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Γενική διεύθυνσηDIGIT

Informatics

The Directorate-General for Informatics is the Commission department responsible for digital services that support other Commission departments and EU institutions in their daily work and that help public administrations in EU member countries.

Επικαιρότητα

Responsibilities

  • provide reliable, cost-effective and secure IT infrastructure and services
  • deliver information systems and rationalise business processes
  • create new ways for staff to work and collaborate
  • align IT investments with business priorities, balancing risk with business value for the Commission
  • promote and facilitate interoperability, so that European public administrations can work together seamlessly across national boundaries

 

Mission statement

Plans and reports

Commission work programme - overview of institution-wide deliverables for current year

Strategic plan - department strategy, objectives for 2020-2024

Management plan - department forecasted outputs, activities, resources for current year

Annual activity report - department achievements, resources used during previous year

European Commission Digital Strategy – A digitally transformed, people-first Commission  

Digital workplace strategy – department principles and objectives for a modern workplace for the staff of the Commission  

IT governance – provides the framework for managing, controlling, and monitoring the Commission's information technology services

Proposal for Cybersecurity Regulation – provides a framework for governance, risk management and control in the cybersecurity area.

Interoperable Europe Act Proposal – provides a EU cooperation framework for interoperability in the public sector.

Διοίκηση και οργάνωση

22 ΦΕΒΡΟΥΆΡΙΟΣ 2016
Informatics - Organisation chart
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Τηλεφόρτωση

Επικοινωνία

Όνομα
Directorate-General for Informatics
E-mail
Αριθμός τηλεφώνου
+32 2 299 11 11 (Commission switchboard)
Ταχυδρομική διεύθυνση
Directorate-General for Informatics, European Commission, 1049 Bruxelles/Brussel, Belgium