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The City Council will incorporate telematic notifications and electronic signatures in its procedures (28/10/2009)

Cartagena City Council plans to introduce shortly the notification system databases and electronic signatures to administrative procedures, as announced by the Deputy Mayor and Councillor for New Technologies, Agustín Guillén.

As he explained the mayor, is a new impetus to the implementation of eGovernment, which will among other things an important role in saving time and taxpayers who no longer have to necessarily go to the municipal offices for procedures, but may make from their homes via the Internet.

Guillen recalled the measures implemented earlier by the City of Cartagena for the implementation of eGovernment and have found a very good response from citizens.

In this sense he cited the more than 6 million visits and 14 million page views, which has had the new website of the City Council, since its launch in early 2008, and which have a specific formalities line.

For this, the City standardized some 260 administrative processes and forms of all municipal services, so they could be downloaded or completed online, while deployed access through electronic ID card / certificate or PIN to the folder of the citizen where you can view your bills, fines and the census data, among others.

To date, 1,161 have been delivered high PIN and 1,309 city users are waiting to pick it up.

The total number of accesses to the folder of 21,664 citizens has (of which 12,905 have been with PIN and 8759 with dni-e or digital certificate)

The City of Cartagena has become one of the pioneering cities, nationwide, in administrative modernization and the implementation of eGovernment.

This was evident last October 15, when the Chief of Computer City, Miguel Rodriguez was invited to the BlackBerry Innovation Forum organized by Research In Motion held in Madrid.

Rodriguez participated in the Roundtable on mobile devices in conjunction with the Presidential Administration of Government, Diputación de Cádiz and Giahsa (Integral de Aguas de Huelva), where he presented the solutions implemented, the challenges and needs of the City Council regarding these mobile devices, which are used by municipal services to receive commissions or transfer data and reports.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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