Decentralized measures

Decentralized measures are the responsibility of the Berlin administration (Senate administrations, districts, subordinate authorities). They can fall into different areas of expertise and build on existing projects. Their implementation advances the fields of action and the Values Compass of the GD:B strategy. Decentralized measures are piloted in local projects, such as in districts or at schools. Successfully evaluated projects are rolled out in other areas, such as in other districts. In this way, centralization and decentralization can interact and it is possible to make use of the principle of one-for-all.

All decentralized measures commit to a uniform procedure model (see Chapter Governance) that ensures transparency, openness and mutual learning. Implementation is supported by the Gemeinsam Digital Unit in the Senate Chancellery and a Support Team (see Chapter Implementation). Implementation partners in the administration are networked with each other. They are provided with training, methods and procedures for implementation.

Strategy Chapters

  • Why Gemeinsam Digital: Berlin?

  • Values Compass: How do we shape Berlin as a digital city?

  • Fields of Action: What does the city need?

  • Measures: How can we realise Berlin as a digital city?

  • Governance: How do we work together?

  • Implementation: What tools do we need?

  • Impact measurement: How do we stay on track?

  • Overview of strategy