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Innovate Oklahoma Introduces Oklahoma Mobile ID

Oklahoma City, OK – Innovate Oklahoma, the state’s digital transformation program, announced today the availability of the official Oklahoma Mobile ID.

November 1st, 2019

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Innovate Oklahoma Introduces Oklahoma Mobile ID

Oklahoma City, OK – Innovate Oklahoma, the state’s digital transformation program, announced today the availability of the official Oklahoma Mobile ID.

November 1st, 2019

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Oklahoma takes first steps toward digital driver's licenses

The state of Oklahoma is offering a new Mobile Driver’s License Beta Program for up to 10,000 testers. This allows Oklahoma drivers to scan their license to have a digital copy of their ID on their smartphones. You will be able to use the Mobile ID for everything from buying alcohol, to getting pulled over by the police.

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August 26th, 2019

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Oklahoma takes first steps toward digital driver's licenses

The state of Oklahoma is offering a new Mobile Driver’s License Beta Program for up to 10,000 testers. This allows Oklahoma drivers to scan their license to have a digital copy of their ID on their smartphones. You will be able to use the Mobile ID for everything from buying alcohol, to getting pulled over by the police.

© 2019, KFOR, a Tribune Broadcasting Station

August 26th, 2019

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Oklahoma driver's license, meet smartphone

Oklahomans will soon have access to their own digital identification cards, but it could take some time for businesses and government agencies to accept them.

The first 1,000 people received an invite last month to download a smartphone app developed by Idemia, the same company that already manages much of the ID card infrastructure for Oklahoma and 34 other states.

©2019 The Oklahoman. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

August 19th, 2019

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Oklahoma driver's license, meet smartphone

Oklahomans will soon have access to their own digital identification cards, but it could take some time for businesses and government agencies to accept them.

The first 1,000 people received an invite last month to download a smartphone app developed by Idemia, the same company that already manages much of the ID card infrastructure for Oklahoma and 34 other states.

©2019 The Oklahoman. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

August 19th, 2019

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