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Member States will inform the Commission and the High-Level Expert Group how the political priorities of the Malmö Ministerial Declaration have been or will be reflected in their national eGovernment strategies.

Indicator Status Evidence
Is the National eGovernment strategy in place? Yes The Digital Agenda for Spain, approved on February 15th 2013, is the Government’s strategy to develop the digital economy and society in Spain during 2013-2015. This strategy is thought as the umbrella of all the Government’s actions in terms of Telecommunications and Information Society. The Agenda, leaded by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism and The Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations, sets the ICT and e-Administration roadmap to achieve the goals of the Digital Agenda for Europe in 2015 and 2020. The objectives, lines of action and plans established in this Digital Agenda are intended to encourage the creation of employment opportunities and economic growth through the smart adoption of digital technologies , thus contributing to the collective effort of promoting the economic recovery of the country. The Agenda adopts 32 key indicators which comprise both the Digital Agenda goals for Europe and additional specific goals for Spain . The Digital Agenda for Spain has been designed following the priorities of the Digital Agenda for Europe through an open, transparent and participatory process involving experts, companies, associations, citizens, parliamentary groups, ministerial departments and other territorial administration bodies. Although the Digital Agenda for Spain envisaged a series of guidelines for the digitisation of the Administration through 2015, the results obtained by the Commission for the Reform of the Public Administration and the provisions in article 9 of Royal Decree 806/2014, on the organisation and operational ICT tools at the GA, require continuation of the endeavour undertaken under a new strategic approach that speeds up the digital transformation of the Administration through the Digital transformation plan for the General Administration and Public Agencies. The plan is aligned with the Digital Agenda for Spain and the new The Digital Single Market strategy of the European Commission.
If yes, please provide the link to the strategy. Yes Digital Agenda for Spain: Digital transformation plan for the General Administration and Public Agencies: