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. ...

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