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Monitoring and reporting

Below are the constraints and implications for all actors involved in the process of reviewing and monitoring of compliance with accessibility requirements:

Revisions to the monitoring and reporting

The Implementation decision (EU) 2018/1524 (Opens in new window) sets out the methodology of monitoring and reporting arrangements that will have to comply with member states to conduct monitoring at the national level to meet the requirements of the directive and make the periodic report every three years the european commission.

The Ministry of economic and Digital Processing (responsibilities transferred from the ministry of Territorial policy and Public Service) will be the body responsible for monitoring and reporting to the european commission. This Body:

  • You can check regularly situation with regard to the conformity of websites and applications for mobile devices of the public sector agencies with accessibility requirements, based on the methodology adopted in decision 2018/1524 of the european commission.
  • You can carry out checks on random samples with regard to the accuracy of reporting on the revision of accessibility generated by the entities bound.
  • Submitted to the European Commission before 23 december 2021 and every three years later a report on the outcome of any follow-up to be made public in accessible format.

The European Commission establishes two review methods should be applied by member states:

Coordination

To assist the ministry of economic and Digital Transformation in these tasks are required to cooperate with Him the network of contacts of Digital accessibility of public administrations, all units responsible for accessibility, all actors involved in the various activities to review the accessibility, complaints procedures, advocacy and awareness-raising, training, and coordination under the R.D. 1112/2018.

For the definition of the models, constraints and procedures to meet regularly and report on these matters, the ministry of economic and Digital Processing may involve:

  • The network of contacts of Digital accessibility of public administrations.
  • The coordinating bodies in the area of information of the General state administration under royal decree 806/2014, of 19 september.
  • The sectoral Commission E-government established in the additional provision 9th of law 40/2015, of 2 october, from The Legal Regime of the public Sector.
  • The Government Technical Committee Of The Electronic Judicial Administration set out in article 44 of act no. 18/2011, of 5 july, regulating the use of information and communication technologies in the administration of justice.

Monitoring and reporting in the first period 2020-2021

Monitoring and reporting in the first period 2020-2021

Monitoring and reporting from 2022 onwards

Monitoring and reporting from 2022 onwards