Public Sector

Public Sector

E-Government, electronic administration and more

Why OZG should be interested in model-based software development

For some months now, various calls for an open source offensive have been heard in connection with the digital sovereignty of Germany and the OZG. Our colleague Janos Standt has written down some thoughts and information on this in a LinkedIn article.

New webapp supports Bavarian municipalities in handling e-invoices

Since mid-July 2020, many employees of public institutions in Bavaria have had an important help: With the "E-Rechnung in Bayern" service, they can now validate and visualize electronic bills from suppliers and service providers in a highly secure Internet service. The Webapp thus complies with the European Union Directive 2014/55/EU.

“Hello, is that the council?” – Short study sees great potential for voice-controlled e-government...

Voice-controlled interaction offers great potential for providing barrier-free and low-threshold access to e-government services. The short study on voice-control for e-government services in Germany, funded by the National E-Government Competence Centre (NEGZ), looks at which steps need to be considered for the implementation.

Leadership and beliefs – Interview and Podcast with Eva-Lotte Gnüg & Matthias Uebel

Belief systems in an organisational context are part of every corporate culture. These have a considerable influence on the implementation of changes in the...

Low Code Development – Recommendations for planning and implementation

Low Code Development - a crisp RESEARCH study in cooperation with mgm Everyone (in IT) is talking about low code. The present study by Crisp...

How the government can retain its sovereignty even in times of digitalisation

This year's Smart Country Convention took place in Berlin from October 22nd to 24th, during which numerous visitors were able to exchange information on possibilities for digitising administration and public services.

Mobility should simply happen: the future of public transport at Hamburger Hochbahn

Interview with Dr. Britta Oehlrich, Head of Business Area Development, Hamburger Hochbahn AG Dr. Britta Oehlrich is head of the Business Area Development staff unit...

Switching to the electronic file: from paper to a digital ship register in only...

Interview with Florian Strunk, head of IT at Hamburg Court 4866 seagoing vessels, 2177 inland waterway vessels, 42 ships under construction, 420 new registrations per...

From Agile to Waterfall

It is hard to imagine software development without the agile project approach. Since the signing of the "Agile Manifesto" some two decades ago, numerous companies have gained experience with agile working method.

Dataport and mgm support the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg in the digitisation...

With 6,985 seagoing and inland waterway vessels registered, the Hamburg Amtsgericht is responsible for the largest register of ships in Germany. However, anyone wishing...