3rd Consultation Event for the Open Identity Exchange (OIX) Project

The event will offer public service portal and platform suppliers a chance to learn about and discuss the UI approach being developed by the project. The 6 month alpha project will run until May 2018 and will examine how GOV.UK Verify could work with a local authority multi-service portal, with special reference to hard to reach customers who may otherwise not be able to achieve a GOV.UK Verify account. It will verify users' identity at the lower level of assurance (LoA0 or LoA1) and then use locally collected social housing data to strengthen this assurance to the higher level of assurance (LOA2), which is recognised in civil courts.

Attendees will have the chance to review the emerging UI ideas. More details and an agenda will be circulated closer to the event.

Places at this event are limited and will target lead technical architects and product development leads.

To request a place, please email Georgina Maratheftis.

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