The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a draft memorandum with the goals of enhancing the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, widely known as FedRAMP. In this blog post, we will go through a brief background on FedRAMP, then dive into the details of the OMB memo, and what it means for the future of FedRAMP.
The complexity of achieving a FedRAMP status in this sea of ever-growing cloud architectures, often led us and customers to the same conclusion: new accounts! Why go through the process of updating the entirety of their current architecture, when we only need resources in the authorization boundary to be compliant?
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