URSEC adds seven new procedures online with ApiaTrámites
Organism and STATUM work together to reach the goal of covering all the paperwork by 2020
The Communications Services Regulatory Unit (URSEC) will close 2019 with seven new procedures to the Online Procedures Program nationwide. In total, there are already 62 enabled on its website (ursec.gub.uy) and on the unified procedures portal of the Uruguayan State (www.trámites.gub.uy). In this way, the URSEC, together with STATUM, developer of the platform, approaches its goal of having 100% of its procedures online by the year 2020.
The tool selected for these purposes is ApiaTrámites, a 100% platform for the Online Procedures Model of AGESIC, which allows an easy, intuitive and dynamic way to carry out the implementation of the Online Procedures for the interaction between the citizen and the organization, with an "agile methodology" that allows the agency's own officials to be involved in the definition and parameterization of the procedures, appropriating the knowledge of the implementation for subsequent maintenance with their own resources.
Before the end of the year, the URSEC will have seven new procedures. Three correspond to the administration of the spectrum and four to the Legal division.
The first are the following:
- High and low stations in own use systems.
- Registration, cancellation and modification of radiocommunications systems for own use.
- Satellite systems and stratospheric platforms.
Regarding Legal, these are:
- Transfer of Audiovisual Communication Services.
- Transfer of quotas or actions in Audiovisual Communication Services.
- Transfer by succession mode in Audiovisual Communication Services.
- Record of radio and television signals.
The work that STATUM and URSEC have done during this year will also close with training for users. In particular, instructors will place emphasis on packet assembly, that is, how to generate data packets to export information between different environments.
For several years, STATUM works with the agency. In 2009, the case of success linked to the systematization of processes was reported, which made the management of the information effective and regulated the activities of the different offices. In 2017, specifically, on September 30, paper records ceased to circulate in URSEC and days later they all became electronic.