These reports present the findings and conclusions from the external evaluation of ENISA’s core operational activities in 2014.
The overall objective of the evaluation was to evaluate the effectiveness, efficiency, added value, utility, coordination and coherence of the activities carried out by ENISA, thereby providing ENISA with an evaluation of its performance and an assessment of the possible options for change/improvement.
The legal basis for the evaluation includes:
- The Financial Regulation applicable to ENISA, whereby Article 29 (5) stipulates that ex–post evaluations shall be undertaken and that such evaluations shall be undertaken for all programmes and activities which entail significant spending. The results of such an evaluation are to be sent to the Management Board.
- Article 11.2(f) of the ENISA Regulation (EU) No 526/2013 which stipulates that the Executive Director shall be responsible for preparing the action plan following-up on the conclusions of the retrospective evaluations and reporting on progress every two years to the Commission.
2015 report and case studies