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How will they measure up? RTI awarded to evaluate the class of 2016 state and local pilots!

NIST is the federal government’s measurement agency. While the ultimate goal is innovation and adoption in the market, we need to know that the solutions being deployed present an advance for organizations and individuals alike. Measurement is critical to understanding what solutions work and how effectively we’re spending taxpayer dollars.

Today, we’re announcing the winner of this spring’s competition to assess our 2016 round of pilot projects. Assessments of pilot projects will help us—the identity community—understand the most successful technologies and approaches and improve decision making for anyone looking to invest in identity solutions. Continue reading

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New pilot opportunity: health records + federated identity = a better online experience

Say you’ve just had a procedure done at a hospital. This means new electronic medical records – but it likely also means a new account and yet another password to remember. When your healthcare team includes primary care physicians, dentists, allergists, and more, the number of accounts you have to remember can really add up. Continue reading

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BREAKING NEWS: New Privacy Pilot Federal Funding Opportunity

The NSTIC NPO has just announced a brand new funding opportunity with a special focus on privacy enhancing technologies. NSTIC is soliciting applications from eligible applicants to pilot privacy-enhancing technologies that embrace and advance the NSTIC vision and contribute to the maturity of the Identity Ecosystem the NSTIC envisions: promote secure, privacy-enhancing, and user-friendly ways to give individuals and organizations convenience in their online interactions. Continue reading

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