Posts tagged with "European Commission"

European Commission Work Programme for 2024
EU Newsletter · 20. October 2023
The document outlines the achievements of the last four years of the mandate and what remains to be done to realise the ambitions set for a stronger and more resilient Union and to prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.

FEBIS participates in the creation of the European Payment Observatory in commercial transactions
FEBIS · 31. August 2023
One of the components of this Observatory is the Stakeholder's Forum, composed of associations, information providers, and administrations with experience in the problem of late payments.

Data Protection: European Commission adopts new adequacy decision for safe and trusted EU-US data flows
EU Newsletter · 11. July 2023
After the ECJ invalidated the former EU-US Privacy Shield, businesses who operate cross- border have been waiting to get another EU-US Adequacy decision which will enable a sound legal basis for cross- Atlantic data flows.

FEBIS participates in the first Stakeholder Forum meeting of the EU Payments Observatory
FEBIS · 03. May 2023
In her State of the Union address in September 2022, President von der Leyen announced the revision of Directive 2011/7/EU on combating late payments in commercial transactions. This measure is one of the measures that will be put in place to put an end to the culture of late payments. An essential aspect is the lack of transparency, and the creation of an Observatory is one of the main measures of this project.

Council adopts its position and its negotiating mandate on EU law on criminal finances
EU Newsletter · 30. March 2023
This proposal regulates the access by law-enforcement and competent authorities (FIUs) to information about the identity of bank-account holders contained in national centralised registries.

Open Data: European Commission opens last level  infringement proceeding for non-transposition of the Open Data Directive by four Member States
EU Newsletter · 16. February 2023
On February 15th 2023, , the European Commission decided to refer Belgium, Bulgaria, Latvia and the Netherlands to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to transpose EU rules on open data and the re-use of public sector data (Directive EU 2019/1024, referred to as the Open Data Directive) into national law.

European Commission Work Programme 2023
EU Newsletter · 26. October 2022
On 18 October 2022, the European Commission adopted its 2023 Commission work programme setting out the next steps in its bold and transformative agenda in the face of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, rising energy prices and the knock-on effects on the economy, while defending Europe’s democratic values and pursuing our long-term goals and interests.

State of play of the review of the NACE classification
EU Newsletter · 07. April 2022
The review of the NACE is now drawing to a close, and the current near-final version of the new NACE is presented in the enclosed Structure of the new NACE version document for your information.

US Tech calls on focused measures on the DSA while some Member States pledge for European Data Sovereignty
FEBIS · 08. March 2021
In a letter unveiled on March 3, the US Tech representative organisation CCIA is urging the European Parliament and Member States to focus on getting a global European approach in the DSA, rather than national initiatives.

EU Newsletter · 12. November 2020
On November 6, 2020, the DG Grow H1 unit of the European Commission organised a webinar on Late Payments. One of the major aims of this webinar was to help the Commission to assess the scope and data needs for setting up an EU observatory on Late Payments.

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