Legal notices

Design, publishing, and hosting

This website is published by the CNFPT, 80 rue de Reuilly, CS 41232, 75578 Paris Cedex 12.

  • Publishing Director: François Deluga
  • Chief Editor: Vincent Potier
  • Head of European Mission: Benoît Cathala
  • Website design and development: Agence VO –
  • Hosting: the CNFPT

Intellectual Property

Any representation or reproduction in whole or in part made without the consent of the author or its legal beneficiaries or assignees is unlawful and constitutes an infringement punishable under the Intellectual Property Code (Art. L 122-4).

The elements of this website are protected by the designs law, copyright, and trademark law, as well as by the regulations applicable to unfair competition, and may not be copied or imitated either in whole or in part. Without the express permission of the CNFPT, no logo, graphic element, sound, or image from this website may be copied or disseminated. All logos and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

The reproduction of texts from this website on paper is permissible for personal use or for educational purposes subject to certain conditions:

  1. Distribution must be free of charge;
  2. Documents must be reproduced in their entirety without modification or alteration of any kind;
  3. The source of the information must be clearly and visibly cited in the following form, for example: This document is taken from the CNFPT website:
    Any reference must include the website address.

For all other uses, please contact us.

The reproduction of text, tables, graphs, photos, etc. from this website on paper or electronically is forbidden:

  1. For commercial or distribution purposes;
  2. By repeated or systematic extraction of a protected or non-protected element of the website, thereby causing damage to it.

Protection of personal data – Modification

The data collected in the present context are collected by the CNFPT and intended for its own use. Only the CNFPT is the recipient of information provided by users. In accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 pertaining to information technology, databases and civil liberties, each User retains the right to object to (Art. 26 of the Law), access (Arts. 34 to 38 of the Law) and rectify (Art. 36 of the Law) data that relate to them. Users may therefore request the rectification, completion, clarification, or deletion of information about them that is inaccurate, incomplete, ambiguous, or outdated, or of which the communication and storage is prohibited.

You may exercise your right of access and rectification by contacting:
Centre National de la Fonction Publique Territoriale – 80 rue de Reuilly – CS 41232 – 75578 Paris Cedex 12.