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Department of Veterans Affairs Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Program Brian Epley, VA PIV Program Manager August 14, 2007.

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1 Department of Veterans Affairs Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Program Brian Epley, VA PIV Program Manager August 14, 2007

2 2 Agenda History Authentication Authorization Infrastructure Program (AAIP) Required Changes Current State and Future Goals PIV 0.5 PIV 1.0 PIV 2.0 PIV + Architecture Achievements National Deployment Schedule Resources

3 3 VA PIV History Experience - Oct 2004, VA conducted a 10-month pilot that included: Issued 1,100 cards prior to HSPD-12 Provided logical and physical access Three digital certificates Used an application process similar to the PIV process Investment - VA procured a substantial amount of resources to support earlier smart card initiative 85,000 smart cards Front-end and Back-end components (servers, workstations, printers, etc.) Business Requirement - VA’s unique operational mission requires a tailored solution Large affiliate population (80,000+) requires “OneVA” (non-PIV) cards 24-hour turn around on issuance 24/7 Help desk support

4 4 VA PIV History (Continued) Increased Return on Investment VA’s focus is to advance the use of identity and access management (IAM) across the Department Mapping of user privileges Provisioning and deprovisioning services Synchronization of data with authoritative sources Rights management with standardized Role Based Access Control (RBAC) models Management of entity profiles The IAM solution can be used to support management of veteran identities Establishing an enterprise IAM backbone within the VA will save millions of dollars

5 5 The Department of Veteran Affairs successfully complied with HSPD 12 Issued first card to PCI Manager October 20 th Issued twelve credentials to Sponsor, Registrar and Issuers between October 20 th and October 26 th Issued three ID credentials to employees October 27 th Issued 1,400+ credentials since October 27 th VA legacy cards (ActivCard Applet v.2 on Cyberflex Access 64k v.1) Provide logical and physical access Have three digital certificates Comply with topographical requirements Key Differences Does not have fingerprints loaded on the card The card stock is non-compliant VA will begin PIV National Deployment September month deployment to implement PIV Enrollment Operations Centers at approximately 225 field locations serving 1,200+ facilities across CONUS VA PIV Status

6 6 PIV 0.5 Objectives Interim FIPS-201 Compliance -Smart Cards -Authentication -Unique IDs -Digital Signature - encryption Disaster Recovery Capability PIV Architecture - Version 0.5 October 2006

7 7 PIV Architecture - Version 2.0 PIV 2.0 Objectives Full Compliance with FIPS 201 -Smart Cards -Authentication -Unique IDs -Digital Signature - encryption Disaster Recovery Capability Help Desk Establish VA Interfaces Establish Federal Enterprise Interfaces

8 8 PIV Architecture – Version 3.0 Future Enterprise Integration PIV 3.0 Objectives Integrate into VA Enterprise Architecture Establish SSO with additional enterprise applications Link authoritative data sources using IAM backbone Establish interoperability with other Shared Service Providers Add 3rd Data Center leg for load-balancing across CONUS Integrate VA PIV with GSA MSO and Federal peers

9 9 VA PIV is 1 of 4 Successful Federal HSPD-12 programs PIV is currently in production at VACO Issued 1,400+ credentials that support: Smartcard authentication Unique IDs Digital signature encryption PIV participated in OED IAM Workshop to identify duplicative requirements and enterprise solutions to meet the needs of: Active Directory VBA – Loan Guarantee Program, VIP OS&LE – Security Investigations Center (SIC) Centralized and timely adjudication VHA & VBA VHA EA Integration—SSO Achievements

10 10 Sharing data sets based on correlated Unique Identifier (UID) Active Directory PAID Combined program requirements VBA Loan Guarantee Program OneVA VIP Portal EA OneVA Portal/SSO VHA Resource collaboration e-Authentication Soft Certificate initiative DoD/CAC Enterprise Integration Achievements

11 11 Site transformation from PIV-1 “Process” to incorporate use of PIV systems to achieve HSPD-12 compliance and unified “OneVA” credentials 24-month deployment to implement PIV Enrollment Operations Centers at approximately 225 field locations serving 1,200+ facilities across US Multi-Administration collaboration to determine VISN/Region geographic sequence Based on VISN/Region site readiness Involves comprehensive 120-day preparation PIV National Deployment

12 12 Deployment Schedule

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14 14 VA PIV Intranet site: vaww.va.gov/PIVproject VA PIV PMO address: VA PIV Team members: PIV Executive Steering Committee Brian Epley, Program Manager Gloria A. Harris, Business Manager Leonard Kenon, Project Manager Maurice Claggett, Project Manager Multiple contract resources Multiple Working Groups VA PIV Resources


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