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Title Lessons from the European Commission's development of the second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II) : (pursuant to Article 287(4), second subparagraph, TFEU) / European Court of Auditors.

Published Luxembourg Publications Office of the European Union, 2014.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  363.285094 LESS    AVAILABLE
Physical description 58 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm.
Series Special report ; 2014 no. 03.
[EUi collection]
Special report (European Court of Auditors) ; no. 2014/3.
EUi collection.
Notes "QJ-AB-14-003-EN-C"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Executive summary -- Introduction -- Audit scope and approach. Audit scope; Audit approach -- Observations. Section 1: The Commission delivered SIS II albeit over 6 years late; Section 2: The cost of developing the central system and network increased from 23 million euro to 189 million euro; Section 3: The Commission did not ensure that the business case for SIS II included a thorough reassessment of the costs and expected benefits, updated to take into account major changes; Section 4: The Commission learnt lessons from its experience during the first part of the project to complete SIS II and prepare future projects -- Conclusions and recommendations -- Annex: Chronology of SIS II -- Reply of the Commission.
Summary "The Schengen Information System contains information on people and property which is used by border guards and police throughout the Schengen Area. In this report the Court of Auditors examines the Commission's management of the project to develop a new, second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II). It explains why the system was delivered 6 years later than planned and at 8 times the initial budget estimate. "
Other author European Court of Auditors
Subject European Commission -- Information resources management -- Evaluation.
Schengen Agreement (1985)
Border security -- European Union countries -- Data processing.
Law enforcement -- European Union countries -- International cooperation.
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Criminal justice, Administration of -- European Union countries.
Emigration and immigration law -- European Union countries.
Freedom of movement -- European Union countries.
ISBN 9789292419349 (pbk.)
929241934X (pbk.)