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Digital Administration Code (CAD)

In short

We have to start writing fewer laws and more software [less codes and more code] and, above all, we must ensure that the laws themselves — which are, by definition, both general and abstract — depict only those principles capable of resisting the passage of time and incapable of burdening us with the innovations and technologies of the past.

Detailed, rule-based regulations are to be translated into bit. Conventions for data exchange between administrations in API [Application Programming Interface] and administrative processes in which discretionary activity is either absent or modest are to be transformed into machine to machine processes, making them more efficient and democratic.

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From the blog

The Digital Administration Code (CAD): promises we’ve kept and targets we’ve missed

After the ratification by the Council of Ministers: here’s what the amendments (Corrective Decree) to the CAD mean – 01/10/2018


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Last update: 05/13/2019
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