Statistical data published by the founding telefónica, in its annual report " The information society in Spain ", reveal that in 2014 there were 21.44 million Spaniards who agreed to Internet in mobility, more than 4 million in 2013. The E-government cannot remain aloof from this trend social, offering a response from the public administrations to this demand for services in mobility. In fact, this same report stresses that 49% of Spaniards have connection with the administration through the Internet.
In their study “ M-Government: Mobile Technologies for Responsive Governments and Connected Societies ", OECD characterized these services as a new range of services, not necessarily result for an existing portability to the new environment, offering greater responsiveness and more efficiently to public administrations. The introduction of mobile technologies in public administrations, ultimately, expanding its capabilities, still accessible by a larger number of citizens and enabling more participatory services.
But at the same time are a new vector for its transformation. The mobility opens the door to new services in the interior of public administrations. Both for senior positions as to officials, mobile technologies bring new data productivity tools for their work.