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Draft Special Publication 800-157, Guidelines for Derived Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credentials and Draft NIST Interagency Report 7981, Mobile, PIV, and Authentication, are now available
March 07, 2014

#1 NIST announces release of Draft Special Publication (SP) 800-157Guidelines for Derived Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Credentials, for public comment. Draft SP 800-157 defines a technical specification for implementing and deploying derived PIV credentials on mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets. The goal of the derived PIV credential is to provide PIV-enabled authentication services from mobile devices to authenticate to remote systems. 
Please submit comments to with “Comments on Draft SP 800-157” in the subject line 
NIST requests comments to Draft Special Publication 800-157 by 5:00pm EDT on April 21, 2014

#2 NIST announces release of Draft NIST IR 7981Mobile, PIV, and Authentication for public comment. NIST IR 7981 analysis and summarizes various current and near-term options for remote authentication with mobile devices that leverage both the investment in the PIV infrastructure and the unique security capabilities of mobile devices. 
Please submit comments on Draft NIST IR 7981 using the NIST IR 7981 comment template form (Excel spreadsheet) to with "Comments on Draft NIST IR 7981" in the subject line. 
NIST requests comments on Draft NIST IR 7981 by 5:00pm EDT on April 21, 2014.

Created December 21, 2016, Updated June 22, 2020