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OIX’s Journey to 2020 and Beyond

The identity landscape has changed significantly in recent years. From an OIX point of view, the changes that have taken place from the Economics of Identity meeting last May to next month’s Economics of Identity event on 11 February have been the most significant in years. Firstly, Government has re-defined its strategy on the role it [...]

Establishing a Trusted Interoperable Digital Identity Ecosystem in the UK October 2019

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: A critical element in any functioning ecosystem is trust – whether that be the trust that needs to be established between multiple organisations in order for them to send, receive and utilise data, or the trust needed for an individual to choose to share their data with an organisation and [...]

Interoperability Has Its Limits

In 2012 the Cabinet Office joined the Board of the newly formed Open Identity Exchange. It recognized the two traditional means of delivering government policy - procurement and regulation - would not be effective to GOV.UK Verify's goal: a market of user centric digital identity services. Instead, working through OIXUK HMG chose to engage practically with market participants to shape [...]