From recruitment to the assignment of tasks to implement the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (Pnrr), among the measures, there are in all twenty articles in the new draft of the decree law on public administration. The draft, which Adnkronos was able to view, is expected today in the Council of Ministers. Recruitment for Pnrr projects Outside of the recruitment of personnel already expressly provided for in the Plan, “the administrations responsible for interventions provided for in the Plan can only charge the Pnrr for the costs of hiring personnel specifically intended to carry out the projects they directly own implementation, within the limits of the amounts provided for by the corresponding cost items of the economic framework of the project “. “The eligibility of these expenses to the NRP is subject to prior verification by the central administration”, he adds. Recruitments over 36 months but stop within 2026 And again: according to the draft, fixed-term employment contracts and collaboration contracts in the framework of recruitment for the implementation of Pnrr projects “can be stipulated for a period even longer than thirty-six months, but not exceeding the duration of implementation of the projects under the responsibility of the individual administrations and in any case no later than 31 December 2026 “. Stop assignment if objectives are not achieved Fixed-term contracts and collaborations for the implementation of the Pnrr “contain a clause that allows the unilateral resolution, by the public administration, in the event of failure to achieve the annual objectives assigned to the subject and defined by the contract, according to the progress of the projects for which they were stipulated “. Apprenticeship in the public administration for graduates and university graduates The recruitment dl in implementation of the NRP projects allows “the activation of specific training and work projects in public administrations for the acquisition, through apprenticeship contracts of basic and transversal skills, as well as for the ‘professional guidance by graduates who do not have access to university courses and by university students including students enrolled in second level masters, specialization courses and research doctorate courses “, reads the draft again.