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Australia Eyes Trusted Digital Identity Bill

Australia Eyes Trusted Digital Identity Bill

♦ Australia eyes Trusted Digital Identity Bill with digital and data ministers making a stronger commitment to move towards the rollout of a national digital ID system.

In a recent meeting, the ministers agreed to “actively explore” the digital ID implementation process and to make adjustments to the way personal data is collected, reported and shared.

This latest move by the federal digital and data ministers, alongside colleagues at the state and territory level, follows previous similar resolves to bring the digital ID project, which started in 2015, to fruition so that Australians can create online accounts to access government services.

“Ministers agreed to actively explore adopting a national digital identity ecosystem,” said Innovation Aus recently. “All governments are working closely to turn this commitment into tangible benefits for all Australians.

“This whole-of-economy solution would deliver significant economic benefits for Australia and support Australia’s vision to be a leading digital economy and society by 2030. Ministers also noted the critical importance of interoperability and mutual recognition of digital credentials.”

Although the Trusted Digital Identity Bill is yet to be passed, some states such as Western Australia have unveiled their own digital ID roadmaps.

The bill is a draft piece of legislation defining the establishment, organization and functioning of the proposed trusted digital ID system which has so far gulped a reported AUS$450 million (US$337 million) since it was initiated.

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