Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) combines digital IDs, CBDCs, vaccine passports, and carbon tracking data for surveillance and control. Sold as a means for inclusion and progress, DPI is seen as a technocratic governance system. The G20 endorses DPI, including programmable CBDCs, and digital IDs, promoting a comprehensive digital health ecosystem. India's digital identity architect, Nandan Nilekani, advocates DPI for various purposes, from tax collection to climate adaptation. The World Economic Forum and the UN emphasize that DPI relies on digital IDs, payments, and data exchange protocols. DPI's implementation aims to restrict consumption, purchases, and mobility, enabling social credit systems and 15-minute smart cities, subject to government mandates.