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Enhancing The Medical Student Registration Process Using GOV.UK Verify

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: At the outset of Doctors beginning their first year foundation programme, the General Medical Council (GMC) provisionally registers approximate 7500 of these medical students.  Final year students register online with the GMC for their licence to practice, a three part process involving online activation of their account, an in-person identity [...]

Verify Sandbox Environment

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The Verify Sandbox Environment will enable interested parties to test how their services would incorporate digital identities that meet GOV.UK Verify standards. It allows these interested parties to consider the operational and technical implications of adopting Verify through a test infrastructure so as to inform their business cases and roadmaps for [...]

Use of online activity as part of the identity verification

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Government identity verification standards require tests against the ‘activity history’ of an identity. These tests complement more traditional ‘static’ tests, such as document checking, and show that transactions have been conducted by the identity over a period of time. Many online networks do not require user accounts to be created with ‘real’ identity details [...]

Creating a Digital Identity in Jersey

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: States of Jersey is embarking on an eGoverment programme to improve customer service and make government a more efficient and ‘joined-up’ business.  Across the world countries are developing national digital identity schemes, all vary in their nature. This discovery project explored the knowledge, expertise and components of one of these [...]