Perspecta Maintains FedRAMP 3PAO Status
Perspecta has been re-accredited to serve as a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Third Party Assessment Organization.
Citing the increasing use of FedRAMP certified services within the federal government, Mac Curtis, president and chief executive officer of Perspecta, said the accreditation validates the company’s commitment to providing customers with quality solutions. A total of 40 companies have received the accreditation, which certifies companies to help cloud service providers and government agencies comply with FedRAMP regulations, Perspecta said Thursday.
The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation, an independent accreditation body, performed the 3PAO assessment, which involved the evaluation of technical competence based on FedRAMP requirements and compliance with international standards. Perspecta received the A2LA certificate number 3825.01 as proof of its completion of the FedRAMP 3PAO requirements.
Considering Perspecta's status as one of the recipients of the original FedRAMP 3PAO accreditation, Curtis expressed commitment to continue leveraging the company’s expertise in cloud migration and cybersecurity to help federal clients achieve cloud modernization.
FedRAMP is a government-wide program that standardizes the approach to security assessment authorization and continuous monitoring of cloud-based services.
Perspecta is an information technology service management company that offers a breadth of services to U.S. government clients in defense, intelligence, civilian, health care and state and local markets.
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