If you look at every peer country to the U.S. there is either a robust digital identity program in place or a national initiative to get one under way. The UK, EU, Australia, and Canada all have distinct types of programs underway.

The U.S. does not need to take the same approach as these countries, but we do need to prioritize digital identity and create a distinctly American approach to addressing deficiencies in digital identity infrastructure that aligns with our values.

We go in-depth on this topic in the latest Insight & Analysis for The Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition. The full article can be found here.

Alex Botting & Jeremy Grant

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