Digital

  • Opportunity to work with SPPA, Scottish Public Pensions Agency

    27th August 2019 by

    The Scottish Public Pensions Agency (SPPA) administers pensions on behalf of the Scottish Government for Teachers, the Police and Firefighters as well as for employees of the National Health Service in Scotland. The agency are looking to transform to improve the way they provide this vital service to the public sector. To make sure we…

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  • Payments Project – Alpha Partner wanted!

    12th July 2019 by

    The bidder day on 19 June at the Civtech offices in Edinburgh was a great success. 32 people from 22 companies joined us to hear about our future plans, service standards and ways of working. There was a lively questions and feedback session which was incredibly useful for the programme team. We will be issuing…

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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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  • Payments Project – Bidder Day

    30th May 2019 by

      The project is now looking for partners to deliver the alpha phase  and is holding a bidder day on Wednesday 19th June, 10:00 – 13:00 in Civtech, Edinburgh. The attendance will be limited to 2 individuals per organisation and to book your place please use this Eventbrite link. The day will cover the following…

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  • Payments Project – Secondment Opportunity

    23rd May 2019 by

      We’re looking for a Principal Architect to join the Scottish Government Payments Project team on a secondment basis for up to 23 months. In September 2018, the Scottish Government set up a small team to take a closer look at how we make and receive payments, initially with the aim of creating a robust…

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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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  • Payments Project – Introducing the Payments Project

    12th March 2019 by

    by Hugh Wallace In September 2018, the Scottish Government set up a small team to take a closer look at how we make and receive payments. This includes people from across the organisation to ensure we have the right skills and knowledge in the team. This is part of a much wider programme of public…

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – Workshop insight

    28th February 2019 by

    Graduate Fast Streamer Madeleine Fleming has been working with the Digital Identity Scotland team to support the design of the team’s programme for the last six months. As she prepares to leave the team at the end of her placement, Madeleine reflects on one of her final tasks – to deliver a service providers workshop….

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  • Digital Identity Scotland – Understanding the services’ perspective

    22nd February 2019 by

    Welcome to this latest update from the Digital Identity Scotland team. Since our last update, we have continued our work in developing a common approach for digital identity that provides safe, easy and better access to public services for Scotland’s citizens. While understanding and meeting the needs of people has been a substantial part of…

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