European Integration-Realities and Perspectives
The e-cohesion is according to European Commission (EC) a set of common rules for simplifying the accountancy and more precise reporting for European structural funds and European investment funds by using the digital technologies and public databases for all exchanges of information between the beneficiaries of projects financed with European funds and audit authorities, intermediate bodies, certifying authorities, managing authorities. The budget allocated for investments of the European
... (EU) for period 2014-2020 is of approximately a trillion Euros for sustainable growth, new jobs and competitiveness, solidarity and cohesion for an important role of EU in world. One of the ten points of reforms related with the cohesion politics refers to e-cohesion. The article outline the EU and Romania regulations prepared for e-cohesion target that is established for all EU countries in 2016. The paper is presenting the main opportunities and limits in the e-cohesion process for the horizon 2014-2020 using as methodology of study the computing and analysis based on the documentation published by EU, Netherlands and Romanian regulators. The study is also presenting the stage of e-cohesion changes reported by Netherlands and Romania.