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  • The Joint Situation Centre, known as SitCen, today has 110 staff and is located on Avenue de Cortenbergh, in the heart of the EU quarter.

    EUobserver.com - Headline News

  • By reason of the very sensitive issues dealt with as part of FSJA-related policies, it is more than necessary to implement as soon as possible the new Treaty provisions on transparency in the EU institutions and also to allow Parliamentary scrutiny of confidential information such as that dealt with by Europol, the EU Joint Situation Centre (SitCen) and the future Standing Committee on Internal Security (COSI) (Article 71 TFEU).

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  • Unbeknownst to me at the time, a secret report from the EU Future Group had just been leaked, detailing how MI5 and MI6 are to start sharing intelligence across an EU-wide spying network co-ordinated by SitCen, the European Union's intelligence assessment centre in Brussels.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • One EU diplomat said that the Labour peer, also criticised for her lack of diplomatic experience, has fuelled friction by the way she treats staff at SitCen, the EEAS's intelligence department.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Some of the questions she asks SitCen, you could get the answers on Google.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The EEAS, which is expected to start work in October or November, will handle classified documents, such as reports from the EU Council's "CP931" working party on terrorism or the EU states '"SitCen" intelligence-sharing bureau.

    EUobserver.com - Headline News

  • But the current head of SitCen, former British diplomat William Shapcott, is the top candidate due to his friendly ties with member states 'secret services.

    EUobserver.com - Headline News

  • SitCen also runs a round-the-clock alert desk which uses open sources, such as BBC Monitoring or photos taken by commercial satellites, and sends emails and SMSes to selected EU diplomats two or three times a day.

    EUobserver.com - Headline News

  • SitCen and the Crisis Room have come a long way since their beginnings some 10 years ago.

    EUobserver.com - Headline News

  • SitCen already sends staff to visit the EU's foreign police and military missions to gather information and has a mystique due to the secretive nature of its work.

    EUobserver.com - Headline News

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