Municipal staff will explain how to produce the digital certificate, process documents on the Electronic Drive and firm it digitally
Alcala de Xivert Council, through an agreement signed with the ACCV (la Agencia de Tecnología y Certificación Electrónica de la Generalitat Valenciana) has become an Oficina Pru-Oficina de Punto de Registro Electrónico. From the end of February, residents who want to obtain an electronic personal certifícate can do so free of charge in the Municipal Offices in Alcala and Alcossebre. To be able to do this, people must go in person to the Municipal Offices and identify themselves with their current D.N.I., N.I.E. or Spanish passport. If they are foreign residents, they must bring their current N.I.E. and passport.
With the digital certificate you can sign documents electronically and carry out electronic processes with all the Public Administrations. It is one more step to bring people closer to the Administration, through the use of new technologies, and at the same time make the bureaucratic process inherent in every transaction easier. This task will be brought to fruition by municipal staff and there will be no charge, neither for the Council nor the resident, providing an essential tool for all residents.
The Mayor Francisco Juan said that “the Council is strongly backing electronic administration, on one hand in compliance with the law and, on the other, because it will greatly facilitate our residents’ dealings with the council and it is also important to make the administration flexible and efficient”.
The Alcala-Alcossebre Council, continuing its efforts to bring the administration to residents, has organised an open practical course for everyone on the digital certification and all the processes which can be carried out after it has been issued. In fact, the council has formed a PRU (User’s Registration Point) point and is already issuing digital certificates.
The course will take place on Saturday, 24th March, from 9:30h to 13:00h in the Alcala CESAL building. Those taking part can bring a lap-top and the digital certificate, which will enable them to practise at the same time. In any event, they can register for the course even if they do not have a computer and to not have the digital certificate.
Municipal staff will explain how to generate the certificate, install it and send it on the web navigator, how to deal with documents for the different public administrations, make telematic requests and receive notifications and sign documents digitally. It is very useful information for residents, particularly when taking into account that, the new law will come into force in a few months which will insist that businesses and the self-employed deal with the Administration via electronic processes. Those interested in registering for the course can do so through a special section set up in the main menu on the municipal web page.
In the case of the Council, the management of processes through the Electronic Base brings multiple advantages: speed, open 24 hours, convenience when sending documents and receiving notifications from the computer or mobiles, etc. The Mayor Francisco Juan urged residents “to take advantage of this course which has been drawn up by the council, so that you can be kept up to date and take advantage of the resources we have to bring electronic administration to everyone”.