Nordic-Baltic eID cooperation
The ambition of the Nordic-Baltic eID Project (NOBID) is to secure borderless access for citizens and businesses using their own national eIDs, to digital services throughout the Nordic-Baltic region.
Room for improvement in the well integrated Nordic-Baltic region
Through the Digital North declaration, the Nordic and Baltic countries are committed to making digital services in other countries accessible with the use of national eIDs.
Enabling unique identity number usage across borders and facilitating cooperation between national infrastructures, for the use of electronic authentication (eID) in accordance with the eIDAS-regulation […]
Borderless access to digital services will make it easier for citizens and enterprises to carry out transactions, such as declaring income for taxation purposes, applying for an education programme, issuing or obtaining medication with an e-prescription or using bank services across borders in the Nordic-Baltic region. This is an important step in fulfilling the vision of being the most integrated region in the world.
Nordic Council of Ministers
The Nordic Council of Ministers is the project owner and funds the project.
The Norwegian Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi) is responsible for managing the project, involving eight Nordic and Baltic countries, in the period January 2018 to 2020.