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Passed the Digital transformation Plan of the General administration of the state (TIC Strategy)

05 October 2015

The Strategy TIC, in his time horizon 2015-2020, improve the activity of the administration, making it simple and efficient.

The council of ministers of 2 October has adopted the Digital transformation Plan of the General administration of the state (AGE) and their public bodies (2015-2020 TIC Strategy), as agreed in committee of strategy of information technology and communications on 15 September 2015.

This strategy stems from the Royal Decree 2014 on organization and operational instruments of information technologies and communication AGE and its public authorities, as well as measures CORA, and represents the global strategic framework for progress in the transformation of the administration to establish its guiding principles, objectives and actions to achieve them, as well as milestones for the gradual development of the administration Digital.

This project responds to the new demands of society, providing information and digital services at any time, anywhere and by different channels, generating new forms of relation to citizens, facilitating business opportunities and innovating in services, while leveraging the opportunities that provide information technologies and communications.

Digital transformation before 2020

The Strategy TIC raises the digital transformation before 2020, and for that incorporates the recommendations of the OCDE and strategy of the European commission for the Digital Single Market. In addition, is a clear tool for the implementation of new laws of Administrative Procedure Common and Legal regime of public administrations.

Its goal is to configure the ministries plans to launch the digital transformation within its competence to reach a new service delivery model more rational, structured around the idea of shared services, compulsory and replace existing ones, without exception. Furthermore, develops the idea of common infrastructure in the area of information technologies and communications.

In the first statement of shared services, adopted in committee TIC 14 have been included services, some already in operation and others in process of implantation:

  • Unified service telecommunications
  • Managed security service
  • Lodging service TIC infrastructure
  • Hybrid cloud service (SARA Cloud)
  • Email service unified
  • Multichannel service citoyen
  • Management service registry
  • Management of notifications
  • Management service payroll
  • Integrated service personnel management
  • Common management service económico-presupuestaria
  • Generating common service and validation of electronic signatures
  • Service of management of file and electronic document
  • Service of electronic file management

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