This policy brief, based on the D5.3 deliverable, presents CIVILEX findings and key recommendations that should be considered prior to the implementation of any information system aimed to support EU external action, prior to the development of a future situational awarenes, information exchange and operation control platform (OCP).
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The aim of the report is to map the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) institutional and policy landscape (including lessons learned) in order to achieve an understanding of the state of the art concerning situational awareness, information exchange and operational control within EU CSDP civilian missions. In doing so, the project seeks to describe the political and institutional background in which the possible establishment of a future Situational Awareness, Information Exchange and Operation Control Platform (OCP) will take place.
This report contains core OCP requirements as defined through analysis of the working domain. These requirements cover a technical/architectural point of view, but also include a working process and institutional perspective. The requirements are described using the MoSCOW typology (must-have, should-have, could-have, would-have).
One of the main outcomes of the CIVILEX project: the 'Roadmap and recommendations for implementation ' report will be presented to the European Commission by the end of April. This report will outline the OCP implementation process, define priorities and constraints and identify success/failure criteria for the implementtion of the Operation Control Platform.
Find attached a preview of the preliminary results as presented in the second CIVILEX stakeholders workshop.
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