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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 McKinsey report - rather than the public sector focussed NAO report. The Internet was built without a way to know who [...]

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 enormity of the digital identity problem that GOV.UK Verify aims to address or the complexity of implementing almost any solution across [...]

OIX UK | Europe General Member Representative to the Board Announcement

Thanks to all who voted to elect a general member and their alternate who will represent you on the Open Identity Exchange UK | Europe Board of Directors. This year at the suggestions of members, we tested the single transferable vote / instant-runoff system to see if it was an improvement to the first-past-the-post approach we’ve [...]

Self Certification and Mandatory Assessment Regimes – A Parallel Review

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This OIX White Paper, in partnership with tScheme, explores the features of two different certification regimes in the context of Open Banking and GOV.UK Verify. Open Banking has adopted a self assessment approach whilst GOV.UK Verify has prescribed the use of mandatory independent assessments. It is intended that the [...]