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Digital public administration

The Challenge

The public sector is facing numerous challenges across its various institutions including demographic changes and generational shifts, a substantial need for skilled workers, increasing urbanization, citizen participation, and the effects of climate change. On the other hand, there is the enormous potential of digital transformation, which needs to be realized. Therefore, the greatest complexity lies in the targeted and ethical use of technologies such as generative AI and in the correct integration and positioning of the human factor through fitting processes, methods, and tools as well as adequate organizational implementation.

Our Approach

Our approach is to develop solutions which put the human factor in its center. As digital natives by profession, we do not use technologies for their own sake; instead, we design and instrumentalize them as enablers to achieve the actual purpose of the public sector. Through the combination of technology affinity and a start-up spirit, paired with the foresight of strategy and management consulting as well as our experience as (former) active contributors in public bodies themselves and as consultants to public institutions, we strive to realize these potentials together with our clients.

Our Service Portfolio (Excerpt)

  • Strategy and scenario development
  • Technology decision memos
  • Innovation and digital offices as well as staff organizations
  • Data ecosystems
  • Public private cooperations and partnerships
  • Participation and co-creation
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Christopher Waidelich

„In the digital transformation era, the vision of digital administration must not remain a vision but needs to be translated into reality with a focus on users and in harmony with citizens. This requires a visionary mindset as well as technological implementation expertise and knowledge of the challenges the (urban) society faces.”

Christopher Waidelich