GSA extends login.gov access to states and localities
A caveat: Authentication and identity proofing services must be used to access federally funded programs.
Login.gov to be third-party assessed against NIST’s digital identity guidelines
An approval would improve trust in the authentication service and pave the way for more agencies and applications to use it.
TTS’s demand has grown ‘significantly’ during the pandemic, Anil Cheriyan says
Anil Cheriyan recently joined FedScoop for a videoconference call to describe his team's partnership with other federal agencies during the pandemic and how the demand for it has grown "significantly."
Login.gov is adding a new agency, and also vetting ‘liveness detection’ technology
The Small Business Administration created an identity broker to integrate 16 legacy systems with the single sign-on service 18F provides.
GSA’s TTS is being restructured into two ‘pillars’ of effort
The Centers of Excellence, 18F and the Presidential Innovation Fellows will be under one umbrella, while the Office of Products and Programs (and other assorted digital products) will fall under another.
GSA adds login.gov to its ongoing bug bounty program
The single sign-on platform is now included in a bug bounty program that GSA started last summer.