This work is in Beta stage and is led by the GSA FICAM Program in coordination with the ICAM Subcommittee of the Federal CIO Council.
This repository is for the collaborative development of the Federal Identity, Credential, and Access Management segment architecture. The content is supporting the creation of Version 3.0 (and future revisions) of the FICAM Roadmap and Implementation Guidance v2.0, Sections 1-4: http://www.idmanagement.gov/sites/default/files/documents/FICAM_Roadmap_and_Implementation_Guidance_v2%200_20111202_0.pdf
Additional repositories are under development for contributors to share ICAM implementation guides, code, reference implementations, and solutions.
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How to Contribute
- pages contains markdown pages for the architecture Overview, Conceptual Diagram, Goals & Objectives, Business Process Diagram, and Applications Diagrams, along with ICAM Policies and Standards
- usecases contains markdown pages for each of the use cases identified to date by the Architecture & Playbook Tiger Team
- services contains markdown pages for each of the ICAM service areas (Identity, Credential, Access, Governance, & Federation)
- All diagrams and images should be placed in img
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