Escrivá wants to implement an MIR for officials with technological profiles

He Minister for Digital Transformation and Public ServiceJosé Luis Escrivá, wants implement a“innovative” access road inspired by the MIR from doctors to technological professionals who want to join the Public Serviceas well as shorten exam times to access the Public Administration. As Escrivá emphasized during his participation in an appearance in the Senate to explain the main lines of action of his department, “the times that the exams last are intolerably long and that generates a lot of uncertainty and a lot of cost to the opponents.”

Thus, he has indicated that these are some of the lines that are being worked on within the Junior Talent Planfor the modernization of the Public administrationgiven the “absolute” need for reinforce workforces with ICT professions, which are increasingly “more necessary.” Furthermore, from Public Function they want to design a talent acquisition plan and shorten the deadlines for joining the public service so that the execution of Public Employment Offers cannot last more than 12 months.

Likewise, he highlighted that the Government continues to work to eliminate the replacement fee by 2025 and create a new human resources model and career based on tasks and competencies necessary for the performance of the different positions that may be filled. Regarding the last one, he has indicated that it will be a horizontal and vertical career model organized by functional areas and that is intended to be brought to the entire General Administration of the State (AGE). Thus, he has given an example of a career model based on six levels within the functional area of ​​contracting. “We have to go to a model based on levels and competencies,” Escrivá stressed. “We are working on it, we are working to get it there as soon as possible, but this is a wicker, a central basic element for many of the things we have to do,” she stressed.

Likewise, to guarantee the rapid response of administrations to changing situations and strengthen their capacity to adapt to external shocks, Public Function wants create a state public sector operations area that can respond to unexpected crises, such as the pandemic, or wide-ranging challenges, such as the management of recovery plans, that takes advantage of the talent and experience of the most senior workers.

Technological laboratories to innovate in the AAPP

On the other hand, Escrivá has announced that next week a consensus document for an Open Administrationwhich will be the first step to deploy the technological laboratories with which the Government wants to innovate in the Public Administration.

From there, during the second part of this semester, Public Function wants to have the design of the working groups of these public innovation laboratories, so that in the third quarter they can take the results of the results to public consultation. work groups in Hazlab Citizen Participation Laboratory, to be able to deploy them in the last quarter of the year. “2024 has to be a fundamentally year of experimentation to be able to have 2025, a year in which, based on all the experience we have accumulated, we can, let's say, scale and design some operating elements in this area,” he indicated.

He sees “perfectly possible” to achieve the stabilization goal

On the other hand, Escrivá has indicated that he sees it as “perfectly possible” to achieve the objective of stabilizing positions within the public sector by the end of the yearafter having stabilized a total of 225,000 places, the 75% of the goal committed in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (PRTR).

The head of Public Service has also indicated that the reduction of the temporality It is “a central element” for the Government and a “milestone” within the Recovery Plan.