HHS to Adopt Unqork’s No-Code Software Development Platform
Unqork, a software development company, has entered into an agreement to provide its no-code platform to the Department of Health and Human Services.
OASH oversees the department’s major health offices and programs, advisory committees and several regional offices, according to the HHS website.
Kim Thompson, vice president of sales at Unqork, said that the company has demonstrated success in virtualizing public services for state and local government customers.
The public services include rent relief, homeowner assistance, business incorporation, health and human services and marriage licensing, according to the company’s website.
“This is a moment of tremendous opportunity to modernize core processes at all levels of government,” Thompson said.
Unqork said it received the award through a contract vehicle held by Carahsoft Technology. According to Unqork’s website, its software products are available on Carahsoft’s NASPO ValuePoint cloud solutions contract and NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V government-wide acquisition contract.
Unqork added that it has received an “In Process” designation under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management program.
FedRAMP is a government-wide program that provides a standard method for evaluating the security of cloud-based products and services.
An In Process designation entails that a cloud service provider is actively seeking higher levels of FedRAMP authorization either through the Joint Authorization Board or an agency sponsorship.
Category: Federal Civilian
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