eGovernment Switzerland also documents eGovernment developments outside of the strategic plan. Organisations that promote or propagate a project or area can request subject leadership from the programme office.
Subject leaders assume a key role in coordinating the implementation and propagation of an eGovernment service. Their efforts in the subject area have a national focus. They serve as points of contact and sources of knowledge.
The subject leader forum aims to facilitate dialogue between the various eGovernment stakeholders and provide an overview of eGovernment development in Switzerland. The following subject areas have already been established (listed in alphabetical order):
The Federal Social Insurance Office works closely with the eAHV/IV association to promote the digitalisation of first pillar business processes. As the representative of the interests of over 100 implementation agencies for AHV/IV (old age, survivors' and disability insurance), the eAHV/IV association pursues the objective of modernising the AHV and IV insurances, which means considerable administrative simplification for SMEs. This should be achieved both by developing interfaces and standards for the exchange of information with third parties and among implementation agencies, and through the coordination of various projects for AHV and IV.
Federal Social Insurance Office / eAHV/IV association
The activities in this area should further develop the automatic exchange of information between registers affected by the Register Harmonisation Act (RHA, SR 431.02), the Federal Act on the Business Identification Number (BINA, SR 431.03) and the Ordinance on the National Register of Buildings and Dwellings (SR 431.841), taking into consideration existing eCH standards.
Federal Statistical Office
Bertrand Loison, bertrand.loison(a)bfs.admin.ch
In the area of financial data (e.g. salaries), the Swissdec association standardises the exchange of data between companies and authorities or insurance companies. The association's main tasks are auditing and certifying (payroll) accounts and supervising and ensuring the electronic transfer of data.
Ernst Stalder, ernst.stalder(a)suva.ch
The Federal Finance Administration promotes the dissemination and use of electronic billing in Switzerland. To this end, it runs an information platform and is in contact with users and service providers to improve the framework conditions of use.
Federal Finance Administration
Simon Zbinden, simon.zbinden(a)efv.admin.ch
For coordination in the area of geoinformation of the Confederation, a coordinating body was set up in accordance with Article 55 of the Government and Administration Organisation Act of 21 March 1997. It is affiliated administratively to swisstopo and has its own office.
Federal Office of Topography (swisstopo)
Alain Buogo, Leiter Koordination, Geoinformation und Services KOGIS, alain.buogo(a)swisstopo.ch
The Swiss Federal Archives runs the open government data portal opendata.swiss and coordinates the implementation of the OGD Strategy for Switzerland 2014-2018. The use of linked data technology for the publication of OGD should facilitate its continued use. The Swiss Federal Archives draws on SECO's experience in the LINDAS project.
Swiss Federal Archives
Simon Meyer, opendata(a)bar.admin.ch
The eGov Switzerland association runs the process exchange platform ech-bpm.ch. This enables communes and cantons to exchange processes and thus optimise existing processes.
eGov Switzerland Association
Christoph Beer, christoph.beer(a)mundiconsulting.com, 031 326 76 76