E-authentication plan made, under wraps

The State Services Commission's e-government unit has put a proposal to government on an appropriate strategy for electronic authentication of users of e-government services.

The State Services Commission’s e-government unit has put a proposal to government on an appropriate strategy for electronic authentication of users of e-government services.

But the decision will not be released until government – ultimately, Cabinet – has approved the chosen course.

The proposal follows a period of consultation with the public and government agencies (E-govt asks about authentication).

Until government has pronounced on the proposal, “we can’t discuss what we’ve proposed, or release any analysis of the public consultation”, says an SSC spokesperson.

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