Smartsheet’s Cloud-Based Work Execution Platform Now Available to Gov’t Sector

Jeff Brody

Smartsheet has started to offer an Amazon Web Services-based work management technology to agencies after introducing the product at the AWS Public Sector Summit.

Smartsheet Gov is designed to help government customers manage processes, simplify workflows and automate tasks, the company said Monday.

The cloud-based platform holds an "in process" status under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program and is the only offering of its kind to reach the designation.

“We use Smartsheet to manage just about everything, from software comparisons and system requirement management to visit planning, team dashboards and training evaluations,“ said Jada Breegle, chief information officer at nonprofit Legal Services Corp.

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