The General Services Administration (GSA) Technology Transformation Services (TTS) sought to operationalize a shared authentication platform titled Login.gov that offers citizens government-provided digital identities. The platform would serve as a response to federal directives and action plans to provide citizens with secure singular digital accounts that can be used government-wide to access participating federal agencies.
General Services Administration (GSA)
Technology Transformation Services (TTS)
The Login.gov project was in progress with U.S. Digital Services leading the effort. As the scope of the project grew–onboarding of new agencies with increased demands for new features, enhanced performance, and more stringent security requirements–Enquizit was brought in to accommodate Government requests.
In collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Enquizit is working to satisfy the technical requirements of this contract while providing a structured framework for project monitoring and controlling processes.
The core tenants of this project management plan include:
As a federal project with strict security requirements, Login.gov provides citizens with government-provided digital identities established at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Levels of Assurance (LOA) LOA3 in 800-63-3 with remote proofing. Enquizit continues to enable security and protect privacy by applying its understanding of and experience meeting the security requirements of federal agencies. Within these confines, Enquizit is defining a virtual private cloud (VPC), access control lists bound to security groups, multi-factor authentication, secure shell (SSH) access, and a public-key infrastructure, while streamlining the certification and accreditation process.
The certification and accreditation process is streamlined including achieving FISMA Moderate and progression toward achieving a FedRAMP Moderate ATO. Accelerated build and deployment of security and privacy features (CI/CD Pipeline). Additional features to enhance user experience, such as the U.S.A. Jobs (usajobs.gov) required features and subsequent integration. Speed and reliability of the website was increased. Single Sign On now works across a variety of Government agencies, such as Custom and Border Protection, in a seamless and secure manner, with additional agencies in que.
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