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Fall 2008 Internet 2 Member Meeting: Discussion of Federation as a may to allow constituents to access government services using their organizational userid and password.

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Internet2 Member Meeting

  1. 1. Federation & eGovernment Fall 2008 Internet2 Member Meeting Tuesday, Oct. 14, 8:45 am to 10 am Napoleon Ballroom B/C New Orleans, Louisiana Jim Angus angusj@mail.nih.gov www.linkedin.com/in/JimAngus
  2. 2. Issues of Identity What does it mean?
  3. 3. Issues of Identity What does it mean? easy authorized access to applications across diverse & distributed communities of interest scalable across heterogeneous, distributed environments
  4. 4. Issues of Identity What does it really mean?
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  7. 7. Issues of Identity Where are we now?
  8. 8. Issues of Identity What does it mean? easy authorized access to applications across diverse & distributed communities of interest scalable across heterogeneous, distributed environments
  9. 9. Why Federation?
  10. 10. Why Federation? eGovernment Goal: Initiatives are Operational and Yield Benefits cost reduction response time burden reduction improved citizen service etc. www.whitehouse.gov/omb/egov/2003egov_strat.pdf
  11. 11. Why Federation? electronic Research Administration
  12. 12. eRA is in use by over 100,000 individual researchers and about 9,500 research institutions worldwide
  13. 13. eRA is in use by over 100,000 individual researchers and about 9,500 research institutions worldwide User accounts are currently provided and maintained by the NIH
  14. 14. eRA is in use by over 100,000 individual researchers and about 9,500 research institutions worldwide User accounts are currently provided and maintained by the NIH
  15. 15. eRA is in use by over 100,000 individual researchers and about 9,500 research institutions worldwide I forgot my password.
  16. 16. eRA is in use by over 100,000 individual researchers and about 9,500 research institutions worldwide My password is expired.
  17. 17. eRA is in use by over 100,000 individual researchers and about 9,500 research institutions worldwide I forgot my userid.
  18. 18. http://www.enigmagraphics.com/illusthelpdesk.shtml
  19. 19. Pete Morton Acting Program Manager, eRA
  20. 20. My “visionary goal” is to use federated access to first make the government a single entity that a citizen can log into... Pete Morton Acting Program Manager, eRA
  21. 21. My “visionary goal” is to use federated access to first make the government a single entity that a citizen can log into... ...and then select and use the services of choice... without having to re-logon. Pete Morton Acting Program Manager, eRA
  22. 22. If you think about it, accomplishing this will also put pressure on the government ... Pete Morton Acting Program Manager, eRA
  23. 23. If you think about it, accomplishing this will also put pressure on the government ... ...to have similar looks and feels regardless of the agency. Pete Morton Acting Program Manager, eRA
  24. 24. If you think about it, accomplishing this will also put pressure on the government ... ...to have similar looks and feels regardless of the agency. Pete Morton Acting Program Manager, eRA This is a good thing.
  25. 25. Federation - the present NIH Network for Public Information Officers
  26. 26. NIH Network for Public Information Officers the first federated application at the NIH the first external Sharepoint application at the NIH Building for the future... same audience as eRA Building a community of PIOs in a secure environment Using Sharepoint 2007 for ease of development
  27. 27. Let’s take a look...
  28. 28. Let’s take a look...
  29. 29. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL
  30. 30. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP
  31. 31. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP user selects the kind of login & system “notes” the organization
  32. 32. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP user selects the kind of login & system “notes” the organization research organization NIH
  33. 33. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP user selects the kind of login & system “notes” the organization research organization NIH system redirects to appropriate login screen for authentication
  34. 34. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP user selects the kind of login & system “notes” the organization research organization NIH system redirects to appropriate login screen for authentication organization login NIH login
  35. 35. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP user selects the kind of login & system “notes” the organization research organization NIH system redirects to appropriate login screen for authentication organization login NIH login application grants access with specific permissions
  36. 36. user enters URL & system “notes” the URL HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP user selects the kind of login & system “notes” the organization research organization NIH system redirects to appropriate login screen for authentication organization login NIH login application grants access with specific permissions PIO-Net
  37. 37. HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP research organization NIH organization login NIH login PIO-Net
  38. 38. HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP research organization NIH federation NIHEXT organization login NIH login PIO-Net
  39. 39. HOME Wiki PIO-Net VIP research organization NIH organization login NIH login PIO-Net
  40. 40. Where are you from?
  41. 41. user enters URL ocpl.od.nih.gov
  42. 42. user enters URL ocpl.od.nih.gov
  43. 43. user enters URL redirects to ocpl.od.nih.gov login screen
  44. 44. user chooses account type
  45. 45. user chooses account type
  46. 46. federation login user chooses or account type NIH account
  47. 47. if NIH then NIH login
  48. 48. If user chooses “research orgs”
  49. 49. If user chooses “research orgs”
  50. 50. If user chooses select org from list “research orgs”
  51. 51. external users may be federated OR NIH external If user chooses select org from list “research orgs”
  52. 52. federated users are directed to their own login screen
  53. 53. after login users are redirected to the NIH PIO-Net
  54. 54. PIO-Net
  55. 55. PIO-Net
  56. 56. PIO-Net
  57. 57. PIO-Net
  58. 58. PIO-Net
  59. 59. PIO-Net
  60. 60. PIO-Net
  61. 61. HOME
  62. 62. Wiki
  63. 63. Federating Sharepoint load balancing (Big IP) federation gateway (WAYF, Shibboleth) security policy/firewall (Site Minder) Microsoft Sharepoint 2007 (Bill Gates)
  64. 64. The Process...
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  66. 66. The Result...
  67. 67. http://69.13.97.211/t-shirt-designs/prodimages/smiley%20face.jpg

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