IRS to adopt Login.gov as user authentication tool
The Treasury agency has already made changes that mean taxpayers no longer have to disclose biometric data.
GSA won’t use facial recognition with Login.gov for now
The agency's secure sign-in team continues to research the technology and to conduct equity and accessibility studies.
Achieve equitable and secure access to citizen services with identity proofing
Blake Hall, CEO for ID.me, joins Scoop News Group to discuss how federal and state agencies can improve citizen access through portable identity proofing.
How Arizona saved $40 billion in payouts on fraudulent unemployment claims
A new report looks at how states like Arizona are adopting modern identity verification tools to save billions in fraud and provide benefits to eligible claimants.
ID.me brings virtual identity proofing to the VA
The digital offering allows veterans to verify their identities via video chat, saving a visit to the nearest VA field office.
Connect.gov credential providers hope for widespread agency use
Connect.gov is live in its first phase, but only a few agencies so far have agreed to use the uniform digital credential platform. However, as the service matures and its benefits are realized, ID.me, one of the credential-providing partners on the project, believes that will change.