Annual work programme
The Board of Regulators shall, after consulting all interested parties, adopt the annual work programme of BEREC before the end of each year preceding that to which the work programme relates.
BEREC is set to review its Strategy to make sure that its work stays relevant in relation to major developments in the digital ecosystem. The BEREC Strategy has the function of guiding BEREC’s work in the medium term and serves as the blue print for BEREC´s annual work programmes. The objective of review is to update BEREC‘s strategy for the period 2018-2020, by identifying specific strategic priorities, that takes market and technological developments into account. During the 32nd BEREC plenary meetings board of Regulators adopted the BEREC Strategy 2018-2020.
During its 33rd plenary meeting (7-8 December 2017, Copenhagen), the Board of Regulators adopted the BEREC Work Programme 2018. It is based on the BEREC Strategy 2018-2020, that gives focus and impetus to BEREC’s work, channelling the Body's overall strategy and giving clear direction to all its activities in view of the challenges.
More information about the BEREC Work Programmes can be obtained by consulting the Work Programme for each respective year, as listed below:
- BEREC WP 2018
- BEREC 2017 WP
- BEREC 2016 WP
- BEREC 2015 WP
- BEREC 2014 WP
- BEREC 2013 WP
- BEREC 2012 WP
- BEREC 2011 WP
- BEREC 2010 WP
BEREC maintains close relations with the European Commission, the Council, the European Parliament, who, in accordance with the BEREC Regulation, may ask for its opinion. BEREC will assign high priority to such requests and therefore needs to ensure that sufficient resources can be made available at short notice. In order to meet such requests, it may become necessary to re-prioritise or make changes to the work programme, especially with regard to the timing of individual elements of the work programme.
Furthermore, BEREC will also continue to co-operate with other advisory bodies, such as RSPG and ENISA where that cooperation contributes to the interests of citizens and the promotion of competition.