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Spain maintains the fourth position in eGovernment UE

11 June 2019

Spanish electronic administration improves 4.7 points your score, standing in front of the other major European countries such as Germany, France, United Kingdom and Italy.

The Contents of economy and Digital Society (DESI) 2019, that the European Union made public today, stresses that in spain digital public services remain the dimension with better results. The Spanish EGovernment ranked number 4 of the countries of the HAT, with high score that in 2018. All indicators are significantly above the European average and digital public services are ahead of the rest of large countries, such as Germany, France, Italy and United Kingdom.

In the DESI 2019 (Opens in new window) Spain improves its overall score at 2.9 points and is situated 3.6 percentage points above the average of the European Union, ranking, in the overall ranking, at number 11 of the 28 member states of the HAT. Regarding eGovernment, up 4.7 points since previous report (Opens in new window) , 2018.

Is an improvement in indicators of use: the percentage of internet users stands for the first time in the European average and percentage of users of Electronic administration increases 67% to 76%

Likewise, Spain comes in second place on data open and there is a high level of online interaction between public authorities and citizens. 76% of internet users Spaniards are actively involved with the services of Electronic administration.

This year includes new indicators related to the eHealth, as the exchange of data between professionals and the recipe electronics, where Spain also obtained a score above the European average.

The DESI 2019 (Opens in new window) destaca la inversión en datos abiertos y los esfuerzos realizados en el principio de “digital por defecto”, que indica que la mayoría de los servicios públicos se encuentran disponibles de forma digital. Sin embargo, existe todavía margen de mejora para varios indicadores, en especial, sobre el uso de Administración electrónica o los formularios precumplimentados. La SGAD considera que el incremento del uso de los servicios públicos digitales es fundamental, pues si bien España obtiene buenos resultados en la completitud de los servicios digitales, es el uso de los mismos el que redunda en ahorros y reducción de cargas administrativas. Por ello, se considera que el uso debe ser el parámetro principal de seguimiento.

DESI 2019

El Índice de Economía y Sociedad Digital (DESI) cumple cinco años en 2019 y resume cinco indicadores del rendimiento digital de Europa, permitiendo un seguimiento de la evolución de los estados miembros de la Unión Europea en la competitividad digital. Estos cinco indicadores son: conectividad, capital humano, uso de internet, integración de la tecnología digital y  servicios públicos digitales.

According to the DESI 2019 (Opens in new window) , globally, analysing all indicators, Spain (Opens in new window) ranked # 11 of the 28 member states of the HAT, also ahead of countries like Germany, France or Italy.

It should be noted that the European commission has introduced methodological changes which, applied retroactively, place Spain at position 11 in 2018, so Spain maintains its position on last year. It must be noted, however, that the overall score has increased due to a better performance in the dimensions of public services And digital Connectivity.

Index of the economy and the Digital society 2019

Data DESI 2017, 2018 and 2019

DESI outcomes by 2019 dimension

Among all dimensions, stresses the position of Spain in the field of electronic administration, in which our country is in fourth place. If one takes into account the new methodology used by the European commission, Spain, moreover, improvement in two positions its rankings in Digital public services.

It is noteworthy that Spain is the best located in relation to the other European countries of a similar size and complexity. Over the previous year, Spain improves their situation with regard to but Man is overwhelmed by Low Countries, keeping in this way in the same position.

Digital sich bringt Index 2019

El informe DESI destaca también la mejora en la dimensión de Conectividad, donde España pasa de la posición 10 a la posición 9 y subraya la cobertura de redes rápidas y ultrarrápidas, indicando que un 88% de los ciudadanos tiene acceso a estas últimas.

Con respecto al uso de servicios de internet, España se sitúa en la media europea y por encima de la misma en integración de tecnología digital. Sin embargo, el informe DESI considera que hay diferencias significativas en la conectividad entre las poblaciones grandes y las zonas rurales y que España debe mejorar en la dimensión de capacitación digital, mensaje alineado con las recommendations (Opens in new window) submitted by the European commission on 5 June.

These results are framed by the ongoing efforts by the Spanish public administrations in the development of E-government in recent years.

Currently, all public administrations are working hard in compliance with laws 39 / 2015 and 40 / 2015, in various issues such as electronic notifications for companies or additional provisions to enter into force in 2020.

Fuente original de la noticia (Ministerio de Política Territorial y Función Pública) (Opens in new window)

Original source of the news (European Commission) (Opens in new window)

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