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EU: Factsheet of STORK – eIdentity pilot project

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Published date
30 May 2008
Country
Austria, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, EU Institutions
Domain
eGovernment
Languages
English, , , ,
Author
European Commission, Directorate-General Information Society & Media
Publisher
European Commission, Directorate-General Information Society & Media
License of the document
Other
Submitted By
ePractice Editorial Team (EUROPEAN DYNAMICS SA) | Belgium
Complete title:
eID – Easier access to public services across the EU

Description (short summary):
Several barriers to the free movement of workers still exist in the EU: for example, it is not easy to access public services while working or living in another country.

The European Commission launched the STORK (Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed) pilot project in order to remedy this situation with an EU-wide system for the recognition and authentication of electronic identity (eID via electronic cards or other means). It will enable businesses and citizens to securely use their national electronic identities and get help from public administrations in any Member State they live in or travel to.

The present document provides a description of the objectives, structure and expected impacts of this pilot project.

Related article(s):
EU: Cross-border recognition of national eID – Launch of the STORK pilot project
Number of pages:
2

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Identification system

23 June 2008 | 4977 Visits | Rating: No votes

From what I read about the STORK pilot it was not clear what system will be used to identify users of the Stork. Will it be MOC , use of a central biometric database, if so who will keep this D.B, will it be 1:1 , 1:N or other?
Please let me knoe more about the above.

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