Foundation / Corporation
11/30/21 5:00 PM ET
In-kind grants of software and services to USA, Canada, and International IHEs and K-12 schools to enhance institutional security. The purpose of the program is to enable institutions to provide secure access to online applications to staff and students. Grant is intended to cover costs towards licensing, hosting, professional services, and support costs associated with implementation.
Campus Consortium has partnered with QuickLaunch™ to provide the technology platform and services for the Manage Digital Identities and Enable Zero Trust Security: Digital Transformation In-Kind Grant.
The “Manage Digital Identities and Enable Zero Trust Security: Digital Transformation In-Kind Grant” is designed to give institutions the ability to provide one-click, secure access to essential applications to their students, faculty, and staff. The In-Kind Grant enables higher ed institutions to take their first step towards the “Zero Trust Security Approach” by enabling single sign-on and adaptive authentication as well as supporting the motto: “never trust, always verify”. The Grant provides awarded institutions funding to support a portion of the cost for requisite licenses and implementation services to a comprehensive Single Sign-On (SSO) and Adaptive Multi-Factor (MFA) solution.
Benefits of the Manage Digital Identities and Enable Zero Trust Security: Digital Transformation In-Kind Grant:
GrantWatch ID#: 199403
Institutions may receive up to $100,000 in software licenses, support and implementation services.
*Please note: Campus Consortium In-kind grants are offered only with their specific EdTech vendor/partners. There is no cash award to the institution, Campus Consortium provides underwriting funds that are distributed to the chosen partner on behalf of the institution. Additionally, Campus Consortium In-kind grants do not eliminate the entire cost of the solution, but significantly reduce the cost of software and services.
Up to five (5) years
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://www.campusconsortium.org/manage-digital-identities-enable-zero-trust-security-digital-transformation-in-kind-grant-organic/
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