On April 5, the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency has given a training session for ATIAL staff and ICT public employees who implement the different work tools in the Local Administration.
The conference was entitled “#ATIALVirtual. Deployment of an internal reporting channel in 60 minutes”, within its monthly ATIALVirtualTIC programming, with the aim of responding to one of the obligations derived from Law 2/2023 for all public administrations, such as the implementation of internal information for the communication of infractions of the legal system before the term of implementation of June 13, 2023.
In the training activity, the technical aspects of the Agency’s Complaints Mailbox were exposed as an external channel of the independent Informant Protection Authority (art. 16 Law 2/2023) and the deployment and configuration to be used as an internal channel of a city council (Articles 5 and 7 Law 2/2023).
The Agency uses a free software platform, Globaleaks, for the management of the external reporting channel since 2018, which it offers to the different administrations, presenting the free software to implement the internal information systems for the management of reports, with all the security guarantees. and confidentiality established by Law 2/2023. And from the experience of five years of working with this software, the requirements, how to implement, configure and manage it were revealed, all with a live demonstration of a practical case.
On this occasion, the training was given by personnel from the Agency’s ICT service: Javier Alamá and Maribel Valero, head of the ICT Service and head of the IT Coordination unit, respectively.
73 people participated in the online activity, ATIAL partners and public personnel at the service of the local administration of the Valencian Community.
The attendees have shown interest in the technical part of the system, raising some specific cases and have expressed concern regarding the management procedure of the system that each administration must approve, as well as whether the Provincial Councils were going to provide service to some local entities.
The Agency thanks ATIAL for organizing this training day, as well as for the interest shown in facilitating the implementation of zero-cost reporting channels in local administrations, thus helping to create a culture of public integrity and rejection of fraud and corruption. In this case, with the implementation of the necessary tools to receive information on possible infringements, and thus meet one of the obligations derived from Law 2/2023.
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