GSA Hits First Deadline on New Federal Identity Management Policy

The Trump administration issued a new policy in May regarding how people, devices and bots are credentialed and granted access to federal systems. With the arrival of August comes the first deadline under this new policy: for the General Services Administration to create a catalog of approved identity, credential and access management, or ICAM, products and services for agencies to buy.

GSA had three months from the issuance of the policy to develop the catalog, which the agency released Monday.

The list includes 14 products and services, all available through different special item numbers, or SINs, on GSA’s IT Schedule 70, or through other GSA services, such as Login.gov for electronic identity management and USAccess for physical access card services.

Read more at NextGov

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