MyGov app facing overhaul to centralise online identification

Audit review of government tool housing Medicare and Centrelink services recommends significant changes

The federal government’s much-malinged myGov app faces an overhaul and could soon be used for online identity verification, as well as an increasing number of government services.

An audit review, undertaken by former Telstra chief executive David Thodey and a panel of experts appointed by the Albanese government in September last year, recommended a significant overhaul of myGov, which houses Medicare and Centrelink.

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from Data and computer security | The Guardian