The document NIST Special Publication 800-52 Guidelines for the Selection and Use of Transport Layer Security (TLS) Implementations was retired without superseding it with a newer document.
In addition there is a Network World article that mentions the requirement of Mutual Auth TLS on Government websites and the possible depreciation of TLS 1.0.
I don't have the original document to refer to, but what was so egregious in this document that required its demise? Is NIST getting ready to pull the rug from under certain configurations of TLS?
What are the implications for the federal user concerning TLS moving forward?