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DHS/ALL/PIA-050 DHS Trusted Identity Exchange


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Trusted Identity Exchange (TIE) is a privacy-enhancing DHS Enterprise Service that enables and manages the digital flow of identity, credential, and access-management data for DHS employees and contractors. It does so by establishing connections to various internal authoritative data sources and provides a secure, digital interface to consuming applications. A consuming application is any system that requires some form of identity, credential, and access-management data in order to grant logical or physical access. DHS is updating this Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) to discuss TIE’s expanded sharing to consuming applications outside of DHS. September 2020

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DHS/ALL/PIA-050(b) DHS Trusted Identity Exchange - September 2020 PDF 527.16 KB 09/17/2020
DHS/ALL/PIA-050(a) DHS Trusted Identity Exchange - July 2017 - Appendix Updated - October 2023 PDF 545.12 KB 07/21/2017
Last Updated: 10/24/2023
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