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) is driving the digital transformation of the Italian Government.
By 2018, all municipalities should be able to issue the new Italian national e ID card.According to La Stampa (24/08/2017), the card can be obtained in 5 to 6 days.Italy is one of the 60 countries to invest in a national e ID card as revealed in our May dossier National IDs: 2016 facts and trends.Today, the contactless electronic identity card is a polycarbonate document including full name, date and place of birth, fiscal number, residence and citizenship, code of the city of issuance, issuance and expiration dates, authentication certificate, fingerprints and a digital version of the photo. As an option, the Italian citizen can give his/her consent to organ donation.) gives useful information on how to apply for the new national ID card, how to book an appointment with the municipal offices and indicates the delivery address at home or at the Town Hall. But what are the goals of the new Italian ELECTRONIC id card?With the "ultra-fast broadband" plan the objective is to cover, within 2020, 85% of population with a very high speed connectivity; setting the basis for dematerialization and new e-services. The "digital growth" plan aims to boost the usage of technology and the intensive and secure use of digital exchanges to stimulate economic growth, and social cohesion.
The objective of the digital growth plan is to strengthen the framework of trust in digital exchanges.
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We have built a structured approach and mode of contribution to government programs, sharing international experience, industrial know-how and working as a partner to public authorities in numerous countries.
In addition to greater document security to better protect against identity fraud, and an easier travel experience in Europe (do you see the ICAO logo on top left corner of the card?
), the card can be used with a PIN code to authenticate and access on-line services leveraging the national identity framework SPID (see below). Italy as more than 60 countries, is making the leap to digital identity and is engaged into a national e ID scheme.
The publication marks a milestone in Italy's digital agenda.