Last updated: June 2023

What we're working on now

GOV.UK One Login user activity history SIGNED IN EXPERIENCE

Users will be able to view their GOV.UK One Login account activity history.

Common navigation header for services connected to GOV.UK One Login SERVICE TEAM ONBOARDING

Services using GOV.UK One Login will be able to use a common navigation header.

Two-factor authentication recovery SIGN IN

If users lose access to their two-factor authentication method, we’ll help them get back into their GOV.UK One Login.

Browser-based UK driving licence checks IDENTITY

Users will be able to enter details from their valid UK driving licence as part of proving their identity. This includes full and provisional photocard licences.

An admin tool for self-service testing SERVICE TEAM ONBOARDING

Service teams will be able to test GOV.UK One Login in our integration environment using our admin tool.

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App-based identity checks for biometric residence permits IDENTITY

In the ‘GOV.UK ID Check’ app, users can provide their biometric residence permit details as part of proving their identity. They can scan its chip using Near Field Communication also called NFC.

Identity checks will be saved for reuse SIGNED IN EXPERIENCE

Users' identity checks can automatically be saved to their GOV.UK One Login so they can be reused with other services.

Non-UK mobile numbers Sign in

Users can create their GOV.UK One Login using an international mobile phone number.

App-based identity checks for NFC-chipped passports IDENTITY

In the ‘GOV.UK ID Check’ app, users will be able to provide their passport details by scanning its chip using NFC. This includes UK and non-UK passports.

Services are shown in a user's GOV.UK One Login Signed in experience

Users can see and access all the services they’ve used with their GOV.UK One Login.

Welsh Sign in Identity

At the start of their journey, users can select to view it in English or Welsh.


As we’re still at an early stage, our plans may shift. We’ll update this page when this happens and add more detail when we can.

We’ll keep sharing in blog posts and at our regular cross-government show and tells too.

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