MyDigital ID registration progressing in phases, says Rafizi


KUALA LUMPUR: The MyDigital ID registration process is progressing in phases before being fully integrated into all government apps, starting with civil servants, says Rafizi Ramli.

The Economy Minister said the registration process would continue until November.

"The requirement for verification is higher and has to be done manually. The priority is on biometrics and the scaling-up process is underway.

"This is being carried out in phases, starting with those in the civil service," said Rafizi after launching the Oil and Gas Services Equipment Census 2024 here on Thursday (June 6).

He added that MyDigital ID's integration into government apps would also occur in phases.

MyDigital ID is a form of individual digital identification and verification that will benefit both the public and private sectors by confirming users’ identities when conducting online transactions.

Mimos was allocated RM80mil by the Prime Minister in an announcement on 21 November last year to speed up its implementation.

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