GFIPM.net is a resource for information about the Global Federated Identity and Privilege Management (GFIPM) program, which seeks to develop secure, scalable, and cost-effective technologies for information sharing within the law enforcement and criminal justice communities. Initiated in 2005, the GFIPM program is part of the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative. Sponsorship for GFIPM has come from the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Newcomers can learn more about the GFIPM program on the About page. For a visual map of the GFIPM work product landscape, please see the GFIPM Deliverables Landscape.
Participants in the GFIPM program have collaborated to develop a set of resources that can be used to establish and manage information-sharing federations. These resources include organizational guidelines, technical standards, implementation resources, and outreach resources.
There are several live information-sharing federations that have grown out of the GFIPM program or adopted GFIPM work products. More information about these federations, including specific GFIPM work products adopted by each, is available here.
For more information about the GFIPM program, please visit the Office of Justice Programs GFIPM Page.