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Am 1.1. 2012 ist die revidierte Bundesinformatikverordnung (BinfV) in Kraft getreten. Die BinfV regelt Aufgaben und Zuständigkeiten bei der Steuerung und Führung des Einsatzes von Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik (IKT) in der Bundesverwaltung.
General Secretaries Conference GSC
The General Secretaries Conference shall evaluate ICT business at federal level from an operational business perspective (ICT interests of the business processes). It shall in particular contribute to the preparation of Federal Council business relevant to business policy involving ICT.
Federal Department of Finance FDF
The FDF shall develop the Federal ICT Strategy. It shall, within the scope of its tasks, issue administrative ordinances.
Federal IT Steering Unit FITSU
The former Federal Strategy Unit for IT (FSUIT) has taken on new tasks since the start of 2012, and has also been renamed the Federal IT Steering Unit (FITSU).
It implement Federal ICT Strategy. It shall prepare the ICT business of the Federal Council and shall execute the Federal Council mandates.
Consultative bodies / Bodies for the FITSU
Steering Committee for Support Processes
The departments and the Federal Chancellery shall, within the framework of the applicable specifications, govern the steering and management of ICT in their respective domains. They are responsible for compliance with the ICT specifications and the decisions of the Federal Council, the FDF, the FITSU and the departments or the Federal Chancellery within their scope of responsibility.
Departments / Administrative units
The IT audit is carried out in accordance with the principles of financial supervision in the Confederation. It is the responsibility of the Swiss Federal Audit Office (SFAO).
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