In June 2017, the European Commission will present a legislative proposal to strengthen the mandate of the EU Agency for the operational management of large scale IT systems (eu-LISA). The proposal is part of the Commission's new approach towards achieving the interoperability of EU information systems for security, border and migration management by 2020.
On 16 May, the European Commission set out a new approach to achieve interoperability of EU information systems for security, border and migration management by 2020. The EU Agency responsible for the management of information systems, eu-LISA, is set to play a crucial role in the technical implementation of this new approach and the development of interoperability solutions for centralised EU information systems. In order to enable eu-LISA to bring this work forward, the Commission committed to presenting a legislative proposal to revise the Agency's mandate in June 2017.
In June 2017 the European Commission will present a legislative proposal to strengthen the mandate of eu-LISA.
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