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Parliamentary questions
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15 June 2018
E-003278-18
Question for written answer E-003278-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Jean Arthuis (ALDE)

 Subject:  European Parliament departments' access to the ABAC financial data warehouse
 Answer in writing 

The stated objective of the ABAC Data Warehouse is to centralise budgetary and accounting data dispersed throughout the Commission’s various operating systems. The description of the Commission’s departments show that this tool is not restricted and that access to other institutions can be considered.

Currently, data relating to budget implementation is only partially accessible by the Parliament, or with a time lag. Within the strict limits of the European Parliament’s exercise of its budgetary and accounting powers, can the Commission consider granting the relevant departments in the European Parliament ‘read-only’ access to the ABAC date warehouse?

Once technical issues have been resolved (definition of the appropriate privileges, etc.), such access could be immediate.

Original language of question: FR 
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