One of the biggest barriers to making government services digital is the ability for a user to prove who they are. Even services that can be partially undertaken digitally often need to be completed in person at a government shopfront.
A digital identity will give Australian people and businesses a single, secure way to use government services online.
Creating a digital identity is like doing a 100-point identification check. It removes the need to visit a government office with your identity documents. Creating and using a digital identity is a personal choice and is completely voluntary.
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Learn more about the digital identity ecosystem from policy and processes to technology, systems and standards.
Read about the benefits for service providers who join the digital identity program.
You can already use secure online services from banks, shops and airlines. Find out what a single digital identity could look like for government services.
The rules and standards for all providers and services within Australia's digital identity program.
This framework explains the requirements for issuing digital keys and certificates.
There’s a lot of specialised language in the digital identity program so we’ve put together a list of terms that we get asked about a lot.
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