Federal Public Key Infrastructure Management Authority (FPKIMA)
The Federal Public Key Infrastructure Management Authority (FPKIMA) provides trust infrastructure services to federal agencies. FPKIMA is governed under the Federal PKI Policy Authority (FPKIPA) and managed by GSA.
- Manage digital certificate policies and standards to ensure secure physical and logical access, document sharing, and communications across federal agencies and between external business partners.
- Operate the Federal PKI Trust Infrastructure, which consists of two main certification authorities (CA):
- Federal Common Policy CA (FCPCA) is the trust anchor for the Federal Government. Authorized CAs issue certificates for exclusive use by the Federal Government for federal employees and contractors, to include the PKI certificates on the Personal Identity Verification (PIV) credential.
- Federal Bridge CA (FBCA) is the PKI Bridge that enables interoperability between and among federally operated and business partner PKIs.
- FPKIMA Newsletter Winter 2021 –Volume 7, Issue 1 (PDF)
- FPKIMA Newsletter Fall 2019 – Volume 6, Issue 2 (PDF)
- FPKIMA Newsletter Winter 2019 – Volume 6, Issue 1 (PDF)
- FPKIMA Newsletter Fall 2018 – Volume 5, Issue 4 (PDF)
- FPKIMA Newsletter Summer 2018 – Volume 5, Issue 3 (PDF)
- FPKIMA Newsletter Spring 2018 – Volume 5, Issue 2 (PDF)
- FPKI Certification Authorities Audit Information
- Certification Practice Statement (CPS) for the FPKI Trust Infrastructure (PDF, May 2020) – Version 5.1
- FPKI Trust Infrastructure “HTTP.FPKI.Gov” URL Site Map (PDF, October 2020)
- FPKI Technical Working Group
- FPKIMA Enabling Trust – FPKI Overview (PDF, September 2020)
Page Reviewed/Updated: January 15, 2021