AT&T gets fedRAMP certification


At&T has shown it can meet strict security standards for the cloud computing storage offerings it provides to federal agencies.

The certification is called the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) and vendors must be FedRAMP certified to complete for certain cloud contracts. The FedRAMP program announced that AT&T had been granted provisional authorization.

Before this announcement only a handful of vendors have gone through the FedRAMP certification process: Hewlett-Packard, Lockheed Martin, Amazon Web Services, CGI and Autonomic Resources.


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  1. NO WONDER WHY THE GOVT is so messed up you guys just allowed the absolute worst company on the planet to provide services to federal agencies.

    This crummy company can not even service a individual customer how in the world do you think they can service the govt.

    Are you guys more incompetent then AT&T???? Even I would find that hard to believe as this company should not even be in business

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