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New version of the system of decision support of public administrations (SSD-AAPP v4)

23 February 2011

The Standing Committee of senior Council E-government (CPCSAE), at its meeting on the 16th, approved the new version of the system of decision support of public administrations (SSD-AAPP v4)

Together with the approval of the version 4 of the system of decision support of public administrations (SSD-AAPP), the CPCSAE recommended to the Vowels and ministerial commissions E-government, dissemination and use of the product in its departments and promote the participation of officials in the course “ SSD-AAPP: A framework of trust and transparency in decision making public administrations, ” Code: 1279 to be conducted next month May, within the Training Plan INAP 2011 (Opens in new window) and whose registration deadline expires on 24 February.

The new version of the tool, is particularly adapted to the law of government contracts, but can be used in functional areas diverse as the awards or valuation of goals. Applies to all decision-making processes where necessary analytical procedure and some mathematical calculations that allow a coherent alignment of different solutions or alternatives, especially when required measurement and aggregation of variables.

The SSD-AAPP v.4, for the exclusive use of public administrations, is available for Microsoft platforms, Linux and Macintosh and provides advanced features such as:

  • Enable several people, physically dispersed, cooperate to solve the same problem, sharing public information and preserving the privacy of who is reserved.
  • Integrate into the product, both the valuation methodology, i.e. patterns to solve the problem, as the reasons or observations that each evaluator claims to support each of their views.
  • Promote the supervision and consolidation of work biased by the user responsible for the decision making.
  • Obtain, automatically, a set of reports documenting and illustrate all stages of the decision-making process, from the design of the problem until its final resolution.

In order to simplify the tool SSD-AAPP, for this new version, have been selected only some of the techniques of calculation, from several that can be applied within the theory of Discrete Multicriterial Decision (DMD) that supports this and previous versions.

The product and its documentation, has been included in the catalogue of initiatives Technology transfer centre (CTT), housed in the Portal of the E-government (PAe): SSD-AAPP .

Source: CPCSAE


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