Disruptions to or disturbances of critical infrastructure may lead to supply shortfalls and lapses in public security. Therefore, it is important that a continual dialogue takes place within Europe about ways of constantly improving Internal Security.
Extend your expertise by participating in the various events held by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law in this area.
Public sector organisations are under increasing pressure to achieve “more and more” with “less and less”. As a responsible for the modernisation of processes in your institution you have to meet distinct challenges: You have to keep up with changing demographics and both detect and improve poor performance whilst still offering high quality service.
Output and results of projects are important indicators to determine their success as well as their conformity with set targets. In many external cooperation projects reaching these targets is even more critical – especially when dealing with differing requirements from multiple donors.
As part of the EU’s Home Affairs and Internal Security programme, the use of the new Internal Security Fund (ISF), which incorporates the former EBF, ISEC and CIPS funds, does not only have to comply with the specific rules of the Home Affairs and Internal Security programme and those of the ISF in particular but also with the general EU regulations on public procurement.