The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) released a consultation paper on India Enterprise Architecture Framework (InDEA) 2.0 on January 25, 2022. Federated digital IDs accessible by various systems and connected to certain common and unique identifiers like Aadhaar or mobile numbers, interoperable networks, data sharing with the private sector, etc., are some of the key recommendations included in the paper. InDEA is a non-prescriptive framework to guide and enable the creation of digital ecosystems in the public sector, according to the consultation paper. The earlier version of InDEA released in 2019 was not widely adopted so MeitY constituted a steering committee that met eight times between August 2020 to January 2022 (and a working group) to create the framework for an InDEA 2.0. Members of these bodies include Pramod Varma, Chief Architect of UIDAI; Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary at MeitY; Sachin Puniyani, Amazon Web Services; among others. The creation of federated IDs and data sharing with the private sector could have an impact on the digital privacy and autonomy of individuals. Comments can be submitted via email until February 27, 2022 at email@example.com. Architecture of state and central government systems under InDEA The paper proposes an architecture for State and Central government projects to follow, based on interoperability and the creation of an ecosystem. A few components will be common to all of them under this framework, such as: Ecosystem standards, specifications, and governance Building blocks like registries, directory, and an InDEA architecture portal It also provides certain conditions: For…
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