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The federal government will spend $250 million over the next five years to upgrade online systems so Australians can access more government services using facial recognition.

Experts, however, have pointed to potential challenges around implementation and adoption.

The funding will form part of an $800 million digital technology package in next week’s budget.

More than 1.6 million people and 1.16 million businesses already use the Digital Identity Program, which streamlines access to 70 government services.

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