GEVER business management system

In the Federal Administration, GEVER is an acronym for electronic business management.

The purpose of GEVER is to electronically manage the business-relevant information that is generated by the administrative units as part of their statutory mandate.

GEVER supports the administrative units in file management, process management and business control in accordance with the GEVER organisation manual. It facilitates the administration's business activities and supports the complete lifecycle of business cases, from the time they are created through to their use, storage, classification, archiving or destruction.

GEVER also forms the basis for continuous and automated inter-organisational and cross-system business processes.

Central management and service provision of GEVER

GEVER has been run as a standard service since 1 April 2020. GEVER will be introduced in a standardised manner in all administrative units of the central Federal Administration by 2021.

The technical management of GEVER was newly regulated in the GEVER Ordinance of 1 April 2020. The service is provided by ISCeco in the Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research (EAER).

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