Published on 7 Dec 2012
“ The new infrastructure will provide citizens and employees with simple, secure and fast digital access to all available government resources, now and in the future. ”
Wim Martens, Strategy Manager, Flemish Government
Flemish Government provides seamless access for citizens
The Flemish Government controls Flanders, which is the northern federated state of Belgium, with Brussels as its capital and about six million inhabitants. Its legislative and executive powers include broad and exclusive domestic and international responsibilities. The powers of the Flemish Government and the Belgian federal government do not overlap.
Provide citizens and employees with simple, secure and fast digital access to available Flemish Authorities resources, now and in the future.
IBM Premier Business Partner, SecurIT, designed and implemented an integrated software solution for the Flemish Authorities, combining its TrustBuilder software with IBM Security solutions.
Reduces the time and cost to introduce new applications significantly; allows tremendous savings through the sharing of one centralized platform for many government institutions; provides six million citizens with seamless access to government services.
IBM products and services that were used in this case study.
Tivoli Access Manager for e-business, Tivoli Federated Identity Manager, Tivoli Security Information and Event Manager
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