Course offered: Les finances publiques de l’Union européenne (30h)

Anne Vitrey de Gardebosc (French and American nationality) graduated from the Political Institute of Paris (public service section). She holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Civilization from the University of Paris IV Paris-Sorbonne and a Bachelor's degree in Philology from the University of Pennsylvania (USA).

She was initially attached to the Directorate for European Affairs of the Senate and then worked as a civil servant for the European Parliament from 1985 to 2017. Initially, she was assigned to the Directorate General for Information and Public Relations in the Paris Office and later in Luxembourg. She subsequently joined the Directorate General for Committees and Delegations as an Administrator and later served as a unit head and Director of Budgetary Affairs within the Directorate General for Internal Policies.

In 1999, she was seconded to the Secretariat of the Committee of Independent Experts and contributed to the elaboration of the first and second reports that led to the resignation of the Santer Commission and the administrative reform of the Commission, as well as the overhaul of the financial regulation. She participated in the development of the financial provisions of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. As the head of the secretariat of the temporary committee for the Financial Perspectives 2007-2013, she oversaw parliamentary work on interinstitutional negotiations for the establishment of the multi-annual financial frameworks for 2007-2013 and 2014-2020, as well as related Interinstitutional Agreements.

As Director of Budgetary Affairs within the Directorate General for Internal Policies, she was responsible for budget-related work and budgetary control (discharge, OLAF) within the European Parliament. In this capacity, she supervised the teams responsible for assisting EP representatives in interinstitutional negotiations: Annual Budget, Multi-Annual Financial Framework, Own Resources. As a member of the High-Level Group secretariat, she contributed to the drafting of the Monti report.

She has been a guest lecturer at the College of Europe in Bruges since 2009, teaching Public Finance. She also served as the Coordinator for teaching European issues at the National School of Administration (ENA) until 2021 and occasionally as a speaker in the context of the CHEE (Center for Advanced European Studies and the Specialized Master's Degree in European Public Affairs). She also taught as a lecturer at the European College in Parma. As an expert in European public finances, she frequently participates in seminars, roundtable discussions, and publications in her field. She is a founding member and vice-president of EURO APP MOBILITY, an association working to promote the mobility of apprentices in Europe.

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