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The Evolving Federal Public Key Infrastructure

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Federal Public Key Infrastructure Steering Committee, The Evolving Federal Public Key Infrastructure (June 2000) (full-text).

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This report discusses the full spectrum of Federal PKI activities, from efforts by individual agencies to develop and deploy their own PKIs, to efforts by the General Services Administration and others to support interoperability of those PKIs and provide services aimed at promoting a single infrastructure for interactions with the public.

The report tells the story of substantial growth in the use of PKI by the Federal government, because of the growing maturity of PKI products and increased understanding of just how flexible the technology is — a single infrastructure supplying a spectrum of interoperable services that can meet a variety of agency security needs.

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