CNIS 2022

BLOOCK attended the XII edition of the CNSI conference that occurred on December 13th to 15th .

BLOOCK attended the XII edition of the CNSI conference that occurred on the 13-15th .12.22.

The CNIS is the main national meeting on electronic administration since it brings together representatives of all levels of Public Administration. The main companies in the sector and a wide range of experts related to the subject.

Once again, and especially in its XII edition, it will be an exclusive framework for exchanging experiences and solutions to “create public value and administrations adapted to a more sustainable 20/30 future”.

With expert speakers such as:

Natalia Aristimuno Perez

Director of digital services at the European Commission

With more than 20 years of experience in the Commission, since 2021 Natalia Aristimuño has held the position of director of Digital Services in the General Directorate of Informatics, where her objective is to propose solutions to make the life of users and public administrations more efficient thanks to the use of technology, both in European administrations and in the European Commission itself.

Fernando Herrero Acebes

Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of the Madrid City Council.

He developed his professional career in various Internet companies until, in 2001, he joined the State Corps of Engineers. At the Ministry of Industry, he oversaw the Digital Cities program. Since 2019 he is the General Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of the Madrid City Council. Outside the City Council work, Fernando is also a member of the Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation of Camilo José Cela University.

Fernando de Pablo Martin

General Director of the Digital Office of the Madrid City Council.

He worked for a decade in the private sector before joining the Public Administration, in the sectors of telecommunications and urban traffic control systems, and environmental pollution. Between 2018 and 2020 he was Secretary General of Digital Administration of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, responsible for the Digital Transformation initiatives of the General State Administration and the common infrastructures that supported the administration during the time of confinement caused by COVID-19. Currently, he is the General Director of the Madrid Digital Office in charge of promoting the digital transformation process in the city, digital administration, and data strategy.

Michael Donaldson Coal

Digital Innovation Commissioner of Barcelona City Council

He has worked as director of strategic planning and central services in the municipalities of Rubi and Gavà. He is an expert on open government and transparency issues and has published several articles and chapters on public management.

BLOOCK also took part in CNIS stage!

bloock at cnis 2022

In the afternoon, our blockchain expert Edgar Jordà joined the panel with Marga Martinez Aguilo and, Margalida Martínez Bertran explaining the use of the no-code platform gladtolink in the creation of rapid process digitization solutions. We are talking about no-code, blockchain and electronic signature technologies. How they can help Public Administrations

You can access the talk here

 

BLOOCK had the pleasure of attending this education event and listening to and interacting with everyone. Most importantly, we had a great opportunity to be engaged in and explore a new sector to work with blockchain security!

See you all at CNIS next year!

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