The Law 39 / 2015, 1 October, Common Administrative procedure of public administrations and Law 40 / 2015, 1 October, of Legal Regime of the public Sector come to configure a scenario in which the electronic processing must constitute the usual performance administrations in its multiple strands of internal management, in relation to citizens and those relationship between them.
As stated in the narrative of the Law 39 / 2015 “ paperless administration based on a Fully functioning electronic serves not only to the principles of effectiveness and efficiency, to save costs for citizens and businesses, but also strengthens the guarantees of stakeholders while facilitating better transparency ”. Consequently it identifies issues such as administrative acts will occur in writing via electronic means and administrative documents will be issued equally in writing via electronic means; while the Law 40 / 2015 specifies that the AA.PP. intersect with each other and with their organs via electronic means.
For more information about the legal framework is unavailable Code of Electronic Administration , compendium of consolidated legislation, edited by the BOE, with selection and content management by the General Secretariat of Digital Administration.
The Digital transformation Plan of the General administration of the state and its Government Agencies (TIC Strategy 2015 – 2020) was prepared very present in his moment projects of laws 39 / 2015 and 40 / 2015, so that the guiding principles, the strategic objectives, lines of action and milestones contained in the plan pursued facilitate forecasts established in these laws.
The Catalogue of digital administration services , which aims to disseminate services that are available to the AA.PP. as facilitating tool to help boost the development of the administration Digital, included in the tiles corresponding to the services offered, together with a brief description and other information, refer to the legal framework connected in each case. In addition, there is also the first statement of 14 shared services as an instrument for greater efficiency in the provision of services TIC.
Under the Second Additional Provision ‘ Accession of the autonomous communities and Local Entities to platforms and records of the General administration of the state ’ of the law 39 / 2015 are of interest Collaboration agreements with the CC.AA. in terms of Electronic administration.
From the point of view of the use of electronic media are of particular interest in the Law 39 / 2015 the forecast for the rights of people in their relations with the AA.PP., interested in the administrative procedure, right and obligation to interact electronically with the AA.PP., assistance in the use of electronic media stakeholders; representation and electronic records of hijacking; the records; identification systems of stakeholders in the procedure, systems of signature admitted by the AA.PP.; the use of means of identification and signing in the administrative procedure; the form of administrative acts; issues relating to start applications, appearance of individuals, obligation to resolve and calculation of deadlines; notifications via electronic means; the issuing of documents and their copies the documents produced by stakeholders, the file electronic and the electronic file.
And Law 40 / 2015 what is established in relation to the general principles, collegiate bodies, the electronic operation of the public Sector (electronic headquarters, internet Portal, systems of identification of the AA.PP., administrative action automated, signature systems for administrative action automated, staff firma-e at the service of the AA.PP., insurance and interoperability of the firma-e, electronic document file); management of shared common services (information and communications systems); techniques of collaboration (provision of information, integrated management information systems); exchange of data in closed environments of communication, data transmissions between AA.PP.; National Template of interoperability and National security Scheme, reuse of systems and applications owned by the administration and technology transfer between Administrations.
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