Sub Aua Agreement

The Aadhaar authentication ecosystem has a provision in which any agency wishing to authenticate the aadhaar hairs of its customers/employees, etc., can contact an existing AUA (Authentication User Agency). Any agency that enters into an agreement with the AAU is defined as sub-AUA. Any agency wishing to become a direct AUA must enter into an agreement with UIDAI. In the event that our AUA licence is reintroduced in the future, this page contains the terms and conditions as well as the corresponding sub-AUA agreement, which may be concluded in the future, which will govern the terms of use of Aadhaar Bridge`s sub-AAA services. This page contains the terms of use of eSign, Aadhaar offline KYC, Video ID KYC, Hosted Aadhaar, eSign, eNACH, Aadhaar Vault Services. By accessing this site, you agree to the following conditions. But if the license is reintroduced, we will be able to access many Aadhaar-based services, including the Sub-AUA Services, as envisaged by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Veri5| Digital is a product of Khosla Labs Private Limited (« Khosla Labs »). An ASA may enter into a formal contract with auAs. UIDAI contains a number of proposed directives that can be included in the contract between an ASA and an AAU. However, any contract (and, if applicable, terms and conditions) between an ASA and AAU is left to the exclusive discretion of the signatory parties and UIDAI has no obligation to them.

Authentication Service Agency (ASA) – ASA is any entity that transmits authentication requirements on behalf of one or more AAAs to the CIDR. The ASA allows intermediaries to mediate. You have a secure connection with the CIDR and forward AAU authentication requests to the CIDR. THE ASA receive the response from CIDR and refer it to the AAU.

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