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What do YOU think about Digital Identity in Open Government?

Author: Mark Dixon
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
5:09 pm

Yesterday, I blogged about an Open Government Workshop to be held at MIT on January 15th to address the role of Digital Identity in modern government.   You can participate in framing the discussion by participating in this online forum.  Please take a few minutes to read questions others have submitted and vote on which topics you think are most relevant.
Here are the five questions I submitted:

  • How can personal Digital Identity attributes be leveraged to personalize the interaction a citizen has with a government agency while protecting confidential citizen information?
  • How can Digital Identity be leveraged to effectively enable citizen/government interaction without using a National ID card system?
  • How can static Digital Identity attributes (e.g. name, age) be combined or blended with contextual attributes (e.g. location, current interest) to enrich citizen/government interaction without compromising confidential information?
  • How can confidential Digital Identity attributes provided by a citizen to one organization or agency be effectively used for an overall citizen/government experience without divulging that information to other organizations?
  • Are there ways Digital Identity systems employed by private enterprise be leveraged to provide e-government authentication and authorization services?

What are yours?

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