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InCommon Baseline Expectations: The Business Value Explained 
(and it's not just about health checks)

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
2 pm ET | 1 pm CT | Noon MT | 11 am PT

Now that the InCommon community has adopted Baseline Expectations for Trust in Federation, certain Federation policy and legal changes are taking place, including changes to the InCommon Participation Agreement (the legal agreement) and the Federation Operating Policies and Practices. Also, meeting Baseline Expectations may raise policy or operational questions for some Participant organizations.

This presentation on March 7 is designed for senior management with responsibility for IAM functions and related policy together with those who directly supervise that function.

We’ll lay out potential policy questions you may need to help address and place those into the larger context of how that helps the entire Federation be an excellent platform for academic collaboration.

Presenters:

Brett Bieber, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Chair, InCommon Community Trust and Assurance Board

Tom Barton, University of Chicago and Internet2

Ann West, Internet2

More Information and Connecting:

Slide sharing and audio via Adobe Connect


Back-up phone bridge:

(734) 615-7474

(866) 411-0013 (toll free US/Canada)

Access code: 0134531

About Baseline Expectations for Trust in Federation

Under the guidance of the InCommon Community Trust & Assurance Board, the InCommon community has adopted a set of Baseline Expectations for Trust in Federation. The intent is to improve interoperability and ensure that the InCommon Federation meets a basic level of trustworthiness and usability by establishing expectations that all Participants agree to meet.

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