HM Revenue and Customs's Jon Thompson has done his research, and says firms would have to pay £32.50 for each customs declaration under max fac - and any such system would take up to five years to work properly, too
For us to get to a state where business stop collecting all our personal data needlessly, we may need to leverage historical legacies of trust, say panellists at last week's Think Digital Identity for Government 2018
is there huge potential for federated ID in local authority contexts - especially when it comes to eligibility and counter-fraud checks?
'The most significant change in how we travel since the invention of the internal combustion engine so it is important that local government is part of the discussion'
'People talk about the chicken or the egg. But sometimes, you just have to build the egg,' NHS Digital practitioner tells last week's Think Digital Identity for Government 2018 conference
As many 22,000 people could be be saved from dying every year by smart use of the tech, May promises, as she issues a set of 'Grand Challenges' to British business leaders and Universities
Don Thibeau, the head of the Open Identity Exchange, issues a warning to sceptics: Do you really want to see Verify fail?
Friday's Think Digital Identity for Government 2018: engagement, debate - and some robust defences of one high-profile 'failed' Identity scheme...
But not just the supplier - as the national spending watchdog says both parties 'misjudged the scale and nature of the risk in outsourcing these services'
A decade of work beckons for a possible 20 suppliers of relevant technology