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20100521 Laying down the building blocks for eGovernment


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20100521 Laying down the building blocks for eGovernment

  1. 1. TITLE: Laying down the building blocks for eGovernment Speaker: Mr Miguel A. Amutio Organization: MINISTERIO DE LA PRESIDENCIA Dirección General para el Impulso de la Administración ElectrónicaOrganized by:
  2. 2. eGovernment in Spain, the contextState Autonomous Local Entities Communities (Regional level)  17 Autonomous  8.108 17 Departments Communities municipalities 139 Autonomous organisms  2 Autonomous cities The Department of Presidency  41 County councilsis the one with the responsibility  10 Chapters andof the technological island Councilsmodernization
  3. 3. Collaboration in eGovernment
  4. 4. The Citizens Electronic Access to Public Services Act (Law 11/2007) Recognises the citizens’ right to interact with PublicAdministration by electronic means → obligation to publicadministrations to enable electronic access to their services. Regulates principles, rights: The right to choose the channel, to know the file status at any given moment, not to resubmit information already available to P.A.s, to choose applications and systems to interact, to get electronic copies of documents,... Regulates basic aspects of IT use in administrative procedures:electronic site, e-registries, e-identification, e-communications and e-notifications,electronic administrative procedure, e-documents,... Cooperation of Public Administrations to facilitate access toservices. Legal development: - Law 11/2007 - RD 1671/2009, development of specific aspects of Law 11/2007. - RD 3/2010, National Security Framework - RD 4/4010, National Interoperability Framework - ...
  5. 5. National Interoperability and Security Frameworks National Interoperability Framework: to ensure interoperability of documents, systems and services -> Royal Decree 4/2010. National Security Framework: to ensure adequate protection of information -> Royal Decree 3/2010. Developed with participation of all Public Administrations and the Industry. Taking into account state of the art and recommendations from EU, OECD,etc. To be followed by all Public administrations in their relations between them andwith citizens. 5
  6. 6. National Interoperability Framework (Royal Decree 4/2010)Criteria and recommendations to build and improve interoperability: Integral, multidimensional and multilateral approach. Takes into account dimensions: Organisational, Semantic, Technical Use of standards. Use of common infrastrutures and services for multilateral interactions. Reuse of applications and other information objects. e-Signature and certificates. e-Document: recovery and preservation. + Tecnical Guides & supporting instruments.
  7. 7. National Security Framework (Royal Decree 3/2010)It establishes the security policy that consists of the basic principles andminimum requirements to enable adequate protection of information: The Basic principles. The minimum requirementswhich allow an adequate protectionof information. the adoption ofproportionate securitymeasures Security audit. Response to securityincidents (CERT). Security certification ofproducts, to be considered inprocurement.
  8. 8. The value of common infrastructures and servicesPublic UsersServicesConceptual Communications Platform &Model Aggregate Public Services services Electronic Identity Card Orchestration Validation of e-Certificates and eSignature Secure Communications Secure Data Exchange/Management Management Intermediation services eNotifications Basic Public Functions ePayments Interoperability Base External Interconnection of Registries Facilitators Registries Services Common electronic Registry ...Source: European Commission, Draft European Interoperability Framework v2
  9. 9. Communications platform and services Allows the use of services offered by any entity of the Public Administrations connected to this network. The connection of Red SARA with the transeuropean network sTESTA allows access to services of EU Intitutions, agencies and other Member States. The Ministry of the Presidency has agreements with all Regional Governments for the connection to Red SARA. Local entities connect through the nodes of the Regional Governments. All Regional Governments connected [Andalucía, Extremadura, Cataluña, País Vasco, Madrid, Asturias, Castilla y León, Canarias, Cantabria, Valencia , Murcia, Baleares, Castilla-La Mancha, Galicia, Navarra, Aragón, La Rioja y Ceuta y Melilla]  > 1850 Local Governments connected
  10. 10. Electronic identity card Digital identity is crucial to the development of the Information Society and of legal, economic and other types of relations through the net. The ID is the only widely used document that can incorporate digital identity. eID makes electronic identity and electronic signature. Current ID modernisation will lead to issuing improvements: simpler procedures better citizen service validity for all public and private procedures.
  11. 11. Validation of eCertificates and eSignature Set of services and tools for validation Online validation service ofof eSignature and certificates: validation eSignatures and certificates.platform, eSignature client, time-stamping,Valide. Provided by the Ministry of the Interoperability of eSignatures and Presidency.certificates: > 100 types of certificates of Available to all Public>15 providers (national and int.) used by > Administrations and citizens.500 entities of Public Administrations. Available to all Public Admin.
  12. 12. Intermediation services SVD allows Public Administrations to verify on-line some data of acitizen that has started a procedure. Objective: With this service the citizen does not have to provideinformation already available in the Administration: Identity Residence Unemployment situation Catastral information Tax information Social Security information ...Available through thecommunications Platform RedSARA.The use by regional and localadministrations requires aagreement with the Ministry of thePresidency. Source: “Comunicación Tecnimap 2010. Plataforma de Intermediación de Datos.”
  13. 13. Reuse The CTT, a common repository for reuse by all Public Administrations CTT includes: Common infrastructures and services Application software Technical guidelines Tools for collaboration Linked with other repositories: Regional: Rep. Junta de Andalucía, ForjaLinex (Extrem.), Lafarga (Cat.) EU: OSOR
  14. 14. Taking into account the European dimension To be aligned with EU strategies. To integrate in common infrastructures andsectorial services. To use policies, results, products.Law 11/2007, art. 42 - > To take into accountrecommendations of the European UnionReferences to and alignment with Europeanpolicies, actions, instruments: IDABC, ISA, EIF, SEMIC.EU,OSOR.EU, EUPL, eGov action plans, policy on share,reuse and collaborate.Integration with equivalent services in EU:- Red SARA -> sTESTA- Semantic Interop. Center -> CTT - > @Firma -> eIDM and eSignature actionsParticipation in LSP-CIP STORK aboutinteroperability of e-Identity.Participation in sectorial cross border services.(
  15. 15. Cross border e-Services in the Iberian PeninsulaSource: Gonçalo Caseiro. Tecnimap 2010. Crossborder services in the Iberian Peninsula
  16. 16. Many thanks Speaker: Mr Miguel A. Amutio Organization: MINISTERIO DE LA PRESIDENCIA Dirección General para el Impulso de la Administración ElectrónicaOrganized by: