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PagoPA digital payments

In short

A different and more natural way for citizens to pay the Public Administration, which becomes more immediate, faster, and cheaper for the country.

Citizens must be able to choose modern payment methods with minimal friction, whilst the market must be able to integrate and easily add new innovative payment instruments. We want to make the system more open and flexible.

Find out about the technical aspects on Developers Italia

The data

The dashboard data is updated on a weekly basis. Last update:

The role of the Team

To allow PagoPA to evolve in a market logic, whilst permitting access to PagoPA for Public Administration services. Improve the user experience by replicating the processes and methods already in use in the payments market and used daily by citizens. Allow for the main players within the payment market to be able to offer their own tools to citizens, also for paying for Public Administration services.

We have thus created, in collaboration with AgID, the new functional specifications of the payment component of PagoPA, creating a simple and secure User Experience and a modern and engaging notification system. These changes will soon be visible, with the larger municipalities having already become involved.

From the blog

PagoPA: where we are now and what the next steps will be

The growth of the Public Administration’s centralized payment platform plus a few good examples – 12/14/2017

From Twitter

Forum

PagoPA is a project of national importance. To encourage discussion and an exchange of viewpoints, and to favour the participation of all the plays involved in the project, we created a forum.

Media

For any contact request received from the media and journalists, the Digital Transformation Team’s press and communication office is the point of reference.

Timeline

July 2017 WISP 1.3 release

October 2017 SDK mobile WISP 2.0 release

December 2017 Pre-production release of WISP 2.0 and a mobile SDK, to be tested by Public Administrations

Last update: 01/15/2018
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