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eGovernment Switzerland 2008 – 2015

eGovernment Strategy Switzerland 2007

On 24 January 2007, the Federal Council adopted a national eGovernment strategy. It was developed in close cooperation with representatives of the cantons and the municipalities, under the direction of the FSUIT. The strategy constitutes the basis for the Confederation, the cantons, and the municipalities to orient their efforts toward common goals.

Switzerland's eGovernment strategy (2007 – 2015)
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Framework agreement under public law 2008 – 2011 and 2012 – 2015

The «Framework agreement under public law on e-government cooperation in Switzerland» governs the organisation and approach of the Confederation, the cantons and the communes when implementing the eGovernment Strategy Switzerland.

The Framework agreement under public law is available in German, French and Italian.

Catalogue of Prioritised Projects

The Catalogue of Prioritised Projects is an important implementation instrument for the eGovernment Strategy Switzerland. This catalogue contains the measures that must be implemented in a coordinated manner within the framework of the eGovernment trategy Switzerland.

Catalogue of Prioritised Projects 2015
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Action plan (2012 – 2015)

The Action plan is responsible to boost the implementation of the strategy, to stronger the steering and it is the common financing basis of some prioritized projects. It aims at encouraging targeted projects and a series of measures to strengthen collaboration and coordination at federal level.

Implementation status

In November 2015, there were 59 prioritised projects in the catalogue. 27 of these have been implemented.

Documentation

Upon conclusion of the eGovernment Switzerland 2008 – 2015 programme, the Programme Office worked on a publication in collaboration with the project leader organisations. This publication provides an overview of the milestones achieved. For the final publication, users were asked what advantage they gained from electronic government services.

The publication is available in German and French.

User perspectives (in German)