The Biden White House is following the lead set by the EU, UN & WEF to standardize digital identification via biometrics.

Following a recent World Economic Forum (WEF) report calling for digital ID, an updated version of the Biden Administration’s National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan has been published this month, outlining the President’s goals for the future of internet use, including digital identification via facial recognition biometrics.

Initiative 4.5.1 in the newly released version of the plan outlined public-private collaboration in advancing research into digital identification technologies such as identifying users by their faces, according to the document on page 53.

The responsible agency for the digital ID initiative is the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which indicates that the biometric identification system will be a standardized system that can be used in a wide array of applications.

Utilizing public-private partnerships implies big technology corporations will be utilized in its creation.

Possibly more alarming is the fact that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which formed following 9/11 and oversees the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), is a contributing entity to the digital ID initiative.

Another contributing agency is the General Services Administration (GSA) which seeks a ‘digital government‘.

The completion date listed for the facial recognition identification system is the second quarter of fiscal year 2025.

While this implementation plan is national in origin, it seeks to foster an international initiative of enhanced digital control, according to the document on page 56.

It has recently been reported that the EU and Australia are also working on a digital ID while the UN is already using a digital ID system within illegal alien camps in the third world to dispense food and a private cryptocurrency based on a digital ID is being dispensed to people globally.

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