In this first update from GOV.UK Verify's new Interim Director, Jess McEvoy, she sets out some of our priorities for the next three months.
Richard Higson and Kyran Dale provide the latest update on GOV.UK Verify's demographic coverage, how it's improved and how it will continue to do so.
Matt Parsons, Senior Business Analyst for GOV.UK Verify, shares a version of a talk we give when we meet people face-to-face who need to know about GOV.UK Verify and how it works.
Janet Hughes introduces a new phase for GOV.UK Verify and talks about how the team is working harder than ever to continue to improve and expand the service and roll it out across central government services.
GOV.UK Verify's technical architect Adam Cooper shares his thoughts on whether services like GOV.UK Verify should be making use of blockchain technology.
This post provides an update on our our discovery work with local authorities.
Gabor Mikes, GOV.UK Verify's Product Manager, shares a summary of recent technical developments.
We have just reached a new milestone on GOV.UK Verify - our 100th round of usability testing. 100 rounds of usability testing is certainly a lot. Here are some numbers to put it into context
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.
In April this year we announced that a range of high quality certified companies had connected to GOV.UK Verify. In this guest blog post procurement expert David Kershaw shares his experience of the formal procurement process for these companies, and explains why the approach we took was revolutionary.