Attribute Bundles

The list below contains the full set of all attribute bundles that currently appear within the NIEF Attribute Registry. An attribute bundle defines a specific set of attributes from the registry. Each attribute bundle below represents a collection of attributes that has significance to a particular organization or community for its business purposes or mission.

NameDescriptionStatus
Assurance-Level-Attributes Updated Assurance Level Attributes for NIEF based on NIST 800-63-3. https://pages.nist.gov/800-63-3/ Proposed
EPIC-Partner-Attributes El Paso Intelligence Center's required attributes for determining if a user has sufficient need to access EPIC's portal. Proposed
FEMA-ICS FEMA National Incident Management System Roles. Proposed
GFIPM All attributes as originally defined by Global Federated Identity and Privilege Management (GFIPM) Metadata. Active / In Use
NIEF-ASSURE These attributes are being used by the ASSURE portal. Proposed
NIEF-Entity-Attributes These attributes are used by the NIEF Trust Fabric Registry and are asserted about organizations and system entities published within the registry. Active / In Use
NIEF-Highly-Recommended Support for the following user attributes is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, as they are required for access by two or more NIEF resources. Every NIEF IDPO SHOULD be able to assert them on behalf of its users. Updated on 7/21/2017 to add Authenticator Assurance Level, Federation Assurance Level, and Identity Assurance Level. Active / In Use
NIEF-Mandatory Support for the following user attributes is MANDATORY. Every NIEF IDPO MUST be able to assert them on behalf of its users. Note that the two proposed attributes, NIEF Identity Provider Id and NIEF Unique Subject Id, are intended to replace and supersede the GFIPM Identity Provider Id and GFIPM Federation Id, respectively. Support for these proposed attributes is required for all new NIEF IDPOs upon initial IDP system rollout. Support for these attributes by existing legacy NIEF IDPOs is optional at this time, but will become mandatory after the GFIPM Identity Provider Id and GFIPM Federation Id attributes are deprecated. Active / In Use
NIEF-Recommended Support for the following user attributes is RECOMMENDED, as they are required for access by at least one NIEF resource. Every NIEF IDPO is encouraged to be able to assert them on behalf of users. Active / In Use
Trustmark-References Attributes for referencing Trustmarks as defined by the GTRI NSTIC Trustmark Pilot: https://trustmark.gtri.gatech.edu/ Active / In Use