IMPULSE “Identity Management in PUbLic Services” aims to transform the mainstream discourse on digital identity by drawing up a user-centric multi-stage method of multidisciplinary evaluation of eID management that combines the bottom-up approach of co-creation with the need for a universal vision of digital identity ethics in providing public services.


  • IMPULSE featured in EU Research
    he Autumn issue of EU Research brings together a set of EU projects, including IMPULSE. On pages 70-72, main results and key achievements are highlighted.
  • IMPULSE’s contribution to the New Digital Era.
    processes. Increased reliance on technology in everyday activities has given rise to new digital habits, which has refocused attention on the digital onboarding process as a crucial requirement for all organisations. As a result, the citizens and end users have a higher need for digital connection with the institutions they deal with daily.
  • Analysing the IMPULSE solution from the citizens’ perspective: Pros and cons in dealing with public services.
    The main aim of IMPULSE is the assessment of the use of disruptive technologies in public services. In this context, IMPULSE’s approach for a new electronic identity (eID) is being testing by 6 public administrations in 5 EU countries. Municipality of Peshtera and Gijón City Council analyse the feedback (pros and cons) from citizens who volunteered to validate the solution.