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Matt Goodrich: FedRAMP Launches Updated Website Designed for User Experience

Matthew Goodrich
Matt Goodrich

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program has launched a redesigned website that aims to boost user experience based on customer feedback from interviews conducted by the program, said FedRAMP Director Matt Goodrich.

Goodrich wrote Tuesday on the General Services Administration blog that the new, mobile-enabled FedRAMP.gov works to provide easy access to document templates and information on program requirements, educational opportunities and events.

The website uses tools from the DigitalGov User Experience Program, the Sites.USA.gov content management platform, CGI Federal and Akamai cloud hosting services, WordPress for mobile use and the Digital Analytics Program.

“The new FedRAMP.gov utilized… these services in the redesign, making the overall process fast (four months start to finish), inexpensive (used only existing resources) and creative (flexible development platform),” Goodrich said.

He added that FedRAMP will also hold a free online training program on FedRAMP processes and requirements in line with the new website’s launch.

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