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Economics of Identity: The Road to 2020

Following Up: Further information regarding the Proposed Working Groups Following the Economics of Identity Conference in collaboration with techUK, four working groups are now in the process of being set up: (1)     Interoperability and standards (including biometrics) One of the [...]

Exploring Interoperability between GPG45 and JMLSG Guidance

A new OIX White Paper explores the degree of interoperability and alignment between the Government’s recently updated Digital Identity Standards – Good Practice Guide 45 (GPG45) – and industry’s own guidance regarding the way that [...]

OIX engage David Goodman as new Executive Director

The Open Identity Exchange is delighted to announce at our Economics of Identity Conference that we’ve engaged David Goodman as our new Executive Director. David is a seasoned identity and access management expert whose experience [...]

The Evolution of the OIX and the Leadership of its New Executive Director

The evolution of the OIX and the search for its new Executive Director of OIX has begun in earnest! With OIX’s “surge strategy” now underway, and GDS’s new leadership in place, a new Executive Director [...]

Identity and Innovation at Scale

Dear Parliamentary Accounts Committee When reviewing GOV.UK Verify the Parliamentary Accounts Committee should consider a wider perspective as set out in the attached OIX report on the ‘Cost of Doing Nothing’ or the more recent [...]

HMG’s Identity Innovation Dilemma

The National Audit Office report published yesterday denigrates GOV.UK Verify to ‘yet another government IT failure’ and permits commentators to lament GDS failing to live up to its promise. The report fails to consider the [...]