|Title||Country report on implementation and use of infrastructures for spatial information|
Monitoring and reporting provide important information on the development of the NSDI (National Spatial Data Infrastructure) and INSPIRE and therefore constitute an important source of information for decisions concerning the implementation of INSPIRE Directive and for the future evolution.
Delivery process is managed by EEA
|Legislative instrument title||INSPIRE Directive|
|Reporting dates and guidelines|
|National reporting coordinators|
|National reporting contacts||
Reporters under the INSPIRE Directive (extranet-inspire-reporter)
|Reporting frequency||Every 36 months|
|Next report due||15/05/2019|
|Date comments||The reporting date of the two sibling obligations (INSPIRE Monitoring and Reporting) is synchronized. Both have to be submitted by 15 May - one on annual cycles, the other every three years.|
|Report to||European Commission|
|Other clients using this reporting|
|Reporting guidelines||All required guidelines are available from the official INSPIRE web page.|
The INSPIRE Implementing Rule on Monitoring and Reporting (Decision 2009/442) is available from http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid...
The collected country reports have to be publicly available and have to be provided to the European Commission. The above mentioned implementing rule state that all the results of reporting should be public. The implementing rules also ask Member States to publish the information on the Internet. It is also proposed that the European Commission publishes the results.
|Data used for|
|Type of information reported||Compliance|