This category collects all posts on identity assurance.
The Cabinet Office launched a public consultation on proposed changes to the law that aim to improve how government departments use the data they hold to make it easier for people to prove their identity online. We share more about what the changes will and won’t mean for you.
GDS’s Director for Digital Identity shares progress on government’s single sign-on and digital identity solution.
Tackling inclusion barriers is a high priority for the One Login for Government programme. Here’s how the team is approaching it.
Why build a product people won't or can't use? Our user researchers share their approach to understanding needs for government’s single sign-on.
In this blogpost, we address the GDS approach to identity checking and our delivery plan for a new system - Natalie Jones, Director of Digital Identity explains.
Find out what the team building government’s new single sign-on solution learnt about prototyping, inclusion, apps and more during its digital identity alpha.
We explain how the single sign-on system and GOV.UK Account will work together.
Helena Trippe and Will Myddleton share how the Digital Identity team works with colleagues in departments, like guest Tom Stewart from Veterans UK, to ensure users are getting the most out of services.
Discover more about what’s next for digital identity in government.
For the first time, government is making real-time passport validity checks available to the private sector. The time-limited Document Checking Service (DCS) pilot has launched with a small group of participants in order to investigate how government can support the growing digital identity market.