Security Industrial policy + Horizon 2020 Secure Societies. Khoen Liem Policy and Research in security DG Enterprise and Industry. Helsinki, 25 March 2014 i 2013. Content. Industry policy for security sector FP7 - achievements Horizon - 2020 "Secure society"
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Security Industrial policy + Horizon 2020Secure Societies
Policy and Research in security DG Enterprise and Industry
Helsinki, 25 March 2014i 2013
The Commission announced a policy initiative for the EU security industry in the EU 2020 flagship initiative "An Industrial Policy for the Globalisation Era Putting Competitiveness and Sustainability at Centre Stage".COM(2010) 614
This lead to the dedicated Communication "Security Industrial Policy - Action Plan for an innovative and competitive Security Industry" COM(2012) 417
Action Plan for an innovative and competitive Security Industry
1. Overcoming the fragmentation of the EU security market
2. Reducing the gap from research to market
3. Better integration of the societal dimension
Societal impact: “checking” during the R&D phase
Privacy by design and privacy by default during the design phase
Security research &the 7th Framework Programme (FP7)
- easier access
- easier applications
- less reporting
- shorter time to grant
- quicker payments
- fewer audits
It concerns the protection of citizens, society and economy as well as Europe's assets, infrastructures and services, its prosperity, political stability and well-being.
Any malfunction or disruption, intentional or accidental, can have a detrimental impact with high associated economic or societal costs.
Secure Societies: does industry matter?
The security industry is one of the sectors with highest potential for growth and employment in the EU. In 2011, the sector employed 180,000 people, with an annual turnover of approximately €30 billion.
European Cyber Security Strategy
- The EU Internal Security Strategy in Action, COM(2010)673
- Towards a stronger European disaster response: the role of civil protection and humanitarian assistance, COM(2010)600
- The EU Action Plan on combating terrorism
- The Security Industry Policy Action Plan COM (2012) 417
- Cybersecurity Strategy of the European Union: An Open, Safe and Secure Cyberspace JOIN(2013) 1 final
- Flagship Initiative 'Digital Agenda for Europe'
- The EU Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings 2012–2016, COM(2012) 286
- European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection (EPCIP),COM(2006)786
- Civilian Headline Goal 2008
- EU Maritime Security Strategy……(2014)
Security is an issue that can only be tackled effectively if all stakeholders cooperate. Representatives of the public and private sector need to work together across borders. The Work Programme is addressed to:
Call open: 25 March 2014
Call closed: 28 Aug 2014
Info on outcome of Evaluation: end October 2014
Signature of Grant Agreements: starting early 2015
In “Security Industrial Policy-Action Plan for an innovative and competitive Security Industry” (COM(2012) 417 final) it is written :
“Pre-commercial procurement (PCP) is a very useful tool in bridging the gap from research to market…..in particular in domains, where there is an institutional market or a market largely driven by legislation, given that public procurement of innovative products and services is vital for improving the quality and efficiency of public services at a time of budget constraints.
Eventually, PCP should enable public users to play a more central role in the innovation cycle through the purchase of novel technologies.
Procurers should act as "agents of change".
The Commission intends to devote a significant part of the Secure Societies budget in Horizon 2020 on this instrument.
PCP: using public-sector demand to drive development of innovative solutions from Europe’s research and private sectors.
It is an additional tool that can be used to bridge the gap between research and market.
PCP should enable public users to play a more central role in the innovation cycle through th purchase of novel technologies.
Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP)
PPI - Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions
Public Procurement of
Innovative Solutions (PPI)
Applied R&D / Pre-commercial Procurement (PCP)
Deployment of commercial volumes of end-products
Wide diffusion of newly developed solutions
of limited volume
of first test products /
Also normally multiple sourcing here to keep competition going
Conclusions of the European Council (19-20/12)
European Council – Research & Dual-use
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