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Regulation (2010:1497) With Instruction For E-Kirei Participated

Original Language Title: Förordning (2010:1497) med instruktion för E-legitimationsnämnden

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section 1 E-kirei participated should support and coordinate

electronic identification and signing in the public

Government e-services.

The authority shall

1. in agreement with the contracting authorities

provide systems for secure electronic identification

According to the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 of the 2 teams (2013:311) if

free market system in terms of services for electronic


2. administer the free market system under the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 of the 3

the same law, and

3. establish and manage such a national site for

advertising of free market system referred to in paragraph 4 of the same law.

Regulation (2013:510).

2 § the museums shall participate in international

standardisation work, international cooperation and

the exchange of information within their area of responsibility.

Regulation (2013:510).


section 3 Authority is headed by a Board.

4 § Board shall consist of not more than seven members. Members are appointed

by the Government for a fixed period of time.


5 section at the Agency, there shall be a registry.

section 6 of the tax agency to lease premises and manage the administrative

and supervisory information to the authority.

section 7 of the tax authority shall, after consultation with the Board instruct someone

employed by the authority to be in charge of the Office.


section 8 in order to fulfill its duties under paragraphs 1 and 2 may

authority to charge fees by the contracting authorities

have acceded to such a system of secure electronic

the identification referred to in paragraph 1, second subparagraph 1 and instructed

access authority to administer the optionality system under section

second paragraph 2.

The fee for each Contracting Authority shall correspond to 47

per cent of the total remuneration received by the Contracting

the authority is obliged to pay to the service providers

in the Agency's free market system under the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 of the 2.

The authority is to receive the proceeds of the business.

Regulation (2014:61).