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Single sign-on Login.gov accounts grow in US; still a long way to go

The U.S. government says 70 million Login.gov single sign-in accounts have been created, a 50 percent increase compared to a…


UAE makes its single sign-on service the front door for 6K private, public services

Single sign-on authentication service has been switched on for all services that the autocratic Arab Emirates offers online. The UAE…


UK’s One Login still has competition in government

An attractive element of the UK government’s latest single authentication program, One Login, is in its name: One Login. Generally,…


Scotland plans improvements to digital identity service based on pilot

The early returns on Scotland’s digital identity service are in, and the government is planning improvements based on the results….


UK’s One Login plugs along. 8 services on board, 92 more hoped for soon

It’s not what many would call inspiring progress, but the UK’s single-authentication government login program continues to move forward. Other,…


US pols go deeper investigating alleged Login.gov fraud

A U.S. congressional committee is not letting go of a prize bone it has been gnawing. The leaders of a…


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Texas preps for bids to upgrade its digital ID and IAM system

The U.S. state of Texas is planning to seek bids to update its digital ID system. As part of the…


Blair Institute: It’s possible to transform UK public services with digital ID

There are over 190 ways for people to access local and national government services in the United Kingdom, with 44…


Login.gov on its second life but it might not need many more

There is an ironic rule of thumb in journalism for measuring the significance of government news. It is not news…

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