Who do we work for?
ICTU’s professional field is the digital government
For 15 years now we have been operating from the belief that ICT helps the government in finding solutions for social problems. We do this through projects, using craftsmanship and with passion for the public interest and not for profit. In doing so we work for all government departments: government, provinces, municipalities, water boards and autonomous administrative authorities.
By and for the government
ICTU operates in complete faith, on and for the public good. We turn government policies into concrete projects, services and products. We are adept at connecting cross-sectoral issues and where results are achieved, when several governments collaborate and make changes together using ICT.
All governments can implement projects through ICTU. Commissioning a project to ICTU applies internal procurement. We are a flexible organisation and are well placed to quickly deliver the right combination of in and external expertise.
Versatile, proven expertise
You can utilise us in various ways:
Our recommendations link into applicable frameworks within the government. Like NORA, (the Dutch Government Reference Architecture), MARIJ (Model Architecture State Service), privacy legislation and the appropriate use of available government services.
ICTU helps governments with practical, administrable advice when designing projects or managing external parties. Our consultants have legal and organisational knowledge, and they are aware of associated information systems and technical/ICT-aspects.
In terms of software realisation, ICTU is adept in developing registers and data standards and in developing solutions for the exchange of information between organisations and applications for digital interaction with end users. In doing so we apply methods and techniques in order to guarantee the quality and cohesion of ICT within the government.
ICTU operates on the basis of independent quality criteria. SIG/TÜvit controls the quality of our software products. They assess the tested products with 4 to 5 stars being the highest achievable score.
To ensure the adequate exchange of data, the government must agree on the design of our information management and the use of government-wide standards. As the NORA (the Dutch Government Reference Architecture) administrator, we can help you by establishing or assessing a Project Start Architecture.
ICTU is experienced in managing complex programs and projects and the implementation of working solutions across organisational boundaries.
We understand, like no other the tension between policy ambitions and practical implementation. By bringing the various parties together we succeed in achieving clear objectives and focusing on the user. As such, not only does ICTU drive at achieving established programs or project objectives but also the intended benefits.
We achieve optimal results in this way.