The study analyzes and evaluates how the Program ISA ² helps to identify and address key trends affecting the digitization of public administration in Europa, as well as the strategies and processes to meet the challenges more common facing countries of the HAT.
The study was carried out annually to perform a control on the health of the process of modernization of public administration in Europa. Forms part of the The observatory National interoperability framework .
To provide a complete picture on the state of the digital government development in the HAT, the report proposes a process of analysis of three strands; focusing on providing a qualitative analysis of three sets of documents for each member state of the HAT:
- the specific recommendations by country (CSR) issued through the process that occurred in the first half of the year.
- national reform programmes (PNR) designed by the member states of the HAT to address its CSR; and lately.
- The Operational Programmes (OP) member states ’ national analyzed how countries of the HAT plan to use the funds of the HAT to promote the development of digital government and, specifically, how to address individually thematic goals 2 (improve access, use and use of the TIC quality) and 11 (improving the efficiency of public administration) of structural funds and investment Europeans.
After the initial qualitative analysis, the study elaborates a vision country by country of the main developments digital government in each member state of the HAT. This helps to provide an overview of recent developments in the digital government within the HAT in a later section that captures the main trends in this area, such as the development of digital skills, the implementation of measures of eJusticia or electronic contracting.
In addition to this analysis, the study also provides a snapshot of the socio-economic situation of member states together with an assessment of how you can be affected by implementing measures of digital government in key sectors such as health care and education.