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05/02/2010

Porteføljer inkl. ændringer og billeder af Barroso II-kommissionen

     

    Portfolios

    Names

    Services

     

    President

    José Manuel Barroso

    Secretariat-General (SG);

    Legal Service (LS);

    Bureau of European Policy Advisers (BEPA);

    Spokespeople's Service (SPP).

     

    Changes for the SG:

    - The Better Regulation Unit ENTR B.5 moves to the SG from DG Enterprise and Industry (ENTR);

    - The Secretariat of the Audit Progress Committee (Unit SG B.2) moves from the SG to the Internal Audit Service (IAS).

     

     

    High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the Commission

    Baroness Catherine Ashton

    DG External Relations (RELEX)

     

     

    Agriculture and Rural Development

    Dacian Ciolos

    DG Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI)

     

     

    Budget and Financial Programming

     

    Janusz Lewandowski

    DG Budget (BUDG)

    Climate Action

    Connie Hedegaard

    DG Climate Action (to be set up before Summer 2010): core of DG Climate Action will be the existing Directorate C of DG Environment (ENV) except the Clean Air Unit ENV C.3 that will remain in DG Environment.

     

    Competition. Vice-President of the Commission

    Joaquín Almunia

    DG Competition (COMP)

     

    Change for DG COMP:

    The state aid competencies currently in DG Transport and Energy (TREN) will move to DG COMP.

     

     

     

    Development[1]

    Andris Piebalgs

     

     

    DG Development (DEV);

    The development part of EuropeAid-Cooperation Office (AIDCO).[2]

     

    Digital Agenda. Vice-President of the Commission

    Neelie Kroes

    DG Information Society (INFSO);

    European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA).

     

    Change for DG INFSO:

    The MEDIA Programme Unit INFSO A.2 moves from DG INFSO to DG Education and Culture (EAC).

     

    Economic and Monetary Affairs

    Olli Rehn

     

    DG Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECFIN)

    EUROSTAT

     

     

    Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth

    Androulla Vassiliou

    DG Education and Culture (EAC);

    DG Translation (DGT);

    DG Interpretation (SCIC);

    Translation Centre for the Bodies of the EU (CdT);

    European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP);

    European Training Foundation (ETF);

    European Institute of Technology (EIT);

    The EAC part of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).

     

    Changes for DG EAC:

    - The MEDIA Programme Unit INFSO A.2 moves to DG EAC from DG Information Society (INFSO);

    - The Marie Curie Programme Units RTD T.2 and T.3 move to DG EAC from DG Research (RTD);

    - The Citizenship Unit EAC D.4 and the Visitors Unit EAC D.5 move from DG EAC to DG Communication (COMM).

     

     

    Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

    László Andor

    DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (EMPL);

    European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound);

    European Agency for Health and safety at Work (EU-OSHA).

     

    Change for DG EMPL:

    The Equality between Men/Women, Action against Discrimination, Civil Society Directorate EMPL G will remain within DG EMPL but be placed under the responsibility of the commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship. 

     

     

    Energy

    Günter Oettinger

    DG Energy to be created out of DG Transport and Energy (TREN);

    Euratom Supply Agency;

    The energy part of Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI).

     

    Change for DG TREN:

    The state aid competencies currently in DG Transport and Energy (TREN) will move to DG COMP.

     

    Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy[3]

    Štefan Füle

    DG Enlargement (ELARG);

    The neighbourhood parts of DG External Relations (RELEX) and of the EuropeAid-Cooperation Office (AIDCO).[4]

     

    Environment

    Janez Potočnik

    DG Environment (ENV);

    European Environmental Agency (EEA).

     

    Changes for DG ENV:

    - The Climate Directorate ENV C moves from DG ENV to the new DG for Climate Action (except the Clean Air Unit C.3);

    - The Civil Protection Units ENV A.3. and ENV A.4 move from DG ENV to DG Humanitarian Aid (ECHO);

    - The Biotechnology, Pesticides  and Health Unit ENV D.4 moves from DG ENV to DG Health and Consumers (SANCO).

     

    Health and Consumer Policy

    John Dalli

    DG Health and Consumers (SANCO);

    Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO);

    European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC);

    European Food Safety Authority (EFSA);

    European Medicines Agency (EMEA);

    Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (EAHC).

     

    Changes for DG SANCO:

    - The Pharmaceutical Products and Cosmetics Units ENTR F.2 and F.3 move to DG SANCO from DG Enterprise and Industry (ENTR), consequently the European Medicines Agency comes under the Health and Consumer portfolio;

    - The Biotechnology, Pesticides and Health Unit ENV D.4 moves to DG SANCO from DG Environment (ENV).

    - The Consumer Contract and Marketing Law SANCO B.2 moves from DG SANCO to DG Justice, Liberty and Security (JLS) as part of the Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship portfolio.

     

     

    Home Affairs

    Cecilia Malmström

    Directorates B, C and F of DG Justice, Liberty and Security (JLS) (Directorate A will serve both the Home Affairs portfolio and the Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship portfolio);

    European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders (FRONTEX);

    European Police Office (EUROPOL);

    European Police College (CEPOL);

    Visa System (VIS II) and Schengen System (SIS II);

    European Monitoring Centre for Drug and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA).

     

    Industry and Entrepreneurship. Vice-President of the Comission

    Antonio Tajani

    DG Enterprise and Industry (ENTR);

    European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).

     

    Changes for DG ENTR:

    - The Better Regulation Unit ENTR B.5 moves from DG ENTR to the Secretariat-General (SG).

    - The Pharmaceutical Products and Cosmetics Units ENTR F.2 and F.3 move from DG ENTR to DG Health and Consumers (SANCO), consequently the European Medicines Agency moves to the Health and Consumer Policy portfolio;

    - The co-ordination of the Trans-Atlantic Economic Council (TEC) moves from DG ENTR to DG TRADE;

    - The Satellite Navigation Units TREN G.3, G.4 and G.5 move to DG ENTR from DG Transport and Energy (TREN), consequently the Global Navigation Satellites System Supervision Agency (Galileo) comes under the Industry and Entrepreneurship portfolio.

     

    Vice-President for Inter-institutional Relations and Administration

    Maroš Šefčovič

    For inter-institutional relations, the Vice-President will draw on the support of the Secretariat-General (SG).

    For administration:

    DG Personnel and Administration (ADMIN – from 1 January 2010 DG Human Resources and Security, HR);

    DG Informatics (DIGIT);

    Office for Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements (PMO); Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Brussels (OIB);

    Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Luxembourg (OIL);

    European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO);

    European Administration School (EAS).

     

    Internal Market and Services

    Michel Barnier

    DG Internal Market and Services (MARKT);

    Office of Harmonisation in the Internal Market (OHIM).

     

     

    International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response[5]

    Kristalina Georgieva


    DG Humanitarian Aid (ECHO)

     

    Change for DG ECHO:

    The Civil Protection Units ENV A.3. and ENV A.4 move to DG ECHO from DG Environment (ENV).

     

     

    Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship. Vice-President of the Commission

    Viviane Reding

    Directorates D and E of DG Justice, Liberty and Security (JLS) (Directorate A will serve both the Home Affairs portfolio and the Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship portfolio);

    The Equality between Men/Women, Action against Discrimination, Civil Society Directorate EMPL G (will remain within DG EMPL but be placed under the responsibility of the commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship); 

    European Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA);

    European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE);

    European Judicial Cooperation Unit (EUROJUST);

    DG Communication (COMM);

    Publications Office (OP).

     

    Change for DG JLS:

    The Consumer Contract and Marketing Law SANCO B.2 moves to DG JLS from DG Health and Consumers (SANCO) as part of the Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship portfolio.

     

    Changes for DG COMM:

    - The Citizenship Unit EAC D.4 and the Visitors Unit EAC D.5 move to DG COMM from DG Education and Culture (EAC).

     

    Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

     

    Maria Damanaki

    DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MARE);

    Community Fisheries Control Agency (CFCA).

     

    Regional policy

    Johannes Hahn

    DG Regional Policy (REGIO)

     

    Research, Innovation and Science

    Maire Geoghegan-Quinn

    DG Research (RTD);

    Joint Research Centre (JRC);

    European Research Council (ERC);

    Research Executive Agency (REA);

    European Research Council Executive Agency (ERCEA).

     

    Changes for DG RTD:

    - The Marie Curie Programme Units RTD T.2 and T.3 move from DG RTD to DG Education and Culture (EAC).

     

    Taxation and Customs Union, Audit and Anti-Fraud

     

    Algirdas Šemeta

    For Taxation and Customs Union: DG Taxation and Customs Union (TAXUD).

     

    For Audit and Anti-Fraud:[6]

    Internal Audit Service (IAS);

    European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF).

     

    Change for the IAS:

    - The Secretariat of the Audit Progress Committee (Unit SG B.2) moves to the IAS from the Secretariat-General (SG).

     

    Trade

    Karel de Gucht

    DG TRADE

     

    Change for DG TRADE:

    - The co-ordination of the Trans-Atlantic Economic Council (TEC) moves to DG TRADE from DG Enterprise and Industry.

     

    Transport. Vice-President of the Commission

    Siim Kallas

    DG Transport to be created out of DG Transport and Energy (TREN);

    European Railway Agency (ERA);

    European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA);

    European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA);

    Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency;

    The transport part of the Executive Agency of Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI).

     

    Changes for DG TREN:

    - The state aid competencies currently in DG TREN will move to DG Competition (COMP).

    - The Satellite Navigation Units TREN G.3, G.4 and G.5 move from DG TREN to DG Enterprise and Industry (ENTR), consequently the Global Navigation Satellites System Supervision Agency (Galileo) moves to the Industry and Entrepreneurship portfolio.


     

    [1] In close cooperation with the High Representative/Vice-President in accordance with the treaties.

    [2] Without prejudice for the future creation of the European External Action Service (EEAS). - The development commissioner will moreover assure the political representation of the Commission in the Foreign Affairs Council given the role of the High Representative/Vice President as the President of that formation of the Council and for this task draw on the support of the SG and of DG RELEX.

    [3] In close cooperation with the High Representative/Vice-President in accordance with the treaties.

    [4] Without prejudice for the creation of the future European External Action Service (EEAS).

    [5] In close cooperation with the High Representative/Vice-President in accordance with the treaties.

    [6] For budgetary discharge, the commissioner will draw on the support of DG Budget (BUDG).

     

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