Various problems however were highlighted by the March 2017 National Audit Office (NAO) report, Digital transformation in government , including that the Verify platform missed its original 2012 live implementation date by nearly four years.
Nine of the 12 services available when Verify finally launched in May 2016 also offered alternative ways for users to identify and authenticate themselves, confusing the online experience for users.
Many users drop out of the process without success.
Or choose an alternate option if required.e) Click OK to close out.
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The original business case for building the Verify platform relied upon the reasonable assumption that major departments, such as HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), would make extensive use of it.
However, HMRC has suggested that it will proceed instead with an earlier, alternative approach based around enhancing the existing Government Gateway service – which supports not only citizens, but intermediaries and businesses too.