Concept of an information infrastructure for administrative procedures
The project federal information management (FIM) designs a business- and organization-focused concept of an information infrastructure that would allow for harmonization of information in procedures (service descriptions, forms and processes) in German public administration.
The project was triggered by the German IT-Planungsrat (IT planning council) within the Nationale E-Government Strategie (national e-government strategy in english) aiming at countermeasures for challenges of the modern information society such as access to and usage of digitalized information. FIM is focused on harmonization of information provided by and used by government services, which has be implemented in consideration of barriers of acceptance and usage specific to each group of stakeholders involved.
The project would deliver a concept that will be evaluated based on a set of examples of existing administrative procedures. Moreover, the project would deliver a roadmap of how to implement the concept in practice.
2013 - 2015