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1 Copyright Robert D. Losee, Dan Floyd, and Sue Ostrander This work is the intellectual property of the author. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non-commercial, educational purposes, provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproduced materials and notice is given that the copying is by permission of the author. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires written permission from the author.

2 University of Nebraska–Lincoln Making Re-carding Make Money & Progress in Security March 13 th, 2006

3 “The Way We Were” Historical Milestones Campus carded with photo ID, one card solutionConsolidated bill, all UNL billing on one monthly bill All students have an ID card Bookstore Charge program developed and launched via the “Courtesy Card”

4 Expansion of Ncard to all campus vendors NU Central Administration take interest in system-wide solution Payroll deduction for employees using Ncard Exploration of banking partnership due to external vendor requests Banking partnership finalized for $3.8M over 8 years

5 Summer 2003 –RFI & RFP developed and released Fall 2003 –Proposals mailed and submitted for review, oral presentations Winter 2004 –Notice of Award, Board of Regents approval, re-carding begins “The Fast and The Furious” Project Timeline

6 Capture images prior to end of semester 5 weeks; determined by class standing and 1st letter of last name Sent to off campus vendor to be printed Card distributed by August 1, 2004 “Psycho” Re-carding

7 Exclusivity –Storefront/Branch –ATM –Financial Aid Deposits –Charge Card Programs –Branding –Faculty/Staff Mailing List “Show me the money!” Bank Requests

8 “Great Train Robbery” Banking Revenues-What UNL Gets $3.8 million over 8 years Initial Royalty Payment$250,000 Annual Royalty Payment$300,000 ATM Fee $96,000 Rent Revenues $15,800 Recarding Costs $40,500 Card Production Costs $9,643

9 Social Security Numbers Bogus SSN Random ID’s Student information system numbers (SIS) Personnel ID Bank card number (University owned ISO) NU ID “War of the Worlds” Number to use on Card

10 Free directory software CSO has hummed along for a couple years “Back to the Future” LDAP Historical Milestones Legislature threatens use of SSN’s Review team started to determine if LDAP was wise Hacking becomes a name for the public

11 Decided LDAP was way to go and selected products Requested central administration to provide cross system ID Set up a plan and teams Began merging data into the system IdM registry and generating NU-IDs

12 One is supposed to have a champion One is supposed to have a strong organizational commitment One is supposed to have organized teams One is supposed to have a big detailed plan So how did we get to having one of the few systems to create a shared identity system? “Pulp Fiction” Right Way to Run a Big Project

13 “The Matrix” Building the Team

14 “The Bourne Identity” Creating NU ID’s

15 Employees –28,000 active –48,000 historic Students –UNL-305,000 (36,000 ID cards) –UNK-112,000 (6,000 ID cards) –UNO-247,000 About 1,500 cross campus students and 500 cross campus employees. “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” NU System Demographics

16 1.Getting rid of SSN’s 2.Having profitable partnerships 3.Become a technology leader 4.Making “Ncard, the only card you’ll need at UNL!” “Life is Beautiful” Objectives Met

17 “Animal House” Card Uses

18 Sharing identity across the campus and the system Removal of SSN’s UNK has joined in banking & re-carding Office of Identity Management “As Good as it Gets” Spreading the Benefit

19 “Yours, Mine, and Ours” Campus CCIO

20 Communicate, communicate, communicate…anytime, anyplace, anyway Invite and include…almost anyone, of interest whether they want it or not –Remember your library “Lost in Translation” Lessons

21 Don’t expect management to get excited by it –As with sewers and roads, no one gets (or wants) their name on a sewage project –Instead emphasize that new shopping malls and industries can go in once the sewers and roads are created “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” Lessons (Continued)

22 Stay loose, and exploit opportunities within the context of the ID management system –Have a core technical team working to guide the process Keep it cheap (use open source) Have campuses asking Central Administration to spend money and resources “Reality Bites” Lessons (Continued)

23 Accept limited victories as they can be powerful –Sharing only 4 fields –Let the data owners keep ownership as long as you can Set up simple solutions as you build momentum, e.g. incident distribution list –Set up someone in charge of incidents and reporting “Adaptaion” Lessons (Continued)

24 RUN UNTIL YOU ARE TACKLED! “Win one for the Gipper!”

25 Robert D Losee Dan Floyd Sue Ostrander

26 University of Nebraska–Lincoln


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