Government Access Cards: A key to fraud and identity theft reduction?

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Conference paper developed and presented at the Records Management Association of Australasia's 25th International Convention organised in Sydney Australia during September 2008.

Paper aims to provide a history of three government-sponosored identity programs in the USA (Real-ID), Australia (Health and Welfare Access Card) and the United Kingdom (identity Card) and gives an analysis of claims by proponents that implementing a compulsory national identity programs reduces fraud against the public purse and cases of identity theft

The paper concludes by asking the question - is having such a program worthwhile?

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