As the defending champion from last year mgm is once again up for election for the "eGovernment Computing Readers Choice Award". The event is organized by the trade journal "eGovernment Computing" of Vogel IT-Media and will culminate in the awards ceremony at the end of September in Berlin, Germany. Voting for the readers' choice starts today, April 29, 2022, and ends in July.
Companies have an average of around 200 contacts with the authorities per year. In order to make paper forms, faxes, e-mails and letter post a thing of the past, fully digital administrative services are needed. The basis for this is to be the uniform ELSTER-based company account. The basic components of the joint project were presented to the public at the beginning of June 2021.
A second place - yet great joy at the Bavarian State Office for Taxes (BayLfSt): The "modular corporate account based on ELSTER" of the BayLfSt won silver in the category "Best project for implementing the online access act" at the eGovernment competition 2020.
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.
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.