The Technical Standard policy of interoperability of electronic signature and seal and certificates of the administration , which replaces the previous policy of so-called Electronic Signatures and certificates of the administration, establishes the set of criteria for the development and adoption of policies of signature and seal-based electronic certificates on the part of public administrations.
The new standard of interoperability along with the accompanying guide to respond to a number of issues that required updating such as the evolution of technology, experience gained in the implementation of the previous rules, the entry into force of the Law 40/2015, of 1 october , and developments in the european regulatory context, particularly on the basis of Unmik regulation no. 910/2014 , of the european parliament and of the council of 23 july 2014, concerning the electronic identification and confidence to electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing directive 1999/93/ec, and its regulation of development.
The Technical Standards for interoperability under the first additional provision Royal Decree 4/2010 of 8 january, which regulates the spanish national scheme of Interoperability in the area of E-government, developed a collection of technical aspects on which it was considered necessary to establish conditions that are focused, specific, with a level of detail and length such that it was not possible or appropriate, to expand coverage, the Royal Decree 4/2010. Come, therefore, to finalize details to facilitate the most practical and operational interoperability between the public and with the citizen. The rules are accompanied by corresponding implementation guides.