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Summary of the Work Programme for 2023Summary of the Work Programme for 2023This document is a summary overview of the Agency’s work programme for 2023. It presents eu-LISA's priorities and targets for the current year in concise and easy to use booklet. The full version of eu-LISA’s Single Programming Document 2023-2025 is available on this website and provides a comprehensive picture of the Agency's multiannual plans.32{9b47a889-222a-49cc-9a04-7eec81cf4ab9}
Enhanced SISEnhanced SISThe Schengen Information System (SIS) received a set of major upgrades in March 2023. The 30 countries connected to Europe's largest IT system for internal security and border management now have access to a new set of functionalities and search capabilities which provide their authorised users with multiple ways to identify, amongst others, missing people and stolen goods or property.31{9b47a889-222a-49cc-9a04-7eec81cf4ab9}
10 Years as the Digital Heart of Schengen10 Years as the Digital Heart of SchengenIn 2022 eu-LISA celebrates its tenth year of operations. For the past decade, the Agency has focused on transforming traditional models for border and migration management into digital ones, working side by side with EU Institutions and Member States to ensure that new technologies are trustworthy, bring added value to people, and are used solely for legitimate purposes, allowing the citizens of today and tomorrow live their everyday lives safely in an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice.30{9b47a889-222a-49cc-9a04-7eec81cf4ab9}
eu-LISA Bits & Bytes Newslettereu-LISA Bits & Bytes NewsletterThe eu-LISA Bits & Bytes provides an overview of the Agency's recent progress and the state-of-play on the development and management of the large-scale IT systems that govern the Schengen Area's internal security. Moving away from the classical newsletter model, Bits & Bytes is a modern, responsive, full-feature website. Readers can access Bits & Bytes via an easy to remember link{9b47a889-222a-49cc-9a04-7eec81cf4ab9}