The Management Board is composed of representatives of EU Member States
and the European Commission. Associated Countries (Switzerland, Iceland,
Norway, and Liechtenstein) as well as EUROPOL and EUROJUST are also
Its role is to ensure that the Agency delivers the tasks and results as
stipulated in the Agency's establishing regulation in the most cost-effective
way, taking into account the strategic goals and objectives of the Agency.
As such, it focuses on the following high-level tasks:
Ensuring confidence that the
Agency mandate is being, and can be, delivered and developed coherently and effectively
to meet all stakeholder and user requirements.
Directing the effective and
coherent delivery of the eu-LISA vision.
Ensuring the development of a
robust system of internal control.
Filip is Director-general IT at the Belgian Ministry of Home Affairs. He has obtained a master’s degree in sciences (Mathematics) and a master’s degree in applied sciences (Information and Communication Technology) at the University of Gent.
He also followed the Public Management Programme at the University of Leuven He was coordinator for the Belgian VIS system (BelVis). In the meantime, this system has been extended to a system that exchanges information for different applications between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Federal Police and the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Filip is described as a no-nonsense manager. He wants his organisation to be "on time + on scope + on budget". He will do his utmost to have happy, competent and responsibilized colleagues that help him attain the organisational goals. That way, he won the Belgian IT Innovator Award with his team.
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To contact Filip, you can connect with him on LinkedIn.