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Supporting Your Agency s Mission from Arlington to Zanzibar T-Mobile s global network keeps your agency connected securely almost everywhere, with cutting edge solutions that meet your needs. Our worldwide network spans 200 countries for voice service and 160 countries for mobile data. But T-Mobile offers more than the ability to connect globally. Our Global Corporate Access with free calling over Wi-Fi allows your mobile workers to tap into over 650,000 Wi-Fi HotSpots worldwide to extend their reach even further. Plus, T-Mobile s Persistent Communications solution combines our Wi-Fi Calling for Government with access to satellite services, so first responders or incident commanders can use their Wi-Fi-enabled phones to stay connected during an emergency. Connectivity, security, and value. That s T-Mobile. To learn more and download free white papers about T-Mobile s solutions, visit t-mobile.com/governmentsolutions, or call 1-877-690-8292 to speak to a T-Mobile representative. Coverage: Coverage not available everywhere. Abnormal Usage: Service may be slowed, suspended, terminated, or restricted for misuse, abnormal use, interference with our network or ability to provide quality service to other users, or significant roaming. See brochures and Terms and Conditions (including arbitration provision) at T-Mobile.com for additional information. T-Mobile and the magenta color are registered trademarks of Deutsche Telekom AG. 2012 T-Mobile USA, Inc. LEARN MORE AND DOWNLOAD FREE WHITE PAPERS AT T-MOBILE.COM/GOVERNMENTSOLUTIONS State ID management roadmap offered State governments seeking to create a trusted digital identity now have a road- map. The National Association of State Chief Information Of cers has offered government IT managers an analysis of processes, technologies and human resources needed to establish a frame- work for identity credentials and access management in state government. The guidance, contained in a report, "State Identity and Access Management Guidance and Roadmap," NASCIO promotes a federated approach where identi cation of the information request- er and supplier are guaranteed. This is important in an environment where phishing, scamming and identity theft are rampant, NASCIO of cials said. "States can, and should, provide a secure, auditable environment for the processing and exchange of informa- tion across the entire spectrum of state business," said Doug Robinson, execu- tive director of NASCIO. "It is essential that state governments take the initiative to ensure the integrity of the data entrusted to them and pro- vide a high level of security and privacy to citizens, customers, and partners," he said. The report is designed to help states use a digital infrastructure to securely conduct business electronically within and between other states, their busi- ness partners, and with the public, through the use of digital IDs, authenti- cation, digital signature, and encryption technologies. The primary audience for the guide- lines is the state CIO, chief information security of cer, enterprise architect and other state ICAM implementers. -- Rutrell Yasin