"The U.S. General Services Administration and the Department of
Defense on Wednesday announced that they will join the Liberty
Alliance Project, which aims to standardize Web authentication.
"The two federal agencies said they will join Liberty to
consider ways of centralizing their troves of electronic
information with a common authentication system. The GSA said it
will explore of ways to implement authentication technology across
the federal government's Web sites as part of the Bush
administration's 24-step eGovernment initiative. The administration
hopes for a common authorization and voucher system by June.
"The Defense Department said it is interested in creating a
common authentication system for its automated power, personnel,
training and financial databases..."
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