This blog post is an update on the progress of Warwickshire County Council’s Blue Badge pilot and the lessons we’ve learned so far in integrating our first local authority pilot service to GOV.UK Verify in private beta.
Industry and market engagement
Posts about our work with industry to help stimulate a market of identity services
David Rennie provides an update to our work with the private sector. We've set up test environments to explore one of the possible ways private sector companies can work with Verify.
Alastair Treharne, Head of Identity Standards and Fraud Prevention, attended the Digital 5 summit 2016 in South Korea in November. In this blog post, he provides insight into a workshop he attended on identity assurance.
Industry and Engagement lead, Carrie Hartnell-Grundy and Business and Risk Analyst, Aaron Cameron, talk about our joint-project with OIX to investigate how to future-proof the requirements of Element C, focusing on knowledge based verification.
Jyoti Basuita from the #VerifyLocal team and Livia Ralph from the Industry Engagement team share the outcomes from the recent workshop we held with techUK for suppliers to local authorities.
The #VerifyLocal team share which councils have signed up to the first wave of collaboration pilots to integrate GOV.UK Verify into local services: issuing of concessionary travel passes and resident parking permits.
David Rennie and Jess McEvoy provide an update to our work with the private sector, particularly focusing on our plans for making digital identities from certified companies available to the financial sector.
Linda O'Halloran and Irina Pencheva provide our vision and preliminary plans to develop working examples of GOV.UK Verify in local authorities. This post provides information on how local councils can take part in the pilots.
This post provides an update on our our discovery work with local authorities.
In future could you use your Facebook or Linkedin account as part of the verification process? Industry Engagement lead Livia Ralph shares details of a project, conducted with private sector partners via Open Identity Exchange, looking the use of different sources of activity history when proving an individual is who they say they are.