The Board allocates 532 million euros to digitalization in two years

The Government of Andalusia has invested in the last two years 532 million euros to digitalization through ADA. This was announced today by the Minister of the Presidency, Interior, Social Dialogue and Administrative Simplification of the Junta de Andalucía, Antonio Sanz, who inaugurated the Málaga Fairs and Congress Center (FYCMA) Digital Enterprise Show 2024 (DES), along with the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, and the president of the Provincial Council, José Francisco Salado. In this international reference event in digital transformation and exponential technologies, which brings together 17,000 managers, 592 international experts and 403 companies until June 13 In the exhibition area, Antonio Sanz explained that the Andalusian Digital Agency (ADA) has allocated 332 million euros to digital transformation in the last year, so In two years it has invested 532 million, “more than half of the 1,000 million promised until 2027”.

“During these three days at the DES, Andalusia will once again be the place to which all those who develop their work in the field of digital transformation and the implementation of technologies look,” said Sanz, highlighting the leadership of the Digital Agency. of Andalusia in the implementation of technologies “with the purpose of making people's lives easier.”

The counselor explained that In the last year, more than 332 million euros have been allocated for digitalization of Andalusia through the ADA. An investment that, added to the 200 million euros of the first year of the legislature, makes a total of 532 million euros, “more than half of the 1,000 million euros committed to investing before 2027,” explained the counselor.

These 332 million euros have been used to launch projects such as the new Board Corporate Network (160 million euros); the development and evolution of sector information systems, such as emergency system 112 (with 27 million euros), large corporate systems such as economic-financial and human resources (9.5 million); Digital Society (28 million); modernization of Puntos Vuela (22.5 million); the digital training program at Vuela and Capis (Public Internet Access Centers), Red Cross and Malaga 42 (12 millions); the transformation and evolution to cloud and inventory (24.2); support for the workplace, exploitation and mobility (16 million); Cybersecurity programs (13.4 million) and digital services, Data Analytics and IT Government (5.5).

Sanz has emphasized the Board's objective that Andalusia “be 100% digital in the year 2030, thus fulfilling the mandate of the European Union”, also highlighting that “there will be zero paper in 2030”.

Epicenter of digital innovation

The Digital Enterprise Show focuses in this edition on the artificial intelligence and exponential technology, with attendees from 50 countries. Andalusia attends this congress with the motto 'Andalusia, Advance Citizenship', reinforcing that “ours is a land of talent and opportunities for professionals and companies, where people are at the center of public policies and where technology is an exponential factor for their capabilities,” explained Sanz.

At this meeting, the Junta de Andalucía has its own stand where the Digital Agency of Andalusia will present its technology implementation projects following the purpose of making life easier for people, including the latest activities of the Plan of Digital Training, with Andalucía Vuela and Puntos Vuela, initiatives in Digital Administration focused on people, Cybersecurity, Automation or the WomANDigital initiative. Also present in this space are Canal Sur, Andalucía Emprende and the Audiovisual and Digital Content Cluster of Andalusia (LAND).

The stand has its own programming, which can be consulted on the ADA social networks, with talks by those responsible for the different ADA projects and covering topics such as cybersecurity, digital training of citizens, digital entrepreneurship initiatives. or the hyperautomation of processes in the Andalusian Administration.