What impact will digital technologies of the future have on public administration?
Digital technologies offer the opportunity to make the work of public authorities more efficient, to increase employee satisfaction and to counter the effects of demographic change. Citizens expect fast and customer-friendly processes and increasingly judge administrative actions by the use of digital procedures.
The successful evolution of digitization strategies requires dealing early on with the essential technological trends that will have a massive impact on our society in the coming years. What opportunities arise from the use of blockchain, the use of artificial intelligence or the development of the metaverse? Will the administration be nothing but a machine in the future? How can we prepare for the new requirements and technical challenges today?
TV presenter and journalist Cherno Jobatey is discussing this topic in the context of a club discussion with, among others:
- Prof. Dr. Wilfried Bernhardt, Former State Secretary and Departmental Commissioner of BMI
- Frank Wischerhoff, Pegasystems, Specialist for digital process automation
We warmly invite you to attend.
The event will take place on 25 October 2022, from 10.00 - 11.30 a.m., at Studio G3 (Gudrunstr. 3, 80634 Munich - near Rotkreuzplatz). Fingerfood will be offered afterwards.
The number of participants is limited. Therefore, please register in good time.
Born in Berlin, he studied politics at the FU Berlin and through as a DAAD scholarship in Los Angeles. Cherno Jobatey has been writing for Berlin and national newspapers and magazines since his student days. He came to television through a student job as an office assistant. Since the nineties he has worked as a journalist and presenter for the ZDF morning magazine. He publishes the morning news commentary blog “JobateyJournal.de” and produces and hosts the “UdLDigital Talk Show”, Germany's most wide-ranging political talk show on the Internet. Jobatey was also the publisher of HuffPost Deutschland for more than five years, for which he also worked as an author. Since 2012, he has taught at various universities and colleges, including St. Gallen and TU Munich. Cherno Jobatey lives and works in Berlin.
Prof. Dr. Wilfried Bernhardt
Prof. Dr. Wilfried Bernhardt, born in Lübeck, studied law and did his legal traineeship in Augsburg and Kempten, 1981 to 1985 research assistant at the University of Trier. Research assistant at the University of Trier, 1987 doctorate. From 1985 in the Federal Ministry of Justice, among other things as personal assistant to the then Federal Minister of Justice Hans. A. Engelhard (FDP), 1991 Head of the Cabinet and Parliamentary Department under Federal Minister of Justice Klaus Kinkel, Nov. 1991- 1996 Head of Department in the State Representation of Saxony-Anhalt, from 1996 again in the Federal Ministry of Justice, there until 2009 Sub-Department Head responsible for information technology, among other things. 2007 Co-chair of the EU Council working group on e-justice in Brussels, member of the IT Council of the Federal Government. 2009-2014 State Secretary in the Saxon State Ministry of Justice and Europe, from 2010 additionally Chief Information Officer of the Free State of Saxony and member of the IT Planning Council. Since 2017, Managing Director of a management consulting company, in addition, since 2016, lawyer (partner at Büsing, Müffelmann & Theye) and honorary professor for internet law, in particular e-government and e-justice at the University of Leipzig, member of the board of the German IT Court Day (Deutscher EDV-Gerichtstag e.V.). Deputy Chairman of the National E-Government Competence Centre e.V., President of the Digital Customs Stamp Initiative.
As Specialist for digital process automation and Sales Director, Frank Wischerhoff leads the public sector sales for Pega in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. After studying electrical engineering and computer science, he worked as a developer for four years before leading business development in Microsoft's Public Sector. Overall, Wischerhoff spent 15 years in senior positions at Microsoft.