Boris Halata


Digitization - electronic identity

In the Czech Republic, in the 21st century, it is still not possible to use mobile identity documents, as is already quite common in Finland, Kosovo, the UK, the USA or Australia, for example. Mobile documents are on the rise and are becoming common practice in identifying citizens and verifying their eligibility. A mobile ID solution will be rolled out across the EU within two years. This paper will present a prototype of the eDokladovka mobile application developed by STC as a mobile ID solution in the Czech Republic. eDokladovka will be able to upload state-issued identification documents such as ID cards, driving licences, travel documents and, in the future, other documents from other entities. The citizen will be able to confirm the validity of selected attributes from the stored documents during physical interactions and will also enable electronic authentication of the citizen to the shared services of the state. STC is ready to finalize this prototype eDocument application and participate in its implementation.

Boris Halata

In the period 2000-2007, he worked at the Ministry of Industry and Trade, for several years as Director of the Department responsible for the promotion of the business environment and investment and cooperation with foreign investors. From 2007 to 2020, he worked at the KPMG Czech Republic, where he led an expert and business team specialized in projects for the public sector, including projects in the field of digitalization and implementation of large-scale IT systems. He has been involved in the further development of the digital services of the State Printing Works of Securities since he joined the company in 2020.