Webinar on CEF eDelivery and eIDAS ERDS with Postal Service Operators
European Commission, March 2017
On 10 March 2017, the European Commission held a webinar on Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market), the eIDAS Regulation, and Electronic Registered Delivery Service (ERDS) providers. The webinar specifically targeted Postal Service Operators to provide information on how ERDS, as defined in the eIDAS Regulation, affects service providers, and how CEF eDelivery maps the requirements for the ERDS qualified status.
The CEF-funded NOBLE project, coordinated by Governikus KG, was also presented to demonstrate how the reuse of CEF eDelivery can support the exchange of cross-border electronic documents in different domains. The objective of the NOBLE project is to set up an eDelivery infrastructure in four Member States, Germany, France, Greece and Slovakia.
This webinar was an opportunity for the participants to discuss the implementation of the qualified status for the ERDS and its implications in their postal services.
The participants in this webinar learnt about:
- The eIDAS Regulation and the Electronic Registered Delivery Service (ERDS)
- The qualified ERDS EU trust mark
- CEF eDelivery mapping of the ERDS requirements laid out by the eIDAS Regulation
- Example of an CEF eDelivery reuse project to connect Postal Services Operators in different Member States
The presentations delivered are available here.
To discover how CEF eDelivery is #ConnectingEurope, visit CEF Digital 2018.
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