Digital ID for Canadians
The Digital Identification and Authentication Council of Canada, known as the DIACC, is a non-profit coalition of public and private sector leaders committed to developing a Canadian framework for digital identification and authentication.
The framework is intended to enable Canadians to completely and securely participate in the global digital economy.
The objective is to establish a robust, secure, scalable, inclusive and privacy-enhancing digital ecosystem.
Together we can unlock opportunities for Canadians, decrease costs for governments, consumers, and business, improve service delivery, and drive GDP growth.
Download DIACC one-page overview: DIACC overview (English) DIACC overview (French)
DIACC advocates for an inclusive, privacy-enhancing digital ID strategy that works for all Canadians. In keeping with the DIACC’s commitment to full transparency and accountability, DIACC registers all applicable activities with the Office of the Lobbying Commissioner.