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Briefing Day 11/10/2010 IdM Toolkit Pilots


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Identity Management Toolkit Pilots - JISC funded 15/10 Call. Briefing Day 11 Oct 2010

Identity Management Toolkit Pilots - JISC funded 15/10 Call. Briefing Day 11 Oct 2010

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    • 1. 10/12/2010| | Slide 1
      Identity Management Toolkit Pilots
      Briefing Day – 11 Oct 2010
      Christopher Brown,
      Joint Information Systems Committee
      Supporting education and research
    • 2. JISC Grant Funding 15/10 – the detail
      Identity Management Toolkit Pilots
      Total Funding of £200k
      3-6 projects
      Could fund one large project and two smaller ones
      Project Duration:
      approx. 3-6 months between Feb – Aug 2011
      11/10/2010 | Slide 2
    • 3. Aimed at executive and technical staff in HE & FE
      Review, assess and improve performance of IdM
      Raise and maintain awareness, importance and key issues of IdM
      Launched UCISA/JISC conferences Spring 2010
      IdM Toolkit - background
      11/10/2010 |Slide 3
    • 4. Why the call? Benefits
      Institutional Benefits
      Institutions assess and review their IdM processes and policies
      Cost savings from using and acting on advice in the Toolkit
      Toolkit Benefits
      Tests the Toolkit through implementation
      Increase the uptake of the Toolkit
      Not a static Toolkit
      Further develop its usefulness
      11/10/2010 |Slide 4
    • 5. Why the call? Outputs
      Project Outputs
      Case Studies implementing the Toolkit (flexible on format)
      Show its effectiveness at improving institutional processes and policies
      Estimates of cost savings made by implementing the Toolkit
      Short timescales so cannot afford to be too ambitious
      Better to concentrate on fewer parts of the toolkit than try to cover the whole thing
      Must engage with creators of the Toolkit:
      11/10/2010 |Slide 5
    • 6. Implementing the Toolkit Sections’
      11/10/2010 |Slide 6
      IdM Governance and Policies
      An Institutional Roadmap for IdM
      IdM Systems, Components and Functions
      Gap Analysis
      Case Studies
      Defining Institutional Requirements
      Designing and Managing an IdM Project
      Discovering and Auditing Current Institutional IdM
      Selecting Supplier Solutions
    • 7. Risks
      Do you have to recruit new staff?
      Try to cover too many parts of the Toolkit.
      Project Management overheads with a collaboration.
      Please clarify in plan and risk analysis
      11/10/2010 |Slide 7
    • 8. 11/10/2010 |Slide 8
      Key Information
      • Deadline for submission by email: 12 noon Monday 15 Nov 2010
      • 9. Submissions to ID-BIDS@JISC.AC.UK
      • 10. Evaluation panel: 15 December
      • 11. Successful bidders notified by week commencing 20 December 2010
      • 12. Projects to start 1st February 2011
      • 13. Projects to complete by 31st August 2011
    • Blog:
      Netvibes (#jiscaim):
      Call queries:
      Toolkit queries:
      Identity Mgmt Matters Event – 16 November 2010, Aston Univ.
      11/10/2010 |Slide 9
    • 14. Show of hands
      11/10/2010 |Slide 10
      • Do you want to discuss the strand in more detail in the break?