The Department of Homeland Security is seeking information on potential sources of identity and account management capabilities for the operations, maintenance and integration of the Citizenship and Immigration Services‘ E-Verify program.
Capabilities include authentication services and credential service management but may or may not include identity proofing, DHS said in a notice posted Friday on FedBizOpps.
DHS expects the potential contractor to provide a fully hosted identity and account management service that can integrate with myE-Verify, manage migration from or integration with the current service and deliver 24/7 support.
The service should enable users to manage or configure their accounts, comply with set DHS or industry standards and provide web-based reports, the RFI stated.
USCIS offers the E-Verify tool to help companies determine the eligibility of new hires to work in the U.S., while myE-Verify enables U.S. workers to monitor their own work authorization status.