As part of the annual discharge under Article 319 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, the Commission is transmitting all the information necessary to monitor the implementation of the budget for the year concerned, to this end, asks the chairman of the parliamentary committee responsible for the discharge procedure in accordance with Schedule VII of Parliament`s regulation. If the President of the Commission intends to reorganise the division of powers among the members of the Commission during his term of office, in accordance with Article 248 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, he informs Parliament in due course of the relevant parliamentary consultation on these amendments. The President`s decision to redeploy portfolios can take effect immediately. the chairs of the relevant parliamentary committees, before making financial commitments at donor conferences, on new financial commitments and requiring the agreement of the budgetary authority, the Commission informs the budgetary authority and reviews its observations. In accordance with the provisions of point 24 of the framework agreement, the Commission informs Parliament in due course when an international agreement is being paraphatized and informs Parliament as soon as possible when it intends to propose its provisional application to the Council, as well as the reasons for this situation, unless the reasons for its urgency prevent it. The Commission ensures that its impact assessments are carried out under its responsibility as part of a transparent procedure guaranteeing an independent assessment. The impact assessments are published in a timely manner, taking into account a number of different scenarios, including a “do nothing” option, and submitted in principle to the relevant parliamentary committee during the information phase of national parliaments, in accordance with Protocols 1 and 2 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. When initiatives, recommendations or requests for action are made in accordance with Article 289, paragraph 4 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, the Commission informs Parliament, upon request, of its position on these proposals before the relevant parliamentary committee. In the case of international agreements whose conclusion is not subject to Parliament`s approval, the Commission ensures that Parliament is immediately and fully informed by providing at least information on the draft negotiating directives, the negotiating guidelines adopted, the subsequent conduct of the negotiations and the conclusion of the negotiations. As part of its work to prepare and implement EU legislation, including soft law and delegated acts, the Commission will provide full information and documents on its meetings with national experts. At Parliament`s request, the Commission may also invite experts from Parliament to attend these meetings. If there is any doubt as to the confidentiality of an appropriate information or classification, or when it is necessary to define the appropriate terms of its transmission in accordance with one of the options covered in point 3.2, the two institutions consult without delay and before the release of the document. During these consultations, Parliament is represented by the president of the parliamentary body concerned, accompanied, if necessary, by the rapporteur or the applicant.