Oracle Gets DoD Accreditation for SaaS Cloud Offering

OracleOracle has received a Defense Department Authority to Operate for its Oracle Service Cloud software-as-a-service offering under security impact Level 4 of the DoD Cloud Security Model.

The company said Tuesday Oracle Service Cloud is a customer service platform that is part of its U.S. DoD Cloud portfolio.

“[DoD] can now procure commercial cloud services in order to meet dynamic user needs, improve efficiency and drive greater productivity,” said David Vap, group vice president for applications development at Oracle.

The company noted that Oracle Service Cloud is the first of its U.S. DoD Cloud products to obtain an ATO and its Human Capital Management Cloud offering is also undergoing assessment for accreditation.

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