The openIDL Technical Steering Committee (TSC) Reports to the Governing Board and consists of 1 representative from each Premier Member and 1 representative from each hosted software project, along with any other members the Governing Board may appoint. The mission of the TSC is to steer the technical direction for openIDL.
TSC responsibilities include:
- Create working groups focused on ongoing development of the openIDL platform, automation of statistical reporting and the development of regulatory reporting solutions, and the development of new applications that leverage the openIDL platform and data stores
- Approval and provide governance of hosted open source software project proposals from proposal to proof of concept to operational implementation or end of life.
- Developing and recommending the technical standards, operational policies and procedures, monitoring and business continuity framework for the network
The TSC meetings and discussions are open to all, please visit the openIDL wiki to see how to get involved.
Technical Steering Committee Members:
VP Membership & Solutions at AAIS
Truman leads Membership and Solutions at AAIS, engaging Members and our Community to grow and leverage the expertise, technology and resources of a modern advisory organization serving Member Insurers. AAIS is uniquely positioned as a licensed intermediary and data conduit between insurance carriers and regulators, supporting a critical function for regulated industry. Truman lead the creation of openIDL, the regulatory reporting data network that leverages blockchain technology, provides Members and Regulators data privacy, integrity and transparency and is an output of AAIS’s mission. Truman continues to serve as the lead architect for openIDL and following openIDL’s incorporation into the Linux Foundation, was elected by membership to chair the Technology Steering Committee for the project.