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eu-LISA Single Programming Document 2017-2019

eu-LISA Single Programming Document 2017-2019

The purpose of the eu-LISA's Single Programming Document is to give a structured overview of the main objectives and activities to be achieved and performed in 2017. It reveals the connections and the logic in the breakdown of our long-term strategic goals into multi-annual and annual objectives and outcomes. Taking into consideration the necessity of a strong control on expenses, the Single Programming Document contains not only the amount of work to be done and the results to be achieved in 2017, but also provides liaison to the required human and financial resources, thus assuring an overall picture of the Agency’s planned performance.
2016 Annual Work Programme

2016 Annual Work Programme

The Annual Work Programme provides a high level description of the activities to be carried out by the Agency in 2016, translating its strategic goals into particular objectives and tasks and providing a basis for budgetary planning.
Revised in June 2016
Abstract of decision n. 2015-113 of the Management Board of eu-LISA

Abstract of decision n. 2015-113 of the Management Board of eu-LISA

Abstract of decision n. 2015-113 of the Management Board of eu-LISA adopting the additional elements to the financing decision for the launch of a restricted procurement procedure for the new framework contract for the Maintenance in Working Order (MWO) of the Visa Information System and of the Biometric Matching System (BMS). This document is to be read and considered in conjunction with eu-LISA's 2015 Annual Work Programme.

Reports

2016 eu-LISA Annual Conference Report

2016 eu-LISA Annual Conference Report

JHATech 2016 Aligning the capabilities of technology with policy priorities in the areas of migration and internal security Evolution of the JHA landscape in recent years has brought different challenges to the fore. Those working in the field are challenged by an apparent increase in the threat of terrorism, changing patterns and trends in migration and an expectation that the myriad potential threats apparent at borders can be detected. It is clear that assurance of internal security requires a cohesive approach that cuts across traditional boundaries between border control, asylum management and law enforcement. Authorities involved must work together to ensure the availability of relevant data at the time that it is required and to allow for the combination of data as necessary to inform decision making. Read the full Report!
Protecting Large-scale IT systems developed and/or managed by eu-LISA from modern threats

Protecting Large-scale IT systems developed and/or managed by eu-LISA from modern threats

Security must be a core element of all activities undertaken in an IT-focussed organisation. eu-LISA, for legislative reasons but also as a centre of excellence in the provisions of IT services, emphasises assurance of system and data security in all of its activities. Modern technology when appropriately chosen and implemented facilitates strong IT security and information assurance. Yet such is the range of technological innovations on the market and in the final stages of product development that appropriate decision making on implementation can be difficult. This document, based on monitoring of technologies and their development in the past year, seeks to report on the state of current and emerging cybersecurity-relevant technologies.

Information Material

eu-LISA Information Leaflet 2016

eu-LISA Information Leaflet 2016

eu-LISA is the European Agency that ensures 24/7 operational management of the European Union’s (EU) largest IT systems and their respective communication infrastructure in the area of freedom, security and justice: Eurodac, SIS II and VIS. With information technology, eu-LISA safeguards the EU’s internal security and supports the implementation of asylum, migration and border management policies for the benefit of citizens.
Eurodac Information Leaflet 2016

Eurodac Information Leaflet 2016

Eurodac is the centralised European database that stores and processes the digitalised fingerprints of asylum seekers and irregular migrants who have entered a European country. This helps determine the Member State responsible for examining an asylum application.
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