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Title: Blockchain en la administración electrónica
Author: Casado Cadarso, Javier
Director: García Font, Víctor
Tutor: Borge Bravo, Rosa  
Keywords: blockchain
electronic administration
electronic government
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The Spanish public sector is experiencing a real revolution as a result of the widespread adoption of electronic administration. It is a change not only technological, but organizational and cultural. The introduction of technological tools is leading to profound internal changes in the organizational model of administrations and their relationships. On the other hand, distributed network systems based on blockchain technologies are emerging as a disruptive technological change. However, although it is already having a profound impact in many areas, such as the economy or trade, its application in e-government and administrative field is still in development. Can it really bring benefits in this matter? How could this technology be applied in administrative processes? To know how much truth there is in this phenomenon and what benefits it can bring to the world of e-government, this work makes an analysis of networks based on blockchain, with the Bitcoin as the main reference and a review of the still scarce bibliography existing in this matter. Subsequently, it analyzes the technological resources on which the e-administration systems currently deployed are based to see how they can benefit from the functionalities provided by blockchain. Finally, the use of a blockchain based network is proposed as a common, centralized and reliable record of the files processed by public administrations and the documents that comprise them.
Language: Spanish
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