Technology

The Evolution of FedRAMP

The Evolution of FedRAMP

We asked. You talked. We’re responding.

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As we approached our fourth year of helping agencies secure the cloud solutions they use, we here at FedRAMP undertook a comprehensive outreach effort to learn as much as possible about how we’re meeting your needs. In response to your...
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The Agile BPA is ready to launch

The Agile BPA is ready to launch

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Editor‘s Note: The following post originally ran on the 18F Blog. Read the original post here. Today, we’re pleased to officially say that Pool Three of the Agile Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) is . Although we announced the awardees earlier this year, there were multiple...
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GSA Launches Online Gallery of Public Art

GSA Launches Online Gallery of Public Art

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By Ann P. Kalayil, Regional Administrator, and Jennifer Gibson, Director, Art in Architecture and Fine Arts GSA owns of one of our nation’s oldest and largest public art collections with over 26,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, new media, and more. For...
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The First .gov Domains Hardcoded Into Your Browser as All-HTTPS

The First .gov Domains Hardcoded Into Your Browser as All-HTTPS

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Every .gov website, no matter how small, should give its visitors a secure, private connection. Plain HTTP (http://) connections are neither secure nor private, and can be easily intercepted and impersonated. In today’s web browsers, the best and easiest way...
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Announcing the U.S. Public Participation Playbook

Announcing the U.S. Public Participation Playbook

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Today, the Administration is proud to launch the first U.S. Public Participation Playbook—a resource built through open collaboration among government, civic partners, small businesses, and the public to help give people a stronger voice in government decision making Identifying best...
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