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A guide to successful project implementation
Unsurpassed performance and security in a single, flexible solution
An ambitious move to combine a secure, state-of-the-art
eID solution with its top-ranked eGovernment program.
From ink to electronic fingerprints
Providing security and trust to strengthen unity.
The keystone of e-Government
Securing identities - Protecting privacy - Enabling trusted eServices
Meeting the vision of the Department of Home Affairs and the security needs of the country
New secure document and electronic identity
Towards a better future
Recent innovations, such as color laser-printing as well as enhanced visual and tactile effects, are giving additional opportunities to government authorities and national printers to seriously consider this enhanced polycarbonate environment for their document projects.
This white paper is describing the major benefits of the new generation of enhanced polycarbonate secure documents.
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.
A Brief for Policy Makers
In the United States, lack of security in government-issued identity credentials is a major contributing factor to identity theft. This paper examines progress made establishing eID digital identity credentialing. It also explores other eID implementation opportunities currently under consideration.
Federating identification services for the benefits of Portuguese citizens
The national eID card project
Putting the Sultanate of Oman in the front line of eGovernment implementation
A Gemalto contribution to the efficiency of Swedish Public Services
A smart move to next-generation identity credentials