Defined SITNA as a set of organisational, human, technological
and financial resources, it is essential to guarantee the organisation and
working system of these resources.
The principles that govern the organisation of the SITNA seem to be
contradictory: increasing the autonomy of producers and users whilst making
sure that they are properly coordinated and integrated.
One of SITNA's most powerful assets is its horizontal management
and its clear vocation to continue to operate in this way. It has different
bodies for doing so, each one with its respective responsibilities.
As a summary, these are the main bodies involved:
- The Coordination Commission which incorporates all
the Foral Community Administration Departments, a representation of
Local Authorities, the National Geographic Institute and TRACASA.
It constitutes SITNA's highest body
meeting orders from the Government of Navarra Agreements and Strategic Plans.
- The Permanent Board programmes, completes and
reviews SITNA's development and more specifically the annual Action
- The Technical Committee, delegation from the
Permanent Board, is responsible for monitoring the technical aspects of
developing SITNA. They also have to propose the Work Programmes and
relevant projects to the Permanent Board.
- The Work Groups: Different Work Groups have been
set up that have demonstrated their efficiency when tackling specific
- The Monitoring Commissions derived from joint
agreements that have been signed.
You can find more information on the organisational and functional model in
How is organized area of the SITNA Knowledge and Participation Portal.