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Interest Period Extended for InCommon Collaboration Success Program 2023–2024 Cohort
If you haven’t already, let us know that you’re interested in working with your peers to achieve your identity and access management (IAM) goals faster, better, together. We have extended the expression of interest period for the InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP) 2023–2024 cohort until July 24. Why go it alone to achieve your IAM goals? CSP can help, and there’s still time to join us in the next cohort.
No matter the maturity of your IAM roadmap, you need to be at CSP.
Whether you are starting to brainstorm your identity and access management (lAM) roadmap and how the InCommon Trusted Access Platform may fit in – or you’re ready to move your implementation plans forward – CSP is where you need to be. And you’ll be in excellent company. More than 30 research and education organizations have participated in the program, which they give rave reviews:
“CSP was instrumental in helping our institution bring key components of our Identity and Access Management system across the finish line. We were guided through developing a project roadmap and given continued access to training and community experts. Being part of a cohort helped our staff focus on the implementation goals while being part of a larger team.”
— Todd Haddaway, UMBC (CSP Class of 2018)
“It’s been very gratifying to work with people, and I say work because CSP is for practitioners. We’re actually practicing what we’re learning. We’re doing the things that we need to do based on the information we receive when we pose various very specific questions.”
— Kathy Wright, Clemson University (CSP Class of 2022)
You will benefit from your peers’ expertise.
CSP 2022 – 2023 Cohort participant Erik Coleman, IAM architect at University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign, highlighted one of the program’s core advantages. “The greatest benefit is the ability to engage with peer institutions, whether it is to learn, commiserate, or just bounce off ideas with them,” he said. “Although we all have unique requirements and environments, there are a lot of similarities in the higher ed space. It’s sometimes easier to refactor someone else’s solution to fit your own rather than just staring at a blank page.”
Just as Erik described, CSP participants work together and with community experts to solve their challenges using the community-developed, standards-based software and services that comprise the InCommon Trusted Access Platform. Program benefits include:
- A hosted workbench to model your plans
- Registrations for InCommon software training and BaseCAMP
- Priority access and office hours with InCommon developers and community experts
- DevOps workshops
- Discounted training registration rates and extended access to resources for program alumni
Check out our April 2023 CSP webinar panel, “Getting IAM Done. Better. Faster. Together.” Panelists shared their experiences with the InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP) program and how it is helping them to achieve their IAM goals. Watch the recording | Download the slides
Additionally, if you would like more information about this fee-based program, please complete this form by July 24. (This is not a firm commitment; we’ll ask for that later.) We will follow up with you about your plans and fit for the program. Please visit our website for more details, including a timeline, or email email@example.com.