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A virtual workshop on February 1, 2023 will introduce the initial public drafts of two NIST Special Publications (SPs):
These two draft SPs complement FIPS 201-3, which defines the requirements and characteristics of government-wide interoperable identity credentials used by federal employees and contractors.
For workshop details and registration instructions, visit the workshop homepage.