- Euralarm meets its membersDecember 19th, 2012
- Monitoring Report for EuralarmDecember 8th, 2012
- Monitoring Report for EuralarmNovember 8th, 2012
- Euralarm at the CSAA AGMNovember 8th, 2012
- “Mission for Growth”October 30th, 2012
- Euralarm at the Eurofeu GA October 19th, 2012
- Security meets IndustryOctober 15th, 2012
- CertAlarm appoints Anja KinskyOctober 11th, 2012
- EURALARM meets CSAAOctober 9th, 2012
- Monitoring Report Sept 2012October 8th, 2012
- GESA Conference "Civil Alert"September 28th, 2012
- Euralarm at the Security 2012 September 22nd, 2012
- NAFOTS celebrates it's 10th September 12th, 2012
- Monitoring Report August 2012September 12th, 2012
- Support of the EU Action PlanAugust 22nd, 2012
- Monitoring Report July 2012August 2nd, 2012
- Security Research Event 2012July 5th, 2012
- Monitoring Report June 2012July 4th, 2012
- Monitoring Report May 2012June 6th, 2012
- New Euralarm BoardMay 21st, 2012
- New Euralarm PresidentMay 21st, 2012
- Welcome to APSEI and DEFApril 18th, 2012
- Euralarm arrives in Brussels! March 24th, 2012
Monitoring Report for Euralarm June 2012July 4th, 2012
On 8 June the European Commission adopted a “Services Package”, taking stock of progress achieved by member states in the implementation of the Services Directive and setting out actions that the Commission is proposing to stimulate growth in the services sector. The Commission highlights that further measures are needed to fully realise the objectives of the Services Directive and deliver a well-functioning single market for services. The European Parliament Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) has reached an agreement with the Council Presidency and the Commission on the proposal for European Standardisation. The agreement, which includes services within the scope of the regulation, must still be finally approved by the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament as a whole. Parliament´s vote is expected to take place at the September plenary session in Strasbourg. The regulation will apply directly in all member states from 1 January 2013.
Martin Ehrenhauser MEP (NI, Austria) has put a question to the European Commission on Horizon 2020 and the security sector. Given that one of the objectives identified in the Communication on Horizon 2020 is the promotion of ‘inclusive, innovative and secure societies’, Mr. Ehrenhauser asks the European Commission about the budget that will be allocated to the security research area in the next EU research funding programme.
Discussions continue in the European Parliament on the proposals for and draft reports on Horizon 2020, the EU’s new research framework programme. At a hearing on 18 June, Teresa Riera Madurell MEP (S&D, Spain) outlined her report on Specific Programme Implementing Horizon 2020, in which she proposes having a dedicated heading and budget to research and security issues.
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