The project is not taking inquiries from external parties. Only external parties that are assigned as experts representing a specific member state are involved.
However, an open invitation to participate will be issued should the project need external expertise.
The budget is 500,000 euros and is co-financed by the EU Commission and Sweden.
No. Instead, the project aims at providing an implementation solution that fulfils the legal requirements imposed by VMS when no other option is available.
The final outcome will be published as open source and with a supporting license.
June 2013 – the project was introduced
2014 – funding was received
September 2014 – the project begane
January 2015 – the development phase began
December 31, 2015 – the project will close
Requirements for the project are set by a board consisting of representatives from participating member states who articulate the needs of their countries and comment on requirements from an aggregation of various tender specifications.
Requirements which are approved by the board are subjected to a MoSCoW analysis. A backlog for the developers is then produced
Because the requirements process is ongoing and a thorough analysis of specific systems has not been performed, we are unable to say whether or not all of the requirements expressed are met by other existing systems.