Next Gen and government
Creating a potentially Dutch government-backed next-generation digital identity for adoption throughout Europe, with the citizen, not the government, as the starting point. The Dutch Ministry of the Interior challenges you to come up with a truly new approach to reliably, easily establishing a digital identity (using real-world identification such as a passport).
To enable widespread testing in practice and, if successful, in order for the Dutch government to confirm and present the solution as suitable for private markets throughout Europe, it must potentially function on all devices commonly owned by the general public, empower the citizen (user) to have control over their own attributes and the level of the system/bridge must 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
There will be Dutch identity documents available (driving license and ID smartcard). Both contain a chip with attributes that can be read using NFC.
OPEN SOURCE OR PROPRIETARY
We like to facilitate innovation and to encourage thinking out of the box to create smart solutions.
Ambition and goals
Our ambition is for all citizens in The Netherlands to be able to prove their identity (provide attributes) on the internet with a high level of trust and ease of use.
Track record in innovation and acceleration with teams/companies
Broad experience in both small and large-scale projects.
Current consortium: The Ministry of the Interior is currently partnered with other public organizations.
Welcoming: To be included.
What does the partner have to offer: If the solution meets the requirements, a field test may be possible.
What do consortium partners have to offer.To be included.
See the Track Deep Dive Presentation to get a better insight into the topics of this challenge: here
Hans-Rob de Reus – senior advisor – BZK
Any questions? Please contact Hans-Rob and the entire Track through the community group 21st Century Digital Citizenship: