This is the UK government’s analysis of responses to the digital identity and attributes consultation. This builds on previous government activities and engagement, including a Call for Evidence in 2019 and the launch of the digital identity and attributes trust framework in February 2021.
The proposals contained within the July 2021 digital identity and attributes consultation set out the legislative measures and policy interventions needed to enable a secure and trusted digital identity market for the UK economy. It sought views from respondents on how we can best achieve this. Our proposals came in three parts.
Proposal 1: Creating a digital identity and attributes governance framework
Proposal 2: Enabling a legal gateway between public and private sector organisations for data checking
Proposal 3: Establishing the validity of digital identities and attributes
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