The “Digital Administration Switzerland” is intended to give e-government a boost. How the new organisation and the eCH association could more actively steer and implement standardisation was explored at an evening event in Bern. People who change their place of residence, want to build or pay taxes are increasingly contacting the administration online. Such matters […]
About Eveline Rutz
Eveline Rutz is a freelance journalist. She writes primarily about political, social and scientific topics. She wrote the article on behalf of the eCH association, which develops standards in the field of e-government - for efficient digital collaboration between public authorities, companies and private individuals.
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For blind people, the internet is often difficult to access. They are dependent on barrier-free websites or on appropriate software. Daniele Corciulo tells us in an interview what obstacles they still encounter in the online world. The 35-year-old accessibility consultant has been blind since birth and pleads for stricter laws and better training. Mr Corciulo, […]
Digitisation could help people with a disability gain more autonomy. However, many e-services are not yet barrier-free. In order to change this, incentives, sensitisation, standards and improvements in training are needed, was the consensus at the national online conference on e-accessibility. For many people, shopping, banking and dealing with authorities via the internet is part […]