Panama Will Implement Digital Signature
The project is currently in the analysis phase, but it is expected to be operating within the first 100 days of the current administration.
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Roberto Henríquez, Commerce and Industry Minister, said that implementing digital signatures will simplify administrative procedures, for benefit of the country's economy.
The use of digital signatures scheduled to begin this year is several months late and will not be implemented until February 2014.
It is expected that public and private banks will start to distribute the first digital certificates in March 2009.
The implementation process for digital signatures still has a long path of activities and processes to complete.
Costa Rica's government has launched the use of digital signatures, but warns that the growth of its use will depend on its incorporation by the private sector.
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