Digital

  • Digital Identity Scotland – Prototype draws to a close

    13th May 2020 by

    Mike Crockart, Delivery Lead for the Digital Identity Scotland Programme, provides an update as the work on a prototype draws to a close…  “The pandemic and our country’s response has rightly dominated all of our lives in recent weeks. For many of us it has meant a change to where we are working; how we...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – Prototype update

    11th March 2020 by

    Fiona Johnstone, Transformation Manager for the Digital Identity Scotland Programme, provides an update mid-way through work on the prototype to test an attribute-led approach:   “It’s exciting to have the prototype work in full swing, building and testing an attribute-led approach to support simple, safe and secure access to public services.  Mydex CIC, in partnership...

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  • What are smart entitlements?

    6th March 2020 by

    In this blog, Gavin Ross, Policy Lead for Digital Identity Scotland, provides an update on some of our broader activity. This includes considering how an attribute approach could support citizens when accessing services, products or benefits that they are entitled to. Our Smart Entitlements strategy…   “The DIS programme continues its work on a prototype...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – Working towards a prototype

    4th February 2020 by

    In this blog, Mike Crockart, Delivery Lead for the Digital Identity Scotland (DIS) Programme, provides an update following recent procurements and work which has begun on a prototype…   “A reusable digital identity service will require the clear understanding, trust, and engagement of users. Our solution will be founded on user-centric principles reducing the need...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – Looking ahead to 2020

    19th December 2019 by

    In this latest blog we hear an update from Lesley Allen, Strategic Lead, looking back on the past few months and sharing our initial planning as we move into 2020. Welcome to our final edition for 2019 with all the latest updates on the Digital Identity Scotland Programme. Since our last blog in September, there...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – Digital identity within a digital economy

    13th September 2019 by

    Our programme team has learned a lot about digital identity over the last couple of years. From the stakeholder and expert group meetings we have hosted, to the market research we have gathered, we have built up a wealth of information that has helped to shape the direction of our programme. You may have already...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – OIX White Paper

    3rd July 2019 by

    The recent conclusion of our Alpha phase is the culmination of several months’ work to understand and test some specific ideas related to digital identity in more detail. We are grateful to all stakeholders who have assisted us in this important phase of the digital identity programme. So what have we learned and what are...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – Learning from our stakeholders

    31st May 2019 by

    For more than a year now, our National Stakeholder Group has proved an important sounding board for the Digital Identity Scotland programme team’s work. Much has happened since our first meeting in February 2018. From gaining some wider perspective on ideas we have been exploring, to individuals and organisations working closely with us to explore...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – User research on the road, part 2

    12th April 2019 by

    Welcome to this latest update from the Digital Identity Scotland team, fresh from a field trip to bonnie Inverness. As you may have read in some of our previous posts, we have a very active strand of user research ongoing, to ensure our programme receives broad input from groups who would be likely to use...

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – User research on the road

    21st March 2019 by

    Welcome to this latest update from the Digital Identity Scotland team. From a user research and business analysis perspective, a lot of our recent work has focussed on understanding the various interests of service provider organisations in digital identity. This is a key area for our programme, for it is vital the process of proving...

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