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Looking for a better way to manage access to resources (on-prem or in the cloud)? Working on supporting collaboration within or outside or your organization and need some help? Need an easier way to update access when individuals change status or roles (at scale!)?  

The InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP) can help. Through the CSP, participants come together to solve common challenges using the community-developed, standards-based software and services that comprise the InCommon Trusted Access Platform. Get just-in-time help from just-the-right person, whether it’s a developer, community implementer, or subject matter expert. 

You’ll work with others on one (or more) common identity and access management challenges, have access to subject-matter experts and program alumni and participate in training opportunities

Whether you are starting to brainstorm your lAM roadmap and how the Trusted Access Platform may fit in –  or you’re ready to move your implementation plans forward – we have you covered with the CSP. 

Program alumni have leveraged the CSP to help inform, build, and standardize their long-term IAM architecture and design. Others took the plunge from the get-go and made headway moving their implementation plans forward. 

Benefits Tailored to Your Plans

A few program benefits include:

  • An IAM assessment with tailored recommendations
  • A hosted workbench to model your plans
  • Registrations for InCommon software training and the CAMP series
  • Priority access and office hours with InCommon developers and community experts 
  • DevOps workshops

Interested? We’re looking for 10 or more organizations to collaborate in this fee-based program. If you would like more information, please complete this form by July 23rd. (This is not a firm commitment; we’ll ask for that later.) We will follow up with you about your plans and fit for the program. 

Please visit our website for more details, including a timeline, or email training@incommon.org.