Brussels, Belgium

Building trust with citizens to drive up participation levels in online services has become a critical issue for governments everywhere. As first generation “brochure” sites are steadily replaced with transactional sites, identity management has become essential. A new generation of identity-aware eGovernment applications are entering the market based on agreed open standards and specifications such as ID-WSF from the Liberty Alliance. Early implementers of eGovernment Programmes know that it is a challenging task to relate existing and proposed online use cases to the specifications, and ultimately to the standards compliant products from vendors. This one day, roundtable-style, open workshop created by the eGov Special Interest Group at Liberty Alliance, tackles this issue head-on. The workshop aims to contrast and compare eGovernment use cases throughout Europe and from other governments across the globe. The objective is to draw out those features that are common across jurisdictions and those that are different, giving both government attendees and commercial organisations assisting them, confidence to drive forward their programmes of work. The target audience is primarily project leads, business process designers and commercial organisations engaged in eGovernment Programmes worldwide, but commercial/research unit working on e-government project are also welcome. While open to the public, places are strictly limited.Information and registration available at


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