Building a shared authentication infrastructure: a matter of trust
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The Western Australian Group of University Librarians (WAGUL) was successful in obtaining a substantial grant form the Commonwealth Development Pool (CDP) to fund a major authentication project. The resulting WAGUL Authentication Project will deliver a distributed authentication infrastructure for the five Western Australian Universities. This paper describes the motivations for the project, the expected benefits and the journey itself.
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