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MACE-paccman (Privilege and Access Management) Working Group

The MACE-paccman Working Group provides a venue for discussion and development of access management material in the context of MACE and the Internet2 Middleware Initiative. It is co-chaired by Tom Dopirak, Carnegie Mellon University, and Keith Hazelton, University of Wisconsin - Madison. Working Group Flywheel is Steve Olshansky <steveo AT internet2.edu>.

For editing access to this wiki space, see the instructions at http://middleware.internet2.edu/docs/internet2-spaces-instructions-200703.html

  • See the MACE-paccman website, which includes:
    • minutes of conference calls
    • instructions for subscribing to the mailing list
    • finalized documents and other deliverables, as they become available
    • links to related resources of interest
  • Conference calls are held On the following dates at 1:00 pm ET. Agenda and conference bridge information are sent out to the mailing list the day before each call.

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Use Cases

Documents

  • Permis
    PERMIS provides you with the software that makes access control decisions, and also gives you the tools for managing your policies, your role assignments, and delegations between users
  • Kuali Identity Management (KIM)
    KIM provides central identity and access management services. It also provides management features for Identity, Groups, Roles, Permissions, and their relationships with each other.
  • perMIT Project (MIT)
    The perMIT project's purpose is to translate MIT's RolesDB, in production use for over 10 years, to an open source community project and finally deliver to the world a usable Permission Management System.
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