A Framework for Secure Digital Administration

by   Diana Berbecaru, et al.

The efficiency and service quality in public administration can be improved by using electronic documents (or e-docs) and digital signature to speed up their activity and at the same time to better satisfy customer needs. This paper presents an XML-based document exchange system that integrates a platform for the management (creation, search, storage) of e-docs and a secure trustworthy environment for digitally signing e-docs. The framework provides security services, like privacy, authorization, authentication and non-repudiation. Possibly a mobile terminal equipped with a smartcard reader and integrating WYSIWYS features could be used for viewing and signing e-docs. The proposed system can be easily integrated with the infrastructure (e.g. database system) already in use at each administration site. It is described also the use of the system in a real world service.


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