Head of Business Development
Tel. 01506 283824
or go to the Service Providers' Portal, which provides news, information and resources to assist in the integration of myaccount. These include documentation, policies, guidance and code snippets. To access the resources, visit the portal and either sign in with your myaccount or register for one.
If you would like to register with myaccount or get more information about using myaccount as a citizen, please visit http://signin.mygovscot.org
If you are a service provider and would like more information about using myaccount in your organisation, please contact:
myaccount is based around four services:
myaccount sign-in: a secure single sign-in capability that service providers can use for their web-facing applications. It includes tools for service providers to set up services and for service users to manage their accounts and subscriptions.
myaccount data: a data management service that maintains high levels of accuracy for myaccount records and gives service providers tools to improve the quality and accuracy of their own local data.
myaccount verify: a set of tools and business processes to validate and verify individuals and register service users for the myaccount service, and to resolve temporary person and address records.
myaccount notify: a secure notification and messaging service for keeping service providers informed of changes in circumstances for their registered users. It also includes trust brokerage facilities to allow service providers to feed back transactional privilege elevations so that assurance levels can be managed and maintained.
For more information about all these services, download the myaccount Service Catalogue.
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