In the coming months the team of specialists at EPRD’s Research & Evaluation Department will provide their expertise in delivering three new studies ordered by the European Commission:
– Study on data collected in the context of national public procurement remedies systems for the Directorate-General Enterprise and Industry;
– Study to support the preparation of an evaluation of the existing EU instrument on a European emergency travel document as well as of an impact assessment on a potential EU policy initiative on a European emergency travel document to facilitate the exercise of the right to consular protection by unrepresented Union citizens whilst enhancing its security features for the Directorate-General for Justice and
– Study on collecting most recent information for a certain number of substances with the view to analyse the health, socio-economic and environmental impacts in connection with possibleof Directive 2004/37/EC on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work for Directorate-General Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion.
We will provide our consulting services in close cooperation with EPRD’s longlasting British partners Risk & Policy Analysts Ltd., thus continuing a streak of successfully implemented studies and evaluations for various Directorates of the European Commission across the entire European Union.