ti&m Blog

05. April 2022
The private cloud for public institutions

ti&m swiss eGov cloud // For public-sector digitalization and cloud projects, it is not only critical to choose a cloud-service provider that meets strict privacy requirements and high security standards. There is also a need for cloud integrators that implement projects end to end and in close collaboration with their clients.


31. March 2022
Wanted: People who get things done

Yes we can // Many of us blinked in astonishment when we received our Covid certificate on time and unprompted via SMS this summer. The Federal Office of Public Health had promised exactly that, but few believed it would actually happen. Where did this competence suddenly appear from, this self-assurance and, in particular, this speed? And now that the federal administration has demon­strated such an ability, the question remains: why can’t it always be this way?


24. March 2022
Digitalizing the public sector: challenges and lessons learned

Digital transformation // Over the last few years, there has been a widening discrepancy between the public and the private sector in their use of digital technologies. While businesses have long given high priority to digitalization and make ongoing investments to carry it through, many governments and other public organizations are only now venturing to take their first steps. So how do public administrations catch up with private ones?


16. March 2022
Agile procurement and procurement of agile projects

Public procurement law // What makes projects successful is the people and their ability to develop and deliver a product. That’s why people – not the product – should be at the heart of the procurement process. A plea for greater cooperation and less specification in the contract-awarding process.


10. March 2022
The digital state in Singapore

Singpass // The avowed aim of the Singapore Personal Access system, Singpass for short, is to provide all inhabitants with a digital ID, thereby enabling access to digital government services. We took a closer look at the physical ID card’s digital sibling.