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Stork project

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    Project to ensure recognition pan-European electronic identities, and in particular the acceptance of electronic and DNI similar IDs E-government services from other European governments
    Target audience:
    Any Public Administration
    Agencies Responsible:
    Ministry of economic affairs and Digital Transformation
    Secretariat of digitization status and Artificial intelligence
    General Secretariat of Digital Administration
    Network service insertable in customer applications

    Ministry of economic affairs and Digital Transformation

    Type of Solution:
    Status of the Solution:
    Organic Area:
    Technical Area:
    Horizontal services for the AA.PP, security infrastructure and management of identities, support for the electronic processing
    Functional Area:
    Government and public Sector, Personal Documents
    Not implemented
    Interoperability level:
    Programming language:
    Web Services, JAVA
    Operating system:
    Windows, Unix, Linux


    The project STORK (Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed ), is a European project, developed from 2008 to 2011 within the framework programme for competitiveness and innovation (CIP), to facilitate the creation and adoption of a Single Area for Europa, interoperable and sustainable electronic identification and authentication.

    STORK managed to deploy a platform of interoperability of European electronic identities that allows citizens to establish new electronic relations across borders, by simply presenting his credentials of national electronic identity, as well as a reference framework sustainable on a pan-European level. Using this framework as a basis, Spanish citizens can use their national electronic DNI or similar IDs in other Member states, and foreign citizens can interact with the Spanish administration by using their electronic IDs of origin.

    The results obtained in STORK are taking their continuity in the project STORK 2.0, also executed within the program CIP. As new on STORK, STORK 2.0 provides address representation, both individuals and corporations, in an electronic environment, including facilities to manage mandates and powers, under the principles of transfer certain attributes, high data protection, and control of the user.


    12 September 2013

    The project STORK 2.0 organises its first meeting of the group of industry Unshade accordion

    STORK 2.0 organize your first panel Industry on 26 September 2013, during the World eID Congress (Congress The global electronic identification) , bitch (France ). This meeting 90 minutes scheduled 14 :00 to 15:30 , will aim at inform the industry players of electronic identification, and to standardisation bodies, about progress, results and applications the project , as maintain, after the presentations, an open discussion with attendees in which make the submitted and share their views.

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    14 July 2011

    The project STORK gets the label of good practices of European Public Sector Award 2011 Unshade accordion

    The project STORK gets the label of good practices of "European Public Sector Award 2011".

    In total, 274 applications for 32 European countries and the European institutions received and were eligible for assessment phase. Countries with higher applications in the 2011 edition were Spain, Rumania, Austria, Italy, Polonia and Germany. The 274 applications, 116 came from local governments, 66 of the regional level, 85 from national and 7 European institutions. All applications were evaluated by independent experts evaluators. As a result of the meeting of consensus 21 requests from 10 countries were selected. In Addition, evaluators also identified a number of applications in determiandas, which will be granted a certificate of EPSA 2011 Best Practice.


    28 December 2010

    Of historic developments Unshade accordion

    En el documento "Noticias_Stork_20102812.pdf" pueden encontrar el listado histórico de todas las novedades anteriores a las publicadas actualmente.

    25 October 2010

    Note: Start of production of six riders from Stork Unshade accordion

    Put into production six riders STORK project to achieve interoperability of Electronic identities in Europe

    11 European countries participating in STORK launch electronic identification services insurance in cross-border pilots

    All Belgium, 25 October 2010 – STORK co-financiado is a project by the European Union of the programme supporting policies tick, within the framework programme for competitiveness and innovation (CIP), which implements a platform for interoperability of electronic identifiers in the HAT. It was announced today that six riders: ‘ Cross border Authentication for Electronic Services ’ (cross-border Authentication for electronic services); ‘ Safer Chat ’ (safer Chat); ‘ Student Mobility ’ (Mobility of students); ‘ Cross Border eDelivery ’ (cross-border electronic delivery); ‘ Change of Address ’ (Change of address) and ‘ Commission Services ’ (Services of the committee) are now available to the public. The platform STORK facilitates access to citizens to various electronic administration services through its national credentials. Are gradually improve and expand the six riders launched today, which allow check and test the integration of effective service in the STORK platform.

    The Prof. Antonio Lioy Polytechnic University of Turín, the project co-líder STORK, explains the impact that the work done during the riders will be in the form in which citizens use its electronic identifier for access to public services. “ Pilots will demonstrate to citizens and public administrations that interoperability of electronic identities is feasible in services of electronic administration. Will reveal the added value that citizens obtain being able to use their electronic credentials in a protected environment, secure and private. ” Adds: “ This framework of electronic identification save public money, and time, both for the citizen and the administration. Reduce the risk of misuse and fraud, and create a world of new opportunities. Is another step towards the single market without borders. "

    The other co-líder of STORK, the senior advisor Arvid Welin of Sweden, adds: “ the concept of the STORK can be an important step for private entities to develop new business models, based on this method of identification insurance border citizens. ”

    The six riders STORK in production

    Cross border Authentication for Electronic Services: The objective of the pilot is to facilitate the access of citizens of a member state to public services existing in another member state. Citizens used their own national e credentials to access this service.

    SaferChat: Approached to increase Internet security for children and adolescents, professors in different countries create tasks and chat rooms for their students, within the age groups specified for the purposes of e-learning. It will encourage students to work with their foreign counterparts, and create P2P studies packages, emphasizing the awareness of Internet security.

    Student Mobility: Este piloto facilita que los estudiantes, utilizando sus propias credenciales electrónicas nacionales (tarjetas de identificación y certificados electrónicos), puedan acceder a los servicios administrativos ofrecidos por las universidades, por ejemplo en el registro para los programas Erasmus y el uso de otros servicios relevantes. Adicionalmente, el piloto sirve como hito preliminar para el análisis de un futuro intercambio de datos entre universidades de diferentes países, dentro del sistema Europeo de intercambio “European Credit Transfer System”.

    Cross Border eDelivery: the objective of this pilot is enlargement of the different national portals for the electronic delivery (official notifications), the border Area, providing access to citizens of other countries, using their own credentials. In addition, this pilot seeks to create a basic framework, providing public administrations sending documents to the citizens of different countries, through the portal of electronic delivery of their own country.

    Change of Address: This pilot develops a Change of address interoperable, which allows foreign nationals, using their credentials nationals, notify a change of address to the parties involved, without changing current procedures in the participating states in this pilot. This is achieved using the platform of interoperability STORK for the identification and authentication of the citizen. Contains two scenarios: the change of address in your new country, and the same address change in their country of origin by notification generated by the first country.

    Commission Services: The Service Authentication of the European commission (DOLLS) allows the identification in a multitude of their applications. To integrate in the platform DOLLS STORK national credentials of several countries are integrated in a transparent manner. The integration technique has been recently completed and production services will be gradually to provide identification by STORK.

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    Press office STORK


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