OIX spends a lot of time working with those who are creating trust frameworks to help define the contents of the framework. This is to ensure our key principles for trust frameworks are embedded and that the frameworks are ready for interoperability.
OIX's own Guide to Trust Frameworks has been created to allow a single global technology agnostics reference point for the contents of a comprehensive user centric trust framework.
We respond to formal consultation requests and more informal requests for feedback, working in a positive and collaborative manner with those charged with making policy in what is always a difficult area.
OIX is working very closely with the UK team at DCMS who are creating the UK Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework. We have greatly influenced the latest BETA version that has been released, and will continue to work with the DCMS team to refine the framework as it progresses through BETA to LIVE.
OIX has also recently given feedback to the European Union expert group working on eIDAS2 and the European Union Digital Wallet (EUDI Wallet). We were very pleased to see that the draft Architecture and Reference Framework mapped almost completely to OIX's view of Smart Digital ID. See our blog post here.
On a more global basis, OIX is aligned with the work the Trust Over IP Foundation has been doing on governance frameworks. OIX has re-positioned it's own trust framework to be aligned with a self sovereign approach to Digital ID, whilst remaining technologically agnostic. How this works is explored in the final section of our Trust Frameworks Guide and was expounded in a joint press release with the Trust Over IP Foundation.