Belgium’s New National eID Card

The first award went to the Belgian National Register for the new Belgian national eID card launched in January 2020. The card now has two chips instead of just one: a contact chip and a contactless chip. The contactless chip allows the eID to act as a travel...

Latvia’s New National eID Card

Alongside Belgium, Latvia’s Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs of the Ministry of Interior was awarded for the country’s new national eID card launched in September 2019. Designed to be futureproof the new Latvian eID card has gone far beyond in enhancing...

DNI Electrónico 3.0

The first award went to the Spanish National Police Corps, in conjunction with the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre (FNMT-RCM), for the latest version of Spain’s national ID system. The card, known as DNI Electrónico 3.0, features a new operating system, and is the...

Jordan’s New eID Card

Jordan’s Ministry of Interior has rolled out an ambitious new citizen ID programme offering a range of innovative services that will transform the way the public interacts with the state. The new programme has been implemented in collaboration with the country’s...

New National eID Card

The second award went to the Police and Border Guard Board of Estonia, part of the Ministry of Interior for the new national eID card. The new national eID cards with upgraded design and security features in December 2018. It took 18 months to prepare. Both internal...