The Justice Programme 2014-2020 and the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Programme have secured funding for national/cross-border projects for the continued maintenance and evolution of the e-CODEX and e-evidence Core Service Platforms, and related aspects including training.
The e-Evidence Project led by the European Commission, DG Justice and Consumers, provides for the e-Evidence Digital Exchange System (being the e-evidence Core Service Platform) that manages the European Investigation Order and Mutual Legal Assistance procedures (e-Forms, business logic, statistics, log, etc.) on European level. The system is under continuous development and DG Justice and Consumers closely monitors its rollout among the Member States providing support, conformance and training, and coordinating all national deployments and/or cross-border projects related to the work done in the e-Evidence project.
TREIO is one of the key projects towards the successful e-Evidence Exchange Digital System’s EU-wide deployment as it seeks to provide an all-round cross-border training on EIO, including demo and video tutorials on the use of the system. At this early stage of its implementation, it is of crucial importance to align the project timeline to the deployment plans of the national projects currently taking place.
TREIO took part in the June Projects’ Coordination Meeting to discuss how to best work together in the months to come alongside representatives of 8 Member States – Belgium, Denmark, Malta, Spain, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, and Portugal, and members of Me-CODEX II and EXEC II projects.