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Online and beyond – what’s next for the delivery of citizen services?

By Arnaud De La Chapelle, VFS Global.  Customers today expect their needs will be met in a fast, frictionless manner.The likes of tech leaders such the FAANG companies (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google) are showing the way, competing to deliver faster, cheaper and more user-friendly services – on-demand, anywhere, anytime – which means that […]

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Saving cost with innovative packaging systems

By Helmut Strycek, Infineon Technologies.  Total Cost of Ownership is a key decision making point for governments throughout the world. With different national ID card lifetimes, public sector implementations have to be planned long- term: The investments taken at the start of a project may be higher than, for example, in a singular payment or […]

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Safran Identity & Security works on important Ivory Coast elections

In 2016, Safran Identity & Security, was selected by the Ivory Coast’s Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) to assist with two very important elections for the country: the constitutional referendum on October 30 and the parliamentary election on December 18. The Ivory Coast once again renewed its trust in Safran Identity & Security, who previously contributed […]

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Can FIDO accelerate the uptake of eGov Services?

By Igor Pejic, Austria Card. Filing your taxes, applying for a passport, or checking your pension funds can be a very strenuous and time-consuming process. Governments across the world are striving for a maximum level of security to protect their citizens from the abuse of their identities, yet this comes at a cost of severe […]

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eGovernment: Boosting a country’s development

By Alexander Popov, X Infotech. Today, citizens take advantage of responsive and highly personalized services from the retail and financial industries, expecting the same level of public services from governments. Therefore, forward-looking countries are continuously investing in digital technologies to drive a country’s development and bridge the gap between the public sector and modern society. […]

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