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Streamlining INSPIRE monitoring and reporting for 2019

Vlado Cetl and Joeri Robbrecht

(Submission #167)


The current INSPIRE Monitoring and Reporting system (requirements, processes and supporting tools) is based on Article 21 of the Directive and on the 2009 Reporting Implementing Decision. Experience from the previous reporting rounds and the evaluation have shown that this system leaves room for improvement and streamlining. Textual information is still quite significant in this system but since it is not always relevant nor comparable and that it represents a significant burden, updated information should be collected in an easier, comparable and less burdensome way for the reporting actors (MS, EEA, EC). In October 2016, a dedicated temporary sub-group “Monitoring & Reporting 2019” has been established. The scope of the action and group is to modernise and streamline the monitoring and reporting process in order to make it more fit for purpose, less cumbersome for all partners involved and based to the maximum extent possible on indicators automatically derivable from existing INSPIRE services. The current activities of the group are focused on development of key performance indicators (KPI) and drafting of proposal for legal changes in Commission Decision regarding INSPIRE monitoring and reporting.


Topic Area:  [2.3] Technologies and tools to support implementing, using and assessing the technical implementation of INSPIRE
Abstract Type:  Oral Presentation

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Comments:   Should be part of a session on the MIWP 2016-2020.

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