Governikus bePBo as a Service takes over all tasks for securing electronic communication between "authorities" and courts via the special electronic authority mailbox (beBPo).
Secure electronic legal transactions: In accordance with the Act to Promote Electronic Legal Transactions, public authorities have been obliged to open a secure transmission channel for the delivery of electronic documents since January 1st, 2018. By January 1st, 2022 at the latest (and possibly earlier, depending on the federal state), there is also an obligation to use ERV for transmission to the judiciary.
Authorities within the meaning of the Act include, in addition to public authorities, corporations and institutions under public law, as well as other persons, professional groups and organizations that can be assumed to have a higher degree of reliability.
Examples include savings banks, associations of panel doctors, employers' liability insurance associations, tax consultants, etc.
To make the introduction of a beBPo as easy as possible, Governikus offers the special public authority mailbox as beBPo as a service for communication between public authorities and the judiciary. The service, which is based on the application of the IT planning council Governikus MultiMessenger, is characterized by very simple handling and low effort on the customer side. The connection of a beBPo takes place using an e-mail server, so that employees can still use the familiar e-mail infrastructure for electronic legal transactions. Incoming and outgoing messages can thus be received and sent in or with Microsoft Outlook or other mail systems.