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Study on EU agencies’ contribution to the implementation of the EU’s policy agendas
How do EU agencies and other bodies contribute to the Europe 2020 Strategy and to the Juncker Commission Agenda?
A report prepared for the EU Agencies Network and presented at the EU Agencies Forum
Deloitte has mapped out the contribution of 44 EU agencies and joint undertakings in the implementation of the Europe 2020 Strategy and Juncker Commission Agenda objectives. By doing so, it has highlighted how agencies and other bodies deliver value for European citizens and businesses.
Presenting the contribution of EU agencies to the implementation of European policies
The report, prepared for the EU Agencies Network, reviews the contribution of 44 EU agencies and joint undertakings against the Europe 2020 Strategy and the Juncker Commission Agenda priorities. The first section of the report presents the background to the EU’s strategic objectives as set out in the EU Treaties, the Europe 2020 Strategy and the Juncker Commission Agenda. Then the basis of the methodological approach of the analysis is set out in the form of a Value Map.
The second section of the report provides the analysis of agencies’ contribution to the EU’s strategic objectives along five key aspects of citizens’ and businesses’ everyday lives:
- Ensuring an area of freedom, security and justice,
- Supervising financial systems,
- Supporting EU businesses and innovation,
- Fostering citizens’ well-being,
- Providing security and defence.
The report presents the benefits of EU agencies in a clear and straightforward way to a wide range of audiences, including citizens, members of the European Parliament, as well as stakeholders and beneficiaries of agencies’ services.
EU Agencies Forum
The study was presented at the EU Agencies Forum, which took place in the European Parliament on 6-7 December 2016: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgqIh6z7sQM. The Forum gathered policy makers and representatives of EU institutions, the industry and civil society to discuss the work and contribution of the members of the EU Agencies Network.
Should you need more information on the report in particular or regarding Deloitte’s work delivered to EU agencies, please contact Thierry Van Schoubroeck.