ACCEDA - Electronic Management of Administrative Procedures and insitutional websites

  • Short Name:
    Acceda is a generic ict platform with three main components: implementation of an Official Website; Implementation of new administrative electronic services and procedures. Do it without additional programming or ict developments, easily and in a shortly period of time. This ict system covers the basic requirements to manage electronic administrative procedures.
    Target audience:
    Any Public Administration
    Network service integrable in customers applications , Installable product , Network service for end-users
    Type of Solution:
    Open source application
    Status of the Solution:
    Organic area :
    Technical area:
    Horizontal services for the AA.PP , Electronic processing , Management of services and systems , Websites, electronic headquarters and attention to the citizen
    Functional area:
    Government and public sector
    EUPL (European Public License)
    Interoperability level:
    Programming language:
    PHP , Web Services
    Operating system:
    Linux , Windows


    Acceda is a platform composed of three parts that allows the content management of websites (CMS), the management of the interface with the citizen to initiate and consult states of involved files (Sede) as well as a complete backend of electronic files processing.

    • The ACCEDA CMS enables the configuration of the entire website.
    • The ACCEDA Broker allows to process files, manage administrative silence, notifications, certification, documentation, etc.
    • The ACCEDA Administrator allows to create new processes or administrative procedures configuring the parameters and designing forms of interaction with the citizen.

    Acceda is designed for a quick and flexible implementation of the different procedures of an organism. Furthermore, the export of the functionalities via web services facilitates the integration with proprietary applications, both for entrance and exit, due to the implementation of triggers in files management processes.