Session Topic: NSTIC.US
Convener: Daza Greenwood
Notes-taker(s): Salvatore D'Agostino
Tags for the session - technology discussed/ideas considered:
Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:
Private sector who are in the NSTIC “identity topology”
E-citizen foundation does not have an advocacy agenda
Able to create a safe harbor for dialog
Multiple sites: e.g.
• Identity Commons
Collecting the reaction in the press
Provide feedback to the NIST program office
What is the form and forum for the discussion?
Most important is the work that is being done by member organizations,
The public is not “literate” and is different than the community of identity
Practicing writing open editorials, blog can serve that purpose
Multiple conversations, need to push information out to the public.
Contextual to the US
Could NSTIC be part of the communication program?
Never tasted soup so they don’t know if its salty.
MADD analogy, I am pissed off and not going to take it any more.
Aspirin or carrot?
High powered PR firm
Equifax or PayPal have horror stories
Does it make sense to try to establish a PR budget?
What happen if NSTIC comes out next week?
Open editorial about NSTIC.
Can I sign onto this?
Why not an FAQ?
Will it accept OpenID? To walk the walk.
Hosting a public dialog?
Do we know the message or the goal here?
Generally what is the educational challenge?
Resource management scenario
Ecosystem is an interesting concept
Enabling authoritative sources to participate