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PJM OASIS Public Key Infrastructure and ExSchedule compliance is now effective

In February 2020, FERC issues an order to comply with NAEBS 3.2 changes. As part of this compliance PJM market participants were required to implement secure public key infrastructure (PKI) access to the OASIS system and E-Tagging (ExSchedule) applications. These changes affect all PJM tools that are part of a

single sign on and that have browserless APIs.

Users should have opted-in from the PJM Account Manager by requesting access to “Certificate Based Authentication Opt-In” role during the opt-in period. Adapt2 has been working with clients to ensure this transition is seamless for it’s mandatory migration date of May 4, 2021.

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