We Secure Inclusive, Efficient And Sustainable Digital transformation of Governements .

We are Specialists Of
Digital Transformation
For the public Sector

We help developing countries prepare, organize and execute their public services digital transformation. We raise them awareness about international best practices, then help them contextualizing their approaches and preparing their roadmap, while capitalizing on their existings digital assets to create shared public digital infrastructures. 

We are expert in digital identity framework, so as eGovernment Services automation and Portals.

Bridging the gaps of Digital Transformation

In 2021, ID30 was born out of dire necessity to address the obvious gap between tech solutions and practical needs of developing countries.

Our goal is to help nations define and create solutions that can be rolled out to the last mile.  We may identify the required technology, and if it doesn’t exist, nurture it so that it can emerge. Our designs are inclusiveefficient and sustainable, making sure that they can be used anywhere, by anybody and immediately.

Through its consulting missions in over 10 countries, ID30 is influencing market trends towards technologies adapted to emerging countries. These include biometric enrolment, the issuing of identification cards and the modernization of civil registration. 

Who we help

We interact with the entire ecosystem to realize our vision of inclusive, efficient and sustainable digitalization.

Public Authorities

Let ID30 be your partner as you embark on your digital transformation journey.
Make the right technical choices, with the right partners, optimizing the quality/price ratio.

Allow us to help you uncover, specify, select and implement an ideal digital solution — one that is inclusive and will accommodate even the most remote areas.


We supports startups developing digital solutions for identification, civil registration, social systems, healthcare, ...

We recognise the remarkable value local innovation can bring to communities and are committed to fostering it as bridge the gaps we identify.

Solution Providers

We support digital public goods initiatives with an ever-growing portfolio of open-source technology to cater for specific needs in the digital transformation spectrum.

We are uniquely qualified to help open-source technology developers by providing experienced marketing guidance, technical consultation and access to financing.

Our services

Country Assistance

From a simple consultation to designing a full strategy, preparing specification and assisting you until it rolls out nationally.
Our Experts will be beside you along your digital transformation journey at every step of the way.

Because we know your constraints, we optimize our service fees so that you can afford to count on us for a long time.

You can try us out and get your first month assistance for free !

Solution Incubation

Our purpose is to cultivate innovations that are effective in even the most remote areas. Specific solutions need to be prepared for the last mile, they may emerge social ROI rather than economical.

As part of our not for profit Lab, we align different solution providers around common innovations filling gaps of inclusion, adapting existing technologies to country environments.

Be part of an ID30 Lab and enlarge options for more inclusion in digital solutions.

Solution Seeding

Open solutions are a gift to the world, but they sometimes need help to be visible to the world and selected by promising adopters.

We support them on their Positioning, Marketing content preparation, Awareness and dissemination, so they can deliver efficiently their messages and engage on qualified opportunities for large scale adoptions.

Benefits of part time senior services to optimize the reach of your adopters.

Who We Are

Drawing on Jaume Dubois’s extensive experience in both National ID platforms and Digital Public Infrastructures, combined with the collective expertise of our team and partners, ID30 is unrivalled when it comes to providing pragmatic technical solutions specifically tailored for developing nations.


Jaume Dubois

Founder & CEO

For the past 20 years, Jaume Dubois has been developing identity projects in Africa and Latin America. Through his work as part of large internation groups on Unique ID Solutions, he identified an unbalanced situation in between Government teams and solutions providers. He then felt the need to found ID30 to allow emerging countries to take control of their digital roadmaps and make informed technological choices.

Jaume Dubois is an expert in digital transformation.  He is involved in several non-profit initiatives such as GovStack, where he coordinates the Digital Identity and Digital Wallet working groups, and provides country support in Africa and Asia.

He is also a Senior Consultant in Digital Identity and Civil Status for the World Bank’s ID4D group, supporting countries diagnostic missions. 

He is a founding member of OSIA, advising the Togolese government on the implementation of MOSIP and has been advising more than 30+ governements.

His 360° experience of Digital Transformation makes him one of the most versatile expert in his field.


Meet Our Experts

Renaud is a technical expert in IT Frameworks : ITIL, PMP, ISO 27001, EBIOS, GDPR... With over 10 years IT management, he's known for his calm, strategic approach under pressure.
Olivier is a recognised Global Expert and Advisor in the field of AI & Automation, he is outcome-oriented with a pragmatic mindset. He is a keynote speaker, influencer, and thought leader.
Kassy is a Digital Signature and Digital Transformation specialist. Based in West Africa, he has a strong understanding of African context and can be deployed on site whenever necessary.
Carine has more than 20 years of experience in international trade and possesses strong expertise in cross trading and purchasing. She is a true asset in managing supply chain logistics
Stéphanie has a strong experience in program direction with public and private actors, she's specialized in digital security and digital border management. She can support you on projects, risks and quality management in the field of digital programs.
Smita has extensive experience in open-standards and open-source, doubled with a technical background on ID & IAM. She alsois experienced in crypto & blockchain. She can handle your technical studies, prepare your terms of reference and follow up your project's implementation.
Robinson is an experienced IT project manager, with a sense of a curiosity allowing him to quickly onboard on business logic and technologies. He’s our deputy project manager for our Latin America missions.


We Trust each other

Our main partners, they are the ones we interact with on a day to day basis for the purpose of a common mission

Our Collective Labs partners are multiple, they bring their expertise, their technologies, their resources or their insights to the Labs to let new solutions concepts and prototypes emerge. 

Our Collective Labs


We created Collective Labs by animating an ecosystem of partners: open source, open standards, institutions, government agencies, technology providers and NGOs to explore solutions for more inclusion, sustainability and efficiency in digital interaction.

Our Collective Labs will identity and define innovation for good, then prototype and field-test them thanks to our countries partners. Once fine tuned and confirmed successful they will be proposed and shared to more countries.

These are our Collective Labs addressing the following 3 gaps of digital interactions : 



People in remote locations are the most difficult to register.

Asking people to move to a specific place is costly and time consuming for them. Going to them with current registration kits can be a challenge.

Registration kits are heavy, difficult to carry by hand, they depend on external energy and come with prerequisites for registration sites.


Sophisticated proof of ID (or credentials) is expensive, unadapted and is not useful to citizens in developing countries: they require hardware, networks and infrastructure to be fully operational.

Cost effective digital ID solutions could be envisaged but they will still depend on literacy of citizens and will require a certain level of technology and infrastructure.


Digital services are a great opportunity for nations to increase the quality, efficiency and reach of their services. However, they are highly dependent on networks, technology and literacy.

Basic services such as identity, education, healthcare and social assistance should be accessible to all, especially to those in the most remote areas.

Optimize Your Digital Transformation now with our Knowledge Base

Take advantage of our complimentary publications to ignite your next steps — absolutely no strings attached, not even an email address required. We have assembled these concise presentations in the spirit of “public goods” to assist you with understanding Digital Transformation and kickstart your journey.

Ask us for live presentations.

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