As Think Digital tweets about, the Scottish Government has joined the OIX to advance their adoption plans for online Identity services.
From their web site:
“The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) is a technology agnostic, non-profit trade organization of leaders from competing business sectors focused on building the volume and velocity of trusted transactions online. OIX enables members to expand existing identity services and serve adjacent markets.”
The OIX is an especially powerful foundation for all Identity-related requirements, in particular through their extensive research library, much of which is produced from real-world projects.
This includes many technological aspects as well as best practice use cases such as Pension Dashboards and Face-to-Face Identity Proofing, but also key use case scenarios, such as how South Yorkshire utilized Identity to ‘Bridge the Digital Divide‘.
The Scottish Government writes on their blog about their plans for Identity adoption, and as they describe you can access an overview of the research they have conducted so far, along with a more detailed vision for their Alpha phase. This provides a highly detailed analysis of their decision process and fundamentals of Identity-enabled digital service design.
As Digit reports the Scottish Government has also signed a prototyping deal with Yoti: