Digital Agenda for Spain - La Moncloa

Digital Agenda for Spain - La Moncloa

Digital Agenda for Spain

2The ICT and digital content sector in SpainKey data on the ICT sector in Spain in 2011In Spain, the ICT and digital content industry represents:• Almost 30,000 companies with a turnover of 80 billion euros• 445,000 jobs• 5.7% of GDPSource:2011 Report on the Telecommunications, Information Technology and Content Sector in SpainSpanish National Telecommunications and Information Society Watchdog (Spanish acronym: ONTSI)6

4Structure of the Digital Agenda for SpainWe propose nine specific initiatives that will be implemented inthe first half of 2013, each with targets, indicators and actionpriorities...o 3 cross-cutting plans thatenhance the supply (ultrafastnetworks) and thedemand of ICT (confidencein the digital arena andR&D+i )o 6 plans aimed at increasingcompetitiveness and efficiencythrough the use of ICT:•The public (1)•Companies (3)•Public administration services (2)8

4Telecommunications and ultra-fast networks planTo promote efficient investment in ultra-fast networks and to establish thegroundwork to enable European broadband targets for 2020 to be achievedooooKey targetsTo facilitate the deploymentof ultra-fast networks bythe operatorsRapid deployment of LTEBroadband targets for2020• 100% populationcoverage at 30 Mbps• 50% of homes connectedat 100 MbpsTo foster competitionbetween platformsStepso New GeneralTelecommunications Acto National Ultra-fast NetworksStrategy• To share infrastructure• Coordination betweenoperators and publicadministration serviceso More efficient use of theradioelectric spectrum• Deregulation of the digitaldividend• Usage flexibility: secondarymarket; shared use; etc.Compliance indicatorsTargetsset for2015Degree ofcompliance at startBA: BROADBANDFTTH: FIBRE-TO-THE-HOME NETWORKSHFC: HYBRID FIBRE COAXIAL NETWORKS (CABLE NETWORKS)9

4ICT sector development and innovation planTo benefit from the growth potential and job creation potential in the industriesof the futureoooKey targetsIncrease participation bySpanish companies in themost relevant initiatives inthe digital arena:o Smart Cities,o Cloud Computing,o Big Data.o Specialisation clustersaimed at supplying theEuropean market withquality servicesTo position Spain at thecutting edge of innovationTo position Spain as anattractive destination forinvestment in industries ofthe futureStepso R&D+i focused on the industriesof the futureo Adaptation of the trainingsupply to cover the demand fornew professionals in strategicsectorso Participation in seed capital andrisk capital projects to supportentrepreneurshipo Establishment of working groupswith the private sector toundertake key projects• Standardisation of smart cities• Cloud computing and big dataservicesIndustries of the futureCLOUD COMPUTINGImpact in Europe to 2020:• GDP growth 957 billion euros• Creation of 3.8 million jobsSMART CITIESImpact on energy efficiency:• 70% energy consumption in cities• Traffic jams account for 1% ofEuropean GDPBIG DATAGlobal impact in 2015 4.4 million ICTjobsEuropean Commission. Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe. COM(2012) 525 final.European Commission. Smart Cities and Communities-European Innovation Partnership. COM(2012) 4701 finalGartner. Gartner Says Big Data Creates Big Jobs: 4.4 Million IT Jobs Globally to Support Big Data By 2015. Press release October 22, 201210

4Plan to boost confidence in the digital arenaTo establish a climate of trust in the digital arena so that ICT can contribute tothe economic and social development of the countryoooooKey targetsTo increase the use ofdigital services byindividuals and SMETo improve the conditionsof security, protectionand confidence amongusersTo promote a culture ofresponsible use ofcyberspace among usersand companiesTo foster the developmentof a reliable industryTo complement othergovernment cybersecuritystrategiesooStepsTo amend regulations andstimulate a reliable marketTo establish awareness andeducation programmes amonguserso To strengthen INTECO as anational benchmark in digitalconfidenceo To improve the conditions of e-transactions for consumers andretailerso To foster best practicesTargetsset for2015ComplianceindicatorsDegree ofcompliance at startPOP: population aged between 16 and 74COMPANIES: Companies with more than 10 employees11

4Digital inclusion planTo achieve Internet usage by most of the population and to meet the Europeandigital inclusion targets and minimise the digital gapoooKey targetsTo increase the size of thepopulation accessing theInternetTo increase the number ofpeople over 65, on lowincomes, the unemployedand with fewerqualificationsTo increase the number ofaccessibleprofessionalsStepso To provide the population withsufficient ICT skills to access andbenefit from the Interneto To improve accessibility to digitalpublic serviceso To mobilise public and privateresourceso To benefit from the potential ofmobile broadband,smartphones and tabletsTargetset for2015ComplianceindicatorsDegree ofcompliance at startBA: BROADBANDREGULAR USE: access once a week in thelast three monthsPOP: population aged between 16 and 74DISADVANTAGED POP: population that meets one of the following conditions: (i) aged between 55 and 74; (ii) lowlevel of education ISCED 0-2; (iii) not part of the labour market (unemployed, inactive or retired)12

4ICT in SME and e-commerce planTo use ICT to improve productivity and competitiveness in SME and to meetthe European e-commerce targetsKey targetsStepsCompliance indicatorso To increase the efficientand intensive use of ICT inSMEo To implement e-billing incompanieso To increase the number ofpeople and SME thatengage in e-commerceo To establish showcase centresusing ICT for specific sectors,such as tourismo To increase the training offer ine-commerce and digitalmarketing in order to cater fordemandTargetsset for2015Degree ofcompliance at starto To design rules to ensure e-billing interoperabilityo To establish a central servicefor receiving e-billso To support and adviseretailers for them to sell onlineONLINE SALE/PURCHASE: acquiring goods or services via the Internet in the last 12 months. In the case ofPOP: population aged between 16 and 74companies, only those where online orders exceed 1% of the totalCOMPANIES: Companies with more than 10 employeesCRM: software for customer relations managementMICROCOMPANIES: Companies with less than 10 employees13ERP: enterprise resources planning systems

4Technology Company Internationalisation PlanTo increase the visibility and international presence of Spanish technologybasedcompaniesKey targetso To increase the ability ofSME to competeinternationally• Larger• More specialised• Greater presence andlocal knowledgeo To increase and consolidatethe stable presence ofSpanish ICT companiesoverseaso To achieve sustained growthin ICT exportsStepso Development of competitiveoffer• Risk capital and innovativepublic procurement• Synergy between R&D+i andinternationalisationo Internationalisation supportinitiativeo Business accompaniment• ICEX, commercial offices• International tender office2011-2015 growthtargetsICT SECTOREXPORTS 9.91 billion euros in 2STABLEREPRESENTATIONOF COMPANIESIN THE ICT SECTOROVERSEAS+30%+15%14

4Comprehensive plan for the digital contentindustryTo benefit from the growth potential of the digital content industry for thedigital economyKey targetso To define a comprehensivestrategy to promote thedigital content industry• R&D+i• Training• Industrial policyo To aim actions at traditionalsectors and newenvironmentso To consolidate digital contentcompanies and obtaingreater maturity in theindustryo To achieve growth in thecontent sector and theinfomediary sectorStepso Increase the number of centreswith comprehensive training ondigital contento Create sectoral forums fordeveloping the industryo Export and internationalisationprogrammeo Re-use of information from thepublic sector in such strategicsectors as tourism2011-2015 growthtargetsDIGITAL+20%CONTENTSECTOR 8.55 billion euros in 20INFOMEDIARYSECTOR (*)+20%Between 330million and 550million euros in2011(*) those companies that produceapplications, products and/or services ofadded value for third parties usinginformation from the public sector15

4E-Government Action Plan of the General StateAdministration ServicesTo increase public administration service efficiency through ICT and to meetthe European targets on the use of e-Government servicesKey targetso To bring the publicadministration servicescloser to the people andcompanieso To increase the use of e-Government serviceso To streamline and optimisethe use of ICT in publicadministration serviceso To increase collaborationbetween the various publicadministration serviceso To bridge the digital gapthat geographicallyseparates the centre fromthe peripheryStepso To streamline structures withinthe General State AdministrationServiceso To define processeso To redesign administrativeprocedureso To foster agreements that favourthe re-use of resources andservices between differentadministration servicesTargetsset for2015ComplianceindicatorsDegree ofcompliance at startPOP: population aged between 16 and 74E-GOVERNMENT USAGE: use of services in the last 12 months to: (i) obtain information; (ii) obtain forms; (iii) submit completed forms16

4Digital Public Services PlanTo continue promoting the digitalisation of public services in order to achievegreater efficiency and structureKey targetso To extend digital publicservices to everyoneo To improve efficiency in theprovision of public serviceso For the General StateAdministration Services topromote the ICT industryand the digital economyStepso Digital Administration ofJustice• To develop and implement theprocedural managementsystem in 2014• To implement the electronicjudicial records system in 2015o Healthcare and social welfare• To extend the interoperableelectronic prescription in 2015• Clinical records accessible viathe Internet in 2014o Digital education• To provide education centreswith ultra-fast broadband in20152011-2015 targetsPROCEDURALMANAGEMENTSYSTEMELECTRONICJUDICIALRECORDSSYSTEMINTEROPERABLEELECTRONICPRESCRIPTIONULTRA-FASTBROADBAND ATEDUCATIONCENTRES100%Publicadministrationservices10MJUbodies100%Regionalgovernments50%Educationcentres17


Governance modelo Coordination of action between thevarious stakeholders involved• Digital Agenda for Spain• Programmes of other Ministries(Health, Justice, Education)• Regional Government ICT Strategieso Implementation of the plans• Leadership during implementation• Coordination of working groups,forums with experts• Public-private collaborationo Monitoring• Measurement of established targets(ONTSI indicators)• Monitoring the progress of eachinitiative19

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