Since the data protection implications of some functions common to all EU institutions, bodies and agencies are similar, we publish guidelines on specific subjects, such as recruitment, appraisals, use of IT equipment in the workplace and disciplinary procedures.
These consolidate our guidance from our prior check Opinions, consultations and also include relevant guidance by the Article 29 Working Party and the case law of the European courts.
Our guidelines may be a useful source of inspiration for other organisations outside the EU institutions or may supplement the guidance offered by national data protection authorities.
Guidelines on the protection of personal data in mobile devices used by European institutions (Mobile devices guidelines)
Guidelines on personal data and electronic communications in the EU institutions (eCommunications guidelines)
Guidelines on the processing of personal data with regard to the management of conflicts of interest in EU institutions and bodies