The DTI Sector maintains an overview of the digital transformation attainment and the ICT performance in the Federal Administration.
Digital Switzerland is the federal government’s overarching strategy on digital policy.
Development and implementation of the federal digitalisation strategy.
The enterprise architecture assembles the ICT components, including all of their characteristics and relationships, into a functioning whole.
The HERMES project management method is used in the Federal Administration to process projects in a uniform manner.
Interdepartmental information and communication technology (ICT) projects and programmes.
ICT services required by the different units of the Federal Administration with the same or similar level of functionality and quality.
All of the Federal Administration's ICT directives that apply for the entire central Federal Administration.
The DTI manages the centrally budgeted ICT funds at federal level.
IT in the Federal Administration is subject to two types of controlling: Strategic Controlling and Operational Controlling.
eProcurement should ensure that procurement procedures are conducted efficiently and cost-effectively.
eServices are services provided by service providers in electronic form so that others can access them from their own ICT applications.
Digital Transformation and ICT Steering
The Digital Transformation and ICT Steering Sector DTI took up its work at the Federal Chancellery on 1 January 2021. The DTI assumes the tasks of
- the former Federal IT Steering Unit,
- the Digital Switzerland unit at the Federal Office of Communications, and
- the GEVER Bund unit at the Federal Chancellery.
Information about the DTI’s tasks and aims, as well as the instruments at its disposal: