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eGovernment Architecture Switzerland

How must the eGovernment architecture be structured in order to serve clients as interoperable and beneficial solutions? In public administration, information and services are often interconnected across several offices and departments and the various federal structures (Confederation, cantons, communes). This requires interoperable eGovernment services, a high degree of coordination and a standardised eGovernment architecture in order to achieve the greatest possible benefit for clients and administrations.

Guide to eGovernment Architecture Switzerland

The guide describes eGovernment architecture management in terms of the design and operation of eGovernment architecture. The features, activities and success factors defined in it are intended to provide a swift introduction to the administration.

Modularly structured solutions are part of the vision of a "building block eGovernment": a small number of standardised components, standardised interfaces, shared data usage, a joint technical platform and services which can be assembled in any number of ways.

Guide to eGovernment Architecture Switzerland (in German or French)
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Overall architecture and implementation plan for the 2020–2023 eGovernment Strategy Switzerland

On the basis of the 2020–2023 eGovernment Strategy and within the framework of the implementation objective "Develop and manage eGovernment architecture for the strategic implementation plan", an overall architecture and an implementation plan for the current and future eGovernment Strategy will be developed.
 
As a first step towards productive validation of the architecture, a prototype of an interoperable eService, including the associated interfaces, will be developed.
 
Based on the architecture results of the prototype, as well as the knowledge acquired, standards are to be defined. The eCH specialist group SEAC will be involved in this process (www.ech.ch/de/node/36639).

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Developing and managing eGovernment architecture for the strategic implementation plan