Queretaro, Qro. The local government is committed to the development of an electronic signature that makes it possible to speed up the processes of exchanging information in the public function and streamline procedures.

This tool is a key piece of the strategy Together for a Digital Querétaro and that will imply the creation of the Digital Government Law and the Advanced Electronic Signature Law, Governor Mauricio Kuri González presented last Friday, May 20.

Both laws, he stated, will be the legal basis and a watershed to move to a digital Querétaro, implementing intelligent, modern, efficient, accessible and inclusive systems.

Therefore, he stressed that digitization cannot be postponed as a way to innovate, to which the public function must adapt in a process of continuous improvement.

Querétaro is the best scenario to subscribe to this evolution, to form a digital agenda that serves as a portfolio of diversified projects, to improve the quality of life of Querétaro families, with a lever in the use of information technologies”, he declared.

These laws seek to innovate processes, in addition to reducing costs and processing times. Meanwhile, transparency will be promoted to avoid acts of corruption, he explained.

Through the use of technology, it is expected to generate tools to offer agile services and identify areas of opportunity, as well as improvements that promote the activities of the business sector, organized civil society and educational institutions.

Through the new laws, it is expected to facilitate management, so that digital media allow citizens to carry out procedures in all government entities and in all sectors, added Finance Secretary Gustavo Arturo Leal Maya.

The Advanced Electronic Signature Law, the secretary specified, is intended to provide legal certainty and streamline information exchange processes.

While the Digital Government Law will allow the use of technologies, the development of transversal projects, with the purpose of achieving an efficient exercise of public resources, he explained.


The Secretary of Planning and Citizen Participation, Luis Antonio Rangel Méndez, specified that the eighth article of the Digital Government Law plans to create a commission that will have the objective of aligning the digital policy of the state, it is planned that it will have the participation of both servers public as well as citizens.

He highlighted the importance that both the government and individuals invest in the development of technological infrastructure, to promote the state to be hyperconnected and position itself as the most important internet center in northern Latin America.

According to information from the state government, 9 million procedures are carried out annually in the entity; however, confusing legislation, poor process design and lack of technological implementation have caused them to be late, encouraging productive activity.

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