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									International Telecommunication Union –
Telecommunication Standardization Sector
Focus Group on Identity Management (FG IdM)




Report on Activities
Completed and Proposed
Executive Summary
This report documents the results of ITU-T’s Focus Group on Identity Management
(FG IdM). It summarizes the FG IdM activities since it was established in December
2006 until September 2007. It also provides a proposal for future FG IdM activities
from September 2007 until the next Study Group 17 meeting in April 2008.
Report on Activities Completed and
Proposed

Contents
1.        Scope...................................................................................... 4
2.        Purpose and Objectives ........................................................... 4
3.        References .............................................................................. 4
4.        Abbreviations and Acronyms ................................................... 5
5.        Completed Activities ................................................................ 6
5.1.      FG IdM Organization and Structure.......................................... 7
5.2.      Methodology ........................................................................... 7
5.3.      Summary of FG Meetings and Conference Calls ....................... 8
5.4.      Accomplishments .................................................................. 10
5.4.1.    Diversity of Participants ................................................... 10
5.4.2.    Schedule ........................................................................ 10
5.4.3.    Focus Group Deliverable Reports ..................................... 10
6.        Proposed Activities ................................................................ 12
6.1.      Objectives/Deliverables ................................................... 14
6.2.      Proposed Milestones........................................................ 14
7.        Conclusions ........................................................................... 15
Appendix 1: Participation Information
Appendix 2: List of Documents
1. Scope
This report documents the results of ITU-T Focus Group on Identity Management
(FG IdM). It summarizes the FG IdM activities since it was establi shed in December
2006 until September 2007. It also provides a proposal for future FG IdM activities
from September 2007 until the next SG 17 meeting in April 2008.

2. Purpose and Objectives
In today’s society, Identity Management (IdM) is a key global enabler for managing
digital identities, establishing trust, protecting personal information, operating
networks including controlling access to a network or service, performing online e -
transactions, and complying with local legal and regulatory requirements. IdM is a
core, constantly evolving and expanding cybersecurity and infrastructure protection
capability.
There are an enormous global array of communications networks, services, and
Information Communication Technology [ICT] systems today which employ and
manifest IdM capabilities across often vague private and public sector boundaries.
This situation has resulted in a rapid development of IdM proprietary solutions and
standardization work among many different forums that will remain diverse, highly
distributed, substantially autonomous, and constantly evolving for the foreseeable
future.
There is a pressing need for dialogue among these forums to establish a trusted,
global, interoperable IdM capability. This need was identified during the ITU-T
Workshop on Digital Identity for Next Generation Networks held on 5 December,
2006, http://www.itu/ITU-T/worksem/ngn/200612/index.html. During the December
2006 meeting of Study Group 17 (SG 17), this need was discussed and SG 17
established the Focus Group on Identity Management (FG IdM) with SG 17 as its
parent SG. The Terms of Reference (TOR) of the FG IdM was announced in TSB
Circular 130, and subsequently modified by the February 2006 TSAG meeting
(http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com17/fgidm/tor.html).
An especially significant factor related to the IdM FG work is the rapidly growing
scope and importance of IdM - as recently recognized by the Identity Management
Resolution adopted by the 12 th meeting of the Global Standards Collaboration
Community GSC-12) in July 2007. They encouraged the “ITU to explore the
possibility of global harmonized Identity schema.” An extended IdM FG is ideally
suited to assisting ITU-T in implementing the provisions and effecting a leadership
role in IdM harmonization.

3. References
   1.       FGIdM Terms of Reference: (http://www.itu.int/ITU-
            T/studygroups/com17/fgidm/tor.html)
   2.       SG 17 TD 2583 – Revised Terms of Reference
   3.       SG 17 TD 0256 – First meeting, 13-16 February 2007, held in Geneva
   4.       SG 17 TD 0269 – Second meeting, 23-25 April 2007, held in Geneva
   5.       SG 17 TD 0275 – Third meeting, 17-18 May 2007, held in Mountain
            View, CA, USA
   6.       SG 17 TD 0283 – Fourth meeting, 17-20 July 2007, held in Tokyo,
            Japan
   7.       SG 17 TD 0290 – Fifth meeting, 27-30 August 2007, held in Boston,
            MA, USA
   8.       SG 17 TD 0293 (FG IdM Doc 192): ITU-T Focus Group on Identity
            Management - Overview of Deliverables
   9.       SG 17 TD 0294 (FG IdM Doc 193): ITU-T Focus Group on Identity
            Management – Report on Identity Management Ecosystem and Lexicon
   10.      SG 17 TD 0295 (FG IdM Doc 194): ITU-T Focus Group on Identity
            Management – Report on Identity Management Use Cases and Gap
            Analysis
   11.      SG 17 TD 0296 (FG IdM Doc 195): ITU-T Focus Group on Identity
            Management - Report on Requirements for Global Interoperable Identity
            Management
   12.      SG 17 TD 0297 (FG IdM Doc 196): ITU-T Focus Group on Identity
            Management – Report on Identity Management Framework for Global
            Interoperability.

4. Abbreviations and Acronyms

ETSI - European Telecommunications Standards Institute
FG – Focus Group
ICT – Information and Communications Technology
IdM – Identity Management
IIW - Internet Identity Workshop
ITU-T – International Telecommunication Union – Standardization Sector
NGN – Next Generation Network
PPI - Protection of Personal Information
SDO – Standards Development Organization
SG – Study Group
TD – Temporary Document
TOR – Terms of Reference
TSAG – Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group
TSB – Telecommunication Standardization Bureau
5. Completed Activities
As shown in Figure 1, the FG IdM was established by SG 17 under ITU-T’s A.7
guidelines and conducted six face-to-face (F2F) meetings from December 2006 until
the September 2007. Several of the F2F meetings were also augmented by post
meeting worldwide conference calls. The conference call served as a follow-up for
actions items developed at the F2F meeting. The FG IdM results are documented in 5
deliverable reports, and delivered to SG 17 in September 2007 for consideration and
potential distribution within ITU-T and other external standards development
organizations and forums.




                            Figure 1: FG IdM Activities
A significant number of contributions [see contribution list in Appendix 2] on the
subject of IdM were submitted to the FG. The numerous documents submitted, and
the ideas exchanged as a result of these discussions allowed the FG IdM to assemble
and analyze a significant body of knowledge on IdM interoperability gaps,
requirements, and needed capabilities.
Open participation of the FG IdM allowed for the first time, collaboration among a
diverse group of IdM, Internet and telecommunications experts, allowing a broader
spectrum of input to the work [see Appendix 2 for list of participating organizations
and companies]. Furthermore, the regional aspect of the face-to-face meetings
(Europe, North America, and Asia) also provided local participants an opportunity to
provide their views on IdM. Finally, several of the face-to-face meetings were
collocated and sequential to IdM community sponsored workshops. This allowed FG
members to participate in related IdM activities and to exchange information.
5.1.         FG IdM Organization and Structure
The FG IdM was organized based on the revised TOR (http://www.itu.int/ITU-
T/studygroups/com17/fgidm/tor.html) from TSAG. The organization and structure
of the FG is shown in Figure 1.

                                                 ITU-T FG IdM
                                              Chairman: Abbie Barbir (Nortel
                                              Networks, Canada)
                                              Acting Chair: Richard (Dick) Brackney
                                              (USA DoD)
                                              Vice-Chairman: Tony Nadalin (IBM,
                                              USA)




   Ecosystem and              Use Case Working                          Requirements                        Framework
  Lexicon Working                  Group                                Working Group                      Working Group
       Group              Leader: Ray P. Singh (Telcordia           Leader: Tony Rutkowski (VeriSign,   Leader:
                          Technologies, USA)                        USA),                               Tony Nadalin (IBM, USA)
 Leader: Mike Hird (UK)




                          Figure 2: FG IdM Organization and Structure

5.2.         Methodology
The FG work required intensive and active outreach to include enabling broad
participation by telecommunications and other experts in the work of the FG. In
some cases this occurred through joint meetings. The FG IdM was open to all ITU-T
Member States, Sector Members and Associates as well as any other standards
bodies or consortia, companies, organizations or individuals.
The FG IdM used the ITU provided web and FTP sites for official contribution, plus
a wiki (www.ituwiki.com) for unofficial collaboration, conducted several world-
wide conference calls and held six face-to-face meetings within a nine month period.
Figure 3 depicts the timeline for the FG IdM.


                              2006                            2007                        2008


                                     Created     2 - Geneva    4 -Tokyo
                                       Dec       23-25 Apr     17-20 Jul
   Identity Management         Phase 1                                          Phase 2
   Focus Group
                                           1 - Geneva   3- Mountain   5 - Cambridge
                                           13-16 Feb        View         27-30 Aug
                                                         17-18 May




                           Figure 3: FG IdM Meeting Schedule

5.3.   Summary of FG Meetings and Conference Calls
The following is a brief summary of the five FG IdM face-to-face meetings.
          The First FG IdM meeting (TD 0256) was held from 13-16 February
           2007 in Geneva. The meeting was well attended by key players in the IdM
           field to include Standardization Development Organizations (SDOs),
           consortia, alliances, vendors, operators, academia, and developers of IdM
           solutions. After the traditional introductions of contributions and several
           new platform demonstrations, highly innovative “Silicon Valley like Open
           Space” collaborative sessions were conducted during which all
           participants had an opportunity to collectively construct their own topics
           and meeting spaces. This allowed the participants to share their views and
           experiences. The collaboration tool used to support this “Open Space”
           activity was an open, private “wiki” (www.ituwiki.com). The wiki was
           used by the participants to express and draft their inputs to the FG. The
           “Open Space” sessions were followed by a more traditional approach to
           produce the meeting report and output documents. This pioneering process
           was very useful in bringing together two very diverse IdM and ITU-T
           communities. The use of teleconferencing, and an informal Wiki site for
           collaboration continued prior to, during and after subsequent meetings of
           the FG.
          The second FG IdM meeting (TD 0269) was held from 23-25 April 2007
           in Geneva during the SG 13, SG 17, and NGN GSI events. The major
           focus of this meeting was to develop use case scenarios that illustrate gaps
           in current IdM standards and specifications which are central to a global
           and interoperable set of IdM services and which the IdM community does
           not appear to be addressing. During the meeting, a five point gap analysis
           outline for each use case was developed and milestones for the FG IdM
           deliverables were established. The need to follow the direction provided
           by TSAG in February concerning the FG structure and deliverables was
           also emphasized.
          The third FG IdM meeting (TD 0275) was held 17-18 May 2007 in
           Mountain View California, USA and hosted by Verisign. This meeting was
           directly  after the    Internet  Identity   Workshop      (IIW    2007
           http://iiw.windley.com/wiki/Workshop_2007).      This     allowed   some
           members of the FG IdM to also participate in the IIW and to use this
           occasion to discuss with the IIW community some of the FG framework
           use cases and apparent gaps. This meeting confirmed th at the FG was on
           the right track, but needed to continue to refine existing uses cases and
           develop several additional ones.
          The Use Case and Requirements WGs meeting (FGIdM DOC 140) was
           held in Dulles, Virginia from 14-15 June and was hosted by VeriSign. This
           meeting occurred directly after the Liberty Alliance Technical Experts
           meeting at AOL, Headquarter’s in Reston Virginia on the 12 th and 13 th of
           June that was attended by a few members of the FG. The purpose of the
           FG IdM meeting was to conduct a detailed review and refinement of the
           Use Case Gap Analysis Report.
          The fourth FG IdM meeting (TD 0283) was held 17-20 July 2007in
           Tokyo Japan, and was hosted by ITU-T Association of Japan. This
           meeting made significant progress towards completing the four reports
           that will be delivered to SG 17 at its September 2007 meeting. All input
           documents were discussed and several IdM related presentations were
           given. It was decided that wherever possible the FG IdM terminology
           should be based on existing definitions and the FG should indicate the
           source of the definition. Due to limited resources, it wa s also decided that
           the FG would not attempt to cover all possible definitions from the various
           IdM organizations, but instead focus on definitions used by major IdM
           organizations. The majority of the time was spent on refining existing use
           cases and discussing the insertion of new use cases such as IPTV, mutual
           authentication, and bridging of identity and attributes across networks.
           Another major item of discussion involved privacy or the protection of
           personal information (PPI). It was agreed that PPI, through already
           contained in the report, must be made more visible throughout the report.
           Initial drafts of the Requirements Report and the Framework Report were
           also presented and the participants agreed to a common template for the
           reports. However, it was noted that a large amount of work will be
           required at the fifth FG IdM meeting. It was also agreed that the four FG
           IdM reports would be published separately, but with a joint introduction to
           illustrate their relationship to each other.
          The fifth FG IdM meeting (TD 0290) was held 27-30 August in
           Boston/Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and hosted by IBM. The primary
           focus of this meeting was to finalize all four FG Reports, and to prepare
           the Liaison Statement to convey the FG deliverables to SG 17.
In addition the FG had the following teleconferences calls between the face-to-face
meetings:
      FG IdM Conference Call (FGIdM DOC 211) August 3rd, 2007 from 11:00
       AM to 12:30 Noon US Eastern Time. The purpose of the meeting was to
       review the latest drafts of the deliverables and discuss finalization of the
       work.
      FG IdM Conference Call (FGIdM DOC 189) August 16, 2007 from 11:00 AM
       to 2 PM US Eastern Time. The purpose of the meeting was to review the
       latest drafts of the deliverables and discuss finalization of the work.
Also, the Use Case Working had teleconferences on the following dates:
      09 May, 2007
      07 June, 2007
      27 June, 2007.
Meeting notes of the teleconferences can be found at:
http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com17/fgidm/reports.html .

5.4.   Accomplishments
5.4.1. Diversity of Participants
The IdM FG attracted a significant number of IdM experts from various
communications industry sectors and engaged with a worldwide array of IdM
forums. The work resulted in establishing productive and continuing collaboration ;
      within the ITU-T (e.g., JCA-NID, IPTV FG, and SG13) and
      with a number of SDOs (e.g., ISO/SC27 and ETSI/TISPAN), and
      IdM consortia (e.g., Liberty Alliance, OpenID Project, Higgins Project,
       Internet Identity Workshop Series).
These relationships, many of which have not previously been involved with ITU -T,
proved invaluable in progressing the IdM FG work and established new relationships
for ITU-T’s IdM standardization work.
The FG IdM was the first time where an activity of such scope was able to bring
together those who would not otherwise have collaborated and converged on a global
interoperable IdM framework specification. By bringing together the diverse IdM
community to include ITU-T experts, the FG IdM was able to assemble a significant
body of knowledge on IdM requirements, capabilities and gaps. This demonstrates
the substantial value-added of the FG IdM. In addition, it is important to note that
almost every ITU-T Study Groups within the ITU-T and the TSB will likely have an
ongoing IdM related work, as will the ITU-D.
Refer to Appendix 1 for information on participation diversity.
5.4.2. Schedule
The IdM FG reports/deliverables were highly ambitious and involved a very
aggressive schedule. The material contained in the series of five reports provides an
excellent foundation for the FG deliverables, especially in the area of IdM
interoperability requirements and framework development. However, further work is
needed before the full objectives of the FG are met, and the results can be effectively
transferred to SG 17 and other ITU-T Study Groups for further consideration.
5.4.3. Focus Group Deliverable Reports
A summary of the FG IdM deliverable reports are shown in Table 1.
                        Table 1: Deliverable Reports Summary
FG IdM            SG17 #               Report Title            Report Summary
   #
192         TD 0293                Overview of             Summarizes the
                                   Deliverables            deliverables of the FG IdM
                                                           and provides an
                                                           assessment of the
                                                           completeness of the
                                                         deliverables.
193         TD 0294              Report on Identity      Provides a Living List of
                                 Management              organizations working on
                                 Ecosystem and           IdM related subjects. It
                                 Lexicon                 also provides a list of the
                                                         IdM related terms and
                                                         definitions in use.
194         TD 0295              Report on Identity      Identifies, describes and
                                 Management Use          analyze IdM gaps, and
                                 Cases and Gap           document example use
                                 Analysis                cases illustrating the gaps.
                                                         The purpose is to use this
                                                         as a foundation to derive
                                                         the requirements for a
                                                         generic IdM framework.
195         TD 0296              Report on               Focus on providing a
                                 Requirements for        global analysis on IdM
                                 Global Interoperable    requirements and
                                 IdM                     capabilities, including the
                                                         protection of personally
                                                         identifiable information.
196         TD 0297              Report on Global        Focus on describing an
                                 Interoperable IdM       extensible, platform-
                                 Framework               independent, identity
                                                         protocol-independent, IdM
                                                         Framework to support
                                                         existing and new
                                                         applications that gives
                                                         users convenience, privacy
                                                         and control over their
                                                         identity information.


Due to time and resource constraints, the sequential nature of the deliverables
additional work is needed before the deliverables can be considered by SG17 as
completed reports ready for publication or use in applicable ITU-T
Recommendation. Table 2 provides an assessment of the completeness of the
deliverable reports.
                      Table 2: Deliverable Report Completeness
FG IdM           SG 17 #           Deliverable Report        Key Completeness
   #                                      Title                  Remarks
193         TD 0294              Report on Identity        Well developed, but
                                 Management                 requires on-going
                                 Ecosystem and              maintenance.
                                 Lexicon
194         TD 0295              Report on Identity        Many use cases have
                                 Management Use             been documented, but
                                 Cases and Gap              several important
                                 Analysis                   additional use cases
                                                            have been identified
                                                             that need to be fully
                                                             developed.
                                                           Additional gaps based
                                                            on an understanding of
                                                            use cases also need to
                                                            be further developed
                                                            and analyzed
195         TD 0296               Report on                Refine based on
                                  Requirements for          additional use cases and
                                  Global Interoperable      the analysis of other
                                  IdM                       relevant material.
                                                           Refinement of the
                                                            requirements
                                                            granularity to better
                                                            reflect the gap analysis
                                                            report
                                                           Define new
                                                            requirements for
                                                            scalability, usability,
                                                            reliability and
                                                            performance.
196         TD 0297               Report on Global        An initial basis for the
                                  Interoperable IdM       desired framework(s), but
                                  Framework               considerable additional
                                                          work is needed in several
                                                          areas to include
                                                          description of services
                                                          associated with inter-
                                                          networking.


6. Proposed Activities
In the short period of time available and due to the sequential nature of the process
undertaken by the FG (i.e. development of stable uses cases before the requirements
could be established for the framework) more work is needed to refine and enhance
the Requirements Report and to fully develop the material provided in the
Framework Report. It is therefore strongly suggested that this work continue until
the SG 17’s meeting in April 2008. During this period, the aim of the work will be to
produce a robust global, trusted, interoperable IdM framework which can be used as
the basis for a set of IdM related standards development activities, which cut across
most, if not all, of ITU-T Study Groups and impact what other standards
development organizations like OASIS, Liberty Alliance, ETSI TISPAN, etc. should
consider in their standards activities.
In addition, at the beginning of the FG it was clear that there was a significant
communication gap between those working in the Internet IdM and web services
applications domains and those working in the wireless, wireline and NGN provider
network domains in venues such as the ITU-T. Since the first FG meeting,
significant improvement in collaboration between these two groups and it resulted in
a better mutual understanding of the different perspectives. The contin uation of the
FG would allow this collaboration to continue and facilitate the development of a
framework that is needed for global interoperability that would be beneficial to the
global community and all industry segments as opposed to the prorogation of sect or
specific solutions that are not interoperable.
In addition, it is desirable that the FG deliverables be used as input to IdM related
work within various SGs. IdM related issues and topics cut across the various ITU-T
SGs, therefore it is important to start to scope out and coordinate the different work
area. An extension of the FG would allow the FG to examine the issues for IdM in a
coordinated manner and provide the results back into the SGs so that the work in the
various SGs can be guided in a structured approach as opposed to an uncoordinated
manner. In addition, it is important that the draft reports of the FG be periodically
distributed with the individual SGs so that the applicable work in the SGs can
progress in parallel as opposed to waiting for the final results of the FG.
Table 3 provides a preliminary assessment of how IdM issues potentially cut across
the work in multiple SGs. Extension of the FG should be considered a means to feed
its deliverable reports into the SGs.
Note: This table is a preliminary assessment that should not be interpreted to
imply a recommendation that these SGs initiate new IdM work activities. It is
merely intended to demonstrate that the various expertise and work of the
different SGs will have to be leveraged to address specific areas related to IdM.


                Table 3: Potential ITU-T Study Group IdM Activities

         SG    Expertise and Work                         Remarks
               Area                      (The expertise in the various ITU-T SGs
                                         will need to be leveraged to address
                                         specific areas of related to IdM within
                                         the ITU-T.)
          2    Service definition,       Addressing definition of IdM related
               Numbering and Routing     services and capabilities.
          3    Accounting                Addressing accounting issues related to
                                         IdM. For example, accounting issues
                                         related to the multiple entities and
                                         parties involved in IdM.
          4    Telecommunication         Addressing IdM issues related to static
               Management                objects (e.g., identifiers, attributes)
                                         management.

          9    Integrated broadband      Addressing Cable network specific IdM
               cable networks and        issues
               television and sound
               transmission
         11    Signalling requirements   Addressing IdM issues related to
               and protocols             protocol enhancements and definition of
                                         profiles for IdM
         12    Performance and quality   Addressing issues related to
               of service                performance management for IdM
         13    NGN and satellite         Addressing NGN specific issues related
               matters                   to IdM. This includes IdM framework,
                                         requirements and architectures specific
                                         to SG13 defined NGN.
         15    Access network             Addressing any access network specific
               transport and optical      issues for IdM
         16    Multimedia terminals,      Addressing any IdM isssues specific to
               systems and applications   multimedia terminals, systems and
                                          applications.
         17    Security, languages and    Addressing issues related to global
               telecommunication          interoperability for IdM and framework
               software
         19    Mobile                     Addressing any IdM issues specific to
               telecommunication          mobile networks
               networks
        JCA-   Joint Coordinating         Continued collaboration and
        NID    Activity- Network IDs      cooperation in the area of network IDs

In addition, other sectors of the ITU (D, R, TSB, General Secretariat) are involved in
IdM related issues.
6.1.   Objectives/Deliverables
The objectives of the continued FGIdM work on global IdM interoperability includes
the following:
      Assist the ITU in implementing the spirit and provisions of the GSC -12
       Resolution on Identity Management, and support the General Secretariat and
       the ITU-D in their cybersecurity efforts;
      Maintain the Living List and further develop a common lexicon;
      Continue outreach efforts to other identity management stakeholders, suc h as
       the Liberty Alliance, OASIS, Daidalos II, mobile network community, etc…;
      Refine existing use cases as well as research and develop new use cases for
       the Gap Analysis Report, especially those listed as immature in the Gap
       Analysis Report;
      Refine the Requirements Report, including those requirements that are
       derived from new use cases;
      Devote considerable effort to expand and enhance the Framework Report
       developed by IdM FG, to include refined reference models that illustrates how
       a ubiquitous IdM Framework relates to networks like the NGN in terms of an
       identity plane, architecture, data model schema, etc.;
      Conduct regional IdM workshops;
      Provide information to other standards bodies and study groups within the
       ITU-T on the results of the work;
6.2.   Proposed Milestones
The above proposed continuation work should be accomplished according to the
following milestones:
      Initial Kick-off meeting on 29 September, 2007 in Geneva,
      Second meeting on 25 th and 26th of October in association with Burton Group
       Identity Management Conference in Barcelona Spain;
      Third meeting including a Joint China, Japan, Korea regional one or two day
       Workshop in conjunction with January meeting of GSI in Korea;
      Fourth meeting, early March 2008, location TBD, but likely in the U.S;
      Results provided at an appropriate ITU-T meeting in the April 2008.

7. Conclusions
The FG IdM recommends that it should be allowed to continue its work until the
April 2008 meeting of SG17 at which time the FG will provide well developed and
stable set of deliverable reports outlined in its TOR.
                                          Appendix 1
                                   Participation Information

A      Diversity of Participation
139 different people from 88 different organizations in 22 countries participated in
the five meetings of the Focus Group.
          Alcatel Shanghai Bell               Identity Woman            Senshu University
          Co., Ltd                            Independent               Softbank Telecom
          AmSoft Systems                      Accessiblity Consultant   Sun Microsystems
          Anderson L-Service                  Industrial Technology     Swisscom
          ARCEP (unofficial)                  Research Inst.
                                                                        Syria (unofficial)
          AT&T                                Industry Canada
                                              (unofficial)              Tama University,
          BAKOM (unofficial)                                            Kumon Center
                                              Instituto
          Brandenburg                         Telecomunicações          Telcordia
          InternetWorking                     Aveiro                    Technologies
          BT                                  Interconnect Partners     Telefónica
          BT Group plc                        KDDI                      Telekomunikacja
          Cadzow                                                        Polska
                                              Korea Telecom
          Communications                                                TeliaSonera
                                              KISA
          CESG                                                          Tertius Ltd /
                                              Liberty Alliance          Corporation for
          Chuo University
                                              Microsoft                 National Research
          Corporation for
          National Research                   Motorola                  Initiatives
          Initiatives                         NEC Corporation           Treasury Board of
          Datasphere Interactive              NEC Europe                Canada
                                                                        Unabhängigen
          DCITA                               National Biometric
                                                                        Landeszentrums für
          Deutsche Telekom                    Security Project
                                                                        Datenschutz
          ENISA                               Netamia
                                                                        Schleswig-Holstein
          ETRI                                NetMesh                   University College of
          European                            Netnod Internet           London
          Radiocommunications                 Exchange Ab               University of Carlos III
          Office                              NeuStar                   de Madrid
          France Télécom                      Nexxus Systems, LLC       University of Stuttgart
          Fujitsu                             NICT                      US DoD
          Fujitsu Laboratories                Nokia                     US State Dept
          GSM Association                     Nokia Siemens-            (unofficial)
                                              Networks                  VeriSign
          Harvard University -
          Berkman Center for                  Nortel Networks           Virtual Quill
          Internet and Society                NTT                       Vodafone Group
          Hitachi                             OFCOM                     Services
          Huawei Technologies                 Oracle                    Warren
          Iamdentity                          Parity                    Communications News
                                                                        WIPO
          IBM                                 Communications, Inc.
                                              Ping Identity             ZTE
          IBM Japan
                                              Corporation
          IBM Research
                                              Procyon Security
          Identity Commons                    Group
          Identity Trust                      RITT
B     Diversity of Contributions
The Focus Group received 114 input document contributions from 41 different
companies and organizations.

        AmSoft Systems             ITU-T ASN.1 Project        OASIS
        ANSI IDSP Chair            leader                     Siemens-Networks
        ANSI-BBB GSC-12            ITU-T SG 16                GmbH & Co KG
        AT&T                       ITU-T SG 17                Smart Species
        BT, Nokia-Siemens-         ITU-T SG13Q.15             Softbank Telecom and
        Networks                   ITU-T SG17 WP 2            National Institute of
        Castle Consulting Ltd      JCA-NID Convener           Informatics
                                                              Sun Microsystems
        Cequs                      Korea Information
                                   Security Agency            Telcordia Technologies
        Daidalos
                                   KT, ETRI, FoN Forum        Telefónica
        ETRI (Rep. of Korea)
                                   Liaison SC27, VeriSign     TeliaSonera
        ETSI TISPAN
                                   Martin Euchner             Tertius Ltd
        GSC-12 Plenary
                                   NEC Europe Ltd.            University of Carlos III
        GSM Association
                                   Nokia, Siemens-            de Madrid
        Huawei Technologies                                   US DOD
        Co., Ltd                   Networks GmbH & Co
                                   KG                         VeriSign
        Iamdentity Ltd
                                   Nortel
        InCommon
                                   Nortel/VeriSign
C      Diversity of Outreach to Organizations
The Focus Group identified and reviewed activities and materials
of nearly 100 different Identity Management forums within 60
different organizations.
                                    Appendix 2
                                 List of Documents
DOC-001   ITU-TQ.15/13            Liaison Statement on proposal for the joint work on Identity Management
          Rapporteur Group
DOC-002   ITU-T SG 17             Liaison Statement on report from Lead Study Group on telecommunication
                                  security
DOC-003   AmSoft Systems          Role of Identity in NNA
DOC-004   Chairman, FG IdM        Draft Agenda for FG IdM Meeting
DOC-005   Iamdentity Ltd          Case study for identity management
DOC-006   Tertius Ltd: Dr.        Content Industry Standards Activities
          Norman Paskin
DOC-007   Tertius Ltd: Dr.        The Handle System®
          Norman Paskin
DOC-008   Olli Jussila,           Evaluation reports of the Eureka/Celtic/FIDELITY -project
          TeliaSonera
DOC-009   Telcordia               IdM discussion items
          Technologies
DOC-010   Telcordia               IdM example use case – eGovernment Services
          Technologies
DOC-011   Telcordia               IdM example use case – operational response to cyber attacks
          Technologies
DOC-012   Siemens-Networks        ETSI TS 184 002 “NGN Identifiers” - An Overview
          GmbH & Co KG
DOC-013   Nokia, Siemens-         Identity Management in 3GPP - An Overview
          Networks GmbH &
          Co KG
DOC-014   Members of EU IST       Mapping a Virtual Identity Framework to the A4C
          FP6 Daidalos Project
DOC-015   ITU-T ASN.1 Project     Object identifiers (OIDs) and Registration Authorities
          leader
DOC-016   VeriSign                IdM Forums, Platforms, and Protocols – a Mapping to Topics
DOC-017   VeriSign                CardSpace Implementation Use Case
DOC-018   VeriSign                Discussion Framework for Identity Management Assurance Metrics
DOC-019   ATIS                    ITU-T Focus Group on Identity Management meeting
DOC-020   JCA-NID Convener        ITU-T JCA-NID Overview
DOC-      JCA-NID Convener        ITU-T JCA-NID Overview
020r1
DOC-021   ETSI TISPAN             Identity management in ETSI – Security
DOC-022   VeriSign                A NGN Overview: from an IdM perspective
DOC-023   AmSoft Systems          Interoperable Identifiers in Next Generation Networks
DOC-024   ITU-T SG4               Liaison on “Identity Management Focus Group
DOC-025   Sergio Fiszman,         Secure Identity Aware Networks
          NORTEL
DOC-026   Chairman, FG IdM        FG IdM Overview
DOC-027   Siemens-Networks        Proposed FG-IdM Working Group “IdM Architecture”
          GmbH & Co KG
DOC-028   Scott Cadzow, ETSI,     NGN identity
          TISPAN
DOC-029   TSB                     List of participants-15-02-2007
DOC-030   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: Summary of Discovery discussion session
DOC-031   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: Summary of Handle and XRI session
DOC-032   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: Summary of HIGGINS discussion session
DOC-033   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: IDMFG Scope
DOC-034   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: Summary of IDM Framework discussion session
DOC-035   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: Summary of Law enforcement in Identity space (NGN)
                                  discussion session
DOC-036   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: Summary of Legal & Privacy IDM Working Group discussion
                                  session
DOC-037   Chairman, FG IdM        RESULT: IDMFG Means and Mechanisms




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DOC-038   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: Summary of Terminology & Living List discussion session
DOC-039   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: Summary of NGN and Identity discussion session
DOC-040   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: Summary of Principles and Requirements discussion session
DOC-041   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: Summary of Resolution discussion session
DOC-042   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: Session allocation
DOC-043   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: Summary of Identity & Government Requirements discussion
                                 session
DOC-044   Siemens-Networks       RESULT: Proposed FG-IdM Working Group “IdM Framework
          GmbH & Co KG           Architecture”
DOC-      Siemens-Networks       RESULT: Proposed FG-IdM Working Group “IdM Framework
044r1     GmbH & Co KG           Architecture
DOC-045   Liberty Alliance       Identity Federation and Web Services
DOC-046   OPEN ID                Making the Web Suck Less!
DOC-047   Paul Trevithick        Higgins Summary
DOC-048   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: FG IdM Research Topics
DOC-049   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: Identifiers in ITU-T NGN
DOC-050   Chairman, FG IdM       RESULT: FG IdM Summary
DOC-051   Chairman, FG IdM       Report of ITU-T FG IdM meeting, Geneva, Switzerland, 13-16 February
DOC-      Chairman, FG IdM       Report of ITU-T FG IdM meeting, Geneva, Switzerland, 13-16 February
051r1                            2007
DOC-      Kaliya Hamlin          Identity Commons
052
DOC-053   TSB Director’s Ad      LS on suggested procedure for disclosing patents in Contributions
          Hoc Group on IPR
DOC-054   Chairman, FG IdM       Draft Agenda for second FG IdM F2F Meeting
DOC-055   GSM Association        Liaison and cooperation between GSM Association and ITU on the subject
                                 of Identity Management
DOC-056   U.S. Department of     IdM Example Use Case – Discovery and Exchange of Identity Attributes
          Defense
DOC-057   Telcordia              Architecture for a Global IdM Framework
          Technologies
DOC-058   Telcordia              Global IdM Framework Architecture Use Case Examples
          Technologies
DOC-059   Telcordia              IdM Example Use Case – Next Generation Wireless Roaming
          Technologies
DOC-060   Telcordia              IdM Example Use Case – Operational Response to Cyber Attacks
          Technologies
DOC-061   Telcordia              IdM Example Use Case – eGovernment Services
          Technologies
DOC-062   VeriSign               IdM Normative Use-Cases
DOC-063   Editors IdM Arch       Skeleton Draft of TR “IdM Architectures for Telecommunications
DOC-064   Defensive Disclosure   Vertical Integration of Fragmented Identity Systems for Security
          on…
DOC-065   Sun Microsystems       IdM Example Use Case – Objects from Sensor Network reporting events
                                 to Service Networks
                                 via and IDP
DOC-066   Sun Microsystems       IdM Example Use Case – IMS/HSS reporting events to Service Networks
                                 via and IDP
DOC-067   VeriSign               Geospatial Object IdM Use-Cases
DOC-068   SG 16                  LS on SG 16 work on ID coding for NID
DOC-069   Sun Microsystems       IdM Example Use Case – Device Identity to User Identity Correlation (to
                                 access Service Networks)
                                  via and IDP
DOC-070   Sun Microsystems       IdM Example Use Case – IMS/HSS reporting events to Service Networks
                                 via and IDP
DOC-071   Sun Microsystems       IdM Example Use Case – User Centric ID (openID, Cardspace, etc.)
                                 Integration with SAML aware IDP
DOC-072   Sun Microsystems       IdM Example Use Case – Objects from Sensor Network reporting events
                                 to Service Networks via and IDP
DOC-073   Sun Microsystems       IdM Example Use Case – 4G and WiMAX+Wifi to IDS Integration
DOC-074   VeriSign               Federation Registration IdM Use-Case
DOC-075   VeriSign               IdM Assurance Metric Use-Case
DOC-076   BT, Nokia-Siemens-     Consequences of TSAG amendments to the FG IdM ToR
          Networks
DOC-      BT, Nokia-Siemens-     Consequences of TSAG amendments to the FG IdM ToR
076r1     Networks, France
          Telecom
DOC-077   Nokia Siemens          Proposed additions to the IdM Architecture Draft




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          Networks GmbH &
          Ck KG
DOC-078   Sun Microsystems      Requirements for Identity Management
DOC-079   Piotr Pacyna          Skeleton draft of TR “Requirements for IdM Architectures for
                                Telecommunications
DOC-080   Chair, IdM FG         Organization under new Terms of Reference
DOC-081   Huawei Technologies   Media Identity in IdM
          Co., Ltd.
DOC-082   ETSI TISPAN           LS response to ITU-T Focus Group on Identity Management
DOC-083   Smart Species         Equivalence: Creating the Infrastructure of Trusted 3rd Party Identity
                                Service Providers (IdSP)
DOC-084   Huawei Technologies   On identity privacy protection
          Co., Ltd.
DOC-085   Editors, ITU-T        draft Y.IdMsec (NGN Identity Management Security)
          Question 15/Study
          Group 13
DOC-      Study Group 13        Response to the liaison statement from FG IdM concerning results of the
085r1                           first face-to-face meeting
DOC-086   ITU-T SG17 WP 2       Liaison on joint work with SC 27 on Identity Management
DOC-087   Leaders of use case   Use Case Sub-Group Status Report
          WGs
DOC-088   Chair FG IdM          Chairman Presentation
DOC-089   Chair FG IdM          LLWG outcome
DOC-090   VeriSign              FG IdM Requirements Working Group
DOC-091   ITU-T Study Group     Liaison statement on draft Recommendation X.rfpg
          17
DOC-092   Vice Chair FG IdM     Briefing on Revised Terms of Reference
DOC-093   Chair FG IdM          Introduction to Open Space
DOC-094   ETRI, Korea           Proposed draft of X.rfidsec-1: privacy protection framework for networked
                                RFID Services
DOC-095   Chairman, FG IdM      RESULT: Transparency, Awareness and Reputation in IdM
DOC-096   Chairman, FG IdM      RESULT: IdM Example Use Case - Dissemination of Information and
                                Interoperability
DOC-097   Chairman, FG IdM      RESULT: Use Case Gap Analysis Report
DOC-098   Use Case Working      Use Case Sub-Group Meeting Notes
          Group
DOC-099   Use Case Working      Use Case Sub-Group Updated Meeting Notes
          Group
DOC-100   Chairman, FG IdM      RESULT: TR IdM architecture draft
DOC-101   Chairman, FG IdM      RESULT: IdM Living List
DOC-102   TSB                   List of participants 25-04-2007
DOC-      TSB                   List of participants 25-04-2007
102r1
DOC-      TSB                   List of participants 25-04-2007
102r2
DOC-103   Chairman, FG IdM      RESULT: FG IdM Report of 2nd meeting (23-25/04/2007)
DOC-104   Telefónica            IdM Example Use Case - IdM in integrated network operators
                                environments
DOC-105   Telcordia             Proposed updates to the use case gap analysis report
          Technologies
DOC-106   KT, ETRI, FoN         Use Case Gap Analysis Report: Integration of Object Management
          Forum
DOC-107   Vice Chairman, IdM    Inter-Federated/Inter-CoT Identity Management
          FG
DOC-108   NORTEL                Generic IdM Framework Requirements
DOC-109   NORTEL                Solving the Identity Assertion Conundrum
DOC-110   NORTEL                Domain Affiliation Characterization
DOC-111   Chairman, FG IdM      Updated Use Case Gap Analysis Report
DOC-      Editor                Updated Use Case Gap Analysis Report (clean copy)
111R1
clean
DOC-      Editor                Updated Use Case Gap Analysis Report (clean copy)
111R2
clean
DOC-      Editor                Updated Use Case Gap Analysis Report (marked copy)
111R2
marked
DOC-112   Chairman, FG IdM      Draft Agenda for third FG IdM Meeting
DOC-113   NORTEL                Delegation Across Federations




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DOC-114   NORTEL/VeriSign       A Survey of IDM Federation Approaches and Standards
DOC-115   VeriSign              InCommon as a Federated Identity use-case and interoperability model
DOC-116   VeriSign              Use Cases and Platforms from the OECD Digital Identity Management
                                Workshop,
                                Trondheim, Norway, 8-9 May 2007
DOC-117   The Living List WG    Living List of Identity Management Terminology
DOC-118   The Living List WG    Living List of Identity Management Forums
DOC-119   Co-Chair,             Working Document on a Draft Structure for the Report for Requirements,
          Requirements          including Privacy
          Working Group
DOC-120   Telcordia             Proposed Updated Section 10, IdM Security, for the Use Case Gap
          Technologies          Analysis Report (FG IdM DOC 111)
DOC-121   Chairman, FG IdM      FG IdM presentation
DOC-122   Chairman, FG IdM      The Living List WG’s (PP)
DOC-123   The Living List       Living List of Identity Management Forums
          Working Group
DOC-124   The Living List WG    Living List of Identity Management Terminology
DOC-125   Telcordia             Use Case Sub-Group Status Report (presentation)
DOC-126   InCommon              Identity & Access Management Federation (presentation)
DOC-127   Chairman, FG IdM      Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) (presentation)
DOC-128   SUN                   Identity Centric Architecture Aligning SOA with NGN (Presentation)
DOC-129   OASIS                 An Introduction to XRI and XRDS (Presentation)
DOC-130   NORTEL                Do we need a Generic Delegation Protocol? (Presentation)
DOC-131   Chairman, FG IdM      May 3rd F2F, Day 1 and Day 2 Summary
DOC-132   Chairman, FG IdM      Summary of IIW May meeting
DOC-133   Chairman, FG IdM      RESULT: Report of the third ITU-T FG IdM meeting , Mountain View,
                                California, USA,
                                17-18 May 2007
DOC-134   Co-Chair,             Compilation of Existing Legal and Regulatory Requirements, including
          Requirements          Privacy
          Working Group
DOC-135   VeriSign              Time-Stamp Attribute Accuracy Use-Case and Gap
DOC-136   VeriSign              Public Communications Identifier Attribute Query Protocols and
                                Administration - Use-Case and Gap
DOC-137   Chair, FG IdM         Report of the ITU-T FG IdM Requirements Working Group meetings,
          Requirements          Mountain View
          Working Group         (18 May 2007) and Dulles (15 Jun 2007)
DOC-138   Vice-Chair, FG IdM    New Zealand Comments of Identity Assurance
DOC-139   Editor                Updated Use Case Gap Analysis Report (clean)
DOC-140   Editors, Use Case     Meeting Notes, Use Case Working Group Meeting, Dulles, Virginia, USA,
          Gap Analysis Report   06/14/07-06/15/07
DOC-141   Editors, Use Case     Meeting Notes, Use Case Working Group Conference Call, 06/27/207
          Gap Analysis Report
DOC-142   Acting Chairman, FG   Draft Agenda for Fourth FG IdM F2F Meeting, Tokyo, 17-20 Jul 2007
          IdM
DOC-      Acting Chairman, FG   Draft Agenda for Fourth FG IdM F2F Meeting, Tokyo, 17-20 Jul 2007
142R1     IdM
DOC-143   Chairman              Draft Report: Requirements for Global Interoperable Identity Management
DOC-      Chairman              Draft Report: Requirements for Global Interoperable Identity Management
143R1
DOC-144   VeriSign              Proposed Report Titles and Terms of Reference Source Mandates
DOC-      VeriSign              Proposed Report Titles and Terms of Reference Source Mandates
144R1
DOC-145   Nortel                Use Case Gap Analysis Edits
DOC-146   VeriSign              Identity Management Developments at GSC-12, Kobe
DOC-147   VeriSign              Identity Management Developments at IETF-69, Chicago
DOC-148   VeriSign              High Level Requirements for Networked Objects
DOC-149   VeriSign              Open Geospatial Identity Management for Networking
DOC-150   AT&T                  Mutual Authentication
DOC-151   AT&T                  Editorial Comments on Use-Case Gap and Analysis V8
DOC-      AT&T                  Editorial Comments on Use-Case Gap and Analysis V8
151R1
DOC-152   Liaison SC27,         Delegation and Three Party Authentication
          VeriSign
DOC-153   Liaison SC27,         Authentication Assurance
          VeriSign
DOC-154   Huawei Technologies   Requirements of Uniform Identity Management Across Networks




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          Co., Ltd
DOC-155   Huawei Technologies      The IDM Bridging Across Networks
          Co., Ltd.
DOC-156   Softbank Telecom         A Composed Architecture Model for Network-Centric
          and National Institute
          of Informatics
DOC-157   Vice Chairman, IdM       Inter-Federation/Inter-CoT Interoperability
          FG
DOC-158   NEC Europe Ltd.          Use of IdM in IPTV
DOC-159   Editor                   Updated Use Case Gap Analysis Report (edits)
DOC-      Editor                   Updated Use Case Gap Analysis Report (edits)
159R1
DOC-160   DOD                      Editorial Comments on Figure 3, Use-Case Gap and Analysis V8
DOC-161   ETRI (Rep. of Korea)     Report of GSC12 on Identity Management
DOC-162   GSC-12 Plenary           RESOLUTION GSC-12/04: (Opening) Identity Management (New)
DOC-163   Vice Chairman, IdM       IdM Focus Group Phase 2 Proposal
          FG
DOC-164   ETRI                     IdM Example Use Case – User-Centric Identity Interchange
DOC-165   Telcordia                Use Case Gap Analysis Report: Section 6 - Integration of IdM in NGN
          Technologies
DOC-166   Living List Working      Living List of IdM Forums
          Group
DOC-167   Living List Working      Living List of Identity Management Terms
          Group
DOC-168   ETRI (Rep. of Korea)     Value Chain model of IdM
DOC-169   Acting Chairman, FG      Appendix B: Global-Scale Identity Management, InfoSec Research (IRC)
          IdM                      Council Hard Problems List
DOC-      Acting Chairman, FG      Appendix B: Global-Scale Identity Management, InfoSec Research (IRC)
169R1     IdM                      Council Hard Problems List
DOC-170   Telcordia                New FG IdM Use Case for Lawful Intercept (LI) /Lawfully Authorized
          Technologies             Electronic Surveillance (LAES)
DOC-171   JCA-NID Convener         Liaison statement to FG IdM on High Level Requirements (HLR)
DOC-172   Cequs                    Correlation of user identifiers with service, application and network (e.g.
                                   IP and MAC) identifiers
DOC-173   ANSI-BBB GSC-12          Identity Theft Prevention and Identity Management Standards Panel
DOC-174   Daidalos                 EU-project Daidalos II Summary
DOC-175   VeriSign                 End User Authentication Meta-Data with OpenID (PAPE)
DOC-176   Cequs                    Identity Layer Privacy Considerations ver 1.2
DOC-177   NEC                      IPTV Use Case
DOC-178   Acting Chairman, FG      FG IdM Tokyo Meeting Report
          IdM
DOC-179   ANSI IDSP Chair          ANSI-BBB ID Theft Standards Panel (IDSP)
DOC-180   Acting Chair, FG         Liaison Report, IPTV
          IdM
DOC-181   Acting Chair, FG         Tokyo Meeting Report
          IdM
DOC-182   Tokyo Meeting            FG-IdM Tokyo Meeting Participants
          Secretariat
DOC-000   TSB                      Live list of documents
DOC-183   Chair, Requirements      Requirements Section
          WG
DOC-      Chair, Requirements      Requirements Section
183R1     WG
DOC-184   Chair, Requirements      Table Comparing Draft Sections
          WG
DOC-185   Chair, Frameworks        Identity Management Framework
          WG
DOC-186   Acting Chair, IdM        Agenda for 3 Aug 2007 Teleconference
          FG
DOC-187   Acting Chair, IdM        IdM Focus Group Phase 2 Proposal Draft
          FG
DOC-188   Acting Chair, IdM        Agenda for 17 Aug 2007 Teleconference
          FG
DOC-189   Acting Chair, IdM        FG IdM August 3, 2007 Conference Call Report
          FG
DOC-190   Acting Chair, IdM        Contributions vs. Possible Application to FG IdM Report
          FG
DOC-191   Acting Chair, IdM        Report on activities completed and proposed
          FG
DOC-      Acting Chair, IdM        Report on activities completed and proposed




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191R1     FG
DOC-      Acting Chair, IdM      Report on activities completed and proposed
191R2     FG
DOC-      Acting Chair, IdM      Overview of deliverables
192R1     FG
DOC-193   Living List Working    Initial Report on Identity Management Ecosystem and Lexicon
          Group
DOC-      Living List Working    Initial Report on Identity Management Ecosystem and Lexicon
193R1     Group
DOC-      Living List Working    Initial Report on Identity Management Ecosystem and Lexicon
193R2     Group
DOC-      Living List Working    Initial Report on Identity Management Ecosystem and Lexicon
193R3     Group
DOC-      Living List Working    Initial Report on Identity Management Ecosystem and Lexicon
193R4     Group
DOC-194   Editor                 Initial Report on Identity Management Use Cases and Gap Analysis
DOC-      Editor                 Initial Report on Identity Management Use Cases and Gap Analysis
194R1
DOC-195   Requirements           Initial Report on Identity Management Requirements
          Working Group
DOC-      Requirements           Initial Report on Identity Management Requirements
195R1     Working Group
DOC-      Requirements           Initial Report on Identity Management Requirements
195R2     Working Group
DOC-196   Framework Editor       Initial Report on Identity Management Framework
DOC-      Framework Editor       Initial Report on Identity Management Framework
196R1
DOC-      Framework Editor       Initial Report on Identity Management Framework
196R2
DOC-      Framework Editor       Initial Report on Identity Management Framework
196R3
DOC-197   Castle Consulting      Thoughts on the relevance of ETSI’s UCI tosection 8 of ITU-T FG IdM
          Ltd                    DOC 159R1_V10
DOC-198   Acting Chair, IdM      Draft Agenda for Fifth FG IdM F2F Meeting, Cambridge/Boston 27-30
          FG                     August 2007
DOC-199   ETRI                   iDEA: iD Enabling Association
DOC-200   ETRI                   Token Transformation Use Case and Gap
DOC-201   Martin Euchner         Comments on Use case Gap analysis Report
DOC-202   Telcordia              Proposed Additions to Section 11 of Use Case and Gap Analysis Report
          Technologies
DOC-203   Telcordia              Editor’s Proposals to Address Doc 190
          Technologies
DOC-204   VeriSign, Huawei       The IdM Bridge (Broker) Use-Case
          Technologies
DOC-205   VeriSign               Open Mobile Alliance Identity Management Framework
DOC-206   NEC Corporation        Proposal to add delegation section in use-case document
DOC-207   KISA(Korea             IdM Example Use Case - Duplicated joining verification without privacy
          Information Security   exposure
          Agency)
DOC-208   Colin Wallis           Comments on draft Requirements Report
DOC-209   Smart Species Ltd      Proposed Addition to Section 11 Transparency: Notice & Access
DOC-210   IBM                    Interoperability In the New Digital Identity Infrastructure
DOC-211   Acting Chair, IdM      FG IdM August 16, 2007 Conference Call Report
          FG
DOC-212   VeriSign               Use-Case Sec. 14 Proposed Changes
DOC-      GLIIF, VeriSign        Use-Case Sec. 14 Proposed Changes
212R1
DOC-213   Acting Chair, IdM      Report of the Fifth FG IdM F2F Meeting, Cambridge/Boston 27-30
          FG                     August 2007




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