CIVIL	
  SOCIETY’S	
  REPORT	
  ON	
  
FIRST	
  ITALIAN	
  OPEN	
  GOVERNEMENT	
  ACTION	
  PLAN	
  
IMPLEMENTATION
June	
...
PROMOTERS
INTRODUCTION
FOREWORD
• In	
  2011	
  the	
  Italian	
  governement	
  joined	
  the	
  Open	
  Government	
  
Partnership	
  (OGP),	
 ...
FOREWORD
• This	
  report	
  summarizes	
  the	
  analysis	
  conducted	
  by	
  an	
  
independent	
  group	
  of	
  expe...
OBJECTIVES
This	
  assessment	
  is	
  civil	
  society’s	
  contribu5on	
  to	
  the	
  
implementa5on	
  of	
  Italy’s	
...
METHODOLOGY
The	
  acHon	
  plan’s	
  evaluaHon
• To	
  evaluate	
  Italy’s	
  OGP	
  ac5on	
  plan	
  -­‐	
  in	
  line	
...
AcHvity	
  evaluaHon
• Once	
  the	
  goals	
  set,	
  we	
  assessed	
  the	
  Governement’s	
  acHons	
  over	
  the	
  ...
SUMMARY
THE	
  GOALS’	
  S.M.A.R.T.	
  ANALYTICS
Specific' Measurable' A0ainable' Relevant' Time'Bound'
OK' 9' 8' 7' 12' 2'
KO' 9' ...
IMPLEMENTATION	
  OF	
  GOALS	
  
Implemented
Not	
  implemented
ParHally	
  implemented
CRITICAL	
  POINTS
	
  The	
  defini5on	
  of	
  many	
  of	
  the	
  ac5ons	
  is	
  vague,	
  hampering	
  a	
  
precised...
THE	
  ASSESSMENT
IN	
  DETAIL
TRANSPARENCY	
  PORTAL	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“The Transparency will be realized and administered by CIVIT ...
TRANSPARENCY	
  PORTAL	
  (2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  The	
  portal	
  has	
  not	
  been	
  created
	
  Documents	
  detailin...
PUBLIC	
  ADMINISTRATION	
  CORRUPTION	
  (1/2)	
  
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Approval of a more efficient regulatory ...
PUBLIC	
  ADMINISTRATION	
  CORRUPTION	
  (2/2)	
  
Implementa)on
	
  A	
  new	
  an5	
  corrup5on	
  law	
  (n.	
  190/20...
INFORMATION	
  SYSTEM
ON	
  EU	
  STRUCTURAL	
  FUNDS	
  	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan	
  
“Setting up by the Min...
INFORMATION	
  SYSTEM
ON	
  EU	
  STRUCTURAL	
  FUNDS	
  (2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  Implementa5on	
  of	
  the	
  “Open	
  Co...
COST	
  MEASUREMENT	
  AND	
  REDUCTION
by	
  consultaHon	
  with	
  ciHzens	
  and	
  companies
	
  	
  (1/2)
From	
  the...
COST	
  MEASUREMENT	
  AND	
  REDUCTION
by	
  consultaHon	
  with	
  ciHzens	
  and	
  companies
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  C...
“HOW	
  TO…”	
  INITIATIVE	
  	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Launch of the Initiative "How to …" (Come fare per…)...
“HOW	
  TO…”	
  INITIATIVE	
  (2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  The	
  Public	
  Administra5on	
  Minister’s	
  direc5ve	
  has	
  n...
ImplementaHon	
  of	
  law	
  150/2009	
  
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Promotion of implementation of Legislative ...
ImplementaHon	
  of	
  law	
  150/2009	
  
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  No	
  ac5on	
  for	
  the	
  implementa5on	
  of	
  law...
PublicaHon	
  and	
  reuse	
  of	
  public	
  data
	
  	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“amending national legislati...
PublicaHon	
  and	
  reuse	
  of	
  public	
  data
	
  (2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  The	
  Open	
  by	
  Default	
  standard	
 ...
NaHonal	
  open	
  data	
  portal
www.daH.gov.it	
  	
  
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“enhancing the National Open D...
NaHonal	
  open	
  data	
  portal
www.daH.gov.it
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  Increased	
  number	
  of	
  datasets	
  	
  
	
 ...
NaHonal	
  open	
  data	
  standard
	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Promoting National standards for open data, to...
NaHonal	
  open	
  data	
  standard
	
  (2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  A	
  working	
  group	
  on	
  guidelines	
  for	
  intero...
NaHonal	
  contest	
  for	
  the	
  creaHve	
  
re-­‐use	
  of	
  public	
  data
	
  	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Pla...
NaHonal	
  contest	
  for	
  the	
  creaHve	
  
re-­‐use	
  of	
  public	
  data
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  In	
  2012	
  the...
NaHonal	
  plan	
  for	
  smart	
  communiHes	
  	
  
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Preparation of the National Plan...
NaHonal	
  plan	
  for	
  smart	
  communiHes	
  	
  
	
  (2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  No	
  plan	
  has	
  been	
  prepared	
 ...
CiHzen	
  consultaHon	
  on	
  new	
  policies	
  and	
  guidelines
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Consultation with ...
CiHzen	
  consultaHon	
  on	
  new	
  policies	
  and	
  guidelines
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  Consulta5ons	
  have	
  been	
...
ParHcipaHon	
  and	
  cooperaHon
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Enhanced participation and cooperation in territorial...
ParHcipaHon	
  and	
  cooperaHon
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  This	
  is	
  more	
  a	
  principle	
  than	
  an	
  ac5on	
  an...
New	
  areas	
  of	
  public	
  service
	
  	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Opening up of new areas for public ser...
New	
  areas	
  of	
  public	
  service
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  This	
  is	
  more	
  a	
  principle	
  than	
  an	
  ac5o...
Digital	
  administraHon	
  and	
  e-­‐Gov
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Implementation of the Digital Administratio...
Digital	
  administraHon	
  and	
  e-­‐Gov
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  Many	
  changes	
  in	
  the	
  regula5on,	
  also	
  f...
E-­‐Gov	
  tools	
  for	
  business
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Dissemination of e-gov tools for companies and pro...
E-­‐Gov	
  tools	
  for	
  business
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  This	
  is	
  not	
  an	
  ac5on	
  but	
  a	
  general	
  pri...
Infrastructures:	
  e-­‐payments	
  and	
  other	
  services	
  	
  (1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Infrastructure sys...
Infrastructures:	
  e-­‐payments	
  and	
  other	
  services
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  This	
  is	
  not	
  an	
  ac5on	
  b...
Cloud	
  compuHng	
  and	
  public	
  data	
  centers
(1/2)
From	
  the	
  AcHon	
  Plan
“Cloud computing strategic Plan, ...
Cloud	
  compuHng	
  and	
  public	
  data	
  centers
(2/2)
Implementa)on
	
  The	
  plan	
  was	
  not	
  adopted
CONCLUSIONS
• Italy’s	
  Ac5on	
  Plan	
  excessively	
  emphasises	
  
technology	
  and	
  pays	
  liWle	
  aWen5on	
  to	
  the	
  ...
• Publica5on	
  of	
  the	
  present	
  report	
  and	
  
submission	
  to	
  OGP
• Par5cipa5on	
  in	
  the	
  public	
  ...
54
Edited	
  by
Ernesto	
  Belisario,	
  Stefano	
  Epifani,	
  Guido	
  Romeo	
  
With	
  the	
  contribuHon	
  of
ViWori...
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CIVIL SOCIETY’S REPORT ON FIRST ITALIAN OPEN GOVERNMENT ACTION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

  1. 1. CIVIL  SOCIETY’S  REPORT  ON   FIRST  ITALIAN  OPEN  GOVERNEMENT  ACTION  PLAN   IMPLEMENTATION June  2013
  2. 2. PROMOTERS
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. FOREWORD • In  2011  the  Italian  governement  joined  the  Open  Government   Partnership  (OGP),  an  interna5onal  ini5a5ve  aimed  at   promo5ng  transparency  of  governements  through  the  ac5ve   par5cipa5on  of  stakeholders,  from  ci5zens  to  professional   associa5ons  and  companies. • In  April  2012,  Italy  published  an  ac5on  plan  followed  by  a   public  consulta5on    and  presented  it  at  the  first  OGP  mee5ng   in  Brasilia  on  April  17  and  18.
  5. 5. FOREWORD • This  report  summarizes  the  analysis  conducted  by  an   independent  group  of  experts  and  engaged  some  of  the  most   relevant  civil  society  organiza5ons      ac,ve  in  Italy  on  open  gov   areas. • The  working  group  defined  a  common  methodology  and   framework  and  divided  the  Italian  2012  ac5on  plan  for  the   Open  Government  Partnership  in  thema5c  areas.  The  group   then  assessed  the  plan’s  clarity  and  its  level  of   implementa5on.
  6. 6. OBJECTIVES This  assessment  is  civil  society’s  contribu5on  to  the   implementa5on  of  Italy’s  Open  Governement  ac5on  plan.  The   organiza5ons  contribu5ng  to  this  report     hope  it  will  have  the  following  impacts: • establish  a  new  collabora5on  methodology  between   governement  and  civil  society  representa5ves; • its  cri5cal  points  will  be  addressed  by  the  Administra5on  in   charge  of  the  self  assessment  of  Italy’s  ac5on  plan  to  be   presented  to  OGP  within  September  2013; • its  recommmenda5ons  will  be  integrated  in  the  updated   ac5on  plan  the  Italian  governement  will  present  at  the  next   OGP  mee5ng  (London,  Fall  2013).
  7. 7. METHODOLOGY The  acHon  plan’s  evaluaHon • To  evaluate  Italy’s  OGP  ac5on  plan  -­‐  in  line  with  what  has  been  done  by  Global  Integrity  -­‐  we   adopted  the  S.M.A.R.T.  model  based on Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Relevant and Time-bound indicators. We applied the five indicators to  the  acHon  plan’s  individual   points  and  checked  them  against  the  following  ques5ons: – Specific:  is  the  goal  clearly  described? – Measurable:  are  the  elements  necessary  for  measuring  implementa5on  or  advancement   of  that  ac5on  clearly  iden5fied? – AOainable:    are  the  means  for  aWaining  the  goal  clearly  described? – Relevant:  is  the  goal  relevant  in  the  overall  framework  of  the  OGP  policies  defined  by  the   country? – Time-­‐bound:  have  deadlines  or  5meframes  been  defined  for  aWaining  the  iden5fied   goals? • A  YES/NO  answer  has  been  given  to  each  element  of  the  model.
  8. 8. AcHvity  evaluaHon • Once  the  goals  set,  we  assessed  the  Governement’s  acHons  over  the  last  12   months  to  define  which  of  the  declared  goals  have  been  achieved.  The  level  of   implementaHon  of  the  defined  goals  has  been  divided  in  three  levels  (as  previously   done  for  Mexico’s  ac5on  plan): – Implemented:  the  goal  set  has  been  achieved  through  one  or  more  projects   that  have  led  to  clear  and  measurable  result.   – ParHally  implemented:  the  goal  has  been  only  par5ally  achieved  and  further   ac5vi5es  are  needed   – Not  implemented:  the  goal  has  not  been  achieved  and  the  ac5on  plan’s   proposed  ac5vi5es  have  not  been  implemented METHODOLOGY
  9. 9. SUMMARY
  10. 10. THE  GOALS’  S.M.A.R.T.  ANALYTICS Specific' Measurable' A0ainable' Relevant' Time'Bound' OK' 9' 8' 7' 12' 2' KO' 9' 10' 11' 6' 16' 0' 2' 4' 6' 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' 18'
  11. 11. IMPLEMENTATION  OF  GOALS   Implemented Not  implemented ParHally  implemented
  12. 12. CRITICAL  POINTS  The  defini5on  of  many  of  the  ac5ons  is  vague,  hampering  a   precised  monitoring  of  the  work  done.  Only  one  of  the  defined  ac5ons  shows  a  5meframe  for  its   implementa5on.  Among  the  expected  ac5vi5es  there  is  a  clear  imbalance  in   favour  of  par5cipa5on  and  collabora5on.  Civil  society  representa5ves  and  organiza5ons  have  not  been   involved,  informed  or  consulted  in  the  ac5on  plan’s   implementa5on  ac5vi5es.   The  consulta5ons  launched  within  the  OGP  framework  (on   the  ac5on  plan  in  2012  e  and  last  december  during  the  Rome   OGP  Mee5ng)  have  never  been  openly  reported  by  the   Governement.
  13. 13. THE  ASSESSMENT IN  DETAIL
  14. 14. TRANSPARENCY  PORTAL  (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “The Transparency will be realized and administered by CIVIT in cooperation with DIGIT PA. As provided for by the Law, it will contain PAs' performance plans and reports. Moreover, it will make information available as regards administrations' strategic and operational objectives, alongside information on relevant indicators, targets, stakeholders (leaders and contributors) as well as on the results achieved. Deviations from standards and the reasons for not achieving set targets will be indicated too. The Portal will also contain the full texts of the three-year Programmes for transparency and integrity. As for these Programmes, the Portal will display data which could prove to be useful to assess completion rates in terms of publication of mandatory data and information, together with an analysis of deviation from standards set forth by the Programmes themselves. Finally, the Transparency Portal, once consolidated, will have to contain quality standards of services provided to external users (citizens, business, etc.) by each administration. For each service, it will indicate standards concerning the various dimension of service quality (accessibility, transparency, timeliness, efficacy). ” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  15. 15. TRANSPARENCY  PORTAL  (2/2) Implementa)on  The  portal  has  not  been  created  Documents  detailing  preliminary  agreements  between  Civit,   DigitPA  and  CNR  are  available  online  No  informa5on  on  the  5meframe  and  launch  of  the  portal   has  been  published
  16. 16. PUBLIC  ADMINISTRATION  CORRUPTION  (1/2)   From  the  AcHon  Plan “Approval of a more efficient regulatory framework to prevent and fight against corruption within PA, to ensure better market conditions for competition while promoting a reduction of public spending. Draft legislation provides for mandatory implementation of anti-corruption plans by all administrations, with the coordination of the Department for Public Administration, the designation of a person in charge of corruption prevention, the enhancement of a widespread network on the territory (namely Prefects) as a tool to support and provide information to local authorities and acting as an intermediary between the latter and the National Anti-corruption Authority.Other provisions concern awards and anonymity for individuals reporting crimes against Public Administration (protection of whistleblowers), a rotation system for officials working in high-risk sectors, new incompatibility provisions and a better management of conflict of interests, enhanced transparency on assets of PA managers.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  17. 17. PUBLIC  ADMINISTRATION  CORRUPTION  (2/2)   Implementa)on  A  new  an5  corrup5on  law  (n.  190/2012)  and  its  implemen5ng   decrees  There  is  no  incen5ve  for  whistleblowers  A  proper  Freedom  of  Informa,on  Act  (FOIA)  has  not  been   adopted
  18. 18. INFORMATION  SYSTEM ON  EU  STRUCTURAL  FUNDS    (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan   “Setting up by the Ministry for Territorial Cohesion of an information system on the status of actions falling under the unitary regional planning (EU structural funds, national development and cohesion funds). We will therefore anticipate a Community regulation (which will become compulsory for the 2014-2020 programming period) requiring administrations to combine – for each measure undertaken - expected results with relevant indicators in terms of quality of life of citizens. By way of an example, results will be measured in terms of reduced travel time for travellers - and not kilometres of new railways – and knowledge acquired by students according to systematic survey methodologies instead of hours of training provided. This will entail a widespread and conscious evaluation on the side of beneficiaries.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  19. 19. INFORMATION  SYSTEM ON  EU  STRUCTURAL  FUNDS  (2/2) Implementa)on  Implementa5on  of  the  “Open  Coesione”  portal   (www.opencoesione.gov.it)    Ini5a5ves  promo5ng  the  use  of  data  on  structural  funds   (Monithon,  Open  Coesione  School)
  20. 20. COST  MEASUREMENT  AND  REDUCTION by  consultaHon  with  ciHzens  and  companies    (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “The "Simplify Italy" Decree (early 2012) introduced an additional programme that confirms the commitment to cost measurement and reduction by consultation with citizens and business up until 2015. Consultation of relevant categories, besides simplifying existing regulation, also serves the purpose of streamlining future regulations: the Statute of Businesses (approved by Parliament at the end of 2011) provides for consultation of stakeholder organizations also in respect of new legislation in terms of ex-ante assessment of red tape impact of new regulations.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  21. 21. COST  MEASUREMENT  AND  REDUCTION by  consultaHon  with  ciHzens  and  companies (2/2) Implementa)on  Consulta5on  mechanisms  of  civil  society  have  not  been   indicated    No  public  consulta5ons  with  stakeholders  have  been  launched   (disintermedia5on)
  22. 22. “HOW  TO…”  INITIATIVE    (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Launch of the Initiative "How to …" (Come fare per…) which promotes transparency on PA's websites in respect of all information on service provision and administrative procedures. A Directive of the Minister for Public Administration and Simplification (expected for the first half of 2012) will indicate publication modalities - in a dedicated section directly accessible from the homepage of each administration (identified by the logo "How to…") - of explanatory detailed sheets on relevant services and proceedings. Citizens will be provided with direct access to each administration, thereby avoiding first-hand information procedures ("how to obtain that specific document?")” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  23. 23. “HOW  TO…”  INITIATIVE  (2/2) Implementa)on  The  Public  Administra5on  Minister’s  direc5ve  has  not  been   adopted  The  “How  to...”  sec5on  is  present  on  the  governement’s   website  (hWp://www.governo.it/trasparenza_valutazione_merito/ comefareper/index.html)  but  not  on  those  of  other  ins5tu5ons
  24. 24. ImplementaHon  of  law  150/2009   (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Promotion of implementation of Legislative Decree n. 150/2009, which provides for a quantitative and qualitative development of relations with citizens, stakeholders, users and service beneficiaries, with particular emphasis on citizen empowerment initiatives aimed at increasing quality of interaction and dialogue among citizens, stakeholders and public entities.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  25. 25. ImplementaHon  of  law  150/2009   (2/2) Implementa)on  No  ac5on  for  the  implementa5on  of  law  n.  150/2009    Civil  society  and  stakeholders  have  not  been  consulted  during   reform  of  the  transparency  regula5on  No  plaform  for  e-­‐pe,,oning  and  structured  consulta5on  of   ci5zens  has  been  developed
  26. 26. PublicaHon  and  reuse  of  public  data    (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “amending national legislation to incorporate provisions to facilitate publication and re-use of public data, including through the definition of automated processes (eg. "open by default")” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  27. 27. PublicaHon  and  reuse  of  public  data  (2/2) Implementa)on  The  Open  by  Default  standard  has  been  introduced  No  compulsory  minimum  list  of  datasets  has  been  defined   (besides  those  indicated  by  law  n.  33/2013)  No  official  document  on  open  data  at  the  na5onal  level
  28. 28. NaHonal  open  data  portal www.daH.gov.it     (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “enhancing the National Open Data Portal www.dati.gov.it” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  29. 29. NaHonal  open  data  portal www.daH.gov.it (2/2) Implementa)on  Increased  number  of  datasets      Development  of  informa5on  structure  Promo5on  of  dissemina5on  ac5vi5es  through  webinars  No  surveys  on  which  opendata  are  relevant  to  ci5zens  and   developers
  30. 30. NaHonal  open  data  standard  (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Promoting National standards for open data, to be defined in line with the perspective pan-European open data portal” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  31. 31. NaHonal  open  data  standard  (2/2) Implementa)on  A  working  group  on  guidelines  for  interoperability  with  Agenzia   per  Italia  Digitale  has  been  launched  No  document  has  been  adopted  No  public  consulta5on  was  launched
  32. 32. NaHonal  contest  for  the  creaHve   re-­‐use  of  public  data    (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Promoting an annual National contest for creative re-use of public data.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  33. 33. NaHonal  contest  for  the  creaHve   re-­‐use  of  public  data (2/2) Implementa)on  In  2012  the  Apps4Italy  contest  took  place  (launched  before  the   presenta5on  of  the  ac5on  plan)  Apps4Italy  hasn’t  seen  a  second  edi5on  in  2013
  34. 34. NaHonal  plan  for  smart  communiHes     (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Preparation of the National Plan for smart communities” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  35. 35. NaHonal  plan  for  smart  communiHes      (2/2) Implementa)on  No  plan  has  been  prepared  nor  published
  36. 36. CiHzen  consultaHon  on  new  policies  and  guidelines (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Consultation with citizens in respect of new policies and new legislation.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  37. 37. CiHzen  consultaHon  on  new  policies  and  guidelines (2/2) Implementa)on  Consulta5ons  have  been  few  and  randomly  scheduled  Different  methods  have  been  used  No  consulta5on  guidelines  were  developed
  38. 38. ParHcipaHon  and  cooperaHon (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Enhanced participation and cooperation in territorial innovative actions.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  39. 39. ParHcipaHon  and  cooperaHon (2/2) Implementa)on  This  is  more  a  principle  than  an  ac5on  and  has  never  been   translated  into  local  ac5on  neither  for  par5cipa5on  nor   collabora5on
  40. 40. New  areas  of  public  service    (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Opening up of new areas for public service development and delivery.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  41. 41. New  areas  of  public  service (2/2) Implementa)on  This  is  more  a  principle  than  an  ac5on  and  has  never  been   translated  into  ac5ons  neither  in  terms  of  norms  nor  investments
  42. 42. Digital  administraHon  and  e-­‐Gov (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Implementation of the Digital Administration Code and other e-gov regulations.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  43. 43. Digital  administraHon  and  e-­‐Gov (2/2) Implementa)on  Many  changes  in  the  regula5on,  also  following  the   implementa5on  of  law  n.  179/2012  The  majority  of  technical  steps  necessary  to  make  the  law   effec5ve  have  not  been  taken
  44. 44. E-­‐Gov  tools  for  business (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Dissemination of e-gov tools for companies and professionals alike”. S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  45. 45. E-­‐Gov  tools  for  business (2/2) Implementa)on  This  is  not  an  ac5on  but  a  general  principle  No  ac5on  was  undertaken  in  terms  of  alphabe5za5on  nor   incen5ves
  46. 46. Infrastructures:  e-­‐payments  and  other  services    (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Infrastructure systems: electronic payment for PAs, online IDs, Certified Mail, digital signature, mobility services, Country networks.” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  47. 47. Infrastructures:  e-­‐payments  and  other  services (2/2) Implementa)on  This  is  not  an  ac5on  but  a  general  principle  No  ac5on  was  undertaken  in  terms  of  alphabe5za5on  nor   incen5ves  Technical  rules  allowing  the  use  of  these  tools  are  s5ll  missing
  48. 48. Cloud  compuHng  and  public  data  centers (1/2) From  the  AcHon  Plan “Cloud computing strategic Plan, creation of PA's data centers within a Public-Private Partnership (Calabria, Basilicata, Molise and Sardinia Regions).” S.M.A.R.T.S.M.A.R.T. Specific Measurable AWainable Relevant Time  bound Implementa5on
  49. 49. Cloud  compuHng  and  public  data  centers (2/2) Implementa)on  The  plan  was  not  adopted
  50. 50. CONCLUSIONS
  51. 51. • Italy’s  Ac5on  Plan  excessively  emphasises   technology  and  pays  liWle  aWen5on  to  the   processes  and  the  paradigm  shij  imposed  by   the  implementa5on  of  Open  Government   principles • Civil  society  not  only  was  not  involved,  but   wasn’t  informed  on  the  progress  of  ac5ons   contained  in  the  plan RECAP
  52. 52. • Publica5on  of  the  present  report  and   submission  to  OGP • Par5cipa5on  in  the  public  consulta5on  process   for  the  second  ac5on  plan  the  government   shall  prepare  for  the  second  OGP  Mee5ng NEXT  STEPS  
  53. 53. 54 Edited  by Ernesto  Belisario,  Stefano  Epifani,  Guido  Romeo   With  the  contribuHon  of ViWorio  Alvino,  Marco  Ciaffone,  Davide  Del  Monte,  EWore  Di   Cesare,    Andrea  Fama,  Giovanni  Balsta  Gallus,  Nello  Iacono,   Flavia  Marzano,  Alessandra  Poggiani,  Guido  Scorza,   Alberto  Stornelli
  54. 54. 55 www.opengovernmenaorum.it

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