This 1-day workshop / public meeting on Open Government Identity Management Solutions Privacy appears to be free (except lunch is "on own"!) but registration is on a first come first served basis - it certainly sounds worth signing up if you're going to be in Washington DC next Monday.
Organised by the Information Card Foundation with the U.S. General Service Administration (GSA) and other Internet identity organizations, the agenda includes discussion of open trust frameworks and privacy issues, in particular a couple of US Federal ICAM (Identity, Credential and Access Management) papers of 8 July 2009:
- "Trust Framework Provider Adoption Process for Levels of Assurance 1, 2, and non-PKI 3"
- "Identity Scheme Adoption Process"
I'm not able to go, obviously - so I hope there will be full reports of the event, which sounds very interesting.
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