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Standards Organizations

Liberty Alliance's mature specifications are heavily referenced by other standards organizations in the specifications they are developing. Here we collect information about who's doing what with Liberty Federation and Liberty Web Services.

In the chart below, please note that "Liberty Federation" is used to indicate any of the standards in the Liberty Federation family of specs (ID-FF 1.x, 2.0 and SAML 2.0).

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Organization Description Technology
3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project 3GPP Generic User Profile (GUP); Stage 3; Network references ID-WSF 1.0/1.1
3GPP TR 33.980 V7.0.0 - Interworking of Liberty Alliance Identity Federation Framework (ID-FF), Identity Web Services Framework (ID-WSF) and Generic Authentication Architecture (GAA)
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ETSI / TV-Anytime TV-Anytime Phase 2 profiles of ID-WSF 1.0 incorporated into ETSI work Liberty Federation and Liberty Web Services
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Financial Services Tech Consortium Completed a business review using SAML and Liberty and measured their usefulness against financial use cases and scenarios Liberty Federation
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ITU-T SAML 2.0 approved as ITU standard Liberty Federation
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OASIS WS-Security SAML Token Profile Defines how SAML assertions can be used as security tokens in a web service message Liberty Federation and Liberty Web Services
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OASIS XACML Profiles how SAML 2.0 messages can carry XACML policies, queries, and authorization decisions. Liberty Federation
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OASIS XRI: trusted resolution The iSSO protocol under development at XDI.org uses XRI resolution to bootstrap usage of SAML 2.0 authentication assertions for cross-domain single sign-on. Liberty Federation
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OMA Open Mobile Alliance OMA Web Services V1.0 - refers to ID-FF 1.1
OMA Web Services Network Identity V1.0 - refers to ID-FF 1.2 and ID-WSF 1.1
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Shibboleth Shibboleth standard is built on SAML and is part of convergence in SAML 2.0 Liberty Federation
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SIP Uses SAML Assertions to create communication with SIP endpoints Liberty Federation
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XDI.org i-SSO SAML-based authN and new SAML profile. Not a traditional SDO Liberty Federation
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