ECDC Annual Work Programme 2010
As in the previous years, ECDC‟s work for 2010 is planned on a yearly basis in an Annual Work Programme with a medium term “rolling time horizon”, which is based on the Strategic Multiannual Programme (2007-2013). In this way, ECDC‟s day-to-day work is linked to its longerterm goals and official mandate.
ECDC Annual Work Programme 2009
As stated in Article 14-5(d) of ECDC’s Founding Regulation, [The Management Board shall:] “adopt, before 31 January each year, the Centre's programme of work for the coming year.” The Annual Work Programme 2009 is firmly based on ECDC’s Strategic Multi-annual Programme (SMP) 2007- 2013. The short (annual), medium (2-3 years) and long-term (until 2013) programmes are clearly presented and linked in order to form an integrated, cohesive whole.
ECDC Annual Work Programme 2008
ECDC’s Annual Work Programme for 2008 is the first that has been made on the basis of the ECDC Strategic Multiannual Programme 2007-2013, and it therefore follows the structure and strategic orientation of that document.
Programme of work for 2005-2006
The work programme is structured according to the tasks listed in the founding regulation. As 2005 is not a full operational year for the Centre and the start up of the Centre stretches into 2006, a combined work programme for 2005 and 2006 will give a more precise picture of actions.
ECDC Annual Work Programme 2016
In accordance with ECDC’s Founding Regulation, the Centre’s work is guided by an Annual Programme of work based on a revisable Multi-annual Programme. The second Strategic Multi-annual Programme covers the period 2014-2020. The present document presents the proposed Work Programme of ECDC for 2016, including the resources, both in terms of budget and staff.
ECDC Programme of Work for 2007
The 2007 programme of work reflect the current matrix structure of the Centre with both functional Units and 7 disease-specific projects, covering the diseases set out in Decision 2119/98. At the end of each Unit’s 2007 work plan are listed all the relevant elements from the disease-specific projects that relate to the functions of that particular unit.
ECDC Single Programming Document 2018-2020
The ‘Single Programming Document’ for 2018 includes two parts: the first one presents our strategic objectives and priorities for the next three years while the second one provides more detail on the specific objectives and expected outputs for 2018.
ECDC Annual Work Programme 2013
According to the ECDC Strategic Multi-annual Programme, for the period 2010-2013, ECDC should consolidate its Public Health Functions (surveillance, scientific advice, preparedness and response, health communication), while at the same time reinforce and give more visibility to the Disease Specific work. The adoption of longterm strategies for the Disease Specific Programmes by the Management Board in November 2009 complemented the Multi-annual Work Programme for the period 2010-2013. Partnerships (including Relations with Member States and External Relations) are at the core of ECDC missions. ECDC will work on further improving its cooperation with the EU institutions, Member States, other public health partners and external partners, through the streamlining of its cooperation principles, structures and practices. As for 2012, some cross-cutting activities will be particularly emphasised. Specific strategies covering all parts of the Centre have been developed in four areas: measles elimination, health inequalities/migrant health, microbiology coordination, and support to candidate countries.
ECDC Annual Work Programme 2014
As stated in Article 14.5(d) of ECDC’s Founding Regulation, [The Management Board shall:] “adopt, before 31 January each year, the Centre’s programme of work for the coming year.” The ECDC Annual Work Programme 2014 is based on ECDC’s Strategic Multi-annual Programme (SMAP) 2014-2020. The activities to be implemented in 2014 are clearly and individually linked to the long-term strategies of ECDC. In 2014, ECDC will further reinforce the: collaboration and cooperation with EU institutions, Member States and international partners; consolidate its core and support functions; strengthen the role and outputs of the seven disease programmes; and ensure that leadership, administration and ICT efficiently support the core operations of the Centre.
Single Programming Document 2017
ECDC Work Programme, renamed ‘Single Programming Document’ includes two parts: the first part presents our objectives and priorities for the next three years while the second part provides more detail on the specific objectives and expected outputs for 2017. This new structure aligned content-wise with ECDC Strategic Multi-annual Programme 2014-2020, and with the new guidelines from the European Commission now used by all EU agencies, aims at providing a more predictable horizon, with rolling multiannual objectives to be adjusted every year, as well as a clearer presentation that should help our stakeholders as well as Budgetary Authority to more easily review and understand the content of our work.