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Per a directive from NIH/OIT Security, e-GOS will be implementing and requiring Multifactor Authentication for all users effective 2/1/2023. Information regarding compliance with this mandate is available here.
This flyer summarizes the key points associated with using CIO-CS to acquire IT commodity products and commodity-enabling solutions.
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