Ulrike Nagorni is Legal Adviser in the division General Policy on the Online Access Act and E-Government; Administrative Modernisation and Organisation; Better Regulation in the directorate-general Digital Administration; Management of the Online Access Act at the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community.
Ulrike Nagorni is a lawyer specialised in the drafting, implementation and evaluation of legislation. She is responsible for a project to develop a tool for checking whether legislative processes can be put into digital form, the German approach to establish digital-ready legislation. In this role, she applies her knowledge of the legal basis for and effects of digital transformation on public administration and her thorough understanding of methodology in combination with the applicable rules of constitutional and administrative law.
Ms Nagorni has a thorough grounding in the techniques of better regulation, such as regulatory impact assessment. She has overseen a number of legislative proposals and is also responsible for the Joint Rules of Procedure of the Federal Ministries. Ms Nagorni also actively shares her knowledge in the field of lawmaking by providing advanced training for public officials at the Federal Academy of Public Administration.