The Ministry of Justice and Security is responsible for maintaining the rule of law in the Netherlands, so that people can live together in freedom, regardless of their life-style or views. The Ministry is working towards a safer, more just society by giving people legal protection and, where necessary, intervening in their lives.
Solvinity has been awarded the contract for the ICT activities of the municipalities of Alphen aan den Rijn and Kaag en Braassem. Both municipalities have been collaborating on computerization and automation since January 2018 in the business management organization Rijn en Braassem.
Agentschap SZW is a result-oriented, young organisation with around 150 members of staff. The organisation is part of the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment. As a revenue and expenditures service, the organisation provides independent accounting.
The government continuously aims to improve the services it offers citizens and the business community. The use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an integral part of this endeavour. ICTU provides valuable support to Dutch government organisations by developing concrete ICT solutions and both encourages and assists government organisations in implementing them.
The Netherlands Gaming Authority is an independent regulator that protects consumers from the negative effects of gambling, such as the risk of gambling addiction. She is the strict watchdog that tackles strictly illegal practices.
The Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK) is one of the eleven ministries of Dutch central government. The ministers and civil servants formulate policy, prepare legislation and regulations, and are also responsible for coordination, supervision and policy implementation.