The new administrative laws (Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on common administrative procedure of public administrations - LPACAP and Law 40/2015, of 1 October, on the legal regime of the public sector - LRJSP) incorporate in the field of digital administration, in an adapted way, what until now was regulated in Law 11/2007, of 22 June, on electronic access of citizens to public services (LAECSP), with regard to electronic operation of the public sector, and some of the provisions of RD 1671/2009, of 6 November, applicable to the General State Administration, by which the previous one was partially developed. Although the LPACAP repeals the LAECSP, it should be borne in mind that, according to most of the doctrine, what the LPACAP does not provide with respect to what was in force with the LAECSP, and does not go against it, must be fully understood. application.
In addition, it should be borne in mind that digital administration goes beyond e-government. It’s not just about applying technology to what we’re already doing today. The real revolution facing public administrations is to use this technology to transform their processes from a clearly innovative point of view, in order to simplify them and be able to provide more personalized services to citizens, while being proactive and also predictive, using new mobile technologies, cloud computing, big data, open data and new forms of collaboration with citizens and businesses. In this way, it will be possible to build more open, intelligent and efficient public administrations that are accountable to the public and that incorporate transparency as the usual way of doing all administrative activity.
From the AOC we want to support you in the process of digitization of your Administration, and that is why through this Guide we present, in a schematic way, those fundamental tools to be able to deploy digital administration in the public sector. of Catalonia, putting at your disposal, on the one hand, a whole catalog of solutions that allow the fulfillment of the legal obligations and on the other, trying to discover those “shadows” that are still present at the time of effectively enforce these regulations.
In the Guide you will find related:
- The “shadows” or problems that public sector bodies are (or may be) encountering in practice.
- The proposed solution, based on what is currently provided for in the doctrine or legal interpretations of recognized prestige.
- The #category, legal or thematic instrument with which each shadow is related.
- The legal context to quickly access the reference article.
- The solutions offered by the AOC or other supra-municipal bodies for local bodies.
We are aware that the collaboration of everyone is important in the application of this new regulation. Therefore, with the intention of enriching the Guide, you can make your contributions through the entry in each shade. So as we unveil the shadows, we can all build the best solution to facilitate the implementation of digital administration in our organizations. We invite you to participate in this project and to enrich the proposals together. For now, we present the first 20 shadows.