The adequacy of competencies held by bureaucratic structure of public bodies has long been an issue on which the debate – not only the legal one – focused on, being a variable which directly affects administrative capacity. The tendency is to emphasize, despite the variety of positions, the prevalence of the legal-administrative culture in the training and professional composition of public personnel, affects not always in a positive way the capability of public bodies to address the challenges raised by the transformation of PA in the perspective of technological and digital innovation. The essay tries to point out how the Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan, and specifically the urgency – underlying it – to achieve, among others, the development and the acquisition of (new)competencies (of a digital nature) for public employees, leads to achieve goals concerned by a long-term debate on the role played by people in determining the face of the Public Administration, the effectiveness of public policies, and therefore in promoting a real digitalization and modernization of PA
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