Pooling identity documents and their infrastructures in e-Government programs
This white paper describes the technical and organizational solutions to implement in order to federate new secure documents and their infrastructures.
Pooling secure documents and their infrastructures will then help to promote national economic growth.
Pooling identity documents and their infrastructures in e-Government programs [PDF - 865 KB]
e-Gov 2.0 - Towards a sustainable society
10 object lessons in Green IT and eGovernment, From green washing to green spirit
e-Government is an essential part of the political supervision needed for the harmonious construction of a sustainable society. This paper will illustrate this point.
Whitepaper: e-Gov 2.0 - Towards a sustainable society [PDF - 2.3 mb]
Fraud has a direct impact on healthcare funding. This Eurosmart white paper provides an in-depth evaluation of healthcare fraud in five separate countries with different healthcare models in place. Based on the findings presented, it sets out recommendations to curb fraud through implementation of microchip card technology.
Healthcare fraud [PDF -1mb]
The lessons of European and Middle Eastern implementations of e-ID
The smart card technology that has transformed monetary transactions can bring similar benefits to public service delivery. This paper examines the technology's potential to create a virtuous circle of increasing take-up supporting expanded functionality and enhanced appeal to citizens.
The lessons of European and Middle Eastern implementations of e-ID [PDF - 590 kb]
Whitepaper: eGov 2.0 : the keys to success
Choosing and building the pathway to success -Best practices and success factors
This report examines the foundations of successful eGovernment programs and outlines ways public support can be mobilized for adoption of the 2.0 citizen-centric approach.
Whitepaper: eGov 2.0 : the keys to success [PDF - 2.6mb]
Also available in
French [PDF - 2.8mb ], in
Portuguese [PDF - 2.8mb ] & in
Japanese [PDF - 1mb ]
Whitepaper: Polycarbonate and Identity Documents
An insight into the security decisions on the horizon for some of the world's most senior IT personnel
Polycarbonate has won the trust of governments worldwide. Used in more than 25 national ID card and passport programs, the exceptionally durable and tamper-proof material cannot be delaminated. Polycarbonate can be personalized with irreversible laser engraving and level-one security features.
Whitepaper: Polycarbonate and Identity Documents [PDF - 787 kb]