A presentation at the October 2015 Internet2 Technology Exchange. Enabling researchers to provision and manage their own collaborations in a straightforward manner is the goal of the FEDUSHARE project. To provide investigator self-managed collaboration, we undertake the design of a middleware architectural framework that turns current models upside down by modeling collaboration from the user’s perspective rather than from the organizational/administrative perspective. We leverage existing federated campus Identity and Access Management (IAM) infrastructure and expertise to accomplish the desired transparent access. We call this framework “FeduShare”. During our presentation, we will demonstrate an in-production ssh console logon across campuses using Shibboleth ECP and updated GSS-ECP client/server components. We will also describe an open source ECP based mobile authentication solution that occurred as a side effect of our work. This work is funded by NSF Grant No. ACI-1440609 and includes participants from Clemson, U Utah, NCSA/XSEDE, and BBN (GeNi office).