IDESG Newsletter #4

IDESG 3rd Plenary in Phoenix - What You Need to Know

EVENT PAGE: www.idecosystem.org/3rdPlenary

AGENDA: www.idecosystem.org/agenda

REMOTE ACCESS: www.idecosystem.org/remote

  1. From Vision to RealityWe must now focus on identifying and prioritizing the components of the identity ecosystem framework and developing a work plan to make the vision a reality.
  2. Daily Agenda. The agenda for each day is designed to help identify and prioritize the components of the identity ecosystem framework  and developing a work plan to make the vision a reality.
  3. The Plenary WILL Be Televised. The general sessions of the Plenary meeting will be live streamed and remote access will be available to virtual participants. *All participants should be aware that their comments and/or image may be broadcast to the virtual audience.
  4. Additional Committees Meetings Planned. Tuesday morning, the Standards Coordination Committee, Financial Committee, Security Committee, and Special Committee on Governance will all conduct regular committee meetings. A special meeting will also be held Tuesday morning with the Nym Rights group and the Privacy Committee.
  5. Optional Applicant's Networking Session. The NIST National Program Office will hold an informational session for potential NSTIC grant applicants (live stream available for remote participants) prior to the start of the Plenary on Tuesday morning.
  6. BYOL: Lunch will not be provided. Order your lunch in advance from one of the local restaurants within walking distance of the Phoenix Convention Center, for a smooth (and quick!) lunch break.
  7. Post-Plenary: Joint Management Council and Chairs Meeting. Committee Chairs are invited to meet jointly with the Management Council on February 7 from 1- 4 p.m. (MST). This meeting will occur after the Plenary meeting has ended.
  8. Upcoming Elections: Requirements and Reminders. Signed Membership Agreements are due by February 14, 2013. Only Members with agreements in place will be eligible to vote in the upcoming (March-April) elections of at-large officers and Management Council Delegates.
  9. Get Social: Comedy and a Concert. Learn more about optional social gatherings for in-person participants.

Anticipated Outcomes

The six planned outcomes of this Plenary meeting are critical for moving the work forward:anticipated

  1. Harmonize and socialize understanding of a model for the IEF and components;
  2. Build high-level Plenary work plans based on Committee input;
  3. Build Committee-specific work plans;
  4. Ensure all work plans address the NSTIC strategy and the identity ecosystem key attributes identified at the 2nd Plenary;
  5. Develop a plan to address any work plan gaps, inconsistencies, or redundancies; and
  6. Approve any Committee charters that are ready.

Day 1 - Tuesday, February 5

  • Led by Bob Blakley (Citigroup), Plenary Chair, Brett McDowell (PayPal), Management Council Chair, and Jeremy Grant (NSTIC NPO), Management Council Vice Chair. day1
  • Mr. Blakley will present a synthesis and skeleton framework based on work previously done in committee and at Plenary 2 held in Washington, DC last year.
  • Using this facilitation framework informed by the strategic goals for the IDESG in 2013-2014 from Brett McDowell, the participants will be asked to engage in table discussions identifying and prioritizing IE framework components.
  • In-person participants will work at their tables while remote participants will be able to select from any of the virtual table discussions set up with access information posted online. Working together as a group each table or virtual table will select priorities for some example components and identify what else needs to be part of the IEF using an online form. These will be compiled, reported to the full group, and form the basis for a discussion aimed at outcome #1 to harmonize and socialize an understanding of the model for the IEF and components.

Day 2 - Wednesday, February 6

  • The second day of the plenary will begin with a high level overview of committee charters and work plans with a charge to the committees from Bob Blakley and Brett McDowell. day2
  • In response to feedback from the last Plenary meeting, no more than six of the 12 committees will meet at one time. Each committee has been asked to conduct work planning and be prepared to report back to the full Plenary using a template for discussion. The template covers some key questions:
  1. As you begin work planning think strategically about what the first IDESG accomplishments should be. What should the first and second press releases from IDESG and what should they say about our accomplishments?
  2. Report on your Committee Work Plans including Deliverables solely for this Committee. 
  3. Provide a Deliverables List and identify what Committees have shared responsibility with your committee and what committees have a contributory role with your committee.
  • The Wednesday lunch break offers a chance to participate in informal discussions on topics identified by participants in "Birds of a Feather" discussion groups. To suggest topics for these groups in advance, please go tohttps://adobeformscentral.com/?f=CP1geQJdhVTLgBtlzfWZBA and propose your ideas. Topics will be solicited onsite as well.
  • Only 14 discussion groups will be available because of space limitations.
  • Once list of topics and remote access information is final, it will be posted online.
  • After each committee breakout session (one in the morning and one in the afternoon), the Plenary will come together as a whole to hear the report outs from the Committee chairs about their discussions, answers to their template questions, and specific Committee Work Plans.
  • In addition to the committee report outs, the Plenary will work to identify gaps in the committee work plans, redundancies, and key attributes not yet addressed. 

Day 3 - Thursday, February 7

  • The third and final day of the Plenary will require attention to some key work items: day3
    • The Privacy Committee will present to the full plenary the Privacy Evaluation Methodology.
    • The Standards Committee will present information on their developing work on Use Case Development.
  • Both presentations will be to the full Plenary and include some interaction and group discussion.
  • Bob Blakley will lead the IDESG in identifying:
    • Where committee and Plenary work plans can proceed;
    • Where work plan activities will require further resolution or modification;
    • Potential plans to address redundancies and gaps in work plans; and
    • Any needed resources.
  • The final session will address open business including the consensus approval of committee charters and proposed ombudsman complaint procedures.

Live Streaming and Remote Access to All Sessions

The general sessions of the Plenary 3 meeting will all be livestreamed to the Internet. livestreamAll participants should be aware that their comments and/or image may be broadcast to a wide audience as part of the videostreaming of the sessions. All breakout sessions are also available for remote access. https://www.idecosystem.org/remote. The agenda provides information on room assignments which also corresponds to the remote access information. Conference call lines are assigned to every session. In addition Joinme.com webpages have been assigned to share visual information in breakout sessions. Soaphub websites have been assigned to facilitate chat and hand raising in breakout sessions. None of the breakout sessions will be videotaped however.

 

Committees Meeting Prior to Plenary Start

Prior to this special networking session, some committees will conduct regular business meetings. committeesThose are listed on the website and the agendas are posted to the group calendars located under the events tab of the website. Specific meetings are being held by the Standards Coordination Committee, Financial Committee, Security Committee, and Special Committee on Governance.  A special meeting will also be held in the morning with the Nym Rights group and the Privacy Committee. 

 

Optional Applicant's Networking Session

On Tuesday morning (February 5), the NIST National Program Office will hold an Informational Session for Potential Applicants for NSTIC Grants. nsticThis session will be live streamed and accessible by remote participants.

 

BYOL - Order Your Lunch in Advance for all Three Days

No lunches will be provided any day of this event. lunchTherefore, you are strongly encouraged to order your lunch in advance from one of the local restaurants within walking distance of the Phoenix Convention Center. Follow the link for a list of options:http://www.idecosystem.org/lunch.  

 

Even though the Birds of a Feather discussion groups will be held over the lunch on Wednesday, you must still order your own lunch. You will also be responsible for picking it up or arranging for your lunch pickup. 

 

Federal grant rules prohibit grant funds from being used to pay for any food or beverage costs and none of the lunches have been sponsored. 

 

Joint Management Council and Chairs Meeting

Committee Chairs are invited to meet jointly with the Management Council on February 7 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. (MST). mgmtThis meeting will occur after the Plenary meeting has ended.  View meeting agenda and access information.

 

Upcoming Elections: Requirements to Vote and Run for Office

of a new Membership Agreement. electionsThe member representative must sign and return the membership agreement by February 14, 2013 at 11:59:59 PST in order to continue as a member in good standing.

 

Current members will be eligible to participate in the upcoming meeting in Phoenix, and participate in any other interim business of the IDESG, however, current membership status will lapse on February 14 unless the Membership Agreement is received by that date.

 

To vote in the upcoming (March-April) elections of at-large officers and Management Council Delegates, you must sign the Membership Agreement by the February 14th deadline. The deadline is the same for new members (those who currently are not members or interim members).

 

Though new members do not need to sign the membership agreement in order to qualify to attend the 3rd Plenary (the meeting is open and anyone can attend by registering for the meeting), new members (those who currently are not members or interim members) must sign the Membership Agreement by January 31, 2013 in order to vote in the Plenary meeting on February 5-7.

 

Eligibility to vote is based on the Rules of Association section 3.4.2 which requires members to have signed the membership agreement by the time the Call for Candidates is released which will be on February 15, 2013. Eligibility to run for office is governed by section 3.4.5 which requires that candidates must be eligible when the ballot is prepared. In the upcoming election process the ballots will be prepared by February 25, 2013 requiring signed membership agreements by that date.  Voting Members signing after February 14 but before February 25 may run for office but cannot vote in the elections.

 

If you have any questions please contact administrator@idecosystem.org

 

Social Events

  • Tuesday night, February 5. socialJoin your colleagues for a social gathering at Copper Blues at 5:30 p.m. (or at the end of the Day 1 session). Copper Blues features live music and an open mic standup comedy event. There will be a designated area of the patio for the IDESG group. Wear your name badge for easy identification. Happy hour specials of food and drinks are available from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Cash bar.  Location: Copper Blues: 50 W Jefferson St #200, Phoenix, Ariz.