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18
Nov.
2022

Community

Brought to You by Community: InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations Under Review for 2023

By Ann West, Associate Vice President for Trust and Identity, Internet2, and Executive Director, InCommon

Engagement with the community is the foundation of how we operate at InCommon. We appreciate the variety of ways our community comes together to develop best practices, guide the adoption of new technologies, and identify and resolve common challenges in research and education.  InCommon’s Advisory Committees are essential to…

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15
Nov.
2022

Community

Get IAM Done. Better. Faster. Together.

By Apryl Motley, Technical Writer & Communications Lead, Internet2 Trust and Identity/NET+ Service

2022-23 InCommon Collaboration Success Program Cohort Currently Under Way Collaboration around access and identity lifecycle management continues. The 2022-23 Cohort of the InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP) kicked off in September. There are nine institutions participating in this year’s cohort: Tufts UniversityUniversity of New BrunswickUniversity of California, Santa…

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19
Oct.
2022

Community

Our Valued Volunteers: Q&A with Keith Wessel, Principal Identity and Access Management Specialist – University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

 By Apryl Motley, CAE - InCommon Communications Lead

With this year’s Call for InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations in full swing, we are  highlighting some of our current and past volunteers from the community. (You can volunteer too! Submit your nomination by October 21.) Five years ago, Keith Wessel began serving on the…

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05
Oct.
2022

Community

Our Valued Volunteers: 5 Questions for Josh Drake

By Apryl Motley, CAE, Communications Lead, InCommon

With this year’s Call for InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations currently underway, we are highlighting some of our current and past volunteers from the community. (You can volunteer too! Submit your nomination by October 21.) Josh Drake was a member of the Community Architecture Committee for Trust and Identity…

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20
Sep.
2022

Community

Our Valued Volunteers: 5 Questions for David Bantz,  IAM – University of Alaska 

By Apryl Motley, CAE - InCommon Communications Lead

Did you know that in 2021 InCommon volunteers collectively contributed 2,343 hours of time to help move the IAM community forward? We couldn’t do all we do without our valued volunteers. With this year’s Call for InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations currently underway, we are  highlighting some of our current and…

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19
Aug.
2022

Community

Federated Identity Management Cookbook: New Community Resource Offers Primer, Time-Tested Recipes for IdM

By Amber Rasche - Senior Communications Specialist, Internet2

Eric Scott and Josh Drake CI Compass and its Identity Management (IdM) Working Group recently published The Federated Identity Management Cookbook, a new resource that provides time-tested recipes for building IdM capabilities for research cyberinfrastructure. It also serves as a primer on IdM concepts,…

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17
Aug.
2022

Community

Bring Your Unique Expertise to InCommon Advisory Committees

By Apryl Motley, InCommon Communications Lead

InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations Now Open InCommon seeks enthusiastic volunteers to serve on its advisory committees. We invite your nominations for membership, including self-nominations. The window for nominations closes on Friday, October 21, 2022, and new terms start in January 2023. To submit a nomination, complete the Advisory Committee nomination…

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21
Jul.
2022

Community

Up for Discussion: Remote ID Verification for Password Recovery

Edited by Apryl Motley, CAE - InCommon Communications Lead

Editor’s Note: Collaboration among IAM professionals through the InCommon community is proof positive that many heads are often better than one. Exchanges between peers via InCommon’s discussion list in particular illustrate community members’ willingness to work together to explore issues and problems of common interest.  Beginning this month, we plan…

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