Gobierno abierto & Open data

Visualizador de Proyectos de Montevideo

This solution is based on the Siges tool. Siges is a public access tool, provided by Agesic and developed by Sofis Solutions (SP 15/2013) that allows the monitoring and control of programs and projects of an organization.

 

With this application any citizen can use the system to manage their project, managing the main areas of knowledge: schedule, scope, acquisitions, risks, stakeholders, partners, quality, among others.

captura de pantalla del visualizador de proyectos
Beneficiarios:

Montevideo Administration

Año:

2016

Noticias en la Prensa:

Mirador ciudadano

The purpose of this project is to make information about the projects and works carried out by the Uruguayan State transparent. This system obtains data from the different project management systems and presents them in different formats, such as on a map, on cards, through photo albums, among others.

Mirador ciudadano
Beneficiarios:

Agency for the development of electronic government and the information society

Año:

2015

Noticias en la Prensa:
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Automatización de Procesos en la DINAPYME

This project aims to expand the Registration System of Companies and Entrepreneurs, currently being developed by DINAPYME, by automating the application and issuance processes of the SME Certificate and the process corresponding to the Program for Professionalization of Management and Quality Improvement in SMEs, including integration with linked agencies through web services.

 

The SME certificate is a certificate issued by DINAPYME to companies that request it and that meet the criteria of the corresponding decree. Nowadays it is used to qualify for state purchases. To determine that the applicant company is an SME, companies are requested to submit information from other bodies such as the General Tax Directorate and the Social Security Bank. For this reason, this project proposes interoperation with services provided by other organizations in order to determine, in real time, if the applicant company is in the above conditions.

 

The project proposes the digitalization of the certificate in such a way that it can also be consulted online by the different organizations. In addition, it incorporates the automation of the process corresponding to the CARPE program, through which applicants apply to the different components of the program (through the web) and the members of DINAPYME and other actors (ANII for example) follow the flow of the process (evaluation, authorization, disbursement of funds, surveys, etc.) registering the moments in which they occur to obtain statistical data and the monitoring of each instance of the process. Each of the steps is electronically signed by the performer.

Beneficiarios:

National Directorate of Handicrafts, Small and Medium Enterprises

Año:

2010