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Decision in case 960/2016/TM on the European Investment Bank´s alleged failure to handle a complaint in a timely manner

Hétfő | 04 december 2017

The case concerned the alleged failure of the European Investment Bank (EIB) Complaints Mechanism to handle a complaint in a timely manner. The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that the delay was justified due to the complexity of the subject matter of the complaint. The Ombudsman therefore found no maladministration by the EIB.

Decision in case 318/2016/ZA on the failure by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium Enterprise to reply to a request for review in a recruitment procedure

Csütörtök | 22 december 2016

The case concerned the failure by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises (EASME) to reply to the complainant’s request for review following a recruitment procedure for a contract agent.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and asked EASME to reply to the complainant and address her concerns about her exclusion from the ‘reserve list’ of successful candidates. In its reply, EASME apologised for what it described as “an unfortunate event”, which should not have happened, and explained why the complainant had not been included in the reserve list.

The Ombudsman found EASME’s explanations about the complainant’s exclusion convincing. However, she regretted the fact that it had taken EASME one year to reply to the complainant’s request for review, and that it had done so only after the Ombudsman’s intervention. The Ombudsman encouraged EASME to take steps to ensure that similar incidents do not occur in the future.

Decision in case OI/1/2016 on the failure by the European Commission to reply to a request for a legal review of a decision by an EU agency

Csütörtök | 22 december 2016

The case concerned the failure by the European Commission to reply to the complainant’s request for a legal review of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency’s decision to reject his project from EU funding under the Erasmus+ programme. The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that the Commission had already replied to the complainant. She therefore considered this part of the complaint as settled by the institution. She also examined the substance of the Commission’s reply and found it comprehensive and reasonable. She therefore decided that there was no maladministration.

Határozat Az Európai Ombudsman határozata az Európai Bizottság általi kifizetések időszerűségére vonatkozó OI/11/2015/EIS számú saját kezdeményezésű vizsgálat lezárásáról - OI/11/2015/EIS. sz. ügyben hozott határozata

Hétfő | 19 december 2016

A vizsgálat során az ombudsman egyaránt figyelembe vette a Bizottságnak a – különösen a szabálytalan és hibás kifizetések elkerülése által megvalósuló – hatékony és eredményes pénzgazdálkodásra vonatkozó kötelezettségét és a vállalkozók, illetve kedvezményezettek megfelelő ügyintézéshez való jogát, nevezetesen a kifizetési kérelmek észszerű határidőn belüli kezelését.

Az ombudsman tájékoztatást kért a késedelmes kifizetéses esetek számáról és arányáról, a késedelem időtartamáról, a szóban forgó összegekről, valamint a késedelmi kamattal terhelt kifizetésekről. Az ombudsman helyszíni vizsgálatot is végzett annak érdekében, hogy a gyakorlatban is megismerje a fizetési eljárások működését.

Az ombudsman megjegyzi, hogy az összes késedelmes kifizetés aránya 2013 óta növekszik, ami elsősorban két tényezőnek tudható be. Először is a 2013. január 1-jén hatályba lépő jelenlegi pénzügyi szabályozás szorosabb fizetési határidőket ír elő. Másodszor az EU költségvetési hatósága (azaz a Parlament és a Tanács) 2014-ben határt szabott a „kifizetési előirányzatoknak”, vagyis azoknak a pénzeknek, amelyeket az intézményeknek osztanak ki év közbeni számláik kiegyenlítésére.

Az ombudsman üdvözli a Bizottságnak a 2015-ös késedelmes fizetések számának és értékének csökkentése terén tett előrelépését, azok 2014-es tetőzése után. Elismeri, hogy a kifizetési előirányzatokban beállt hiány kivételes eset, amely a Bizottság hatáskörén kívül esik. Az ombudsman továbbá megjegyzi, hogy a késedelmes kifizetések átlagának 2013-ban kezdődő emelkedése nem jelenti azt, hogy a Bizottság teljesítménye abszolút értékben romlott. Az ombudsman ugyanakkor hangsúlyozza, hogy a Bizottságnak jelentős erőfeszítéseket kell tennie annak érdekében, hogy betartsa a jelenlegi pénzügyi szabályozás által bevezetett, jogszabályban előírt szorosabb határidőket.

Az ombudsman vizsgálata igazolta, hogy a Bizottság szorosan nyomon követi teljesítményét ezen a területen és számos bevált gyakorlatot fejlesztett ki. Az ombudsman azonban aggodalmát fejezi ki, hogy a Bizottság által nemrégiben bejelentett egyes intézkedéseket már 2010-ben felvetették az ombudsman által egy korábbi vizsgálattal összefüggésben indított konzultációt követően.

Az ombudsman ezért arra ösztönzi a Bizottságot, hogy fokozza erőfeszítéseit a pénzügyi és működési ellenőrzések összehangolása, az online eszközök fejlesztése, a személyzeti fluktuáció lehető leghatékonyabb kezelése, a felfüggesztések kezelése, valamint a számlák kellő időben történő feldolgozása terén. A fentieket szem előtt tartva az ombudsman javaslatokat fogalmaz meg.

Decision in case 628/2016/EIS concerning the decision of the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) not to allow the complainant to submit a new application after he failed to pass the first tests

Csütörtök | 01 december 2016

The case concerned the decision of the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) not to allow the complainant to submit a second application in the context of a call for expressions of interest which contained no specific deadline for the submission of applications. The complainant sought to submit a second application after failing to pass the test linked to his initial application under the same selection procedure. The complainant argued that EPSO failed to provide adequate replies to his letters concerning (i) the legal basis for not allowing candidates to reapply in selection procedures without any specific closing dates; and (ii) the conditions, including the behaviour of staff, at the test centre in Spain.

In its response, EPSO referred to the conditions set out in the call for expressions of interest as the legal basis for its actions. It also explained that it had investigated the matter concerning the behaviour of the staff at the test centre.

The Ombudsman found EPSO’s explanation to be reasonable and adequate, so the case was closed.

Decision in case 1093/2016/JAP concerning the European Commission’s failure to reply to correspondence about problems with the submission of a grant proposal

Csütörtök | 01 december 2016

The case concerned the Commission’s failure to reply to the complainant’s messages concerning its difficulties with the submission of a grant proposal. Due to technical problems, the complainant was not able to apply through the Commission’s system PRIAMOS. Instead, it submitted its proposal by e-mail, which remained unanswered.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and asked the Commission to reply. In its reply, the Commission apologised for not having replied earlier. It said that it could not accept the complainant’s e-mail application because the system had functioned properly and the Commission had not been able to identify any attempts by the complainant to send the proposal via PRIAMOS before the deadline.

Decision of the European Ombudsman on complaint 844/2014/(PL)DR concerning the handling by the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) of computer problems in an open competition

Kedd | 30 augusztus 2016

The case concerned EPSO’s actions following a computer-server crash during a test and EPSO's handling of the complainant's requests for review and for access to documents.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that EPSO (i) did not deal properly with the situation arising from the computer crash, (ii) failed to deal properly with the complainant's request for review and (iii) failed to handle properly the complainant's request for access to documents. Therefore, the Ombudsman made three recommendations to EPSO.

EPSO accepted the Ombudsman's first recommendation regarding how it should deal with technical problems during a computer-based test. The second recommendation was that EPSO should provide the complainant with a detailed explanation of how it had dealt with his request for a review. The Ombudsman did not find EPSO's response on this to be convincing and that EPSO’s handling of the request for a review constituted maladministration. Finally, EPSO did not accept the Ombudsman's third recommendation regarding the provision of access to documents. The Ombudsman found that EPSO’s failure to provide further documents also constituted maladministration. In addition to two findings of maladministration, the Ombudsman also made a suggestion to EPSO on how it could improve its contact service for candidates.  

A State aid complaint

Hétfő | 15 február 2016

Decision of the European Ombudsman closing the inquiry into complaint 1731/2013/PHP concerning the European Commission's handling of three alleged cases of State Aid to football clubs in Spain and a related request for access to documents

Csütörtök | 11 február 2016

This case concerned the European Commission's handling of information submitted by the complainant, alleging three cases of unlawful State aid granted to Spanish football clubs. The complainant argued that the Commission had failed to decide within a reasonable time whether it should open a formal investigation into the allegedly illegal State aid. Since, in the complainant's view, the Commission was failing to take action, the complainant made a request for access to some documents related to two of these cases. The Commission refused to give access on grounds of the protection of the purpose of the investigations.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found no maladministration on either issue by the Commission. She has therefore closed the case.

Decision of the European Ombudsman closing the inquiry into complaint 1582/2014/PHP on the European Commission's handling of authorisation applications for genetically modified food and feed

Péntek | 15 január 2016

The case concerned delays encountered in the authorisation of twenty applications for genetically modified food and feed. The complainants informed the Commission of their concerns on several occasions. In their view, the Commission's explanations and the persistent delays were unacceptable. Therefore, the complainants turned to the Ombudsman.

The Ombudsman inquired into the issue and found that the delays affecting the twenty applications were not justified. In the course of the inquiry, the Commission dealt with all the pending applications. The Ombudsman concluded, however, that the delays reflected a systemic problem rather than being the result of matters specific to the particular authorisation applications. In closing the inquiry, the Ombudsman found that the delays constituted maladministration on the part of the Commission.

Opinion of the European Commission

Szerda | 30 szeptember 2015