This paper analyzes the Spanish electronic administration policy. First of all, it is studied the policy formulation and the contents of the government action plans concerning the IS in the 1990s. Secondly, it is analyzed the present situation of the Spanish electronic administration. The governmental eGovernment programs have not managed to promote a coordinated strategy of electronic administration services. The different Ministerial departments have placed their electronic services, designed to solve very specific problems without having a general coordination model. Even so, there are very successful experiences as the State Agency of Tax Administration, or the Internet Social Security. Finally the paper examines the local and regional governments' IS policies, paying special attention to the electronic Administration initiatives. In this case, the variety of the initiatives and the degree of success is very different. The paper focuses on the multilevel nature of these public action strategies.
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