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EPSA 2011

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee is composed of an appointed member from each of the European countries officially supporting and co-financing the EPSA 2011. This body will be entrusted with the tasks:

  1. to discuss and decide on the selection of the 3 EPSA 2011 themes based on the proposal of possible topics which has been elaborated and discussed by EIPA
  2. to assist and provide guidance to EIPA in all the strategic decisions in relation to the EPSA 2011
  3. to monitor and supervise its financial implementation
  4. to act as national contact points (¨EPSA ambassadors¨) for the purpose of promoting and disseminating all relevant information (e.g. call for applications, press releases, results) in the respective country territories

    The members of the Steering Committee or their substitutes do not assess the submitted applications per thematic area. 
     

 Members of the EPSA 2011 Steering Committee

AUSTRIA

        



Mr Michael Kallinger
Deputy Head of Department III/7
Federal Chancellery III/7
Department for Administrative Reform
Hohenstaufengasse 3
AT - 1010 VIENNA
michael.kallinger@bka.gv.at                   

 


Ms Sandra Kastenmeier-Krula
Austrian Federal Chancellery
Department III/7 Administrative Reform
Hohenstaufengasse 3
AT - 1010 VIENNA
Sandra.kastenmeier-krula@bka.gv.at


CYPRUS








Ms Pavlina Mela
Public Administration and Personnel Officer
Ministry of Finance
Public Administration and Personnel Department
CY - 1443 NICOSIA
pmela@papd.mof.gov.cy

DENMARK





Mr Jens Qvesel
Senior Adviser
The Agency for Modernisation 
of Public Administration
Ministry of Finance
Landgreven 4
DK - 1017 COPENHAGEN K
e-mail:  jqv@modst.dk 
GERMANY






MinR'n Dr. Uta Dauke
Head of Division O1
Federal Ministry of the Interior
Referat O1
DE – 10559 BERLIN
O1@bmi.bund.de

HUNGARY


Dr. Norbert Kis
Director General
National Institute of Public Administration
Alkotmány Street 25
HU - 1054 BUDAPEST
norbert.kis@nki.gov.hu

Ms Réka Sipos
Head of International Relations Department
National Institute of Public Administration
Alkotmány Street 25
P.O.Box 1386 Pf. 906/74
HU - 1054 Budapest
reka.sipos@nki.gov.hu

ITALY








Ms Pia Marconi
Director General for the Programme of Modernisation of Public Administrations
Presidency of the Council of Ministers
Public Administration and Innovation Department
Palazzo Chigi
Piazza Colonna 370
IT - 00187 ROME
p.marconi@governo.it

LUXEMBOURG









Mr Guy Wagener
Consultant of Executive Board
Ministry of Public Service & Administrative Reform
63, Avenue de la Liberté
LU - 1018 LUXEMBOURG
guy.wagener@ape.etat.lu 

NETHERLANDS







Mr Arne Meeter 
Senior Policy Officer
Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations
Schedeldoekshaven 200
NL - 2511 EZ THE HAGUE
P.O. Box 20011
NL - 2500 EA THE HAGUE
arne.meeter@minbzk.nl

POLAND





Mr Wojciech Zieliński
Deputy Director
Department of Civil Service
Chancellery of the Prime Minister
Al. Ujazdowskie 1/3
PL– 00-583 WARSAW
epsa@kprm.gov.pl


SPAIN













Ms Carmen Hernández Antolín
Director
Centre for Institutional Cooperation
National Institute of Public Administration (INAP)
Calle Atocha 106
ES - 28012 MADRID
ch.antolin@inap.es




SWITZERLAND




Mr Ulrich Liechti
Head of the federal Chancellor’s Office
Federal Chancellery
Federal Palace West Wing
CH - 3003 BERN
ulrich.liechti@bk.admin.ch

 

Dr. Albert Hofmeister
Delegate of the Federal Department of Defence
Civil Protection and Sport (DDPS)
Rodtmattstrasse 110
CH - 3003 BERN
albert.hofmeister@vtg.admin.ch



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