Domingo J. Molina Moscoso is the Director of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), the ICT budget in 2013 was 1,400 million euros, with more than 100 ICT units and over 14,000 employees. As part of the Government reforms program special relevance has been given to the ICT for their transformation capacity of the SPSS, which is the reason why the ICT Directorate has been created, its main objective is to consolidate common infrastructure and services by means of a centralized control by a new entity which was created for the purpose of leading shared services and promoting the digitization of the SPSS driving the ICT units towards sector activities.
He graduated in Computer Science from the University of Málaga and Industrial Engineering from the University of Cádiz. He entered the Public Service through senior administrative body of the ICT with the specialty in Tax Administration.
Previously, he occupied various posts in the IT Department (DIT) of the Tax Agency. After joining the DIT in 1993 he held different posts from analyst, to head of services in 1996, area manager in 1998, assistant subdirector in 2002, subdirector of applications in 2007 and finally was appointed Director in 2012 as member of the Steering Committee of the Tax Agency.
Among his major functions to date include leading project large teams and coordinating multiple internal and external stakeholders (involving public administrations, financial institutions and social partners). In addition, he led the consolidation of 56 decentralized systems to a centralized data center with large volumes of information, as well as the incorporation of BPM technology in 1997 to increase efficiency in the management, processing of taxpayer assistance services as an international pioneer in the drafting of tax returns to citizens, using each year over one billion records of information received from over 2 million taxpayers to attend more than 20 million taxpayers who mostly accessed all services related to the management of income tax through the internet. It should be emphasized that several projects were received different awards (e.g., the “consolidation of payments management” were recognized for the Best Practices Award in the SPSS -EFQM methodology-, “drafting of tax returns of income tax” for the Citizenship Award).