Can the USPS find a future running a gov’t cloud-based authentication service?

Network World – Can the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) find a new future running a cloud-based authentication service for the government? The USPS intends to try and do just that under a three-year $15.12 million contract awarded to SecureKey Technologies today for some foundation technology to build a cloud-based authentication exchange.

While in the early stages, the USPS-managed Federal Cloud Credential Exchange (FCCX), as it’s being called, is envisioned as a way that people can use their existing online credentials to gain access to U.S. government agency online services in the future.

Read more: Can the U.S. Postal Service find a future running a gov’t cloud-based authentication service? – Network World.