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Interoperability of Cross-Border European Egovernment Services: Some Design Issues

By Kamelia Stefanova and Roumen Nikolov

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The authors analyse some of the research outcomes achieved during the implementation of the EC GUIDE research project “Creating an European Identity Management Architecture for eGovernment”, as well as their personal experience. The project goals and achievements are however considered in a broader context. The key role of Identity in the Information Society was emphasised, that the research and development in this field is in its initial phase. The scope of research related to Identity, including the one related to Identity Management and Interoperability of Identity Management Systems, is expected to be further extended. The authors analyse the abovementioned issues in the context established by the EC European Interoperability Framework (EIF) as a reference document on interoperability for the Interoperable Delivery of European eGovernment Services to Public Administrations, Business and Citizens (IDABC) Work Programme. This programme aims at supporting the pan-European delivery of electronic government services

Topics: Administrative Data Processing, Government, Business, Distributed Databases, Security, Integrity and Protection, Transaction Processing, User/Machine Systems, Human Information Processing
Publisher: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:sci-gems.math.bas.bg:10525/375
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