BRZ (Austria)

Federal Computing Centre of Austria – Bundesrechenzentrum (BRZ)

The Federal Computing Centre of Austria – Bundesrechenzentrum (BRZ) is the leading eGovernment partner of the federal administration in Austria. BRZ successfully develops, implements and operates eGovernment solutions enabling an efficient and service-oriented interaction between the public administration and its customers. Quality, security and cost efficiency are the mission of BRZ. BRZ is a owned by the Republic of Austria, represented by the Ministry of Finance. In 1997 the company was outsourced from the Ministry of Finance as an organisational spin-off.

  • MARKET
    • Federal Ministries and Chancellery
    • Supreme federal state authorities
    • State-owned enterprises
  • REVENUE 
    259,9 Million Euro (2015)
  • EMPLOYEES
    1,146

Experts of the BRZ are also involved in international eGovernment projects such as the Large Scale Pilot Projects of the European Commission. This projects – PEPPOL, STORK, SPOCS, ePsos and eCodex – are reducing digital barriers and supporting the expansion of eGovernment and cross-border public services, thus reducing costs and simplifying the lives of governments, businesses and citizens.

Claudia Bachkönig
Claudia Bachkönig