'Verify' and 'TCEP' programmes deemed unachievable by UK government projects watchdog

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Verify and Transforming Compliance Enforcement Programme red-flagged by Infrastructure Projects Authority

The issues surrounding the UK government's flagship digital identity projects 'Verify' and the 'Transforming Compliance Enforcement Programme' are impossible to be solved. That's according to th...

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