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Thursday, September 9, 2010
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I had the pleasure of interacting with a group of very thoughtful and smart people today as part of a session at IIW-East on the role of Government as an Identity Oracle (Attribute Provider).

It's been a rather long day, so I will follow-up another time with a blog posting on the session details, but I would be very remiss if I did not thank the folks who attended the session and made it an interesting discussion with their insights and active participation.

In no particular order, a big thank you goes out to Ian Glazer from Gartner (who did double duty as both participant and scribe), Dr. Peter Alterman from NIH, Gerry Beuchelt from MITRE, Nishant Kaushik from Oracle, Laura Hunter from Microsoft, Pam Dingle from Ping Identity and many others.

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