Identity management
Val d'Oise Departmental Council

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Identity management


The Conseil Départemental du Val d’Oise implemented an identity management solution in 2005, based on a reference directory, @NET, and an identity management application, Meibo.

Until 2012, this solution was the entry point for any declaration of a person’s movement (arrival, internal mobility, departure) and fed the Civi-RH application by creating the identity.

In 2012, the HR application was migrated to a web version, with the addition of a Job Management module. Since this change, the entry point for internal staff has become the HR application, named eCivi-RH. It was this new authoritative source that fed the @NET directory. External personnel movements (trainees, temporary staff, service providers, etc.) continue to be managed via the Meibo portal.

This solution had several drawbacks:

  • Meibo is difficult to maintain over time,
  • the interfaces created with CriticalPath were not compatible with new versions of Microsoft Active Directory,
  • Talend interfaces require specific skills,
    CriticalPath is an obsolete product.
  • the Conseil Départemental du Val d’Oise has launched a project to migrate its current solution to the Meibo People Pack product from Ilex.


Laurent Roinsard, Head of Urbanization and Production, and Christophe Mettier, Production Engineer in the Applications Architecture department at CD 95, were the main guests at this webinar. They spoke to us about the evolution of identity and access management within the department over the past 10 years.

With its sights firmly set on the future, the Val d’Oise has made innovation and the development of its employees’ skills a hallmark of the department. With the creation of a School of Management through Innovation and a teleworking charter, the Val d’Oise department combines dynamism and quality of life at work.

Every day, the Conseil départemental makes the most of its assets to develop the local economy and promote access to sustainable employment.
The Val d’Oise department employs nearly 3,600 people throughout the region, in more than 150 different professions serving the people of Val d’Oise.

The Project

In order to standardize and modernize its current identity and authorization management solution, and to guarantee the maintenance and scalability of this solution, the Val d’Oise Departmental Council decided to upgrade to Meibo People Pack.

CD95 has a number of objectives:

  • automate identity and access management processes to improve efficiency and traceability;
  • guarantee data quality and consistency to increase the responsiveness of the Conseil Départemental du Val d’Oise ;
  • establish management rules for each application, along with the corresponding roles, responsibilities and authorizations;
  • provide a single, personalized and secure gateway to the information and resources of the Conseil Départemental du Val d’Oise.

Implementation of an application/resource connection within the Val d’Oise Departmental Council’s identity and access management solution.

Why Synetis?

Having worked together for several years, we chose Synetis for its quality partnership approach, based on the trust and responsiveness of its experts, and for its expertise in identity management.



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During this session, our speakers reviewed the evolution of the department’s identity and access management strategy.

The department has come a long way in 10 years, from setting up a centralized directory to managing the lifecycle of agents and their IS rights, and implementing a single authentication system for the internal application portal.

It now has a high value-added IAM infrastructure, both for the IT team and for the department’s agents.

Supported by Synetis, the Conseil Départemental chose to use the IAM platform from
Ilex International’s IAM platform.


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