Scosta smart card specifications sheet

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FIPS 201 provides the specifications for a standard Federal smart ID card, called the PIV card, that must be used for both physical and logical access and can be used for other applications as determined by individual agencies. The PIV card is a smart card with both contact and contactless interfaces. S COSTA National Informatics Center worked along with other agencies which included academia and industry players, to evolve a complete implementable Smart Card Operating Systems Standards, which is named SCOSTA (Smart Card Operating System for Transport Application).

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SCOSTA-CL Specifications Page 4 of 42 Specifications for the Smart-Card Operating System with Contact-less Interface (SCOSTA-CL) Part I. Operating System Interface 1. Scope The purpose of this document is to provide specifications of an Operating System that may be put into an integrated circuit that provides a contact, a