Publication of draft guidelines for adaptation to the provisions of royal Decree No. 1495/2011.
The Royal Decree 1495/2011, of 24 october, which develops law 37/2007 of 16 november, on re-use of public sector information, on the field of public sector, set out in its Second Additional Provision within one year to adapt to the same since its entry into force on 9 november 2011. With the aim of facilitating this adaptation to the entities that are the norm, the ministry of finance and Public authorities and the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism, have developed two guidebooks are now published in draft.
The “ Guide of implementation of the royal decree 1495/2011 ” aims to inform and facilitate the agencies of the state sector compliance with the Royal Decree 1495/2011 by developing in the act 37/2007, so that they can take place properly adaptations and necessary maintenance tasks in its information systems and web sites. The guide will describe the steps like models and tools to use and a proposed organisational framework that supports and supports the publication and making available the public Sector information. The guide will be complemented by Technical future regulation of Interoperability of Re-use of public Sector information provided for in Royal Decree, a draft of which was referred to explicitly in those things are necessary.
For its part, the “ Guide of operation, maintenance and updating of the catalogue of datos.gob.es public information ” is twofold: on the one hand to inform the public sector agencies state steps and tools to use, for the mapping of their data via the website of the Catalogue of Public Information datos.gob.es , and on the other hand to inform companies and citizens in general of the steps to follow and tools in the portal to seek, consult and accessing datasets exposed, as well as for the mapping of applications that make use of them.
Both documents will be submitted to the standing committee of the high council of E-government, and intended to be an aid to public managers in addressing adaptation to the new rule, which enshrines the principle of widespread authorisation of re-use of public sector information made available to citizens and businesses.