Mioara Udrica's research while affiliated with Titu Maiorescu University and other places

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As part of the European Union, Romania has established strategic goals for the transition to a high quality educational system. In this respect, the efforts to align with standards requested by the European Community became more pregnant. Romanian integration strategy 2007-2013 stipulates, through specific objectives, the requirement, that the educ...
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EMCS-RO is a tool developed in accordance with EU requirements, which on April 1, 2010 provided electronic transmission of the accompanying administrative document in the states which are members of the communitarian bloc. Access to the EMCS-RO application is given by the National Customs Authority. The EMCS provides the use of ECS (Export Control...
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European Union enlargement, the existence of new needs and demands, requires the development of innovation and quality of public administration, which means improving public services in the global economy as a requirement of competitiveness. The European Union hopes to achieve the major objectives in what concerns the electronic government by 2010;...
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EMCS-RO is a tool developed in accordance with EU requirements, which on April 1, 2010 provided electronic transmission of the accompanying administrative document in the states which are members of the communitarian bloc. Access to the EMCS-RO application is given by the National Customs Authority. The EMCS provides the use of ECS (Export Control...
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The advancement of information and communication technologies, offers the training sector the promise that the latest generation of network applications will induce qualitative changes in education and training. In the present European context, Romania plans the strategically goals assumed in the process of integration to became reality an establis...

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... It has replaced paper document that had to accompany such movements with electronic messages from the consignor to the consignee via member state administrations. According to Vatuiu et al. (2010) EMCS implementation has certain advantages for involved parties and those include simplified procedure, paperless administration, more secure movement of excise goods, faster release of traders guarantee and effective monitoring with real time information and possible checks during movement. Modernization of procedural requirements will also allow reduction of the administrative burden for companies and administrations, and possibility of EMCS integration within company's information system. ...