Projects are defined as small scale, low risk assessments, analysis or tests of interoperable components that address the key challenges of creating convenient, secure, and privacy-enhancing digital transactions. These projects target specific issues that have been identified by an organisation.
The process for running a project is clearly defined. Projects are collaborative and funding is provided privately by the organisations involved. Projects will test solutions with representative users and be designed to be scalable.
John Timpson, Chairman for Timpson talks about why Timpson is interested in the digital identity eco system at the September 2015 Follow the Entrepreneur event.
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The Improvement Service (IS) is the national improvement organisation for local government in Scotland. Our purpose is to help councils and their partners to improve the health, quality of life and opportunities of all [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This first report output from the CEF co-financed, Opening a Bank Account cross borders with a Digital ID project, builds on other OIX projects that looked at how federated [...]
Swirlds is a platform to build and run shared worlds — fully distributed applications that harness the power of the cloud without central servers. Applications built on the Swirlds platform create trust in peer-to-peer networks [...]
Project Scope Introduction The OIX Social Media Support Progam is a new membership benefit that we are piloting, which allows members to share relevant thought leadership articles and industry events they may be running, of which [...]
Our established, international network of more than 28,000 photobooths, primarily aimed at the consumer market, is the leading brand across all of our territories. This network is supported, maintained and upgraded by our skilled team [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In the preceding Discovery project, the suitability of the GOV.UK Verify model, as a basis for a digital identity scheme for the States of Jersey, was explored. The findings [...]