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Proposed Identity Ecosystem Steering Group Workplan

With the inaugural meeting of the Steering Group less than two weeks away, many Identity Ecosystem stakeholders are anxious to learn more about what the Steering Group will do, and how the work will be organized. Today the National Program Office (NPO) is releasing a Proposed Workplan Outline to help address these questions and jumpstart the work of the Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IESG).  We are releasing this as a “discussion draft” produced by our office, solely to catalyze discussions among stakeholders, with an eye toward accelerating the work of the IESG in the months ahead.  In short, the outline translates the strategic goals and objectives described in the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) into concrete work streams for the Steering Group and its component working groups and committees. We encourage you to review the outline and consider the work proposed in the days ahead.  We welcome your insights and look forward to your collaboration at the first meeting of the IESG.
  • Register to attend the inaugural meeting in Chicago, August 15-16. Click here to learn more about the upcoming Steering Group meeting.
  • For an updated list of Steering Group members, click here.
  • Click here to view the list of nominees to lead the Steering Group.


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