... the unveiling
does not coincide
with the availability of the service ...
No need to say it, it goes without saying, it should be obvious to all but, just in case it isn't obvious to all, IDA is dead.
IDA is the Cabinet Office Identity Assurance programme. And it's dead.
GDS @gdsteam prepares for launch of identity assurance with unveling tomorrow of Gov.UK Verify : http://t.co/SKtMi6rbHn
1. All the rest of you editors have been scooped by Bryan Glick, the esteemed editor of Computer Weekly, who published GDS unveils 'Gov.UK Verify' public services identity assurance scheme yesterday:
You didn't know it was happening today (17.9.14), did you. And you didn't know that IDA had become Verify.
The Verify brand will be unveiled tomorrow (Wednesday 17 September 2014) as the public-facing name for the Identity Assurance Programme (IDAP), which the Government Digital Service (GDS) has been working on for the past three years.