By Apryl Motley - Technical Writer & Communications Lead, Internet2 Trust and Identity/NET+ Service
We have extended the expression of interest period for the InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP) 2022–2023 cohort until August 12. There’s still time to join us for the most collaborative program designed specifically for identity and access management in the research and education community.
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.
“The CSP program is a very well constructed accelerator for moving quickly and getting a lot of knowledge. Joining it was exactly what was needed for where we were in our strategic effort.” – Bruce Vincent, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
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 structured peer network
- Priority access to and office hours with InCommon developers and community experts
- Registrations for InCommon software training and BaseCAMP
- A hosted workbench to model your plans
- DevOps workshops
- Discounted training registration rates and extended access to resources for program alumni
Check out this recording from the April installment of our IAM Online webinar series, which provides more detail: “The Collaboration Success Program: Getting IAM Done, Together.”
Interested in learning more? If you would like more information about how this fee-based program can move your IAM efforts forward, please complete this form by August 12. (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 firstname.lastname@example.org.