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Volker Reible

STORK, leader of Pilot 1
Volker Reible studied computer science and economics at Technical University Berlin.
He started his professional career at Telematik Services GmbH, later as a scientific assistant / lecturer at Technical University Berlin, followed by Nixdorf Computer AG in Berlin and Munich.
Volker Reible joined Deutsche Telekom Group in 1989 as Senior Project Manager for national and European projects in the R&D affiliate Berkom. He continued as Director “International projects” and as Member of the Management Board. From August 2000 until January 2003 he was the General Manager of Berkom. Later, he was responsible for the innovation activities of T-Systems. Now he works as Vice President Large Scale Project Management in the markets telecommunications and public/e-government/healthcare with focus on security projects and solutions
Since 1990 Volker Reible has regularly worked for the European Commission as an expert, evaluator and rapporteur. He was as expert the German representative in the G7 initiative “information society”. In parallel, he built up the European ATM network as project manager as well as the connections to US and Canada. He was also active in the PAC (Programme Advisory Committee) of CANARIE and founded the cooperation between Berkom and the CRC Labs in Ottawa. He was member of the board of directors from HEXAGO, Quebec/Canada.
In project STORK Volker Reible is the leader of Pilot 1 as well as the German project manager coordinating the German partners/subcontractors. Concerning the new German eID he was and is active in manifold functions.

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    STORK’s main objectives are to identify existing eID infrastructures in Europe, specify and implement a common architecture which allows secure and easy to use eID solutions in Europe, and demonstrate the European interoperability. Pilot 1 “Cross-border Authentication for Electronic Services” focuses mainly on demonstrating that the existing online services in one Member State can interoperate with eID credentials issued in another Member State. The registration/authentication functions are central elements. The pilot demonstrates the cross-border usage with eServices like pre-filling of templates. The complexity of the pilot is technically based on the established interoperability of the two different architectures implemented in STORK. Support functions and common agreed release cycles are introduced as well as multi-lingual versions of the involved portals.
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