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The Xunta de Galicia approves the policy of electronic signature and of certificates

11 March 2014

La Agencia para la Modernización Tecnológica de Galicia de la Xunta de Galicia ha publicado una resolución por la que se aprueba la política de firma electrónica y de certificados de la administración general y del sector público autonómico de Galicia.

By resolution on 25 February 2014 (Opens in new window) adopts a policy of electronic signature and certificates of general administration and the public sector autonomic Galicia politics of electronic signature and certificates of the general administration of the state with some specifics shown in the text of the resolution.

The order of 6 February 2014 approving the protocol of identification and electronic signature of the general administration and the public sector autonomic Galicia states in article 3 that the general administration and the public sector autonomic Galicia should adopt a policy of electronic signature and certificates, which will be aligned with the National Schema of interoperability and its rules of development.

In general, a policy of electronic signature is a legal document that contains a set of rules regarding the electronic signature, organized around the concepts of generation and validation of signing in a particular context (contracts, legal, legal), defining the rules and obligations of all actors involved in the process. The goal is to determine the validity of the electronic signature for a transaction in particular, specifying the information that must include the person signing in the process of generating the signature and information that must be seen in the validation process.

The policy of electronic signature and certificates of the general administration of the state, is consistent with the autonomic system and fully manageable in its technical aspects, so, with its adoption, the general administration and the public sector autonomic Galicia aims to provide a clear step to promote interoperability between public administrations, resulting in a prompt in simplifying procedures for citizens.

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