Next Gen and government
Creating a potentially Dutch government-backed next generation digital identity, for adoption in all of Europe, where the citizen, not the government, is the starting point. The Dutch Ministry of the Interior is challenging you to come up with a truly new approach for a trusted and easy enrollment (from a real world identity like a passport) to a digital identity.
For a real-life test on a substantial scale and, if successful, for the Dutch government to confirm and announce that the solution is fitting for private markets throughout Europe, the solution must potentially work on all common devices owned by the public, must empower the citizen (user) to have control over its own attributes and the level of the system/bridge needs to be ‘substantial’ (level 3, eIDAS).
DOMAIN EXPERTS PRESENT AT THE HACKATHON
Dutch expert on citizen registration
Expert on EIDAS regulation
Information Security expert
Policy maker Ministry of the Interior
Available is a Dutch identity document (driving license and ID-smartcard). Both contain a chip with some attributes which can be read with NFC.
TYPE OF TEAM ELIGIBLE TO APPLY
OPEN SOURCE OR PROPRIETARY
We like to enable innovation and encourage out of the box thinking to come up with smart solutions.
Ambition and goals
Our ambition is that all citizens in The Netherlands can prove their identity (provide attributes) on the internet with a high level of trust and also with a high level of easy of use.
Track record in innovation and working to accelerate with teams/companies
Broad experience in both small and big scale projects.
Current consortium. The Ministry of Interior is currently partnering with other public organizations.
Welcoming. To be announced
What does the partner offer. If the solution meets the requirements, it may be possible to conduct a real-life test.
What do consortium partners offer. To be announced
To be announced
Hans-Rob de Reus – senior advisor – BZK
Any questions? Please approach Hans-Rob and the entire Track through the community 21st Century Digital Citizenship-group: