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ID4D Practitioner’s Guide (Inglês)

The focus of this Guide is on the design and implementation of digital ID systems that provide people with proof of legal identity, which is commonly needed to access basic services, rights, and protections. This primarily includes foundational ID systems—such as civil registries, national IDs, population registers, etc.—that are created to serve as authoritative sources of legal identity information for the general population and to provide proof of identity for a variety of public and private sector use cases. In addition to foundational digital ID systems provided centrally by the government, the Guide also covers government-recognized forms of digital ID that may be provided in partnership with the private sector. However, it does not discuss many other types of digital ID systems, such as those provided by the private sector solely for customer identification (e.g., for social media).


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    international covenant on civil and political right; data needs; criminal justice data; personal data; legal and regulatory framework; Information and Education Campaigns; information security management system; information and communication technology; unauthorized access to data; Orphans and Vulnerable Children; lower levels of literacy; cost of remittance transfer; modes of service delivery; social and economic development; violation of due process; absence of birth registration; person with disability; grievance redress mechanism; proof of identity; law and regulation; Data Protection; Identification for Development; risk of exclusion; data protection law; civil registration systems; people with disability; social security number; international good practice; social protection program; sensitive personal information; sensitive personal data; existing legal framework; barriers to inclusion; code of conduct; public key infrastructure; population by region; open source software; integrity of data; financial service provider; right of individual; private sector actors; sparsely populated areas; barrier to participation; million people; private sector entities; privileges and immunity; billion people; business continuity plan; universal birth registration; time and resource; penetration by hacker; prevalence of persons; choice of provider; personally identifiable information; credit reporting system; social accountability mechanism; authentication of identity; primary account number; virtual private network; equality of access; education for all; identification of data; social development plan; personal identification number; cross border trader; subscriber identification module; private sector service; radio frequency identification; profile of individual; civil society actor; digital signature use; allocation of risk; application program interface; software source code; risk of fraud; local government official; access to facility; trafficking of woman; private sector institutions; fee for service; restrictions on imports; use of technology; quality of supply; private sector involvement; economies of scale; brute force attack; living in poverty; labor market opportunities; public sector saving; direct cash payment; protection of minorities; intellectual property rights; due diligence requirement; measurement of performance; conditions for exit; gender and law; trusted third party; infant mortality rate; top down approach; government information system; inclusion of women; safety net program; number of systems; Internally Displaced Person; social service agencies; transfer of data; proof of citizenship; denial of access; change in technology; data entry errors; Public Health Emergency; low income people; security of data; assessment of risk; public awareness campaign; different legal system; types of procurement; confidentiality of data; independent regulatory body; Learning and Innovation Credit; violation of privacy; Check and Balances; information security officer; efficiency and quality; quantitative data collection; private sector association; planning and design; search and seizure; access to care; European Economic Area; elimination of barrier; across national border; innovation in service; availability of information; disaster recovery plan; legally binding agreement; change management process; least developed country; Demographic and Health; law enforcement authority; return on investment; duplication of efforts; better government service; information and awareness; choice of technology; types of transactions; cash transfer program; poor road condition; mobile id applications; method of encryption; lack of accessibility; capacity building plan; security operations center; single service provider; data security standard; credit rating agencies; credit rating agency; road and transportation; cause of death; file complaints; civil society consultation; civil society representatives; invasion of privacy; population at risk



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