HSPD-12 Interagency Partnership Working Group IPWG Overview

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1. HSPD-12 Interagency Partnership Working Group (IPWG) Overview

3. Benefits of Partnership

4. Current Participation in the IPWG Agencies attending or who have requested information: DHHS, DHS, DOC, DOI, DOJ, DOL, DOT, Education, EAP, GPO, GSA, HUD, USDA, IBB, OPM, SBA, SSA, DOS, Treasury, USPS, VA, NARA, DOE Other Agencies are welcome to join the Partnership!

5. IPWG Sub-Groups Partnership Funding Methodology – Interagency Agreement Partnership Specific Technical Specifications Enrollment Issuance IDMS PIV I Roles Based Collaboration Enrollment/Issuance Location Lead Agency Lead needed for each IPWG sub-group

6. IPWG Status Charter approved 10/19/05 Share implementation hurdles PIV I roles-based model pilot - USPS Interagency Agreement in draft to support IPWG Project timeline completed Updated at last meeting Numerous documents shared Mapped Federal employee concentration Weekly Meetings

7. USPS Pilot Program Goal is partnership with Federal Agencies to support HSPD-12 PIV Identity Proofing for Enrollment (roles based- manual) Each Agency would choose approximately 10 USPS locations, nationwide, to use these services The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has decided to partner with USPS in this Pilot Program OPM has outlined the locations that they plan to use:

8. USPS / GSA IA GSA will create a non-funded IA for USPS Pilot Program Other Agencies may also become service providers The IA will: Specify the period of performance, e.g. pilot to 5 years List the services that will be provided by the service provider State GSA’s responsibilities A Financial Addendum (FA) will be created for use by customer agencies wishing to use the identity proofing services being offered. GSA will enter an IA Project Element Plan (PEP) for each FA received. Funding information will be entered into that PEP and a notice will be sent to the service provider notifying them that funds are in place and what services are required along with all PEP information required for tracking this service request. The Partnership Interagency Agreement Workflow is as follows…

9. This slides shows the workflow for the Interagency Partnerships. Under Section titled “Workflow I” it shows that GSA creates an interagency agreement (IA) with the service provider, and also that GSA creates an financial addendum (FA) for the Service Provider. Section titled “Workflow II (2)” shows that the Customer Agency requests services, the Service Provider provides FA to Customer Agency then the Customer Agency submits completed FA to GSA and lastly, GSA does the following 2 things: 1) Create Project Element Plan (PEP) for each FA received, and 2) Notify Service Provider that funds are in place and of what services are required. This slides shows the workflow for the Interagency Partnerships. Under Section titled “Workflow I” it shows that GSA creates an interagency agreement (IA) with the service provider, and also that GSA creates an financial addendum (FA) for the Service Provider. Section titled “Workflow II (2)” shows that the Customer Agency requests services, the Service Provider provides FA to Customer Agency then the Customer Agency submits completed FA to GSA and lastly, GSA does the following 2 things: 1) Create Project Element Plan (PEP) for each FA received, and 2) Notify Service Provider that funds are in place and of what services are required.

10. Service Provider provides GSA a Services Provided Notice (SPN) for payment, then Payment is rendered to the service provider. Service Provider provides services to Customer Agency, as indicated by the IA. Service Provider provides GSA a Services Provided Notice (SPN) for payment, then Payment is rendered to the service provider. Service Provider provides services to Customer Agency, as indicated by the IA.

11. Next IPWG Meeting Wednesday, November 22, 2005 (tomorrow) 10:00 – 12noon Meeting is open to all Departments and Agencies Contractors who are actively supporting a HSPD-12 implementation may attend if directed to do so by their client Agency

12. Lolie Kull 202-772-5072 (office) [email protected] Eric Stout 202 708-0614 x 6261 [email protected]

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