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Yes there is an LDAP Open Directory like Active Directory for creating user accounts and managing authentication.

As far as group policy, there are some things or settings that can be deployed and/or configured for users utilizing the Open Directory but it's not as granular as GP. Keep in mind that GP is great for turning on/off features globally, whereas alot of those settings are just not there to modify in the OS X GUI. Get used to shell scripting and defaults write commands if you're interested in locking down OS X machines with "policy".
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