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Transactions in the global economy and society rely upon trust, where each transacting party is confident that the other is who they claim to be, and that the information provided is true. How to ensure this trust in a digital world has become an increasingly important problem faced by governments and organizations around the globe, with massive implications on the health and vitality of the global economy.
To help address this challenge, the Digital Credentials and Self-Sovereign Identity workstream of the INATBA Governmental Advisory Body was convened by Canada. The focus was on leading a series of workshops to examine the technology and policy landscapes for digital credentials of INATBA-GAB members, identify the commonalities and gaps, and then develop recommendations for enabling interoperability and mutual support for digital credentials across borders.
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