Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation, and Technology (BMVIT - Austria)
Mission statement of the BMVIT
Their job: to create and develop an intelligent and efficient infrastructure; to shape and promote innovative initiatives.
Their concern is with the wellbeing of their citizens nationwide and with making an active contribution to European integration. Their work is geared to developing Austria in a sustainable manner, making the country a desirable location and improving the quality of life of its citizens. To that end they work to secure conditions in which a fair balance of interests in society can be achieved in the areas of communications and mobility and theypromote innovation and technology.
In this way theyare laying the foundations today for successes tomorrow.
Their work is service-oriented and professional, and theyseek dialogue
They are client- and service-oriented, and they provide the best possible service and competent interlocutors, thereby guaranteeing high-quality assistance to those citizens, organisations, companies and partners which cooperate with them.
They guarantee the innovative development of infrastructure and technology
Together with their partners they develop the right conditions for areas of vital importance to their country. The optimising of infrastructure such as railways, roads, waterways, air transport and telecommunications, and its technical and operational safety, is a factor which significantly determines their quality of life. Innovation and technology pave the way to future developments. And increasingly they provide these services in a pan-European context.
Quality is their goal
They are firm believers in quality assurance.
Top quality to them means combining their public remit with the public interest at the very highest level. Their work is subject to clear and verifiable rules. They offer competent problem solving along with efficient and cost-effective methods.
Incentives to professional development enhance the competitive thinking of their personnel
Their personnel and their creativity are the major factors for their success as a public service provider. Optimum organisational structures form a platform for professionalism and cooperation together with a climate and culture of openness. Permanent development makes for excellent quality. Their personnel have a voice in the processes of decision-making, and clearly agreed working objectives help to motivate them further.See more