Information Integrity and Access
GSA’s Office of Information Integrity and Access (I2A) provides insights and solutions that enable Federal CIOs to deliver world-class IT services across government.
What We Do
To help the federal government improve service to citizens through effective and efficient management of our IT infrastructure, we operate the following lines of business:
- Develop and direct governmentwide IT initiatives through guidance, shared services and market insights;
- Coordinate with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Chief Information Officers Council (CIOC), and other federal agencies on technology policy and legislation;
- Advise federal agencies on effective acquisition and implementation of IT and digital services; and
- Lead government-wide communities of practice in areas such as website management, accessibility, infrastructure modernization and information security.
- Manage the DotGov domain registry service, which supports the government’s web presence with trusted internet transactions;
- Provide training, technical assistance and online tools to support compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, as the government’s principal advocate and coordinator for IT accessibility; and
- Monitor and report on policy compliance and best practices for Federal websites and digital services.
- Provide tools and support for identity, credential, and access management (ICAM) activities across the federal government;
- Manage the design, development and implementation of the Federal Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Architecture in the Federal PKI Shared Service Provider Program; and
- Co-chair and facilitate the interagency Federal PKI Policy Authority to uphold digital certificate standards for government-wide trusted digital identity and transactions.
IT Infrastructure Modernization
- Help federal agencies meet OMB requirements to consolidate and modernize IT infrastructure through the Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI); and
- Support initiatives to modernize IT infrastructure for small agencies, to save money and improve the Federal government’s cybersecurity posture.