The projects

PagoPA S.p.A. is directly involved in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRP), i.e., the investment program that Italy submitted to the European Commission as part of the Next Generation EU, the tool for responding to the Covid-19 pandemic crisis.

The Company is the executing party, also together with other entities, of three projects that fall under the responsibility of the Department of Digital Transformation (DTD), as part of the Digital Italy 2026 strategy. In particular, the projects in which PagoPA S.p.A. is involved fit into the M1.C1 - Digitization, Innovation and Security in the PA component of the Plan.

The Company will be responsible for the development of technological solutions and new functionalities aimed at improving the provision of digital public services for citizens and businesses, fostering the incremental deployment of the digital infrastructures already managed by the Company and ensuring the implementation of new public platforms assigned to it by law. Specifically, PagoPA S.p.A. will work on the following projects:

  • PagoPA e-payments platform and IO public service app - The project is aimed at the incremental and widespread deployment of the PagoPA platform and IO App, through the development of central client software components, libraries, SDKs and cloud platforms (for serverless solutions) available to the public entities. The project also includes the implementation of new features for the Centro Stella - Electronic payment star point.
  • SEND - also known as Digital Notification Platform - The project aims to build and release the platform which will provide PAs with a standard tool for notifying acts with legal value to citizens, businesses and institutions. The Platform aims to simplify and make certain the notification of administrative acts with legal value to citizens and businesses, saving time and costs.
  • National Digital Data Platform for interoperability -The project is aimed at the implementation and release of the National Digital Platform, which will enable the interoperability of information systems and databases of public entities and utilities, making the “once-only” principle operational. The Platform will provide PAs with a centralized catalog of APIs (application programming interfaces) and an authentication mechanism for mutual data exchange between administrations.