Public Sector

E-Government, electronic administration and more

Live after 14 months: Chambers of Tax Consultants create central application portal

Communication with the Chambers of Tax Consultants has become much easier for the more than 100,000 members: Since September 19, they have been able to use 24 uniform administrative services online in a new application portal. mgm supports the chambers in implementing the OZG project.

Successful Hackathon in Kiel: OZG Cloud and Low Code/No Code

After 2022, another hackathon was held in Kiel: "SH:digital". Over the course of four days, experts from manufacturers and public administration worked together in various teams to develop initial solutions for the digitization of administrative processes using different LowCode/NoCode tools.

FAQ: Low Code in Public Administration

This FAQ answers frequently asked questions on the topic of low code in the public sector - from the significance of the solution approach and the possible uses in public administration to security and further development options for low code platforms.

The Cloud: Emergence, Models and Current Projects in Germany and Europe

It is hard to imagine today's digital world without cloud solutions. Many companies in different industries are also outsourcing their IT infrastructure to the cloud. The advantages are obvious: cost reduction, scalability of IT services and significant savings in maintenance and servicing. What is currently still missing is a cloud solution that follows European standards - thus providing a counterpart to the American cloud providers.

Accessibility Statement: DATABUND Publishes New Handout

In the German public sector, accessibility for websites and applications has been a legal requirement since 2018. However, it is not always entirely clear what the requirements mean in practice. The Accessibility Working Group of DATABUND e.V., in which mgm is also involved, has now published a handout on the accessibility statement.

MODUL-F goes live: Innovative administrative process project accelerates the digital transformation

At the beginning of July, an important milestone for the internal digitalization of public administration was reached: The first version of the MODUL-F platform is now available on govdigital's EfA marketplace and can be used by federal, state and local authorities. The technical basis is mgm's A12 enterprise low-code platform.

OZG-Cloud – Federal multi-cloud solution with centralized support

The OZG cloud is becoming a crucial element of administrative digitization in Germany. Schleswig-Holstein and Bavaria are already working together to make applications available to municipalities in this way, to expand them, and to always keep them up to date - a model for other German states.

Competence bundling – where does it make sense in the digitization of administration?

When it comes to digitizing administration, the bundling of competencies can provide decisive impetus for innovation and optimization. However, it is important not to create isolated structures in the process. The practical and lasting impact on the ground should be considered at the same time.

IT infrastructure projects in the OZG context: synergy effects, the EfA principle and the...

IT infrastructure projects are notoriously complex and pose major challenges, especially for federal administrations and municipalities. To meet these challenges efficiently in the OZG context, IT infrastructures can be developed and provided according to the principle of "one for all" (EfA). In projects such as the OZG Cloud, the Funding Finder or MODUL-F, we have gained diverse experience with projects of this kind.

Data mapping – an underestimated hurdle of register modernization?

Discussions surrounding the modernization of registers in Germany focus primarily on the data-protection-compliant merging of register data from different areas. And quite rightly so. At the same time, however, this ignores other challenges that only arise in practice after data exchange - for example, the mapping of source data to the correct target fields.