NSTIC Community Discussion Group Charter
- 1 Name
- 2 Purpose
- 3 Principles
- 4 Practices
- 5 Requirements of Participation and How to Join
- 6 Licenses and/or Restrictions on Usage of Work Product
- 7 Current Deliverables and Milestones
- 8 Current Meeting Schedule
- 9 Current Membership
- 10 Current Stewards Council Representative and Alternate
- 11 Current Links
- 12 Related Groups
- 13 History
NSTIC Community Discussion Group (NCDG)
On June 25th 2010, Howard Schmidt, National Cybersecurity Coordinator in the White House Executive Office of the President, announced a draft document entitled the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace or NSTIC (pronounced en-stick). This document proposes the creation of a set of standards and technology to allow citizens to more easily and securely identify themselves (e.g. logon to) various web sites including services run by government, commercial and other organizations. The NSTIC Discussion Group forms to:
- monitor the ongoing development of NSTIC beyond the initial document.
- engage the internet identity community to pool interest, information and resources about NSTIC.
- provide a means by which the internet identity community acting together might comment on and influence the future direction of NSTIC.
- Self-Organization. Enable any working group to self-organize at any time, on any scale, in any form, around any activity consistent with the Purpose and Principles.
- Transparency. Fully and transparently disclose the Purpose and Principles of each working group, any requirement of participation, and any license or restriction of usage of its work product.
- Inclusion. Conduct deliberations and make decisions by bodies and methods that reasonably represent all relevant and affected parties.
- Empowerment. Vest authority, perform functions, and use resources in the smallest or most local part that includes all relevant and affected parties.
- Collaboration. Resolve conflict without resort to economic, legal, or other duress.
- Openness. Conduct, publish, and archive communications in a manner that facilitates open and trusted interactions within and across all working groups and the public Internet.
- Dogfooding. When feasible and appropriate, employ the work product of Identity Commons working groups to facilitate the operation and interaction of Identity Commons itself.
Additional Principles for NCDG:
Discussing the topic on a mailing list.
This group is jointly Chartered by IC and the Kantara Initiative.
Requirements of Participation and How to Join
Anticipated Participants in this Discussion Group:
- Identity Providers
- Credential Service Providers
- Government Agencies
HOW DOES ONE JOIN?
Licenses and/or Restrictions on Usage of Work Product
Kantara Initiative IPR Policy: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike
Current Deliverables and Milestones
List any deliverables planned or proposed by the working group together with the current proposed schedule/milestones.
Current Meeting Schedule
List any regular calls or meetings, if any, plus any special upcoming meetings.
- Jay Unger, Independent
- Trent Adams, ISOC
- John Bradley, Protivity
- Mark Lizar, Identity Trust
HOW DOES ONE JOIN?
Current Stewards Council Representative and Alternate
List links to all Web-accessible resources, i.e., the working group's own wiki front page, website, mailing lists, or other repositories.
List any Identity Commons working group – or any other industry groups – whose work is closely related to the work of this group.
This is where the group can share about how/why the group was founded and where will be where quarterly reports will be linked to.