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Collaboration Success Program Benefits, Schedule, and Phases

Program Benefits

Schedule

Phases

Program Benefits

The Collaboration Success Program (CSP) provides a cost-effective solution for identity and access management, including these benefits:

2022-23 Schedule

The CSP’s modular approach allows you to pick and choose the right tools to support your training and planning efforts, ensuring that you’ll hit the ground running when it’s time to start implementing. Here is the program’s timeline and steps.

Expression of interest: March – July 2022

  1. Complete a brief questionnaire to share your plans by July 15, 2022
  2. Talk with us about the program

Kickoff: September

  1. Meet your peers and program alumni in Slack
  2. Attend a kickoff meeting with experts to learn about the InCommon Trusted Access Program and how it could work for you
  3. Start to plan your project

Prepare: October – December

  1. Prepare by attending training workshops and community events
  2. Join by-weekly CSP labs for training opportunities, alumni case studies, and more
  3. Build and groom project plans with guidance from an IAM assessment

Prototype: January 2023

Get your hands dirty in a workbench made up of the InCommon Trusted Acess Platform components

Collaborate: January – May

  1. Connect with your peers and experts through bi-weekly office hours
  2. Attend additional training workshops

Wrap up and share: June

Share your experiences with the community

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Phases

Learn more about the CSP discovery phase and prototype and related plans. Want more detailed information? Learn about the program phases by downloading the phases chart!

Phase 1: Discovery

You’ll leave the Discovery Phase with a better idea of next steps, how others are using the InCommon Trusted Access Platform, and in-depth knowledge of your chosen software components.

Phase 2: Prototype and Plan

Prototype and Plan Phase During the Prototype and Plan Phase, you will:

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