Home Affairs; framework program “Security and Safeguarding Liberties”
Contributions are sought from individuals (experts, beneficiaries), public authorities, intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations, social partners and civil society, academic institutions, international organisations, EU Institutions and Agencies, based in EU Member States or third Countries.
The Commission would in particular like to encourage members of the following target groups to participate:
From 14/07/2016 to 15/11/2016
The aim of the consultation is to collect views and opinions on the results and impacts of actions co-financed by the CIPS programme during 2007-2013 and to assess their relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, coherence and and EU added value.
The specific programme “Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism and other Security related risks“ (CIPS) was established for the period 2007 to 2013 by Decision No 2007/125/JHA as one of two programmes under the General programme on “Security and Safeguarding Liberties“.
The CIPS programme concerns critical infrastructure and other security issues, including operational issues in areas such as crisis management, environment, public health, transport, research and technological development.
The fund supports investments related to actions on operational cooperation and coordination (strengthening networking, mutual confidence and understanding, development of contingency plans, exchange and dissemination of information, experience and best practice); analytical, monitoring, evaluation and audit activities; development and transfer of technology and methodology, particularly regarding information sharing and inter-operability; training, exchange of staff and experts; and awareness and dissemination activities.
This public consultation is part of a process to evaluate the results achieved by the actions implemented through the CIPS 2007-2013 programme and aims at offering to the stakeholders the opportunity to share their views on this matter, and gather ideas and analysis. For this evaluation, the Commission needs to gather substantial information from different stakeholders in order to contribute to making the future implementation of EU financial instruments in the field prevention of and fight against crime (i.e. Internal Security Fund – instrument for police cooperation) more relevant, effective, efficient, coherent and to achieve the higher EU added value.
For more information on this consultation, please read the background document and the roadmap.
You can contribute to this public consultation by filling out the online questionnaire. You may find it useful to refer to the background document and to the glossary which are published alongside this consultation.
As part of the European Transparency Initiative, the Commission asks organisations (including NGOs, trade associations, enterprises etc.) who wish to participate in public consultations to provide the Commission and the public with information about whom and what they represent, their objectives, funding and structures, by registering in the Transparency Register and subscribing to its Code of Conduct.
If an organisation decides not to provide this information, it is the Commission's stated policy to list the contribution as part of the individual contributions (Consultation Standards, see COM (2002) 704, and Communication on ETI Follow-up, see COM (2007) 127 of 21/03/2007). These replies will be published separately.
The contributions to this public consultation will be published on Internet, unless you provide a substantial justification for your opposition to the publication of your contribution (see questionnaire). It is important to read the specific privacy statement attached to this consultation for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.
Replies may be submitted in any EU official language. Given possible delays in translating comments submitted in some languages, contributions in English are welcome, as they will help the Commission to process the survey more swiftly.