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D.C. Start-Up Takes on Big Tech in Race to Simplify Sign-ons

By March 8, 2017July 20th, 2022News

D.C. Startup Takes on Tech Giants in Battle for Single Sign-On

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“[A]longside these big companies, a little start-up called ID.me is betting on the the idea of an all-encompassing electronic sign-in. Originally founded as a sort of military-focused daily deals company, then named TroopSwap, the company now has a $19 million war chest to focus singularly on managing people’s identities.”

Mar. 8, 2017
By Aaron Gregg, The Washington Post

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Mar. 8, 2017
By Aaron Gregg, The Washington Post

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ID.me simplifies how individuals prove and share their identity online. ID.me’s next-generation identity platform meets the highest federal standards for online identity proofing and authentication, without compromising access for hard-to-identify groups. ID.me’s technology is used by almost 30MM individuals and 500 partners, including federal and state agencies, healthcare organizations, financial institutions, retailers, and nonprofits.