EU's Call for Proposals: eIdentification & eSignature

The Core Service Platform of eID will continue to provide support to Member States at technical and operational level. Such assistance will comprise technical support and advice, including the maintenance of the reference implementation, as well as supporting a broader uptake of eID. In addition to the support provided in previous WPs, the assistance will be extended also to the operation of the eIDAS interoperability nodes after the entry into force of the eID mutual recognition in September 2018, as well as to addressing implementation questions derived from this mutual recognition (such as identity matching issues). The support to the onboarding of new domains will be continued, with a special focus on the re-use of eID in mobile environments.
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The Core Service Platform of eID will continue to provide support to Member States at technical and operational level. Such assistance will comprise technical support and advice, including the maintenance of the reference implementation, as well as supporting a broader uptake of eID. In addition to the support provided in previous WPs, the assistance will be extended also to the operation of the eIDAS interoperability nodes after the entry into force of the eID mutual recognition in September 2018, as well as to addressing implementation questions derived from this mutual recognition (such as identity matching issues). The support to the onboarding of new domains will be continued, with a special focus on the re-use of eID in mobile environments.
 
The Core Service Platform of eSignature in the WP2019 will continue to be focused on activities maintaining and updating DSS, TL-Manager and Trusted List Browser, providing help and training to national supervisory bodies and national Trusted List Scheme Operators.
 
It will also continue supporting providers of solutions that implement advanced electronic signatures to rely on the DSS library for the creation and validation of e-signatures in compliance with the eIDAS Regulation. In addition to the previous work programmes, a set of test cases will be developed for implementers and assessment bodies to test the conformity of  validation services to the eIDAS Regulation. Also, the Core Service Platform activities will have an increased focus on promoting the uptake of the use of the eSignature building block among Generic Services to both public and private entities established in the EU and EEA countries participating in the CEF Telecom programme. 
 
Dateline for submission: 14 May 2019
 
Source: The European Commission

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