STORK will run a number of eID interoperability pilot services over 12 months. This will be achieved as an iterative process, starting with common specifications, following with the implementation of the pilots and finishing with the evaluation and feedback. The pilots will take place on a flexible basis, with different Member States being involved in each case. An overall evaluation will provide consistency for the assessment of the results.
The Pilot objectives can be summarized as follows:
STORK will test cross-border services in five areas:
Evaluation and feedback Partner
Implementation and demonstration of interoperability services.
- Operations between cooperating Member States in the context of the pilots taking as starting point the services that are already operational at national level.
- Final implementation of an open, common interoperable service solution based on initial common specifications agreed amongst participants in the pilot. During the course of the pilot the initial common specifications will be further developed and gain a wider agreement in view of eventual scalability.