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Utilising the synergies between passports and eID cards

The fast digitisation of society continuously brings new challenges to the public sector, its offerings and its service infrastructure. Electronic identification (eID) allows citizens to access online services, using, for example, a secure token in the form of an ID card. During the last two decades, governments all over the globe have defined, specified and have started the roll out of eID card schemes, in order to enable its citizens secured access to online services as

well as a highly secured document for personal verification. Implementing an eID card scheme is a massive investment for any government, especially if eID card and electronic passport are implemented as separate projects. Thankfully, standardisation as well as technology and processes across the value chain allow governments to consider implementing a family concept for both, ID1 (card format) and ID3 (passport booklet) formats.

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