Our vision is to ensure that the results brought by Large Scale Pilots (LSP) will act as a pillar for the development of interoperability of cross-border eID and trust services. To this end, we will build upon the work of relevant Large Scale Pilots, leverage and exploit their results to ensure full coherence between the large scale pilots and the new legal framework.
Leveraging the large scale pilots (like STORK, SPOCS, PEPPOL, eCodex, epSOS) to accelerate the realisation of the objective of the proposal for a Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market.Accompanying the legislative process for the adoption of the proposal with targeted policy, analysis, standardisation and communication activities at the EU and International levels in order to create a positive understanding and environment for the acceptance and wide uptake of the new legislative framework. Identifying and using appropriate mechanisms to develop and engage "communities" – citizens and SMEs in particular - in promoting the use and uptake of eID and trust services.
Large Scale Pilots (e.g., STORK, Peppol, EPSOS, etc.) have proven that technical interoperability is possible. However, this must be accompanied by clear rules and responsibilities to ensure legal certainty and mutual recognition of electronic identification and trust services.
Adoption of the proposal for a Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market - COM(2012)238 final
Contribute to and facilitate the uptake and integration of LSPs' results and components in electronic systems and services for public administrations and businesses.
Timeframe: by 2016
Official eIDs notified to the Commission
Timeframe: following the entry into application of the Regulation
|Baseline||61 % SMEs use eIDAS technologically based services (2011)|
|Target||65%(by end 2015)|