European Commission – DGIT.
: The decision 922 / 2009 / CE of the European Parliament and of the council, 16 September 2009 concerning interoperability solutions for European public administrations (ISA) is the legal basis of the program ISA in the period 2010-2015, to support the cooperation between the European AA.PP. in order to enable the delivery of e-government services to support the implementation of Community policies and activities. The Committee ISA attends the committee, General direction of Informatics, in implementing the programme ISA.
: Informal network of exchange of experiences, knowledge and good practices among responsible TIC of national public administrations of member states and partner countries of the European Union.
European Commission –
Digital Agenda for Europe High Level Group
(HLG): Working group of the European Commission referred to the governance of the Digital Agenda and oordinación EE.MM. initiatives to achieve its goals.
eGovernment Action Plan HLG
: aims to advise the European commission in proceedings in terms of electronic administration at European level, is composed of representatives of different countries and meets regularly to agree on European policies in this area. Its origin dates back to 2004 when creating the DGINFSO of the European commission a unit responsible for the development of electronic administration in Europe and the action Plan i2010.
: The program CIP stems from the decision 1639 / 2006 / CE from the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 2006 establishing a framework programme for competitiveness and innovation from 2007 to 2013. Aims to stimulate greater penetration of innovative services based on the TIC and the use of digital content throughout Europa by citizens, governments and companies, especially SMEs. You can find more information in: " Projects involving CIP Spanish
Council of the European union.
Working group of Telecommunications and Information Society:
The working group of the board of the telecommunications UE and the information society examines the legislative proposals from the commission on issues such as the use of telecommunications in the administration, information security, the protection of personal data, the services of the information society and electronic administration.