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The following documents describe the InCommon Bronze and Silver profiles and the service program that will support them (tentatively called the InCommon Defined Identity Assurance Program).

The Framework and Profiles are drafts and are now open for public comment. Discussion on various InCommon and Identity email lists is encouraged. You may also send comments to the InCommon Technical Advisory Committee via this email address incommon-tac (at) incommonfederation.org. Or, you may choose to leave comments on this wiki page, below.

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