Security Officer - Secretary to the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board

FRONTEX - European Border and Coast Guard Agency

Security Officer - Secretary to the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board

FRONTEX - European Border and Coast Guard Agency

Warsaw, Poland

Reference number: RCT-2021-00051

Position (business title): Security Officer - Secretary to the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board (a reserve list to be created for 1 position to be filled)
Sector/Unit/Division: Security Unit/Financial, Digital and Security Division
Function group/Grade/Post title: Temporary staff, AD9, Principal Administrator1
Grade bracket for internal mobility2:AD5 - AD12
Grade for inter-agency mobility1: AD5 - AD9
Starting date: December 2021 (desired)
Level of Security Clearance: SECRET UE/EU SECRET
Closing date for applications: (MIDDAY) 18 October 2021 at 12:00 h3, Warsaw local time


The European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) has been established under the European Border and Coast Guard Regulation4. The agency was created on the foundations of the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union (established under Council Regulation (EC) No 2007/2004), which has been coordinating operational activities at the EU external border since 2005.

Frontex is located in Warsaw, Poland, and is in the process of significantly increasing the size of its staff to 2,000 to meet its expanding tasks.

The new European Border and Coast Guard Regulation provides for the establishment of a European Border and Coast Guard Standing Corps, which will consist of up to 10,000 operational staff by 2027, and will be deployed along the external land, sea and air borders of the European Union and the Schengen Area.

With the establishment of the Standing Corps - the first European law enforcement uniformed corps - Frontex offers a unique, pioneering opportunity to form part of the EU’s operational arm for European integrated border management. The establishment and operations of the Standing Corps gives raise to various novel legal challenges and risks. The selected applicant will have a chance to significantly contribute to the application of the EU law in this area by developing creative legal solutions in cooperation with internal and external partners.

The Agency’s key tasks include:

  • Operational and technical assistance to the EU member states at their external borders by coordinating joint border control operations including deployment of vessels, aircraft and other equipment and border and coast guards from EU countries;
  • Coordination of border surveillance and law enforcement activities being part of maritime security in cooperation with national authorities and EU agencies such as Europol, EMSA and EFCA;
  • Situation monitoring of EU’s external borders and risk analysis of all aspects of border and coast guard management, including assessment of the EU Member States’ border control authorities’ ability to face migratory pressure and different challenges at their external borders;
  • Assisting Member States in returning nationals of non-EU countries who do not have the right to remain on the territory of the EU;
  • Development of training programmes for European border and coast guards;
  • Monitoring new technological developments in the field of border control and acting as an interface between research institutions, industry and national border and coast guard authorities;
  • Cooperation with EU and international organisations in the area of border and coast guard management, security, and prevention of cross-border crime (including terrorism);
  • Assist non-EU countries in the context of technical and operational cooperation on border management including return of non-EU nationals, in the framework of the EU external relations policy.

For more information, please refer to our website:


The Security Unit is part of the Financial, Digital and Security Division and is specifically responsible for developing, enforcing and managing physical, personnel and Communication & Information Systems (CIS) security, supervision on handling of European Union Classified Information (EUCI) as well as carrying out corporate services including facility management and front line services.

Main tasks of the Security Sector:

  1. Providing horizontal security services, advice and assessment to internal and external stakeholders;
  2. Ensuring efficient and timely protection for all the Frontex staff members including all categories of European standing corps, visitors and contractors and visitors as well as the Frontex assets and information;
  3. Providing recommendations and expertise to support the function of a Frontex Security Authority;
  4. Cooperating with the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board, in particular on the accreditation of classified Communication and Information Systems (CIS);
  5. Ensuring correct implementation of security and non-operational safety standards;
  6. Conducting security inquiries;
  7. Protecting Frontex premises with the Frontex guard service;
  8. Providing assurance of liability and trustworthiness of staff, visitors and contractors via a personnel security management program, performing vetting and background checks for staff accessing EUCI;
  9. Providing duty of care of staff on duty outside the Headquarters without prejudice to the responsibilities of the Deployment Management Division in regard to the duty of care for the standing corps;
  10. Ensuring secure handling of European Union Classified Information (EUCI);
  11. Implementing trainings and awareness sessions on security, non-operational safety and handling of EUCI;
  12. Ensuring correct use of classified Communication and Information Systems (CIS), including insurance and implementation of the classified CIS security accreditation policy;
  13. Ensuring implementation and execution of the function of Local Informatics Security Officer (LISO) as per relevant security standards;
  14. Developing and performing security breach drill program;
  15. Conducting Security Analysis and Security Risk Assessments;
  16. Cooperating with EU agencies and institutions, national and European or international law enforcement or military agencies, organisations and bodies in the field of security.


The Security Officer - Secretary to the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board is responsible for organising and providing the expertise administrative support to the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board. The EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board is the security accreditation authority for EUROSUR, established within the Agency as an independent body performing the security accreditation activities related to EUROSUR.

The Security Officer - Secretary to the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board is accountable to the Frontex Security Authority, reporting on his daily work to the Head of Unit under the supervision of the Head of Security Sector, with the exception of tasks as the Secretary to the Security Accreditation Board, where the incumbent reports to the Chair of the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board.

The main duties, apart from performing tasks of Secretary to the EUROSUR Security Accreditation Board related to this position are:

  • Provide strategic advice in security matters allowing Frontex to operate in a secure environment;
  • Monitor the correct implementation of Frontex’s security rules and standards;
  • Monitor and implement relevant European and International corporate security standards;
  • Monitor and implement relevant European and International ISO IEC 27000 quality standards;
  • Develop and ensure a corporate security risk management programme.


4.1. Eligibility criteria

To be eligible, an applicant shall:

  • Possess a level of education which corresponds to completed university studies attested by a diploma when the normal period of university education is four years or more (of full-time education);


Possess a level of education which corresponds to completed university studies attested by a diploma followed by at least one year full-time professional experience, when the normal period of university education is at least three years (of full-time education);

Only qualifications that have been awarded in EU Member States or that are subject to the equivalence certificates issued by the authorities in EU Member States shall be taken into consideration.

Only the required education will be taken into account.

  • b) Possess (by the closing date for applications) at least 12 years of proven full-time professional experience in positions corresponding to the nature of duties of the vacant post acquired after the diploma was awarded and (at the same time) after the condition(s) described in criterion a) above are fulfilled;

Professional experience will be taken into account after the award of the minimum qualification certifying the completion of the level of studies required above in the criterion a). Only duly documented professional activity is taken into account.

ANY GIVEN PERIOD OF STUDIES OR PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE MAY BE COUNTED ONLY ONCE. In order to be calculated as eligible, years of studies or professional experience to be taken into account shall not overlap with other periods of studies or professional experience, e.g. if the applicant had a fulltime job and did freelance consultancy work in the evenings and weekends, the days spent on the latter will not be added to the period. In case of part-time work the professional experience will be calculated pro-rata in line with the workload stated by the applicant. Compulsory military service or equivalent civilian service accomplished after achieving the minimum qualification stated in the first two bullet points shall be taken into consideration as professional experience if the official documentation is provided.

  • Produce evidence of thorough knowledge of one of the languages of the European Union and of satisfactory knowledge of another language of the European Union to the extent necessary for the performance of the duties (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: B2 level);
  • Be a citizen of one of the Member States of the European Union or the Schengen Associated Countries and enjoy full rights as its citizen;
  • Have fulfilled any obligations imposed on him/her by the laws of the country of citizenship concerning military service.

4.2. Selection criteria

Suitability of applicants will be assessed against the following criteria in different steps of the selection procedure. Certain criteria will be assessed/scored only for shortlisted applicants during interviews (and or tests):

Professional competences:

  1. At least 8 years of professional working experience in corporate security-related specialised administrative support;
  2. Serving for at least 5 years for the National Security Agency or working experience of as a Security Officer within the European or international environment;
  3. Working experience in and ability to implement corporate security standards and general quality standards;
  4. Experience in management of European Union Classified Information and Sensitive Non-classified Information and contribution to the establishment of the classified systems for their administration;
  5. Training in the area of security and quality standards confirmed by a certificate issued by a recognised institution (e.g. ISO/IEC 27000, CISSP5);
  6. Knowledge of security accreditation procedures;
  7. Working experience in cooperation with the European Union agencies or institutions.

Besides, the following attributes would be considered advantageous:

  1. Working experience within a law enforcement, intelligence or security organisation;
  2. Working experience with communication and information systems (CIS);
  3. Completed studies or certification in corporate security and safety standards, methodology and its application;
  4. Sound financial management.

Personal qualities and competences:

  1. Excellent organisational skills specifically around administrative, resource management and events management tasks;
  2. Ability to collect and analyse information, solve problems and make decisions;
  3. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills in English (ability to communicate clearly and precisely to different audiences both orally and in writing);
  4. Capability to arrange and prioritise work autonomously, including the ability to cope with stress in relation to demanding and multiple tasks, heavy workload and time pressure in order to deliver results within tight deadlines;
  5. Strong sense of initiative, responsibility and commitment; a pro-active, result and customer service - oriented work ethic;
  6. Ability to work independently as well as to cooperate effectively within a diverse team in an international and multicultural environment (good team-working & team-building skills);
  7. Discretion and ability to work in an environment that requires high level of confidentiality;
  8. Competent user of Microsoft Office applications (e.g. MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook), MS Teams, CICSO Webex and the internet.


The selected applicant(s) will be required to make a declaration of commitment to act independently in Union’s interest and to make a declaration in relation to interests that might be considered prejudicial to his/her independence.


Frontex applies an equal opportunities policy and accepts applications without distinction on grounds of age, race, political, philosophical or religious conviction, sex or sexual orientation and regardless of disabilities, marital status or family situation.


The recruitment procedure includes the following steps:

  • After registration, each application is checked in order to verify whether it meets the eligibility criteria;
  • All the eligible applications are evaluated by an appointed Selection Committee based on a combination of certain selection criteria defined in the vacancy notice (some criteria will be assessed/scored only for shortlisted applicants during interviews and/or tests). Certain selection criteria may be assessed/scored jointly and some criteria may be assessed/scored in two or more steps of the recruitment procedure;
  • Best-qualified applicants who obtain the highest number of points within the application evaluation and who are matching best the evaluated selection criteria will be shortlisted and invited for a competency test and an interview; the names of the members of the Selection Committee will be disclosed to the applicants invited for the test and interview. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted;
  • The test and interview will be conducted in English. At least one part of the written test will be assessed based on anonymized answers. To properly assess the specific knowledge and experience, the qualifying written test will also be compulsory for internal applicants interested in an internal mobility and for applicants from other EU Agencies interested in an inter-agency mobility;
  • During the interviews and tests, the Selection Committee will examine the profiles of shortlisted applicants and assess their relevancy for the post in question. Certain selection criteria may be assessed/scored jointly and some criteria may be assessed/scored in two or more steps of the recruitment procedure;
  • As a result of the interview and test, the Selection Committee will recommend the most suitable applicant(s) for the post in question to the Executive Director of Frontex. An additional interview with the Executive Director and/or another relevant manager may be arranged before the Executive Director makes his proposal on the best suited applicant(s) to the Management Board;
  • Suitable external applicants will be proposed for a reserve list, which may also be used to fill similar vacant posts depending on the needs of Frontex. This reserve list will be valid for 2 years (the validity period may be extended). Applicants should note that the placement on the reserve list does not guarantee an employment offer;
  • Each interviewed applicant will be notified in writing on the outcome of his/her application.

The work and deliberations of the Selection Committee are strictly confidential and any contact of an applicant with its members is absolutely forbidden.

Applicants may be requested to present, at any stage of the selection, documents which will support the information contained in their application form such as originals of their diploma(s), evidence of professional experience clearly indicating the starting, finishing dates and scope of work and workload. Failure to provide such an evidence may lead to disqualification of the respective part of the application.


The most successful applicant will be appointed by the Management Board of Frontex.

In order to be engaged, the appointed applicant shall:

  • Be available for the job at short notice (not later than 4 months after the job offer is made);
  • Produce the appropriate character references as to his/her suitability for the performance of duties (a criminal record certificate or equivalent certificate, not older than six months) and a declaration in relation to interests that might be considered prejudicial to his/her independence;
  • Be physically fit to perform the duties6.

The successful external applicant will be engaged as temporary staff pursuant to Article 2(f) of the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Communities (CEOS). The temporary post in question is placed in the following function group and grade: AD97.

The staff member’s remuneration consists of a basic salary and allowances. The staff member may be entitled to various allowances, in particular to an expatriation (16 % of basic gross salary) or to a foreign residence allowance (4 % of basic gross salary) – depending on particular situation, and to family allowances (depending on personal situation) such as household allowance, dependent child allowance, pre-school allowance, education allowance.

The final net calculation (amount payable) is as follows:

Function group, grade and step AD9
Step 1
Step 2
1. Basic net/payable salary (after all deductions, contributions and taxes are applied) 4 221 EUR
18 851 PLN
4 366 EUR
19 497 PLN
2. Other possible monthly entitlements/allowances, depending on the personal situation of the candidate (expressed as gross amount weighted by 70.9 correction coefficient applicable for Poland):
b. Household allowance 251 EUR
1 121 PLN
256 EUR
1 142 PLN
c. Expatriation allowance 914 – 1 098 EUR
4 083 – 4 902 PLN
953 – 1 137 EUR
4 254 – 5 077 PLN
d. Dependent child allowances for each child 299 EUR
1 334 PLN
299 EUR
1 334 PLN
e. Preschool allowance  73 EUR
326 PLN
73 EUR
326 PLN
f. Education allowance for each child up to  405 EUR
1 810 PLN
405 EUR
1 810 PLN

The remuneration is expressed in EUR, after the compulsory deductions set out in the Staff Regulations or in any implementing regulations is weighted by the correction coefficient for Poland (currently 70.9). It can be paid either in EUR or in PLN according to a fixed exchange rate (currently 4.466 PLN/EUR).

The remuneration of the staff members, the correction coefficient and the exchange rate are updated annually before the end of each year, with retroactive effect from 1 July, in accordance with Annex XI of the Staff Regulations.

Staff pays an EU tax at source and deductions are also made for medical insurance, pension and unemployment insurance. Salaries are exempt from national taxes. The rate of the solidarity levy is 6%.

An (accredited8) European School will operate in Warsaw as of September 2021 to allow dependent children of all Frontex statutory staff (including Polish nationals) to attend a (tuition-free) European-type multilingual education. The school is opening gradually, and the complete education cycle (from Nursery to Secondary level finishing with the European Baccalaureate exam) will be available in September 2024.

Moreover, the headquarters agreement with the Polish authorities is effective as of 1 November 2017. Under this agreement the Polish authorities may provide the following main benefits to Frontex expatriate staff9:

  1. in case the appropriate education level is not available yet for a child in the accredited European School in Warsaw - reimbursement of tuition cost of each dependent child attending a school (up to and including secondary school) on Polish territory up to a limit of 35 000 PLN per school year;
  2. reimbursement of VAT on purchases of main household effects to assist a newcomer to settle in Warsaw;
  3. reimbursement of VAT on a purchase of a private car (this entitlement is renewable after 36 months).

Staff is entitled to annual leave of two working days per each complete calendar month of service and to additional days of leave depending on the grade and age. Moreover, two and a half leave days are granted every year to the staff members entitled to the expatriation or foreign residence allowance for the purpose of visiting their home country. In addition, there are on average 18 public holidays per year. Special leave is granted for certain circumstances such as marriage, birth or adoption of a child, etc.

Frontex being a knowledge-based organization acknowledges the importance of training provided to its staff. Frontex provides general and technical nature training as well as professional development opportunities that are discussed annually during the staff performance appraisal.

Throughout the period of service staff is a member of the EU pension scheme. The pension is granted after completing a minimum of 10 years' service and after reaching the pensionable age of 66 years. The pensionable age for staff recruited before 1 January 2014 varies between 60 and 65 years. Pension rights acquired in one or more national schemes before starting to work at Frontex may be transferred into the EU pension system.

Staff is covered 24/7 and worldwide by the Joint Sickness Insurance Scheme (JSIS). Staff is insured against sickness, the risk of occupational disease and accident as well as entitled under certain conditions to a monthly unemployment allowance, the right to receive payment of invalidity allowance and travel insurance.

For further information on working conditions please refer to the Staff Regulations and the CEOS.

A contract of employment will be offered for a period of five years, with a probationary period of nine months. The contract may be renewed.

Frontex requires selected applicants to undergo a vetting procedure executed by the National Security Authority of the applicants’ state of citizenship in order to obtain a personnel security clearance. The level of the latter depends on the specific post/position. For this post, the required level of clearance is specified on the title page of the Vacancy Notice. Applicants who currently hold a valid personnel security clearance at the above-mentioned level (or higher) may not need to obtain a new one, pending confirmation from their respective National Security Authority. The National Security Authority of the applicant shall provide Frontex, with an opinion or a personnel security clearance in accordance with relevant national legislation. In case selected applicants do not currently hold a valid security clearance at the abovementioned level, Frontex will request such from the National Security Authority of the applicants’ state of citizenship. In case of a failure to obtain the required personnel security clearance or if the National Security Agency issues a negative opinion at the above-mentioned level after the signature of the contract of employment Frontex has the right to terminate the contract of employment.


Frontex ensures that applicants' personal data are processed in accordance with Article 5(1)(a) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1725 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2018 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data by the Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies and on the free movement of such data.

Please note that Frontex will not return applications to applicants. This is due, in particular, to the confidentiality and security of such data.

The legal basis for the selection procedures of contract staff are defined in the CEOS10.

The purpose of processing personal data is to enable to properly carry out selection procedures.

The selection procedure is conducted under the responsibility of the Human Resources Unit, within the Governance Support Centre of Frontex. The controller for personal data protection purposes is the Head of the Human Resources Unit.

The information provided by applicants will be accessible to strictly limited number of staff in Human Resources, to the Selection Committee members and to Frontex management. If necessary, it will be provided to the staff of Legal and Procurement Unit, external parties directly involved in the selection process or to respective experts in ICT (in case of technical issues with the application).

There will be no automated decision making or profiling upon applicants’ data.

No data is transferred to a third country or international organisation.

Processing begins on the date of receipt of the application. Data storage policy is as follows:

  • For applications received from not-selected applicants: the data are filed and stored in archives for 2 years and after this time the data are destroyed;
  • For applicants placed on a reserve list but not recruited: the data are kept for the period of validity of the reserve list + 1 year and after this time the data are destroyed;
  • For recruited applicants: the data are kept for a period of 10 years after the termination of employment or as of the last pension payment and after this time the data are destroyed.

Applicants have the right to request access to and rectification or restriction of processing concerning the data subject or, where applicable, the right to object to processing or the right to data portability. In case of identification data, applicants can rectify those data at any time during the procedure. In the case of data related to the eligibility or selection criteria, the right of rectification can only be exercised by submitting/uploading a new application and it cannot be exercised after the closing date for submission of applications. Withdrawal of a consent to such data processing operations would result in exclusion of the applicant from the recruitment and selection procedure.

Should an applicant have any query concerning the processing of his/her personal data and has substantiated request, he/she shall address them to the HR Sector at or Frontex Data Protection Officer at

Applicants may have recourse at any time to the European Data Protection Supervisor (


Each applicant may request a feedback on assessment of his or her applications as established by the Selection Committee and, if deemed appropriate, ask for a formal review/reassessment by writing to Please note that the Selection Committee may only assesses the information provided in the application form (during the screening phase) or your performance during the test and interview (we must disregard any other opinions such as reference letters or your perception of your past achievements). We may not provide you with any data related to other applicants.

If an applicant considers that he/she has been adversely affected by a particular decision related to the selection procedure, he/she can lodge a complaint under Article 90(2) of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union and Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union, laid down by Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC No 259/68)11, mentioning the reference number of the selection procedure, at the following address:

Human Resources
Plac Europejski 6
00-844 Warsaw

The complaint must be lodged within 3 months. The time limit for initiating this type of procedure starts to run from the time the applicant is notified of the act adversely affecting him/her or from the date of publication of final outcome on Frontex website.

Applicants also have a possibility to complain to the European Ombudsman. Please note that complaints made to the European Ombudsman have no direct effect on the decision taken by Frontex in regards to your application and on the time period laid down in Article 91 of the Staff Regulations. Under Article 2(4) of the general conditions governing the performance of the Ombudsman's duties, any complaint lodged with the Ombudsman must be preceded by the appropriate administrative approaches to Frontex.


Note: It is required to upload the digital application form saved in its original electronic dynamic PDF format (not scanned). Do not use any e-mail communication to submit your application (for exceptional circumstances see point 6 below) – such an application will be automatically disregarded and will not be recorded and further processed.

Frontex Application Form is to be downloaded (as a dynamic PDF form) from Frontex website under the link provided next to the Reference Number of the post. This digital application form is specifically created only for this selection procedure (and shall not be reused for another procedure).

The Frontex Application Form must:

  1. Be opened in a PDF reader in a MS Windows equipped computer – the recommended version of the PDF reader is Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (version 2021.001.20155. You may download a free version here:;
  2. Not be manipulated or altered. The form is digitally signed and protected against any manipulation or changes. Therefore, applicants shall not try to manipulate and/or alter it – in such a case the digital signature will disappear and the application form will become invalid for subsequent processing resulting in an automatic rejection of such submission;
  3. Be completed in English. Fields, where you may enter your input, are highlighted in light blue colour. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a required input. You should be concise, the space for your input is limited by the size of the text boxes;
  4. Be saved and named as follows: ‘SURNAME_RCT-2021-00051;
  5. Be submitted to Frontex – after saving - by uploading it to this URL link:;
  6. In case you have technical issues with filling/saving/uploading your electronic application form, you may write to us (in advance of the closing date for submission of applications) at

In case you submit more than one application for this procedure, Frontex will only assess the latest one and will automatically disregard all your previous applications.

If at any stage of the selection procedure it is established that any of the requested information provided by an applicant is false or misleading, the applicant in question will be disqualified.

Applicants shortlisted for an interview will be requested to supply documentary evidence in support of the statements made in the application. Do not, however, attach any supporting or supplementary documentation with your application until you have been asked to do so by Frontex.

Incomplete applications, applications uploaded after the deadline, sent by e-mail or applications using inappropriate or altered/manipulated application forms will be automatically disregarded by the system and will not be processed further.

Due to the large volume of applications, Frontex regrets that only applicants invited for the test and interview will be notified about the outcomes. The status of the recruitment procedure is to be found on Frontex website.

Due to high volume of selection procedures handled by Frontex, the period between the closing date for the submission of applications and the final shortlisting of applicants for an interview may take more than two months.

The closing date (and time) for the submission of applications is provided on the title page of the Vacancy Notice.

Please keep a copy of the automatically generated submission code that proves that you have submitted/uploaded your application to Frontex.

Applicants are strongly recommended not to wait until the last day to submit their applications.

Frontex cannot be held responsible for any last-minute malfunction due to an overload of the system or for other technical issues applicants may eventually encounter in the very last moment before the deadline.

1 Type of post: Administrator;
2 For existing EU temporary staff 2(f) applicants for whom Article 55 the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union (CEOS) is applicable;
3 Date of publication: 15 September 2021;
4 Regulation (EU) 2019/1896 of 13 November 2019 on the European Border and Coast Guard (OJ L 295, 14.11.2019, p.1);
5 Certified Information Systems Security Professional;
6 Before the engagement, the successful applicant shall be medically examined by the EU medical service to fulfil the requirement of Article 13 of Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Communities (OJ L 56, 4.3.1968, p. 10), as lastly amended;
7 Specific conditions about grading are defined on the title page of the Vacancy Notice. For existing EU temporary staff 2(f) the classification in grade and step should be established in line with Article 55 of the CEOS;
8 The process of accreditation is ongoing;
9 Staff of non-Polish nationality and non-permanent residents;
10 In particular the provisions governing conditions of engagement in Title IV, Chapter 3;
11 OJ L 56, 4.3.1968, p. 1, as last amended by Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1023/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2013, OJ L 287, 29.10.2013, p.15.

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