FIPS 201, Personal Identity Verification (PIV) for federal employees and contractors will be going through a third revision soon. In preparation for the revision, NIST invites federal departments and agencies’ representatives to participate in this government-only meeting to discuss the change requests accumulated over the past five years. The goal of the meeting is to re-affirm the change requests and refine them if needed to reflect business requirements that may have changed over the years. Topics of discussion include Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and non-PKI Derived PIV credentials, federation schemes, remote supervised identity proofing, and facility access, among other topics. Please join us at NIST Headquarters in Gaithersburg, MD on January 29, 2019.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND FROM AGENCIES: The event is intended to have the participation of all Federal Departments and agencies. In particular, personnel responsible for enterprise-wide ICAM policy and personnel responsible for its implementation as it relates to HSPD-12/the PIV Standard (e.g. identity proofing/enrollment, credential lifecycles, and credential use in PACS and LACS). The meeting will cover the priority change requests that drive the revision – including alignment with the draft OMB Identity Policy. This is an interactive meeting to give representatives a chance to briefly discuss these change requests. Comments can also be received after-meeting.
The scope of the meeting is HSPD-12’s identity credentials and its use in authentication. It will not address topic outside the scope of HSPD-12 such as access control policies, requirements for temporary credential or alternative credentials.