Delegates are telling us they want more details on third party ID issues, legal and vendor partnership aspects of Digital Identity. Disagree? well, maybe you should put your vote in for what YOU want to see next June
Third in the ONLY Digital ID event focused on the public sector is set for June 7th at convenient Westminster facility One Great George St
Multiple levels and forms of ID may be what works best for citizens, say senior central government figures at last week's Think Digital Identity For Government one-day conference on where the sector goes after Verify
200-plus public sector Identity, data and security professionals are registered to attend on November 29th from nearly 70 different central and local government departments - with interest from public sector departments across Europe (and wider), with attendees registered from France, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Ireland and Nigeria. Have you confirmed your place at Think Digital Identity For Government 2018 yet?
‘Computer Weekly’ coverage points to idea of re-using passport ID in Digital Identity apps being explored by the company now that it is free to work on Verify products in the private sector
Verify’s fate is revealed: Government to stop paying for it, and it’s handed over to the private sector10 October 2018 at 8:34am
So some clarity, which is welcome - but host of questions for suppliers, citizens and public sector digital service policymakers now need to be answered
DCMS says we’ll have something that soon, ‘Government Computing’ reports from techUK event - news that could spell the end of Verify
'Computer Weekly''s latest claimed scoop on the future of the project: 'plan aims to open up digital identity market - and might kill off GOV.UK Verify'
'Government Computing' reports that identity providers (IDPs) and hubs are weighing up their next moves after it emerged that the future of the programme is under serious question in central government
'Computer Weekly' claims the government's project watchdog, the Infrastructure & Projects Authority, says no-one in Whitehall wants to pay for it any more