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FedRAMP Seeks Volunteers to Adjudicate Public Comments on Draft High Baseline

FedRAMPThe Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program is inviting interested government employees to become part of the High Baseline Tiger Team, which will examine public comments on the FedRAMP draft high baseline collected in January.

The program said the volunteer Tiger Team will submit recommendations on potential changes to the high baseline based on the commentary ahead of a second round of comments for the draft.

FedRAMP noted that it is looking for participants who work as security staff or owners of high-impact systems and are committed to attend in-person meetings at the General Services Administration headquarters from Sept. 14 to 18.

“[The process will] ensure high system owners across the [government] will have input into this baseline, which will allow cloud service providers to be authorized for use at the FISMA high-impact level,” the program said.

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