Defense picks two for PKI

Wednesday, 16 February 2005, 12:29 PM EST

Defense Department officials selected two companies to provide digital certificate validation for the department's public-key infrastructure (PKI), a decision that some officials feel could spur a faster move to paperless e-government.

After a yearlong, worldwide pilot test, military officials chose Tumbleweed Communications and CoreStreet as the two certificate validation providers for its Identity Protection and Management Program, which includes the Common Access Card smart card program.

By Brian Robinson at FCW.

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