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Application of the Classification System

This section shows examples of the stakeholders, within the FIDIS research, e-health, e-government and e-commerce sectors, who may apply the identity classification system in their interoperability processes.  

It is proposed that an ISO standard, or code of practice, is written for applying the classification system to interoperability of identity information within all sectors of industry, government and commerce. The standard may be structured in a similar way to that of a British Standard Institution "Code of Practice for Legal Admissibility and Evidential Weight of Information Stored Electronically" (BIP 0008), in which the LSE team played a major role in its publication. The structure of the BSI Code of Practice is based on the BSI "Principles of Good Practice for Information Management" (BSI DISC PD0010), written by the LSE team.  

It is envisaged that the proposed code of practice for the identity classification system will include the following chapters: 

  1. Introduction 

  2. Identity information policy 

  3. Duty of care 

  4. Procedures and processes 

  5. Enabling technologies 

  6. Audit trails 

  7. Glossary of terms 

  8. References 

All the stakeholders in a particular business sector, including those shown below (they are not exhaustive), may then use the classification system to share and exchange information in a common way. The names of the stakeholders, in any sector, may vary from country to country.  


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