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Annual Report 2018: NIST/ITL Cybersecurity Program

Author(s)
Patrick D. O'Reilly, Kristina G. Rigopoulos, Larry Feldman, Gregory A. Witte
Title III of the E-Government Act of 2002, entitled the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) of 2002, requires NIST to prepare an annual public

Targeted enrichment of 28Si thin films for quantum computing

Author(s)
Ke Tang, Hyun S. Kim, Aruna N. Ramanayaka, David S. Simons, Joshua M. Pomeroy
We report on the growth of isotopically enriched 28Si epitaxial films with precisely controlled enrichment levels, ranging from natural abundance ratio of 92.2%

SI Base Units Relationships Poster

Author(s)
Eite Tiesinga, Kristen A. Dill, David B. Newell
This publication is a colorful poster illustrating the relationships of the International System of Units (SI) derived units with special names and symbols and

Digital Identity Guidelines: Authentication and Lifecycle Management [includes updates as of 03-02- 2020]

Author(s)
Paul A. Grassi, James L. Fenton, Elaine M. Newton, Ray A. Perlner, Andrew R. Regenscheid, William E. Burr, Justin P. Richer, Naomi B. Lefkovitz, Jamie M. Danker, Yee-Yin Choong, Kristen Greene, Mary F. Theofanos
These guidelines provide technical requirements for federal agencies implementing digital identity services and are not intended to constrain the development or
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