Madrid,2 of September of 2010 In the last years the tendencies by which have bet the administrations more to harness their relations with the citizens have been the multiplication of the routes of participation and channels for the reception of their opinions and the proliferation of numerous social networks and blogs that allows a greater approach to the population. Thus it reflects the last study United Nations E-Government Survey, realised by the UN in order to know the level indicating development of and-Government and-Participation in the 191 countries that comprise of the organization. According to sample and-Participation index, Spain is in the third position of the 157 analyzed countries, which represents a scaling of 31 positions with respect to the data collected in 2008, and maintains to our country in a privileged position, only below the Republic of Korea and Australia. In which to the indicator of development of E-Government respecta, Spain appears located in anything despicable ninth position, fifth itself the European countries consider. This data represents an improvement of eleven positions we compared if it with the gathered one in 2008, year in which Spain was in the position number 20. Challenges that to approach In spite of being in front of as significant countries as France, Germany or Japan, and of which the eAdministracin has undergone an impressive development in the quality of the services that lends the citizens, the certain thing is that still they are profits to fulfill.
In fact, for proceedings like the empadronamiento or the inscription in the civil registry of a new birth, the citizen still is itself forced to move until physically soothes administrative corresponding. The local Administration represents the heel of Aquilles of our society in which to the advance of the eAdministracin it talks about. Something logical if one considers that many city councils are undergoing significant cuts in their budgetary games.