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Implementation of the National Water Plan (UY0099)



Action Plan: Uruguay Action Plan 2018-2020

Action Plan Cycle: 2018

Status: Active


Lead Institution: the Ministry of Housing, Land Management and Environment (MVOTMA) – the National Directorate of Waters (DINAGUA) and the Presidency of the Republic - E-Government and Information Society Agency (AGESIC)

Support Institution(s): Environmental Cabinet (Presidency of the Republic, SNAACC, MVOTMA, MGAP, MIEM, MDN, MSP and MEF), MTOP – DNH, MINTUR, MEC, MRREE Departmental and Municipal Governments, Regional Councils of Water Resources, Basin Commissions Universities (UDELAR, UTEC, and others), National Administration of Public Education (CEIP, CES, CETP, CFE, others), National Network of Environmental Education UNESCO Public and private communication media (TNU, RNU, and others), SODRE Public and private companies (OSE, UTE and others) Organized civil society

Policy Areas

Access to Information, E-Government, Environment and Climate, Gender, Marginalized Communities, Open Data, Public Participation, Public Service Delivery, Sustainable Development Goals, Water and Sanitation

IRM Review

IRM Report: Uruguay Design Report 2018-2020

Starred: Pending IRM Review

Early Results: Pending IRM Review

Design i

Verifiable: Yes

Relevant to OGP Values: Access to Information , Civic Participation

Potential Impact:

Implementation i

Completion: Pending IRM Review


Implementation of the National Water Plan

Commitment start and end date: September 2018 to December 2019.
Institution or actor responsible for the implementation: the Ministry of Housing, Land
Management and Environment (MVOTMA) – the National Directorate of Waters (DINAGUA)
and the Presidency of the Republic - E-Government and Information Society Agency
Existing commitment
Theme: Environment – Water – Climate change
Commitment description
What is the commitment? To collectively create the regional basin plans foreseen
in the “National Water Plan”.
To strengthen existing participatory spaces through the
incorporation of digital tools.
To promote the inclusion of the topic of water in the
various educational spaces for the development of a
new water culture.
What is the problem that the
commitment will address?
In order to formulate integrated water resources
management plans with political, social and
environmental sustainability, a participatory process
involving all the actors linked to the basin is needed.
For this, it is essential to ensure information and tools
for communication and the development of a common
language among the participating actors, and to
promote water education at all levels.
There is a demand from different civil society actors for
data in open formats linked to the water resources of
Uruguay, which has been presented in different
participatory spaces.
In this sense, it is necessary to make further progress
in facilitating access to data related to the use of water
and the territory of the different basins of Uruguay, and
hydrological data of the whole country.
How will the commitment contribute to
solving the problem?
This commitment contributes to the national strategy
established in the National Water Plan, particularly with
the development of the following programs of the Plan:
6 - Integrated Water Resources Management Plans, 9
- Institutional strengthening and coordination and 10 –
Water education, communication, research and
capacity building.
The development of a communication strategy with
technological tools, making information available and
the application of participatory methodologies will allow
the actors linked to the respective basins to collaborate
with the formulation of the plans and the undertaking of
commitments by bringing a diversity of concerns,
perspectives and capacities.
Why is it relevant to OGP values? The implementation of the National Water Plan is a
strong commitment to the participation of the
population in the planning, management and control of
water resources. It contributes directly to the
transparency of the processes involved and of the
information related to watersheds and waters.
For these reasons, the plan is of relevance for
transparency and public participation. In addition, the
Plan provides for regular accountability for progress.
Additional Information
The National Water Plan (PNA) works within the National Water Policy Act (Law No.18 610),
which regulates article 47 of the Constitution of the Republic. The plan contributes directly to
the National Environmental Plan (in consultation process), to the National Climate Change
Policy, and to the National Biodiversity Strategy.
Advancing the implementation of integrated water management of national and transboundary
basins and aquifers, as well as continuing with the implementation of the plans and programs
of the National Water Plan, contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals and particularly
to Goal 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation). In the same sense, the enhancement of spaces for
participation within the development of the National Water Plan contributes to the fulfillment of
the SDGs.
Objectives and/or milestones
Description of objectives and/or milestones
Start date End date
To formulate at least 5 integrated water resource management
plans through a participatory process strengthening the formal
participatory spaces (regional councils of water resources) and
developing other opportunities for citizen participation,
integrating the various actors involved in water management
(government, users and civil society). Equal participation of
women and men in the different spaces will be promoted.
September 2018 December 2019
To implement a pilot project to consolidate face-to-face spaces
for participation through the incorporation of e-participation
tools and the development of new communication processes
(without gender stereotypes), in accordance with AGESIC’s eparticipation
February 2019 December 2019
To advance in the implementation of the open data policy
related to Uruguay's water resources, monitoring stations and
the use of these resources (reservoirs, intakes, wells),
incorporating the data into the national catalog.
July 2019 December 2019
To define and agree on a working strategy with the different
actors for the inclusion of the topic of water in the various
educational spaces and for the development of a new water
culture through:
February 2019 December 2019
- 4 working meetings/workshops with the
participation of institutions linked to integrated
water resource management, education
authorities and the National Network of
Environmental Education.
- A diagnostic document and proposal for the
incorporation and updating of the theme of water
in the various educational spaces and for the
development of a new water culture. Efforts will be
made to avoid reinforcing gender stereotypes.
Contact Information
Name of the responsible person Raúl Echeverría
Title, Department Advisor, DINAGUA MVOTMA
Email address and phone number
Name of the responsible person Virginia Pardo
Title, Department Director of the Digital Citizenship Area
– AGESIC, Presidency of the Republic
Email address and phone number
Other actors involved
State Actors Environmental Cabinet (Presidency of
the Republic, SNAACC, MVOTMA,
Departmental and Municipal
CSOs, private sector, multilateral organizations, working
Regional Councils of Water Resources,
Basin Commissions
Universities (UDELAR, UTEC, and
others), National Administration of
Public Education (CEIP, CES, CETP,
CFE, others), National Network of
Environmental Education
UNESCO Public and private
communication media (TNU, RNU, and
others), SODRE
Public and private companies (OSE,
UTE and others)
Organized civil society

IRM Midterm Status Summary

Protección del medio ambiente y uso sostenible de los recursos naturales

1. Implementación del Plan Nacional de Aguas 

Texto del compromiso como aparece en el plan de acción:

Construir colectivamente los Planes Regionales de Cuenca previstos en el Plan Nacional de Aguas.

Fortalecer los espacios de participación presenciales existentes mediante la incorporación de herramientas digitales.

Promover la inclusión de la temática del agua en los diversos espacios educativos para la construcción de una nueva cultura del agua.

Los hitos de este compromiso son:

  • Formular al menos 5 planes de Gestión Integrada de Recursos Hídricos a través de un proceso participativo fortaleciendo los espacios formales de participación (Consejos Regionales de Recursos Hídricos) y desarrollando otras instancias de participación ciudadana, integrando a los diversos actores vinculados a la gestión del agua (gobierno, usuarios y sociedad civil). Se promoverá la participación equitativa de mujeres y varones en los diferentes espacios.
  • Implementar un piloto de fortalecimiento de los espacios presenciales de participación a través de la incorporación de herramientas de e-participación y desarrollo de nuevos procesos de comunicación (sin estereotipos de género), en acuerdo con el Programa de e-participación de AGESIC.
  • Avanzar en la implementación de la política de datos abiertos vinculados con los recursos hídricos del Uruguay, las estaciones de monitoreo y el aprovechamiento de los mismos (embalses, tomas, pozos), incorporando los datos al catálogo nacional.
  • Definir y acordar una estrategia de trabajo con los distintos actores para la inclusión de la temática del agua en los diversos espacios educativos y para la construcción de una nueva cultura del agua a través de:

- 4 reuniones de trabajo/talleres con participación de instituciones vinculadas a la gestión integrada de recursos hídricos, instituciones con competencias en materia educativa y Red Nacional de Educación Ambiental.

- Documento de diagnóstico y propuesta para la incorporación y actualización de la temática del agua en los diversos espacios educativos y para la construcción de una nueva cultura del agua. Se trabajará en la propuesta para evitar el reforzamiento de los estereotipos de género.

Nota editorial: El texto completo del compromiso se encuentra en el Cuarto Plan de Acción Nacional de Gobierno Abierto de Uruguay 2018-2020, disponible aquí:

Fecha de inicio: Septiembre 2018             Fecha de término: Diciembre 2019

Contexto y objetivos

La distribución del agua potable y el saneamiento ha estado exclusivamente en manos del Estado desde que la población aprobara por referéndum una reforma de la constitución en 2004 y se reglamentara en 2009 mediante la Ley Nº18.610 sobre Política Nacional de Aguas [1]. La ley creó ámbitos de gestión y participación tendientes a la elaboración de un Plan Nacional de Aguas, del que hubo una propuesta preliminar recién en 2016 y una aprobación en 2017 por parte del Poder Ejecutivo del primer Plan Nacional de Aguas de Uruguay [2]. Esto fue luego de un proceso altamente participativo que contó con foros de discusión e instancias de retroalimentación electrónica, quienes convocaron a representantes de gobiernos, instituciones académicas, de la sociedad civil y ciudadanía. A la aprobación formal siguió una campaña de difusión y sensibilización así como de capacitación ciudadana en el uso y cuidado del agua.

Este compromiso constituye así un seguimiento directo a compromisos y acciones del tercer plan, para la implementación del aprobado Plan Nacional de Aguas. Para ello, la Dirección Nacional de Aguas (DINAGUA) propone tres líneas de trabajo. En primer lugar, plantea la construcción colectiva multiactoral de cinco planes de gestión integrada de los recursos hídricos a nivel de cuenca, fortaleciendo espacios existentes formales de participación (Consejos Regionales) y desarrollando nuevas instancias de participación ciudadana e integrando nuevos actores. Asimismo, el compromiso busca mejorar el acceso a la información producida en las estaciones de monitoreo dispuestas en los distintos recursos hídricos, con la implementación de una política de datos abiertos.

Se consultó a la persona referente de este compromiso [3] sobre la participación y eventual proceso de cocreación del mismo con organizaciones de la sociedad civil, los planes de involucramiento a usuarios y la incorporación de herramientas de e-participación, así como los planes de largo plazo en el propósito de construcción de una nueva cultura de agua.

La persona responsable del compromiso en el programa de e-participación en AGESIC indicó [4] que la cocreación de compromisos con la sociedad civil ha sido parte del contexto de la aprobación del cuarto plan, con cuatro etapas que incluyen generación de propuestas, priorización y consulta pública. Para este compromiso específico, se plantearon propuestas para avanzar en la implementación de la política de datos abiertos vinculados con los recursos hídricos del Uruguay.

AGESIC prevé la realización de un ejercicio piloto en una de las regiones (a seleccionar en conjunto con DINAGUA), para implementar una herramienta de e-participación que permita acompañar el proceso presencial. Para el análisis del impacto real de los espacios seleccionados se planea establecer convenios con universidades

Por último, el compromiso propone acordar una estrategia de trabajo para la inclusión de la temática del agua en diversos espacios educativos, con cuatro encuentros y un diagnóstico consensuado, con el objetivo de crear una nueva cultura en temas de agua en el país. Según la opinión de personas expertas, este último aspecto, una nueva cultura de agua en Uruguay, requiere esfuerzos más sostenidos, mayor trabajo en el territorio y dotarse de herramientas de largo plazo y acordes con la ambición de este objetivo. Estos expertos entienden que cuatro reuniones de trabajo pueden ser un buen comienzo para definir planes de mediano y largo plazo [5], pero es necesario especificar más sobre cómo están previstas esas reuniones, la metodología de trabajo y los resultados esperados. En esta misma dirección, y planteando preguntas similares, también se enviaron consultas a organizaciones de la sociedad civil que estuvieron involucradas en distintos momentos del proceso del plan nacional de aguas (y que integran RENEA – Red Nacional de Educación Ambiental), pero no se obtuvo respuesta a la fecha de cierre de este informe. Las organizaciones anunciaron que lo enviarían el 9 de mayo, a posteriori de la entrega de este informe [6].

Se convocó a organizaciones miembros de la red de ONG’s ambientalistas [7], participantes a su vez de comités de cuencas, en distintas etapas para la construcción del compromiso y se disponen a una participación constructiva, vigilante y responsable, para contribuir al fortalecimiento de estos espacios y contribuir a una nueva cultura de agua.

La bibliografía y documentos consultados prueban el carácter altamente participativo del proceso que culminó con la aprobación del plan nacional de aguas en 2017. Por otra parte, todos los actores consultados manifestaron su acuerdo en esta valoración. Aunque las metas de este compromiso puedan significar un paso adelante en la implementación práctica del plan de aguas, vale la pena preguntarse si la aproximación gradualista que parece guiar las propuestas en el actual compromiso, puede culminar en un avance real en la apertura del Gobierno y así representar pasos adelante en los aspectos de participación ciudadana que se propone.

Siguientes pasos

Debido a la aproximación gradualista del compromiso, es muy importante realizar una selección de carácter estratégico para los ejercicios piloto, medir el impacto, analizar y sistematizar las lecciones aprendidas para lograr una escala mayor a corto o mediano plazo. De la misma forma, si bien se plantean objetivos ambiciosos, como la creación de una nueva cultura de agua, es necesario ir más allá de lo que la redacción del compromiso establece, que aparece como demasiado genérica para asegurar un cumplimiento cabal y estratégico.

[3] Consulta enviada en dos oportunidades a Raúl Echevarría, DINAGUA, MVOTMA
[4] Entrevista / consulta respondida por Virginia Pardo, Ciudadanía Digital, AGESIC, 20 de abril de 2019
[5] Entrevista a Mariana Sayagués, Iniciativa ECCOSUR (Espacios de Coordinación de las Convenciones de Río para un crecimiento sostenible (implementada por el MVOTMA con OSC, academia y gobiernos locales, financiada por el FMAM), 20/3/2019.
[6] Consultas enviadas a las organizaciones Cultura Ambiental y CEUTA, marzo y abril de 2019.
[7] Entrevista a Graciela Salaberri, Red Uruguaya de ONG´s Ambientalistas, 1/4/2019


  1. Implementation of the National Water Plan

    UY0099, 2018, Access to Information

  2. Environmental Complaints' Management System

    UY0100, 2018, Capacity Building

  3. Monitoring and Reporting on Climate Change

    UY0101, 2018, Access to Information

  4. Observatory on Gender-Based Violence Against Women

    UY0102, 2018, Access to Information

  5. Gender-Based Violence Open Data

    UY0103, 2018, Access to Information

  6. Human Trafficking Prevention

    UY0104, 2018, Capacity Building

  7. Complaint Reception and Processing System

    UY0105, 2018, Anti-Corruption

  8. Electoral Process Data

    UY0106, 2018,

  9. National Transparency Index

    UY0107, 2018, E-Government

  10. Access to Information Law

    UY0108, 2018, Access to Information

  11. Gender Perspective to Access to Information

    UY0109, 2018, Access to Information

  12. State Web Portal

    UY0110, 2018, Access to Information

  13. Access to Judicial Processes

    UY0111, 2018, E-Government

  14. Public Hearings on Video

    UY0112, 2018, E-Government

  15. Transparency of Statistical Information of the Judicial Branch

    UY0113, 2018, Access to Information

  16. Open Municipalities

    UY0114, 2018, Access to Information

  17. Canelones' Participation System

    UY0115, 2018, Capacity Building

  18. Student Participation

    UY0116, 2018, Capacity Building

  19. Open Government Culture

    UY0117, 2018, Capacity Building

  20. National Dance Plan

    UY0118, 2018, Gender

  21. Human Rights Education Plan

    UY0119, 2018, Access to Justice

  22. Human Rights Report

    UY0120, 2018, Civic Space

  23. Sustainable Development Strategy

    UY0121, 2018, Public Participation

  24. Gender and Youth Perspective in Rural Areas

    UY0122, 2018, Gender

  25. Observatory for Equality and Non-Discrimination

    UY0123, 2018, Gender

  26. Improve Diversity in Government

    UY0124, 2018, E-Government

  27. Indicators of Welfare and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

    UY0125, 2018, Access to Information

  28. Social Programs

    UY0126, 2018, Access to Information

  29. National Plan for Persons with Disabilities

    UY0127, 2018, Access to Justice

  30. Open Cadastre

    UY0128, 2018, Access to Information

  31. Budget Transparency Portal

    UY0129, 2018, Access to Information

  32. National Energy Efficiency Plan

    UY0130, 2018, Access to Information

  33. Industry, Energy and Mining Data Publication

    UY0131, 2018, Access to Information

  34. Information on Seized Goods and Foreign Trade Operations

    UY0132, 2018, E-Government

  35. Accountability for the Commitments of the Departmental Government of Rivera

    UY0133, 2018, Access to Information

  36. Quality Indicators of the Institutes of Highly Specialized Medicine

    UY0134, 2018, E-Government

  37. Open Hospital Discharge Records

    UY0135, 2018, Access to Information

  38. Open Data from Internet of Things

    UY0136, 2018, Access to Information

  39. Cybersecurity Strategy

    UY0137, 2018, E-Government

  40. Data for Social Development

    UY0088, 2016, Access to Information

  41. Citizen Access Point

    UY0089, 2016, Capacity Building

  42. Publishing Services and Devices in the Area of ​​Domestic Violence

    UY0090, 2016, Access to Information

  43. Adoption of Standard Open Contracting

    UY0091, 2016, Access to Information

  44. Financial Information Accessible and Open

    UY0092, 2016, Access to Information

  45. Budget Transparency Portal

    UY0085, 2016, Capacity Building

  46. Access to Information and Open Data in Rivera

    UY0093, 2016, Access to Information

  47. Starred commitment Citizen Monitoring Air Quality

    UY0097, 2016, Access to Information

  48. Data and Information Montevideo

    UY0098, 2016, Access to Information

  49. Departmental Policy Open Data

    UY0094, 2016, Access to Information

  50. Starred commitment Departmental Policy Open Government

    UY0095, 2016, Access to Information

  51. System Monitoring Utility Citizen

    UY0096, 2016, Capacity Building

  52. Closeness Government: Council of Ministers Open

    UY0059, 2016, E-Government

  53. National Youth Advisory Council

    UY0060, 2016, Capacity Building

  54. Strengthening the Culture of Citizen Participation in Uruguay (Phase2)

    UY0061, 2016, Capacity Building

  55. Promote and Strengthen the Autonomy of the Consultative Council of Civil Society Set up Under Law 19.122

    UY0062, 2016, Capacity Building

  56. Observatory Institutional Information and Statistical Data on Socio-Educational Policy in the Inisa

    UY0063, 2016, Capacity Building

  57. Consultations and Dialogue on International Instruments

    UY0064, 2016, Capacity Building

  58. Follow the Recommendations of the UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women

    UY0066, 2016, Capacity Building

  59. Nominations of Experts in the Universal System of Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (UN) and Inter-American System

    UY0067, 2016, Capacity Building

  60. Dialogue for the Analysis of the Impact of Information Society on Human Rights

    UY0065, 2016, Capacity Building

  61. Access to Information in the Judiciary

    UY0068, 2016, Access to Information

  62. Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

    UY0069, 2016, Capacity Building

  63. Environmental Monitoring Points

    UY0070, 2016, Access to Information

  64. Uruguay Species List

    UY0071, 2016, Access to Information

  65. Starred commitment National Water Plan

    UY0072, 2016, Anti-Corruption

  66. Postal Dialogue

    UY0073, 2016, Capacity Building

  67. Opening Data from the National Directorate of Industry

    UY0074, 2016, Access to Information

  68. Publication of Energy Data

    UY0075, 2016, Anti-Corruption

  69. Transparency and Open Data Education

    UY0076, 2016, Access to Information

  70. Formalize Building Maintenance in Schools Full Time: a Participatory Alternative

    UY0077, 2016, Capacity Building

  71. Inclusion and Continuing Education of People with Disabilities

    UY0078, 2016, Capacity Building

  72. Publication of Statistical Information on Socio-Educational Activities for Social Inclusion of Persons Deprived of Liberty

    UY0079, 2016, Access to Information

  73. Art Education: Dissemination of Educational Proposals and Preparation of a Conceptual Framework for Improving Public Policy

    UY0080, 2016, Capacity Building

  74. Dialogue and Information on Care System

    UY0081, 2016, Access to Information

  75. Information System for Monitoring Health Goals

    UY0082, 2016, Access to Information

  76. Starred commitment Right of Access to Public Information

    UY0083, 2016, Access to Information

  77. Open Data and Statistics

    UY0086, 2016, Access to Information

  78. Who Controls What? Online Catalog of the Functions and Powers of Existing Control State Agencies

    UY0087, 2016, Access to Information

  79. Monitoring of Non-Ionizing Radiation and Publication of Information

    UY0084, 2016, Capacity Building

  80. Strengthening the Culture of Citizen Participation in Uruguay

    UY0019, 2014, Capacity Building

  81. Open Government: Everyone's Business and All

    UY0020, 2014, Capacity Building

  82. Open Government Funds

    UY0021, 2014, Public Participation

  83. E-Collaboration Citizen: Tramites.Gub.Uy

    UY0022, 2014, E-Government

  84. Affirmative Action for People of African Descent: Transparency and Accountability

    UY0023, 2014, Capacity Building

  85. Improvement Plan Instances of Citizen Participation and the Link with Citizens Through the Inter Tables Public Social Policies

    UY0024, 2014, Capacity Building

  86. Urban Development Program "Barrio De Las Artes"

    UY0025, 2014, Capacity Building

  87. Dialogue and Consultation System

    UY0026, 2014, Public Participation

  88. Promotion and Dissemination of the Right of Access to Public Information

    UY0027, 2014, Access to Information

  89. E-Access: National System Requirements for Access to Public Information

    UY0028, 2014, Access to Information

  90. Responses to Requests for Access to Public Information

    UY0029, 2014, Access to Information

  91. Accessible Wide Board

    UY0030, 2014, Capacity Building

  92. Single Point of Access to Statistical Information Available in the State

    UY0031, 2014, E-Government

  93. Open Government Data

    UY0032, 2014, Access to Information

  94. Open Data for Policy Analysis

    UY0033, 2014, Access to Information

  95. Starred commitment Cadastre Open

    UY0034, 2014, E-Government

  96. Publication of Microdata Social Programs in Open Format

    UY0035, 2014, Access to Information

  97. Dissemination of Information for the Exercise of the Rights of Users of Health

    UY0036, 2014, Access to Information

  98. Open Data Aeroportuarios

    UY0037, 2014, Infrastructure & Transport

  99. Transparency in the Lifecycle of Projects Uruguayan Law

    UY0038, 2014, Access to Information

  100. Observatory Public Procurement

    UY0039, 2014, Anti-Corruption

  101. Starred commitment Single Sign-State Suppliers

    UY0040, 2014, Anti-Corruption

  102. National Public Software

    UY0041, 2014, Capacity Building

  103. Transparency in the Management of Cultural Projects

    UY0042, 2014, E-Government

  104. Transparency in the State Project Portfolio

    UY0043, 2014, E-Government

  105. Simplification Program and Online Procedures

    UY0044, 2014, E-Government

  106. Processing ID documents (CI) Abroad

    UY0045, 2014, Citizenship & Immigration

  107. Interactive Travel Itineraries

    UY0046, 2014, E-Government

  108. Certificate Issuing Service MiPyme Online

    UY0047, 2014, E-Government

  109. Map of the Education Offered by the National Administration of Public Education

    UY0048, 2014, E-Government

  110. New Web Portal for the Ministry of Economy and Finance

    UY0049, 2014, Access to Information

  111. Spatial Data Infrastructure

    UY0050, 2014, Capacity Building

  112. Starred commitment Citizen Points

    UY0051, 2014, E-Government

  113. Integration of the National Resource Guide with Geographic Information System

    UY0052, 2014, E-Government

  114. Made for Youth

    UY0053, 2014, E-Government

  115. Daily Closing Quotes Central Bank of Uruguay

    UY0054, 2014, E-Government

  116. Mobile Government

    UY0055, 2014, E-Government

  117. Teleimagenología Service - Salud.Uy Program

    UY0056, 2014, E-Government

  118. Quality Virtual Interaction with Citizenship

    UY0057, 2014, E-Government

  119. Starred commitment Integrated Management System Municipal Claims

    UY0058, 2014, E-Government

  120. Access to Public Information

    UY0001, 2012, Capacity Building

  121. Strengthen the Culture of Transparency

    UY0002, 2012, Access to Information

  122. National Transparency Award

    UY0003, 2012, Capacity Building

  123. E-Citizen Participation

    UY0004, 2012, Public Participation

  124. Starred commitment Open Government Data

    UY0005, 2012, Access to Information

  125. Digital Literacy Plan

    UY0006, 2012, Capacity Building

  126. Purchasing Agency and Contracting

    UY0007, 2012, Anti-Corruption

  127. Government Resource Planning (GRP)

    UY0008, 2012,

  128. A System of Electronic Record

    UY0009, 2012, E-Government

  129. Uruguay Concursa

    UY0010, 2012, Labor

  130. National Public Software

    UY0011, 2012, E-Government

  131. Starred commitment Online Procedures and Services

    UY0012, 2012, E-Government

  132. E-Funds Citizens

    UY0013, 2012, Capacity Building

  133. Incorporate Electronic Pscs

    UY0014, 2012, E-Government

  134. Uruguayan State Portal

    UY0015, 2012, E-Government

  135. Processing System Common Passports at Consular Offices of the Republic

    UY0016, 2012, Citizenship & Immigration

  136. Apostille Convention

    UY0017, 2012,

  137. Starred commitment Electronic Receipt Tax

    UY0018, 2012, E-Government

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