Adobe Systems has received permission through the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program‘s tailored baseline process to offer three of its cloud computing platforms to government customers.
The company said Tuesday its agency authorization to operate covers the Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise, Adobe Document Cloud and Adobe Sign, all of which were screened through the Adobe Common Controls Framework.
Public sector organizations can purchase the “low-impact” software-as-a-service platforms through the General Services Administration.
CCF allows Adobe’s offerings to comply to several security certifications and regulations such as Service Organization Control 2, International Organization for Standardization compliance and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.
The company received FedRAMP authorization for the Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Connect platforms in 2015.