UK e-ID Card - progress and future plans: DTI/eema meeting (including "leveraging identities from UK Passport Service for commercial applications") - London, 15 November

October 23, 2006

Brussels, 20 October 2006

The UK e-ID Card meeting (hosted by the UK DTI, and organised by eema on 15 November) will explore the progress and future plans for the country's proposed national e-ID card, including the introduction of a national register.

The meeting will provide a neutral forum to discuss the latest progress of the scheme and future plans with government representatives and industry experts, focusing on:
- Current situation and future plans
- Key government initiatives
- The UK National Identity Register
- Identity assurance in the UK
- Leveraging identities from the UK Passport Service for commercial applications
- Federating identity to realise the potential between government and business.

The meeting is FREE to attend for eema members, €30 for British Computer Society members and €200 for all other delegates.

For more information and register details please visit http:///
Call: +44 (0)1386 793028.

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