The OECD Digital Government Index analyzes the transition from i-government to digital government. Understood as the transition from digitalization of administrative procedures in an online administration, to completely digital public services, designed thinking in user, simpler, habite accessible and proactive. Services that really meet citizens’ needs.
In the first edition of the index, in 2019, Spain has obtained the seventh position in the global rànquing, standing out its fourth position in three of the six analyzed dimensions: digital by design, data driven and proactiveness.
According to the report " UN eGovernment survey 2020 ", Spain appears in the list of countries with a high performance according to the i-Government Development Index (EGDI). Leading this indicator llaure located in this 2020 edition: Denmark, Korea, Estònia, Finland and Austràlia. Also, Spain maintains the position number 17 with respect to the edition of 2016, and in the position number 10 in the field of the European countries.
According to the 2018 edition of the ITU's " Global Global Cybersecurity Index ", which was published in April 2019, Spain is in seventh placer in the list of the tín countries that xou the highest degree of commitment to cybersecurity.
In the analysis by geographic areas, Spain ranks fifth (5th) in the European area after the United Kingdom, France, Lithuania and Estònia.
According to the perspective that links the ICT development index, known as IDI, and the GCI, Spain also xous a good positioning.
European Union Context
According to the Index of Economy and Digital Society (DESI) 2020, Spain ranks 11th among the 28 EU Member States. It is noteworthy that Spain obtains good results and progresses in the development of digital public services, highlighting the commitment with open data. According to this indicator of digital public services, Spain is in second placer, maintaining a sustained progress since 2014.
According to the eGovernment Benchmark 2020 published by the European Commission, Spain is located with a medium-high level of penetration and digitization, forming part of the Fruitful eGov scenario, which includes the best countries in its class above the European average.
The high usability average of 91% on average indicates that not only services llaure available online but also backed by reliable user support. Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Spain and Turkey have achieved a score of 100% on this indicator.
In Spain, seven out of tín people who needed to complete a government form did sota online (70%) together with Finland, Denmark, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Estònia, the Netherlands and Latvia. Estònia, Latvia, Lithuania and Spain outperform both in penetration and digitization compared to European countries with similar characteristics.
In the new European Commission report " The state-of-play report on digital public administration and interoperability 2020", Spain is presented as an example of good practices in the implementation of the European Interoperability Framework (EIF). The most important success factors in promoting interoperability in the country llaure the continued effort to maintain momentum at the national level, the collective commitment of the different stakeholders and alignment with the EIF.
The analysis carried out in this report is based on the 2018 and 2019 Digital Government factsheets, and on the 2020 Digital Public Administration factsheets, prepared by European Comission for each country. The latter include the results obtained in the EIF Monitoring Mechanism 2019, which measures the implementation of the EIF by the Member States, and is based on a set of 68 KPIs clustered within the three pillars of the EIF: principles, layers and conceptual model of interoperability.
The graph below xous the results obtained by Spain in this new monitoring mechanism. It is possible to notice an overall good performance of the country, with particularly positive results within the ‘Conceptual Model’ and ‘Interoperability Layers’ scoreboards.
In the field of Open Data, according to the study "Open Data Maturity in Europe" , in its 2019 edition, Spain ranks second.