CORAS, part of the family of companies held by Executive 1 Holding Co., announced CORAS Federal has been prioritized by the Joint Authorization Board to pursue a Provisional Authority to Operate through the FedRAMP Connect program.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program is the U.S. government’s most rigorous security compliance framework in which a cloud service provider is assessed by an independent third party to meet the requirements set forth by the program. The goal of FedRAMP is to ensure effective, standardized and repeatable cloud security for the government.
JAB includes federal representatives from the departments of Defense and Homeland Security as well as the General Services Administration. The FedRAMP Program Management Office and JAB evaluate cloud service offerings through the FedRAMP Connect program. Each year, some cloud service offerings are prioritized for the JAB authorization process, based on demonstrated demand for these solutions across federal agencies.
“We are excited to be selected for the JAB review cycle,” said CORAS President and Chief Technology Officer Dan Naselius. “Obtaining our FedRAMP High ATO will allow CORAS to serve our customers significantly faster without the complications of managing servers themselves. Customers can be up and running within 24 hours in the CORAS Cloud.”