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Assessment of the ICT implications of new EU legislation

Nowadays almost all implementation of new EU legislation requires the support of IT systems, e.g. for the exchange of information between authorities across borders or for the delivery of online public services to citizens. Consideration of ICT implications early in the drafting procedure will ensure a timely implementation of legislation and offers the possibility of reusing and adapting existing solutions as much as possible.

3.1Contributing to efficient implementation of EU law

computer technology elements and laptop - earth globes and binary data leaksAssessment of ICT implications of EU legislation

When is this action of interest to you?

You work in the legislative department of a public administration, preparing or evaluating legislation that is likely to result in the development of new or an update of existing IT systems. You would like to ensure the feasibility of the IT requirements you put into the legislation and to build a solid basis for the estimation of costs, benefits and duration of implementation.

You work in the IT department of a public administration and you are charged with the technical implementation of upcoming EU or national legislation. You would like to ensure that the required system completion date and allocated budget are realistic.

You decided to invest on a new IT system/service or extend and maintain an existing one. You want to know what will be the additional investment to make the system/service interoperable and which benefits will derive from it.