Digital Government in Mexico

Sustainable and Inclusive Transformation

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Digital Government in Mexico discusses and assesses the efforts of the Mexican Government to build a stronger system of digital government under the Coordination of the National Digital Strategy of the Office of the President. It presents the key policy actions, achievements and co-ordination challenges, and looks at how policy objectives are implemented. The study examines the main initiatives for promoting digital inclusion, reinforcing public sector capacity, and achieving efficient public service design and delivery. This report also assesses the state of data governance, open government data and its strategic use, and the sharing of public sector data both within and beyond the public sector.


Strides towards a digital and user-driven administration in Mexico

Chapter 4 provides a general overview of the Mexican public administration’s capability to successfully implement digital government. It touches upon digital transformation standards and design principles, as well as other tools supporting the emergence of a digital culture in the Mexican public sector. The chapter also delves into the issue of the Mexican’s state data capability and concrete ways to foster a data-driven culture in the public sector to improve government performance. This chapter advances an assessment of the key challenges facing Mexico in terms of developing and deploying a digital talent strategy. Chapter 4 closes with considerations about current challenges in deploying new methods for ICT commissioning and acquisition and stresses the need to increasingly adopt agile development approaches.


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