Smartsheet Gov Now Available on AWS Marketplace

Gene Farrell
Gene Farrell

Smartsheet, a provider of enterprise management platforms, is now fully offering a government-tailored version of its product on the Amazon Web Services marketplace.

The Smartsheet Gov platform works to help agencies and other federal entities manage, scale and categorize programs as well as monitor resources, Smartsheet said Friday.

Gene Farrell, chief product officer at Smartsheet, said the platform addresses the government's need to modernize processes and workflows.

Smartsheet Gov has also achieved a provisional authority to operate under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, an effort to standardize the security of cloud products used by the federal government.

The platform became generally available in June, and achieved a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program provisional authority to operate in August.

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