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Cross Border Secure Delivery Of Electronic Documents

STORK Industry Group : 01 December, 2010  (Company News)
The STORK electronic identity pilot scheme has introduced another module with eDelivery now live enabling electronic documents to be delivered securely across borders
STORK, a pilot project co-funded by the EU that aims to implement EU-wide interoperability of electronic identities (eIDs), announces that the Cross-Border eDelivery pilot is live now. The pilot demonstrates how EU citizens can use their national eIDs to securely receive electronic documents from eDelivery portals of any participating EU Member State.

The EU Services Directive states that public administrations must be able to send electronic documents to citizens and service providers. By the means of the Cross-Border eDelivery pilot, STORK is tackling the challenge of identification and authentication of electronic deliveries' recipients as well as of making national governmental eDelivery portals accessible to citizens of any EU Member State.

Arne Tauber at STORK comments: "The pilot demonstrates how the authentication protocols developed by STORK can be used as a basis for an eDelivery framework across the EU. It creates a basic interoperability infrastructure enabling public administrations to securely and quickly send documents to citizens of different Member States, directly through national eDelivery portals, at which the citizens have been registered using their national eID."

The Cross-Border eDelivery pilot demonstrates how citizens of Slovenia, for example, can register at the eDelivery portal of Austria. Using their existing national eID cards, citizens are able to receive and pick up electronic documents by accessing the Austrian eDelivery portal. In addition, citizens may also receive eDeliveries from senders of other Member States through the Austrian portal. Currently, Austria, Estonia, Finland, Luxembourg and Slovenia are participating in the Cross-border eDelivery pilot.
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