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Stork is an EU co-funded project INFSO-ICT-PSP-224993 www.brz.gv.at STORK PRESENTATION STORK eGov Symposium Bern 09.Nov.2010 Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Klaus J. John.

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1 Stork is an EU co-funded project INFSO-ICT-PSP STORK PRESENTATION STORK eGov Symposium Bern 09.Nov.2010 Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Klaus J. John

2 eGovernment objectives (ICT-PSP call 2007) eProcurement eID interoperability eHealth Type A Electronic documents Accessible & inclusive eGovernment Combined delivery of social services Type B eParticipation Impact & user satisfaction Brokering pan-EU eGov solutions & services online Thematic Networks

3 STORK To simplify administrative formalities by providing secure online access to public services across EU borders. To develop and test common specifications for secure and mutual recognition of national electronic identity (eID) between participating countries.

4 STORK – Member State involvement Member States/EEA - STORK Member States Ref Group Candidate Countries

5 Project Structure Project Management (ATOS) Communication and Sustainability (Gov2U) eID inventory, trust & application groups (NL MOI) eID and upcoming technologies (AT TUG) DEFINITION AND ANALYSIS DESIGN OF INTEROPERABLE FLOWS & ARCHITECTURES Common specifications and Stork's eID models (FEDICT BE; MAP ES) eID process flows (UK IPS) National integration of Stork models and Common specifications (FEDICT BE, MAP ES) CONSTRUCTION AND IMPLEMENTATION TESTING & EVALUATION Pilots TIME

6 Pilots  Pilot 1 – border free authentication √ interoperability of citizen cards between countries in Europe  Pilot 2 – Safer Chat √ secure chat portal √ secure means all user are identified to protect children  Pilot 3 – eID Student Mobility  Pilot 4 – eID eDelivery  Pilot 5 – Change of Address

7 STORK Pilot 1 – cross border authentication  finished √ deviation √ milestone plan √ pilots test plan  functional specification √ member states use cases √ QAA level √ finalised attributes  integration of interoperability  interoperability tests running

8 Authentication Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum SP Ware AT PEPS citizen card login into (My)Help- Portal Source Pin Register Gateway Single Sign On Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum checked V-IDP Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum bPK eSaveeDelivery Additional Register of Natural Persons (ERnP) Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum checked PEPS im EU Ausland Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum checked Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum PEPS Connector

9 Authentication PEPS Connector Middle Ware citizen card login into (My)Help-Portal Source Pin Register Gateway Single Sign On eSaveeDelivery SP Ware AT Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum checked Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum checked Middle Ware eID-Service (DE) Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum V-IDP Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum Vornamen checked Gebutsdatum checked Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum SP Ware DE Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum bPK Additional Register of Natural Persons (ERnP)

10 Authentication Austrian citizen card login into (My)Help- Portal PEPS Connector Source Pin Register Gateway Single Sign On Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum checked V-IDP Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum bPK SP Ware AT eSaveeDelivery Register of Natural Persons (ZMR) Vornamen Nachname Gebutsdatum MOA-ID STORK MOA-ID-STORK

11 What can happend if you go life  certificate error in production system – when tests were executed in the test system every thing was fine  certificates did not have a service function or administrational indicator, this had to be added  wave of influenza, developer and their substitute have shortly become ill (substitute and their substitute...)  shift of the go life appointment into production system  now we do only portal login tests with foreign citizen cards instead of portal test as planed into (My)Help  focus has moved  never expected an execution time of up to 2 days per test case with a member state - (distance) distributed development  extended execution time for tests

12 STORK – getting involved  has been set up as an open forum where industry stakeholders can remain informed of developments throughout the project and feed back their comments to the Consortium  includes large, medium and small companies and associations in the ICT sector that manufacture, supply and consult on infrastructure and end user related products for electronic ID

13 STORK – getting involved  All public administrations of all European (EU member, associated and candidate) States are welcome to join.  Allows governments and institutions from the EU to remain fully informed of developments throughout the duration of the project and to feedback their comments to the Consortium

14 STORK – eID Interoperabilität


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