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.
- Co-creating sustainable eID solutionsImplementing new electronic identity (eID) solutions for the public sector is a tough endeavour. Public officers, technical teams, and researchers need to work together in order to solve several fundamental concerns of end users. Co-creation is a suitable approach to design solutions that respond better to those concerns, but it is far from being a “silver bullet”: There are further challenges that should be addressed to make a sustainable impact in the long term.
- NEW! IMPULSE brochure and trifold availableA summary of our IMPULSE project highlighting the main aspects can be found in both our brochure and trifold, with screen/foldable versions.
- Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) schemes and the public sectorElectronic Identity (eID) solutions in the public sector have often suffered from low adoption, in turn retarding the development of e-government. An important question is whether SSI-style eID solutions can help to break this cycle.