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Thursday, 16 February 2017

HMRC Goes It Alone On Verification

HMRC has confirmed that it will go it alone and develop its own identity assurance solution to replace Government Gateway when it ends in March 2018 – rather than using the government’s flagship GOV.UK Verify.

Government Gateway allows individuals, businesses and agents to use government services online by proving and authenticating their identity, and currently has more than 50 million active accounts.

In theory HMRC will provide a more agile, flexible and secure set of services, and at a lower cost.

Let's see how this goes then!




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5 comments:

  1. Agile. Flexible. Secure. Lower cost. Yep, that sounds like something HMRC would deliver alright.

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  2. Yes-bugger the taxpayer, let's use something that won't work and will cost ten times as much over the next few years fixing it.

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  3. Do they know aomething about GOV.UK.Verify that Government experts don't know? Or is it a queston of a partnership with a 'preferred public sector partner'? Hint, follow the money as well as the revolving doors!

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    1. ???? Corruption in HMRC has happened in many forms!!!

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    2. Where are HMIC? When are they going to get that investigation into misconduct, past and present, started? What on earth are they waiting for?

      People have described HMRC management as psychopaths, and they must have their excessive powers curtailed until the guilty are brought to account.

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