Organization
  • Management of the Court of Accounts
    Dascălu Doina Elena - Vicepresident Nicolae Văcăroiu - President Nicula Cosmin - Vicepresident Oană Gheorghe - Vicepresident Audit Authority Popa Aron Ioan - President Audit Authority Anton Ioan - Vicepresident Audit Authority Pelea Marta Aurona - Counselors of Accounts Fîrțescu Dan - Counselors of Accounts Pete Stefan - Counselors of Accounts Negrea Lucian - Counselors of Accounts Hurjui Ioan - Counselors of Accounts Vedinaş Verginia - Counselors of Accounts Lakatos Petru - Counselors of Accounts Dezsi Attila - Counselors of Accounts Stănescu Georgeta Carmen - Counselors of Accounts Pieleanu Ileana Manuela - Counselors of Accounts Default

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            Art. 8  - (1) The Plenum of the Court of Accounts shall have 18 members, appointed by the Parliament in keeping with this law, who are counselors of accounts.
         (2) The structure of the Court of Accounts shall comprise departments, county and Bucharest Municipality Chambers of Accounts and a General Secretariat.  

            Art. 9  -  (1) The management of the Court of Accounts shall be enforced by the plenum of the Court of Accounts. The executive management of the Court of Accounts shall be ensured by the president, assisted by two vice-presidents, who are counselors of accounts.

  • Organization Chart
            The structure of the Court of Accounts comprises departments, county and Bucharest Municipality Chambers of Accounts and a General Secretariat. Within the Court of Accounts there are also organized structures directly subordinated to the President of the Court of Accounts.(art.6.- (1), REGULATION ON THE ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION OF THE COURT OF ACCOUNTS)
  • Organization Structure

           The Departments form the central specialty structure and are led by a counselor of accounts who is also head of department. According to the Plenum decision 12 departments are organized within the Court of Accounts
           Specialized directorates units, offices and specialty compartments may be organized within departments. (art.6 - (3), REGULATION ON THE ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION OF THE COURT OF ACCOUNTS)

  • Audit Authority

        The Audit Authority shall be organized and shall operate to fulfill certain obligations in the field of external audit, which Romania has in its capacity as a European Union member state; these shall cover the non-reimbursable pre-accession funds granted to Romania by the European Union, through PHARE, ISPA and SAPARD programs, for the structural and cohesion funds, for the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund, for the Fishery European Fund, as well as for the funds to be granted in the post-accession period, hereto called the Audit Authority, which has own competences and work procedures.