Matthew Meyer joined ICF in 2002 and has over 20 years of experience in information technology. His work has focused on systems architecture, systems integration, and software development in the identity and access management (IdAM) space. A Senior Technical Director for ICF, he currently serves as the Architecture Team Lead for the HSPD-12/FICAM program at the Social Security Administration.
Mr. Meyer is a leading subject matter expert in Public Key Infrastructure and in its application to real world operations of large enterprises. His team at SSA oversees daily operation of an HSPD-12 card management system that generates, distributes, and provisions PIV smart cards at SSA’s 1600+ sites across the country. The team then supports the mandatory usage of the smart card for both logical (network/application) access and physical access, using the public key certificates on the card. An important component of this work is custom software integration to bind the card management system to downstream identity management and access products from leading vendors (including CA, IBM, Sailpoint, HID, Lenel), and Mr. Meyer serves as a lead developer for that purpose.
Mr. Meyer is experienced with credential and authentication management products from RSA, Entrust, Intercede, and Venafi. He is an active member of the Federal PKI and ICAM community, and helps his clients stay up-to-date with the latest developments in FPKI and NIST requirements. Mr. Meyer holds a B.S. in Physics from Loyola University of Maryland.