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The report was published QUEEN 2018

21 november 2018

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The published Report QUEEN 2018, which provides the analysis of the most significant indicators of the ict sector of the year 2017 in the General state administration

Is now available for consultation the REINA 2018 "href = "/pae _ Home/en/sap _ OBSAE/pae _ Reports/pae _ InformeREINA/pae _ InfDescarga.html" > Report REINA 2018 with the analysis of indicators for the situation and use of information systems and technology and communications in the AGE, as well as ICT staff employed. The information has been updated as at 1 january 2018, being the period of inquiry for the year 2017.

The committee on Ict Strategy (created by royal Decree No. 806/2014, on 26 september) has among its functions as “ act of the Observatory E-government "Digital and transformation and is responsible for the development of This Report.

REINA ) has been published on a yearly basis since 1988 but in this edition, unlike the previous ones, has not been issued in conjunction with the report of the electronic administration in the Local administration ( IRIA ), given that there will be issued as separate reports

The report on the basis of the information provided by the organizations of the General state administration, autonomous bodies, entities and Common Services of Social security, state agencies, Business Or Public Entities and other government agencies involved. It provides an analysis of different topics related to ICT expenditures, up-to-date computer AGE, software, ICT staff employee and a brief description of the progress of the administration.

Results, during the period 2017 in the General state administration, ICT expenditures reached $1,439 million, representing a decrease of 9.5 per cent versus the 1,592 million 2016. Breaks as well, the upward trend over the past four years and is below the year 2015.

Excluding the costs of telecommunications, the total volume of spending reached 1,182 million euros by 10.6 per cent lower than last year. the game of computer services is the one that has declined over the previous year, almost 30 per cent, amounting to almost 515 million euros.

This issue does not include the report IRIA as this study has been updated to include new trends in e-government, and is issued separately.

The figures shown in the report REINA posted on actionable formats XLSX and ODS as part of our policy RISP. The full report can be downloaded in the Observatory of E-government .

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