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RE: [AGENDA] W3C Credentials CG Call Tue, October 27, 12 noon EDT, 9 AM PDT

From: John, Anil <anil.john@hq.dhs.gov>
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 23:00:40 +0000
To: "public-credentials@w3.org" <public-credentials@w3.org>
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>Directly after the CCG meeting, the SVIP will host the Digital Wallets  
>Challenge which will use the CCG IRC channel. The event will announce the  
>three stage 1 winners. Be sure to sign up if you would like to attend  
>(https://sri-csl.regfox.com/digital-wallets-challenge ).

Thank you Heather!

I hope that you will all join us to see the video + narration of the 3 Stage 1 prize winning (US$5000 to each winner) entries + Q&A with the winners, hear from the W3C CCG Chairs channeling all things digital wallet in the community, and the government perspective on DID/VC enabled digital wallets from DHS/USCIS, U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of State. 

Details regarding this prize competition, including the use case that was demonstrated, and the judging criteria can be found @ https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/prize-competitions 

The intention of holding this event in partnership with the W3C CCG is to ensure that there is solid connection established between the 3 winners and the community of implementers of digital wallets so that your perspectives, needs and constraints will inform the upcoming Stage 2 entries from the 3 Stage 1 winners as they compete for the single Stage 2 US$10,000 grand prize.

The grand prize winner, in order to be awarded the prize, is required to provide their prize winning entry that includes a set of design artifacts including design principles, components, tokens and templates and supporting documentation (e.g., GSA’s United States Web Design provides an example) that together can be used to implement the UI experience by implementers under an open and free to use license that allows the community to re-use, re-mix, change and build upon in your own implementation.

As Heather noted, we will be using the W3C CCG IRC http://irc.w3.org/?channels=ccg in parallel w/ ZoomGov to interact with the community, enable Q&A, and build connections during the duration of the event. Looking forward to joining you for this conversation.

Best Regards,


Anil John
Technical Director, Silicon Valley Innovation Program 
Science and Technology Directorate 
US Department of Homeland Security 
Washington, DC, USA 

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