Modernising government to improve the efficiency of human resources, processes and administrative procedures.

The objective is to achieve a profound transformation, with simpler and more secure, accessible and proactive services in the government’s relationship with the public and companies, and to improve the communication and cooperation of all government bodies.

Electronic government must become a facilitating element to provide an efficient, high quality and transparent service to the user. It must become a citizen-oriented, interconnected, integrated, efficient and high-quality government.

To achieve these objectives, we need to target the range of services at the public, make it easier for them to access and participate in these, offer an integrated multichannel service, share data between government bodies and, above all, ensure that electronic government is not just about technology, but rather it is a revolutionary concept that seeks to modernise the service, increasing its quality and perceived value, reducing costs and creating the conditions for greater involvement by all participants.

Digital government

Design of systems that integrate the new technologies to improve the provision by the government of high quality, streamlined services through improving usability, usefulness and accessibility.

Design of a data strategy

Planning of an integrated IT system that supports the flexibility of processes and allows public policies to be managed and assessed.

Modernisation of processes

Advice on the redesign of processes focusing on user satisfaction and using the tools available, with basic concepts such as transparency, interoperability, “paperless” and “one time only”.

Geographic Information Systems

Making geographic data a cornerstone, HAZI integrates systems and applications focused on management. To do this, it develops tools that drive the necessary changes aligned with the digitalisation strategies in agriculture. Proof of this are projects such as the development of web tools to spatial databases, in the CAP Integrated Management and Control System, Land Parcel Information System Quality Assessment (LPISQA) and Seeds and Nursery Plants Service.

Digital government

Design of systems that integrate the new technologies to improve the provision by the government of high quality, streamlined services through improving usability, usefulness and accessibility.

Modernisation of processes

Advice on the redesign of processes focusing on user satisfaction and using the tools available, with basic concepts such as transparency, interoperability, “paperless” and “one time only”.

Design of a data strategy

Planning of an integrated IT system that supports the flexibility of processes and allows public policies to be managed and assessed.

Geographic Information Systems

Making geographic data a cornerstone, HAZI integrates systems and applications focused on management. To do this, it develops tools that drive the necessary changes aligned with the digitalisation strategies in agriculture. Proof of this are projects such as the development of web tools to spatial databases, in the CAP Integrated Management and Control System, Land Parcel Information System Quality Assessment (LPISQA) and Seeds and Nursery Plants Service.