totetuttajaviranomainen

English translation: implementing authority

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Finnish term or phrase:totetuttajaviranomainen
English translation:implementing authority
Entered by: Desmond O'Rourke

05:27 Jun 15, 2004
Finnish to English translations [PRO]
Government / Politics / EU funding
Finnish term or phrase: totetuttajaviranomainen
And also toteuttaja.
Context: Toteuttajaviranomaisen tulee edellyttää hankeen toteuttajalta projektikohtaista kirjanpitoa tuloista ja menoista. Toteuttajaviranomainen ylläpitää joko erillistä kirjanpitojärjestelmää tai riittävää vakiomuotoista kirjanpitoa...
Could one of them be project administrator? Project manager? What's the relationship between toteuttaja and toteuttajaviranomainen? Thanks in advance.
urbom
United Kingdom
Local time: 21:53
implementing authority
Explanation:
"toteuttajaviranomainen" is the person, usually a civil servant, who is responsible for public funds on behalf of a local or central authority. "Toteuttaja" is the Project Manager, a private individual who manages the project and who must be able to show the implementing authority that the funds were properly spent.

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Desmond O'Rourke
United States
Local time: 16:53
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thanks for the explanation!
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implementing authority


Explanation:
"toteuttajaviranomainen" is the person, usually a civil servant, who is responsible for public funds on behalf of a local or central authority. "Toteuttaja" is the Project Manager, a private individual who manages the project and who must be able to show the implementing authority that the funds were properly spent.

www.finnishtrans.com

Desmond O'Rourke
United States
Local time: 16:53
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Grading comment
thanks for the explanation!

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agree  Jyri Lehtinen: Exactly.
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  -> Thanks, Jyri!

agree  Spencer Allman
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