An approach that is holistic, market-based and addresses the full scope and scale of the challenge
No government, company or agency can solve this challenge alone. Setting the future course of digital ID and navigating the associated risks is a challenge that requires sustained collaboration and global partnership.
The ID2020 Alliance is unique in its philosophy and transparent governance.
A global management consulting and professional services firm, Accenture joined as a founding partner in June 2017. Accenture representatives participate in ID2020’s Executive Board and Technical Advisory Committee.
Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance brings together public and private sectors with the shared goal of creating equal access to new and underused vaccines for children living in the world’s poorest countries. Dr. Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, sits on our Executive Board.
Since 1913, the Rockefeller Foundation has sought to improve the well-being of humanity around the world. The Rockefeller Foundation provided ID2020 with seed funding in in 2017 and has been an ongoing supporter of ID2020’s work.
The American multinational technology company joined ID2020 in January 2018 as a founding partner. Members of the Microsoft team sit on ID2020’s Technical and Program Delivery Advisory Committees.
Created by IDEO, the international design and consulting firm, to design products, services, and experiences to improve the lives of people in poor and vulnerable communities, IDEO.org joined ID2020 in 2018. IDEO.org is represented on our Program Delivery and Ecosystem & Advocacy Advisory Committees.
Mercy Corps is a global non-governmental, humanitarian aid organization. Mercy Corps participates in our Program Delivery Advisory Committee.
A non-profit organization seeking to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty, Kiva joined the Alliance in 2018. Kiva representatives sit on our Technical and Ecosystem & Advocacy Advisory Committees.
An umbrella project of open source blockchains and related tools, Hyperledger works at the frontier of emerging technology. Hyperledger joined the alliance in 2018. Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director, participates in our Technical Advisory Committee.
An international non-profit organization dedicated to using biometrics to improve lives through digital identity, iRespond is a partner in our ongoing pilot project in the Mae La Camp.
A global confederation of 14 members working to fight poverty in 95 countries, Care International joined ID2020 in 2019.
A nonprofit startup from the University of Cambridge, Simprints builds biometric fingerprint technology to broaden and streamline access to services. Simprints joined the Alliance in 2018 and is represented on our Ethics and Risks Advisory Committee.
Offering ICT solutions across fifteen specialized UN Agencies, the International Computing Center operates at the cutting edge of innovation in the UN ecosystem. ICC joined ID2020 in 2018.
By advancing integrated locally driven solutions, FHI360 works to improve lives. FHI360 joined ID2020 in 2018.
A premier research institution, the CITRIS Policy Lab advances knowledge on a variety of subject areas, including the impact of emerging technologies on development. CITRIS joined the Alliance in 2019.
Copperfield Advisory, a boutique strategic communications advisory firm, provides pro bono support to ID2020.
Chapman and Cutler LLP offers ongoing, pro-bono legal services to ID2020.
The Alliance, a collaborative effort of global
partners, is solving for scale from day one