OASIS Identity Metasystem Interoperability (IMI) TC

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Advancing interoperability standard for Information Cards


The Technical Committee was closed by the OASIS TC Administrator on 08 November 2016 and is no longer active.
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Participation in the OASIS IMI TC is open to all interested parties. Commercial and open source providers in the identity space, including vendors offering Web services products, telecom providers, and software architects and programmers who design Web services applications, are invited to join the IMI TC. Contact member-services@oasis-open.org for more information.


The OASIS IMI TC works to enable the use of Information Cards to universally manage personal digital identities. A Web 2.0-friendly method for shared light authentication, Information Cards let people authenticate themselves on multiple web sites without maintaining passwords for each site.

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No subcommittees have been formed for this TC.

Technical Work Produced by the Committee

Issue List for IMI TC

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