Elaboration of a Future Architecture for Interoperable IT Systems at eu-LISAElaboration of a Future Architecture for Interoperable IT Systems at eu-LISAThis paper introduces the main goals, deliverables and conclusions of the feasibility study ‘Elaboration of a future architectural framework for interoperable IT systems at eu-LISA impact assessment and migration and integration plan’. The aims of the study were to identify and analyse the feasibility of various options for the architectural design and development of future systems by the European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (eu-LISA), along with the interoperability components (as described in the interoperability regulations), and thus to assess the architectural possibilities for deploying the solutions and to outline perceived optimal architectural descriptions in the form of architectural description artefacts.83{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
SIS II - List of competent authorities 2019SIS II - List of competent authorities 2019Each year, since it assumed the operational management of the system, eu-LISA publishes the list of competent authorities which are authorised to directly search the data contained in SIS II as well as the list of National SIS II offices and the SIRENE Bureaux. All linguistic versions are available in the Official Journal of the European Union (02.07.2019, OJ C 222).The second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II) is a large-scale IT system that supports public security, border control and law enforcement cooperation in Europe and is managed by eu-LISA since May 2013.82{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}
eu-LISA Annual Activity Report 2018eu-LISA Annual Activity Report 2018eu-LISA is responsible for developing, managing and delivery of IT solutions, systems and services that are key success factors for the implementation of the Union’s policies in the area of freedom, security and justice. The Agency is one of the important elements of the engine that powers normal functioning of Schengen area. eu-LISA has proven itself as a reliable service provider for the Member States, being capable at the same time to assume additional and new responsibilities, while managing and evolving the systems entrusted to it. At the same time, the Agency maintained and further developed itself as a trusted and reliable partner of the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of the EU. In this respect, 2018 was a decisive year. Significant progress as achieved on a number of legislative priorities, aimed to address various aspects of further strengthening of internal security, border and migration management. The year was also important with entry into force of the new establishing Regulation of the Agency, which significantly expanded the mandate of eu-LISA.37{0b4e03b6-1177-4c03-a910-2cd131f3a3e0}
Eurodac 2018 Annual ReportEurodac 2018 Annual ReportThis report includes information on the management and the performance of Eurodac in 2018. An overview of the Report is also available in the Eurodac 2018 Annual Report - Factsheet.80{2fd95b2e-c57c-48dd-8362-98741cbab0df}