Discussions are intensifying on what a post-Stockholm programme might look like in Europe. One of the central practical advances made by the EU in supporting work in the areas of freedom, security and justice has been the creation of the agency eu-LISA (EU Agency for Large Scale IT Systems). Currently focusing on asylum, migration and other border management IT infrastructure, the agency’s remit and competencies will grow over time, drawing in additional IT infrastructure responsibilities in the field of justice and home affairs.
This roundtable discussion provided an opportunity for stakeholders to discuss directly with eu-LISA Executive Director Krum Garkov what developments are on the horizon and how the agency will grow its competencies in partnership with both the public and private sectors and its role in the post-Stockholm discussions.
The post-event report is now available for download here.
This event featured Krum Garkov, Executive Director, eu-LISA
Mr Krum Garkov is the Executive Director of eu-LISA since 1 November 2012.
He has more than 15 years of cross-cultural experiences spanning the public and private sectors, complemented by two Master degrees in the area of information technology, a MBA and project management certification.
Mr Garkov is a goal-oriented, innovative technology strategist driving large-scale global operations to optimize IT portfolio management and operational efficiency. Read more...
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