We are committed to making Policy-Insider.AI your one-stop shop for policy monitoring. With our May update, we have added a significant number of sources and document types to our policy document databases to improve your European Parliament monitoring.

These sources (see overview here) are continuously scanned for new publications (as for the rest of our platform). For the current European Parliament term, our latest sources extension also includes 250.000 additional “historical” policy documents.

Beyond improvements on providing you with the latest resolutions, parliamentary questions, comitology and committee documents (and many more), we have now also included published in- and outgoing mail by the European Parliament. These documents, directed either to external stakeholders or other institutions, provide interesting insights into the current EP agenda.

We have also added some document types from the European Commission, including available Staff Working Documents. This raises our daily additions of policy documents to above 15.000 pages per day.

Receive European Parliament monitoring alerts directly in Microsoft Teams

As a policy-insider.ai user, you can set to receive your keyword-based alerts directly as a push notification into your Microsoft Teams teams. One of our next updates will also include the integration of Slack, enabling you to receive and share policy alerts within the appropriate channels.

You can find step-by-step instructions to set your alerts up in Microsoft Teams in the FAQ section of our website.

Curious how you can use policy-insider.ai for your public policy monitoring?

Policy-Insider.AI is a browser-based knowledge platform that continuously collects and processes public policy documents from the relevant institutions. If you are interested in testing this, you can register for a free 30-day trial here. For a 30-minute personalised online demo, please contact us by using our contact form.

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