Rome, 22 July 2021 – The development and consolidation of opportunities and collaborative initiatives in the field of higher education and research, applied to the context of public institutions. This is the main objective of the Framework Agreement signed today by the Minister of University and Research-MUR, Maria Cristina Messa, by the President of CONSOB (Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa), Paolo Savona, and by the President of CRUI (Conferenza dei Rettori delle Università Italiane), Ferruccio Resta.
In particular, the collaboration between MUR, CONSOB and CRUI will allow, in addition to the development of joint training interventions, to identify the current priorities available for planning and carrying out internships and developing innovative doctoral programs at CONSOB.
A joint Steering Committee, set up by the Minister of University and Research, will approve the annual plan of activities and will evaluate the actions that will be deliberated.
"The Agreement signed today is a further tool designed to make training and doctoral courses increasingly in line with the requests and operative needs of a continuously changing society, which is transformed by processes of innovation and digitalization and which is in search of new skilled specialists» said the Minister of University and Research, Maria Cristina Messa.
"The agreement represents a concrete commitment to the renewal of the public administration that involves human capital and which is fully part of the objectives of the PNRR," said the President of the CRUI, Ferruccio Resta. "A systemic initiative that aims to encourage both training and the introduction of new highly qualified skills for the implementation of the public sector reforms required by Europe. An intervention that, we hope, will prove to be structural and not cyclical, allowing the optimization of resources and making the cooperation between institutions more efficient. The CRUI, in particular, has been working for some time to carry out internships and to develop innovative doctorates to give a greater impulse to the relationship between the university system and the world of work, both in the public and in the private sector ".