Working groups are standalone groups facilitated by OIX. Working Groups are a way for members to collaborate to explore a particular topic area, problem space or proposition. Typical outputs from a working group would be one or more of:
- A series of recommendations
- A Paper exploring the topic area and making more detailed recommendations
- A Guide explaining how the topic area should be addressed.
Working groups will hjave an agreed terms of reference and target deliverables. Working groups may lead to the set up of a Project.
Ensure relying parties are able to receive consistent data items and
enumeration types regardless of delivery protocol. The data content
delivered: evidence, claims, metadata is the same regardless of the
technical protocol by which it is delivered (e.g. OIDC ID Assurance,
Next Meeting Date: 17 Sep 2021
Creating a new guide for Digital ID for RPs.
An RP centric view of Digital ID: what is it, different options, What
is Digital ID?
What are the benefits to RPs?
What are the options?
Blockers to remove.
Building a Business case to buy.
What is a Trust [...]
Next Meeting Date: 26 Aug 2021
The e-signature working group has the following objectives:
* Produce a list of use cases where e-Signatures could be used:
* Detail if signatures are typically witnessed today. If so, are
* Determine if there are use cases where a qualifie [...]
Next Meeting Date: 07 Sep 2021
Identify the required Fraud Controls that should be put in place by
IdPs, RP, and the Digital ID Scheme / Broker itself in order to
protect users and RPs against Identity Fraud.
* The workgroup should consider 3-4 different use cases. Suggested
use cases are [...]
Define and publish a high level structured approach to both ID
Proofing and ID Authentication through analysis of the ways this has
been done to date across different regional trust frameworks.
Define how following this structured approach will allow
interoperability to be achieved b [...]
Improve inclusion in the ID ecosystem through working collaboratively
across the public and private sector to enable access to new data,
services and methods for inclusion.
* The OIX / TechUK working group on inclusion identified over 35
possible data source [...]
Next Meeting Date: 15 Jul 2021
Define and publish a high-level guide for a Trust Frameworks through
analysis of the ways this has been done to date across different
regional trust frameworks.
* What should the framework contain?
* What Roles are there within the framework?
* How can [...]
Next Meeting Date: 09 Sep 2021
From helpdesk to compensation. What happens when something goes wrong?
This working group will look at look at support and recovery services
required for users and RPs.
This working group will initially look at how to handle fraud in the
context of liability.
Next Meeting Date: 20 Sep 2021