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Implementation plan 2021–2023

The implementation plan is the implementation tool for the eGovernment Strategy Switzerland, in which the implementation objectives are assigned to the corresponding strategic objective. All implementation objectives include at least one defined measure.

Together with eGovernment specialists from all levels of government, an implementation plan and 21 associated objectives and measures was drawn up as a tool for implementing the strategy. The steering committee approved this plan at its meeting on 29 October 2020.

The following is an overview of the implementation objectives, each assigned to the strategic objectives. For ease of comprehension, the implementation objectives within a strategic objective are divided into topics.

Strategic objective Topic Implementation objective
Expand the digital interaction and participation offering   eService • Expand EasyGov.swiss
• Extend eMovingCH to the whole of Switzerland
• Reorient eVoting and ensure stable trial operation
• Establish signature validator throughout Switzerland
Participation • Promoting eParticipation projects at communal and cantonal levels
Access • Establish cross-authority eInformation and operation of the new ch.ch website
• Improve user-friendliness of eGovernment services
Provide national basic services for electronic interaction with the authorities IAM • Implement eID
Data • Establish a cross-authority master data management system
• Establish a national address service
• Make anonymous and non-confidential data from the Confederation, cantons and communes freely accessible
Standards • Promote standardisation
Set binding, nationally applicable regulations for the digital transformation Architecture • Develop and manage eGovernment architecture for the strategic implementation plan
Organisation

• Support innovative projects
• Promote the administration's data platforms
• Support public projects in the areas of information technology and eGovernment
• Creation of the organisation "Digital public services Switzerland"

Legal • Offer advice and coordination in legal matters
Promote knowledge on digitalising administration and build trust Trust

Develop a feasibility study on the traceability of the use of personal data
• Strengthen the public and businesses' trust in eGovernment services

Knowledge • Promote knowledge of the potential benefits of digital processes in public administration