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Business Models, Liability and Governance of Internet Identity

One of the key takeaways from the last board meeting was that the Open Identity Exchange (OIX) should take every opportunity to help inform and advance conversations about Internet identity with a focus on governance, liability [...]

From Aspirations to Advancing NSTIC

When I was first invited to join the Open Identity Exchange (OIX) Advisory Board, it was a welcome surprise to see several names on the board who I’ve come to know and respect from our [...]

Commitment: “More Like the Pig Than the Chicken.”

During my recent visit to London for the OpenID Workshop, I was invited to present the mission of the Open Identity Exchange (OIX) to the programme board and a group of industry stakeholders of the [...]

Jumpstarting the Internet Identity Ecosystem

I accepted an invitation from the Center for Identity at the University of Texas to participate in an upcoming panel at ID360: The Global Forum on Identity entitled, "The NSTIC Difference for Individuals, Businesses and [...]

When You Build a Bridge from Both Sides

Don Thibeau sent me an article this week from John Battelle's Searchblog entitled, "What Doesn’t the Valley Understand About Washington?" Answering that question is a large part of what comprises my work at McBee Strategic, [...]

Productive Collaborations Essential for Achieving Identity Management Initiatives

The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) recently hosted a two-day member workshop with several representatives from the United Kingdom’s Government Digital Service (GDS), a Cabinet Office in the Home Office. The representatives are responsible for creating [...]