The CNIS once again recognizes the work of our public administrations

DATE December 20, 2022

The CNIS once again recognizes the work of our public administrations

The 12th edition of the National Congress of Innovation and Services (CNIS) was held on December 13 and 14 in La Nave, located in the Community of Madrid, where more than 900 attendees came.

For the third consecutive year, Ángel Niño Quesada, Delegate councilor of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship area of the Madrid City Council, he participated in the opening of the Congress. Along with him were present Santiago Graña Domínguez, Deputy Director General of Planning and Governance of the Digital Administration of the SGAD, Natalia Aristimuno Perez, Director of digital services at the European Commission, Isabel Valldecabres Ortiz, President – General Director of the FNMT-RCM, Miguel A. de Bas Sotelo, Director of Innovation Club and Judith Florez Paredes, General Director of Legal Services and Territorial Coordination of the FEMP, who did so through a video.

The public purchase of innovation, data, innovation and technology and science at the service of cities were the first presentations that were recorded in the auditorium during this first day. Thus, Fernando Herrero Acebes (City of Madrid), Ricardo Recuero Serrano (Torrevieja City Council), Natalia Aristimuno (European Commission) and Ramon Gras They carried out their presentations.

Next came the turn to analyze the digital transformation of the Italian embassy in Spain. A presentation that ran out of Pietro Maria Paolucci (Italian Embassy in Spain) and Yolanda Santos García de León (Iron Mountain). Tax management and solutions to the digital divide came hand in hand with Susana García Martos (gtt) and Esther Villarán López (Provincial Council of Guadalajara), while Elena Muñoz Salinero (MAETD) was in charge of recounting the progress that has been made in the "Citizen Folder."


At this point, the first debate tables of this congress began to take place. The first, moderated by Lucia Escapes Castro (Ministry of Health) was about the digitalization of services and was attended by Fernando Alvarez Garcia (City of Madrid), Victor Solla Bárcena (Malaga's town hall), Ignacio García Peredo (Extremadura joint), Juan Luis Ceada Ramos (Digital Agency of Andalusia) and Ester Gutiérrez Riaño (Government of La Rioja).

In the second round table Innovation was addressed: “where, when and with whom?” And on this occasion it was Rafael Candela de la Fuente (esPublico Gestiona) the person in charge of giving way to the speakers José de León Rojas (Cabildo de Lanzarote), Carlos Ventura Quilón (Rivas Vaciamadrid City Council) and Roberto Moreno Diaz (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria).

Victor Almonacid Lamelas (Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency) also had its space in this room to give its version to the attendees about the culture of public ethics.

The Association of Women in the Public Sector closed the afternoon with a lively talk that, led by Pilar Moreno García (Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency) was attended by María Teresa Covisa Blonde (Tenerife Island Council), Ana Caro Muñoz (Autonomous University of Madrid), Sara Belén Troya Jiménez (Osuna City Council), Consuelo Linares Plans (City Hall of Torres de Cotillas), Chiara Camarón Pacheco (Leioa City Council), Nieves Escorza Muñoz (Pinto City Council) and Lucia Imbernon del Toro (Valencia Provincial Council). The now traditional photo of all the women from the public sector attending this congress also took place in this auditorium. The second day of the CNIS Congress opened with an interesting round table on Cybersecurity in which the presence of those already usual Miguel Ángel Amutio Gómez (MAETD), Javier Candau (CCN-CERT) and Miguel Ángel Lubián Rueda (CIES Group).

Fernando de Pablo (Madrid City Council) told attendees about the digital transformation strategy that this organization is carrying out in the capital, while Francisco Javier Araujo Campos (Iron Mountain) and Valentin Garcia Souto, Provincial Council of Bizkaia, addressed the risks and opportunities in which the AA.PP are immersed. in these modern times.

On this occasion the round table, moderated by Francisco José Valentín Ruiz (ODILO), revolved around the dark and golden ages of data. Ages in which the speakers Julio Cerdá Díaz (City Hall of Arganda del Rey), Pedro Cabrera Hernandez (Tinajo City Council), Sonia Crespo Nogales (Las Rozas City Council) and Francisco Fernandez Cuesta (Madrid City Council) did not hesitate to position themselves.

The data government came from the hand of two representatives of the Generalitat of Catalonia, Angels Vidal Juanola and Ruth Molina Chércoles, while the need for the cloud in apps was the topic addressed by Carlos Rodríguez López (Hyland) and Gonzalo Casado Barral (EMEA AWS).

Antonio Olivares Calvo (Andalusian Health Service) focused its investment before the closure on the management of contracts in the centers belonging to its organization.

Finally, José Antonio Sánchez Serrano, Vice-Minister of Local Administration and Digitalization of the Community of Madrid, was in charge of putting the finishing touch to this congress. "The public sector cannot be left behind and, therefore, must bet on the technological transformation that involves putting the citizen and the worker at the center of all policies related to innovation," he assured.

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