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Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Renews Clearance for Kahua

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Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Renews Clearance for Kahua

Project management software provider Kahua has renewed its Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program status after an annual audit. The certification is meant to indicate to government agencies that Kahua’s offerings provide enhanced security and monitoring capabilities.

FedRAMP is a government standard for cloud cybersecurity and risk assessment. It is meant to encourage federal agencies to adopt cloud-based services.

Chief Technology Officer Colin Whitlach said in a press release that the reassessment of Kahua’s products serves to validate that existing mechanisms and infrastructure are working as designed. He explained that agencies using the cloud to manage construction programs have cybersecurity at the “top of mind,” Kahua said Sunday.

The General Services Administration sponsored the initial authorization process up until the listing on the FedRAMP Marketplace in 2022. Kahua products support the agency on a variety of projects, including workspace construction and project management for the Public Buildings Service.

In 2020, the company announced that it passed a Service Organization Control Type 2 audit conducted by third-party accounting firm Coalfire Controls. SOC Type 2 is a cloud security standard by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants meant to signify that customer data is safely handled.

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