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Special Reports of the European Court of Auditors - A Rolling Check-list of recent findings

28-02-2019

This rolling checklist presents an overview of the European Court of Auditors’ (ECA) special reports, concentrating on those relevant for the 2017 discharge procedure. It strives to link the research topics of the special reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including the working documents of the Committee on Budgetary Control, the work of the specialised parliamentary committees, plenary resolutions and individual questions by Members.

This rolling checklist presents an overview of the European Court of Auditors’ (ECA) special reports, concentrating on those relevant for the 2017 discharge procedure. It strives to link the research topics of the special reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including the working documents of the Committee on Budgetary Control, the work of the specialised parliamentary committees, plenary resolutions and individual questions by Members.

Special Reports of the European Court of Auditors - A Rolling Check-List of recent findings

13-03-2018

This rolling check-list presents an overview of the Special Reports of the European Court of Auditors (ECA), concentrating on those relevant for the 2016 discharge procedure. It strives to link the research topics of the Special Reports to relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including the working documents of the Committee on Budgetary Control, the work of the specialised parliamentary committees, forthcoming plenary resolutions and individual questions by Members. This ...

This rolling check-list presents an overview of the Special Reports of the European Court of Auditors (ECA), concentrating on those relevant for the 2016 discharge procedure. It strives to link the research topics of the Special Reports to relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including the working documents of the Committee on Budgetary Control, the work of the specialised parliamentary committees, forthcoming plenary resolutions and individual questions by Members. This check-list has been prepared by the Ex-Post Evaluation Unit of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS), the EP's in-house research service and think-tank, as part of its on-going support for parliamentary committees and individual Members in scrutinising the executive in its implementation of EU law, policies and programmes. The European Parliament is strongly committed to Better Law-Making, and particularly to the effective use of ex-ante impact assessment and ex-post evaluation throughout the entire legislative cycle. It is in this spirit that the Parliament has a particular interest in following the transposition, implementation and enforcement of EU law, and, more generally, monitoring the impact, operation, effectiveness and delivery of policy and programmes in practice.

Special Reports of the European Court of Auditors: A Rolling Check-List of recent findings

10-03-2017

This rolling check-list presents a comprehensive overview of the European Court of Auditors' (ECA) special reports, concentrating on those relevant for the 2015 EU discharge procedure. The document seeks to link the topics discussed by the special reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including notably the working documents of the Budgetary Control Committee, to the work of the various specialised parliamentary committees, and to individual Members' questions ...

This rolling check-list presents a comprehensive overview of the European Court of Auditors' (ECA) special reports, concentrating on those relevant for the 2015 EU discharge procedure. The document seeks to link the topics discussed by the special reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including notably the working documents of the Budgetary Control Committee, to the work of the various specialised parliamentary committees, and to individual Members' questions. It is produced by the Policy Cycle Unit of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS), the Parliament's in-house research service and think-tank, as part of its on-going support for parliamentary committees and individual Members, helping them to scrutinise the executive in its implementation of EU law, policies and programmes. The European Parliament is strongly committed to the concept of better law-making, and particularly to the effective use of ex-ante impact assessment and ex-post evaluation throughout the whole legislative cycle. It is in this spirit that the Parliament has a particular interest in following the transposition, implementation and enforcement of EU law, and, more generally, in monitoring the impact, operation, effectiveness and delivery of policy and programmes in practice.

European Commission follow-up to European Parliament requests

02-02-2017

In addition to its well-known role as a co-legislator, the European Parliament also supervises and scrutinises the work of the European Commission. The Parliament can therefore ask the Commission to take action to fulfil its role as guardian of the Treaties and to contribute to the improved functioning of the European Union and its legislation. Such requests usually take the form of resolutions. This Rolling Check-List covers the resolutions adopted by Parliament on the basis of own-initiative reports ...

In addition to its well-known role as a co-legislator, the European Parliament also supervises and scrutinises the work of the European Commission. The Parliament can therefore ask the Commission to take action to fulfil its role as guardian of the Treaties and to contribute to the improved functioning of the European Union and its legislation. Such requests usually take the form of resolutions. This Rolling Check-List covers the resolutions adopted by Parliament on the basis of own-initiative reports and legislative own-initiative reports during the current eighth legislative term up to December 2015, and the actions taken by the Commission as a result up to 31 October 2016. In total, the report covers 97 resolutions across almost all parliamentary committees. It provides a detailed overview of the Parliament's requests, and tracks the Commission's response and any further action taken. It thus offers a comprehensive scrutiny and reference tool, providing easy access to the follow-up given by the Commission to the Parliament's requests.

Special Reports of the European Court of Auditors: A Rolling Check-List of recent findings

14-04-2016

This rolling check-list is intended to present a comprehensive overview of the Special Reports of teh European Court of Auditors (ECA), concentrating on those relevant for the 2014 EU Discharge procedure. This document aims to relate the topics covered in the Special Reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including, notably, the working documents of the Committee on Budgetary Control and the work of specialised parliamentary committees, as well as to Members ...

This rolling check-list is intended to present a comprehensive overview of the Special Reports of teh European Court of Auditors (ECA), concentrating on those relevant for the 2014 EU Discharge procedure. This document aims to relate the topics covered in the Special Reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including, notably, the working documents of the Committee on Budgetary Control and the work of specialised parliamentary committees, as well as to Members' written and oral questions. Accordingly, it provides a tool for parliamentary committees and Members to better analyse the different stages in the policy cycle. It is produced by the Policy Cycle Unit of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS), the EP's in-house research service and think tank, as part of its on-going support for parliamentary committees and individual Members in scrutinising the executive in its implementation of EU law, policies and programmes.The European Parliament is strongly committed to the concept of Better Law-Making, and particularly to the effective use of ex-ante impact assessment and ex-post evaluation throughout the whole legislative cycle. It is in this spirit that the Parliament has a particular interest in following the transposition, implementation and enforcement of EU law, and more generally, monitoring the impact, operation, effectiveness and delivery of policy and programmes in practice.

Directive 91/477 on control of the acquisition and possession of weapons

01-02-2016

Since its entry into force, the Firearms Directive has been broadly successful in facilitating the free movement of firearms within the internal market and, at the same time, in ensuring a high level of security for EU citizens. Yet, some difficulties became apparent, notably as concerns the security aspects of the Directive. The 2008 revision intervened mainly on this front, also requiring the Commission to issue guidelines on deactivation standards 'to ensure that deactivated firearms are rendered ...

Since its entry into force, the Firearms Directive has been broadly successful in facilitating the free movement of firearms within the internal market and, at the same time, in ensuring a high level of security for EU citizens. Yet, some difficulties became apparent, notably as concerns the security aspects of the Directive. The 2008 revision intervened mainly on this front, also requiring the Commission to issue guidelines on deactivation standards 'to ensure that deactivated firearms are rendered irreversibly inoperable.’ The current proposal for an amending directive again aims at reinforcing security aspects of the Directive, in view mainly of the findings of the evaluation study and feedback from Member States. The Commission announced the adoption of the implementing regulation establishing common guidelines on deactivation standards and techniques only seven years later, on 18 November 2015, together with its proposal for amending the Firearms Directive.As regards procedural aspects, it is to be noted that no impact assessment accompanied the Commission proposal, which would appear to constitute a departure from the Commission's Better Regulation Guidelines. It is worth noting that, at the time of writing, there is an on-going public consultation (invitation to provide feedback) launched by the Commission on its proposal, which remains open until 1 February 2016.

Integrated European Social Statistics: Regulation 577/1998 on the organisation of a labour force sample survey in the Community: Implementation Appraisal

26-11-2015

This implementation appraisal focuses on Regulation 577/1998 on the organisation of a labour force sample survey in the Community. It follows the European Commission's intention to integrate European statistics on persons and households (social statistics) as announced in the 2016 and 2015 Commission Work Programmes.This initiative is frequently referred to as the Integrated European Social Statistics (IESS). The current initiative of the European Commission to integrate seven social surveys, including ...

This implementation appraisal focuses on Regulation 577/1998 on the organisation of a labour force sample survey in the Community. It follows the European Commission's intention to integrate European statistics on persons and households (social statistics) as announced in the 2016 and 2015 Commission Work Programmes.This initiative is frequently referred to as the Integrated European Social Statistics (IESS). The current initiative of the European Commission to integrate seven social surveys, including the LFS (Labour Force Survey), does not appear to stem from the implementation problems of the LFS legislation as such. After all, most of the reports point out that the implementation of the LFS legislation is satisfactory. The real impetus for this initiative appears to lie elsewhere - most notably in the new and emerging ICT technologies (influencing statistical production models) combined with the increased demand for integrated statistical data. From the data available, it appears that the initiative to integrate European social statistics, as envisaged in general terms by the European Commission, could be beneficial both at the level of the data production and for end users of statistics.  It is to be underlined in this context that the detailed drafting of the future rules, in particular as concerns which elements would be in the future framework regulation and which would be dealt with in the implementing and delegated acts, will require particular attention in the future.

Special Reports of the European Court of Auditors: A Rolling Check-List of recent findings

06-03-2015

This Rolling Check-list presents a comprehensive overview of the European Court of Auditors' (ECA) Special Reports, concentrating on the ones relevant for the 2013 EU Discharge procedure. The document seeks to link the topics discussed by the Special Reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including notably the working documents of the Budgetary Control Committee, to the work of the various specialised parliamentary committees, and to individual Members' questions ...

This Rolling Check-list presents a comprehensive overview of the European Court of Auditors' (ECA) Special Reports, concentrating on the ones relevant for the 2013 EU Discharge procedure. The document seeks to link the topics discussed by the Special Reports to the relevant debates and positions within the European Parliament, including notably the working documents of the Budgetary Control Committee, to the work of the various specialised parliamentary committees, and to individual Members' questions. It is produced by the Policy Performance Appraisal Unit of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS), the EP's in-house research service and think tank, as part of its on-going support for parliamentary committees and individual Members helping them to scrutinise the executive in its implementation of EU law, policies and programmes. The European Parliament is strongly committed to the concept of Better Law-Making, and particularly to the effective use of ex-ante impact assessment and ex-post evaluation throughout the whole legislative cycle. It is in this spirit that the Parliament has a particular interest in following the transposition, implementation and enforcement of EU law, and more generally, monitoring the impact, operation, effectiveness and delivery of policy and programmes in practice.

Review of regime for agriculture in the outermost regions (POSEI): Implementation Appraisal

21-01-2015

This Implementation Appraisal focuses on Regulation 228/2013 on laying down specific measures for agriculture in the outermost regions of the Union and repealing Regulation 247/2006, which is the basic act for the POSEI regime. POSEI - the French acronym for Programmes dʼOptions Spécifiques à lʼEloignement et à lʼInsularité - is a scheme that supports the incomes of farmers and the supply of essential products to the outermost regions of the European Union. The scheme ...

This Implementation Appraisal focuses on Regulation 228/2013 on laying down specific measures for agriculture in the outermost regions of the Union and repealing Regulation 247/2006, which is the basic act for the POSEI regime. POSEI - the French acronym for Programmes dʼOptions Spécifiques à lʼEloignement et à lʼInsularité - is a scheme that supports the incomes of farmers and the supply of essential products to the outermost regions of the European Union. The scheme compensates farmers for extra costs of production and marketing due to the small size of these territories, their topography and climate, and more difficult access to European markets. The European Parliament, as well as the EESC and CoR have repeatedly called for more involvement of the outermost regions in Structural and Cohesion Funds. Both the Parliament and the European Court of Auditors have called on Commission to monitor more regularly the effectiveness of the specific measures.

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