FedRAMP Launches New Marketplace Guidance Document

Jeff Brody

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program released a new document made to guide commercial and government parties in understanding FedRAMP's cloud service offerings. The document entitled "Marketplace Guidance" contains explanations on how to achieve designations across the program and how to manage changes in initial agency partners, FedRAMP said Thursday

This new guidance entry succeeds FedRAMP's previous “Agency Authorization: Requirements for In Process Designation" document and supports the program's effort to consolidate and simplify documents. FedRAMP has over 220 industry partners and more than 250,000 marketplace visits annually. The Marketplace Guidance document is accessible via this link.

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