Constanze Bürger

Constanze Bürger - IT-Infrastrukturen und IT-Sicherheitsmanagement des Bundes, Bundesministerium des Innern


In November 2009, the Federal Ministry of the Interior on behalf of Germany’s public administration on behalf of became the first European governmental organization to receive an allocation of IPv6 from the RIPE NCC, the regional Internet registry for Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia.

The German Government will be deploying the allocation in the context of two network infrastructures to users in the entire public administration of Germany. First IPv6 pilots already started. For the German public administration IPv6 is not just technique, it’s also a political issue. Deploying IPv6 is vital, to offer our business companies and citizens access to all of the opportunities available online, we need IPv6.


Constanze Bürger was graduated in computer science (diploma) at Koblenz University in 1999. Starting in 2001, she has been working as an executive officer at the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany. During this time she has been involved in a variety of projects concerning information technology, such as: BundOnline 2005 – e-government initiative Germany and topics like IT strategy, IT security, network conceptions and management of the Federal Government’s Berlin-Bonn Information Network. Since November 2007 her main task has been to organize and support the deployment of the German IPv6 address space that was assigned to the Federal Ministry of the Interior on behalf of Germany’s public administration.

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