, environment, forests (12) Covering transports, water, energy, telecommunications, ICT, urban development (13) NGOs, NSA (14) Including APS, AMP, AAR and follow-up of DAS and discharge procedures (15) Temporary units : end maximum by end 2006; staff will be gradually phased in into permanent units. (16) Covering ACP countries and OCTs in Eastern & Southern Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific (17) Covering ACP countries and OCTs in Western & Central Africa and the Caribbeans


								
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