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Formerly known as the TIER Campus Success Program


Purpose of the Collaboration Success Program 

  • accelerate local adoption of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform components to provide the community with guidance more quickly
  • assist campuses in the successful deployment of Trusted Access Platform packaged components to address one or more campus need(s),
  • provide lessons learned about the local challenges and solutions
  • develop deployment guidance and advice for later adopters in the form of presentations, project reports, and locally produced InCommon-related artifacts
  • inform InCommon about issues encountered in production implementation
  • provide data for next steps regarding adoption support, technology development and the feature set.

Benefits to the Participating Organizations

Through the Collaboration Success Program, InCommon will provide:

  • targeted education and training
  • access to subject-matter experts
  • facilitated peer engagement with fellow adopters

  • leverage dedicated program staff to keep project plans in motion while removing blockers

  • complete 300 level component training courses

  • implement components of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform


Lessons Learned

At the completion of the program, each participating organization will create a case study outlining goals, outcomes, and lessons learned.



For questions or feedback about the InCommon Collaboration Success Program, contact Erin Murtha at emurtha@internet2.edu 









"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." 

 - Edward Everett Hale