Frontex has just launched its Public Register of Documents, a new online repository of the Agency’s public documents.
The launch of the register is part of the Agency’s commitment to keep wider audience aware and well informed about its operations and to ease public access to documents in line with the European Ombudsman’s recommendations.
Currently, the register contains more than 1,500 documents, publications, and links to the Agency’s videos, and it will be regularly updated with new records.
The register can be searched by categories and subcategories, language, publication dates and keywords. It is also a gateway to other Frontex registers, such as the Public Access to Documents (PAD), the data protection register or the transparency register.