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The IC Enterprise Authorization Attribute Exchange between IC Attribute Services, Authorization Attribute Set v1.0 codifies the minimum set of enterprise-level authorization attributes that IC elements are expected to provide if they participate in the Intelligence Community Unified Authorization and Attribute Service (UAAS) architecture. It provides a common, consistent way to identify IC enterprise authorization attributes of IC persons produced by, stored within, or shared throughout the IC’s TS/SCI information domain.
The name, definition, cardinality, and controlled vocabulary for each attribute are defined in order to promote interoperability between UAAS-compliant attribute services established by participating IC Agencies. The set of authorization attributes described in the specification is designed for implementation within products and servers that are capable of supporting the Encrypted Mode option of the OASIS SAML V2.0 Attribute Sharing Profile for X.509 Authentication-Based Systems, Committee Specification 01.
IC Enterprise Authorization Attribute Exchange between IC Attribute Services, Authorization Attribute Set v1.0 establishes detailed requirements for enterprise-level authorization attributes that IC elements are expected to provide if they participate in the Intelligence Community Unified Authorization and Attribute Service federation. Its function is to facilitate the availability, accuracy, and standardization of these attributes across the IC TS/SCI enterprise, building a consistent basis for the exchange of this information between IC Elements.
Defining the mandatory minimum set of IC enterprise authorization attributes and values for sharing through the IC UAAS federation supports consistent and assured information sharing across the enterprise. The IC UAAS supports Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) to promote on-demand access to information and other resources by IC users and services, and reduces authorization vulnerabilities by strengthening the access control decision process.
The primary audience for this document is the implementer and/or administrator who must configure an Attribute Service to meet the requirements for participation in the IC UAAS federation. The audience for this document also includes those responsible for implementing and managing the capabilities that create, provide, modify, store, exchange, search, display, or further process IC enterprise authorization attributes.
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This CDR Specification Framework describes in greater detail the CDR Components and capabilities presented in the CDR Reference Architecture. It is meant to provide guidance in enough detail to enable interoperability among independent implementations without otherwise constraining the implementation itself. In this vein, this document describes inputs and outputs to each component in the context of the expected behavior that clarifies what is needed as inputs, outputs, and other effects that are expected to be produced. It does not, however, specify the details of the internal implementation processing.
This CDR reference architecture defines two distinct, but inter-related capabilities: Content Discovery, and Retrieval.
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