The Board will host its second public systems speaker series event on digital identity and authentication.
On Friday, March 25 at 1:15 pm EDT, Phil Lam, Executive Director of Identity at the General Services Administration, will brief the Board on the Federal government’s approach to digital identity as a shared service, including the status of login.gov. At 2:30 pm, Blake Hall, Co-Founder and CEO of ID.me, will brief the Board on the identity authentication approach currently used by the Social Security Administration.
The session will be held on Zoom for Government with live closed captioning.
The Board’s systems speaker series is an ongoing effort aimed to help educate the public about Social Security’s information technology modernization. For past presentations, visit the Board’s meetings page.
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