Work in progress on the Digital Agenda in Italy

Daily information on the monitoring the implementation of the Digital Agenda of Italy is available online. The implementation of the Agenda is being monitored by the Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale (AGID). Among the relevant data available at the beginning of June 2016 on various fields of application, the following can be highlighted.
SPID: on June 2016, 3 identity providers accredited; 64.470 SPID identities provided; 401 types of services made available by SPID;
Electronic payment: 13.850 public administration offices involved; total transactions up to April 2016 were 350.114
Digital civil registry: in the pilot phase, 26 Municipalities activated; 6,5 millions of citizens involved
Electronic invoice: 35 millions of invoices managed
Open Data: 10.348 datasets of public administration made accessible
Digital competence: 105 projects activated
Digital health dossier: 9 Regional governments joined the interoperability system; in 7 Regional governments the service has already been activated;

Country: Italy

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: implementation, Italy, digital agenda

Posted on Wednesday 15 June 2016

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