Labor market management is crucial to a thriving economy. Our blog identifies some of the primary goals and challenges faced by government agencies. We’ve designed our Public Employment Service solutions to help them achieve these goals. Ensuring they can react to rapid changes in the labor market, guide jobseekers to sustainable opportunities, and help to reduce unemployment.
EU Interoperability is a clearly defined goal of the EU. In this second part of our blog, we explore the solution presented by Amr at a recent eu-LISA Industry Roundtable in Tallinn, when he outlined a landscape in which Interoperability can be achieved using UMF. And how WCC technology can help to improve the interoperability within member states.
EU Member States face many border control and security challenges, including mass immigration, criminal activities, and terrorism. More recently, tracking the spread of COVID-19. At the same time, EU Interoperability is limited, and this leads to information silos within central EU systems. WCC has a role to play in improving Interoperability within the EU and individual member states systems. In the first of two blogs, we describe just some of the challenges faced in finding a solution.
The volume of global air passenger traffic has grown dramatically in recent decades, already exceeding 4 billion passenger journeys in 2018. Since 9/11, Advance Passenger Information (API) and Passenger Name Records (PNR) have been vital to combatting passenger-based threats to civil aviation security. The introduction of smart matching of biographic data and greater use of biometrics means that passports and other travel document types may become a thing of the past.