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1 1 14 th May 2008 How can pan-European Public Services Benefit from CIP ICT PSP Pilot on eID Dr. Davorka Šel Ministry of Public Administration SLOVENIA

2 2 14 th May 2008 Presentation of Pan-EU pilot 1 CIP ICT PSP pilot on eID STORK 2

3 3 14 th May 2008 POLICY PRIORITIES OF SLOVENIAN PRESIDENCY IN EGOVERNMENT  Interoperability  eParticipation and Inclusive eGovernment  Reduction of Administrative Burden  Support to i2010 eGovernment Action Plan  Exploring cross-border interoperability issues in practice: Demonstration of the concept of two pan- EU services

4 4 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU SERVICES AND INTEROPERABILITY Source IDABC: European Interoperability Framework v1

5 5 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU SERVICES FOR CITIZENS Capgemini for IDABC, January 2005

6 6 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU SERVICES FOR BUSINESSES Capgemini for IDABC, January 2005

7 7 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU PILOT DURING THE SLOVENIAN PRESIDENCY Close co-operation with participating Member States: Austria, Estonia, Finland, Portugal Two stages:  providing two services in Slovenia  providing two services by other countries Presentation of services at the eGovernment conference “Alliance with Users” on 11. February 2008

8 8 14 th May 2008 DTG same service as for Slovene citizens Registration of address Registration of company Assignment of national identifiers: Personal identification number Tax number Preliminary procedure Services themselves 1 2 TWO PHASES OF SERVICES AND AVAILABILITY  Available on State portal e- uprava (currently testing version)  Available to citizens authorized based on qualified digital certificates issued in participating MS Services availability

9 9 14 th May 2008 DTG Data needed for preliminary procedure in SI data on relevant Certificate Authority certificate validation (CRL, OCSP) format of the national identifier connection between digital certificate, national identifier and personal data X.509 user’s and CA digital certificate profile date of birth gender last name first name citizenship place of birth National Registers Citizen from MS A MS A MS A authorized institution

10 10 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU projekti – osnovna ideja navigation

11 11 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU projekti – osnovna ideja navigation

12 12 14 th May 2008

13 13 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU projekti – osnovna ideja Obtain SI identifier – entry into population register for foreign citizens

14 14 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU projekti – osnovna ideja Decision about issuing SI identifiers – PIN and Tax number

15 15 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU projekti – osnovna ideja Service – residency registration

16 16 14 th May 2008 PAN-EU projekti – osnovna ideja Service – company start-up

17 17 14 th May 2008 LESSONS LEARNED FROM PAN-EU PILOT  Interoperability of all 3(4) levels is inevitable  Organisational+Legal level is prerequisite  a legal study  Technical level  A wide range of different eIDs (cards, certificates, user/password) – interoperability of identities  Pan-European Proxy Server or Middleware  Centralized Management of CSP  Mutual recognition of eSignatures – validation Authority  Semantical Level:  not all MS have national identifiers  common understanding of authentication policies  Answers to be provided by CIP pilot STORK

18 18 14 th May 2008 S ECURE IDEN T ITY ACR O SS BO R DERS LIN K ED EGOVERNMENT OBJECTIVES (ICT-PSP CALL 2007) Pilot A on interoperability of eID’s Slide provided by STORK consortium

19 19 14 th May 2008 Slide provided by STORK consortium

20 20 14 th May 2008  interoperable electronic identity in Europe o common specifications o implementation of interoperability layers  experience two approaches: o PROXY model: national identity provider o middleware model: token abstraction using middleware  pilot approaches in 5 specific situations o deploy and operate the interoperability layer o run cross border e-ID service for at least a year STORK – GOALS Slide provided by STORK consortium

21 21 14 th May 2008  WP1 project management  WP2 eInventory, trust, and application groups o status quo  WP3 eID and upcoming technologies o explore and implement new technologies with eID  WP4 eID process flows o design process flow for eID, authentication und access control  WP5 common specifications o design and implement PROXY- / middleware model  WP6 pilots: (with all participating member states involved)  WP7 communication and sustainability o including coordination with other LSPs STORK – WORK PACKAGES Slide provided by STORK consortium

22 22 14 th May 2008  5 pilot projects – giant portal: exchange and use eID on national portals AT, DE, ES, FR, NL, PT, UK – safer chat: eID for kids and youngsters AT, IS, BE – student mobility: administration of student exchanges AT, EE, ES, IT, PT – electronic delivery: transborder delivery with proof of receipt AT, LU, SI – change of address: when coming from a different member state ES, IS, PT, SE, SI  pilots should start 2009 and run for 12 months STORK – THE PILOTS Slide provided by STORK consortium

23 23 14 th May 2008 STORK – FACTS  Project starts: expected June 2008  Project duration 3 years  Pilots start: mid 2009  Budget € 20,3 Mio. => funding € 10 Mio  Participants: 29 from 13+1 Member States: Austria, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, + Iceland

24 24 14 th May 2008 Thank you!


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