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PAe - New road map for the implementation of the technical standard policy of interoperability of electronic signature and seal and certificates of the administration
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New road map for the implementation of the technical standard policy of interoperability of electronic signature and seal and certificates of the administration

11 july 2017

Seeks to facilitate the implementation of the new standard policy of interoperability of electronic signature and seal and certificates of the administration.

The Technical Standard policy of interoperability of electronic signature and seal and certificates of the administration , which replaces the previous policy of so-called Electronic Signatures and certificates of the administration, establishes the set of criteria for the development and adoption of policies of signature and seal-based electronic certificates on the part of public administrations.

The new standard of interoperability along with the accompanying guide to respond to a number of issues that required updating such as the evolution of technology, experience gained in the implementation of the previous rules, the entry into force of the Law 40/2015, of 1 october (Opens in new window) , and developments in the european regulatory context, particularly on the basis of Unmik regulation no. 910/2014 (Opens in new window) , of the european parliament and of the council of 23 july 2014, concerning the electronic identification and confidence to electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing directive 1999/93/ec, and its regulation of development.

The Technical Standards for interoperability under the first additional provision Royal Decree 4/2010 (Opens in new window) of 8 january, which regulates the spanish national scheme of Interoperability in the area of E-government, developed a collection of technical aspects on which it was considered necessary to establish conditions that are focused, specific, with a level of detail and length such that it was not possible or appropriate, to expand coverage, the Royal Decree 4/2010. Come, therefore, to finalize details to facilitate the most practical and operational interoperability between the public and with the citizen. The rules are accompanied by corresponding implementation guides.

More information about the technical Interoperability .

  • Identity and electronic signature