Eurodac 2018 Annual ReportEurodac 2018 Annual ReportThis report includes information on the management and the performance of Eurodac in 2018. An overview of the Report is also available in the Eurodac 2018 Annual Report - Factsheet.80{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
Eurodac 2018 Annual Report - FactsheetEurodac 2018 Annual Report - FactsheetThis factsheet contains the highlights of the Eurodac 2018 Annual Report and should be considered as an annex to the report itself.81{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
List of designated authorities which have access to data recorded in the Central System of EurodacList of designated authorities which have access to data recorded in the Central System of EurodacList of designated authorities which have access to data recorded in the Central System of Eurodac pursuant to Article 27(2) of the Regulation (EU) No 603/2013, for the purpose laid down in Article 1(1) of the same Regulation. The list was initially published on the OJ C237 on 20.07.2015. Where there are amendments thereto, the Agency shall publish once a year an updated consolidated list online. The present consolidated list is based on the list of designated authorities communicated by Member States by 13 March 2019.79{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
Report of the Working Group on ICT Solutions for External Borders (sea/land)Report of the Working Group on ICT Solutions for External Borders (sea/land)The Report of the Working Group (WG) on ICT Solutions for External Borders (sea/land) summarises the outcomes and recommendations of the WG on ICT Solutions for Member States (MS) with External Borders (sea/land), as mandated by the EES Program Management Board. The scope of the WG was to facilitate the work towards a viable solution and a common architecture for the implementation of EES at the external land and sea borders. Thus, the WG discussed and defined requirements towards a practical technology solution that will be deployed on the land and sea borders in a unified way. The solution should ensure the fulfilment of all EES requirements, particularly connected with the use of biometrics, taking into account that only limited time for border control is available. That means the ICT solution should be quick enough not to cause unreasonably long waiting times at the borders.78{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}