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Dictionary of terms and concepts of electronic administration

The dictionary, in its 4th edition February 2019, contains 7.679 voices between main terms and references, being 3,102 key (2,864 in version 3) 4,560 and secondary schools, referrals or see that lead to the reader of your way to raise the search to the meaning of standardized what you want to locate. Their dissemination started in April 2017 (1st), passing through the October 2017 (2nd) until the immediate previous April 2018 (3rd).
As in the previous edition, the dictionary collects and extends the repertoire of rules that make up the Code of electronic administration (Opens in new window) published by the BOE.

It is a compilation of terms and concepts that is strictly encompass administrative and the ‘ digital transformation enlarged ’ including that supports the administration of justice, the information society, public contracts, electronic invoices, the immediate information service, biometric signature, payments in different modalities and until unregulated processes like social networks, vote, teleworking, obliteration of documents, documents subject to conditions of reading, etc. In addition, includes everything relevant of Transparency and good governance, Data protection, Reuse of public Sector information and accessibility.

This dictionary goes to a broad public interested in electronic administration, whether or not an expert in the field, with both profile technologist and as a lawyer in any case to anyone who needs to find something precise, discover the boundaries of concepts, which determine the articles of the rules on the particular, as well as knowing other details as technical terms, services available, technical standards, and institutions with regulatory capacity or execution, in terms of electronic administration.

Dictionary of terms and concepts of electronic administration new

Dictionary of terms and concepts of electronic administration new

The author (Opens in new window) since its internet portal, has developed a mobile application available at Android (Opens in new window) and Windows , called DiCoTAE, which facilitates the consultation of this dictionary and allows free text searches, which enables locate terms ‘ hidden ’ in the conventional alphabetically. The MPTFP has no responsibility on it simply facilitating the reference for use by the players that they deem appropriate.

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