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Press release archive

Federal Funding Opportunity Solicits Projects That Support Online Privacy (2015) | more

NIST Announces Pilot Grants Competition to Improve Security and Privacy of Online Identity Verification Systems (2015) | more

Three Pilot Projects Receive Grants to Improve Online Security and Privacy (2014) | more

NIST Awards Grants to Improve Online Security and Privacy (2013) | more

Grants to Two States Will Support Improved Access to Services and Reduce Fraud (2013) | more

NIST Solicits Proposals for 2013 Grants to Advance Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (2013) | more

Five Pilot Projects Receive Grants to Promote Online Security and Privacy (2012) | more

Steering Group for Identity Ecosystem Hosts First Meeting (2012) | more

NIST Announces Funding to Form Steering Group to Support Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (2012) | more

NIST Seeks Proposals for Projects to Improve Trust in Cyberspace (2012) | more

NIST Report Recommends New Privately Led Steering Group to Drive Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (2012) | more

NIST to Fund Pilot Projects that Advance Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (2012) | more

March Workshop to Support Trusted IDs in Cyberspace (2012) | more

Administration Releases Strategy to Protect Online Consumers and Support Innovation and Fact Sheet on National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (2011) | more

Jeremy Grant Selected to Manage Establishment of National Program Office for NSTIC (2011) | more

 

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Created July 10, 2017, Updated October 3, 2017