TULSA, Okla. – Cherokee Services Group is continuing its work with the United States Department of Agriculture by assisting with the design and implementation of digital services for the agency’s Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) Program.
CSG, a subsidiary of Cherokee Nation Businesses, is providing software design, development and related services to help modernize the program’s web interfaces. The tribally owned company also performs quality assurance testing and agile project management to deliver an updated and production-ready version of the USDA’s eAuthentication Service, an enterprise-wide web authentication and single sign-on platform.
The work is being performed in Fort Collins, Colorado, where CSG’s regional office is located.
The United States Department of Agriculture’s Identity, Credential and Access Management Program provides oversight and coordinates efforts to implement the processes, policies and technology necessary to deliver digital services to the department’s agencies and staff offices.
For more than a decade, Cherokee Services Group has provided federal and commercial clients with award-winning IT solutions and business support services. Wholly owned by the Cherokee Nation, CSG specializes in software and application services, network infrastructure services and business process services. Headquartered in Tulsa, Cherokee Services Group has 23 additional offices nationwide.