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John Keese: Autonomic Resources Helps EconSys Gain FedRAMP OK for Cloud Product

John Keese: Autonomic Resources Helps EconSys Gain FedRAMP OK for Cloud Product - top government contractors - best government contracting event
John Keese
John Keese
John Keese

Autonomic Resources worked with Economic Systems to help the latter company obtain a provisional authority-to-operate approval from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board for a software-as-a-service platform.

EconSys used Autonomic Resources’ ARC-P cloud system as the underlying infrastructure for EconSys’ FHR Navigator SaaS offering throughout the FedRAMP assessment and authorization process, Autonomic Resources said Friday.

ARC-P works to help cloud vendors comply with FedRAMP security controls, according to Autonomic Resources.

John Keese, Autonomic Resources president and CEO, said the EconSys offering marks the second FedRAMP-certified SaaS offering to leverage ARC-P.

George Kettner, CEO of EconSys, said the FHR Navigator platform is designed to manage human resource functions at government agencies.

Concurrent Technologies Corp. utilized the ARC-P infrastructure and received FedRAMP SaaS cloud approval on Dec. 20.

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