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The action plans of Electronic Administration

The Ministerial Statements, together with successive strategies for the development of the information society as Strategy for the digital single market (Opens in new window) , have led to action plans of Electronic Administration developed by the European commission, which are the roadmap to achieve the objectives of statements.

The European Commission adopted on 19 April 2016 Action Plan of electronic administration 2016-2020 (Opens in new window) that accelerates the digital transformation of the administration

This Plan notes 3 main priorities and introduces 20 steps to modernize public administrations, get the Digital Single Market, and involve more citizens and businesses in the provision of services of high quality.

Earlier plans of Electronic Administration

The broadest spectrum that reached activities related to the information society, along with the importance for governments took count with an efficient and effective means of connection with citizenship based on information technologies, momentum in the year 2005 to the European commission to develop a specific plan of momentum of electronic administration in the area of the European Union. This first plan, included within the I2010 strategy (Opens in new window) , called (Opens in new window) . The objectives of the action plan were tied to the five priorities of the Ministerial declaration of Manchester (Opens in new window) .

The strategic reorientation of electronic administration agreed with the Malmö statement (Opens in new window) , led to the European Commission to the design of a new (Opens in new window) ", with own entity resulting from this ministerial agreement with part of their actions included within the Digital Agenda for Europe (Opens in new window) . This action plan aimed at general exploit capabilities of the TIC to promote smart Administrations, innovative and sustainable.