In November 2001 a working group charged with the task of proposing a public key infrastructure (PKI) for the Icelandic government delivered its findings to the Minister of Finance.Further reading
Speech at the Icelandic-Italian Chamber of Commerce in Milan - The Icelandic Economy: Current Status and Future Developments.
In this final chapter the major findings of the study are presented. Next, some considerations are discussed and possible next steps are recommended.Further reading
The Management summary of the KPMG Report on Public Key Infrastructure.Further reading
The Government of Iceland's committee on PKI. Preliminary PKI study on requirements and comparable initiatives in other countries. May 2001.Further reading
Address at the University of Manitoba - The Challenge of Being Small in a Global Economy: the case of Iceland.
Address at a meeting of the British-Icelandic Chamber of Commerce in London - Recent developments and future prospects for the Icelandic economy.
The 2002 budget proposal projects a revenue surplus of 18.6 billion krónur, equivalent to 2½ per cent of GDP. The net financial surplus is still larger, 41 billion krónur.Further reading