ICT work program
The ICT work program covers six key focus areas aimed at promoting and coordinating the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in public services. The work programme ensures that the established working groups and activities of the Swiss Conference on Informatics (SIK/CSI) will continue under Digital Public Services Switzerland.
2022 ICT work program
Approved by the SIK/CSI Assembly of Delegates on 19 November 2021.
Purpose and working methods
The 2022 ICT work program defines six key focus areas. The work program is implemented in permanent working groups and temporary project groups. In addition, the exchange of specialist knowledge takes place in experience groups, workshops, conferences and specialist events. The results of the activities are presented to the public sector in the form of services and templates, etc.
The objectives and activities of the six focus areas are listed below.
Objective: Coordinate and optimise the infrastructure and services for communication and information processing.
The following activities are underway for the Infrastructure focus area:
Identity and Security
Objective: High-level secure collaboration in and with digital public services.
The following activities are underway for the Identity and Security focus area:
Objective: Manage object and subject data in an interoperable, transparent and legally compliant manner across all levels of government.
The following activities are underway for the Data Management focus area:
Objective: Implement cloud services in public services in a user-friendly, economical and legally compliant manner.
The following activities are underway for the Cloud Governance focus area:
Network and Knowledge Group
Objective: Bring together the right people at the right time on relevant topics.
The following activities are underway for the Network and Knowledge Management focus area:
Objective: Achieve favourable contract terms and purchasing conditions for public services.
The following activities are underway for the Procurement focus area: