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Project Stork

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    http :////// ec.europa.eu digital-single-market stork-take-your-e-identity-you-everywhere-eu content, (Leiho berri batean Irekitzen Du) , http ://///joinup.ec.europa.eu secure-identity-across-borders-linked-stork about collection (Leiho berri batean Irekitzen Du)
    Stork is an European Union project for pan European recognition of electronic identities. With this project Spain electronic services accepts digital identitifications from other European countries. At the same time electronic services form other European countries accept the Spanish Electronic National Identity Document and other recognised electronic identities.
    Helburuko egitea:
    Public Administration Any
    Network service applications in customers sar
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    Organic arloa:
    Laguntza arloa
    Security infrastructure and management of identities , Horizontal services for the AA.PP , Support for the processing mail
    Functional arloa:
    Government and public sector, langileak documents
    Ez dagokio
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    Programming language:
    Web Services, JAVA
    Operating system:
    Windows, Unix, Linux,


    STORK (Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed) was a European project developed from 2008 to 2011 within the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP), aimed at the establishment of a single interoperable, sustainable eID area in Europe.

    The project included the deployment of an eID interoperability platform that allows citizens to establish new e-relations across borders, just by presenting their national eID, as well as a sustainable frame of reference at the Pan-European level. Within this framework, Spanish citizens can use their national ID or similar proofs of identity in other member states, while foreign citizens can relate to the Spanish administration using their national eID.

    The results obtained with STORK have continuity in STORK 2.0, also developed within CIP. STORK 2.0 envisages the representation of both natural and legal persons in digital environments, including the possibility to manage mandates and powers of attorney in compliance with such principles as secure transfer of attributes, high data protection and user control.

    The Ministry of Finance and Public Administration (MINHAP) supports Spanish PEPS, making it available to the other agencies in the Spanish public administration for use and integration into national e-services.


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