March 29

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Managing digital identity is a struggle for most of us, and it is especially frustrating for people who must maintain multiple sets of credentials to do business with a single entity, like state government. 

Some states, including Maine, Colorado, Delaware, and Utah have been working toward a federated system that lets subscribers use the same identification data across multiple applications and systems.  It isn’t a simple thing to do but it can be done. 

The Center for Digital Government Digital States Performance Institute (DSPI) invites you to participate in a special webinar that will explore how state governments are rising the meet the challenge. 

We will be discussing:

  • How to adequately accommodate security and fidelity when implementing an enterprise approach to identity management.
  • Ways to successfully confront the budget required to modify existing systems to accept the new system.
  • Best practice examples of how some states are make the business case for integrated identity and access management to their organization and broader community of stakeholders. 




Paul Sandlin

Associate CIO, State of Maine


The Honorable James Collins

CIO, State of Delaware


Matthew Moynahan

Manager, Active Directory and Messaging, State of Colorado


Dave Fletcher

CTO, State of Utah


Mike Hussey

CIO, State of Utah


Todd Sander — Moderator

Vice President of Research and Executive Director, The Center for Digital Government