Dynamic Authorization Management

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, May 12, 2016 TIME: 12:00-13:00 LOCATION: AMMERSEE I


UK local authorities are moving to digital service delivery to improve customer service and make significant cost savings. Identity assurance and attribute provision are key tools to unlock the full potential of digital and transform the way services are delivered to citizens.

This presentation will show how UK local and central government are collaborating to develop effective ways of sharing personal data attributes to make public services more streamlined and easier for citizens to use.

Taking Warwickshire County Council as a case study, the presentation will show how a typical local government service - applying for a parking permit for the disabled (a Blue Badge) - can be delivered in minutes rather than weeks using identity assurance and attribute provision. The presentation will conclude by looking forward to the future of citizen services and the huge cost savings associated with such a programme, both in the public and private sectors.

The presentation will cover:

  • some key capabilities required to deliver complex services online;
  • how attribute provision delivers those capabilities;
  • building trust between customers and organisations when sharing data;
  • a case study from Warwickshire County Council;
  • the wider potential of attribute provision to transform local and central government citizen services;
  • how attribute exchange could develop in the private sector;
  • how attribute exchange aligns with the wider UK Government IT Strategy.


Ian Litton is the Commissioning Lead at Warwickshire County Council. He has fulfilled a number of different roles at WCC, from systems development through to strategy development. He was the WCC e-Government Project Manager from 2000 to 2006 with a remit to transform the delivery of services...

As the enterprise Identity landscape becomes more complex, it's important to centralize the authentication and authorization functionality around a core set of APIs and services. User experience benefits as a single set of authentication credentials and policies can be applied across multiple enterprise products. As many of these products move to mobile based applications, the need for long term authorization grows and the policies around session management change. This talk will explore AOL's path of moving from an internal application specific SSO mechanism to one based on OpenID Connect and OAuth2.

Key Takeaways:

1. Identity standards are applicable within the enterprise
2. Impacts of a mobile first strategy on enterprise infrastructure
3. Dealing with pseudo-multi-tenancy


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