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 +====== The IMI Network ======
 +  - What is the Internal Market Information System (IMI)?
 +  - Why do we need an Internal Market Information System?
 +  - What benefits does IMI deliver?
 +  - How does IMI work?
 +  - Strategy for expanding and developing IMI
 +  - IMI in the future
 +
 +===== 1. What is the Internal Market Information System? =====
 +  * IMI is a multilingual electronic tool for exchange of information between Competent Authorities throughout the European Economic Area
 +  * IMI is developed by the European Commission in partnership with the Member States
 +  * IMI was financed and set up as a "​Project of common interest"​ under the IDABC Work Programme (2005-2009)
 +  * IMI facilitates communication between public administrations at national, regional and local level since 2008
 +  * Competent Authorities of the 30 EEA Member States can contact each other via IMI
 +
 +===== IMI is one system with customised applications for different Directives =====
 +  * COMPETENT AUTHORITIES AND NATIONAL EXPERTS
 +    * CA DATA
 +  * QUESTION SET GENERATOR
 +    * QUESTIONS
 +  * LANGUAGE SUPPORT
 +    * Information exchange
 +
 +===== 2. Why do we need an IMI System? =====
 +Making legislation work better for citizens and business:
 +  * Free movement of goods, services, people and capital depends on a complex mixture of rules (EU and national level)
 +  * Ensuring compliance with the rules is the responsibility of public authorities at local, regional and national level across the European Economic Area (EEA)
 +  * Public authorities need to cooperate closely to ensure that the full benefits of the legal framework are delivered for citizens and businesses
 +
 +===== 2. Why do we need an IMI System? (II) =====
 +  * Confidence and trust between administrations can only be established on the basis of contact and easy access to information
 +  * However there are many practical barriers to cooperation,​ such as language or administrative structures
 +  * Administrative cooperation will not happen spontaneously – it needs support, particularly in a larger more diverse Europe
 +
 +===== Administrative cooperation - The legal obligations =====
 +  * IMI does not impose additional obligations on Member States beyond those already contained in internal market legislation
 +  * Revised Directive on Professional Qualifications (2005/​36/​EC)
 +    * Article 8 - Administrative cooperation
 +    * Article 50 - Documentation and formalities
 +    * Article 56 - Competent Authorities
 +  * Services Directive (2006/​123/​EC)
 +    * Articles 28-36 in particular articles 34.1, 36 and recital 112
 +
 +===== 3. What benefits does IMI deliver? =====
 +  * For Member States
 +  * For Competent Authorities
 +  * For migrating professionals
 +  * For European Commission
 +
 +===== Benefits for Member States =====
 +  - Easy to use and flexible
 +  - No new legal obligations
 +  - A single system to manage
 +
 +===== Benefits for Competent Authorities =====
 +  - Easy access to information
 +  - More transparent process
 +  - Greater efficiency
 +
 +===== Benefits for migrating professionals =====
 +  - More transparent process
 +  - Faster response by administrations
 +
 +===== Benefits for European Commission =====
 +  - Lower costs, Faster development
 +  - Easy to support new legislative areas
 +
 +===== Result =====
 +  - Exchange of information at all levels of administration across EU becomes possible
 +  - Secure and reliable system which allows complex problems to be dealt with quickly
 +  - Single system to support different pieces of Internal Market legislation
 +
 +===== 4. How does IMI work? Actors and roles in IMI =====
 +  * European Commission
 +  * Competent Authorities (CAs)
 +  * IMI Coordinators (NIMIC, SDIMIC, DIMIC) ​
 +
 +===== European Commission =====
 +  - develops, maintains and runs IMI (data centre Luxembourg)
 +  - provides translations
 +  - central Helpdesk
 +
 +===== Competent Authorities =====
 +  - find relevant Competent Authorities in another Member State
 +  - exchange information with this CA in other Member State
 +  - administer data and users of their authority in IMI
 +
 +===== IMI Coordinators =====
 +  - technical/ administrative coordination,​ e.g. registration and support of CAs (help desk)
 +  - functional coordination – by choice ​
 +  - act as CA and exchange information through IMI with other CAs 
 +
 +===== 4. How does IMI work? System functionality =====
 +IMI supports cooperation between MS administrations by addressing the following problems:
 +  * Language barriers – 23 official EU languages
 +  * Lack of clearly identified partners in other Member States (MS)
 +  * Different administrative structures and cultures
 +  * Lack of administrative procedures for crossborder cooperation
 +  * Management of 351 bilateral relationships in EU-27
 +
 +===== IMI System functionality =====
 +  - IMI works in all official EU languages
 +  - Identifying partners in IMI
 +  - Flexibility for MS to organise themselves as they wish
 +    * Competent Authorities may contact each other directly via IMI
 +    * A MS may decide to direct all requests via the Coordinator of the CA
 +    * A MS may decide to direct all replies via the Coordinator of the CA
 +    * It is possible that both requests and replies are sent via Coordinators
 +
 +===== IMI System functionality (2) =====
 +  - Member States have agreed the flow of information for a request in IMI
 +    * The simple workflow of a request in IMI consists of 4 steps only
 +  - Member States have agreed on the questions which can be asked in IMI
 +  - Member States can monitor IMI to make sure that replies are on time
 +  - MS manage single relationship with the IMI network instead of 31 bilateral relationships ((EC and 31 states from EEA))
 +
 +===== 5. Strategy for expanding and developing IMI =====
 +
 +  * IMI was launched in November 2007 for the registration of Competent Authorities
 +    * Test IMI application with real data and real information exchanges
 +    * Put in place organisational structures in Member States for large-scale roll-out
 +    * Set up the necessary support structures for the project
 +
 +===== Professional Qualifications Directive =====
 +  * Since February 2008 IMI has been supporting the exchange of information required by the revised Professional Qualifications Directive (2005/​36/​EC)
 +    * pilot project for the 4 professions,​ including 2 sectoral professions
 +  * Extending IMI to other Professions
 +    * preference for the 5 additional sectoral professions and 2 other professions (December 2008)
 +    * preference for 20 additional professions with significant migration rates (October 2009)
 +    * preference for 4 professions regulated in more Member States (October 2010)
 +    * general opening of system to other professions (since May 2012)
 +
 +===== 6. IMI in the future =====
 +  * Integration of the Regulated Professions Database (RegProf)
  
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