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Member States will agree on a number of key cross-border public services to be rolled out between 2012 and 2015 and will identify appropriate life events/stages.

Indicator Status Evidence
Have you identified priority key cross-border public services that correspond to well defined needs? Yes We are in compliance with the EU policy. Identification of key cross-border public services is related to implementation of the eIDAS Regulation.
Have you agreed/committed by 2011 on a common list of key cross-border services that correspond to well defined needs? Yes The 5 cross-border services were identified in Poznan and later agreed by the eGov Expert Group as "Focus-areas for identifying cross-border digital public services and key enablers for cross-border services with a pan-European added value". The Czech Republic agreed on key areas and cooperates on implementation of eIDAS Regulation which enables cross-border services.
Have you implemented or do you have concrete plans to implement cross-border services? Yes In compliance with the eIDAS Regulation, the relevant infrastructure, legislation and centrally provided support to public administrations are in the process of implementation. The Czech Republic plans to apply so called eIDAS node for interconnecting with other eID systems in EU member states. The eIDAS node is based on the software that has been developed under the STORK project. The STORK 2.0 infrastructure – the so called PEPS – Pan-European Proxy Services model - is still functional in the Czech Republic, and it allows Czech nationals, the users of mojeID service, to authenticate using the European Commission's Authentication Service (ECAS) to access CIRCABC service. The mojeID service is provided by CZ.NIC, the STORK 2.0 partner. The Czech academic community (Universities) is involved in several international projects, which use federation of identities.