Over the past few years the public administration has begun to implement an important renewal and upgrading project. AlmavivA collaborates daily with the Public Administration to guide the country’s digital transformation, by promoting new opportunities for institutions and citizens to relate to one another, from a cultural and operating viewpoint, in line with the principles of open government. The keywords are: accessibility, transparency and interoperability.
In a range of sectors – among them agriculture, accounting and tax, cultural heritage, defence, health, agriculture or social security – AlmavivA has always helped to develop the State’s information assets, by supporting administration bodies in their digitalisation process.
The path leading to the concrete implementation of the Digital Agenda and the transformation of central and local administrative bodies passes via the Public Connectivity System (SPC), as set out by AgID and Consip in line with the Europe 2020 Strategy.
Thanks to rapid and efficient procedures that rationalise time and costs, AlmavivA develops digital services centred on the citizen, in a new national framework that defines the technological infrastructures, rules and instruments for a new PA, while guaranteeing interoperability and coordinated information systems.
Government portal and supply management
Data interoperability and application cooperation
Digital innovation for the synergy between administrations
insurance situations of public employees managed
expenditure categories, 1,000 income categories and roughly 2,800 amendment decrees relative to statement of account entries managed for each financial year of the State General Accounting Office and of the Court of Audit
questionnaires and 15,000 statements managed each year for 8,500 bodies managed through systems of the Court of Audit, “Local Finance” department
employees managed each year through systems of the Court of Audit, “Human Resources” department
payslips issued each year for over 1,900,000 public employees through the centralized system for the payment of remunerations of public administration personnel (NoiPA)
employees, 800,000 teachers, 7 million students and 25,000 school facilities managed through the information system of the Ministry of Education
Over 2 m
visas issued every year by Italy through the VIS system for the exchange of data on entry visas in the Schengen Area among the member states
agricultural companies managed through the “Company File”
€ 5,3 bn
EU contributions checked and supplied each year
surveys conducted each year on the territory
fishing boats managed through the fishing information and control system
territorial offices connected via the Web
information points for citizens
forest fires monitored each year
municipalities that receive geographic data on forest fires
registered declarations of intent for organ donation
units of blood components exchanged between Regions (2011)
Regional and national health cards (CRS/CNS) produced and delivered to Lombardy’s citizens
of Lombardy’s citizens who gave their informed consent for the creation of the electronic health file (FSE)
of medical reports processed electronically, signed digitally and available for the FSE