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KTK: The Digital Citizenship Program can enter the implementation phase



According to the recently published legislation, the digital personal data wallet service, eSignature and eIdentification service can start from September 1, 2024.

The law on the digital state and certain rules for the provision of digital services has been published in the Magyar Közlöny, which will enable citizens to manage all their affairs digitally by 2026, the Government Information Center (KTK) announced.

Electronic administration is advancing, so in the future, instead of administration-centered operation, various state services will be adapted to the life situations of citizens.

As is known, the government adopted the National Digital Citizenship Program in December 2022. In the past period, the creation of the legislative environment has begun, the evaluation of online interfaces and the assessment of user habits, as well as the development of technology and service standards, have taken place – they added.

According to the newly published legislation, the digital personal data wallet service, eSignature and eIdentification service can start from September 1, 2024, according to the announcement, according to which users will be able to verify their identity with the help of a mobile application, and electronic signatures will simplify the signing of documents.

It was also announced that consent-based data provision will be introduced in 2025, so citizens will be able to access the administration interfaces of some market service providers with digital identification. In 2026, ePosta, eDocument management and ePayment services can be launched – they announced.

The center also reported that the new mobile application will be developed in accordance with the European Union eIDas 2 regulation: every citizen will have a unique identifier that can be applied in a uniform manner, thus enabling the accurate and smooth flow of information.

“The basic principle of the development is that the citizen is the owner of all data related to the state, so the citizen decides whether his data can be used,” they said, noting that the use of the application will be voluntary, and the usual administration options will still be available.

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