The NIST-funded Digital Driver's License (DDL) pilot will run for two years. The pilot will be run in two phases, each about one year long:
- Phase 1 focuses on the enrollment process for a DDL, and establishing the fundamentals for the three main use cases: law enforcement verification, age verification and TSA verification.
- Phase 2 focuses on extending these use case application and to include online 'attribute sharing' with third party providers, whereby you can provide a trusted website (e.g., an airline or car rental agency) with verified information from your DDL.
The pilots run during these phases will cover organic day-to-day use as well as some staged events.
Below are the main milestones:
|October 2016||Pilot awarded, Phase 1 commenced||
|December 2016||All jurisdictions: Joint strategy session ||✔|
|January 2017||Maryland & DC: Use case workshops ||✔
|February 2017||Colorado: Use case workshop|| ✔ |
|March 2017||Idaho: Use case workshop||✔ |
|March 2017||Pilot participant selection || ✔ |
|May 2017||Pilot participant finalization|| ✔ |
|May 2017||Jurisdictional factory acceptance testing||✔ |
|June 2017||Regional pilot setup and preparation||In progress|
|July 2017||Pilot commences|| Colorado has begun|
|August 2017||Post-pilot data collection and initial results|| |
|September 2017||Full pilot analysis, conclusion, lessons learned, best practices|| |
|December 2017||Phase 2 commences|| |