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Matthew Goodrich: FedRAMP to Work on Compliance, Authorizations, Guidance

Matthew Goodrich
Matthew Goodrich

Matthew Goodrich, acting Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program director at the General Services Administration, says that FedRAMP will focus on customer engagement, documentation and stakeholder education over the next two years, FCW reported Monday.

He said in an interview with Mark Rockwell that the upcoming two-year FedRAMP road map aims to continue work on facilitating process efficiencies, communicating with agencies on authorizations and encouraging compliance.

“There’s always room for growth, and we’re excited to continue on the path that we’ve made,” Goodrich told the publication.

Goodrich noted that over the program’s nearly three years of operations, he has seen increased adoption of authorized systems and a bolstered belief in cloud security.

He said that his team continues to work with agencies and publish guidance to address concerns about process bottlenecks and culture change.

They are also helping cloud service providers go through a more efficient process of assessment and authorization, the report said.

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