Digitalisation of European reporting, monitoring and audit

: European added value assessment

Autor(es):
Müller, Klaus-Robert | Jančová, Lenka | Lomba, Niombo
Parlamento Europeo. Dirección General de Servicios de Estudios Parlamentarios
Editor: Brussels : European Union, October 2021Descripción: 54 p. ; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 978-92-846-8551-6Tema(s): Tecnologías habilitadoras digitales | normas | informes | digitalización | programas de financiación | Unión EuropeaRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento Resumen: he rules governing the monitoring and reporting obligations of EU funding programmes under shared management have been developing progressively over time. Across the EU, there are over 290 different reporting systems. Fragmentation makes data incomparable, prevents the use of AI and big data sets and systems for monitoring and control, and prevents stakeholders and society from getting a comprehensive overview of the way funds are distributed. This European added value assessment accompanies the report of the European Parliament's Committee on Budgetary Control (CONT) on the ‘Digitalisation of the European reporting, monitoring and audit’ (2021/2054(INL)), by making an evidence-based analysis, identifying gaps and barriers, laying out possible policy options and pointing to their potential impacts. Action in the field could diminish fraud, abuse and weaknesses of EU funding programmes, which would lead to more efficiency and transparency. The three policy options identified in this study propose strengthening the enforcement of existing measures, creating a single EU database, and introducing requirements for the disclosure of relevant information on companies.
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he rules governing the monitoring and reporting obligations of EU
funding programmes under shared management have been developing
progressively over time. Across the EU, there are over 290 different
reporting systems. Fragmentation makes data incomparable, prevents the
use of AI and big data sets and systems for monitoring and control, and
prevents stakeholders and society from getting a comprehensive overview
of the way funds are distributed.
This European added value assessment accompanies the report of the
European Parliament's Committee on Budgetary Control (CONT) on the
‘Digitalisation of the European reporting, monitoring and audit’
(2021/2054(INL)), by making an evidence-based analysis, identifying gaps
and barriers, laying out possible policy options and pointing to their
potential impacts.
Action in the field could diminish fraud, abuse and weaknesses of EU
funding programmes, which would lead to more efficiency and
transparency. The three policy options identified in this study propose
strengthening the enforcement of existing measures, creating a single EU
database, and introducing requirements for the disclosure of relevant
information on companies.

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