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QTS has received a government authorization to operate its Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas metropolitan region data center in recognition of the company’s compliance with data security requirements set by the Federal Information Security Management Act. FISMA third-party party assessment organization Coalfire conducted an audit of the colocation and data center services QTS offers through the DFW facility based on the act’s latest version, QTS […] More
Clear Government Solutions has received a provisional authority-to-operate from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program Joint Authorization Board to offer the company’ FedGRID cloud computing tool to federal agencies. The company said Tuesday that the board — which comprises officials from agencies such as the Defense Department, Department of Homeland Security and General Services Administration — awarded the JAB P-ATO after an […] More
Cloud software and services provider Virtustream has received an authorization to implement its security controls on the Interior Department's federal cloud platform. Coalfire, a third-party assessment organization, performed the evaluation and Virtustream received security documentation and security posture for complying with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, Virtustream said Thursday. “We are committed to […] More
Lockheed Martin has been designated an approved provider of community cloud computing services to federal, state and local agencies from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board, which approves cloud products and services on a governmentwide level. The board comprises of chief information officers from the General Services Administration and the departments of Homeland Security and Defense, […] More
The Federal Communications Commission is working to disable scammers from reselling lost or stolen government devices, Nextgov reports. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and law enforcement officials announced Tuesday that the wireless industry agreed to block service on mobile devices when they are reported stolen.  Industry will roll out the new process within six months and will create […] More
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