The Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency has granted Everbridge authority to operate under the federal government’s assessment and authorization process for cloud offerings.
Everbridge said Monday it secured the software provider’s 16th ATO to lead the critical event management platform segment on the Federal Risk and Management Program Marketplace.
The company intends to comply with the 325 Moderate baseline controls required by the FedRAMP Program Management Office.
“Leading the FedRAMP Marketplace in authorizations within the critical event management space demonstrates both our commitment to the federal sector and to enterprise organizations around the world that demand the utmost in security and compliance,” said Mike Mostow, vice president of Everbridge’s federal business.
The Everbridge Suite of critical communication applications is part of the mass notification systems in several populous U.S. states and the national public warning systems in Australia, Iceland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Singapore and Sweden.
The U.S. Navy, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, Indian Health Services and the Railroad Retirement Board are among the public sector organizations that awarded contracts to the company.
Everbridge added it will continue to support the Department of Defense’s Joint Analytic Real-time Virtual Information Sharing System under a three-year contract from the U.S. Army