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GSA Adopts 18F Federalist Platform to Transition Federal Identity Guides Into Digital Playbooks

The General Services Administration has developed digital formats of its Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management Roadmap and associated implementation guidance through the adoption of an 18F platform.

The FICAM playbooks built on 18F’s Federalist platform work to help agencies implement ICAM operations through the use of common patterns, share data and submit ICAM-related questions, GSA said Tuesday.

The FICAM team at GSA’s office of governmentwide policy partnered with the agency’s 18F organization to use the Federalist platform to create and launch three FICAM playbooks online such as the Personal Identity Verification Guide, Enterprise Architecture and Federal Public Key Infrastructure Guides.

Federalist is designed to facilitate web content hosting, deployment of GitHub-based content into agency-hosted sites, compliance with federal security and web policies as well as the transition of technical guides into digital formats.

The FICAM team plans to launch additional playbooks on identity management, physical access control systems, federation, program management and access management over the next few months.

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