ID WORLD International Congress: Citizen ID

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Citizen ID

Public and private e-services: orchestrating alliances for the public good

All around the globe, national and local government agencies who deploy citizen ID documents that enable intelligent services for citizens, are working with both public and private sector organizations, such as postal operators, who are becoming an essential component of e-government, e-commerce, and security.

What are the state-of-the-art solutions that allow these alliances to orchestrate and satisfy customer demands, while maintaining national security and protection against identity theft? Which e-government services and applications are supported by current eID programs? How can governments embrace issues surrounding global migration within their citizen ID schemes?


The roadmap for government driven ID programs


Public and Private e-Services
Border Control

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Session 1 – Public and Private e-Services

-Alexander Schmid, Partner – BearingPoint
e-ID in Europe: what to see today and what to expect tomorrow!

-Volker Reible, VP Large Scale Project Management – T-Systems International
Projects and programs from the European Commission to push and promote the eID interoperability in Europe

– Abbas Khodaverdi, Chief Technical Officer – Matiran Iran Security Print
eNID program: integration a big challenge

-Monica Litza, Lawyer, National Director, National Recidivism Registry Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, Argentina
Argentina: Improvement in biometric ID as a target of state security policies

– Alexandre Martins, Global Market Manager – Morpho
Mauritania: integrated ID management for efficient services

Coffee Break

Session 2 – Border Control

– André Oeyen, Director Biometric Business Development – SITA
Facilitating border management: solving the security dilemma through consolidation of biographic and biometric passenger identities

– Dr. Matthew Ennis, Director of Channels – Innovatrics
Ghana’s Border Biometric Project

– Peter Hanel, Senior Project Manager – Ministry of Interior, Austria
ID on the move – the Prüm treaty


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