The Central Person Registry (CPR) is a single data store that combines and consolidates identity information currently stored in separate and non-integrated sources throughout the University.
CPR will supply a set of interfaces for managing data stored within the registry, and interfaces in development will include self-service for individuals, as well as administrative, for administering requests for service, notifications, access approvals, and managing identity data.
- Single data storage location (reduces duplicate data stores)
- Self-service interfaces for individuals and administrative units
- Interfaces for requests for service, notifications, access approval, and managing identity data
- Provides the ability to enforce compliance rules in one location
- Provides tracking of security features, such as credential strength
There is no charge for this service.
Penn State departments responsible for performing various ID functions.
Users of CPR are authorized Penn State personnel and affiliates.
Those who use CPR must be responsible for Penn State provisioning.
If you believe that you should be granted access to the CPR, then email Identity Services.
Check the Support page for information on Identity Services and IT Service desk support.