TSCP Opens Membership

Tthe Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program opens membership eligibility to technology companies and systems integrators

August 14, 2007

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HERNDON, Va. -- In a move that reflects significant progress in the development of requirements for information-sharing among defense agencies and their providers, the Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program (TSCP) opens membership eligibility to technology companies and systems integrators.

The only government-industry partnership of its kind, the TSCP is chartered with defining the specifications for online collaboration, identity federation and digital rights management-related technologies in mission-critical environments. The TSCP’s invitation gives software developers and consultants a unique opportunity to work directly with global defense agencies and aerospace and defense companies on developing information-sharing solutions.

“We’ve built a very workable model for identifying, prioritizing and integrating the needs of multiple constituencies for the benefit of all over the past five years,” said Jeff Nigriny, outreach director of the TSCP. “The next logical step is to engage with those tasked with executing the requirements in the form of market-ready products – we’re excited to take this step and look forward to the contributions of those who share our commitment to truly protecting sensitive data on the internet.”

Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program (TSCP)

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