We the people of the digital identity government establish this constitution to ensure the effective management, protection, and utilization of assets in a manner that promotes efficiency in trade and the health and well-being of humans.
Article I: Definitions
This constitution defines assets as any item of value owned by the government, including physical and digital goods, property, currency, and other assets.
Article II: Asset Management
All assets owned by the government will be managed according to established procedures for asset management, which will include a complete inventory of all assets, as well as policies for secure storage, transportation, and exchange of assets.
Article III: Asset Handling
The government will determine whether an asset should be handled physically or digitally based on the nature of the asset, its value, its portability, its durability, and its susceptibility to damage or theft. The government will also establish procedures for handling each type of asset to ensure efficient, secure, and safe management.
Article IV: Digital Asset Management
The government will utilize digital technologies to facilitate the management and exchange of assets whenever possible, provided that such technologies do not compromise the security or privacy of the asset or the individuals involved in the transaction.
Article V: Physical Asset Management
For physical assets that must be handled, the government will establish procedures for secure transportation, storage, and exchange to ensure the safety of the asset and the individuals involved.