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Strengthening Georgian Accreditation System with the Focus on EU Technical Regulations

Project Description
The Twinning Project supports fulfillment of the requirements stemming from EU-Georgia Association Agreement. It enhances accreditation and conformity assessment systems according to the European and International requirements, as well as supports Georgian Accreditation Centre (GAC) to meet the EU best practice to perform accreditation in the field of EU technical regulations approximated by Georgia.
Georgia is supported in taking the necessary steps to gradually achieve approximation with the EU's technical regulations, standards, metrology, accreditation, conformity assessment, corresponding systems and market surveillance
system, and in following the principles and the practice laid down in the relevant EU acquis.
Specific Objective
To support Georgian Accreditation Centre to meet the EU best practice to perform accreditation in the field of EU technical regulations approximated by Georgia.
Expected Results
- Approximation of Georgian legal Framework on Accreditation with relevant EU regulations enhanced
- Georgian Accreditation Centre Capacity in fulfilling its tasks in accordance to the EU standards and best practices enhanced
- Georgian Accreditation Centre outreach and cooperation with the EU relevant community strengthened
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PROJECT DETAILS
Georgia
Priority Area:
Partnership that creates
Subsector:
Economy & trade
Topic:
Business
Project Status:
Ongoing
Start Date:
20.12.2019
End Date:
19.03.2023
Implementing Organisation:
The National Accreditation Body for the Federal Republic of Germany (DAkks), The National Accreditation Body of Italy (Accredia)
Funding by the EU:
€1 400 000
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EU Project Number:
410-189

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