Lessons learnt from European and Middle Eastern e-ID projects

18/02/10

This paper from Gemalto examines the ways in which smart cards have already, and could, in future, deliver the outcomes that governments across the world are seeking as they strive to improve public services. The available technology offers the potential for a virtuous circle of increasing take-up supporting increasing functionality and increasing attractiveness of e-ID to the citizen.

The challenge to all governments will be to achieve this virtuous circle and avoid the risk of issuing e-ID with limited functionality and limited appeal.
 

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