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Peter Brown, Pensive

By davebirch posted Aug 6 2007 at 10:57 PM
[Dave Birch] This week's podcast features Peter Brown. Peter, based in Vienna, is co-chairman of the e-government standards group set up by the European standardisation body CEN. Here he talks about the public sector approach to interoperability, crucial to the use of digital identity on a large scale, and uses the "Austrian model" to highlight some ideas in that field.

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