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Parliamentary questions
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13 April 2018
Question for written answer E-002120-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Philippe Lamberts (Verts/ALE)

 Subject:  Projects which have received assistance from the Structural Reform Support Service
 Answer in writing 

In 2015, the Commission developed the Structural Reform Support Service (SRSS) to boost Member States’ efforts in this area, at their request. Assistance is provided for a wide range of activities. In 2017, the Structural Reform Support Programme was added, with a budget of EUR 142.8 million. In response to higher-than-expected demand from Member States, on 6 December 2017 the Commission proposed an expanded programme as part of its EMU package.

By early September 2017, the SRSS had provided support for a total of 150 projects in 15 Member States.

Can the Commission supply a table categorising the projects into the main policy areas and sub-areas (see page 7 of the SRSS information brochure)(1)?

When providing support in the social sphere, do SRSS experts work alongside the social partners, parliamentarians and local authorities, and if so, how?

If no public register of best practices has yet been provided to help Member States develop ideas, does the Commission plan to draw one up?


Original language of question: FR 
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