The Information Management Unit of Eurojust is responsible for ensuring efficient, effective and secure communication and information sharing both within Eurojust and between Eurojust and our partners in Member States, with the aim of supporting Eurojust in becoming the key player and centre of excellence at a judicial level, ensuring effective action against organised cross border crime in the EU.
Responsibilities of the Information Management Unit include:
- Implementation of new and improved technical solutions to support:
- Operational work of Eurojust in the fight against cross-border crime and
- Administrative work;
- Management and implementation of the technical changes to implement the revised Eurojust Decision;
- Further development of the European Pool against Organised Crime (EPOC IV) project;
- Provision of IT User Support including tools and equipment;
- Provision of IT training to the organisation.
To efficiently fulfill its mission, the Information Management Unit consists of teams responsible for projects and ICT operations in addition to a team providing horizontal IT-related services to Eurojust. This division draws on and combines skills and resources from information science, information technology, records management, archives and general project management.
The Projects Team consists of project officers, business analysts and developers providing professional services to Eurojust, namely project management, application development and business analysis.
The ICT Operations Team consists of ICT support and helpdesk officers that offer IT user support and numerous technical services to the organisation.
Finally, application managers, an ICT trainer and a technical architect provide general IT services that are not project dependent, namely: management of applications, provision of IT training and technical architecture advice.