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Digital identity for thin file citizens and local authorities Alpha White Paper

Federated identity is a powerful mechanism for increasing customer convenience, enhancing organisational efficiency and transforming the way online services are delivered. In the UK there is currently only one federated identity solution that offers highly assured customer identities backed up by clear, agreed standards. That solution is GOV.UK Verify. It is essential that GOV.UK Verify registration [...]

How the 2019 vote for the OIX UK | Europe Board, General Member Representative will be won

This year we are implementing the use a single transferable vote / instant-runoff system for the election of the OIX UK | Europe Board, General member representative, to replace the first-past-the-post approach we’ve used previously. Some useful details can be found in a Wikipedia article here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instant-runoff_voting. (It also provides a simple, but helpful example in an [...]

Local Verify Beta Pilot: Round Table Discussion – 8th November, Rochdale UK

Etive are holding a digital identity/Verify round table discussion at Rochdale Town Hall on the 8th November, facilitated by iNetwork. Local authorities and housing associations are invited to this round table discussion to find out more about the Local Verify Beta Pilot project which is working to utilise digital identity, underpinned by Verify, to help hard [...]

Open Identity Exchange welcomes Post Office as an Executive Member

The Open Identity Exchange is thrilled to announce that the Post Office has joined as an Executive level member.   Post Office takes up positions on both the OIX global and the OIX UK Europe Chapter board of directors. The Post Office is a crucial part of the social and economic infrastructure of the UK.  Through over [...]