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Le damos la bienvenida al Portal de Transparencia de la Administración General  del Estado cuyo marco jurídico es la Ley 19/2013, de 9 de diciembre, de transparencia, acceso a la información pública y buen gobierno (LTBG).

Se crea la Subsede Electrónica del Portal de la Transparencia a través de la Orden TFP/303/2019, de 12 de marzo.

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¿Qué artículo de la LTBG hace referencia a la creación del portal de transparencia?

La creación del Portal de la Transparencia (PT) se recoge en el artículo 10 de la LTBG.

Artículo 10. Portal de la Transparencia.

  1. La Administración General del Estado desarrollará un Portal de la Transparencia, dependiente del Ministerio de la Presidencia, que facilitará el acceso de los ciudadanos a toda la información a la que se refieren los artículos anteriores relativa a su ámbito de actuación.

Con las nuevas estructuras orgánicas de los departamentos ministeriales, en concreto el Real Decreto 863/2018, de 13 de julio, el Portal de la Transparencia pasa a depender del Ministerio de Política Territorial y Función Pública, a través de la Dirección General de Gobernanza Pública (Secretaría de Estado de Función Pública).

¿Qué alcance administrativo tiene la Administración General del Estado?

La Administración General del Estado comprende:

  1. La Organización Central, que integra los Ministerios y los servicios comunes.
  2. La Organización Territorial.
  3. La Administración General del Estado en el exterior.

¿Qué es el Portal de la Transparencia de la Administración General del Estado?

Es un portal web, dependiente del Ministerio de Política Territorial y Función Pública, donde se publica: información de las organizaciones administrativas recogidas en el epígrafe siguiente, información relativa a Gobierno Abierto, la información que la Ley de Transparencia obliga a hacerlo pública. Además, el portal permite el ejercicio del derecho de acceso a información no disponible en el portal.

¿Qué ámbito administrativo abarca este Portal?

Este Portal publica información relativa a:

  • La Administración General del Estado.
  • Las entidades gestoras y los servicios comunes de la Seguridad Social así como las mutuas colaboradoras de la Seguridad Social.
  • Los organismos autónomos, las Agencias Estatales, las entidades públicas empresariales y las entidades de Derecho Público que, con independencia funcional o con una especial autonomía reconocida por la Ley, tienen atribuidas funciones de regulación o supervisión de carácter externo sobre un determinado sector o actividad.
  • Las entidades de Derecho Público con personalidad jurídica propia, vinculadas a cualquiera de las Administraciones Públicas o dependientes de ellas, incluidas las Universidades públicas.

El Portal no contiene información específica de Comunidades Autónomas, Entidades Locales, Sociedades Estatales, Fundaciones y órganos Constitucionales. Estas entidades publicarán su información en sus respectivos portales web y sedes electrónicas.

¿Cómo se regula la subsede electrónica del Portal de la Transparencia?

Se ha creado la Subsede Electrónica del Portal de la Transparencia a través de  la Orden TFP/303/2019, de 12 de marzo, por la que se crean las Subsedes Electrónicas del Portal Funciona y del Portal de la Transparencia, como sedes electrónicas derivadas de la Sede Electrónica del Punto de Acceso General de la Administración General del Estado.

¿Qué características tiene?

  • Integrará a la totalidad de los Departamentos ministeriales y de los Organismos públicos vinculados y dependientes y permitirá el acceso de la ciudadanía a la información pública prevista en la Ley 19/2013, de 9 de diciembre, de Transparencia, acceso a la información pública y buen gobierno, mediante la correspondiente solicitud.
  • La dirección electrónica de referencia de la subsede será https://sede.transparencia.gob.es/
  • La titularidad de la subsede electrónica corresponderá a la Secretaría de Estado de Función Pública.
  • Serán canales de acceso a los servicios disponibles en la subsede:
    • El acceso a través de la sede electrónica del Punto de Acceso General en administración.es y en administración.gob.es.
    • La propia subsede electrónica Portal de la Transparencia.
    • Para la atención presencial, la oficina 060 de calle Manuel Cortina, 2, 28010 Madrid, así como las Oficinas 060 de Delegaciones y Subdelegaciones del Gobierno y de Direcciones Insulares, conforme a las competencias definidas en las normas reguladoras de la organización ministerial y el resto de las oficinas de las Administraciones Públicas en el marco de los convenios suscritos o que pudieran suscribirse, sin perjuicio del acceso a través de los medios previstos en el artículo 16.4 de la Ley 39/2015, de 1 de octubre.
    • Para la atención telefónica, los servicios de información departamental, en el teléfono 060.
  • Los medios disponibles para la formulación de sugerencias y quejas son los disponibles en la sede del Punto de Acceso General, de la que deriva la subsede electrónica del Portal de la Transparencia.
  • La subsede electrónica permitirá el derecho de acceso a la información pública a todas las personas debidamente identificadas a través de una solicitud de acceso elaborada o adquirida en el ejercicio de las funciones de un órgano o entidad o cuando sea consecuencia del desarrollo de las competencias que tiene formalmente atribuidas.
  • La gestión tecnológica de la subsede será competencia de la Secretaría General de Administración Digital, en las atribuciones que le competan según lo dispuesto en el Real Decreto 863/2018, de 13 de julio.
  • Será responsable de la gestión, contenidos y servicios puestos a disposición de los interesados en la subsede electrónica, la Secretaría de Estado de Función Pública. La responsabilidad se corresponderá con las competencias que el titular o titulares tengan atribuidas según la legislación vigente.

¿Cuáles son sus contenidos específicos?

What regulates the Transparency Law?

The Law of Transparency, Access to Public Information and Good Governance (LTBG) provides what information public authorities must publish for the information of citizens, how citizens can request information from the government and what Governance rules to be observed by public officials.

What entities are obliged to provide information?

All public authorities, public sector entities, constitutional bodies (including the House of His Majesty the King) and their counterparts at regional level as well as public sector foundations, associations formed by government or Corporations with majority public participation, are bound by the Transparency Act. That is, they should publish the information mentioned Law and also respond to information requests submitted by citizens.

also required to publish the information provided in the private entities such as political parties, trade unions, labor organizations and other entities that receive state aid law.

In the case of this Transparency Portal, based on Article 10 of the LTBG, information from the State Administration requested more frequently published.

What is the Transparency Portal Government of Eng; a ?

is the platform under the Ministry of the Presidency, by which you can access the information from the Central Government under the Act, whose disclosure is relevant to ensure the transparency of its activity related to the operation and control of public action. It will also contain information that citizens most frequently requested right of access to public information and the decisions rejecting the right of access, previously anonymised.

What does this Portal?

El Portal, in accordance with the provisions of Law 19/2013, of December 9, Transparency, Access to Public Information and Good Governance, aims to expand and enhance the transparency of the public, regulate and guarantee the right of access to information relating to that activity and establish good governance obligations to be met by public authorities activity.

The Portal publishes information of the entities that make up the government, namely:.

  • State Administration
  • management entities and common services of the Social Security and the mutual collaborating Social Security .
  • autonomous bodies , the State Agencies , the public companies and public law entities , with functional independence or with special autonomy recognized by law, attributed to regulatory or supervisory functions of external character on a given sector or activity.
  • public law entities with legal personality, linked to any government or dependent upon, including public universities < / span>.

    The Portal contains information Autonomous Communities, Local Authorities, State Corporations, Foundations and constitutional bodies. These entities shall publish their information on their respective web portals and online offices.

What is the Ad Turns?

information is grouped into the categories defined in the law, the government must publish periodically and updated to ensure transparency of its activity.

In this Transparency Portal Government of Eng; to facilitating access of citizens to all the institutional, organizational information, planning, legal relevance, economic, budgetary and statistics provided on the corresponding to the Ministries law, autonomous agencies, public companies, state agencies and public undertakings.

What information is published in the Portal?

The Act regulates the publication of the following categories of information on what is known as Advertising Active:

Organizational Information

  • Functions that take place in organisms
  • Applicable regulations
  • Structure: identifying the organizational units responsible, profile and professional experience
  • Plans and annual programs, targets, compliance and results

    Information legal relevance

    • Guidelines, instructions, agreements, circulars, replies to queries (involving an interpretation of the law or legal effects)
    • draft laws or legislative decrees
    • Designing regulation
    • Memoirs and Reports contained in the files of drafting legal texts
    • Documents to be subject to public information

      economic information content

      • Contract
      • Conventions and management commissions
      • Compensation of senior
      • Government subsidies and support
      • Budget
      • Annual accounts. Audit reports and audit
      • Resolutions of the Office of Conflict of Interest affecting public employees and officials
      • Statistical information of degree of compliance with public services
      • Real Estate state-owned

        Is there any restriction on the publication of information?

        Indeed. Can that information can not be published because it relates to sensitive issues such as national security, defense or the protection of personal data. In these cases, it should be checked whether, indeed, the publication affects the limits that the law provides or, in the case of personal data, whether they can be removed from the document is published.

        What if I can not find information on the site?

        In principle, the most relevant information for citizens and frequent access will be available on the Portal so accessible, reusable and interoperable. If the driver needs more information or need more detail, then it can access the service request public information is a right governed by the law of transparency and good governance. This service is available on the site.

        What happens if they do not comply with the obligations of transparency and information is not published?

        The Council of Transparency and Good Government will ensure compliance with the provisions of the Act and breach may result in disciplinary proceedings.

What is the right of access to public information?

It is the right of access to public information access in the terms provided in the Constitution Article 105.b), meaning the public information or documents, whatever their medium or format, which are held held by the administration and which has been produced or acquired in the exercise of their functions.

For more information on the access der.echo access the Citizen's Guide. Access right

Could you ask for any information?

The right of access to information is subject to certain limits that aim to protect other legal interests which may be unprotected if the information is given. That is, there are limits to protect information that should not be public because if it were, it could overlook;. ar a person or the public interest

These limits are priced in the Act and are as follows:

  • National security
  • The defense
  • The Foreign Affairs
  • Public safety
  • The prevention, investigation and punishment of the criminal, administrative or disciplinary illicit
  • The equality of the parties in court proceedings and effective judicial protection
  • The administrative functions of monitoring, inspection and control
  • The economic and commercial interests
  • The economic and monetary policy
  • Professional secrecy and intellectual property
  • The guarantee of confidentiality or secrecy required in decision-making processes
  • The protection of the environment

    How limits apply?

    The body which prompted information whose publication considers that can harm any of the limits shall assess whether indeed a Dan occurs;. Or if that information is provided

    Why is data protection?

    If the requested information contained sensitive data, access may be authorized only if they were devoted to this the express written consent of the affected

    What is the partial access?

    In cases where information on which part of it is subject to any limit because the right is claimed, the application partly admissible and the applicant shall indicate the information has been omitted .

    What can a citizen who is denied information?

    You can file a complaint with the Council of Transparency and Good Governance, independent body to ensure proper compliance with the provisions of the law.

    For more information on the right of access to public information, see the Citizen's Guide. Right of access.

What is the Council of Transparency and Good Governance?

The Council of Transparency and Good Governance is a public body referred to in the tenth additional provision of Law 6/1997 of 14 April, on the Organisation and Functioning of the General State Administration. It is under the Ministry of Finance and Public Administration, has legal personality and full capacity to act, to act with full autonomy and independence in the fulfillment of its purposes.

The Council of Transparency and Good Governance aims to promote transparency in government activities, ensure compliance with disclosure requirements, safeguarding the exercise of the right of access to public information and ensure compliance with the provisions of good governance.

Is the Council responsible for the Transparency Portal?

No. The council has its own legal personality and full capacity to act. It is acting with full autonomy and independence in the fulfillment of its purposes.