DOMEA concept

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DOMEA ("Document Management and Electronic Archiving in IT-Supported Business Operations") was a concept for document management and electronic archiving in public administration with the main aim of introducing electronic files . Since the same laws, rules of procedure, guidelines and regulations apply to electronic files as to paper files, official business processes, transaction processing and archiving must be completely converted into compliant IT processes. DOMEA provided guidelines for this, most recently in version 2.1 from November 2005.

Despite its widespread use and the possibility of certification , DOMEA was not a standardized standard . The Federal Government Commissioner for Information Technology (formerly the coordination and advice center of the Federal Government for Information Technology in the Federal Administration, KBSt) certified products that followed the DOMEA concept.

The successor to the DOMEA concept was published in 2012 under the name Organizational Concept Electronic Administrative Work (OKeVA).

See also

Individual evidence

  1. Organizational concept for electronic administrative work (OKeVA) on the website Verwaltung innovativ of the federal government

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