Managing your population’s identity with a robust and cost-effective infrastructure
A robust identity management infrastructure to provide better services to populations
IDEMIA designed the IDWay identity management system to enable governments to provide each citizen a strong, unique legal ID allowing every individual to be recognized by public and private services in person or online, from birth and throughout life. This solution consists of several interoperable components (such as Civil Registry, ID Card Registry, Passport Registry, etc.) working together as a unified system solution to maintain information constantly reliable and updated. It provides a reliable basis to authenticate individuals and deliver trusted credentials.
IDEMIA, the global leader in Augmented Identity, in partnership with CIVIPOL, the technical cooperation operator of the French Ministry of the Interior, DIGITECH, a leading provider of paperless Civil Registry solutions, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund and CARITAS, a confederation of 165 relief, development and social service organizations, announces the first deployment of the open-standard Identity Management interface OSIA in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
One purpose, an identity for all from birth by 2030
In the frame of the first deployment of open-standard Identity Management interface OSIA in DRC, IDEMIA contributed to the constitution of a civil identity to register 2.4 million children. This project is led in partnership with CIVIPOL, the technical cooperation operator of the French Ministry of the Interior, DIGITECH, a leading provider of paperless Civil Registry solutions, the United Nations Population Fund and CARITAS. This World Bank funded project aims to produce 600,000 birth certificates and should register 60% of children that have not been registered at birth.
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To facilitate identity document verifications, IDEMIA designed two optical machine security features: DocSeal, a graphical seal to protect against photo substitution and forgery and LASINK™, a color portrait laser engraved in a polycarbonate structure.