On the heels of Kelly Olson’s promotion to head the General Services Administration’s Technology and Transformation Services (TTS) organization (LINK to yesterday’s story), the agency is setting into motion a series of leadership changes impacting its FedRAMP operation, among others. […]
During a General Services Administration (GSA) webinar on July 18, officials explained why Federal agencies should use GSA tools to move to the cloud, how agencies can utilize IT Schedule 70 to move to the cloud, and how to meet FedRAMP requirements.[…]
Matt Goodrich, FedRAMP director, and Ashley Mahan, FedRAMP evangelist, addressed industry feedback to FedRAMP’s recently released authorization boundary guidance during a webinar today.[…]
Last July, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) revamped the provisional authorization process to make life easier for cloud service providers (CSPs). The change let CSPs use a simple web form to delineate their business cases to FedRAMP’s Joint Authorization Board (JAB).[…]
The General Services Administration is working on a new approach to the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, which would allow agencies to bypass certain security requirements based on the type of data being collected.[…]
Unified Communications company collab9 is seeking to give Federal agencies both flexibility and security in communication systems through its recent FedRAMP authorization, the first of a Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) provider.
Sinking our teeth into the Precision Medicine Initiative….New FedRAMP data and an upcoming dashboard application….Free guidance from GSA on how to get to the cloud….And smoother sailing for the CIA’s restructuring.[…]