On 27 March, representatives of ECSA and WSC and the ANNA project coordinator discussed the ways how to develop a Masterplan 2015 and co-operate.
ANNA presented to WSC and ECSA representatives that a Masterplan 2015 should at least relate to questions relating to :
- Can you develop a suitable Maritime Single Window (msw), including how
- Are you allowed to develop this suitable maritime Single Window.
In this perspective the presentation and informal discussion considered if the Masterplan 2015 should contain/relate to issues covering:
- The framework conditions (who runs the system - public, private or combination)
- Data security elements (availability, confidentiality and integrity)
- Legal issues
- Value for Money investing
- Minimum data requirements
WSC and ECSA noted these points and expressed the opinion that the Masterplan should deal with the further standardisation of data requirements across Member States, as well as maximum reuse of data elements including ENS data elements via a harmonised eManifest. They agreed to share with the project various joint papers and documents outlining these and other views on the implementation of the MSW.
ANNA representatives indicated that the Masterplan 2015 can assist the national administration to develop and execute their own implementation path, based on a commonly shared design. This implementation will differ per country. Stakeholder participation is essential.
The Masterplan 2015 can assist the national administration to develop and execute their own implementation path, based on a commonly shared design. This implementation will differ per country. Stakeholder participation is essential.
A meeting with all stakeholder organisations that signed a Letter of Support is envisaged for 18 April at the AnNa Office in Brussels. Invitations have to be sent.