The Capitoline Council approved a three-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) plan between Roma Capital and the Institute for Finance and Local Economy (IFL), aimed at improving budget analysis and providing support and assistance in strengthening the process of assessment and collection of taxes . The NCI’s agreement with the Foundation, established in 2006, which does not provide for financial fees to be borne by the Capitoline Administration, has a strategic objective to improve the quality of administrative action, particularly on spending, revenue and Pay attention to the relationships between Municipalities and Municipalities.
In detail, the Protocol, which consists of 8 articles, hence the attainment of a survey of the economic and financial condition of the Roma Capital, in comparison with other metropolitan capitals, and the launch of a techno-scientific study as to its purpose and purpose (Article 1) Virasat is associated with a census and digitization process that favors better management and transparency. The collection system and evaluation procedures will also be subjected to regulatory and organizational analysis and a study will begin on the financial-accounting relationship between Rome and the municipalities with the aim of evaluating spaces for administrative autonomy and promoting the regulation of transfers . Based on the relationship between regional requirements and the corresponding standard costs.
,Signing of MoU with Ifalo – Deputy Mayor and Councilor for the Budget, Sylvia Scosze commented – This is a fundamental step to strengthen the administrative capacity of the Roma Capital, especially on issues of collection and administrative decentralization towards municipalities. I am very pleased with this agreement because it will allow us to collaborate with the scientific and human resources of the Eifel, to continue to deploy all the equipment useful to re-start Rome’s administrative machinery.,