Derived credentials will let feds use smartphones for ID
August 29, 2016
Government agencies will soon be able to replace the familiar Personal Identity Verification card with a smartphone equipped with a secure chip, two vendors say.
David Stegon was a staff reporter for FedScoop and StateScoop from 2011-2014.
FedPod is FedScoop’s daily podcast highlighting the top news and events in federal government IT, hosted by David Stegon.
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On today's show we discusses the problems this week's thunderstorms have caused for the federal government, NIST opening a new cybersecurity center, Intel CTO Justin Rattner on innovation and a review of Magic Mike.