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, now known as "GOV.UK Verify (RIP)",
is the Cabinet Office Identity Assurance programme.
And it's dead.
|GOV.UK Verify (RIP)|
|"Identity provider"||GPG45 service||Applied for||Granted ("no. of profiles")|
|Barclays||Identity Assurance and Provisioning||28 September 2015|
|digidentity||Identity Provider Service for Verify||30 April 2015 (4)|
|Experian||IDaaS||21 October 2014 (4)|
|GBGroup||ID3global||12 February 2015 (2)|
|Morpho||secureidentity||19 November 2015|
|Post Office||IDA||24 February 2014, lapsed February 2015|
|Verizon||UIS||11 February 2015 (5)|
|Not an "identity provider" mentioned by GDS|
|Equifax||Identity Verifier for IdP||10 December 2014 (2)|
The Government Digital Service (GDS) want to build trust in their GOV.UK Verify (RIP) identity assurance scheme by being open, "the sunlight of transparency is making things better".