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Digital transformation of public administration - opportunities for citizens, companies, administration and politics through modern information technology (IN2107, IN4972) 
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Summer semester 2021
Informatics 17 - Chair of Information Systems and Business Process Management (Prof. Rinderle-Ma)
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The public sector is in the midst of a digital transformation, which it has in common with most other industries. However, there are differences in drivers, approach, methods, and speed of transformation.

The digital transformation in public administration is associated with a stronger orientation towards the outside, towards "administrative customers" such as citizens and companies and also cooperation partners (service providers, other authorities, etc.).

This presents the administration with the challenge of applying new methods (agile, design thinking, user centric design, ...) and cooperating more closely than before with service providers and partners across organizational boundaries (portal network, digitization program, ...).

The seminar deals with questions such as:

- Drivers and strategies of digital transformation of the administration (SDG-VO, OZG, digital agenda)
- Methods of digital transformation in public administration (federal aspects of requirements, architecture and project management)
- Transformation of IT landscapes and IT management in public administration

The preliminary meeting will take place on 02.02.2021, 02:00 pm, https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/5855176766. Please find the slides attached.

For your application please send your current grades to lukas.dassler@tum.de until 10.02.2021.

Additionally, you have to register for the course in the matching system of the faculty for informatics (Please consider the information at https://matching.in.tum.de). Subsequently, the matching system allocates the seminar slots.
Basic knowledge of information management is helpful, but not absolutely necessary.
At the end of the seminar, participants will be able to describe key aspects of digital transformation in public administration and distinguish them from other industries. In addition, they have expanded their presentation skills, written a scientific paper and collaboratively produced a summary of the course.
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